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Horse Racing News

  • Benchmark 3YO race deleted from Rosehill

    Officials have deleted a benchmark 76 race for three-year-olds from the Rosehill program and will instead split a benchmark 78, also over 1500 metres. The five original nominations for Saturday’s three-year-old race have been added to the 32 received for the 78-race for three-year-olds and upwards. Entries have been kept… Read More »

  • Thunderstorm threats bring meeting forward

    The likelihood of thunderstorms in the north of Victoria has forced officials to bring the Tatura race meeting forward. Racing Victoria says Tuesday’s meeting will start 1-1/2 hours earlier than originally advertised. Thunderstorms and lightning are expected in the region around 4pm, so rather than part of the meeting being… Read More »

  • Key contender out of Railway Stakes

    Key Railway Stakes contender Scales Of Justice will not line-up in Saturday’s Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot. The 2016 Railway Stakes winner has reportedly bruised a hoof after running third in last Saturday’s Group 3 Colonel Reeves Stakes (1100m). Scales Of Justice was a $14 chance with Sportsbet… Read More »

  • Flemington to host inaugural All Star Mile race

    The public will help determine the field for a new $5 million race to be run over 1600 metres in Melbourne with modt of the field to be decided by popular vote. The All Star Mile will become the world’s richest mile race and an autumn feature with its inaugural… Read More »

  • Kelly Doughty to fight disqualification

    Gold Coast trainer Kelly Doughty has vowed to fight a 12-month disqualification on a cobalt presentation charge. Doughty faced two charges and was found not guilty of administration but guilty of presenting a horse to race with a cobalt level above the allowable threshold. The charges arose from a urine… Read More »

  • Fans to decide field for new $5m All-Star Mile race

    Racing Victoria this morning has announced a new $5 million dollar race to be run in the Autumn with racing fans to decide the field. To be known as the All Star Mile, the first running will be at Flemington on March 16 next year with the race to rotate… Read More »

  • Champagne Boom to target Magic Millions Classic

    The Lindsay Park team will use the Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic as the stepping stone to the rich Gold Coast race for talented filly Champagne Boom. Champagne Boom won the Debutant Stakes at Caulfield last month before finishing a close third in driving rain in a Group Three race… Read More »

  • Boom colt to make debut in Golden Gift

    If the best way to judge unraced two-year-olds is by barrier trials then trainer Gary Portell has much to look forward to with Spaceboy. The colt will make his debut in the $150,000 Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday after winning an 800m-trial by six lengths on November 9…. Read More »

  • Levendi working towards a Sydney campaign

    Australian Derby winner Levendi is back in work preparing for an assault on autumn racing in Sydney. The Peter Gelagotis-trained Levendi missed the spring after undergoing surgery to remove bone chips shortly after his victory in the Australian Derby at Randwick in April. Gelagotis said Levendi had been in work… Read More »

  • Mick Price calls for Regumate re-think

    Victorian trainer Mick Price has called on the state’s racing authorities to revisit the use of Regumate in mares saying the alternatives are not satisfactory. The Price-trained Pedrena was a late scratching from the Summoned Stakes at Sandown on Saturday after misbehaving in the barriers, something the trainer said was… Read More »

  • Written By spelling ahead of busy autumn

    Written By is enjoying the green grass in his spelling paddock before he heads back to Grahame Begg’s stable to be prepared for a tilt at the Oakleigh Plate. Written By was sent for a break after running fourth behind Sunlight in the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington… Read More »

  • Who Shot Thebarman retired

    Two time Group One winner and fan favourite Who Shot Thebarman has been officially retired following his run in Saturday’s Zipping Classic. Who Shot Thebarman has been retired from racing after finishing seventh in the Zipping Classic on Saturday. The former New Zealand stayer who won the Group One Auckland Cup… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – November 2nd Edition

    Racing Twitter was well and truly ‘Turnt’ on Saturday, but that aside, there was quality racing across the board, with a very progressive mare at Rosehill being the highlight. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: No Railway For… Read More »

  • Craig Williams suspended for whip breach on Yogi

    Breaching the whip rules aboard Sandown Cup winner Yogi has earned star jockey Craig Williams a seven-meeting suspension. Williams was found to have used the whip 12 times before the 100m mark of Saturday’s 3200m race on the Darren Weir-trained Yogi, seven times more than allowed. Williams’ suspension is due… Read More »

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