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Horse Racing News

  • All systems go for Winx’s return

    Winx’s place in history is assured whether she wins the Apollo Stakes or not. She has won four Cox Plates when everyone thought Kingston Town’s three would stand the test of time. She has won 29 races in a row, four more than Black Caviar who stands alone because she… Read More »

  • Leading QLD trainer Ben Currie facing jigger charges

    Toowoomba Trainer Ben Currie has been issued with seven more alleged breaches of the rules of racing as part of the ongoing investigation into Currie Racing. It will be alleged that serious animal welfare breaches have occurred including the alleged use of a jigger on two occasions, unauthorised shockwave treatments,… Read More »

  • Blue Diamond Stakes test for Magnicity in Talindert Stakes

    Magnicity will press for a start in the Blue Diamond Stakes when she lines up in a two-year-old stakes race at Flemington. The Robbie Griffiths-trained filly runs in Saturday’s Talindert Stakes with a top-four finish likely to be enough for connections to pay up for a start in the Blue… Read More »

  • Big Mile races the dream for John Thompson

    Having dipped his toe in the water during the Melbourne spring carnival, the late-blooming Dreamforce is poised to continue his rise through the grades when he resumes at Randwick. The lightly-raced six-year-old tackles Saturday’s Group Three Southern Cross Stakes (1200m) against the likes of experienced campaigner Dothraki, last year’s winner… Read More »

  • Stable to learn more about Age Of Chivalry

    After successive midweek Sandown victories, the time has come for Age Of Chivalry to be tested against some of Victoria’s best three-year-olds. Simon Zahra, who trains in partnership with his cousin Mathew Ellerton, said Saturday’s Group Three C S Hayes Stakes at Flemington was the opportunity to find out where… Read More »

  • Big things in store for Matt Dunn 2yo

    Impressive barrier trial winner Xanthus takes the first step towards bigger things when he makes his debut at Doomben. Xanthus will tackle a smart field of youngsters in Saturday’s $125,000 Two-Year-Old Handicap (1110m) and his performance will determine whether he heads to Sydney or stays in Queensland for a $250,000… Read More »

  • Jedastar set for WFA Lightning Stakes

    It has been more than a quarter of a century since a two-year-old filly has contested the Group One Lightning Stakes and trainer Lloyd Kennewell is happy to be taking on the challenge with Jedastar at Flemington. On Saturday, Jedastar will become the first juvenile filly to run in the… Read More »

  • German import continues Melbourne Cup path

    The path to the 2019 Melbourne Cup continues for lightly raced German import Schabau when he has his second Australian start at Flemington. Trained by Robert Hickmott who has won two Melbourne Cups, Schabau made a winning introduction to Australian racing at Flemington on January 1. The four-year-old scored a… Read More »

  • John Sargent’s cameo role in the career of Winx

    John Sargent is almost infamous. The trainer of the last horse to beat Winx in a race – Gust Of Wind in the 2015 Australian Oaks – his link to the champion has become somewhat of a claim to fame. “It comes up now and then at parties and things,”… Read More »

  • Cabeirian to give Gary Doughty a boost

    Trainer Gary Doughty missed seeing a stable winner on Wednesday but hopes his recovery from recent surgery will allow him to watch Cabeirian attempt a hat-trick of wins at Doomben. A former jockey, Doughty had bowel surgery in 2017 and had a follow-up operation last month because of complications. He… Read More »

  • Quarantine protocols force trainer to abandon plans

    Quarantine protocols have forced trainer Mick Kent to abandon plans to take Amanikan to the UAE Oaks in Dubai. The three-year-old, a winner at Sandown in January, was a possible contender for the race on February 21. But having to spend time in a quarantine centre with no exercise facilities… Read More »

  • Winx ready to begin final campaign

    Trainer Chris Waller has enough proof to be confident what Winx does in the last part of her races is superior to any other horse. He puts his trust in her jockey Hugh Bowman to navigate the first part of her races safely. The champion has been known to cause… Read More »

  • Dubai an option for G1 winning filly

    A trip to Dubai for a rich race on the World Cup night program is among the possible targets for Group One-winning filly Oohood this campaign. The Tony McEvoy-trained Flight Stakes winner makes her return in Saturday’s Group Two Light Fingers Stakes (1200m) at Randwick ahead of Group One races… Read More »

  • Chapada on path to Sydney autumn targets

    Mike Moroney considers this season’s Group One Victoria Derby as one that got away with promising three-year-old Chapada. But the trainer is hoping the gelding can make up for what he describes as “a pretty luckless spring” with a big autumn campaign which begins at Flemington on Saturday in the… Read More »

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