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  • Three time G1 winner Happy Trails retired

    Three time Group 1 winner Happy Trails has officially been retired following his run in today’s Emirates Stakes where he finished 10th. Happy Trails nicknamed Roy had 35 starts at G1 level winning three times amassing over $3.2million in earnings throughout his 66 start career notably running in the Cox… Read More »

     
  • Jessy lands first stakes win in Matriarch

    The decision to back-up Jessy Belle four days after an unplaced run at Flemington has been rewarded, with the mare racing to her first stakes victory in the Group Two Matriarch Stakes. Jessy Belle finished fourth in a 1700m mares’ handicap on Tuesday and co-trainer David Hayes said the decision… Read More »

     
  • Matthew Dunn trains fourth Highway winner

    A long trip to Sydney has taken no toll on Sunny Fame who won Murwillumbah trainer Matthew Dunn his fourth Highway Handicap. Sunny Fame, a $4.40 chance, won Saturday’s Highway Handicap (1550m) by a head from the $4 favourite Cliff with Whirlwind Ascent ($10) finishing third. While his wife Kiera… Read More »

     
  • Awesome Rock wins the G1 Emirates Stakes

    Awesome Rock has made up for losing the Australian Cup on protest with a tenacious win in the $2 million Emirates Stakes at Flemington. Sent out an $18 chance in the weight-for-age race, Awesome Rock ran to the front at the 300m and then staved off the placegetters for the… Read More »

     
  • Wide draw no worry for McDonald on Souchez

    Souchez has landed a betting plunge in a stakes race at Flemington after being at death’s door less than six months ago. The Godolphin-trained galloper was backed from $20 to $10 before winning the Hilton Stakes on Saturday. Trainer John O’Shea explained Souchez became ill after finishing fourth in the… Read More »

     
  • Mr Manhattan grabs big city win at C’bury

    Mr Manhattan has topped off a sterling week for part-owner Wilf Mula, carrying his pink and black colours to victory at Canterbury. Seven days after Flying Artie upstaged a star-studded Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes field at Flemington, Mr Manhattan put paid to his rivals on Saturday. “The show rolls… Read More »

     
  • Francis Of Assisi in race of his own in QE

    The impressive spring carnival form of Godolphin trainer Charlie Appleby’s team has continued with Francis Of Assisi making a one-act affair of the $300,000 Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Francis Of Assisi won the Bendigo Cup last month in his first Victorian appearance and he added Saturday’s Group Three race at Flemington,… Read More »

     
  • Chris Munce produces another Magic Millions Classic hope

    Chris Munce thas taken another step towards becoming the first to ride and train a Magic Millions Classic winner after his filly Champ Elect’s win at Doomben. Champ Elect, was backed from $2.10 to $1.85, but gave her backers nervous moments before scoring by a nose to Catalina Miss ($21)… Read More »

     
  • Long break no worry for Little White Cloud

    The training establishment responsible for getting Melbourne Cup winner Almandin back to the racetrack has produced Little White Cloud to win first-up at Flemington. Almandin spent two years on the sidelines recovering from a tendon injury before Lloyd Williams’ Macedon Lodge started the long process in June of getting him… Read More »

     
  • Freedman claims 2YO victory with Teaspoon

    The horse which helped lure Michael Freedman from Singapore to Sydney has won on debut, giving the trainer his first two-year-old winner of the season. Teaspoon, who drifted from $4.20 to $7 before race, shot to the lead and gave a strong kick in the straight to win the TAB… Read More »

     
  • Dairy farmer family wins Stakes fashions

    Dairy farmers from northern Victoria have been deemed the best dressed family at the races. Taking out Fashions on the Field for Stakes Day on Saturday, the Palmer family managed to sway judges with their co-ordinated navy blue and pink ensembles. Mum Cecelia and kids Annie, 15, Lucy, 13, Jude,… Read More »

     
  • Aspect wins G3 Maribyrnong Plate on debut

    Tony McEvoy considered Azazel his leading Maribyrnong Plate contender, but the trainer was pleasantly surprised as stablemate Aspect powered home to win the Group Three race on debut. The McEvoy-trained Azazel was sent out the $4.20 favourite but McEvoy said the difference between the two stablemates in Saturday’s 1000m race… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose to undergo surgery

    Beaten odds on VRC Oaks favourite Yankee Rose will require surgery next week to remove a bone chip from her leg. Racing Victoria stewards advised the David Vandyke-trained three-year-old was sore in the near fore leg with an x-ray showing she had a bone chip in the knee. Yankee Rose… Read More »

     
  • Racing Vic criticised in cobalt appeal

    Four embattled Victorian trainers who face career-ending disqualifications after their horses tested positive for cobalt want a tribunal to “right the wrongs” of racing stewards. Father-and-son training partners Lee and Shannon Hope on Friday joined Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien’s appeal against their disqualifications at a Victorian tribunal. Kavanagh and… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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