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  • Guardini gets first Australian win in G3

    Guardini’s first win in Australia has given trainer Lee Freedman something to celebrate at Randwick. Malaguerra was a disappointing sixth in the Group One All Aged Stakes in the major race on the card. But Guardini, who has raced in France, Germany and the United States, gave the Freedman stable… Read More »

     
  • English wins last G1 race of Sydney autumn

    It wouldn’t be a Sydney autumn without Gai Waterhouse training a Group One winner. But she cut it fine, waiting until Saturday and the All Aged Stakes to put her name on the honour roll with English in the final Group One race of the carnival at Randwick. Runner-up to… Read More »

     
  • Miss Promiscuity sprints to Caulfield win

    Miss Promiscuity has beaten a field that included a Newmarket Handicap winner to cap a successful day for Lindsay Park. The mare’s victory in Saturday’s $250,000 VOBIS Gold Sprint brought up a Caulfield treble for Lindsay Park trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig after two-year-old Valliano claimed the $150,000 VOBIS… Read More »

     
  • Sears makes right Choice in Weetwood win

    Much-travelled galloper Choice Bro helped trainer Tony Sears fulfil a training ambition when he stormed home to win the $150,000 Listed Weetwood Handicap. Sears went to Toowoomba on Saturday with three runners in the race and Choice Bro ($15) was the outsider of the trio. However, Choice Bro, who finished… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate hits right note in sprint

    Jockey Brenton Avdulla thought Music Magnate had been beaten in the Hall Mark Stakes. How happy he was to be wrong. Music Magnate’s head bobbed to fend off the fast-finishing Knoydart and win the Group Three race at Randwick on Saturday. The judge took his time separating the pair and… Read More »

     
  • Bengal Cat books Adelaide trip for Oaks

    John Sadler harbours concerns Bengal Cat may struggle at 2000m but his son holds no such fears after her all-the-way win at Caulfield. Bengal Cat booked a trip to Adelaide for the Australasian Oaks (2000m) at Morphettville next month with her win in the VOBIS Gold Reef on Saturday when… Read More »

     
  • QLD trainer banned over meth positive

    Queensland trainer Greg Wehlow has been disqualified from training for six months after a horse in his care ‘Island Tang’ returned a positive sample to amphetamine and methamphetamine. Island Tang who was heavily backed and subsequently won the maiden at Mackay on October has also been disqualified from the race…. Read More »

     
  • Honey Toast delivers for Toowoomba in Cup

    The weight of expectation as a hometown favourite wasn’t enough to stop tough stayer Honey Toast from winning the Toowoomba Cup. Honey Toast, backed from $3 to $1.80 favouritism, raced away to beat Iggi Pop ($13) by 1-1/2 lengths. Young trainer Ben Currie, 24, said he felt surprisingly relaxed going… Read More »

     
  • Red Bomber lame after Gold Mile victory

    Red Bomber was well-placed under the conditions of the VOBIS Gold Mile and the sprinter made it count as he defied a three-wide run to win the $250,000 race at Caulfield. But a post-race veterinary examination found the gelding pulled up lame in the near-fore leg. Trainer David Hayes said… Read More »

     
  • English captures All Aged Stakes for Gai

    The Gai Waterhouse-trained English has won the last Group One race of the Sydney autumn carnival. Taking on older horses at weight-for-age, English held off Black Heart Bart to claim the All Aged Stakes at Randwick on Saturday. The filly came from second last to join in at the 300m… Read More »

     
  • Yattarna runs rivals ragged in Group Three

    Having earned a brief reprieve from the spelling paddock, Yattarna has repaid her connections with a Group win at Randwick. Trainer James Cummings was disappointed with her last-start second in a metropolitan class race at Wyong but decided to extend her campaign to encompass Saturday’s JHB Carr Stakes (1400m). After… Read More »

     
  • Birchley team in form for winter carnival

    Trainer Liam Birchley is set to again figure in the Brisbane winter carnival two-year-old features after Crack Me Up scored an impressive win at Toowoomba. Crack Me Up ($4.80) was suited by a break-neck early pace and finished too strongly to beat Spot The Diff ($5) by 2-3/4 lengths in… Read More »

     
  • Prized Icon wins Group 1 Champagne Stakes

    Late-entry Prized Icon has given James Cummings his first Group One as a trainer in his own right. Backing up after winning the Fernhill Handicap last week, Prized Icon proved the superior stayer over an extended distance for two-year-olds in the Champagne Stakes at Randwick. In a race where New… Read More »

     
  • He’s Our Rokkii wins Frank Packer Plate

    He’s Our Rokkii’s win in the Frank Packer Plate might mean he has to wait a bit longer before he heads to a spelling paddock. A solid victory in the 2000m Frank Packer Plate made it back-to-back Group Three wins for He’s Our Rokkii at Randwick on Saturday. Now trainer… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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