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Horse Racing News

  • Mountainous task for Vegadaze in Missile Stakes

    The stakes will be high for untapped talent Vegadaze when he is pitted against Group One winners Alizee and Le Romain on his seasonal return. In a strategic move by trainer Anthony Cummings, Vegadaze, will take his place in the first Group race of the Sydney season – the Missile… Read More »

  • Everest start on the line for Alizee in Missile Stakes

    Star mare Alizee won’t rise any higher in the Godolphin pecking order, if she isn’t number one seed, for The TAB Everest if she outclasses her four rivals at Rosehill on Saturday. From an Everest perspective, the multiple Group 1 winning mare must justify the short odds in the Group… Read More »

  • New Queensland Highway race for Doomben

    Officials will monitor the turnover on Queensland’s first Highway-style race before any decision is made on whether the series will be permanent. The Queensland Country Highway Plate (1350m) is at Doomben on Saturday which coincides with the first weekend of the Royal National Association show in Brisbane. The race is… Read More »

  • Tassort to miss spring racing carnival

    Promising Godolphin three-year-old Tassort has been ruled out of the spring carnival after undergoing throat surgery. Godolphin confirmed the news through its Twitter account on Wednesday and said it was expected Tassort would return to racing next year. “We expect him to make a full recovery and look forward to… Read More »

  • Racing Victoria awaits Mike De Kock’s licence bid

    Racing Victoria integrity boss Jamie Stier says there is a lot of water to go under the bridge before Mike De Kock is granted a licence to train in Victoria. South African-based De Kock has indicated he would like to set up a stable at the Cranbourne training complex in… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winner retired to stud

    Melbourne Cup winner Rekindling has been retired to stand at stud. Rekindling who won the Melbourne Cup in 2017 will stand at stud in Europe next year. The Melbourne Cup winner had a long lay off following his win in the Cup returning in the Australian Cup earlier this year… Read More »

  • Silvera to stick to Listed class in Sydney

    In-form gelding Silvera will be kept to Listed and Group Three races if he earns a Sydney spring carnival trip with a win at Doomben. Formerly trained by Tony McEvoy, Silvera has been in fine touch since heading north to Tony Gollan at Eagle Farm in May. Silvera has won… Read More »

  • Tony Sears takes QTIS premiership double

    Toowoomba’s Tony Sears has become the first trainer to win the QTIS premierships for both two and three-year-olds. The QTIS scheme has been in existence for more than two decades but no one has previously achieved the premiership double which is judged on QTIS bonus money earned. The scheme involves… Read More »

  • Caulfield Guineas, Thousand Guineas attract strong entries

    Four Group One-winning juveniles from last season feature among the 324 nominations for the $2 million Caulfield Guineas for three-year-olds. Along with Champagne Stakes winner Castelvecchio and J J Atkins Stakes winner Prince Fawaz, who are both colts, Group One-winning fillies Kiamichi and Lyre are nominated. Lyre and Kiamichi, are… Read More »

  • Godolphin’s best 3YO set to miss the Spring

    Despite the lofty Gr 1 wins by several of the Godolphin babies over the past 6 months, all of whom are now 3YOs, those in the know at the Blue Army campsite reckon a non Gr 1 winner in TASSORT is the best of them. Sadly, however, we wont get… Read More »

  • Invincible Gem chasing another Missile Stakes

    Trainer Kris Lees will be two-handed as he chases a third win in the Group Two Missile Stakes with stable stalwart Le Romain and 2017 winner Invincible Gem. The two are primed to take on Godolphin mare Alizee in Saturday’s 1200m-weight-for-age Missile Stakes, the first Group race in Sydney for… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winning jockey to move to Queensland

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Tony Allan is to join forces with Paddy Busuttin who is making a comeback to training at Deagon in Brisbane. Allan won the 1988 Melbourne Cup on Empire Rose and retired in 2005. He spent 10 years as a work rider firstly in Japan then for Peter… Read More »

  • 2019 Cox Plate attracts big list of nominations

    Horses from near and far have been nominated for the first Cox Plate in five years without champion Winx. The winner of the past four Cox Plates, champion Winx was retired in April. In her absence, the Moonee Valley Racing club has received 187 nominations for this year’s Cox Plate… Read More »

  • Star Japanese mare nominated for Cox Plate

    Victorian racing officials are working with the Australian government to try to get Japanese mare Lys Gracieux to Melbourne to contest the $5 million Cox Plate. Because the mare ran in Hong Kong in April, she is currently ineligible to travel to Australia because of quarantine restrictions between the two… Read More »

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