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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Mr Individual heading to Sunshine Coast

    Troy Corstens has no questions about Mr Individual’s ability and is hoping the colt can show it off at his second Queensland start in the Sunshine Coast Guineas. Mr Individual will be chasing a first stakes win in Saturday’s 1600m-Group Three race at Caloundra after a forgettable introduction to Queensland… Read More »

     
  • Ambitious spring plan for Gust Of Wind

    The last horse to beat Winx will try to carve out her own piece of history as the first pregnant mare to win the Melbourne Cup. Gust Of Wind, the 2015 Australian Oaks winner, has had a luckless time since, while runner-up Winx has gone on to win every race… Read More »

     
  • Silent Sedition to have longer in paddock

    Australasian Oaks runner-up Silent Sedition is having a longer break than planned because of a muscle problem but trainer Andrew Noblet hopes it won’t impact spring plans. Noblet said the filly was found to have a muscle strain across her back a couple of weeks ago and would need to… Read More »

     
  • Suavito building up for new season return

    Suavito already has the C F Orr Stakes and Futurity Stakes on her resume and will be given the chance to add another of Caulfield’s weight-for-age sprints early in the new season. The rising six-year-old is back in work with trainer Nigel Blackiston in the early stages of her build-up… Read More »

     
  • Three-way race for Brisbane jockeys title

    The Brisbane jockeys’ premiership is set for the most exciting finish on record with just 1-1/2 wins separating the top three with 10 meetings left in the season. Reigning champion Jim Byrne leads on 64-1/2 with Jeff Lloyd on 64 and apprentice James Orman on 63. In the 90 years… Read More »

     
  • Racing Queensland settles on new board

    Racing Queensland can now get on with the job of overseeing all three codes of racing after the announcement of the final four appointees to the seven member board. Racing Minister Grace Grace on Sunday announced former chief executive of Brisbane’s Seven Network Max Walters, Cairns businesswoman Sharon Dawson, Urban… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald wins Northumberland Plate

    Leading Sydney jockey James McDonald may have found his Melbourne Cup mount after steering Antiquarium to victory in the Northumberland Plate at Newcastle. Godolphin’s retained Australian rider, who is in England on an extended visit, brought the Charlie Appleby-trained Antiquarium with a late run to claim the prestigious 3200m-race at… Read More »

     
  • Shinn and Hall cop Eagle Farm suspensions

    Group One-winning jockeys Blake Shinn and Nick Hall have been suspended for careless riding at Eagle Farm. Stewards outed Shinn for 12 days for causing interference aboard Precious Gem in the Group One Tattersall’s Club Tiara on Saturday. Shinn, who pleaded guilty, will start his suspension on July 2 and… Read More »

     
  • Smerdon brings up 100th winner for season

    A Group Three race interstate had been the original plan with Odyssey Moon but instead the colt ended up winning at Flemington. Trainer Robert Smerdon was planning on sending Odyssey Moon to Brisbane for Saturday’s Healy Stakes at Eagle Farm but transport issues meant the horse couldn’t get a flight…. Read More »

     
  • Waller wins Bris carnival trainers’ prize

    Chris Waller couldn’t land a Group One winner during the winter carnival, but the leading trainer still had plenty to smile about at Eagle Farm. Waller won the Super Six trainers’ competition that was run on stakes races over the six Group One days of the carnival. He finished on… Read More »

     
  • Michael Dee boots home Flemington treble

    Michael Dee has his sights on the Melbourne apprentices’ premiership after a winning treble at Flemington edged him to within striking distance of leader Dylan Dunn. Dee guided two-year-old colt Trenchant to victory in the opening race on Saturday and added a second win when three-year-old filly Lady Selkirk overcame… Read More »

     
  • Sold For Song dumps rider after race win

    Star filly Sold For Song has survived a post-race scare after a win at Eagle Farm which has confirmed a spring carnival path. Jockey James Orman made the most of a wide barrier and an inside track bias, to bring Sold For Song ($3.90) down the outside fence to win… Read More »

     
  • Tale of two states for Snowden partnership

    Peter and Paul Snowden may not have had anything to smile about at the feature Brisbane meeting, but they have produced a couple of possible future stars at Randwick. Three-year-old Not A Gypsy showed his staying potential when he beat older horses to win over 2600m while juvenile Russian Revolution… Read More »

     
  • Into The Red prevails in Healy thriller

    Into The Red completed a remarkable comeback from injury in winning the Healy Stakes at Eagle Farm. The gelding suffered a ligament injury last year and although not career-threatening, it enabled the gelding to improve his mindset. “It allowed him to mature mentally and he’s turned into a lovely horse… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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