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Horse Racing News

  • Nick Hall sidelined with hip problem

    Jockey Nick Hall faces the possibility of a year on the sidelines with a hip injury which requires surgery. Hall has previously had surgery on his left hip but his right one is now the problem. The surgery may not take place until May and with recovery and rehabilitation it… Read More »

     
  • Darren Weir learns from deeds of Limestone

    Darren Weir admits he’s learning a bit more about two-year-old racing through the deeds of Limestone. The youngster runs in the Group Two Blue Diamond Prelude for fillies at Caulfield on Saturday and will need to win for connections to pay a $55,000 late entry fee into the 2017 Blue… Read More »

     
  • Connections cool ahead of Winx return

    Trainer Chris Waller and jockey Hugh Bowman are keeping their cool ahead of Winx’s return at Randwick where temperatures are expected to reach record highs for February. The Australian Turf Club will have measures in place on Saturday for the comfort of racegoers as well as the horses as the… Read More »

     
  • Mallyon hoping for Super win at Caulfield

    Katelyn Mallyon has played her part at the launch of Melbourne’s Festival of Racing, riding former star sprinter Apache Cat on the sand at St Kilda Beach. On Saturday the jockey is also hoping to make an impact on the track on the opening day of the carnival when she… Read More »

     
  • Winx’s sibling entered for Caulfield

    On the same day champion Winx takes centre stage in her return to racing at Randwick, her younger half-brother El Divino could also chase a feature race win in Melbourne. El Divino is entered for Saturday’s Group Two Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield which will be run 15 minutes after Winx… Read More »

     
  • Third disqualification for Karakatsanis

    Already training on a stay of proceedings over two disqualifications, Con Karakatsanis has been banned for a third offence. The Warwick Farm trainer was outed for 12 months after an inquiry on Thursday when he was found guilty of giving a raceday treatment to Howmuchdoyouloveme. The sprinter was withdrawn from… Read More »

     
  • Michael Murphy to make Saturday debut

    Promising apprentice Michael Murphy is set to make his Saturday Brisbane riding debut at Doomben. The 19-year-old is indentured to former champion jockey Chris Munce and rated one of the best prospects among Queensland’s provincial standard apprentices. He will ride the Paul Facoory-trained Uno Best who is one of the… Read More »

     
  • Divine right three-year-old in Orr contest

    Divine Prophet kicks off his autumn campaign at Caulfield with his co-trainer declaring him a bigger and stronger version than the one seen in the spring. Wayne Hawkes, who trains in partnership with his father John and brother Michael, says Divine Prophet has grown 15cm since winning the Group One… Read More »

     
  • Heat to decide whether Banda Spice starts

    Brisbane’s hot conditions will determine whether Banda Spice gets the chance to continue trainer Stuart Kendrick’s outstanding season. The forecast is for a top of 35 in Brisbane on Saturday and Kendrick is one of several trainers who have expressed worries should the mercury go higher.. Banda Spice is scheduled… Read More »

     
  • G1 winning trainer banned for 12 months

    Group 1 winning trainer Con Karakatsanis has been banned for 12 months for charges of administering a horse on raceday. Racing NSW stewards have handed the dual Group 1 winning trainer a 12 month disqualification for administering Howmuchdoyouloveme prior to racing at Randwick in September last year. Stewards had found… Read More »

     
  • Qld stewards adjourn handling inquiry

    Queensland jockey Luke Rolls’ ride on American Diva at Eagle Farm has come under scrutiny from stewards. The mare was last coming to the turn in a 1000m-race on Wednesday but ran on strongly to finish fourth. Chairman of stewards Martin Knibbs said his panel had concerns about Rolls’ ride… Read More »

     
  • Nick Hall faces a year on the sidelines

    Jockey Nick Hall faces a year on the sidelines with a recurring hip injury which needs further surgery. After receiving the news this week, Hall was forced to relinquish the ride on his Caulfield Cup-winning mount Jameka in Saturday’s Group One Orr Stakes. Hall’s manager Reece Murphy told RSN 927,… Read More »

     
  • Collett and Schofield to ride over minimum

    Jockeys Jason Collett and Glyn Schofield have been given permission to ride above the minimum 53kg in Group Three races at Randwick. Collett will be half a kilogram over on the Kim Waugh-trained Supreme Effort in Saturday’s Southern Cross Stakes and the Kris Lees-trained Zestful in the Triscay Stakes. Schofield… Read More »

     
  • Spell for Hot Seat after Sandown success

    A lot of hard work has finally paid dividends for father and son country trainers Brian and Ash McKnight at Sandown. A seven-run campaign with Hot Seat finally bore fruit when the gelding was successful in the Thoroughbred Club Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday. Craig Williams rode Hot Seat when he… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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