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  • 11 riders graduate RV’s apprentice program

    Apprentice jockeys Jessica Eaton and Melissa Julius have been awarded top honours in the latest batch of graduates from Racing Victoria’s Apprentice Jockey Training Program. The two were among 11 apprentices to graduate in a ceremony conducted at Flemington racecourse on Thursday night. Eaton, 24, claimed the Victorian Jockeys’ Association… Read More »

     
  • Hot weather forces Echuca meeting transfer

    Forecast hot weather in Victoria has prompted the transfer of the next Echuca meeting. With a forecast temperature of 41 degrees on Monday, Racing Victoria has announced the Echuca meeting will be transferred to Wednesday where a more comfortable top temperature of 30 degrees is forecast. The meeting will be… Read More »

     
  • Fred Kersley doubles up at Geelong

    West Australian apprentice Fred Kersley is starting to make a name for himself in Victoria. On loan to the Lindsay Park team after a win at Sandown on December 2, Kersley repaid the stable with a winning double at Geelong on Thursday. He rode Misty Rock to win a maiden… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm return delayed

    Queensland’s main racetrack Eagle Farm will not be ready for the Brisbane winter carnival and will be closed until at least next spring. Racing Queensland and the Brisbane Racing Club on Thursday confirmed the troubled track needed more time to be able to race at a high standard. Eagle Farm… Read More »

     
  • Rare road trip to Sydney for Brett Lunney

    Brett Lunney is going the extra mile with stayer Hundred, as the Toowoomba trainer brings a runner to Sydney for the first time for eight years. Lunney, who now trains in partnership with his son Thomas, last made the road trip in 2009 when he brought Hopeson to Warwick Farm…. Read More »

     
  • Toby Edmonds stablemates to improve

    A refreshed Toby Edmonds is confident two of his stable stars Col ‘N’ Lil and Whypeeo are fitter for their first-up runs and ready to improve at Doomben. Col ‘N’Lil will contest Saturday’s Lough Neagh Stakes while Whypeeo is in the Gold Edition Plate (1200m). Edmonds missed the stakes win… Read More »

     
  • 20L trial win for Magic Millions Classic contender

    The Tony Gollan trained Ef Troop won his first start convincingly at Doomben, leading all the way over 1050m and making it look very easy in the end. It was supposedly a though race for the 2-year-old, coming up against the highly-rated Hopes Eternal, who was a massive winner in… Read More »

     
  • Jenny Graham brings favourites to Randwick

    It’s not every Saturday Port Macquarie trainer Jenny Graham brings two favourites to Randwick. Victorem has firmed to favourite from $4 to $2.20 in the TAB Highway Handicap (1000m), and Awesome Pluck is equal favourite at $2.50 for the ANZ Bloodstock News Handicap (1100m). Victorem, a three-year-old by leading sire… Read More »

     
  • Key facts about the 1600m Villiers Stakes

    VILLIERS STAKES – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW * Group Two, 1600m, $250,000, open handicap, minimum weight 53kg, three-year-olds and older. Run at Randwick on Saturday, 4.20pm HISTORY * The first winner of the race was Two Up in 1892 * In 2001, 2011 and 2012 race was held at… Read More »

     
  • Villiers time for import Mister Sea Wolf

    There are high hopes for Irish import Mister Sea Wolf as the gelding prepares for his second Australian start in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick. The six-year-old moved from Ger Lyons Racing a few months ago to Waller’s Rosehill stable and will line up in the 1600m Group Two Villiers… Read More »

     
  • Quick back-up for Onerous at Caulfield

    Co-trainer Mitch Beer is starting to fully understand the frustration the talented Onerous caused his previous trainers. After two stints with Hawkes Racing and one with Chris Waller in between, Onerous has had four starts for Beer and training partner Max Hinton. The now six-year-old backs up after finishing fourth… Read More »

     
  • Ben Melham answers Gary Portelli’s SOS

    Gary Portelli is pinning his hopes on Testashadow’s experience, and the presence of his go-to jockey to drive the gelding to an unexpected victory in the Villiers Stakes. The seven-year-old is among the double-figure chances to win the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, but Portelli would not… Read More »

     
  • Daniel Williams eyes first city win at Caulfield

    For someone accustomed to saddling quality horses in big races, trainer Daniel Williams admits to a touch of nerves ahead of Valiant Spirit running at Caulfield. The three-year-old, who runs in the Sheamus Mills Bloodstock Handicap (1700m) on Saturday, will be his first city runner. “It won’t help my nerves… Read More »

     
  • Kelly Schweida can’t split star three-year-olds

    Trainer Kelly Schweida believes he has no way to keep his star three-year-olds Cellargirl and Shogun Sun apart in the lead-up to the Magic Millions Guineas. Cellargirl and Shogun Sun will resume from short breaks in the Listed Gold Edition Plate (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. Both performed well during… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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