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  • Neville Wilson nearing return

    Veteran jockey Neville Wilson has been back riding trackwork for sometime but he finally believes he is nearing a race day return. Wilson estimates he is two months away from making a comeback to race riding following a fall at Geelong in March last year. “The health is pretty good…. Read More »

  • Bel Sprinter on trial for Group One sprints

    Jockey Ben Melham will be looking to take a sit behind the leaders when noted speedster Bel Sprinter resumes at Caulfield. Melham said the Jason Warren-trained sprinter would be improved by the run in Saturday’s Listed United Arab Emirates Stakes (1000m) and that the challenge would be getting him to… Read More »

  • First juvenile runner for Joe Pride

    Joe Pride will saddle up his first two-year-old runner of the season at Warwick Farm on Saturday when Whirling Lass makes her debut. Renowned for his ability to rejuvenate older horses, Pride rarely has a juvenile ready to race this early in the year. But Whirling Lass is set to… Read More »

  • Bogged ambulance puts end to Hawkesbury races

    A bogged ambulance at Hawkesbury caused six races to be called off on Thursday on safety grounds. The ambulance first got stuck on the outside of the rain-soaked track prior to the second race, delaying the start of that event. It was able to be run with the ambulance following… Read More »

  • Marked can help pay for stablemates

    Premier trainer Rob Heathcote is hoping Marked can help pay for his investment in two colts from New Zealand’s Karaka sales when the six-year-old races at Doomben on Saturday. Heathcote, who has claimed training honours in Brisbane for the past three seasons, has only two runners at Doomben as his… Read More »

  • Sea Galleon on Caulfield Cup trail

    The Cindy Alderson-trained Sea Galleon kicks off his campaign on Saturday ahead of a shot at Caulfield Cup qualification. The five-year-old is chasing his fourth straight win in the Listed Reaan Plate (2000m), which is a lead-up to his next start in the Listed Mornington Cup (2400m) on Wednesday week…. Read More »

  • The Sixties chasing another win

    Trainer Tracy Green is hoping The Sixties can confirm he has overcome his confidence problems by landing his second successive win at Doomben on Saturday. The Sixties, who lines up on a heavy track in Saturday’s Woolworths’s Open Handicap (1200m), ended a 15-month winning drought when successful at Eagle Farm… Read More »

  • Velrosso on autumn trail

    Velrosso, the horse who secured trainer Chris Waller a place in Sydney racing history, will kick-start a campaign aimed at autumn carnival success on Saturday. A debut victory from Velrosso at Rosehill last June brought up Waller’s 100th Sydney metropolitan winner for the season. It put him among an elite… Read More »

  • Youthful Jack wins in Tassie

    Ross Stitt’s decision to target the Tasmanian summer carnival with Youthful Jack has paid immediate dividends. The rejuvenated gelding took out the Listed Thetote.com.au Stakes (1200m) at Launceston on Wednesday night with regular rider Robert Thompson in the saddle. It isn’t the first time Stitt and Thompson have enjoyed success… Read More »

  • Merlin Mustang passes Kembla test

    Gundagai trainer Michael Murphy is daring to dream with three-year-old Merlin Mustang, who is on the road to the Sydney autumn carnival after a third straight victory at Kembla Grange on Wednesday. Merlin Mustang took another step up from provincial to city grade in the Schweppes Handicap (1600m) at the… Read More »

  • New jockey possible for Manawanui

    The plum autumn ride on Manawanui could be up for grabs if trainer Ron Leemon sticks to his original plan to run in the Royal Sovereign Stakes. Leemon said Manawanui’s owners were keen to have a rider who could commit to the three-year-old for the entirety of his campaign. Glyn… Read More »

  • Petman poised for stakes success

    It will be a big day for South Australian trainer John Hyam if Petman can win Saturday’s Shadwell Stud Australasia Stakes at Caulfield. The 34-year-old is chasing his first stakes win in the Listed 1200m event as well as his first victory in Melbourne. The Finniss-based trainer brought Petman over… Read More »

  • Arctic aiming for winter Guineas

    Trainer Brian Smith and breeder Frank Tagg hope to strike more gold during the Brisbane winter carnival following Arctic’s impressive victory at Eagle Farm. Arctic looked well above average storming home to break through at his second start with a half length win over Florida Fellow in Wednesday’s three-year-old Maiden… Read More »

  • Stakes goal for Warrior

    The scrapping of this year’s Adelaide Magic Millions has disappointed trainer Anthony Freedman who was hoping to target the feature with impressive Sandown debut winner Cheyenne Warrior. Freedman said the Adelaide race, which was delisted this season, would have been a logical target for the Not A Single Doubt colt… Read More »

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