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Horse Racing News

  • Sincero handles Brisbane trip well

    Stephen Farley is confident Sincero has taken the trip to Brisbane in his stride and is ready to showcase his talent at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

     
  • Overseas options for Black Caviar

    Peter Moody is exploring all options for unbeaten champion Black Caviar including the Sprinters Stakes in Japan in October and the Hong Kong International Sprint in December.

     
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  • Indikators good for Winter Cup

    A victory by Kiwi raider Indikator in Saturday’s Listed Winter Cup at Rosehill would almost certainly put paid to trainer Keith Opie’s days of travelling across the Tasman.

     
  • Scarlett Lady to equal Ethereal feat

    Trainer Graeme Rogerson is confident Scarlett Lady will win the Group One Queensland Oaks at Eagle Farm ahead of talks in New Zealand on Monday to decide whether the filly follows the Ethereal path in Melbourne in the spring.

     
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  • Mathew Cahill sticks with Coco

    A rousing midweek gallop has convinced jockey Mathew Cahill to stick with well bred-mare Coco Kerringle at Wellington on Sunday.

     
  • Holidaying Webb hopes for Ripper Stakes win

    Part-time trainer Stuart Webb will be enjoying a family holiday in the United States when dual Group One winner Yosei vies for a slice of the winter carnival riches in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

     
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  • New riding tactics possible for Hot Snitzel

    Trainer Gerald Ryan is considering a change of riding tactics for Hot Snitzel in the erratic youngster’s bid to deny the Darley juggernaut victory in the Group Two Sires’ Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm.

     
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  • Two barrier attendants for Heidilicious

    Trainer John Sadler will take steps to ensure Heidilicious is on her best barrier behaviour for the Queensland Oaks and is confident of landing his first Group One since returning to training in his own right.

     
 
 
 
 
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