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  • Holstein is shaping as an astute purchase

    Snitzel gelding Holstein is shaping as an astute purchase for the Matthew Dunn stable based on his tough debut victory at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Holstein debuted in the Yarraman Easter Yearlings 2YO Maiden Handicap (1200m) at Warwick Farm on Wednesday following two encouraging Rosehill trials. The Matthew Dunn-trained gelding… Read More »

  • $500,000 The Coast the target for Le Gai Soleil

    Feature racing awaits Le Gai Soleil this autumn after the mare gave trainer John O’Shea a winning double at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. First up since the spring, Le Gai Soleil produced a convincing success resuming in the Sky Racing Active Benchmark 78 3YO+ Handicap (1400m) at Warwick Farm. Winning… Read More »

  • Classique Legend suffers HK setback will return to Australia

    Just when it appeared Classique Legend was set to show his true colours in Hong Kong with a scheduled return to racing on Easter Monday, a bleed at trackwork this morning has changed everything for the 2020 The Everest winner. Both trainer Casper Fownes and jockey Zac Purton had been… Read More »

  • WA Thoroughbred Regional Racing to receive prizemoney boost

    Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) is pleased to announce an annual boost of $878,000 in prizemoney for outer thoroughbred regional racetracks from May 2021. The announcement is the third phase of RWWA’s thoroughbred stakes strategy to deliver greater financial returns to owners and trainers. The Carnarvon Race Club’s season… Read More »

  • Personal in top shape for Vinery Stud Stakes

    VRC Oaks winner Personal could not be in better shape as she chases a second Group 1 victory in the Vinery Stud Stakes at Rosehill. Tom Dabernig, who trains Personal in partnership with his cousin Ben Hayes, said Personal was bursting out of her skin ahead of Saturday’s 2000m race… Read More »

  • Stuart Kendrick hoping it will be a Happy Easter

    Stuart Kendrick is out to continue a winning pattern when he saddles Kenny Boy and Vetta Velocita in the Happy Easter from the BRC QTIS 2YO (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Four weeks back, Kendrick had The Stifmeister land a narrow win in the Saturday metropolitan two-year-old at Eagle… Read More »

  • Desleigh Forster Chase’s carnival riches with Apache

    Desleigh Forster suggests it would be wise for punters to be totally forgiving of Apache Chase’s failure in the rich QTIS Jewel as he returns to his favourite track at Eagle Farm on Saturday. The Queensland Guineas Day 1 May Handicap has only attracted six acceptors, but it shapes as… Read More »

  • Mr Quickie given tough task in G3 Victoria Handicap

    The extreme outside barrier in the Group 3 Victoria Handicap at Caulfield will make for a tougher assignment for multiple Group 1 winner Mr Quickie. The rain came to ruin Mr Quickie’s hopes in The All-Star Mile and a poor barrier draw has dented his chances in the Group 3… Read More »

  • Zerelle collects consolation win at Sandown

    Having missed the major two-year-old races in Melbourne, Zerelle has collected a nice consolation prize with his maiden win at Sandown. The Trent Busuttin And Natalie Young stable registered a long overdue metropolitan juvenile win when Zerelle was successful at Sandown on Wedenesday. Zerelle’s victory in the Ladbrokes Odds Boost… Read More »

  • Time called on G1 winners career

    South Australian trainer Will Clarken has called an end to the career of Group 1 winning sprinter Bella Vella. With travel from NSW to South Australia and then Queensland considered too much for Group 1 winning mare Bella Vella, her trainer Will Clarken has called an end to her racing… Read More »

  • Noel Callow set to start Queensland riding stint

    Punters looking through the fields for Toowoomba tomorrow night probably did a double take when they spotted the name Noel Callow amongst the jockeys’ names for the second race on the card. A night meeting at Toowoomba is a long way from anywhere punters are used to seeing Callow in… Read More »

  • Classique Legend set to turn HK form around

    Zac Purton has given the Classique Legend, the 2020 The Everest winner for trainer Les Bridge, a big thumbs up as the big grey prepares for his return to action at Sha Tin on Easter Monday in the Group 2 Sprint Cup over 1200m. Classique Legend left Australia’s shores for… Read More »

  • Tyrone Coyle getting the best out of Prince Aurelius

    The story behind Prince Aurelius, the winner of the Provincial Championships Wyong Qualifier on Saturday, is quite an incredible tale as it relates to trainer Tyrone Coyle. The Kemble Grange based trainer only has one horse in his care and he managed to qualify it for the Provincial Championship Final… Read More »

  • The future of Sandown races are in doubt

    The future of Sandown as a racing venue is fast becoming a major topic of debate with the Melbourne Racing Club scheduled to brief Dandenong’s eleven councillors on April 16 on a formal rezoning plan which has been put together by the club. This comes more than two years after… Read More »

  • Arcadia Queen’s racing future in doubt

    Champion Western Australian mare Arcadia Queen may have run her last race following another injury setback. Arcadia Queen who was favourite with Sportsbet in Saturday’s Group Two Emancipation Stakes has been removed from the market after an injury setback with her racing future also in doubt. The star WA mare… Read More »

  • Star colts heading to the paddock

    The winners of two of Australia’s biggest juvenile races are heading to the paddock for well-earned spells ahead of their three-year-old campaigns. Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside and Blue Diamond victor Artorius will miss the remainder of the Sydney Autumn Carnival after their respective connections announced they were paddock bound…. Read More »

  • Trainer Brett Scott on the mend

    Good news from Kylie Scott, wife of trainer Brett Scott, is that her husband is on the mend and is ‘doing well’ in his recovery following a nasty accident at his Mornington property back on March 3. On that day Scott was kicked in the head by a horse. It… Read More »

  • Godolphin import ready to fire in Victoria Handicap

    Godolphin import Munitions is yet to set the world on fire but he may get that opportunity in the Group 3 Victoria Handicap at Caulfield on Saturday. The success of gallopers like Hartnell and Avilius on Australian shores has led to boosted numbers of imported Godolphin horses. While those gallopers… Read More »

  • Waterhouse and Bott produce another quality two-year-old

    The training partnership of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott produced the chestnut filly Chimes in excellent order and the two-year-old daughter of Snitzel did the rest under a perfect ride from Tim Clark to land her first career win on debut at Newcastle. Up with the speed early, Chimes was… Read More »

  • Hard work paying off for trainer Lauren Abbott

    We know most trainers generally do the hard yards anyway in terms of their commitment to the time and effort required to keep their business moving along, but every now and then they also have to deal with a curve ball that makes their task just that little bit more… Read More »

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