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Horse Racing News

  • Tony McEvoy pair to contest Blue Diamond Previews

    Tony McEvoy will showcase two of his stable’s potential Blue Diamond contenders in Preview races at Caulfield. Azazel and Miss Wahoo will represent the stable in separate Blue Diamond Previews on Thursday. And McEvoy has plans for Aspect and Roomooz to join those two-year-olds in next month’s Blue Diamond Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Tivaci to resume in Listed Kensington Stakes

    Tivaci will chase Group One targets this autumn but beforehand trainer Mike Moroney would like to see him collect a shorter sprint race. The four-year-old resumes in the Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) at Flemington on Saturday with Moroney saying victory would look good on his record. Tivaci is already a… Read More »

     
  • Bowman set to ride Big Money in Expressway Stakes

    As Big Money gears up for another crack at the Expressway Stakes, the honest gelding will do so without regular rider Robert Thompson. Thompson, who is the Australian record holder with more than 4000 winners, will be travelling to New Zealand on Saturday to ride at the Karaka Million meeting… Read More »

     
  • Sydney lawyer takes up Josh Cartwright fight

    Sydney lawyer Wayne Pasterfield says there is no evidence of any alleged betting activity against jockey Josh Cartwright who has been stood down pending an inquiry. Pasterfield will represent the Adelaide-based Cartwright when the inquiry is held on February 13. Cartwright pleaded guilty to a reckless riding charge after steering… Read More »

     
  • Song to tackle last summer feature

    Tough mare Sold For Song has recovered well from a Melbourne trip and is set to tackle the last feature race of the Queensland summer at the Sunshine Coast. Before she runs in the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup on Saturday her stablemate Puff’s Girl will make a lightning trip to… Read More »

     
  • Astern given quiet time in trial hit-out

    Group One-winning Godolphin colt Astern has finished sixth under a tight hold in barrier trial, as a number of autumn carnival contenders stepped out at Warwick Farm. The Golden Rose winner was not asked for an effort by jockey James Doyle as he cruised to a midfield finish in a… Read More »

     
  • Heartbreak City unplaced in jumps return

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Heartbreak City has finished midfield in his return in a hurdle at Leopardstown. Sent out favourite in Sunday’s race, the Tony Martin-trained Heartbreak City looked a threat coming to the last jump but failed to muster a challenge. The race was won by the Noel Meade-trained Ice… Read More »

     
  • Northwest Passage smashes rivals in the Hobart Guineas

    The might of Tulloch Lodge has spread to Tasmania with Northwest Passage dominating the Hobart Guineas, winning the Listed race by 7-1/2 lengths. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott -trained gelding was ridden in Sunday’s 2100m Listed race by Adam Hyeronimus who steered stablemate Ecuador to victory in the Carrington… Read More »

     
  • Dubai still an option for The Quarterback

    The Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai remains on the table for Group One-winner The Quarterback but he still has plenty of options at home. The Quarterback is scheduled to resume Group One Black Caviar Lightning (1000m) at Flemington on February 18 before a defence of the Group One Newmarket Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Omei Sword nearing comeback

    Godolphin colt Astern will be the headline act at the Warwick Farm barrier trials with Omei Sword, who he defeated to win the Golden Rose, to be saved for later in the week. Trainer Chris Waller said Omei Sword would run in a trial at Randwick on Friday. The filly… Read More »

     
  • Roller coaster week for Emma Ljung

    Apprentice Emma Ljung has completed a roller coaster week with a long shot winner and a suspension. Lljung was stood down from riding after suffering heat stroke at the Ipswich meeting on January 14. She was cleared to ride at Doomben on Wednesday but was again stood down by stewards… Read More »

     
  • Heat forces program change for I’m Belucci

    Brisbane’s hot summer has caused a change of plans for Group One placegetter I’m Belucci. Trainer Desleigh Forster brought I’m Belucci back from his spring spell with the idea of a light summer campaign. “He has been placed in Group One company twice (Spring Champion Stakes and Queensland Derby) but… Read More »

     
  • Stars of Weir’s team ready to resume

    Some of the stars of Darren Weir’s high flying stable are set to step out this week to begin their campaigns aimed at Group One glory. Black Heart Bart, Palentino and Flamberge are already Group One winners and the three are set to resume in Friday night’s Group Two Australia… Read More »

     
  • Winx in running to be crowned world’s best

    When Chris Waller crossed the Tasman Sea armed with four horses and a pocketful of ambition, never in his wildest dreams could he imagine the heights he might scale. Now as the dominant Group One trainer in Australian racing, Waller will attend the world’s best racehorse awards on Wednesday (AEDT)… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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