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  • Watch: Boom 3YO justifies big price tag

    Master Montaro has justified a lofty purchase price with a stylish victory at Geelong and is set do his future racing in Hong Kong. The three-year-old son of Toronado was purchased for $1.5 million following his debut win for Richard Laming at Pakenham in March. Unfortunately for his new connections… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup the spring target for Kinane

    Trainer Chris Waller has declared the Caulfield Cup as a spring target for Kinane after pulling the pin on his winter campaign. Waller said the Frank Packer Plate winner had been in work for a long time and the decision was made to give him a break after his defeat… Read More »

     
  • Jockey suspended in three consecutive races

    A Queensland jockey has been suspended in three consecutive rides on Thursday at Cairns. Apprentice jockey Emily Cass saw the highs and lows of racing on Thursday at Cairns, riding two winners on the program before being suspended in three consecutive races. Emily Cass received the three concurrent suspensions in… Read More »

     
  • Dzsenifer ends her rivals G1 ambitions

    Promising filly Dzsenifer effectively ended the JJ Atkins hopes of her rivals when she won at the Gold Coast. Racing Queensland introduced Friday metropolitan level meetings at the Gold Coast during the coronavirus pandemic but the club will revert to provincial level next month. And several trainers used the metropolitan… Read More »

     
  • Lord Mayors Cup start next step for promising Bottega

    A horse of Bottega’s quality would ordinarily be in the spelling paddock preparing for the spring but his immaturity has prompted a different approach. The three-year-old, who defeated subsequent Hobartville Stakes winner Brandenburg on debut, has been a work in progress, taking time to hone his craft. With that in… Read More »

     
  • Translator aims for hat-trick at Caulfield

    The decision to geld Translator after a spring campaign that netted one minor placing has paid off for connections. After that gelding operation, the Nigel Blackiston-trained three-year-old is undefeated in two starts and will attempt to keep the winning run going in Saturday’s Nick Johnstone Real Estate Handicap. Translator was… Read More »

     
  • Fred Best Classic pattern a puzzle for trainer

    Trainer Kelly Schweida admits he is worried about the race pattern for the Group Three Fred Best Classic after The Odyssey drew an outside barrier. The Odyssey has proven one of the best three-year-olds in Queensland at distances up to 1200m but is an unknown quantity at the 1350m of… Read More »

     
  • Sprinter Superium set for distance tests

    Joe Pride is prepared to keep an open mind with Superium as he tries to get a better gauge on the horse’s capabilities during the winter. A three-time winner over 1100m, Superium will resume over that distance in the Iron Jack Handicap at Rosehill on Saturday after two promising barrier… Read More »

     
  • Hang Man set to bounce back at Caulfield

    A fine day that is expected to produce a good track has boosted trainer Mike Moroney’s hopes that Hang Man can return to winning form. The trainer was disappointed with Hang Man’s performance at Caulfield last start when fourth over 1600m after looming as the winner. However, Moroney sees a… Read More »

     
  • Vanna Girl to be tested by wide draw

    Top three-year-old filly Vanna Girl’s versatility will get a major test as she aims for three wins in a row in the Listed Pam O’Neill Stakes at Doomben. The O’Neill is a new race named after Pam O’Neill, a female jockey who is a Queensland Hall of Famer. Before the… Read More »

     
  • Chris Anderson hopes for boom times in Hinkler Handicap

    In-form trainer Chris Anderson is hoping history will repeat itself for his mare Boomtown Lass at Doomben. Boomtown Lass will be chasing valuable black-type in the Listed Hinkler Handicap (1110m) where she has drawn barrier 15. The 1110m start at Doomben can be a real problem for horses drawn wide… Read More »

     
  • Nick Olive keen to test filly in town

    Canberra trainer Nick Olive is hopeful his opinion of Proud Mia will be proven correct when the two-year-old is tested at metropolitan level for the first time at Rosehill. Olive used a 900m maiden at Queanbeyan to launch Proud Mia’s career and admits he treated that race as somewhat of… Read More »

     
  • Matt McGillivray in neck brace after race fall

    Jockey Matt McGillivray will be in a neck brace for a fortnight after a fall at the Sunshine Coast. McGillivray was taken to hospital after falling from Bel Strider at the 150m in the sixth race on Wednesday night. He was knocked unconscious and suffered facial and neck injuries. Queensland… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne winter targets for Victoria Star

    Victoria Star has re-ignited his racing career in Australia this season and trainer Greg Eurell believes the well-travelled gelding can continue to step up in Melbourne this winter. The six-year-old gelding runs in Saturday’s Vale Kevin O’Brien Handicap (1400m) at Caulfield with the winner to be exempt from ballot for… Read More »

     
  • Scottish Rogue lines up for new stable at Caulfield

    Trent Busuttin is banking on a change of location bringing out the best in recent stable acquisition Scottish Rogue. A former member of the Tony and Calvin McEvoy stable, Scottish Rogue runs for the first time for Busuttin and partner Natalie Young in the Neds Handicap over 1200m at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Mark Newnham seeks two-state juvenile double

    Trainer Mark Newnham will split his two-year-old fillies between states with Mrs Maisel staying in Sydney while Panna Cotta has arrived in Brisbane for a stakes race opportunity. Listed-placed behind the unbeaten Macroura last start, Panna Cotta has been scratched from Rosehill and will get another chance in black-type company… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller with omen bet in Lord Mayors Cup

    Stayer The Lord Mayor has not reached the heights to have a feature race commissioned in his honour, but he will be the omen bet in a race that shares his name. The Lord Mayor is a confirmed starter in the Listed Lord Mayors Cup (2000m) at Rosehill on Saturday… Read More »

     
  • Stewart Barr breaks new ground as a trainer

    Stewart Barr has had plenty of success as an owner and breeder but the renowned Queensland horseman has a good chance to become a stakes-winning trainer. Barr has been training from his Lilivale Stud, northwest of Brisbane, and in the Burnett region for several years but recently moved his base… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria targets date for return of race crowds

    Racing Victoria is working towards allowing racehorse owners and some race club members to be back on course in July. RV chief executive Giles Thompson said June 22 was a key date as the Victorian state government announces any changes on further relaxing COVID-19 restrictions. Victorian racetracks have been crowd-free… Read More »

     
  • Shalwa after a value-boosting win at Doomben

    A raceday gear change has helped stud-bound mare Shalwa earn another chance at a black type race win. Shalwa will be having her fourth run in a stakes race in the Listed Helen Coughlan Stakes (1350m) at Doomben. She showed she was up up stakes company when second in the… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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