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Horse Racing News

  • Neville Parnham not ruling out Roma Cup upset

    He may have produced an underwhelming first-up performance at Northam and lost his regular jockey, but Indian Pacific still has a fighting chance in tomorrow’s PKF-Roma Cup (1200m) at Belmont, according to trainer Neville Parnham. Indian Pacific finished more than four lengths behind Elite Street in the Group 3 Northam Mazda Stakes… Read More »

  • Rustic Steel scores ticket to The Big Dance

    Rustic Steel has earned himself a start in the $2 million The Big Dance with his win in the Listed Scone Cup on Friday. To earn a spot in The Big Dance at Randwick on Melbourne Cup, horses must finish one-two in a list of 25 qualifying Cup races run throughout… Read More »

  • Kind barrier draw gives McGruddy Roma Cup confidence

    Jockey Shaun McGruddy has healthy respect for favourite Elite Street, but is excited by Red Can Man’s kind barrier draw in Saturday’s G3 PKF Roma Cup (1200m) at Belmont. Red Can Man jumps from barrier one and Shaun Mcgruddy believes that is a pivotal factor in turning the tables on Elite Street after… Read More »

  • Stable newcomer kicks off at Flemington

    Nick Ryan will kick-off the campaign of stable newcomerEdison at Flemington with the hope that it will lead to a stakes race win later in the preparation. A former member of the Bjorn Baker stable, Edison makes his debut for the Ryan stable in the opening heat of the VRC-CRV Winter Championship Series… Read More »

  • Patience a virtue for John Allen

    John Allen will be aiming to improve on his imposing record in Derby races when he partners Detonator Jack at Morphettville. Already the winner of four South Australian Derby’s, Allen will be attempting a third straight win when he partners the Ciaron Maher & David Eustace – trained three-year-old in the 2500m race… Read More »

  • John O’Shea girls on target for Scone

    John O’Shea will be relying on girl power in the feature races at Scone on Saturday when he chases stakes success with two talented mares and a pair of promising fillies. O’Shea will be two-handed in the Group 3 Dark Jewel Classic (1400m) with last-start Hawkesbury Crown placegetter Fashchanel and… Read More »

  • Stamina the key with Snowalot

    John Sadler has only had Snowalot for a short period but knows one thing, the horse can stay. It is for that reason Snowalot will run in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes (2800m) at Flemington on Saturday which carries a $300,000 first prize cheque along with a Melbourne Cup ballot exemption. Sadler says there… Read More »

  • Prices’ Count on Rupee in Doomben 10,000

    A momentous afternoon awaits Count De Rupee and his trainers Robert and Luke Price if they can pull off a $1 million coup by winning the Doomben 10,000. For Count De Rupee, the race is a chance to showcase his wares against Everest contender Mazu, while for the father and… Read More »

  • Monegal’s date with destiny at Scone

    Sold for a bargain price at the Scone Yearling Sale, Monegal will come full circle when she returns to where it all began for a shot at the Group 3 Dark Jewel Classic. Theresa Bateup bought the daughter of Lope De Vega for just $3000 in 2017 and it has proven an… Read More »

  • Verry Elleegant to race on in France

    Verry Elleegant remains a chance to contest this year’s Arc de Triomphe after Thursday night’s shock announcement that she would be leaving the Chris Waller stable. Waller released a statement on behalf of the ownership group advising that the reigning Melbourne Cup heroine would be transferred to French trainer Francis-Henri Graffard with… Read More »

  • Import to line up at Flemington

    Hong Kong-based owner Edmund Lee has had Group 1 success with Lindsay Park, think dual Australian Cup winner Harlem and successive Newmarket Handicap victor Redkirk Warrior. That was when David Hayes was at the helm, but with Lindsay Park now in the care of Ben and JD Hayes, Lee has entrusted them… Read More »

  • Jarrad Noske to ride Samizdat in Roma Cup

    It took gentle persuasion and a little twisting of the arm, but the opportunity of riding in a major Group 3 race on a good horse was strong enough to coax Jarrad Noske back to riding. Noske has ridden sparingly since taking out a dual jockey-trainers license two years ago,… Read More »

  • Freedmans chase third Andrew Ramsden Stakes win

    Warning will attempt to continue the successful run of the Anthony and Sam Freedman stable in the Melbourne Cup qualifier at Flemington. Since the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes (2800m) gave the winner a ballot exemption into the Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m), the Freedman stable has won two of the three times… Read More »

  • Mark Walker looking for change of fortune in Doomben 10,000

    Te Akau Racing’s Mark Walker is hoping for a case of third time lucky when he saddles up high-class mare Entriviere in the $1 million Doomben 10,000 at Eagle Farm. Since taking over from the Hong Kong-bound Jamie Richards at the start of April, Walker has had two carnival runners in… Read More »

  • Butter Chicken back on the menu

    Entering last spring, Grahame Begg held high expectations for lightly raced mare Butter Chicken. The four-year-old had only three starts under the belt the previous autumn and following a maiden win at Pakenham went on to finish second in Group 2 company before a spell. After a sound first-up effort, Butter… Read More »

  • Stradbroke audition for resurgent Andermatt

    The Scone stand-alone meeting will be a fork in the road for Godolphin’s emerging sprinter Andermatt as James Cummings looks to test his distance credentials. The four-year-old has posted a brace of facile wins over 1100 metres since returning to racing as a gelding and Cummings is keen to see if… Read More »

  • Cliff Brown chasing fourth SA Derby win

    Trainer Cliff Brown will saddle his first South Australian Derby runner in 22 years when Yaphet runs in the Group 1 race at Morphettville. Blue Murder, in 2000, gave Brown his third winner in the Blue Riband event in five years following victories with Cheviot in 1996 and Markham in 1997…. Read More »

  • Weight no worry for John O’Shea’s Scone Cup pair

    John O’Shea is heading to the Scone Cup confident he has two live chances, even though both will need to set a weight-carrying record to win. The Randwick horseman saddles-up Berdibek, who will lump topweight of 59kg, and the in-form Kirwan’s Lane who has a kilo less. Only four of… Read More »

  • Mazu snapped up for The Everest

    On the eve of Mazu’s quest for a first Group 1 win in the Doomben 10,000, the emerging sprint star has been locked in for a start in the $15 million The Everest. Slot holders The Star and Arrowfield Stud announced on Wednesday night that they had struck a deal… Read More »

  • Triscari’s Premium Choice to return to racing

    Tony Triscari may not have held a trainer’s license for over two decades, but despite the long time off, he hasn’t forgotten how to prepare a winner. After a 22-year absence from the training game, Tony Triscari returned to the winner’s list with Premium Choice, a comfortable winner at Ascot on… Read More »


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