Mornington trainer Dean Binaisse is cautiously optimistic about injury-prone galloper Carnero making a fist of his return to the race track after a 2-1/2 year absence.
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Stradbroke Handicap ambitions will go on the line for Pureness in the Listed Scone Cup on Friday.
Trainer John McNair believes the barrier draw has tipped the scales against his star sprinter Hay List ending the unbeaten run of Black Caviar in the Group One BTC Cup at Doomben.
Racing Victoriaâ€™s (RV) international recruitment campaign for the 2011 Spring Racing Carnival gathers further momentum this week when RVâ€™s recruiter Leigh Jordon heads to Asia on Sunday.
Last start place-getter in The Lord Mayor’s Cup at Canterbury last Saturday has shown Mr Clangtastic has overcome adversity in what was an injury that was to put an end to his career back in February 2010.
Trainer Robbie Griffiths will rely on Happy Glen breaking a run of outs in Saturday’s All Victorian Sprint Series at Caulfield.
Lindsay Park Stud, an iconic Australian thoroughbred nursery, has figured in a change of name.
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Trainer Mike Moroney is hopeful Viking Hero and Quarterbar can further strengthen the stable’s fortunes for the winter staying races at Doomben on Saturday.
Talented filly Heidilicious will continue her build up to the Queensland Oaks when she goes for back-to-back wins at Sandown on Wednesday.
The breeding barn beckons for Palacio De Cristal but Grahame Begg is hoping for more stakes success with the talented mare before her retirement.
Hay List may have to undergo a special veterinary inspection before being cleared to run against Black Caviar in the Group One BTC Cup at Doomben on Saturday.
Talented three-year-old Squamosa will have an exhibition gallop at Randwick on Wednesday but is unlikely to tackle the Group One Stradbroke Handicap next month.
As Australia prepares for another serve of Black Caviar at Doomben on Saturday, the team that will oppose her when she eventually makes her international debut is gathering 6,000 kilometres away.