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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Popular galloper dies at Warrnambool

    Popular galloper Tuscan Fire has died following the Galleywood Hurdle at Warrnambool. Tuscan Fire injured a near hind pastern in the Galleywood Hurdle and sadly could not be saved. Tuscan Fire injured a near hind pastern in the Galleywood Hurdle. Sadly, could not be saved @Racing — Brad Bishop (@bradbishop12)… Read More »

     
  • Romantic Maid on trial for Queensland Oaks

    A benchmark race at Rosehill could have a big bearing on the final Australian Classics of the season. Saturday’s More Than Ready Hcp (1900m) for three-year-old will be a pointer to next month’s Queensland Oaks and Derby with New Zealand filly Romantic Maid among those pressing Group One claims. Her… Read More »

     
  • Warrnambool trip pays off for Winks

    Although he had to be enticed to the Warrnambool carnival, jockey James Winks has come away with victory in the feature sprint at the three-day carnival. Under a rails hugging ride by Winks, Yesterday’s Songs took out Wednesday’s Listed Wangoom Hcp (1200m). Sent out a $10 chance, Yesterday’s Songs scored… Read More »

     
  • Snowden yard posts 100 winners for season

    The 100th winner of the season for Peter and Paul Snowden will be given a chance to be remembered for more than being a milestone horse for the training partnership. In a genuine show of faith in the growing maturity of Jericho, the two-year-old will join the Snowdens’ Brisbane team… Read More »

     
  • Sahara Siren stakes Queensland Oaks claims

    Short-priced favourite Sahara Siren has overcome adversity at the Sunshine Coast to earn herself a chance at the Queensland Oaks. Sahara Siren ($1.30) was cruising at the back of the field when she blundered near the home turn in the Maiden Plate (1800m) on Wednesday. Apprentice Sarah Eilbeck got the… Read More »

     
  • Galleywood Hurdle goes to Weir and Allen

    Darren Weir and John Allen have continued their domination of the hurdle races at Warrnambool, claiming the feature race with Gingerboy. After combining to win two hurdle races on Tuesday and another maiden hurdle on Day Two of the carnival, they were successful again when Gingerboy led throughout to claim… Read More »

     
  • Beau Rada back in distance at Flemington

    The decision to test Beau Rada at 1100 metres didn’t get the desired result in Listed company so the sprinter returns to a more familiar distance at Flemington. Beau Rada will step out for the 13th start of his preparation in Saturday’s TAB/ATA Celebrates Women Trainers Handicap, dropping back to… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice facing charges over $20 bet

    A Victorian apprentice is facing two charges over a $20 bet placed at a picnic race meeting. Liam Riordan will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday to answer a charge relating to the placing of a bet at the Woolamai picnic meeting on April 9 and another… Read More »

     
  • Regina Coeli chases second Grand Annual

    Ciaron Maher has only had one race in mind for Regina Coeli since she returned to work to prepare for a winter jumps campaign. Australia’s longest and toughest race, Thursday’s Grand Annual Steeplechase over 5500m and 33 obstacles at Warrnambool, has been Maher’s sole focus for the seven-year-old mare. Regina… Read More »

     
  • Cavallo earns Sydney call-up for Perry

    Rosehill has won out over an eight-hour drive to outback NSW for jockey Tony Cavallo. In what will be a rare city appearance, Cavallo will swap the grass roots atmosphere of Saturday’s Cobar Cup meeting for the chance to ride a winner in Sydney for Paul Perry. His mounts for… Read More »

     
  • Volkstok’n’barrell ready for Hollindale

    The riding star of the 2015 Queensland winter, Blake Shinn will kick-start this year’s carnival aboard New Zealander Volkstok’n’barrell in the Hollindale Stakes. Shinn’s nine-race carnival haul last year included the Group One BTC Cup on Hot Snitzel and Group One Doomben Cup on Pornichet. He rode Volkstok’n’barrell in an… Read More »

     
  • Weir after straight Warrnambool Cup

    Darren Weir has won a Melbourne Cup but loves nothing better than to target the three-day Warrnambool carnival. He specifically aims a team of horses at the jumps races along with the major sprint, the Wangoom Handicap and the feature staying race, the Warrnambool Cup. While he doesn’t have a… Read More »

     
  • Weir dominates Warrnambool maiden hurdles

    Darren Weir has just missed a clean sweep of the four maiden hurdle races at the Warrnambool three-day carnival. The master trainer notched two of the three 3200m divisions of the maiden hurdle on the opening day on Tuesday while Waxing won the Decron Maiden Hurdle (3600m) on the second… Read More »

     
  • Buffering to rest through the winter

    A decision about Buffering’s racing future will not be made for several months but trainer Robert Heathcote has not completely ruled out a return to the track. Buffering was found to be lame in his off fore fetlock and had an internal bleed when he tailed off last in the… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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