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  • New gambling tax for Queensland

    The Queensland government has joined South Australia and Victoria by introducing a point of consumption tax on bets placed in the state. The government has not decided where money from the tax will be allocated. The tax, announced in the Queensland budget on Tuesday, is due to be implemented from… Read More »

  • Egyptian Bullet chases four straight at MV

    Trainer John McArdle is happy to fly under the radar with Egyptian Bullet. The filly will attempt a fourth straight win when she runs in the fourth heat of the A R Creswick Series at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Egyptian Bullet has won six of her 11 starts which hasn’t… Read More »

  • Daysee Doom on track for Tatt’s Tiara

    Daysee Doom has breezed through her only pre-race hit out for the Group One Tatt’s Tiara to indicate she is ready for her first trip to Brisbane. Trainer Ron Quinton was satisfied after regular jockey Andrew Adkins put the five-year-old mare through her paces in a 1200m-barrier trial at Randwick… Read More »

  • Hang Man ready for next step at Sandown

    Trainer Mike Moroney is prepared to be patient with imported stayer Hang Man. The Flemington-based horseman has already signalled his intention to bypass the spring with the lightly raced gelding. Hang Man came to Australia after one start in England and will have his sixth start on Wednesday in the… Read More »

  • Echo Gem to extend stable’s winning run

    Gai Waterhouse trained Echo Gem’s parents and will soon discover if the apple falls far from the tree at Warwick Farm. The two-year-old filly is scheduled to start her racing career in Wednesday’s Australian Turf Club Plate (1200m) after showing positive signs in two barrier trials last month. Waterhouse prepared… Read More »

  • BRC to address Eagle Farm A grass problems

    Brisbane Racing Club officials will meet with trainers to discuss better ways to manage the Eagle Farm A grass after problems with the surface at barrier trials. The first four trials on Tuesday morning were run on the A grass before jockeys complained about some horses slipping. The remaining trials… Read More »

  • Kensington track passes second test

    The revamped Kensington track at Randwick has pleased Racing NSW officials after comfortably handling wet weather for the first time. Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel reported no issues with the all-weather surface after an eight-race card on Monday, the second time the track had hosted a meeting since… Read More »

  • Damian Lane keeps lead in Melbourne Premiership

    Damian Lane will miss the next two city meetings in Melbourne while he serves a suspension but he has kept his nose in front in the Victorian metropolitan jockeys’ premiership with a winner at Mornington. Lane incurred an eight-meeting careless riding suspension last Saturday week at Moonee Valley which he… Read More »

  • Dealmaker aims to match Dundeel in spring

    Dealmaker has a hard act to follow in his father’s footsteps, but the talented colt appears headed in the right direction after breaking his maiden on the Kensington track at Randwick. The two-year-old now heads for a spell after getting off the mark at his third attempt in the TAB… Read More »

  • Jason Warren keeping options open with Bel Sonic

    Jason Warren is keeping his options open with three-year-old Bel Sonic and stablemate Tarcoola Spirit who are both among nominations for a heat of the Creswick Series at Moonee Valley. The trainer will wait until after Bel Sonic and Tarcoola Spirit gallop before deciding whether they line up in the… Read More »

  • Lovani to be aimed at Kensei Handicap

    Brad Widdup is hoping the Rosehill track remains rain-affected with the handicapper his main concern with Lovani. The Hawkesbury trainer had planned to run the mare on Saturday at Randwick,and although the heavy ground was in her favour, her 61kg in the Winter Racing Handicap (2000m) did not appeal. Lovani… Read More »

  • Well-bred Al Khabeer wins on debut

    Andrew Mallyon’s desire to secure the ride on Al Khabeer has been rewarded, with the jockey partnering the well-bred gelding to a debut win at Mornington. Three-year-old Al Khabeer is a son of Commands out of 2006 Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes winner Rewaaya and made his first race… Read More »

  • Lucky Hussler to add class to Eye Liner Stakes

    Group One winner Lucky Hussler is expected to add some class to the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich after missing the Stradbroke Handicap. Trainer Darren Weir originally planned to run Lucky Hussler at Doomben on Saturday and entered him for the Stradbroke and the Hinkler Stakes but elected to miss… Read More »

  • Duo off the mark for Waterhouse and Bott

    Yep A pair of promising three-year-olds have broken their maidens for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott with convincing victories on the Kensington track at Randwick. Slowly maturing gelding Foreign Territory gave the training partnership the ideal start to Monday’s meeting with a commanding performance at his second start in the… Read More »

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