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  • Mangaroa Flyer wins third race in 10 days

    Premier trainer Chris Waller was more than happy he heeded jockey Hugh Bowman’s assessment of Mangaroa Flyer after the gelding scored a tough win at Warwick Farm at his third start in 10 days. Waller was disappointed when Mangaroa Flyer ran third at Kembla Grange on February 8 but was… Read More »

     
  • Easy debut for Black Caviar’s brother All Too Hard

    Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard has virtually been ruled out of next week’s Blue Diamond Stakes despite upholding a family tradition and winning his race debut at Flemington. Owned by Nathan Tinkler, the $1.025 million colt is assured of a start in the $1 million Diamond but co-trainer Wayne… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar a hard act to follow

    Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard can put himself into Blue Diamond contention if he can win his race debut at Flemington. The Casino Prince colt is one of six Talindert Stakes runners still in next week’s Blue Diamond and anyone of them can cement a start in the $1… Read More »

     
  • Instinction looking to head off Helmet

    Trainer Mick Price is taking heart from the fact Instinction has improved from his spring campaign ahead of his clash with Caulfield Guineas winner Helmet in the CS Hayes Stakes at Flemington. Price said Helmet was the best horse in the race and on that basis was entitled to Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar at her peak for 2012 Lightning Stakes

    Trainer Peter Moody didn’t have to think too hard about backing up Black Caviar in the Lightning Stakes after what he described as the softest run of her career in last week’s Orr Stakes at Caulfield. Moody said the unbeaten champion raced for only 500 metres of the 1400-metre Orr… Read More »

     
  • Liam Birchley could expand Sydney team

    Rain closer to Golden Slipper time and positive results in two Group Two races at Warwick Farm could extend trainer Liam Birchley’s Sydney autumn carnival plans beyond Saturday. Birchley will start well-supported filly Emmalene and stable flag-bearer Paprika at Warwick Farm. They are the only two horses in his successful… Read More »

     
  • Doctor Doom on Guineas trail

    The road to the premier autumn staying races begins on Saturday for spring revelation Doctor Doom. The Guy Walter-trained gelding will line up in a talent-laden Royal Sovereign Stakes (1200m) at Warwick Farm against the likes of Manawanui and Moment Of Change. Doctor Doom made a meteoric rise last campaign,… Read More »

     
  • Lyn Tipper in dilemma whether to sell mare

    Trainer Lyn Tipper is already in a dilemma with Vipera Gold and the mare’s future could get even more confusing if the five-year-old is successful at Doomben on Saturday. Vipera Gold, a Chris Munce mount, will be striving for her second win from her past four starts following a let-up… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar ready for the world

    Jockey Luke Nolen says Black Caviar is ready to take on the world. He said the champion mare had matured and was coping with the most demanding campaign of her career as she prepares for her 19th win in Saturday’s Lightning Stakes at Flemington. “She is probably fully developed now… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira makes flying visit to Farm

    The Singapore-based Brazilian jockey Joao Moreira has been confirmed for a Sydney cameo in between Kranji meetings during the next 48 hours. Moreira will ride in Singapore on Friday night before catching a midnight flight to take four stakes mounts for Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm operation at Warwick Farm on… Read More »

     
  • Quality mare after back-to-back wins

    In trackwork and on race day improving mare Flight To Quality knows how to accelerate and find the line. The enviable trait stands her in good stead as she attempts back-to-back wins at Mudgee on Sunday in the Price Farm Machinery Benchmark 60 Hcp (2000m). Flight To Quality’s last start… Read More »

     
  • Gordon Yorke wants dry track for Star

    Trainer Gordon Yorke desperately wants a dry track for his mare Star Of Filante at Lismore on Saturday. “Given a dry track she looks well placed to win another race,” Coffs Harbour-based Yorke said. “If it’s wet forget it. She just doesn’t handle it. “It’s like taking a Ferrari on… Read More »

     
  • Stretch chasing Muswellbrook win

    Tamworth trainer Lesley Jeffriess hopes a belated decision to start Stretch at Muswellbrook on Saturday comes up trumps. It was only when nominations were extended that Jeffriess elected to back up Stretch in the Markey Insurance Benchmark 55 Hcp (2300m). “He’s done very well and there’s no reason he can’t… Read More »

     
  • Stars shine at Seymour – Americain, Sepoy

    It is rare indeed to see a Melbourne Cup winner and a Golden Slipper hero in action at a provincial meeting but that was the case at Seymour when Americain and Sepoy had exhibition gallops. Ridden by Steven Arnold, 2010 Melbourne Cup winner Americain made his first public appearance for… Read More »

     
  • Top Perth trainer back for 2012 Sydney Autumn Carnival

    It has been 20 years since top Perth trainer Trevor Andrews travelled to Sydney to plunder autumn carnival riches with Heroicity. Now he is back and hoping to do it all again with Saturday’s Royal Sovereign Stakes (1200m) runner King Saul. Andrews won the 1992 Group One BMW with Heroicity,… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar to speed up in 2012 Lightning Stakes

    Jockey Luke Nolen is as confident as ever as unbeaten champion Black Caviar attempts to etch her name into the record books in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Nolen admitted the challenge of coming back from 1400 metres to 1000 metres in a week was unorthodox but he expected Black… Read More »

     
  • Don’t forget Forget in 2012 Blue Diamond Stakes

    The Peter Snowden stable is hoping Forget can force his way into the Group One $1 million Blue Diamond Stakes with a win in the Talindert Stakes at Flemington on Saturday. The beautifully-bred colt, by Exceed And Excel from Thousand Guineas winner Mnemosyne, is yet to earn any prizemoney having… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper fancies to step out at Warwick Farm

    Gai Waterhouse will unleash two of her Golden Slipper big guns at Warwick Farm on Saturday as the march towards the $3.5 million showpiece heats up. Early Slipper favourite Raceway will tackle the Listed Canonbury Stakes (1100m) while Magic Millions winner Driefontein runs in the Listed Widden Stakes (1100m). Both… Read More »

     
  • Great Dame faces great challenge

    Exciting filly Great Dame faces a showdown with VRC Oaks winner Mosheen in what will be a campaign-defining run in The Vanity at Flemington. Trainer Greg Eurell said Great Dame was worthy of a crack at the better fillies and he hopes to be able to map out a stakes… Read More »

     
  • Coolmore Classic on Tomboy’s radar

    Trainer Rob Heathcote plans to raise the bar to next month’s Group One Coolmore Classic at Rosehill with talented mare Tomboy if she passes two crucial assignments beginning with Doomben on Saturday. Tomboy returns after a month’s freshen-up and will be aiming for her seventh win from her past nine… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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