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  • Stephen Brown Jr remains in intensive care

    Former apprentice Stephen Brown Jr remains in intensive care in a Melbourne hospital after a fall in a jump-out at Wangaratta. Brown was was placed in an induced coma and flown to the Royal Melbourne Hospital on Wednesday after the fall. “Stephen Brown Jr remains under observation in the Intensive… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – September 21st Edition

    A Group l fairytale was complete at Caulfield, Avilius bounced back to his brilliant best and a Melbourne Cup contender confirmed his status as a leading contender. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Lock Up Your Mothers Warrnambool… Read More »

  • I Am Eloquent races into the Thousand Guineas

    I Am Eloquent is likely to head straight to the Group One Thousand Guineas after taking a leap in grade to win at Caulfield. Success in Saturday’s Listed Jim Moloney Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield came after the filly had won a restricted race at Geelong at her previous start. But… Read More »

  • Chris Waller cleans up at Randwick

    He didn’t win the major race on the program, but Chris Waller has taken out training honours on George Main Stakes day at Randwick with a quartet of winners. Three of those came in stakes races with Funstar a narrow winner of the Group Two Tea Rose Stakes (1400m), Kolding… Read More »

  • Finche races into 2019 Melbourne Cup favouritism

    A horse racing in the colours made famous by Frankel and Enable is now the equal Melbourne Cup favourite following his Group Three win at Randwick. The Chris Waller-trained former French stayer Finche won Saturday’s Kingston Town Stakes (2000m) by a long neck from Stampede who led for most of… Read More »

  • Begood Toya Mother wins the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

    Begood Toya Mother has delivered on a long-range plan in the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield in a dream result for young Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman. Saturday’s $500,000 handicap over 1400m had been Bowman’s target for several months with Begood Toya Mother and the exciting gelding did… Read More »

  • Avilius too good in G1 George Main Stakes

    Avilius has reaffirmed his status as one of the country’s premier weight-for-age stars and put himself back in the Cox Plate frame with a devastating win in the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick. Godolphin head trainer James Cummings admitted it was a relief to see the horse return… Read More »

  • Brimham Rocks wins a spot in the Caulfield Cup

    The Chris Waller-trained Brimham Rocks has earned a ticket into the Caulfield Cup with his first Australian victory in the MRC Foundation Cup. Saturday’s win in the Group Three race over 2000m erased last year’s spring disappointment where he notched six consecutive placings. Ridden by Michael Walker, Brimham Rocks ($21)… Read More »

  • Taylor Swift scratched from Melbourne Cup day

    International singing superstar Taylor Swift will no longer perform at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day following a change to her Asian Tour dates. The Victoria Racing Club announced on September 12 that Swift would perform two songs in the parade ring before the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Mushroom Events and the… Read More »

  • Pierata races into The Everest favouritism

    The wet Randwick track might have scared a few runners out of The Shorts but trainer Greg Hickman is more than happy he decided to run Pierata. The field for Saturday’s Group Two 1100m-sprint was reduced to five from 11 original acceptors including high profile horses Santa Ana Lane, Osborne… Read More »

  • Kolding wins a G1 Epsom Handicap start

    Chris Waller believes there is a sense of timing surrounding Kolding this spring after the progressive gelding booked himself a spot in the Group One Epsom Handicap with a gallant win in the Bill Ritchie Handicap at Randwick. Fierce Impact ($10) looked to have the 1400-metre race in his keeping… Read More »

  • Rachel King gets winner with first Caulfield ride

    Group One-winning Sydney jockey Rachel King has delivered a feature race victory aboard Manicure in her first ride at Caulfield. King has competed in Melbourne at a couple of feature meetings at Flemington last season but was riding at Caulfield for the first time on Saturday and produced the goods… Read More »

  • Funstar wins Tea Rose Stakes in thrilling finish

    Libertini has had her colours lowered for the first time as a three-year-old but has gone down fighting in a three-way finish to the Tea Rose Stakes with Funstar on top. Splitting the pair in Saturday’s Group Two race was New Zealand filly Probabeel. The margins were a nose and… Read More »

  • Danny O’Brien and Waikato Stud keep on winning

    An association spanning more than 15 years continues to pay dividends for trainer Danny O’Brien. Fabric, winner of Saturday’s Fight Cancer Foundation Handicap (1400m) at Caulfield, is the latest O’Brien winner to wear the Waikato Stud colours. The association between O’Brien and Waikato Stud dates back to 2004 with Glamour… Read More »

  • Cuba leads all the way at Randwick

    John Thompson has continued his heady start to the season with Cuba landing an all-the-way win at Randwick to give the trainer his ninth metropolitan victory this term. Cuba ($6) came into the race with strong form lines, boasting a decision over subsequent Cameron Handicap winner Rock and Queensland Guineas… Read More »

  • Shared Ambition too good in Australian debut

    Only weeks after arriving in the country, lightly raced Irish import Shared Ambition has made a winning start to his Australian career at Caulfield. A three-year-old to northern hemisphere time but racing as a four-year-old in Australia, Shared Ambition stepped out for his new trainer Chris Waller in Saturday’s Grassroots… Read More »

  • Guntantes proves Robert Heathcote a good judge

    Trainer Robert Heathcote has been saying for months Guntantes could defy his breeding to prove a top 1600m-2000m horse and it was confirmed at Eagle Farm. The Dave Hickey 30 Handicap (1600m) drew together some of the most promising young horses in Queensland and the race proved a thriller. Guntantes… Read More »

  • Ocean Addict breaks a frustrating run of minor placings

    Leading jockey Michael Cahill made the most of a late pick-up ride to help Ocean Addict break a frustrating run of minor placings at Eagle Farm. Ocean Addict had run three consecutive seconds for a apprentice Jackson Murphy but the Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership elected to book senior… Read More »

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