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Horse Racing News

  • Moreira to ride Comin’ Through at Randwick

    Having conquered Caulfield at his first attempt, Hong Kong’s champion rider Joao Moreira will return to Australia a week later to renew his association with Randwick. Moreira won Saturday’s Group One Oakleigh Plate on Sheidel and also took out the Group Two Angus Armanasco Stakes aboard Savanna Amour. He and… Read More »

     
  • Winx not on David Hayes’ menu

    Dibayani will continue his preparation in Sydney, but he will no longer be chasing Winx. The gelding finished second to Winx in the 2016 Chipping Norton Stakes but the Lindsay Park stable bypassed this year’s ace on Saturday at Randwick because of the presence of the champion mare who duly… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira to ride at Randwick

    Having conquered Caulfield at his first attempt, Hong Kong’s champion rider Joao Moreira will return to Australia a week later to renew his association with Randwick. Moreira won Saturday’s Group One Oakleigh Plate on Sheidel who was a $7.50 chance with Sportsbet.com.au and also took out the Group Two Angus… Read More »

     
  • Money can’t buy three-year-old Niccanova

    Steve Tregea believes the lure of training a top class horse outweighs the big offers being made for rising star three-year-old Niccanova. Tregea has had offers from Hong Kong and also Australian interests to sell Niccanova who made it two wins from three starts at Doomben on Saturday. Niccanva looked… Read More »

     
  • Property brings Chapman back to Caulfield

    There was no way former Caulfield girl Jenny Chapman was going to miss being trackside when co-favourite Property raced in the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes, even if it was not part of the original plan. Property was meant to follow the successful Price Bloodstock formula of buying Australian horses… Read More »

     
  • Oak Door earns Australian Guineas chance

    A last-start Group Two win has earned the Robert Smerdon-trained Oak Door a shot at the Australian Guineas. Smerdon is planning to start Oak Door in Saturday’s Group One race for three-year-oldsover 1600m at Flemington and he could be joined by stablemate Theanswermyfriend. Oak Door is a winner over 1400m… Read More »

     
  • Forgotten horse ready for Flemington

    Forgotten two-year-old Madeenaty will press her claims for a 2017 Golden Slipper start in a stakes race at Flemington. The Lindsay Park-trained filly runs in the Listed News Sport Stakes (1000m) on Saturday as a lead-up to the Golden Slipper at Rosehill two weeks later. A debut winner at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Queensland price service to be refined

    The Brisbane Race Club and Racing Queensland are confident they will have sorted out problems with the new official price fluctuation service for the next metropolitan meeting. A new system called Queensland Official Price was introduced last Wednesday but there have been some problems and confusion. There was a problem… Read More »

     
  • Dixie Blossoms comes up roses for Quinton

    Ron Quinton’s 100th runner of the season has delivered the desired result at Randwick, giving the champion jockey-turned-trainer a win after a tragic start to the year. Quinton’s wife, Margaret, died from a heart attack on January 8, and jockey Tim Clark was happy to give him a reason to… Read More »

     
  • Baster suspended again after win on Farson

    For the second time in less than a month, Stephen Baster has received dual suspensions following a winning ride on Farson. The Gai Waterhouse and Anthony Bott-trained three-year-old won the Group Two Autumn Classic at Caulfield on Saturday, but Baster was suspended on two careless riding charges. He received a… Read More »

     
  • Coolmore Stakes aim for Silent Sedition

    Andrew Noblet has Sydney Group One aspirations for Silent Sedition following her win in a stakes race at Caulfield, but only if the track is dry. Silent Sedition led through to win the Mannerism Stakes (1400m) on Saturday and now Noblet is eyeing the Coolmore Stakes at Rosehill on March… Read More »

     
  • Winx wins wet Chipping Norton Stakes

    Her trainer admits he came close to scratching Winx from the Chipping Norton Stakes as steady rain drenched Randwick, but the champion has brushed aside the heavy track as if it was her preferred surface. The seemingly invincible Winx and her laid-back and self-assured jockey Hugh Bowman went through the… Read More »

     
  • Family affair in Blue Diamond Stakes

    David Hayes has claimed a sixth Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield with brilliant filly Catchy, but says winning it with his family makes the victory even sweeter. Hayes trained five winners of Melbourne’s premier two-year-old race under his own name, but Saturday’s win was his first in partnership with son… Read More »

     
  • David Hayes wins Blue Diamond again

    For Hall of Fame trainer David Hayes, winning the $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes is even better when you get to share it with another member of the Hayes racing dynasty. Hayes has now won Victoria’s premier event for two-year-olds a record six times but rates Saturday’s win by Catchy… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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