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  • John O’Shea set to step out spring carnival contenders

    After returning to the independent training ranks three years ago following his tenure at Godolphin, John O’Shea had to virtually start over. Rebuilding his stable from the ground up, patience was his best friend as he blooded a team of mostly young and inexperienced horses. But with 27 Sydney winners… Read More »

  • Makybe Diva’s daughter unbackable price to break maiden

    Three time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva has a daughter going around at Sale on Thursday and punters have heavily backed her at the short quote. Sublime Diva a daughter of Makybe Diva by stallion Brazen Beau will jump as the short priced favourite at Sale in the third race… Read More »

  • Joe Pride to skip a few grades with standout colt

    Usually conservative in the placement of his horses, trainer Joe Pride has skipped a few grades with maiden winner Torun in a sign of his regard for the unheralded colt. The three-year-old was a standout winner at Hawkesbury on debut, strolling to the post almost four lengths clear of his… Read More »

  • Peter Moody in good health heading into spring

    The career of comeback trainer Peter Moody came full circle with the victory of former New South Wales mare In Good Health at the Sandown Hillside track. The five-year-old carried the colours of the Ramsey family for whom Moody has trained from the start of his remarkable career. The trainer-owner… Read More »

  • Tom Sherry continues his flying start to the new season

    Apprentice Tom Sherry has continued his flying start to the new season with his first metropolitan double at Warwick Farm. Indentured to trainer Mark Newnham, the Irish-born Sherry has recently made the transition to town and earlier this month teamed with his boss to break his city maiden aboard Fulmina…. Read More »

  • Nash Rawiller to appeal careless riding ban

    Nash Rawiller has lodged an appeal against the severity of a careless riding suspension which threatens to rule him out of Sydney’s first Group One meeting. The top jockey was outed for seven meetings for his winning ride aboard Eduardo in the Missile Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday. It was… Read More »

  • Star studded Field for the PB Lawrence Stakes

    Spring is definitely in the air when you look at the field for this weekends Group Two PB Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield. The G2 PB Lawrence Stakes will highlight Caulfield’s meeting on Saturday and the race is packed full of quality horses with this years All Star Mile winner Regal… Read More »

  • Craig Williams returns to the fold at Caulfield

    In the lead-up to his return to riding at Caulfield, champion jockey Craig Williams has been reacquainting himself with some of his prospective spring stars. Williams has enjoyed an annual freshen up, although the first part of his three-week break included a suspension. He returns to the saddle at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Holyfield can send Annabel Neasham out a winner

    On the cusp of establishing her own stable, Annabel Neasham is hoping to end her tenure under the Maher and Eustace banner on a high when she saddles up Holyfield at Randwick. Neasham has successfully managed the Warwick Farm base of Victorian co-trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace over the… Read More »

  • Sydney off the menu for star NZ mare

    New Zealand Oaks winner Jennifer Eccles has been ruled out of the Sydney spring but connections have left the door open for a Melbourne preparation. Co-trainer Shaun Ritchie confirmed the mare would target Group One races closer to home in the short-term ahead of a possible 2020 Cox Plate bid…. Read More »

  • Victorian jockeys fined for not following COVID-19 protocols

    Victorian jockeys Michael Poy and Theo Nugent and stablehand Claira Chermside have been fined by stewards following an inquiry into a possible COVID breach. Racing Victoria Stewards have late today concluded an inquiry into the conduct of licensed apprentice jockeys Michael Poy and Teodore Nugent and registered stablehand Claira Chermside… Read More »

  • Wet track to level Up And Coming Stakes field

    The prospect of the Up And Coming Stakes being staged on the lowest level of the track rating spectrum may be a contributing factor to the race attracting just thirteen nominations. However, history points to a future star emerging from the Randwick entries. The Group Three race has been a… Read More »

  • Regan Bayliss set for new start in Sydney

    Group One winning jockey Regan Bayliss has made the move to Sydney to try and reinvigorate his riding career. Regan Bayliss rode the Lindsay Park trained Redkirk Warrior to three Group One wins before taking up a riding stint in Hong Kong. Bayliss returned to Australia in January where he… Read More »

  • COVID-19 to impact Chris Waller’s Victorian numbers

    Chris Waller is set to have a more subdued presence during the early part of the Melbourne spring as he monitors the pandemic situation in Victoria. The champion Sydney-based trainer would ordinarily have a team kicking off their carnival preparations in the southern capital. But with Victoria under stage four… Read More »

  • Quick Thinker set for Sydney spring return

    Murray Baker will target the early spring carnival races in Sydney with two of his stable stars, led by Australian Derby winner Quick Thinker. The New Zealand horseman, who trains in partnership with Andrew Forsman, confirmed both Quick Thinker and Sydney Cup runner-up The Chosen One were being readied to… Read More »

  • Rothfire has The Everest in his sights

    Rothfire has sailed through his first serious test this campaign with a runaway win in a Doomben barrier trial. With regular rider Jim Byrne aboard, Rothfire began brilliantly to lead Tuesday’s 840m heat and win by 2-1/2 lengths without being extended in the run to the line. The gelding recorded… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Star Queenslander sends a big statement to rivals

    Star Queensland galloper Rothfire has returned with an easy trial win at Doomben on Tuesday morning suggesting he is going to be hard to beat in any races he contests during the Spring. Rothfire was having his first public race track appearance since winning the G1 JJ Atkins Plate by… Read More »

  • Newgate Farm’s star miler a Brutal blow for competition

    “Brutal is just one of those extra special horses that showed rare talent from day one,” said Hall of Fame trainer John Hawkes on news that Brutal will be standing at Newgate Farm, in the Hunter Valley.  “To win a Doncaster at just his seventh start is something that only the really… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup favourite Russian Camelot returns with jump out win

    Russian Camelot the current 2020 Melbourne Cup favourite impressed onlookers in a jump-out over 1200m at Flemington on Monday morning. The Danny O’Brien trained four-year-old was having a hit out in preparation for a 2020 Melbourne Cup campaign and over the short distance he could not have been more impressive… Read More »

  • North Pacific short odds in the Up And Coming Stakes

    The feature race at Randwick this Saturday is the Up and Coming Stakes for the three-year-olds and the Team Hawkes trained North Pacific has been installed as the short priced favourite. North Pacific will go into the race with a fitness edge having had a start last month where he… Read More »

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