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Horse Racing News

  • Owners get Standish wish with Lonrockstar

    John Sadler is hoping the owners of Lonrockstar are proven correct with their insistence the sprinter runs in a stakes race at Flemington. Lonrockstar was scratched from the William Hill Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday to run in Sunday’s Group Three Standish Handicap. His trainer thought the Moonee Valley… Read More »

     
  • Corey Brown returning home from Singapore

    Corey Brown is returning to Australia after a three-and-a-half year riding stint in Singapore. The 2009 Melbourne Cup-winning jockey has cited family reasons for his return. Brown had been granted a year-long licence for the 2017 season in Singapore which begins on Sunday. However Brown won’t be able to ride… Read More »

     
  • Bayliss Sydney-bound for ride on Iggi Pop

    Melbourne apprentice Regan Bayliss has answered a call from Peter Robl to take a lightweight ride in a stakes race at Randwick. Bayliss will ride the Robl-trained stayer Iggi Pop in the Listed Tattersall’s Club Cup (2400m) on Monday. The apprentice, who outrode his claim at Flemington on December 17… Read More »

     
  • Nathan Day to cement metropolitan return

    Comeback jockey Nathan Day has been rewarded for his recent good form with the key ride on veteran Steel Zip at Eagle Farm. Nine-year-old Steel Zip is having his major lead-up to the $1 million Magic Millions QTIS race in the Buffering Quality at Doomben on Saturday. The Buffering carries… Read More »

     
  • Pride hopes muscle prevails at Canterbury

    It’s been almost two years since Ball Of Muscle won a race and his trainer admits he has been disappointed by his recent form. Joe Pride is looking for a turnaround in the Listed Canterbury Classic (1200m) on Saturday with a sprinter he knows has the ability to perform at… Read More »

     
  • Standish penalty a concern for McCarthy

    Caulfield trainer Brendan McCarthy doesn’t get too many opportunities to have a live chance in a race at stakes level. McCarthy has the $2.60 favourite Divine Mr Artie engaged in the Group Three Standish Handicap at Flemington but the trainer may risk the chance of a rare feature race win… Read More »

     
  • Barrier no bar for Sold For Song

    Trainer Kevin Kemp isn’t worried by the wide barrier for smart mare Sold For Song as she attempts to earn a Magic Millions day startt. He is, however, wary of the powerful Gai Waterhouse-Adrian Bott stable which has dual Group One winner Global Glamor in Saturday’s Listed Nudgee Quality (1200m)… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian sprinter travels for Valley run

    With the Tasmanian summer carnival starting to warm up, trainer Adam Trinder has decided on a trip to Melbourne for Silver Bolt. A seven-time winner from 17 starts in Tasmania, Silver Bolt makes his Melbourne debut in the Quest Moonee Valley Handicap on Saturday. Trinder is no stranger to success… Read More »

     
  • Most Important faces weighty problem

    A big hike in weight is the main stumbling block between sprinter Most Important and a $500,000 bonus at Eagle Farm. Most important won the first two legs of the Brisbane summer sprint crown, the Group Three George Moore Stakes and the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes. The gelding contests the… Read More »

     
  • Hayes surprised at Oscietra’s price on debut

    Lindsay Park senior trainer David Hayes admits to being surprised that Black Caviar’s daughter Oscietra is an odds-on favourite for her debut race at Flemington. Oscietra will contest the New Year Plate (1000m) on Sunday with the filly at $1.50 in early markets. “I hope they’re right but I am… Read More »

     
  • Hayes confident Oscietra will handle the pressure

    David Hayes has failed to shy away from the hype and speculation on the debut of Black Caviar’s first foal, Oscietra. Speaking to the media this morning Hayes said the pressure of raceday wouldn’t effect the filly. “I think she’ll cope with the pressure of raceday,” says Hayes. “I’d hate her to flop, but… Read More »

     
  • Standish farce to bring a policy change

    The farcical situation where all 11 runners in the Standish Handicap are to carry the same weight will hopefully be avoided in the future. Weights were raised 4kg at acceptance time on Thursday meaning all horses in the Group Three race at Flemington will carry 58kg. Original topweight Lucky Hussler… Read More »

     
  • Annus Mirabilis to back up in the Bagot

    Stuart Webb will delay giving Annus Mirabilis a break in the hope he can pick up a stakes race at Flemington. Bought for a jumping career, Annus Mirabilis was successful over 2400m at Sandown last week with Webb announcing the gelding would be spelled. But the trainer had already nominated… Read More »

     
  • Canterbury stopover for Miss Wonderland

    The performance of Miss Wonderland at Canterbury will determine what race she tackles at the rich Magic Millions race day. The Melbourne-trained filly is making a stopover en route to the Gold Coast to contest the New Year’s Eve Handicap (1250m) on Saturday. Trainer Ciaron Maher has the option to… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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