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  • Key gear change for Passage Of Time

    A gelding procedure produced winning results for Passage Of Time during the winter and Joe Pride believes the sprinter is on the verge of recapturing that vein of form. The six-year-old raced more genuinely last preparation claiming wins in half of his six starts, including back-to-back victories at Rosehill in… Read More »

  • Ben Thompson full steam ahead since return

    Jockey Ben Thompson has to re-acquaint himself with getting behind the steering wheel and driving again after returning from Singapore. Thompson arrived back in Melbourne on Tuesday morning having completed a year-long stint away and was back in the saddle on Wednesday, firstly for track work with Ciaron Maher and… Read More »

  • St Joeys to get first city test at Flemington

    Matthew Williams has had St Joeys earmarked as a horse of promise for some time and the Warrnambool trainer will get a better gauge on his ability when he makes his city debut at Flemington. St Joeys raced once in his first preparation as a late two-year-old in June, finishing… Read More »

  • $250,000 The Gateway a test for Tambo’s Mate

    A chance to test in-form Tambo’s Mate at 1400 metres has swayed trainer Stuart Kendrick to run the gelding in $250,000 The Gateway at Eagle Farm. Kendrick accepted with Tambo’s Mate in both The Gateway and the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes (1300m) on Saturday. He had wanted to see in… Read More »

  • Gold Fields’ future hinges on Villiers Stakes result

    Jockey Nash Rawiller will be able call on his apprentice son Campbell if he wants any advice ahead of his ride on Gold Fields in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick. Sydney-based Rawiller rides Gold Fields for the first time in Saturday’s Group Two race over 1600m while his son is… Read More »

  • James McDonald’s faith a good guide to the Inglis Nursery

    A positive lead from top jockey James McDonald has reinforced John Sargent’s confidence ahead of Encountabull’s Inglis Nursery bid at Randwick. McDonald partnered Encountabull when he flashed home for a debut fourth at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate day and was impressed enough to make a long-range commitment to ride… Read More »

  • NSW trainer fined for positive

    NSW trainer Melanie O’Gorman has been fined over a positive to a prohibited substance Lamotrigine in a post-race urine sample. The Melanie O’Gorman-trained She Just Said It was returned a positive to prohibited substance Lamotrigine following the mares win at Armidale on Saturday, 14th September. Release: An inquiry was conducted… Read More »

  • Robbie Griffiths given the all-clear to return to the racetrack

    After an absence of four months, trainer Robbie Griffiths has been given the all-clear to return to the racetrack following brain surgery. Griffiths underwent surgery on August 17 for an aneurism and received the final all-clear earlier this week by his medical team to attend the twilight meeting at Flemington… Read More »

  • Tyzone stays home for Lough Neagh Stakes

    Co-trainer Toby Edmonds believes the decision to avoid a Sydney trip with Group One performer Tyzone will make it easier for him to get a wild card to Magic Millions day. Edmonds was tempted to take Tyzone to Randwick on Saturday for the Listed Razor Sharp Handicap (1200m). He instead… Read More »

  • Brain injury could see an early retirement for Raquel Clark

    South Australia’s reigning premier jockey Raquel Clark faces an uncertain riding future after suffering a brain injury in a fall. Clark continues to recuperate from the injury she suffered when she fell from a horse after the finish line in a race at Morphettville last month. “They just called it… Read More »

  • Bigger track set to help The Candy Man

    A return to a bigger track and a step up in distance is expected to help The Candy Man back up seven days after running third at Doomben. The Candy Man had problems getting a clear run in the straight when third in the Listed Brisbane Handicap last Saturday. Trainer… Read More »

  • Chris Waller shoots for fifth Christmas Cup

    Long before Winx, champion trainer Chris Waller made his name plundering Sydney’s staying races with tried horses imported from Europe. A snapshot of that success can be seen in the honour roll for Saturday’s Christmas Cup (2400m) at Randwick, a race Waller will be striving to win for the fifth… Read More »

  • Outback Barbie out to break Eagle Farm hoodoo

    Top Brisbane mare Outback Barbie has failed to run a place in three Eagle Farm starts but her trainer Tony Gollan believes it is a false statistic leading into the $250,000 The Gateway. The lure of an automatic entry for the Group One Stradbroke Handicap means Outback Barbie will run… Read More »

  • Heavy rainfall at Doomben ahead of meeting

    There are smiles all around at Doomben morning with the track soaked overnight in a storm. The Brisbane Racing Club had been forced to buy water for Doomben after its dams ran dry two weeks ago. Wednesday night’s storm dumped 59mm of water on the course which has filled the… Read More »

  • Mick Price, Mick Kent Jr train four at Sandown

    Mick Price has enjoyed his most successful day with his training partner Mick Kent Jr preparing four winners and a second from six starters at the Sandown twilight fixture. It is not the first time Price has trained four winners, registering that haul at Sandown in February 2009. “I’ve had… Read More »

  • Singapore apprentice lands Sandown winner

    A well-judged front running ride has landed Singapore’s champion apprentice Simon Kok a victory at Sandown. Kok rode the $2.90 Pierrless to a 1-1/2 length win in Wednesday’s Clanbrooke Racing Handicap (1500m) to give him a second winner in Victoria following success at Tatura on Sunday. Gaining experience in Tasmania… Read More »

  • Mick Price has high opinion of Right You Are

    Mick Price won’t be rushed into getting Right You Are back to the track after the gelding’s breakthrough win Sandown. Having his third start, Right You Are won the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Plate with Price, who trains in partnership with Mick Kent junior, immediately declaring the gelding was headed for… Read More »

  • Juveniles out to make immediate impression

    Lindsay Park stablemates Dark Horse and Wide Awake are among a host of two-year-olds set to make their debuts in a race at Flemington and co-trainer Ben Hayes believes both have shown enough to figure. Saturday’s #LovetheHorse (1100m) for juveniles has a field of 11 with Adelaide debut winner Unstoppabelle… Read More »

  • Prolific country winner earns another visit to the city

    Prolific country winner Money Ad earned a chance at big city money for the second time in a month with his victory in the Summer Provincial Sprint series heat at Dalby. Miles trainer Bev Johnson travels his horses all over the state from his Western Downs stables and is best… Read More »

  • NSW team favourite for Origin Jockey Series

    Melbourne Cup-winning rider Michael Rodd looks likely to miss a chance to link with his old boss Bryan Guy but he is fancied to win his first ‘Origin’ Jockey Series. Rodd did his apprenticeship with Guy on the Gold Coast but was born in NSW and will wear the sky… Read More »

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