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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Pre-Stradbroke trial for Charmed Harmony

    A barrier trial will determine whether Charmed Harmony takes his place in the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap. Trainer John Sadler said the sprinter needed to perform well in the hit-out at Eagle Farm on Thursday to confirm a start in the Group One sprint at the track on June 11…. Read More »

     
  • Popular WA horse trainer dies in accident

    The West Australian horse racing industry is reeling after the death of popular trainer Hana Dickson in a riding accident. The WA Racing Trainers’ Association said it’s understood the 31-year-old was riding at a property in Hopeland on Saturday when she may have hit a tree. She was later discovered… Read More »

     
  • Begg starts new venture in Victoria

    Multiple Group One-winning trainer Grahame Begg is nervous and excited about his new challenge in Victoria. Begg stepped away from training in Sydney after 25 years, closing his Randwick stables in December 2014. After considering his options, including a move to Queensland, Begg decided to restart his career in Victoria…. Read More »

     
  • McEvoy closing on rare Brisbane G1 record

    Kerrin McEvoy’s win on Music Magnate in the Group One Doomben 10,000 puts him closer to two elite Brisbane riding feats. On Saturday, McEvoy became the first jockey since Graham Cook in 1975 to ride the Doomben Cup-Doomben 10,000 double in the same season after his win on Our Ivanhowe… Read More »

     
  • Mark Zahra suspended for Grand Prix ride

    Melbourne jockey Mark Zahra has been suspended for 12 days after pleading guilty to causing interference in the Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben. Stewards found Zahra’s mount Harvard moved in and caused interference to Glen Colless on Last Typhoon on Saturday. Zahra said he had shifted but immediately pulled his… Read More »

     
  • Last-race drama for chief steward Murrihy

    Ray Murrihy has had a relatively smooth afternoon for his final Sydney metropolitan Saturday meeting as chief steward – until the last race. After dual protests from the third and fourth placegetters in the benchmark 78 race at Randwick, Murrihy headed the panel which upheld both objections. Disgraceful was promoted… Read More »

     
  • Ben Allen suspended for whip rule breach

    Ben Allen has been prolific for riding winners this season, but the leading apprentice has also racked up the numbers on an unwanted front. And it’s caused stewards to suspend him for five days. Allen rode his 80th winner in Victoria for 2015-2016 when he partnered the Darren Weir-trained Kenjorwood… Read More »

     
  • Mackintosh triumphs in Grand Prix thriller

    Mackintosh saluted in the Grand Prix Stakes, but it was runner-up Eagle Way who produced the oustanding Queensland Derby trial. Mackintosh, the $2.10 favourite, held off a late lunge from Eagle Way ($15) to win by a short neck with Howard Be Thy Name ($4) a half head away third… Read More »

     
  • Ecuador passes distance test in McKell Cup

    As Ecuador works his way to bigger Cups, one of the biggest of all may be beyond Raw Impulse. The odds-on favourite for the Listed McKell Cup at Randwick, Raw Impulse struggled with the 2400m to finish four lengths fourth behind the Gai Waterhouse-trained Ecuador. Until Saturday, English import Raw… Read More »

     
  • Younger Dunn gets the job done at Sandown

    Dylan Dunn received extra satisfaction out of the win of Lahqa at Sandown. Not only did the victory provide the apprentice with a winning double on Saturday but he also had the better of his father Dwayne in a battle over the final 300m of the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap…. Read More »

     
  • Patrick Payne claims another jumps feature

    After a stellar career in the saddle Patrick Payne is emerging as a serious trainer of jumpers. Earlier this month No Song No Supper provided Payne with a third Grand Annual Steeplechase while on Saturday he pocketed another feature jumps race at Sandown. Angelology, a horse part-owned by his sisters,… Read More »

     
  • Bold Sniper provides proper royal result

    There has been a touch of royalty added to a wintry off-season race meeting in Melbourne with a horse owned by The Queen winning at Sandown. Former English horse Bold Sniper ended a near three-year winless streak as he strode away after racing outside the leader to take out Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Mighty Lucky claims WFA Lord Mayor’s Cup

    Mighty Lucky will remain on a weight-for-age path after his victory in the Lord Mayor’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday. Despite racing three deep for most of the trip, Mighty Lucky, the $4.80 favourite, held off the fast-finishing Pajaro ($14) to win by three quarters of a length with Malice… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate wins Group 1 Doomben 10,000

    Bjorn Baker has landed the first Group One win out of his Sydney stable with Music Magnate beating the favourite Azkadellia in the Doomben 10,000. Continuing a break-out season for the son of leading New Zealand trainer Murray Baker, Music Magnate sat off a fast tempo before staking his claim… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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