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  • Moody stablemates to clash at Doomben

    Trainer Peter Moody will divert his Group One attention from Black Caviar to Manighar and Lights Of Heaven in Saturday’s Doomben Cup. Moody’s one regret going into the race is that the two have to race each other. “They’re both going so well it’s a pity they have to clash… Read More »

     
  • Toydini on trial for Brisbane trip

    The Brisbane winter carnival credentials of promising youngster Toydini will be put to the test at Randwick next Sunday. Trainer Guy Walter is looking at the Group Two Sires’ Produce Stakes and Group One TJ Smith Stakes in Brisbane with the colt but the two-year-old has to prove he’s up… Read More »

     
  • Retrieve wins in England

    Australian Group One performer Retrieve has won his first race since being transferred to Godolphin’s European operation. Placed in three Group One races for Darley Australia and Peter Snowden, Retrieve won a 2000m race on the Lingfield all weather track on Saturday. It was Retrieve’s first start since undergoing a… Read More »

     
  • Stakes campaign on hold for Freereturn

    Trainer Jason Warren has put a temporary hold on the pursuit of a stakes race success with Freereturn, electing to miss the Listed Straight Six at Flemington. Next Saturday’s 1200-metre feature would have been a logical option for the five-year-old who has posted three of seven wins at the distance,… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar still thrills Peter Moody

    Trainer Peter Moody is used to seeing Black Caviar win but says the hairs on the back of his neck stood up as she streaked towards the winning post for her 21st consecutive victory. Her jockey Luke Nolen said the horse’s trainer needn’t have worried. “She never got out of… Read More »

     
  • Waterhouse wins Rosehill feature

    Gai Waterhouse’s run of Saturday trebles has come to an end at Rosehill but she still posted a double including the Listed Lord Mayor’s Cup with Kinnersley. Waterhouse had prepared a winning treble at the previous six Saturday meetings in Sydney, also netting seven Group One wins during an outstanding… Read More »

     
  • Price looks to spring with Stratcombe

    Mick Price is looking to the spring with smart sprinter Stratcombe after he made it back to back 1100m wins on his home track at Caulfield. The Stratum four-year-old rose two kilograms on his previous win on April 21 to 56kg for Saturday’s Manfred Phillips Handicap but it made little… Read More »

     
  • Bindi eases frustrating day for Aldersons

    Consistent mare Miss Bindi helped ease a frustrating day for the Colin and Cindy Alderson stable when she overcame a chequered run to win at Caulfield. Ridden by Mark Zahra, the five-year-old mare was second-up in Saturday’s Gail Jackson Handicap (1200m) but was in trouble for most of the race… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar makes it 21 straight

    Champion mare Black Caviar has won the Group One Goodwood unextended under a calm ride from Luke Nolen at Morphettville. The mare beat We’re Gonna Rock by a length and a half with Nolen easing her to the line after taking the lead early in the race. Neither Nolen nor… Read More »

     
  • Moody has eye on Derby with Brambles

    Peter Moody may have his mind on the world stage with Black Caviar but a three-year-old named Brambles has him in strong contention to claim next month’s Queensland Derby. Brambles ($5) grabbed victory by a half head over Toowoomba bolter Margins ($61) in Saturday’s Group Three Rough Habit Plate (2000m)… Read More »

     
  • Gai’s Choice wins first-up at Rosehill

    Gai’s Choice has marked her return to trainer David Pfieffer’s team with a fast-finishing first-up victory at Rosehill. Gai’s Choice did her early racing under the care of Pfieffer who prepared her to win in the Magic Millions Fillies and Mares Classic in January 2011. Having been transferred to trainer… Read More »

     
  • Magnifique Soleil makes it four straight

    Magnifique Soleil made it six wins from seven starts this preparation with victory at Caulfield which may have earned the four-year-old a trip to the Queensland winter carnival. Trainer Darren Weir said plans were up in the air for Magnifique Soleil who has returned brilliantly after being sidelined for 16… Read More »

     
  • Knobel posts career milestone

    Mature-age apprentice Ben Knobel reached a career milestone when he rode his 20th city winner as part of a winning double at Caulfield. The 26-year-old, who only learned to ride seven years ago, broke a run of 76 city defeats for trainer David Hayes when Manilla Jewel scored a runaway… Read More »

     
  • Hume smashes three-year drought

    A gut feeling from trainer Brian Smith to keep Hume racing has had its rewards with the old warhorse smashing a three-year winning drought in the Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben. Hume ($41) stormed home in the Group Three race over 2000m to record his first win since the Tattersall’s Cup… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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