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  • Queensland trainers upset at photo overturn decision

    Queensland trainers want a system of compensation introduced to cover events such as the decision to overturn a photo finish result two months after the race. After a race at Yeppoon on July 23, Great Fox was declared the winner despite connections of runner-up Victory Toast disputing the photo-finish decision…. Read More »

  • Tim Clark happy to Flit in for Tea Rose Stakes ride

    Libertini is odds-on to continue her domination of the Princess Series, although a wet track and distance rise have a rival jockey firmly believing he can upset the star filly. Tim Clark almost brought Libertini’s winning sequence to an end in the Furious Stakes (1200m) when he went to the… Read More »

  • Beauty Bolt ready for Caulfield challenge

    After two wins on country tracks the usual regime for a progressive horse is to step quietly into city ranks. Trainer Grahame Begg is taking a different approach, going straight to stakes level with Beauty Bolt in the Jim Moloney Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield. Beauty Bolt is unbeaten in two… Read More »

  • The Everest Carnival launches in Sydney style

    Horse racing glitz and glamour was on show at Royal Randwick’s newest precinct, Pony Palms, where the world’s richest turf race The Everest has been launched in Sydney. The Palm Springs-inspired area featuring a trackside pool surrounded by cabanas and umbrellas will be opened to racegoers on Saturday, with ambassador… Read More »

  • The Everest favourite scratched from The Shorts

    Everest favourite Santa Ana Lane has been scratched from an important lead-up race to the $14 million sprint because of a heavy track at Randwick. Santa Ana Lane was an acceptor for Saturday’s Group Two Shorts (1100m) but Sydney’s wet weather has prompted trainer Anthony Freedman to keep the star… Read More »

  • Ex-jockey remains in coma after fall

    Former apprentice Stephen Brown Jr remains in a induced coma following a fall in a Wangaratta jump-out. The Victorian Jockeys’ Association released a statement on Thursday saying Brown remains in the intensive care unit of the Royal Melbourne Hospital. “Doctors are continuing to closely monitor his head injuries,” the VJA… Read More »

  • Seasons best race could fall apart

    Pierata is no certainty to take his place in The Shorts with Greg Hickman joining the list of trainers reluctant to run their Everest contenders on a heavily rain-affected track at Randwick. Tony and Calvin McEvoy have indicated Sunlight is in doubt to run in Saturday’s sprint on heavy ground… Read More »

  • Godolphin with two Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes chances

    Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes contender Deprive will be reunited with Sydney jockey Rachel King for his first attempt at racing’s elite level. The James Cummings-trained Deprive makes his Group One debut in Saturday’s 1400m Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield having won five of his past six starts. King will… Read More »

  • Campbell Rawiller set for his riding debut

    Leading jockey Nash Rawiller’s son Campbell is set to make his race riding debut, with the teenage apprentice booked for three rides at a meeting in the Riverina region of NSW. Campbell Rawiller, 18, is indentured to trainer Logan McGill at Mornington and the McGill-trained six-year-old gelding Serveur is one… Read More »

  • Reckless Choice on Magic Millions Trophy path

    A big drop in weight gives consistent Reckless Choice a chance to confirm his Magic Millions credentials at Eagle Farm. Reckless Choice faces his stiffest test to date in Saturday’s $105,000 Makers Mark Open (1800m) at Eagle Farm. The gelding has won five of his seven starts at 1600m but… Read More »

  • Stephen Brown Jr in serious condition after fall

    Former apprentice Stephen Brown Jr remains in a serious condition following a fall in a Wangaratta jump-out. Brown was flown to Royal Melbourne Hospital in an induced coma following the fall in north-east Victoria on Wednesday. Victorian Jockeys’ Association chief executive Matthew Hyland said there were some positive signs late… Read More »

  • Kris Lees out to break Newcastle Cup hoodoo

    Kris Lees has stacked the bases in a concerted bid to finally crack a win in his hometown Cup at Newcastle with his team headed by race favourite Our Candidate. The Novacastrian has confirmed he will have up to six runners in Friday’s Group Three Newcastle Cup (2300m) with only… Read More »

  • Team Edmonds solving problems

    The Edmonds training partnership seems to have found the key to one problem child and hope to do the same with another at Eagle Farm. The combination of Toby Edmonds and his son Trent got their 19th winner for the season when Dream Master won by 4-1/2 lengths at Doomben… Read More »

  • Pippie going for four straight at Caulfield

    Co-trainer Chris Meagher believes the best is still to come from Pippie as the mare strives to remain unbeaten in her current campaign. After starting her preparation at Doomben in July, Pippie came to Melbourne last month to record victories at Caulfield on August 17 and 31 respectively. Pippie’s latest… Read More »

  • Japanese horses pull out of Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup

    Two Japanese horses who held entries for Melbourne spring carnival features will not be making the trip to Australia. Racing Victoria said after reviewing the weights and order of entry the connections of Meiner Wunsch and Meiner Fanrong have decided not to send the pair to Melbourne. Meiner Wunsch was… Read More »

  • Richard Litt chasing first Eagle Farm winner

    Warwick Farm’s Richard Litt has come a long way in a short time as a trainer and gets a good chance to achieve another first at Eagle Farm. Litt joined the Group One winners’ list when Castelvecchio won the Champagne Stakes during the autumn and is hoping the colt can… Read More »

  • Matt Dunn still hoping for a spot in The Kosciuszko

    Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn has not given up hope the stable can have a runner in the Kosciuszko despite missing out in the original draft. Dunn hopes his runners Snitz and La Scopa will show at Eagle Farm on Saturday that they should have been snapped up for the Kosciuszko… Read More »

  • The Everest favourite in doubt for The Shorts

    Everest favourite Santa Ana Lane is in doubt for one of his major lead-up races because of Sydney’s rain. Trainer Anthony Freedman has delayed Santa Ana Lane’s trip from Melbourne for Saturday’s Group Two Shorts at Randwick. Santa Ana Lane was scheduled to travel overnight on Wednesday but Freedman said… Read More »

  • Tofane chasing stakes win at Caulfield

    Off the back of a last-start win at The Valley, lightly raced Tofane is set for a return to stakes racing in the Group Three How Now Stakes at Caulfield. Tofane has been installed second favourite for Saturday’s 1200m race for mares at $7.50, with in-form Pippie the clear-cut favourite… Read More »

  • Queensland trainer banned for sample substitution

    Gold Coast trainer Brad Witt has been disqualified for 12 months for substituting his urine sample during an integrity unit raid at the weekend. Witt fronted a stewards’ inquiry on Wednesday, where he pleaded guilty to swapping someone else’s urine sample for his own at the Gold Coast track last… Read More »

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