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  • Coruscate continues winning formula

    James Cummings’ Melbourne stable foreman Sean Keogh believes they have found a winning formula for promising sprinter Coruscate. Following Coruscate’s victory in the Listed Testa Rossa Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday, Keogh said that his last three wins had been when he had switched states. “He came down (to… Read More »

     
  • Toorak Handicap over Epsom for I Am Superman

    Those who like to get on a week or so early when making Gr 1 bets, need to know that the Gr 2 Shannon winner at Rosehill…..is NOT going to the Gr 1 Epsom next week. And after that horse, I AM SUPERMAN (Footstepsinthesand-Fastnet Lady) looked awesome winning the Shannon,… Read More »

     
  • Love Tap confirms favouritism for Spring Champion Stakes

    Love Tap confirmed his favouritism for next month’s Group One Spring Champion Stakes when he made it four wins in as many starts in the Gloaming Stakes (1800m). Trainers Richard and Michael Freedman have been patient with the three-year-old, teaching him his craft on country circuits before stepping him up… Read More »

     
  • Roman Consul Stakes next stop for Wild Ruler

    A template used 12 months ago with Cosmic Force will again be a spring road map for Peter and Paul Snowden, this time with Wild Ruler. The three-year-old resumed with a comprehensive win in the Listed Heritage Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday to confirm a start in next month’s… Read More »

     
  • Headstrong mare makes it back-to-back wins

    Jim Conlan has credited a confidence-boosting win at Pinyin’s previous run as the reason she has been able to make it back-to-back successes at Caulfield. Pinyin hadn’t tasted victory since June last year before winning at Cranbourne earlier this month and has now won four from 19 starts. “I think… Read More »

     
  • Entente scores a tough win for Tulloch Lodge

    Tulloch Lodge four-year-old Entente scored a tough win in the Ranvet Handicap (1900m) after runner-up Vegas Jewel looked set to go past him. But the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained gelding dug deep, lifting again for Tim Clark to deny Vegas Jewel by a head with leader Fun Fact another… Read More »

     
  • Attorney a chance to back up in The Metropolitan

    Former French galloper Attorney has forced trainer Matt Smith to consider a start in the Metropolitan Handicap with his classy staying performance at Rosehill. Attorney came into Saturday’s Group Three Colin Stephen Quality (2400m) off two solid runs over unsuitable journeys but Smith feared the rapid 600m distance rise might… Read More »

     
  • Grand old warrior Ball Of Muscle retired

    The grand old warrior BALL OF MUSCLE (Dubawi-Parfore) has run his last race. On Saturday morning connections pulled the pin on the 10YO career, retiring him after he’d earned $1,777,025 in stakes money. He raced on 47 occasions, winning 13 and placing 17 other times. He beat the likes of… Read More »

     
  • Pippie leads throughout to win G1 Moir Stakes

    A carefully devised plan to make the Moir Stakes a major spring target for flying mare Pippie has come to fruition after she ran her rivals off their legs in the Group One sprint. The race appeared to have an abundance of speed on paper but Pippie pinged the gates… Read More »

     
  • First Group win for comeback trainer Peter Moody

    A bullish Peter Moody has set his sights on a Caulfield Guineas and Cox Plate raid with exciting colt Glenfiddich after he demolished his Bill Stutt Stakes rivals at Moonee Valley. The victory was Moody’s first at Group level since his return to the training ranks in May and his… Read More »

     
  • Second chance for Jeremy Gask and Lord Fandango

    Jeremy Gask harbours sentimental feelings and a positive attitude about his recently acquired staying import Lord Fandango, who tackles the Colin Stephen Quality at Rosehill. The renewed connection between horse and trainer appears to have reignited an interest in racing for the eight-year-old, who has been winless since claiming the… Read More »

     
  • Gem of a mare ready to Rule in Golden Pendant

    Having staved off retirement for now, under-rated mare Jen Rules has earned herself a quicker than expected return to the races. The five-year-old will take her place in the Group Two Golden Pendant (1400m) at Rosehill on Saturday after belying her $31 starting price to finish runner-up to Haut Brion… Read More »

     
  • Boomsara given green light for the Weetwood Handicap

    An ideal barrier and suitable weight have convinced trainer Chris Munce to give the green light for talented sprinter Boomsara to run in the Listed Weetwood Handicap. Boomsara has drawn perfectly in barrier two and will carry the same weight as he did in the Eye Liner Stakes at his… Read More »

     
  • Double-header of racing for MRC this weekend

    There’s no respite from the relentless wave of Group 1 action at Caulfield which plays host on Saturday to the $750,000 Hyland Race Colours Underwood Stakes (1800m). A traditional fork in the road for horses choosing to chase Cups glory or follow a weight-for-age path, this year’s Underwood Stakes is… Read More »

     
  • Matthew Smith takes a gamble on Melbourne weather

    A glance at Melbourne’s long-range weather forecast convinced Sydney trainer Matthew Smith to chance his arm with Rock My Wand in the Thousand Guineas Prelude. The Bureau of Meteorology predicted showers in Melbourne on Friday and Saturday and Smith is hoping they fall over Caulfield. Rock My Wand has raced… Read More »

     
  • Sterling Alexiou out to engineer a Golden Rose upset

    Sterling Alexiou had already served one apprenticeship when he moved to Sydney eight years ago to work for trainer Gerald Ryan. But he was more than happy to undertake another and on Saturday at Rosehill, the 33-year-old will achieve a significant milestone with his first Group One runner as a… Read More »

     
  • Rivals fear Russian Camelot in Underwood Stakes

    Matt Williams believes the Underwood Stakes is an even race, barring the presence of one horse – Russian Camelot. Williams has the distinction of being the only trainer with two runners in the Group One event on Saturday with the emerging prospect Harbour Views and veteran Gailo Chop. He is… Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman wins appeal against Farnan ban

    Hugh Bowman has won his appeal against a 20-day ban for his ride on Farnan in The Run To The Rose with the Racing NSW Appeals Panel overturning the stewards’ original decision. The victory leaves Bowman free to continue riding through the Sydney spring after he was initially slated to… Read More »

     
  • Bandipur to tough it out in Weetwood Handicap

    Gold Coast trainer Kelly Purdy is banking on the tough Toowoomba terrain and a fast tempo to enable Bandipur to claim another feature race win in the Listed Weetwood Handicap. Clifford Park’s unique uphill climb from the Weetwood start to the winning post is no place for a faint-hearted sprinter… Read More »

     
  • Tommy Berry booked to ride in The Everest

    Tommy Berry’s partnership with brilliant sprinter Chautauqua has helped him to secure the ride on Victorian raider Tofane in the $15 million The Everest. Trainer Mike Moroney confirmed the booking of Berry, citing the jockey’s relationship with Tofane’s part-owner Rupert Legh, who also raced six-time Group One winner Chautauqua, as… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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