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Horse Racing News

  • Boom Time to join exodus to the Gold Coast

    Boom Time has become the third Flemington winner to press claims for a trip to the Gold Coast for the rich Magic Millions meeting. Hijack Hussy and Miss Wonderful stamped their credentials earlier on Saturday’s program while Boom Time showed his staying credentials with victory in the Skipton Handicap. Lindsay… Read More »

     
  • Decision Time wins in rare Melbourne visit

    One of the young guns of the Melbourne riding ranks has joined forces with one of the veterans of Sydney racing to win at Flemington. Apprentice Regan Bayliss guided nine-year-old sprinter Decision Time to victory in Saturday’s Fiesta Star Handicap (1100m) in a rare Melbourne visit for the 2010 Golden… Read More »

     
  • VRC chairman Michael Burn has resigned

    The Victorian racing industry has lost its second chairman in the space of two days with the resignation of the Victoria Racing Club’s Michael Burn. His resignation comes after Racing Victoria chairman David Moodie stepped down on Thursday following an RV board meeting at which a report from Racing Integrity… Read More »

     
  • Calanda sprints away with $250k feature

    Co-trainer Paul Snowden says Calanda is a long way from being the finished product despite the three-year-old scooping an Inglis Sprint windfall at Randwick. After conceding a start and then having his momentum interrupted because of a bumping duel with the runner-up Geneteau, Calanda ($5) recovered to win the $250,000… Read More »

     
  • Man lives up to his word at Doomben

    Trainer Bruce Hill has always had a huge opinion of Man Of His Word but he has not always lived up to those beliefs. But on Saturday, Man Of His Word convinced his trainer and punters he had finally learned what racing was about after coming from last to win… Read More »

     
  • Wet-tracker Destiny’s Kiss snares Xmas Cup

    With every drop of rain at Randwick in the week leading up to the Christmas Cup, the chances of veteran Destiny’s Kiss winding back the clock grew. Almost 45mm of rain soaked Randwick in the week leading up to Saturday’s Listed race over 2400m and the eight-year-old relished the heavy… Read More »

     
  • Miss Wonderland has Magic Millions Guineas aim

    Linda Meech has stepped in for the sidelined Luke Nolen to guide Magic Millions Guineas hopeful Miss Wonderland to victory as a short-priced favourite at Flemington. Nolen was due to ride the $1.55 favourite in Saturday’s Isca Handicap (1100m) but was stood down after he came off his mount after… Read More »

     
  • Winning Rupert threatens Doomben record

    Sydney three-year-old Winning Rupert was expected to do something special at Doomben and he delivered by running the second fastest 1200m ever at the Brisbane track. Winning Rupert ($1.10 fav) made it four wins from four starts when he cruised to the lead and scored by 5-1/2 lengths from Deep… Read More »

     
  • She Will Reign earns Golden Slipper favouritism

    She Will Reign has firmed to outright 2017 Golden Slipper favouritism after keeping an unbeaten record in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery at Randwick. In a win that had jockey Ben Melham rating the $20,000 yearling as a quality racehorse, She Will Reign recovered from a tardy start to beat her… Read More »

     
  • Hijack Hussy bounces back at Flemington

    A return to winning form at Flemington may have earned Hijack Hussy a trip to the Gold Coast for the Magic Millions meeting. Formerly prepared in Queensland by Tony Gollan, Hijack Hussy was sent south by senior part-owner Joe O’Neill earlier in the year and landed her first win for… Read More »

     
  • Munce chases fourth Magic Millions Classic

    Chris Munce can sense another Magic Millions Classic victory around the corner after winning the juvenile feature double at Doomben. Munce won the Magic Millions Classic three times as a jockey with Sunblazer, Dance Hero and Excellerator and believes Ours To Keep or Champ Elect can give him his first… Read More »

     
  • King’s Authority impresses on debut

    The major two-year-old races are on the agenda for King’s Authority after the Mick Price-trained colt raced to an impressive debut win at Flemington. King’s Authority stepped out in Saturday’s Christmas Season Plate (1100m) down the straight course at Flemington and after angling into the clear with 200m to run,… Read More »

     
  • Luke Nolen ruled out of Flemington meeting

    Luke Nolen has been ruled out of the rest of the Flemington meeting after being dumped from his mount Regal Embrace after the finish of the opening race in which they finished fourth. Nolen was able to walk back to the jockeys’ room before being assessed by the doctor who… Read More »

     
  • Rails run leaves Ford as last man Standing

    Jay Ford’s sole but unwavering commitment to staying on the rail has helped Free Standing to score a soft Highway Handicap win. In the first race at Randwick since Melbourne Cup Day, Ford held the faith in the inside ground despite the track being rated in the heavy range on… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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