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Horse Racing News

  • Victorian trainer to face RAD board over positive sample

    Victorian trainer to face RAD board over positive sample

    Trainer┬áLogan McGill will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board after one of his horses returned a positive sample to┬áprohibited substance, Dexamethasone. Media release: The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board will hear the charge laid by the stewards against trainer Logan McGill at 10.30am on Friday, 5 August… Read More »

     
  • Capitalist no certainty to run in Missile Stakes

    Capitalist no certainty to run in Missile Stakes

    A decision on Golden Slipper winner Capitalist’s return will be left until race day as persistent rain falls in Sydney. The prized colt has drawn barrier three in Saturday’s Group Two Missile Stakes (1200m) at Randwick, but co-trainer Peter Snowden said in the event of a heavy track Capitalist could… Read More »

     
  • Vet says $1000 for vitamins suspicious

    Vet says $1000 for vitamins suspicious

    Paying $1000 for a bottle of vitamin complex is ridiculous and clearly suspicious, a racehorse vet has told a cobalt inquiry. But Flemington Equine Clinic partner Dr Ian Church denies lying to NSW stewards when he said there was nothing untoward about the bottle found in trainer Sam Kavanagh’s home…. Read More »

     
  • Manageress gears up for spring return

    Trainer Cindy Alderson admits she doesn’t know what to expect when Manageress makes her return to racing at Flemington. The mare will be having her first run since November when she lines up in the Group Three Aurie’s Star Handicap (1200m) on Saturday. Beaten by Group One winner Lucia Valentina… Read More »

     
  • Father-son training partnership delayed

    Bryan Guy’s plan to start a new training partnership with his son Daniel has been dashed by a paperwork delay. Guy had hoped he and Daniel would be able to begin their training partnership from the start the season and have a winner with their first runner, Game Of Dreams,… Read More »

     
  • Waller wins first Sydney race of season

    Waller wins first Sydney race of season

    Chris Waller has picked up where he left off by training the first winner of the new Sydney racing season. With Brenton Avdulla aboard, Pound Sterling won the first race at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, ploughing through the wet track to beat the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Ebenos. Waller set… Read More »

     
  • Seib hitting Highway with Tudor Sunrise

    After spending his life wearing different racing hats, Lewis Seib is giving himself a chance to train a city winner. He is set to bring Tudor Sunrise to the Highway Handicap (1400m) at Randwick on Saturday, the first week the race will be worth $60,000. Seib was a foreman for… Read More »

     
  • Luke Nolen close to latest injury comeback

    The jockey who rode champion mare Black Caviar to 22 of her 25 wins is close to a return from his latest injury. Luke Nolen hasn’t ridden since falling from Miss Promiscuity in the Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on May 7. Nolen fractured eight ribs and a shoulder blade… Read More »

     
  • Buffering back in work at Eagle Farm

    Buffering back in work at Eagle Farm

    Trainer Robert Heathcote has got some good news after returning from a short holiday with his spring carnival hopefuls Buffering and Hopfgarten back in work. Heathcote was in Darwin for the Cup carnival and on his return on Wednesday went straight to see Group One star Buffering at his Eagle… Read More »

     
  • Harry Coffey signs off on Melbourne Cup 2016 ride

    Harry Coffey signs off on Melbourne Cup 2016 ride

    Jockey Harry Coffey has been booked to ride a leading early market chance in the 2016 Melbourne Cup. Gerry Ryan who is the owner of Signoff has booked the young jockey to ride his horse in the race where he is the $17 equal second favourite in markets. “Signoff is… Read More »

     
  • Luke Nolen nearing riding comeback

    Luke Nolen nearing riding comeback

    Luke Nolen expects to get a medical clearance within days to resume race riding. Nolen suffered several broken bones in a race fall in Adelaide in early May and has been sidelined since. He told Melbourne RSN927 he would ride in official barrier trials at Cranbourne on Monday and planned… Read More »

     
  • Banned vet warned Racing Vic about cobalt

    Banned vet warned Racing Vic about cobalt

    Vet Tom Brennan warned Racing Victoria’s head veterinarian about cobalt being illegally used in the racing industry before being banned in both NSW and Victoria for the same thing, a tribunal has heard. After hearing RV head vet Dr Brian Stewart and chief steward Terry Bailey talking on radio about… Read More »

     
  • Bowman, Winx head to Cox Plate again

    Bowman, Winx head to Cox Plate again

    Champion jockey Hugh Bowman has braved a cold winter day in Melbourne to get an idea of Winx’s opponents ahead of her Cox Plate defence. Winx is one of 157 entries for the Cox Plate at Moonee Valley on October 22 with 22 overseas horses nominated. Bowman was a special… Read More »

     
  • Strong overseas cast for spring features

    Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien has 12 of the 28 international nomations for this year’s Caulfield Cup. O’Brien has nominated Lloyd Williams-owned pair Order Of St George and Bondi Beach as well as English and Irish Derby placegetter Idaho for the $3 million race at Caulfield on October 15. English trainer… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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