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  • Eduardo a spring chicken despite his age

    Joe Pride has a theory around the longevity of thoroughbreds and by his calculations, Eduardo is a spring chicken despite rising seven. Group One placed in the 2019 Oakleigh Plate, Eduardo recently joined Pride’s team and will make his debut for the stable in the July Sprint (1100m) at Rosehill… Read More »

  • Yardstick shortens for the G1 Golden Rose

    Two-year-old colt Yardstick has made a successful start to his racing career late in his juvenile season at Canterbury and formed part of a winning treble on the midweek program for jockey Nash Rawiller. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Yardstick led all-the-way to win the Sky Racing Active Plate… Read More »

  • Watch: Spruik horse lives up to the hype

    Hydro Star created a big impression with his debut win in the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap (1000m). The two-year-old was well “spruiked” prior to his debut with connections resisting early interest from Hong Kong buyers before the colt had raced. Trainer John McArdle said he knew Hydro Star had potential… Read More »

  • Premiership winning AFL coach trains first winner

    Two-time AFL premiership winning coach Denis Pagan has made a successful transition to training racehorses claiming his first winner at Sandown. Pagan, 72, coached North Melbourne to flag success in 1996 and 1999 and has always had a long-term love of the thoroughbred. It was through his association with Flemington… Read More »

  • Filly fires to spare Chirs Munce some embarrassment

    Promising filly Centrefire has saved trainer Chris Munce from further embarrassment by winning midweek at Eagle Farm. Backed in from $7 to $4.40, Centrefire led from barrier rise before holding on to beat favourite Stylish Saga ($2) by three-quarters of a length in the Alycone Hotel Residences Handicap (1300m) on… Read More »

  • Mick Bell wants a spot for Jungle Edge at Living Legends

    Trainer Mick Bell says his stable star Jungle Edge loves attention and would be a perfect addition to Living Legends when he eventually retires. But there is still plenty of racing left in Jungle Edge who lines up again on Saturday in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield. The… Read More »

  • Special Missile on target for Listed Winter Challenge

    A trip to Queensland for Special Missile almost netted the desired result, and now the gelding is back home to contest Sydney’s final stakes race of the season as he bids to snap a lengthy absence from the winner’s circle. Special Missile finished second to Krone in the Listed Glasshouse… Read More »

  • Apprentice Alex Patis gets big chance on Kisukano

    Apprentice Alex Patis will have the most important ride of her career when she partners top two-year-old Kisukano at Doomben. Trainer Michael Nolan had been toying with the idea of heading straight to Sydney after Kisukano won first up on the Sunshine Coast two weeks ago. Instead Kisukano will tackle… Read More »

  • Tullio going for fourth straight wins at Doomben

    Tullio should get track conditions to suit when he aims for his fourth straight win at Doomben on Saturday. The four-year-old has been in top form since returning from an injury-enforced break but faces his stiffest task in the Kirin Handicap (1050m). Rain has been forecast for Doomben later this… Read More »

  • Media banned from Alligator Blood inquiry

    An inquiry into the Alligator Blood positive swab from the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas will be held behind closed doors by Racing Queensland stewards. The media will be barred from Thursday’s proceedings, where one of Australia’s top gallopers is facing disqualification. A post-race swab detected traces of the prohibited substance… Read More »

  • Queensland’s leading jockey injured in trackwork fall

    Queensland’s leading jockey has suffered a season-ending injury after a fall during trackwork. Baylee Nothdurft, who tops the state title on 108-1/2 winners and metropolitan premiership on 77-1/2 victories, fractured his jaw after he was thrown from a horse on Wednesday. Nothdurft, who is assured of becoming the first apprentice… Read More »

  • Leading NZ jockey calls time on career

    One of New Zealand’s long-term leading jockeys has retired from racing after injuries he suffered in a fall at the trials. Michael Coleman broke a femur and suffered serious pelvic injuries when a horse reared over at the Rotorua trials on June 30 which required the jockey to be airlifted… Read More »

  • Special Reward headlines the July Sprint entries

    The Kris Lees-trained Special Reward headlines the 10 nominations for the Listed July Sprint over 1100m at Rosehill. While Stradbroke Handicap plans did not eventuate for the dual Group winner, he heads the weights with 62kg on Saturday. Lees said at this stage he would accept with Special Reward before… Read More »

  • Iano which race yet says Mark Webb

    Trainer Mark Webb is favouring the idea of an attempt at repeating history with Miss Iano when the mare runs at Caulfield. Miss Iano holds a nomination in three races at Caulfield on Saturday, an 1100m mares’ race, an open handicap over 1400m along with the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes…. Read More »

  • Noble Boy on target for the Winter Challenge

    Last-start Winter Stakes winner Noble Boy is on target for more black-type success in the Listed Winter Challenge at Rosehill. Trainer Clare Cunningham cannot fault Noble Boy as she prepares the gelding for Saturday’s Listed 1500m Winter Challenge at the same track of his previous victory. In his first preparation… Read More »

  • Racing personality Rob Gaylard sadly passes away

    The racing community is at a loss on Tuesday after the sudden passing of racing personality Rob Gaylard. Gaylard who worked with various racing clubs and was lecturer at the Racing Victoria’s Apprentice school in media and communications sadly passed away on Tuesday. Terribly sad news today on the passing… Read More »

  • Jockey Adam Hyeronimus guilty of 30 betting charges

    Group One-winning jockey Adam Hyeronimus faces a potentially lengthy ban from racing after being found guilty of 30 of 31 betting charges levelled against him by Racing NSW stewards. Stewards found Hyeronimus guilty of having an interest in a bet of $500 on Lucky Meteor, a horse he rode at… Read More »

  • Mugatoo to kick off spring campaign in Winter Challenge

    The Listed Winter Challenge at Rosehill looms as the likely kick off point for Mugatoo after the import pleased his trainer Kris Lees in a barrier trial at Newcastle. Mugatoo, winner of the Listed Canberra Cup in his first Australian racing preparation earlier this year, is among 12 initial nominations… Read More »

  • Star NZ mares progressing well in Sydney

    The decision by Te Akau principal David Ellis to leave star mares Melody Belle and Probabeel in Sydney following their autumn campaigns is already paying a dividend. They have been in the hands of travelling foreman Ashley Handley, who is providing positive feedback to trainer Jamie Richards as to how… Read More »

  • Queensland Cup returns to its traditional timeslot

    The Listed Queensland Cup will return to its traditional timeslot as part of a revamped spring carnival but at a much shorter distance. The Cup was run in the Queensland spring for more than 100 years and is one of the oldest races in the state. It was one of… Read More »

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