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  • Alligator Blood the raging Vo Rogue Plate favourite

    A positive weather forecast for cooler conditions means Alligator Blood will take his place in the Group Three Vo Rogue Plate at Eagle Farm. Trainer David Vandyke had been undecided about a start in Saturday’s Vo Rogue (1400m) after Alligator Blood won the Gold Edition Plate first-up at Eagle Farm… Read More »

  • Ef Troop short priced favourite for Christmas Stakes

    Having already claimed a black-type race in Adelaide for the McEvoy stable, Ef Troop will now try to add a Melbourne win to his resume. Ef Troop was successful in the Listed Christmas Handicap at Morphettville on December 14 at his second start for Tony and Calvin McEvoy and on… Read More »

  • Tarzan out to join some weight-carrying stars

    Track specialist Tarzan will join some weight-carrying stars if he can again win at the Sunshine Coast. Tarzan is a track and distance specialist having won nine times and been placed five from 15 runs over the Sunshine Coast 1000m. He has earned his top weight of 65kg on Thursday… Read More »

  • Black Caviar’s son retired from racing

    Black Caviar’s son Prince Of Caviar has been retired from racing after just six starts. The son of Black Caviar by Sebring had six starts for the one win and three placings with earnings of just over $36,000. Mumbles takes down son of Black Caviar, Prince Of Caviar in his… Read More »

  • Leading vet slams Racing Victoria stewards

    Leading English vet, Pete Ramzan, has absolutely slammed the Racing Victoria stewards who scratched MARMELO from the Melbourne Cup, last month. You may recall, last year’s runner up was sensationally withdrawn a few days prior to this year’s race, and it created a firestorm, with Marmelo’s connections, particularly his trainer… Read More »

  • Another Caulfield trainer set to leave

    With Caulfield to close as a training centre, Henry Dwyer is the latest to choose Ballarat as his new home. Dwyer last week began excavation works on a private training facility next to the Ballarat racecourse. It will incorporate a 1000m-sand track, a 26-horse barn, 14 walk-in, walk-out yards, day… Read More »

  • Track rider suffers multiple fractures

    Track rider Henry Kerehi has suffered multiple fractures in a fall at Randwick. Kerehi was taken to Prince of Wales Hospital after the fall on Saturday morning with trainer Jim Lee saying he had broken his right shoulder and collarbone. The rider has also suffered fractures to his ribs, a… Read More »

  • Maclairey could back up at The Valley

    Trainer Pat Carey will see how the week unfolds before committing Maclairey to a start at The Valley. Maclairey has been nominated for the 2040m-handicap at The Valley on Saturday after sharing the prize with Danon Roman in the Yarra Valley Cup last Friday. Danon Roman is nominated for Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Illustrious Lad to get a kick out of the bend

    While Illustrious Lad’s straight track record is solid, his new trainer Matthew Williams is looking forward to seeing the sprinter racing around a bend. Illustrious Lad gets that chance on Thursday in the Listed Christmas Stakes at Caulfield, his second outing for Warrnambool-based Williams who replaced Peter Gelagotis. Illustrious Lad… Read More »

  • Alward set to bounce back in Summer Cup

    Alward will revert to his favourite distance of 2000 metres in the Summer Cup after another defeat over longer. The Chris Waller-trained import has yet to win in 11 attempts beyond 2000m but has seven wins at the distance of Thursday’s Listed Summer Cup at Randwick. His most recent victory… Read More »

  • James McDonald to join NZ Hall of Fame

    Premier Sydney jockey James McDonald is to be honoured in his home country where he will become the youngest person inducted to the New Zealand Racing Hall of Fame. The 27-year-old, who will be inducted in early May, will join 16 other jockeys in the NZ Hall of Fame. “I… Read More »

  • Werribee to take over a Ballarat meeting

    A Ballarat meeting has been transferred to Werribee to give drainage work extra time to settle. Significant work was done on the drainage during Ballarat’s annual track renovation and it will not be ready for the January 19 meeting. Along with the renovation, work was done on a section of… Read More »

  • Maher/Eustace chase third Magic Millions Classic starter

    The in-form Ciaron Maher/David Eustace training partnership can assure itself a third Magic Millions 2YO Classic runner with Amish Boy at Eagle Farm. Amish Boy is one of 18 entries for Saturday’s Group Three BJ McLachlan Stakes (1200m), a race which is a last chance for several horses to qualify… Read More »

  • Wangaratta abandoned because of poor air

    Poor air quality has resulted in a second Victorian meeting being abandoned in the past week. The cancellation of the Wangaratta meeting on Monday follows Bairnsdale being called off last Wednesday because of poor air quality. Conditions in Wangaratta were clear on Sunday evening, but smoke haze from bushfires in… Read More »

  • Neds becomes major partner of Blue Diamond Stakes

    The freshest and most exciting brand in Australian wagering will make its trackside debut in January, with Melbourne Racing Club (MRC) announcing an exciting evolution in the relationship with GVC Australia, a major partner of the Club for more than four years through its brand Ladbrokes. Ladbrokes-branded assets will transition… Read More »

  • Lys Gracieux and Damian Lane win Arima Kinen

    Cox Plate winner Lys Gracieux has capped an amazing year for Australian jockey Damian Lane by winning the Grade One Arima Kinen at Nakayama. Having her final race before she heads to the broodmare barn, Lys Gracieux came out of the pack late to claim what was in the end… Read More »

  • Tamarack tuned up for the Summer Cup

    Trainer Joe Pride has given Tamarack an extra few days after a trip to Brisbane to prepare for the Summer Cup. Tamarack ran third over 1800m at Eagle Farm on December 14 and had been entered at Randwick on a seven-day back-up. He was scratched on Saturday and will instead… Read More »

  • Trainers upset by controversial decision for late nominations

    As many as a dozen late additions are expected for the the next Eagle Farm meeting after a controversial decision to re-open nominations. Christmas and Boxing Day public holidays fall in the middle of the week which means nominations for Saturday’s meeting closed on Friday. Several interstate trainers missed the… Read More »

  • Gytrash back from knee injury

    Smart Adelaide sprinter Gytrash is back in work after missing a spring campaign because of a knee injury. Trainer Gordon Richards hopes to target Melbourne’s rich autumn sprint races with the four-year-old but will not lock in a program until he assesses the gelding in the early stages of his… Read More »

  • Michael Cahill’s comeback delayed again

    Top Brisbane jockey Michael Cahill is hoping to be back riding by late January after having another setback in his recovery from a broken foot. Cahill, who won two Group One races in the winter carnival, was leading the Brisbane metropolitan premiership before being injured in October He struck his… Read More »

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