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Horse Racing News

  • Jamaea ramps up Magic Millions Guineas preparations

    Tommy Berry has made a rare trip to Kembla Grange to test Jamaea in a barrier trial and his feedback has only fuelled trainer Luke Price’s belief that the filly has returned better than ever. An $8 equal favourite for next month’s $2 million Magic Millions Guineas (1400m) at the Gold Coast,… Read More »

     
  • Jack and Maca set to debut for Annabel Neasham

    Two former Kiwis will make their Sydney debuts for Annabel Neasham at Randwick and their new trainer is optimistic both can pay their way. Lightning Jack is an acceptor for the Group 2 Villiers Stakes (1600m) but after drawing barrier 18, he is likely to instead take his place in Saturday’s Catanach’s… Read More »

     
  • Australian trailblazer Choisir dies

    Choisir, who opened the eyes of the English at Royal Ascot to the ability of Australian sprinters, has died aged 22. The son of Danehill Dancer was a pioneer for future Australian-trained sprinters when he headed to the UK under the care of his Newcastle conditioner Paul Perry in 2003 to claim the King’s Stand Stakes (1000m) and the Golden Jubilee Stakes (1200m) double at the Royal Ascot meeting…. Read More »

     
  • Melbourne autumn campaign ruled out for star trio

    Peters and co-trainers Grant and Alana Williams created WA racing history on Saturday by becoming the first to claim Ascot’s three Group 1s. Western Empire took out the Railway Stakes by a brilliant four lengths, Graceful Girl descended from the clouds to win the Winterbottom Stakes and Regal Power returned to his best… Read More »

     
  • Top three-year-old’s campaign cut short

    Michael Campbell says he won’t be taking any risks with his stable pinup after he felt the effects of his spectacular victory at Belmont last Wednesday. Bitofmerit appeared to have the job ahead of him when he turned for home next to last, but underlined his class with a sizzling sprint over… Read More »

     
  • Ryan and Alexiou to play a strong hand in Villiers Stakes

    The Rosehill-based training combination of Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou are set to feature prominently in this Saturday’s Group 2 Villiers at Royal Randwick. Chris Waller aside, it’s pretty rare air for one stable to have the top two in betting in a Group 2 race, but that’s exactly what… Read More »

     
  • Joy Too All on path to the Magic Millions Country Cup

    Lightly raced Joy Too All will be out to take a claim for next month’s Magic Millions Country Cup when she starts at Ipswich on Wednesday. Trainer David Vandyke has pencilled in the $250,000 feature over 1200 metres on January 8 – a week before the gala Magic Millions Raceday… Read More »

     
  • Prize money hike for the Alister Clark Stakes

    An increase in prize money for the Alister Clark Stakes should see Victoria’s best middle distance three-year-olds in competition at The Valley. Sydney’s Autumn Carnival is not expected to see Victoria’s best middle distance three-year-old’s until later in the autumn after an announcement of a prize money hike for the Alister Clark Stakes…. Read More »

     
  • Nominations open for 2022 All-Star Mile

    Nominations are open for Australia’s only ‘fan-voted’ and world’s richest mile race, the All-Star Mile. Coming up for its fourth edition, the $5 million race reverts to Flemington and will run on March 19. Nominations opened from Tuesday through until January 10 with a once off entry fee of $500 with the proceeds going to the Royal Children’s Hospital Good… Read More »

     
  • Capriccio to tackle the Kensington Stakes

    Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman is hoping to use a recently introduced Summer Sprint Series to his advantage with lightly raced mare Capriccio. Already with a nice bank roll after eight starts that has netted Capriccio two victories, Bowman is chasing an important ‘black type’ win for the daughter of I Am Invincible. Capriccio kicks… Read More »

     
  • Racing returns to Royal Randwick

    Group racing returns to Randwick for the first time since the spring carnival with the Villiers Stakes spearheading a strong ten race program. Headlined by the Group 2 Villiers Stakes (1600m), Saturday’s program will also include the Listed Inglis Nursery (1000m), Razor Sharp Handicap (1200m) and Christmas Cup (2400m). Fresh… Read More »

     
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  • Fairytale story comes full circle at Wagga

    The dreamers, the story-tellers, the poets among us in the racing industry all believe that the game’s results are written in the stars. It’s theatre for the viewers. Well, perhaps we get to see that theme played out at Wagga Wagga today when the maiden galloper PRINCE NICCONI (Nicconi –… Read More »

     
  • Snowdens on weather watch ahead of the Villiers Stakes

    The lingering wet weather in Sydney is the only concern for trainers Peter and Paul Snowden ahead of I Am Superman ‘s Villiers Stakes bid. The gelding’s best form is on firm tracks and with rain and storms again on the radar for the bulk of next week, the Snowdens have their… Read More »

     
  • Morrissy set to start in the Summer Sprint Series

    The creation of a Summer Sprint Series has enticed the Leon and Troy Corstens stable to start capable sprinter Morrissy in the opening leg at Flemington. The Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) on Saturday kicks off the series of four races which carry a total of $1 million in prize money. Following Saturday’s opening leg, the series… Read More »

     
  • Top Queensland jockey rushed to hospital

    Leading Queesnalnd rider Boris Thornton was rushed to hospital after his well-tried mount SHOOTING FOR GOLD (Shooting To Win – Amber’s Crown) went off in the gates. In rare scenes punters and viewers held their collective breaths when the horse just reared in the gates, panicked and tried to flip… Read More »

     
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  • Summer Cup goal for Snowden import Huetor

    Former French galloper Huetor will head to the Group 3 Summer Cup on Boxing Day after overcoming a number of hurdles to post an outstanding win. Sluggish to begin, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained gelding settled well back in a moderately run race and had a mountain of work to do to… Read More »

     
  • Jamie Kah back a winner in the Pakenham Cup

    After a three-month stint on the sidelines following her part in the infamous Mornington Airbnb Five, Jamie Kah has got on the board on her second day of riding. And she picked the right race to get back into winning form, guiding the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Smokin’ Romans to victory in the Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) on Saturday. Kah returned… Read More »

     
  • Defiant Dancer doubles up at Pakenham

    Defiant Dancer has kept his record intact on his home track at Pakenham with a decisive win in the David Bourke Memorial Handicap. The Phillip Stokes-trained galloper won at the corresponding meeting 12 months ago over 1000m before graduating to city company. Camped on the speed to provide Madison Lloyd a race-to-race… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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