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  • Warrnambool Cup a stepping stone to spring for Le Don De Vie

    The Listed Warrnambool Cup is set to form part of a bigger spring picture for European import Le Don De Vie when he has his fifth Australian start on Thursday. Prepared by Anthony and Sam Freedman, Le Don De Vie was purchased by Australian connections and set for a Cups campaign,… Read More »

  • Spying On You set contest fifth Grand Annual Steeplechase

    The rivalry between Zed Em and Gold Medals in the Grand Annual Steeplechase is well established with each lining up for their fourth start in Australia’s toughest race. South Australian jumper Spying On You will also be out to show his toughness in the 5500m marathon and 33 jumps on Thursday, when he contests… Read More »

  • Trainer considering extending the Chill

    Kieran Mcdonagh is considering extending Final Chill’s campaign to include the $100,000 Eurythmic Stakes (2150m) at Ascot on Saturday. McDonagh thought about resting Final Chill after the Road To Jericho WA Qualifier (3100m) at Albany, but had a change of heart. “He bounced out of the run really well,” McDonagh told The… Read More »

  • Ciaron Maher and David Eustace bring up double ton

    Training partners Ciaron Maher and David Eustace have hit the board running and are set for their most successful Warrnambool Three-Day Carnival after a training treble on the opening day. Three winners back-to-back on Tuesday, two over jumps, has the pair insight of their record of five winners over the carnival…. Read More »

  • Joseph Pride praying for rain ahead of $500,00 The Coast

    The multiple-Group 1 winning trainer is sending a team of horses up the coast, headlined by Brutality in the feature event, and Easy Eddie in the Listed Takeover Target Stakes (1200m). Joseph Pride has targeted the $500,000 The Coast (1600m) with Brutality since the race was announced. “He was in the paddock… Read More »

  • Flying Agent lands betting plunge in Brierly Steeplechase

    Flying Agent has landed a betting plunge on the opening day of the Warrnambool Three-Day Carnival with an emphatic victory in the Brierly Steeplechase. As much as $8 was bet in early markets on Tuesday’s race which eventually saw Flying Agent run the $1.80 favourite with Sportsbet. There was one sticky… Read More »

  • Angela Davies Dreaming of black type with Salina

    The daughter of Dream Ahead has only missed the placings twice in her 10-start career and has won $150,000 in prize money. The four-year-old is nominated for the Takeover Target Stakes at listed level but will instead contest a benchmark 78 for the fillies and mares. Although she’s dodging a… Read More »

  • Cindy Alderson chasing first G1 in the SA Derby

    The three-year-old has won four out of his five career starts, including a last start win in the Listed Galilee Series Final over 2400 metres. The son of Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente drew favourably in barrier six and gets Luke Currie aboard for the first time. Cindy Alderson said she holds confidence Liqueuro can… Read More »

  • Ancestry set to bounce back in the Wangoom Handicap

    Trainer Phillip Stokes hopes Ancestry may be the runner to kick start far greater representation from his stable at the Warrnambool Three-Day Carnival. Stokes set up a Victorian base at Pakenham in early 2019 and prior to that had only limited representation from his stable in Adelaide. The trainer sent Snitzkraft to Warrnambool last year… Read More »

  • Clayton Douglas after special win in Galleywood Hurdle

    Clayton Douglas says nothing will top his win in the 2018 Grand Annual Steeplechase at Warrnambool, but success in the Galleywood Hurdle would be something special. Not only would victory on The Midnight Shift in Wednesday’s feature hurdle at the Three-Day Carnival give Douglas victory in all three of the big jumps’… Read More »

  • No concerns over Kay Cee after bad trial

    In her first official hit out since last year’s Ascot summer carnival, Kay Cee finished her heat nine lengths adrift of tearaway leader, We’ve Got Dreams. Ridden by Brad Parnham, Kay Cee made up little ground from the back of the eight-horse trial and was allowed to cross the line without… Read More »

  • Hawkesbury fight off floods for successful stand alone meet

    Full fields of good quality were on show at the provincial track, with Archedemus winning his second Hawkesbury Gold Cup. The club was unable to hold the meeting last year due to the COVID-19 rules that Racing New South Wales had put in place. Hawkesbury Race Club CEO Ken Rutherford said… Read More »

  • Two-Pronged SA Derby assault for Maher and Eustace

    David Eustace cannot see any reason why Explosive Jack should not be able to add a Group 1 South Australian Derby victory to the one he achieved in Sydney. Explosive Jack won the Group 1 Australian Derby at Randwick on April 10 and will on Saturday attempt to add the South Australian… Read More »

  • Bit Of A Lad chases second win in Brierly Steeplechase

    Bit Of A Lad may not have the longevity at the May Three-Day Carnival that Gold Medals has, but the way he is shaping he will have the opportunity to bypass that galloper. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained seven-year-old will be lining-up for the fifth year at the Warrnambool… Read More »

  • Cup Night comes from last to win Northam Stakes

    The 10-1 chance Cup Night produced a last to first finish under a gem of a ride from Patrick Carbery to claim victory in the $100 000, Group 3 Northam Stakes. The Bernie Miller trained five-year-old, who was first up here, was snagged back by Carbery from the worst of… Read More »

  • I Am The Fox takes out the Alice Springs Cup

    The Garry Lefoe trained I Am The Fox ran out a worthy winner of the $110 000 Alice Springs Cup, after taking the race by the scruff of the neck approaching the final turn and surging away in the home straight to score far more comfortably than the official winning… Read More »

  • Persan to chase Melbourne Cup ticket in Andrew Ramsden Stakes

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable is likely to have multiple runners in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington as they chase a ballot exemption for the Melbourne Cup. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Persan will press on for a start in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes despite… Read More »

  • Mahamedeis on track for Brisbane trip

    Trainer Nick Ryan has not lost faith in stayer Mahamedeis after his latest defeat and plans to head to Brisbane remain intact. Mahamedeis may be about to lose his mantle as top dog in the Nick Ryan stable after the win of Dice Roll at Sandown. That gave the French-bred… Read More »

  • Nash Rawiller suspended but free to ride in Doomben 10,000

    Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel has warned Nash Rawiller to work on his riding after the top jockey returned from one suspension only to be hit with another. Rawiller was forced to sit out the Tancred Stakes meeting at Rosehill and both days of The Championships at Randwick… Read More »

  • Tim Clark happy to be a homebody for now

    Top jockey Tim Clark is keeping his options open about a possible trip to Brisbane for the winter carnival, but for now he is happy to chase the rich offerings in and around Sydney. Clark enjoyed a fruitful autumn with a handful of feature race wins including a black-type double… Read More »

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