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  • King’s A Star trainer surprised at odds

    Trainer Mark Loft received a pleasant surprise when the bookies offered him $26 about his horse King’s A Star when it won the Latrobe Cup at Traralgon last month. And he’s similarly impressed by the generous price on offer in Saturday’s Piping Lane Handicap (2000m) at Flemington. “I couldn’t believe… Read More »

     
  • Kelso eyes Sydney campaign for Xanadu

    Matamata trainer Ken Kelso hopes the Telegraph Handicap at Trentham will be the springboard to a Sydney campaign in autumn for his class mare Xanadu. The Group One 1200m sprint will be the first race for the Elusive City four-year-old since October, when she finished fourth in the Hastings Spring… Read More »

     
  • Ocean Park set to trial at Ellerslie

    New Zealand galloper Ocean Park is set to make his first public appearance at the start of an ambitious international campaign in Auckland on the day of New Zealand’s richest race. Ocean Park, winner of the Cox Plate, will have an exhibition gallop between races at Ellerslie on January 27,… Read More »

     
  • Lyons wants to uphold family tradition

    It’s not surprising James Lyons has found his niche in racing given a rich family heritage. Lyons is the grandson of riding legend Billy Cook, who won two Melbourne Cups aboard Skipton and Rainbird and was buried wearing the racing silks of Carioca, who won a Sydney Cup in 1953…. Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar to gallop at Caulfield

    Black Caviar’s fitness levels will be put to the test in a raceday gallop at Caulfield on February 2. Trainer Peter Moody and co-owner Neil Werrett have dismissed a report the unbeaten champion is many kilograms overweight ahead of her return in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington which has been… Read More »

     
  • Derby winner to kick off in Melbourne

    Victoria Derby winner Fiveandahalfstar will do his early autumn racing in Melbourne with the Australian Cup a likely target. The gelding made his first public appearance since the Derby at Thursday’s Randwick barrier trials and pleased trainer Anthony Cummings with his fourth in a 740m heat. “He wasn’t out to… Read More »

     
  • All Too Hard nearing return

    he Group One Orr Stakes is among the options for the return of Cox Plate runner-up All Too Hard. Trainer John Hawkes said the three-year-old would have a jump-out in the coming weeks ahead of his resumption in Melbourne. The Listed Manfred Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on February 2 and… Read More »

     
  • Queensland trainer makes Classic journey

    A quest to track down the first foal of a mare he trained has led Harold Norman on a surprising journey to Saturday’s Inglis Classic. The Gold Coast-based Norman arrived in Sydney on Wednesday with his $22,000 yearling buy Cannyzing. Norman’s path to the Classic began several years ago with… Read More »

     
  • Devil Woman aiming to break through

    A filly at the start of her career and an accomplished stayer with a future over the jumps will book-end Colin and Cindy Alderson’s Flemington team on Saturday. The father-daughter training partnership is hoping race experience will work to the advantage of two-year-old Devil Woman when she chases her first… Read More »

     
  • Winter plans on agenda for Indubious

    It’s the middle of summer but Sunshine Coast trainer Len Treloar is already thinking of winter. Not for relief from the scorching temperatures but to plan a carnival campaign for his talented three-year-old Indubious beyond Saturday’s Channel Seven Handicap (1200m) at Eagle Farm. “This race will give us an indication… Read More »

     
  • Trainer fined $10,000 for positive swab

    Eagle Farm trainer Jeff Caught has been fined $10,000 following a positive swab inquiry. Caught pleaded guilty to administering the banned substance ethacrynic acid to Soft Angel the day before the mare won at Ipswich on November 9. A post-race urine sample taken from Soft Angel tested positive to the… Read More »

     
  • Punters have day to forget at Wyong

    It was a frustrating afternoon for punters at Wyong on Wednesday but no so for Christian Reith who took riding honours with a treble. Reith notched his three wins in successive races aboard the Kris Lees-trained Gold Epona ($4), the Chris Waller-trained Forever Crazy ($4.40) and Tunes ($6) for Darley… Read More »

     
  • Anthony Freedman has Karaka Million double in mind

    Trainer Anthony Freedman is considering a return assault on New Zealand’s richest race with the promising two-year-old Minaj. Freedman got a good idea of what it takes to win the $NZ1 million Karaka Million when he claimed it as his first attempt with Ockham’s Razor last year. And he believes… Read More »

     
  • McEvoy to make the difference in Melbourne

    The Peter Snowden stable will make the most of the temporary relocation of its Sydney stable jockey Kerrin McEvoy to Melbourne as it attempts to sort out autumn prospects. McEvoy will test a selection of the stable’s southern-based two-year-olds in jump outs at Flemington on Friday ahead of next month’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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