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  • Xtravagant spells, concentrates on spring

    A Queensland winter carnival mission for star New Zealand colt Xtravagant has been ruled out, with the three-year-old heading for a spell. Xtravagant, who was unplaced in his Australian debut in the Australian Guineas at Flemington in March, returned to winning ways in the Group Three Breeders Stakes in New… Read More »

     
  • Royal Island shooting for second Wangoom

    Rain has saved John Salanitri’s long-range plan for Royal Island. Salanitri’s noted wet-tracker Royal Island will be chasing back-to-back victories in the Listed Wangoom Handicap at Warrnambool on Wednesday. The trainer was concerned the track may not be wet enough, but further rain on Tuesday has boosted his confidence. “He’s… Read More »

     
  • Arch ready to Fire in Galleywood Hurdle

    When Robert Smerdon sets his sights on a race he rarely comes away disappointed. Smerdon has Arch Fire contesting the Galleywood Hurdle on Wednesday, the feature jumps race on day two of the Warrnambool carnival. A winner of four of his seven starts over jumps including last season’s Australian Hurdle… Read More »

     
  • Tassie star returns positive

    Tasmanian star galloper Admiral has returned a positive swab after his George Adams Stakes wins on Launceston Cup day. Shock for Tasmanian Racing with Admiral returning a positive swab after his George Adams win on Launceston Cup day.. — Colin McNiff (@McniffColin) May 2, 2016

     
  • Valediction best backed ahead of Brierly

    Gai Waterhouse makes her annual trek to Warrnambool for the three-day carnival and has one of the best-backed runners on the opening day. Valediction has been backed from $5.50 to $3.60 to take out the feature race on Tuesday, the Brierly Steeplechase. A previous winner over hurdles at the track,… Read More »

     
  • Michael Rodd to pilot Aviator at Rosehill

    Trainer Gerald Ryan has snapped up Michael Rodd to ride two-year-old Aviator at Rosehill where the Singapore-based jockey’s main objective is to help Romantic Maid’s Oaks mission. Rodd, who counts the 2007 Melbourne Cup on Efficient among his big wins, has been riding in Singapore since the beginning of last… Read More »

     
  • Williams gallops Griante at Mornington

    Craig Williams has made a special trip to Mornington to partner Griante in her final hit-out before her Group One mission in Adelaide. Griante galloped between races on Monday in preparation for a tilt at the Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday. The David Brideoake-trained mare followed a similar… Read More »

     
  • Goodwood lead-up for Admiral at Flemington

    Star Tasmanian horse Admiral heads to Flemington for his second mainland start in the lead-up to a proposed tilt at a Group One race in Adelaide. The Barry Campbell-trained Admiral is entered for a 1000m-handicap on Saturday as a test for the Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville on May 21. The… Read More »

     
  • Pateman has sights on Warrnambool carnival

    The three-day Warrnambool carnival is an annual pilgrimage for many. The majority of the 30 races are on the flat but it’s the jumps races that attract the most interest. The carnival begins on Tuesday with three maiden hurdles and the feature Brierly Steeplechase with two jumps races scheduled for… Read More »

     
  • No Royal Ascot for Chautauqua

    Royal Ascot will have to wait another year for Chautauqua with connections deciding to bring the champion sprinter home after his breathtaking performance in Hong Kong. Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes said the decision to return to Australia rather than continue his journey to England was made in the best interests of… Read More »

     
  • Thubiaan on song for another Brierly

    High-class jumper Thubiaan is being challenged for favouritism ahead of his bid for back-to-back wins in the Brierly Steeplechase at Warrnambool. The Eric Musgrove-trained Thubiaan is at $3.50 for a repeat performance on Tuesday with Valediction at $3.70 for trainer Gai Waterhouse. This year Thubiaan rises 2kg on the 68kg… Read More »

     
  • Vic jockeys appealing careless riding bans

    Jake Noonan’s chance to ride in a Group One race in Adelaide hinges on an appeal against a careless riding ban. Noonan fronts the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Wednesday to appeal the severity of a nine-meeting careless suspension. He has been booked to ride the Henry Dwyer-trained Precious… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua to miss Royal Ascot

    Australian sprinter Chautauqua will not try to add the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot to his Group One win in Hong Kong. Co-trainer Michael Hawkes said the decision not to go to England had been made in the best interests of the horse who claimed a breathtaking last-to-first win… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua proves he is the best

    Chautauqua has shown why he is ranked the best sprinter in the world, becoming the first Australian horse to win a Group One race in Hong Kong. Against the pattern of the day’s racing, Chautauqua came from last at the top of the straight to win the Chairman’s Sprint Prize… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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