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  • Mosheen impresses in Cranbourne trial

    Star filly Mosheen provided reassurance to her trainer and a warning to her rivals when she made her public reappearance at Monday’s Cranbourne trials. Mosheen wasn’t asked to do a lot by jockey Danny Nikolic to finish third in an 800m heat on a bog track, but it was enough… Read More »

     
  • Australian 2YO crown goes down to the wire

    The trainer who wins the most two-year-old events for the Australian racing season will hinge on the results of races at Geelong and Kembla Grange on Tuesday. Three trainers – John Thompson, Peter Snowden and Gai Waterhouse – are vying for the honour as the 2011-2012 season draws to a… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Falls entered for Moonee Valley

    Group One winner Eagle Falls heads the field for the 1000-metre sprint at Moonee Valley on Saturday as trainer David Hayes continues his quest for a dry track for the gelding. The 2011 Oakleigh Plate winner’s return to racing has been delayed twice due to wet tracks in Melbourne and… Read More »

     
  • Bashboy wins Grand National

    The choices are hemispheres apart for trainer Ciaron Maher following Bashboy’s stunning win in Sunday’s Grand National Steeplechase at Sandown. But they are equally attractive. Bashboy ($1.55 fav) won Australia’s premier steeplechase and his fifth jumps race from only six starts over obstacles by seven lengths, confirming Maher’s opinion that… Read More »

     
  • Red Dynamite looms as spring prospect

    She’s A Fox and Urquidez were impressive two-year-old winners at Warwick Farm on Saturday but 24 hours earlier another youngster stamped himself as a spring prospect at a country track. Rosehill trainer Tim Martin chose a low-key debut at Goulburn for rising three-year-old Red Dynamite but he will now step… Read More »

     
  • Southern Speed to have public gallop

    Caulfield Cup winner Southern Speed will take the first public steps towards her defence of the title with a gallop between races at Morphettville on Saturday. The mare is trained on the Adelaide track but trainer Leon Macdonald says the raceday atmosphere will help perk her up ahead of a… Read More »

     
  • Zaman wins Houlahan Hurdle

    In a sport that is a largely for the traditionalists, the win of Zaman in the $100,000 JJ Houlahan Hurdle (3400m) at Sandown on Sunday was one for the most traditional of traditionalists. Zaman is co-trained by Fran Houlahan, a jumps racing stalwart and the daughter of a legend of… Read More »

     
  • Low-key spring for Risk Aversion

    Queensland mare Risk Aversion will make a cameo appearance during the Sydney spring carnival but more ambitious goals await her in the autumn. Trainer Mick Lakey does not want to over-burden Risk Aversion during the spring but has confirmed she will make a brief appearance in Sydney towards the latter… Read More »

     
  • Schofield happy with Manawanui

    Glyn Schofield has heard the talk about last spring’s three-year-old form around Manawanui but isn’t buying into it as he prepares to reunite with the Group One winner. Manawanui won the Golden Rose last year and staged an epic duel with Helmet when a close second in the Caulfield Guineas…. Read More »

     
  • Nolen and Moody celebrate 600th win

    A winning treble at Caulfield has sealed the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership for Luke Nolen and taken his partnership with leading trainer Peter Moody to new heights. Nolen’s final winner of the day, Club Command, was the 600th he has ridden for Moody who celebrated the milestone in Formula One style… Read More »

     
  • Spinnawitch makes it a double for Austin

    An injury-plagued mare and an impressive young colt made it an afternoon trainer Jarrod Austin will never forget at Warwick Farm on Saturday. Austin celebrated a breakthrough day in his career as comeback mare Spinnawitch ($5.50) brought up the trainer’s first stakes victory as well as a first winning double,… Read More »

     
  • Goondiwindi mayor celebrates with Moody

    One of the most important people in Goondiwindi became one of the more significant characters in Melbourne racing when Ready To Rip won the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. Graeme Scheu is the mayor of the southern Queensland town, he’s a bookmaker, he runs the Goondiwindi Racing… Read More »

     
  • Rejuvenated Bold Glance set for Epsom

    Group One placegetter Bold Glance has cheated retirement and is Epsom Handicap-bound after winning at Doomben on Saturday. Trainer Norm Hilton has encountered a host of problems with Bold Glance since he finished third to Sacred Choice in last year’s Group One Doncaster Mile at Randwick. “He put in a… Read More »

     
  • Glen Colless cleared of serious injury

    Leading jockey Glen Colless has severe bruising but X-rays have cleared him of a broken leg after a barrier mishap at Doomben on Saturday. Colless was in agony after his right leg was jammed against the barriers when his mount Vital Organ tried to burrow under the gates at the… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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