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  • Watch đź“ş Libertini’s little sister makes eye-catching debut

    The full sibling to multiple Group 2 winner Libertini has made her presence felt with an eye-catching debut victory at Hawkesbury on Wednesday. The Ron Quinton-trained De An Andretti lived up to her bloodlines, producing a barnstorming finish to snatch victory by 0.3 lengths. Libertini's sister gets there! Dean Andretti… Read More »

  • Boom sprinter Bivouac retired

    There was a time when the enigmatic BIVOUAC (Exceed and Excel – Dazzler) was rated the best sprinter on earth. From today, however, he is going to be aimed at becoming the best stallion at stud. Godolphin officially retired him after his disappointing, unplaced run last Saturday behind his arch-rival… Read More »

  • Danny O’Brien’s 2YO In The Mood at Bendigo

    I Am In The Mood has started her racing career in the right way, holding off the chasing pack to score at Bendigo. A trip to the Cranbourne trials to partner the Danny O’Brien-trained two-year-old I Am In The Mood has paid a winning dividend for Craig Williams at Bendigo…. Read More »

  • Speedster Ancestry set to rebound at Caulfield

    Speedster Ancestry will appreciate a return to Caulfield and a break between races as he bids to return to winning form. Trainer Phillip Stokes has learned from his mistake of backing up Ancestry and is expecting an improved effort from the sprinter at Caulfield. Ancestry is back to one of… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah to get the best out of La Mexicana

    After an unsuccessful trip to Sydney, Jamie Kah reunites with La Mexicana as they attempt to build their successful association. Sam Freedman is banking on Jamie Kah being back aboard La Mexicana proving pivotal to the chances of the filly at Caulfield. La Mexicana runs in the VOBIS Gold Dash… Read More »

  • Sense of deja vu for trainer in Sydney Cup

    Randwick-based trainer John O’Shea is looking for a sense of deja vu with his Sydney Cup contender Rondinella on Saturday. O’Shea is hoping his six-year-old mare can replicate the feats of his former Sydney Cup winner in Jessicabeel. The daughter of the great Zabeel won the Sydney Cup in 2010… Read More »

  • No laughing matter for That’s Funny Az

    Dion Luciani refers to That’s Funny Az and it’s not hard to understand why he holds affection for the horse. The four-year-old has emerged as one of Perth’s most improved gallopers this year and is Luciani’s stable flag bearer. Four of Luciani’s five city wins this season have come courtesy… Read More »

  • Addeybb given spark for Queen Elizabeth Stakes clash

    Star English Raider Addeybb will have blinkers applied for the first time in the highly anticipated Queen Elizabeth Stakes on Saturday. Market đź’°: View the Odds for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes The William Haggas-trained galloper is looking to turn the tables on the Chris Waller-trained mare Verry Elleegant, after being… Read More »

  • Featherweight to deliver WA Sires’ Produce Stakes knockout

    Impressed by his fighting win, trainer Dan Morton will have Featherweight back in action for Saturday’s Group 3 WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Ascot. The Snippetson gelding is on the quick turnaround for the final feature race of the juvenile season after displaying courage to end his maiden status… Read More »

  • Galaxy Raider chases rich prize at Caulfield

    Trainer Grahame Begg is expecting Galaxy Raider to relish the step up in journey as he chases a rich prize at Caulfield. Galaxy Raider is down to run in the $250,000 VOBIS Gold Mile (1600m) on Saturday, his second run back following a break, having finished third behind Mr Quickie in the Group 3 Victoria… Read More »

  • Sir Dragonet ready for more Group 1 success

    Following a dominant victory in the Group 1 Tancred Stakes, Boss is understandably bullish regarding Sir Dragonet who on Tuesday morning drew barrier 2 for Saturday’s feature event. Much of the focus leading into the Queen Elizabeth Stakes surrounds the matchup between English Raider Addeybb and Chris Waller-trained mare Verry Elleegant. But when speaking after… Read More »

  • Boosted crowd numbers for Anzac Day races at Flemington

    After 46 days without a community transmitted COVID case in Victoria, the Victoria Racing Club has announced the removal of the segregated safe zones for their upcoming Anzac Day meeting at Flemington. Victoria presently has three COVID cases in hotel quarantine after international travellers were allowed to fly into Melbourne from last week…. Read More »

  • Starry Legend primed for The Showdown

    John Sadler says a lot hinges on the performance of Starry Legend in the $950,000 The Showdown at Caulfield on Saturday. Unbeaten in two starts, Starry Legend will be tackling the 1200m journey for the first time which is a concern for Sadler. Success on Saturday, after wins at Sandown… Read More »

  • Pinjarra Cup winner’s plans up in the air

    Trainer Brett Pope is yet to decide on the immediate future of yesterday’s TABtouch-Pinjarra Cup winner Divine Shadow. Divine Shadow scored an effortless 3 Âľ length win in the $120,000 feature, his first at Listed level. Brett Pope said he wasn’t sure where he would send the gelding next but hinted at… Read More »

  • Flirtini closes in on cameo campaign

    Trainer Simon Miller is looking forward to the return of Flirtini as the talented mare begins her countdown to dual Group 3 races in May. Flirtini is due to start in the Northam Stakes (1100m) on May 2 and will then target the Group 3 Roma Cup (1200m) at Ascot… Read More »

  • VOBIS Gold Dash or Redelva Stakes for Capriccio

    A start in Melbourne or Adelaide is on the cards for lightly-raced Capriccio this weekend after she was a recent withdrawal from a race at Caulfield. Warrnambool-based trainer Daniel Bowman is in two minds where he will head with promising filly Capriccio. But he knows the filly will be racing… Read More »

  • Good Idea on track for Sydney Cup

    Good Idea will be attempting a rare Cups double when he runs in the Sydney Cup at Randwick. Phillip Stokes says he could not have Good Idea in any better shape as the gelding chases the Adelaide and Sydney Cups double. Good Idea is set to run in the Group… Read More »

  • Begood Toya Mother still has the zest for racing

    A luckless eighth at his first run back after a break has Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman enthusiastic for the future with Begood Toya Mother. Daniel Bowman says he was rapt with the return of Begood Toya Mother at Caulfield which showed the gelding still has the zest for racing. Begood… Read More »

  • Sydney Cup back on the radar for Kiwi

    The Sydney Cup campaign of Quick Thinker is back on track after he rebounded to form with a superior staying performance in the Chairman’s Quality at Randwick. The New Zealander had been winless since last year’s Australian Derby but he relished the soft conditions and genuine tempo to outlast Rondinella by a head. Andrew Forsman, who trains the… Read More »

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