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  • Tofane gets another G1 chance in All Aged Stakes

    Talented mare Tofane will line up in her fifth-straight Group One race in the All Aged Stakes with trainer Mike Moroney hoping this time she can break through. The All Aged Stakes is the signature event on Saturday’s Randwick program which brings Sydney’s Group One carnival racing to a close…. Read More »

  • Colette no certainty for the Caulfield Cup

    Australian Oaks winner Colette is high in Caulfield Cup markets but trainer James Cummings has warned punters not to jump in early. Colette has highlighted her staying potential with dominant wins in the Group Three Adrian Knox Stakes (2000m) and Group One ATC Australian Oaks (2400m) on consecutive Saturdays during… Read More »

  • Charm School shows class with win at Sandown

    The Anthony Freedman stable has high hopes for Charm School after her impressive but wayward debut victory at Sandown. Under the guidance of Mark Zahra, Charm School took out Monday’s Ladbrokes Handicap (1200m) in a performance that showed the filly still has a lot to learn. A $480,000 yearling at… Read More »

  • Archanna impressive in Warwick Farm debut

    A younger sibling to champion colt The Autumn Sun has made an impressive start to her racing career, blitzing her opposition in a maiden at Warwick Farm. The Chris Waller-trained Archanna was a notable market drifter in Monday’s Hyland Race Colours Plate (1300m) for three-year-olds but the filly stormed clear… Read More »

  • The Chosen One to be aimed at the Melbourne Cup

    Australian Derby winner Quick Thinker and stablemate The Chosen One, runner-up in the Sydney Cup, will spell in Australia with the spring in mind. Their New Zealand trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman have been forced to watch them from afar as they competed at the autumn carnival because of… Read More »

  • Andrew Ramsden Stakes an option for Vow And Declare

    Vow And Declare is back in Melbourne at Danny O’Brien’s Flemington stable after a change to his racing program because of COVID-19. The Melbourne Cup winner was unplaced in Saturday’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick and is now being aimed towards the Andrew Ramsden Stakes (2800m) at Flemington next month…. Read More »

  • Star studded entries for All Aged Stakes field

    Santa Ana Lane and Pierata head a stellar list of nominations for the All Aged Stakes on the final Group One day of the Sydney autumn carnival. They are among eight Group One winners in the 22 entries for Saturday’s 1400m-feature at Randwick which has a field limit of 14…. Read More »

  • Blake Shinn pays tribute to Happy Clapper

    Blake Shinn, the jockey who rode Happy Clapper to his three Group One wins, has paid tribute to popular galloper who has run his last race. Trainer Pat Webster and owner Michael Thomas announced Happy Clapper’s retirement on Sunday, a day after the nine-year-old gelding finished seventh in the Queen… Read More »

  • Te Akau team set to have well deserved rest

    The Te Akau team found the going at Randwick tough but New Zealand trainer Jamie Richards is more than happy with their Australian efforts. Te Akau Shark, Melody Belle and Probabeel have had an extended stay in Australia during the autumn. Probabeel (Surround Stakes) and Te Akau Shark (Chipping Norton)… Read More »

  • Elyce Smith rides six winners at Emerald

    Central Queensland apprentice Elyce Smith has joined an elite band of jockeys by riding six winners at the Emerald meeting in Queensland. Smith, who is apprenticed to her father Fred in Rockhampton, won on Summer Lea ($1.55), Fidereus ($4.40), Addicted ($1.60), Burden ($4.60), Fastnet Flyer ($4.60) and Mono Lad ($2.50)… Read More »

  • Jim Cassidy joins the tributes for Might And Power

    Retired jockey Jim Cassidy has joined the tributes for Might And Power, the horse who captured the public’s imagination with his breathtaking wins in Australia’s biggest races. The 26-year-old popular resident of the aptly named Living Legends retirement home died in the early hours of Sunday morning after a bout… Read More »

  • VOBIS Gold Mile or Heath for Mahamedeis

    Trainer Nick Ryan has the choice of a couple of races for stable favourite Mahamedeis at the rich Victorian Owners and Breeders race day at Caulfield. Ryan is contemplating the VOBIS Gold Mile (1600m) or the VOBIS Gold Heath (2000m) both of which carry prize money of $200,000. The Caulfield… Read More »

  • Toby and Trent Edmonds to target Sydney features

    Gold Coast trainers Toby and Trent Edmonds plan to send three horses to Sydney for feature race assignments. The Edmonds-trained Winter Bride is already in Sydney where she ran fourth in the Group Two Sapphire Stakes at Randwick on Saturday. She will be joined by Tyzone, Vanna Girl and Vivid… Read More »

  • Fan favourite Happy Clapper retired

    Triple Group One winner and crowd favourite Happy Clapper has run his last race. The nine-year-old finished seventh in Saturday’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes and trainer Pat Webster and owner Michael Thomas have announced his retirement. Webster has been training at Randwick for 50 years but it was Happy Clapper who… Read More »

  • Limited horse movement allowed in Queensland

    Limited numbers of horses will be allowed to move between Queensland’s racing zones from this week. The state has been divided into five regions to help combat the coronavirus pandemic and there has been no horse or human movement permitted between the zones. RQ has reviewed the procedures which have… Read More »

  • Champion racehorse Might And Power dies

    Champion racehorse Might And Power has sadly passed away on Sunday morning due to colic complications. The Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winner who was a resident of the Living Legends retirement home near Melbourne was rushed to Werribee Equine Centre on Saturday night but could not be… Read More »

  • White Moss doubles up in Sapphire Stakes

    Free-rolling mare White Moss has claimed successive wins in the Sapphire Stakes, appreciating a drop back to mares grade to lead throughout. Having contested weight-for-age company at her past two starts, including an unplaced run behind Nature Strip in the TJ Smith Stakes, White Moss was back to her best… Read More »

  • Bam’s Of Fire lands important stakes race win

    Consistent mare Bam’s On Fire has scored an important win for her future as a broodmare with an all-the-way win at Caulfield. Saturday’s win in the Elvis Thurgood 40th Anniversary Cup (1400m) was her first at stakes level after four placings in black type races. Bam’s On Fire arrived at… Read More »

  • Con Te Partiro wins the G1 Coolmore Legacy Stakes

    Con Te Partiro has added to a stellar autumn carnival for co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott with the second Group One win of her campaign in the Coolmore Legacy Stakes. Bought from America as a broodmare prospect by Newgate Farm, Con Te Partiro was retired to stud last year… Read More »

  • Tom Marquand now a dual Group One winner

    Young English jockey Tom Marquand has achieved more in a few short weeks in Sydney than he could have imagined. After a successful stint during the Australian summer, Marquand returned to Sydney primarily to ride English horses Addeybb and Young Rascal for trainer William Haggas during the autumn carnival. In… Read More »

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