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  • Japanese import Hush Writer wins St Leger Stakes

    Hush Writer has capped a red-letter day for Japanese-bred stayers with a barnstorming win in the Group Three St Leger Stakes at Randwick. Minutes after Japan’s Mer De Glace saluted in the Caulfield Cup, Hush Writer ($6) streaked to a comfortable victory after leading for much of Saturday’s 2600m support… Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup – What the jockeys said

    CAULFIELD CUP JOCKEYS’ COMMENTS Damian Lane (Mer De Glace) 1st : “He’s not much to look at but he’s just a tradesman at turning up and winning. I’m just so rapt he’s done the job for everyone today. I’m just forever grateful that they brought him out here.” Craig Williams… Read More »

  • Happy ending for Tommy Berry in Craven Plate

    A mid-race move by Tommy Berry to take Happy Clapper to the front has proved a masterstroke, although it gave trainer Pat Webster a few heart palpitations. Expected Craven Plate leader, the Bjorn Baker-trained Samadoubt, couldn’t muster early speed, leaving Stampede to enjoy a soft lead so Berry took matters… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes now worth a conservative $50 million

    Coolmore Australia’s Tom Magnier estimates Yes Yes Yes to be worth a conservative $50 million after blitzing Australia’s best sprinters in The Everest at Randwick. The international conglomerate bought into the three-year-old in the lead up to the Golden Slipper and while he could not win that race, he made… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes beats the older horses in The Everest

    The youngest horse in the race has upstaged his older and more experienced rivals to win the $14 million Everest at Randwick. Yes Yes Yes, one of three runners for champion trainer Chris Waller, has beaten Australia’s highest-rated sprinter Santa Ana Lane to claim the world’s richest race on turf…. Read More »

  • The Everest – What the jockeys said

    A three-year-old has tamed the world’s best sprinters in the richest race on turf. Find out what the jockeys made of their mounts after the $14 million TAB Everest (1200m) at Royal Randwick. Glen Boss (Yes Yes Yes): β€œI feel electric. I don’t know what to say. My body is… Read More »

  • Dubai trip an option for Streets Of Avalon

    Campaigning five-year-old gelding Streets Of Avalon in Dubai early next year is a consideration for trainer Shane Nichols but first he will concentrate on the rest of the Melbourne spring carnival. Streets Of Avalon backed up seven days after finishing unplaced in the Group One Toorak Handicap (1600m) to win… Read More »

  • Japan’s Mer De Glace wins the Caulfield Cup

    Japan has claimed one of the jewels of Australian racing with Mer De Glace winning the $5 million Caulfield Cup. Ridden by Australian jockey Damian Lane, Mer De Glace came with a sweeping run from the back of the field in the 2400m race. Vow And Declare was runner-up with… Read More »

  • Steve O’Dea a Proven winner for syndicate

    The decision by the Proven Thoroughbreds syndicate to increase their numbers with Eagle Farm trainer Steve O’Dea reaped another dividend when Cool Sequence continued on his path to the Magic Millions. Cool Sequence ($3) led all the way and hung on to beat Crafty Spirit ($8.50) by a short half-head… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes wins The Everest

    Yes Yes Yes has upstaged his more experienced rivals to win the $14 million Everest at Randwick. The only three-year-old in the world’s richest race on turf, Yes Yes Yes unwound down the middle of the track to beat Australia’s best sprinters, including runner-up Santa Ana Lane. Yes Yes Yes… Read More »

  • Deprive flies home to claim Sydney Stakes

    James Cummings-trained sprinter Deprive has survived a protest to claim a sixth straight victory at Randwick, winning the Group Three Sydney Stakes (1200m). Sent out at $9, Deprive swooped from the outside to hold off Champagne Cuddles ($7) by a long head, with pre-race favourite Brutal ($1.95) a 1/2 head… Read More »

  • Miss Leonidas wins G2 Caulfield Sprint

    Miss Leonidas has appreciated a drop in grade in the Group Two Caulfield Sprint. The Bendigo-trained mare had finished second behind Nature Strip in the Group One Moir Stakes at The Valley before leading throughout in Saturday’s 1000m dash. Jumping straight to the front under Stephen Baster, Miss Leonidas, the… Read More »

  • Gamay on target for the VRC Oaks

    Gamay is a step closer to delivering on a long-range plan in the VRC Oaks after winning an important lead-up race at Caulfield. The Archie Alexander-trained Gamay ($7) held off a strong challenge from the previously unbeeaten Vegas Jewel ($3.50) to prevail by a long head in Saturday’s Group Three… Read More »

  • Handle The Truth wins $1.3m The Kosciuszko

    Canberra trainer Keith Dryden will be at the centre of celebrations after Handle The Truth delivered a massive payday for connections and slot holders with victory in the $1.3 million Kosciuszko at Randwick. Dryden, who has been training for close to 45 years, has won stakes races at the major… Read More »

  • Humma Humma could target WA G1’s

    A spell in the winter warmth of Queensland has done wonders for Humma Humma who remains unbeaten in two starts during her spring campaign. Humma Humma recorded a first-up win at The Valley last month before capturing Saturday’s Listed Alinghi Stakes at Caulfield. Trainer John McArdle said Humma Humma had… Read More »

  • Well-bred Akari gets important stakes win

    Expensive filly Akari has begun to live up to her breeding and price tag with a stakes win at her fifth start. By Snitzel out of Japanese mare Asterix, Akari cost $1.050 million as a yearling and is trained by Brad Widdup for Neil Werrett and Damion Flower who is… Read More »

  • Thought Of That’s odds slashed for Victoria Derby

    Promising colt Thought Of That has backed up a big-margin win in the bush with another dominant display in the Group Three Caulfield Classic to enhance his Victoria Derby prospects. Coming off a recent eight-length win in a Donald maiden over 1600m when blinkers were applied for the first time,… Read More »

  • Glen Boss fit to ride in The Everest

    Champion jockey Glen Boss has shaken off injury concerns ahead of riding the Chris Waller-trained Yes Yes Yes in the $14 million Everest. Boss’ mount The Drake was a late scratching after rearing up in the gates before the TAB Highway Handicap (1100m) at Randwick on Saturday, won by outsider… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan trains an Eagle Farm trifecta

    Premier trainer Tony Gollan moved a step closer to achieving a personal goal when he had the trifecta in the Proav Solution Plate at Eagle Farm. Shalwa ($2.50) beat Cailini ($9) by a half head with Vienna Power ($3.40) 1-1/4 lengths back third to give Gollan the fourth metropolitan trifecta… Read More »

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