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  • Tom Dabernig after answers with Fifty Stars

    Warrnambool trainer Tom Dabernig was left scratching his head after his stable high-flyer Fifty Stars finished last in the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington. After a thorough veterinary examination, Dabernig has decided to push ahead to the Group 1 Underwood Stakes (1800m) at Sandown on Saturday in a bid to turn around the horse’s form. Dabernig was not disappointed… Read More »

  • G3 Gloaming Stakes test for expensive colt

    Richard Litt will saddle up two stakes runners at Rosehill but it his Midway Handicap contender he would prefer to discuss. “Why does no-one ask me about Catapult? He might be my only winner on Saturday,” Litt said. Litt might regard Catapult as his best winning chance, but 2021 Gloaming Stakes… Read More »

  • Craig Williams Trekking towards Moir Stakes win

    Craig Williams is hoping it will be third time lucky for Godolphin sprinter in the Group 1 Moir Stakes at The Valley. After a quartet of winners at Flemington on Wednesday, Williams will ride partner Trekking for just the second time in his 37-start career in Friday night’s 1000m scamper. Trekking was just under 1-Ÿ… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman banking on ‘Remarque-able’ colt

    The Golden Rose has been a happy hunting ground for Hugh Bowman, but it could hold even more significance if he can claim the early-spring feature aboard Remarque. Not only would the Hawkes Racing colt deliver Bowman his sixth win in the Group 1 showpiece, it would also provide the… Read More »

  • Entriviere out to underline The Invitation claims

    Entriviere can build on a momentous week for Te Akau Racing when she heads to Rosehill to continue her push for inclusion in the inaugural running of The Invitation. Te Akau’s nine-time Group 1 winner Avantage sold for an online record of $NZ4.1 million on Wednesday and will join the broodmare band… Read More »

  • Punters think Zaaki is unbeatable in Underwood Stakes

    He opened $1.33 in Final Field betting, but that didn’t stop punters stepping in to Zaaki in Saturday’s Underwood Stakes with the boom import quickly backed into $1.28. That’s after opening $1.40 in Monday’s All-In market with the 7YO gelding totally dominating a market that sees Probabeel – who has… Read More »

  • First Victoria Derby runner for Symon Wilde

    Warrnambool-based trainer Symon Wilde will have his first Victoria Derby runner following the win of Gundec at Flemington. Gundec earned a ballot exemption into the Group 1 Victoria Derby (2500m) at Flemington on October 30 with his hard-fought win in the Victoria Derby Preview (1800m) on Wednesday. Providing Craig Williams the third leg of a winning quartet, Gundec ($7) scored a three-quarter length… Read More »

  • Sword Of State faces weighty task in Heritage Stakes

    Regarded by Jamie Richards as one of the best juveniles he has trained, Sword Of State will make a belated Sydney debut when he returns for the first time as a three-year-old in the Heritage Stakes at Rosehill. A Group One winner in New Zealand, Sword Of State was due to kick… Read More »

  • Barb Raider shows her VRC Oaks credentials

    Barb Raider has answered a question in the back of her trainer Jerome Hunter’s mind as to whether the filly will stay. The daughter of Rebel Raider left Hunter with a clearer picture of where to head after Barb Raider registered a comprehensive win in the Kennedy Oaks Preview (1800m) at Flemington on Thursday…. Read More »

  • Kris Lees’ filly following in mum’s footsteps

    Kris Lees isn’t sure whether Zetarita can reach the heights of her dam Onemorezeta, but so far the filly is proving a carbon copy of her mother. Both horses were beaten on debut at country tracks, broke their maidens at their second runs at Muswellbrook then made the steep transition to metropolitan… Read More »

  • Interstate switch for Best Of Days in Shannon Stakes

    He is maligned by punters but Godolphin gelding Best Of Days has a fan in jockey Hugh Bowman. Bowman is the first to admit the seasoned campaigner doesn’t win out of turn but he says it isn’t for want of trying. “He’s got a style where he needs things to… Read More »

  • Cavalla strikes in first two-year-old contest

    Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr. stable has landed the first blow in juvenile ranks for the new season with Cavalla scoring at Flemington. The Darley Spring Preview (900m) on Wednesday was the first two-year-old race of the season and a preview of the spring two-year-old races at Flemington in coming weeks. Cavalla was… Read More »

  • Timing is right for Golden girl Jamaea

    Robert Price describes Jamaea as the horse of a lifetime and she might just deliver the win of a lifetime if she can upstage the males in the Group 1 Golden Rose. Price trains in partnership with his son Luke and the pair made the tough call to dodge a clash with… Read More »

  • Superstorm to make Zaaki earn Underwood Stakes win

    Danny O’Brien is looking forward to the challenge of confronting Zaaki when the European import makes his Melbourne debut at Sandown. Superstorm is set to tackle Zaaki and three other opponents in Saturday’s Group 1 Underwood Stakes (1800m) on Saturday. Only five horses accepted for Saturday’s race after 12 were originally entered and the… Read More »

  • Ellsberg takes flight towards The Golden Eagle

    Trainers Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou have gone back to basics with Ellsberg, removing all his gear in the hope it will give him an opportunity to show another string to his bow. The four-year-old will resume in a benchmark race at Rosehill on Saturday in what will be his… Read More »

  • Numbers reduced for Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate

    Numbers have been cut after second declarations for the Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate closed on Tuesday. The Caulfield Cup (2400m) on October 16 has 72 horses still in contention while there 40 remaining to chase honours for Cox Plate (2040m) at The Valley on October 23. Last year’s Caulfield Cup winner Verry Elleegant remains in contention… Read More »

  • Anamoe odds-on favourite in quality Golden Rose field

    The final field and barriers have been confirmed for Saturday’s Group 1 Golden Rose with race favourite Anamoe drawing barrier 8. Sydney’s Group 1 three-year-old feature event for the spring has attracted a field of 13 headlined by the James Cummings-trained Anamoe. The Street Boss colt has drawn barrier 8… Read More »

  • Wayward colt to benefit from experience

    The Lindsay Park operation of Ben and JD Hayes will be hoping Excel And Fly has learned a lot from his one and only experience down the Flemington straight. Excel And Fly is among the eight two-year-olds that are set to make their debut in the Darley Spring Preview (900m) on Wednesday. The… Read More »

  • Group One winner out for the spring

    Group One winner Converge has been ruled out for the remainder of the spring carnival after suffering from a virus. The J.J Atkins winner was ruled out of Saturday’s Group One Golden Rose (1400m) last week, with co-trainer Adrian Bott informing stewards he had been treated with antibiotics. The three-year-old was around… Read More »

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