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Horse Racing News

  • Broadside could give McKell a wide berth

    Broadside looks capable of doing the hard yards over winter, but asking him to race over consecutive weekends for the first time in his career is probably a stretch. Co-trainer Adrian Bott conceded as much and indicated it was unlikely the five-year-old would back up from Saturday’s 2000m-win at Rosehill…. Read More »

  • Gelded Lizard on the comeback trail

    Pat Hyland is a relieved trainer with Lizard Island pulling up in good order after a comeback trial at Cranbourne. The rising five-year-old, who has been gelded since his last start in February 2016, wasn’t asked to do a lot on Monday in his first trial back from a tendon… Read More »

  • Under The Thumb hikes to Highway

    Success in country meetings has convinced Sue Grills that Under The Thumb warrants a trip from Tamworth for a Highway Handicap debut at Randwick. While stablemate Fickle Folly will stay at home after she was pulled from two races on Saturday’s card, the four-year-old gelding has been challenged to make… Read More »

  • James Cummings joins Godolphin

    James Cummings has been appointed to succeed John O’Shea as Godolphin’s head trainer in Australia. Cummings joins Godolphin after almost a decade at Leilani Lodge in Randwick as foreman, co-trainer with his late grandfather Bart Cummings and ultimately head trainer. Godolphin’s managing director in Australia Henry Plumptre welcomed Cummings’ move… Read More »

  • Weir a big player in feature jumps race

    Leading trainer Darren Weir has the horses to be competitive in all forms of racing. It doesn’t matter if it’s a sprint race, a middle distance or a staying race, Weir is there. And the same goes for jumps racing. Of his 14 winners at the Warrnambool carnival earlier this… Read More »

  • James Cummings announced as Godolphin head trainer

    James Cummings has been¬†officially¬†announced as the successor of John O’Shea as the head trainer for Australia’s biggest racing operation ‘Godolphin’. James Cummings started his training career as foreman for his grandfather and Champion trainer Bart Cummings before going it alone in 2015 after the death of Bart. The 29-year-old has… Read More »

  • Portelli looking to life after Rebel Dane

    Box 14 at Gary Portelli’s Warwick Farm stable remains empty with the trainer admitting it will take a special horse to fill it. For the past five years the box has been the sole territory of dual Group One winner Rebel Dane who left the stable last Thursday for his… Read More »

  • Neil Wilson becomes interim VRC CEO

    The Victoria Racing Club has announced board member Neil Wilson will become interim chief executive. Simon Love resigned last week after holding the top position for almost two years. Wilson joined the VRC board in 2012 and became honorary treasurer earlier this year. VRC chair Amanda Elliott said she was… Read More »

  • VRC announces interim CEO

    The Victoria Racing Club (VRC) has announced VRC Board Member and Honorary Treasurer Neil Wilson will become interim Chief Executive Officer, following the resignation of current CEO, Simon Love. Mr Wilson was appointed to the VRC Board in 2012 and re-elected in 2015. He became Honorary Treasurer earlier this year…. Read More »

  • James Cummings set to join Godolphin

    James Cummings is expected to be confirmed shortly as Australian head trainer for global racing operation Godolphin. Cummings would replace John O’Shea who resigned at the end of last month after three years in the job. Neither Cummings nor Godolphin has so far made any comment. O’Shea’s former assistant Darren… Read More »

  • Brisbane now a target for Black Heart Bart

    Darren Weir has decided on a change of plans with Black Heart Bart with the gelding heading to Brisbane for a Group One race at Eagle Farm. Black Heart Bart is booked to travel to Brisbane on Wednesday night to run in the Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300m) on Saturday. Weir said… Read More »

  • Kiwis ready to pounce in Premier’s Cup

    The experienced Benzini and the up-and-coming Chocante will be out to uphold New Zealand’s reputation in the staying ranks at Eagle Farm. The pair will contest Saturday’s Group Three Premier’s Cup (2200m) as a prelude to the Group Two Brisbane Cup (2400m) on June 10 won last year by Benzini…. Read More »

  • Simon Morrish steps up for caretaker role

    Ballarat horseman Simon Morrish will take over the stables of suspended trainer Matt Cumani in a caretaker role. Cumani was last week suspended and fined $20,000 for his failure to notify stewards of a case of strangles in his stables last October. Morrish takes over 40 horses and staff when… Read More »

  • Lautaro to stake claim in McKell Cup

    Country stayer Lautaro upset some big names at the recent Scone carnival and his trainer is looking to bring him to town where he believes he can measure up again. The gelding won over 2200 metres as a $21 chance on May 13, beating odds-on favourite Interlocuter from the Godolphin… Read More »


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