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Horse Racing News

  • Ecuador kept fresh for Carrington Stakes

    While a stayer racing over 1400 metres second-up would often be discounted as a winning chance, Ecuador’s record at the trip is imposing. The horse is on a path back to races over 2000m and above, distances at which he has won stakes races, but boasts three victories and two… Read More »

     
  • Luck finally goes with Snitzkraft

    Smart-two-year old Snitzkraft missed Magic Millions day but has shown he is a winter carnival hope with a runaway win at Doomben. Snitzkraft ($1.30) gave jockey Luke Dittman an armchair ride to score by 8-1/4 lengths in Wednesday’s QTIS Two-Year-Old Plate (1200m) at Doomben. The Snitzel colt was bred by… Read More »

     
  • Into Orbit resumes with Sandown win

    Things did not go all his way but three-year-old Into Orbit has proven he is a promising colt with a narrow but impressive win at Sandown. Into Orbit missed the start in Wednesday’s Thebigscreencompany.com.au Handicap (1000m) for three-year-olds but the $1.85 favourite still managed to win by a neck. “You… Read More »

     
  • Midweek maiden winner on road to G1

    Trainer James Cummings is aiming high with Gauguin after the colt’s convincing maiden win at Warwick Farm. While the road is long, the three-year-old colt took the first steps on a path to Group One races which could mimic Cummings’ father Anthony’s effort with Montaigne last year. “We’ll set him… Read More »

     
  • Beer looks to Sydney with Jacqui’s Joy

    Greater prize money in Sydney and a lack of numbers has made the decision to take Jacqui’s Joy to Randwick an easy one for Victorian training partners Mitchell Beer and Max Hinton. Jacqui’s Joy snapped a year-long winless run at Sandown a week ago and she will be sent to… Read More »

     
  • Alter call after consolation Qld win

    Melbourne trainer Mick Price is confident million dollar filly Alter Call will handle the clockwise way of going when she attempts a consolation win at Eagle Farm. Price sent Alter Call north after the filly scored a strong win on her home track at Caulfield on Boxing Day which followed… Read More »

     
  • Rowan Waymouth recovering from surgery

    Former jockey Rowan Waymouth is recovering in a Melbourne hospital following an operation to repair a fractured skull after he was apparently kicked by a horse. Waymouth, who is now a horse breaker and pre-trainer, was found injured in a paddock on the Mornington Peninsula on Tuesday, and later underwent… Read More »

     
  • Darren Bell to resume limited training

    Queensland trainer Darren Bell will be able to resume operations on a limited basis with a quarantine ban lifted from one of his two barns where some horses tested positive to strangles. Last month Bell told the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission three of his horses had tested positive for strangles… Read More »

     
  • Bowman to ride at Karaka Millions meeting

    Hugh Bowman has been booked to ride one of the leading contenders in New Zealand’s richest race, the Karaka Million. Bowman will be aboard Padraig for trainers Brendon and Keith Hawtin in the $1 million race for two-year-olds at Ellerslie on January 29. Australia’s leading Group One jockey combined with… Read More »

     
  • Gold Symphony tuned up for Carrington tilt

    A turnaround in Gold Symphony’s form may have provided a crucial confidence boost to allow him to once again be competitive in stakes company. The Peter and Paul Snowden training partnership plans to accept with Gold Symphony and Princefamous for Saturday’s Listed Carrington Stakes (1400m) at Randwick but will wait… Read More »

     
  • It Is Written aims for another Valley win

    It is no surprise to see the Robbie Griffiths-trained It Is Written among the entries for a Moonee Valley meeting. After all, the gelding has had almost half his 66 career starts at the Melbourne racetrack and recently recorded his eighth win there. His last-start Valley success on December 31… Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer suspended for three months

    Kyneton trainer Neil Dyer has been suspended for three months after pleading guilty to breaching the race day treatment rules. The administration of medication to a horse on race day usually carries a mandatory six-month disqualification unless the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board finds there are special circumstance, such as… Read More »

     
  • Farson to face first city test at Sandown

    Three-year-old Farson will be giving away race experience to his rivals at Sandown but co-trainer Adrian Bott is hoping the gelding can take the step to city grade. Farson was sent south from Sydney to be prepared out of Gai Waterhouse and Bott’s Flemington stable ahead of his winning return… Read More »

     
  • Portelli hoping for Selene’s staying genes

    With Gary Portelli enjoying a superb run, he will turn to a half-sister to Caulfield Cup winner Mummify to continue the stable’s success at Warwick Farm. Aside from having Golden Slipper second favourite She Will Reign in his stable, the Warwick Farm trainer added the $1 million Magic Millions Cup… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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