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Horse Racing News

  • Jukebox nominated for Slipper lead-up

    Blue Diamond Stakes scratching Jukebox will be monitored by Racing Victoria vets this week as he recovers from a foot abscess. The the colt is nominated to re-start his preparation in a 2017 Golden Slipper lead-up race interstate this weekend. Jukebox was scratched from Saturday’s $1.5 million Blue Diamond after… Read More »

     
  • Former racing boss takes action over leak

    Former Racing Victoria boss David Moodie is taking legal action against the racing integrity commissioner to clear his name over a cobalt investigation leak. Commissioner Sal Perna in December found Mr Moodie told trainer Peter Moody about a cobalt inquiry into fellow trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien in January… Read More »

     
  • The Quarterback passes barrier test

    The Quarterback has ticked off one of two criteria in a bid to take his place in the Newmarket Stakes. The Robbie Griffiths-trained sprinter passed his barrier test in a jump-out at Cranbourne on Monday. The Quarterback needed to pass the test after flipping over in his stall before the… Read More »

     
  • Qld trainer to face NSW cobalt inquiry

    Gold Coast trainer Kent Fleming will front Racing NSW stewards over an elevated cobalt level detected in a horse he brought to the state to win at Ballina. A sample taken from Pitbull before he won on December 26 and tested by two laboratories has been found to contain levels… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua favourite for Canterbury Stakes

    Champion sprinter Chautauqua is the early favourite to win his first race over further than 1200 metres since his three-year-old season but the weather will deternmine if he starts in the Canterbury Stakes. Chautauqua won the Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) in May 2014 with his best performance at the distance since… Read More »

     
  • Michael Walker to have surgery on back

    Jockey Michael Walker will undergo surgery for a back problem which is expected to keep him out of the saddle for three months. Walker had to be helped off a horse after a race at Moonee Valley last Friday week when his back seized up. He was forced to miss… Read More »

     
  • Flemington preference for Land Of Plenty

    Grahame Begg is set to have his first Group One runner since his return to training but is unsure whether that will be at Flemington or Randwick. Begg’s preference is to run Land Of Plenty in Saturday’s Australian Guineas at Flemington but because he is 28th in the latest ballot,… Read More »

     
  • Colt sets Premier Sale record in Victoria

    A half-brother to Newmarket Handicap winner The Quarterback has fetched a record $1.4 million for a yearling sold at the Inglis Premier Yearling sale in Melbourne. The colt by I Am Invincible out of Soorena was knocked down to Caulfield trainer Ciaron Maher on Monday, the first yearling to be… Read More »

     
  • Prebble to ride Attention in Aust Guineas

    Hong Kong-based Australian jockey Brett Prebble will be back in Melbourne chasing a second Australian Guineas after being booked to ride stakes-winning colt Attention. Prebble won the Group One Australian Guineas at Flemington two years ago on the Gai Waterhouse-trained Wandjina. James Harron Bloodstock confirmed Prebble’s booking to ride the… Read More »

     
  • Maher looking towards Slipper with Jukebox

    Trainer Ciaron Maher wants officials to watch Jukebox to gallop with a view to getting the green light to continue with the colt’s preparation towards the 2017 Golden Slipper. Jukebox was controversially withdrawn from Saturday’s $1.5 million Blue Diamond Stakes by stewards after being inspected twice on Friday by veterinarians…. Read More »

     
  • Rudy set for another Sydney campaign

    Seasoned traveller Rudy is set to trial at the Gold Coast in preparation for another trip to Sydney during the autumn carnival. Rudy, who is likely to trial on Tuesday, will be making his sixth trip to Sydney where his only win was in the 2014 Group Two Villiers Stakes…. Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua entered for Canterbury Stakes

    Star sprinter Chautauqua heads the 11 entries for the Group One Canterbury Stakes at Randwick. There are 27 nominations for the other Group One race on Saturday’s program, the Randwick Guineas (1600m) for three-year-olds headed by Victoria Derby winner Prized Icon. Chautauqua will be stepping up beyond 1200 metres for… Read More »

     
  • Menari scores easy barrier trial win

    Leading Golden Slipper contender Menari has shown he is back on track after an injury scare with a dominant barrier trial win at Rosehill. The colt was scratched from Saturday’s Skyline Stakes at Randwick after undergoing treatment for a cut lip which needed to be stitched. Trainer Gerald Ryan will… Read More »

     
  • New CEO search for Sunshine Coast

    The Sunshine Coast Turf Club has begun an Australia-wide search for a replacement for long serving chief executive Mick Sullivan who will retire later this year. Sullivan, who has been in charge at the SCTC for 17 years, will finish at the end of August. He has overseen the growth… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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