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  • Shelby Cobra strikes to win at Flemington

    Mike Moroney will consider backing up impressive Flemington winner Shelby Cobra in the Sandown Guineas after the three-year-old’s victory in The Amanda Elliott. “We won’t say no but we don’t usually make decisions on race day and we’ll see how he pulls up. We’ll consider all avenues,” Moroney said. Moroney… Read More »

     
  • Shelby Cobra wins and looks a star of the future

    Top trainer Michael Moroney said before the race he believed his lightly raced 3YO SHELBY COBRA (Toronado-Segenhoe Valley) was pretty smart. And when he came home down the centre of the Flemington straight racing past TOMMY GOLD (Sacred Falls-Gold Rocks) and the weakening DEEP SPEED (Deep Field-Fast N Witty) ,… Read More »

     
  • Baylee Nothdurft making the most of his opportunities

    Last season, as an apprentice, Baylee Nothdurft took out both the Brisbane Jockey Premiership titles … the first apprentice to do so since Zac Purton and Michael Rodd did so all those years ago. Towards the end of the season, Nothdurft smashed his jaw and when he resumed riding, now… Read More »

     
  • Jim Cassidy praises Jye McNeil’s Melbourne Cup ride

    Jockey Jye McNeil has quite rightly been receiving rave reviews for his winning start to finish ride on Twilight Payment in Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup. As justified as that outflowing of praise has been, all of those reviews have come from observers though, rather than anybody who has actually ‘been there… Read More »

     
  • Russian Camelot ruled out of another Melbourne Cup

    Star stayer Russian Camelot will not be given another chance at winning a Melbourne Cup with trainer Danny O’Brien stating the horse will not run over 3200m again. Russian Camelot was the early market favourite for the Melbourne Cup until he was beaten in the Cox Plate and despite running… Read More »

     
  • Isotope begins Magic Millions quest at Doomben

    Tony Gollan is hoping Isotope’s class edge will be enough to overcome a wide alley and top weight in her Magic Millions campaign opener at Doomben. Isotope has the dual burdens of 59kg and the outside alley in the eight-horse field for the Nat McCall Racing Handicap (1050m) but Gollan… Read More »

     
  • In-form mare ready for Country Classic challenge

    Brett Thompson is confident Amy’s Shadow will handle the rise in class and distance when she tackles the $125,000 Country Classic at Rosehill. The five-time premier central districts trainer believes his lightly-raced grey is ready for a crack at the longer 2000m trip and he has no concerns about the… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien team hoping for more Melbourne Cup Carnival spoils

    The Joseph O’Brien team already have the Melbourne Cup in their pocket and they are hoping to plunder more spring carnival spoils before heading home to Ireland. O’Brien will start Pondus in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2600m) at Flemington on Saturday, four days after Twilight Payment led throughout to win… Read More »

     
  • Gary Moore bullish ahead of the Golden Gift

    Pedigrees mean a lot in racing and Rosehill trainer Gary Moore boasts one of the finest in the industry. The son of champion Hall Of Fame jockey George Moore, Gary has had a glittering career in his own right as both a jockey and a trainer. In the saddle, Moore… Read More »

     
  • Mugatoo boasts the right form for Mackinnon Stakes

    In a campaign that has stamped him as one of the country’s premier middle-distance horses, Mugatoo will look to sign off with a Group One victory on the final day of the Flemington carnival. The Australian Bloodstock galloper momentarily looked a chance in the Cox Plate when he loomed on… Read More »

     
  • Journeyman Adrian McGregor in Rosehill Approach

    He has only had his trainers’ licence renewed for a few months, but Cranbourne-based horseman Adrian McGregor has immediately built an impressive strike rate with limited numbers. McGregor saddles up Approach Discreet, a horse formerly trained by Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior, in the opening race at Rosehill. Purchased… Read More »

     
  • Gerald Ryan has summer goals for Chains Of Honour

    He didn’t quite measure up to the best of his generation in the autumn but Chains Of Honour will be given the chance to make his presence felt in the off-season stakes races. The four-year-old was midfield in both the Rosehill Guineas and ATC Australian Derby after claiming the Group… Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman suspended for winning ride

    Despite two outstanding rides for wins at Flemington on Oaks day, and a superb ride on Montefilia to grab 3rd in the Gr 1 Oaks, champion jockey Hugh Bowman has once again fallen foul of the Victorian stewards. And it was one of his winning rides that caused them to… Read More »

     
  • Personal lands Dabernig and Hayes partnership first G1

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver added another Group One winner to his amazing resume but it was a first for the training team of Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes when they combined with Personal to win the VRC Oaks. For Oliver it was his sixth win in the fillies classic, his… Read More »

     
  • VRC Oaks 2020 – What the jockeys said

    Read what each of the jockeys had to say about the runs of their mounts in the 2020 VRC Oaks at Flemington on Thursday. Winning Jockey: Damien Oliver “It was a good tough effort. It was a real slog, the last four or five hundred metres with the second and… Read More »

     
  • Personal wins the 2020 VRC Oaks

    The Lindsay Park trained Personal has bounced back from her defeat in Saturday’s Wakeful Stakes to win the $1m VRC Oaks at Flemington. Personal was beaten as the heavily backed favourite in the G2 Wakeful Stakes on Saturday but bounced back in todays feature at Flemington the VRC Oaks for… Read More »

     
  • Ancestry completes a perfect campaign

    Flying machine Ancestry completed a perfect campaign when he made it four wins from as many starts with an all-the-way effort in the Century Stakes. And as he has done in all of those wins he led throughout for apprentice Michael Poy, who claimed his first race at the Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Dosh hangs tough to get the cash narrowly

    Two-year-old filly Dosh did her best to throw away the Ottawa Stakes with her waywardness in the closing stages but she still found enough to prevail and set herself up for her next campaign. Dosh ($5.50 equal fav) looked certain to win before she veered out late and only just… Read More »

     
  • Debut winner scratched from rich Golden Gift

    Impressive Randwick winner Tiger Of Malay has been scratched from the $1 million Golden Gift after pulling up sore following trackwork. Trainers Richard and Michael Freedman confirmed the colt would be spelled immediately with a view to the autumn two-year-old races. “He pulled up slightly sore behind and with the… Read More »

     
  • Inside draw a concern for talented Love You Lucy

    Talented mare Love You Lucy has drawn perfectly for her Doomben assignment but trainer Barry Squair is not convinced it is an advantage. Squair believes Love You Lucy performs at her best racing outside other runners. For that reason, he is hoping jockey Jim Byrne can steer Love You Lucy… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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