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Horse Racing News

  • Coolmore Classic: What you need to know

    COOLMORE CLASSIC Run at Rosehill over 1500m, $600,000, quality handicap, fillies & mares three-years-old and over HISTORY * First run in 1973 when won by Miss Personality * Registered race name T A D Kennedy Stakes. NOTABLE WINNERS * Princess Talaria (1978); Stage Hit (1980); Emancipation (1984); Bounding Away (1987);… Read More »

     
  • Ryan could have four Slipper runners

    Trapeze Artist will be given the chance to become just the second Black Opal Stakes winner to claim the Golden Slipper. Catbird in 1999 is the only two-year-old to do the double but trainer Gerald Ryan and owner Bert Viera could not resist the lure of the $3.5 million race… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Choice at top of his game

    The Newmarket Handicap might be a change in plans for Extreme Choice but trainer Mick Price insists the colt is at the top of his game to chase a third Group One win. Extreme Choice was going to bypass the Group One sprint and run in the William Reid Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Global Glamour after third G1 in Coolmore

    Global Glamour will be out to keep her perfect record in Group One races intact when she chases her third elite-level win for the season in the Coolmore Classic at Rosehill. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained filly landed the Flight Stakes-Thousand Guineas double last spring in her only starts… Read More »

     
  • Jameka on target for Australian Cup

    Not since champion Makybe Diva more than a decade ago has a mare won the Australian Cup but trainer Ciaron Maher wouldn’t swap Jameka for any other horse in this year’s race. The Caulfield Cup winner is one of two mares in Saturday’s weight-for-age Group One 2000m-feature at Flemington, along… Read More »

     
  • Williams retains Outraged ride

    Trainer Kelly Schweida has shown his confidence in apprentice Rebecca Williams by retaining her for unlucky last-start runner Outraged at Doomben. Outraged won last year’s Townsville Cup but is yet to win in open company in Brisbane. He gets the chance to erase that statistic in the Powering The Happy… Read More »

     
  • Australian Cup: What you need to know

    AUSTRALIAN CUP Run at Flemington over 2000m, $1.5 million, weight-for-age HISTORY * First run in 1863 when won by Barwon. * Weight-for-age since 1979 except for 1982-86. 1863-1942 run over 18 furlongs, 1943-62 17 furlongs 110 yards, 1963 14 furlongs, since 1964 10 furlongs (2000m). NOTABLE WINNERS * Tim Whiffler… Read More »

     
  • Rudy on target for Sydney campaign

    Tough gelding Rudy will resume from a break at Doomben without a barrier trial but trainer Helen Page is confident he is on target to be competitive in the Sydney autumn. Rudy runs in Saturday’s 1350m-Open Handicap where he is a $5.50 chance with Sportsbet, his first start since he… Read More »

     
  • Sircconi chases Sires’ Produce second-up

    When Sircconi began his autumn two-year-old campaign his trainer had only one race in mind. But Peter Morgan admits he hasn’t been able to give the colt the ideal preparation into Saturday’s VRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Flemington. From the time Sircconi came back into work Morgan has been eyeing… Read More »

     
  • Steel Zip begins Weetwood campaign

    Trainer Pat Duff is confident his decision to avoid the recent hot weather with veteran sprinter Steel Zip can reap its reward this autumn. Steel Zip returns from a freshen-up in the Open Hcp (1110m) at Doomben on Saturday with his campaign target the Weetwood Handicap next month. The nine-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Choice thriving ahead of Newmarket

    Trainer Mick Price says three-year-old colt Extreme Choice is thriving ahead of the Group One Newmarket Handicap. Connections made the decision to run the dual Group One-winning sprinter in Saturday’s Newmarket at Flemington after stablemate Flying Artie was ruled out of the race earlier this week. Price says if Extreme… Read More »

     
  • $1.5million dollar colt to step out at Seymour

    A $1.5million dollar colt is set to step out at Seymour on Thursday for the Hayes stable. Eltizaam was a $1.5million dollar by Shadwell Stud Australasia at the 2016 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale and will go around in Race 2 on Seymour’s eight race program. Trained by Team Hayes, Eltizaam… Read More »

     
  • Late entry fee paid for Golden Slipper contender

    Connections of Black Opal Stakes winner Trapeze Artist have paid the late entry fee to run their galloper in Saturday week’s Golden Slipper. Trapeze Artist was sent out at odds of $31 with Sportsbet.com.au for the Black Opal Stakes but the son of Snitzel was super impressive winning by three… Read More »

     
  • Tivaci to stand at Waikato Stud

    New Zealand’s Waikato Stud has secured a major interest in Newmarket Handicap contender Tivaci. The Mike Moroney-trained four-year-old is a $17 chance with Luxbet.com.au for Saturday’s premier sprint at Flemington. Tivaci is a dual Group Three winner and has been placed twice at Group One level in the Cantala Stakes… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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