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  • Black Caviar’s sister on show

    The newest member of the Helsinge dynasty made her first public appearance on Thursday ahead of her much-anticipated auction at the Easter Yearling Sale in Sydney. The Redoute’s Choice half-sister to champion mare Black Caviar, three-time winner Moshe and emerging star All Too Hard, was paraded at the William Inglis… Read More »

     
  • Sisters to strike in two states

    A couple of hours before her elder sister bids for a million dollar payday at Rosehill, Southern Strike will face the toughest test of her fledgling career at Caulfield. The two-year-old half-sister and stablemate to Caulfield Cup winner Southern Speed, comes up against some quality fillies led by Alezan Thunder… Read More »

     
  • Money no issue in Frankel-Caviar clash

    Money will have no bearing on whether Black Caviar fronts up against Frankel in England later this year. Melbourne Cup-winning owner Sheikh Fahad has offered to boost his sponsorship of the Sussex Stakes (1600m) on August 1 to STG1 million ($A1.56 million), an increase of STG700,000, to entice the world’s… Read More »

     
  • Miss Keepsake building up for Brisbane

    Joe Pride isn’t getting carried away by Miss Keepsake’s first-up Kembla win, especially when star mares More Joyous and King’s Rose await at Rosehill on Saturday. Miss Keepsake will take aim at the Group One Queen Of The Turf Stakes (1500m) but Pride admits the 2010 Queensland Oaks winner isn’t… Read More »

     
  • Former stablemates turn sparring partners

    The rejuvenation of Manighar has been well documented but his former barn mate Drunken Sailor has also undergone a renaissance. The pair will meet for the first time since joining different stables when they go head-to-head in Saturday’s Group One The BMW (2400m) at Rosehill. Both managed by Simon O’Donnell… Read More »

     
  • Price chasing biggest win of his career

    Mick Price was out of his chair and had his first major win in sight. It was 2006 and stable star Pompeii Ruler was in front in the Cox Plate with 50 metres to run. “I got up off my chair and gave him a cheer,” Price recalled. “I went… Read More »

     
  • Nikolic’s confidence in Mosheen sky high

    Danny Nikolic knows he will be a marked man aboard odds-on favourite Mosheen in Saturday’s Group One Vinery Stud Stakes at Rosehill. But such is his confidence in the filly, he doesn’t believe it will matter. After defying the outside barrier to win the Australian Guineas then overcoming a wide… Read More »

     
  • Waller chasing stakes wins in two states

    Chris Waller will have runners in four of the five Group One races at Rosehill on Saturday but he won’t be limiting his chances of stakes success to Sydney. The leading trainer will start First Look in the Listed Bright Shadow Handicap (1200m) at Eagle Farm in a quest to… Read More »

     
  • Eight Schillings to get the money

    New Zealand trainer Stephen McKee will test the Australian waters with emerging talent Eight Schillings at Caulfield on Saturday. The winner of his past three starts across the Tasman, Eight Schillings takes on a quality field in the Group Three Victoria Handicap (1400m) which could be a forerunner to bigger… Read More »

     
  • Woorim set to bounce back in Ryder

    Trainer Robert Heathcote reckons Saturday’s star-studded George Ryder Stakes should undergo a name change. “They could really call it the Doncaster Prelude,” Heathcote said. “It’s super for racing.” There is already a Doncaster Prelude and it will be run at Randwick on Saturday week, but the Group One George Ryder… Read More »

     
  • Big incentive for Frankel-Caviar clash

    Officials at England’s Goodwood racecourse have dangled a STG1 million ($A1.56 million) carrot to bring the world’s two highest-rated horses, Frankel and Black Caviar, together in the Sussex Stakes. Won last year by Frankel, the Sussex Stakes carries STG300,000 in prizemoney but the influential Sheikh Fahad, who sponsors the race,… Read More »

     
  • Extra distance to suit Patinack pair

    John Thompson has been waiting to get stablemates Strength and Trophies up in distance and gets his wish at Rosehill on Saturday. The two Casino Prince colts will line up in Saturday’s Group Three The Schweppervescence over 1400 metres, six years after their sire was unplaced as favourite in the… Read More »

     
  • Pierro – 2012 Golden Slipper Field preview, odds and tips

    Pierro will jump as the second favourite in Saturday’s Golden Slipper. Trained by Gai Waterhouse the son of Lonhro will be ridden by arguably Sydney’s best jockey ‘Nash Rawiller’. Pierro is coming off a gallant win in the Group 2 Todman Stakes, he has also won the Silver Slipper Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Cup to prove lucky back on track

    Co-trainers Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra are confident Lucky Eighty Eight is peaking for the Easter Cup at Caulfield after two unplaced runs this campaign. Last year’s Kyneton Cup (2000m) winner was beaten five lengths first-up when Smokin’ Joey broke 1:22 for 1400 metres at Flemington on March 10 and… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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