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Horse Racing News

  • Lofty Strike back preparing for spring

    Cranbourne trainer Julius Sandhu has Lofty Strike back in the stable progressing towards a three-year-old campaign. But before Lofty Strike can race again, he must first be cleared by Racing Victoria vets after the unbeaten colt was withdrawn on veterinary grounds from the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield in February…. Read More »

     
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  • Luck finally goes the way of Cardinal Gem

    The Grahame Begg-trained Cardinal Gem will back up into the Silver Bowl Series Final at Flemington after breaking a run of outs at Caulfield. However, a new jockey will be required with Michael Dee heading back to New Zealand for a break after guiding Cardinal Gem home in the Stephen Howell Memorial Trophy… Read More »

     
  • Startantes shines in G1 Tatts Tiara win

    Startantes hadn’t won in ten starts since September last year as a new three-year-old but made sure the end of her juvenile racing season was a high, claiming her maiden major win in the Group 1 Sky Racing Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m). Having come agonisingly close in the Group 1 Flight Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Taksu too speedy for rivals in Civic Stakes

    Not content to let his jockey son Chad have all the limelight, Glyn Schofield has turned back the clock with a deft frontrunning display aboard Taksu to win the feature race at Randwick. Chad Schofield had earlier combined with champion trainer Chris Waller to celebrate a winning double aboard Kalino and Francesco Guardi, but… Read More »

     
  • Guardi’s star on the rise

    Francesco Guardi started his career in Europe, but the son of superhorse Frankel was always destined for Australian racing. Bought by clients of trainer Chris Waller, the plan was to give him a grounding in England before bringing him to Sydney to eventually target some decent staying races. At Randwick on… Read More »

     
  • Inundation shows a touch of class

    Inundation has made the step to city company in stunning fashion with an impressive win at Caulfield to remain unbeaten for the campaign. The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr-trained galloper headed to Saturday’s Lamaro’s Hotel Handicap (1000m) off the back of victories at Mornington and on the Pakenham Synthetic. Inundation… Read More »

     
  • Rebel Shadow makes amends with thrilling win

    Poor racing manners cost Rebel Shadow a last-start victory but there were no such issues for the three-year-old at Randwick on Saturday as he unleashed a powerful finish to score. Ridden a patient race by apprentice Tyler Schiller, Rebel Shadow settled back in the field and charged late towards the inside… Read More »

     
  • Shameless win by Miss in Stayer’s Cup

    The combination of a confidence-boosting trip to Queensland and getting to her right distance range has proven to be a winning formula for improving stayer Shameless Miss. The mare had been competing at provincial and midweek level in Sydney before trainer Chris Waller opted to take her north where she posted an… Read More »

     
  • Last stride win for D’Aguila at Caulfield

    Jockey Billy Egan was surprised that he was able to pick up the leader and record a narrow win on the Patrick Payne-trained D’Aguilar at Caulfield. No Effort, under Lachie King, made Saturday’s Neds Whatever You Bet On Handicap (2000m) a strongly run affair, pouring on the pressure from the 600m mark. The Gavin Bedggood-trained mare turned… Read More »

     
  • Thron Bone upsets Caulfield favourite

    Punters were dealt an early blow when odds-on favourite Ghaanati had her colours lowered by long-shot Thron Bone at Caulfield. Ghaanati looked to throw the Neds Punters Toolbox Handicap (1100m) away on Saturday when she ducked out badly near the 100m mark. Jockey Brett Prebble was forgiving of the filly… Read More »

     
  • Signs point to ray’s winning day

    Trainer Simon Miller is confident progressive sprinter It’sarayday will take another step towards The Pinnacles by winning tomorrow afternoon’s TABtouch Better Your Bet Handicap (1200m). The gelding did just enough to win at Belmont last start, to take his record to five wins from eight starts. He faces a tougher… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner Rogan Josh dies

    Melbourne Cup winner Rogan Josh has died following colic-related complications. Rogan Josh was Bart Cummings’ 11th Melbourne Cup winner and had spent much of his retirement at Living Legends on the outskirts of Melbourne before being humanely euthanised. Commencing his career in Western Australia, Rogan Josh was trained by Colin Webster to win… Read More »

     
  • Grandslam to burst back into form

    Not all horses can go on Winx like winnings streaks, but then again there are a large group that don’t break of restricted grade. As the winner of a Group 2 race, expectations for the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Grandslam have always been high. Grandslam won the Alister Clark Stakes (2040m) at… Read More »

     
  • Cusack pays the price for early win

    A win in a rich Magic Millions race at Ballarat earlier in the season has made life tougher for the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained Cusack. Successful in the Ballarat contest on debut in November, Cusack has paid the penalty by being the topweight in Saturday’s Neds Punters Toolbox Handicap (1100m) at Caulfield courtesy… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield pipe opener for Cardinal Gem

    Unsuitable race programming has resulted in Grahame Begg needing to run Cardinal Gem at Caulfield ahead of a planned target at Flemington. The Silver Bowl Series Final (1600m) at Flemington on Saturday week has been Cardinal Gem’s goal for the campaign after being forced to miss a trip to Brisbane. As part… Read More »

     
  • Civic Stakes a perfect Laure for gelding’s return

    When David Pfieffer recently returned from suspension, there were several familiar faces waiting for him at his stable complex. His team of horses had been sent to other trainers during his enforced layoff, but many of them quickly found their way back to him. “I have been lucky to be greeted… Read More »

     
  • Vivienne Leggett: A Life Destroyed By Racing

    To the wider racing industry, the vast majority won’t know who Vivienne Leggett is and what she has done for racing, spanning three decades. She was a very successful sponsorship manager of the Hawkesbury Race Club (HRC). She joined in 1991 and worked there for 26 years, with her hard… Read More »

     
  • Robbie Dolan tuned up for Civic Stakes meeting

    It is safe to say that 2022 has already been one of the biggest years of Robbie Dolan’s life. He has landed his second Group 1 win aboard cult hero Shelby Sixtysix in The Galaxy, celebrated the arrival of his first child, and wowed Australia with his incredible vocal performances on The… Read More »

     
  • Elvis ready to rock in Civic Stakes

    Plans for Looks Like Elvis’ assault on this weekend’s Listed Civic Stakes were going swimmingly – until the barrier draw. The gelding has been handed the outside gate in the 14-horse field and from that alley, trainer Jarrod Austin concedes he will need a few favours to remain unbeaten this campaign. “He… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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