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  • Phar Lap Stakes decision pending for Spend

    If Spend bypasses the Group Two Phar Lap Stakes at Rosehill, it will not be because his trainers are afraid to take on gun fillies Funstar and Probabeel. Co-trainer Michael Hawkes says they will decide as late as possible if Spend makes the trip to Sydney for Saturday’s Group Two… Read More »

     
  • Sunlight closing in on racing return

    Star sprinter Sunlight will take the next step towards her comeback from injury when she runs in a jump-out at Flemington. Sunlight will go around in an 800m jump-out on Friday morning with co-trainer Tony McEvoy saying the multiple Group One-winning mare will not be over-extended. Four-year-old Sunlight had surgery… Read More »

     
  • Hanseatic impresses in trial ahead of Golden Slipper

    Golden Slipper fancy Hanseatic has had his first look at Sydney with jockey Kerrin McEvoy putting the colt through his paces in a barrier trial. The Blue Diamond Stakes runner-up settled midfield in the 1045-metre heat at Randwick, pulling his way up to join the leaders on the home turn…. Read More »

     
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  • 2YO’s race for remaining spots in Golden Slipper field

    Talented juvenile Philizzy has recovered from a minor setback in time to have a last-ditch attempt to force her way into the $3.5 million Golden Slipper. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly will take her place in the Magic Night Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday, her first start in over a… Read More »

     
  • Grey Missile to again prove toughness in Goldmarket Handicap

    Former top country sprinter Grey Missile will need to call on his renowned toughness to win his first Goldmarket Handicap and give his owners a second victory in the Gold Coast feature. Grey Missile is owned by a group headed by North Queensland’s Tom Hedley which also races Tyzone, the… Read More »

     
  • Wet a worry for leading Inglis Dash contender

    John Sadler has 500,000 reasons to run Sartorial Splendor in the Inglis Dash at Caulfield but is unsure what the colt will deliver. Sartorial Splendor is second favourite for Saturday’s 1100m Inglis Dash in which he carries top weight of 59.5kg in the race restricted to three-year-olds. Sadler has previously… Read More »

     
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  • Sylvia’s Mother on song for Coolmore Classic

    There is likely to be some singing and dancing from the owners of Sylvia’s Mother if she can win the Group One Coolmore Classic at Rosehill. The Team Hawkes mare is raced by owner-breeders Rob and Pam Crosby and named after the hit 1970s song by Dr Hook & The… Read More »

     
  • Eric The Eel to press G1 claims at the Gold Coast

    Caloundra gelding Eric The Eel has a tough final test as he tries to earn an Australian Derby start at the Gold Coast. Eric The Eel won his last start in a 1600m-Plate race at Doomben but faces a big step up in class in the Gold Coast Quality (1800m)…. Read More »

     
  • So Si Bon up for the challenge in All Star Mile

    Having gained a start in the $5 million All-Star Mile at Caulfield, So Si Bon can put his hand up for a major share of the prize money. So Si Bon gained the last spot in Saturday’s 15-horse All Star Mile field which contains 10 Group One winners. First prize… Read More »

     
  • Danceteria ready to step up in Sky High Stakes

    Kris Lees got the recipe right with Mustajeer first-up but he admits he is still learning about stablemate and fellow European import Danceteria. The pair form part of a three-pronged stable assault on Saturday’s Group Three Sky High Stakes (2000m) at Rosehill, along with another Australian Bloodstock syndication, Attention Run…. Read More »

     
  • Michael Costa chasing Goldmarket Handicap win

    Gold Coast trainer Michael Costa is hoping Malahide can give jockey Michael Cahill his first stakes winner in his comeback from injury. The mare will join her stablemate and last-start winner Manaya in Saturday’s Listed Goldmarket Handicap (1300m) at the Gold Coast. Cahill returned last Saturday from four months on… Read More »

     
  • NSW jockey taken to hospital after trackwork fall

    Jockey Paul Payne was dislodged during Kempsey trackwork on Thursday morning (12th March). Paul was transported to Kempsey Hospital by ambulance with back pain and has been taken off his engagements at Taree races on Friday. Jockey Paul Payne was dislodged during Kempsey trackwork this morning. Paul was transported to… Read More »

     
  • Danny Nikolic’s jockey application review refused

    Controversial former jockey Danny Nikolic has lost his latest bid for a riding licence in Queensland. Nikolic sought an internal review of the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission refusal of his application for a licence to ride at provincial meetings. The internal reviewer refused the application this week and Nikolic is… Read More »

     
  • Bigger, stronger Talented wins at Sandown

    Talented has lived up to her name with a first-up Sandown midweek win that may lead the filly to better races during the autumn. The Peter and Paul Snowden stable held high expectations for the filly during the spring, but immaturity counted against her. Andrew Angelone, in charge of the… Read More »

     
  • Trainers, jockeys welcome cuts to race meetings

    Trainers and jockeys have applauded a Racing Victoria initiative to ease the burden on key industry figures. RV will trial in the next two seasons a race and trial-free week during July, no race meeting on Christmas Eve while an earlier finishing time for night meetings will start next month…. Read More »

     
  • Three Phase causes the boilover of the season

    Blinkers have contributed to Three Phase causing one of the biggest boilovers of the season at Doomben. The race was expected to be an easy win for favourite Minjee who was backed from $1.75 into $1.28. However, Minjee was caught three deep for the entire race and tired to finish… Read More »

     
  • Tom Marquand returns to test Golden Slipper prospect

    Jockey Tom Marquand has been a golden boy for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace and the co-trainers are banking on his magic touch to help qualify Prague for the Golden Slipper. The UK-based Marquand enjoyed a successful summer stint in Sydney, landing a winning double for the stable aboard Away… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup eye-catcher out for the year

    Melbourne Cup placegetter Il Paradiso will not race again this year after suffering a tendon strain. Trainer Chris Waller advised Racing NSW stewards on Wednesday that the horse had been spelled and would take no part in the Sydney autumn carnival, or the spring in Melbourne. The injury was described… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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