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  • Mizzy ready to fly again in $7.5m Golden Eagle

    Trainer Anthony Cummings has been taken aback by the breadth of appeal the $7.5 million Golden Eagle has garnered in its inaugural year as a high class group of Sydney locals try to stave off challengers from far and wide. Along with a trio of international raiders – Beat Le… Read More »

     
  • Coolmore Stud Stakes – What you need to know

    COOLMORE STUD STAKES * The $1.5 million Coolmore Stud Stakes is a Group One set weights race over 1200m for three-year-olds at Melbourne’s Flemington Racecourse * It will run as race six at 3pm AEDT on Saturday, November 2 HISTORY * First run as the Ascot Vale Stakes over 1000m… Read More »

     
  • Trainer confident ahead of Victoria Derby 2019

    Sydney trainer Mark Newnham reckons his father, John, will be cheering louder than anyone for favourite Shadow Hero in the $2 million Victoria Derby. Not only because his son has a gilt-edged chance to train the winner of the time-honoured Classic for the first time on Saturday at Flemington, but… Read More »

     
  • QRIC calls for horse retirement data

    Queensland owners and trainers have been given two weeks to update their racehorse retirement data. Queensland Racing Integrity Commission boss Ross Barnett said QRIC had called an amnesty for all racing industry horse owners which would run from Friday to November 15. Barnett said Judge Terry Martin, who was heading… Read More »

     
  • Libertini ready to fire in Coolmore Stud Stakes

    No stone has been left unturned in Libertini’s preparation for the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes and a few bullish words from big race jockey Damien Oliver have further cemented the belief of her trainer. Anthony Cummings and owner Gerry Harvey zoned in on the Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m) after… Read More »

     
  • Tumultuous takes first step to history

    Tumultuous will start at long odds in his first step towards writing Magic Millions history when he returns to racing at Eagle Farm. The gelding has trialled nicely in the lead-up to Saturday’s BRC Membership Open Handicap (1400m) but his main game will be in the Magic Millions Trophy (2400m)… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira to ride 2019 Melbourne Cup favourite

    Champion jockey Joao Moreira has been booked to ride 2019 Melbourne Cup favourite Constantinople. Constantinople who was set to be ridden by jockey Glen Boss before his suspension will now be ridden by Hong Kong based Joao Moreira. Joao Moreira was in discussions with Lindsay Park to ride the horse… Read More »

     
  • Groundswell chasing bonus in Carbine Club Stakes

    A lucrative bonus awaits Caulfield Guineas placegetter Groundswell if he can win the $500,000 Carbine Club Stakes at Flemington. The Anthony Freedman-trained colt is the early favourite for Saturday’s Group Three Carbine Club and one of three runners eligible to claim a $1 million bonus. The winner of the Carbine… Read More »

     
  • Golden Eagle charm irresistible for Chris Waller

    Unable to be in two places at once, Chris Waller has decided to play at home, choosing the Golden Eagle meeting at Rosehill over Flemington’s Derby day. Waller-trained stars Arcadia Queen ($3.10) and Kolding ($5) will be at Rosehill for Saturday’s new 1500-metre Golden Eagle for four-year-olds worth $7.5 million…. Read More »

     
  • Victoria Derby – What you need to know

    VICTORIA DERBY * The $2 million Victoria Derby is a Group One Classic for three-year-olds run over 2500m at Melbourne’s Flemington racecourse * It will run as race seven at 3.45pm AEDT on Saturday, November 2 HISTORY * First run in 1855 when won by Rose Of May, the Victoria… Read More »

     
  • Damien Lane takes his Melbourne Cup ride for a spin

    Getting back aboard Caulfield Cup winner Mer De Glace for a piece of work at Werribee has put Damian Lane’s mind at ease ahead of the Melbourne Cup. Lane is aiming to become the first jockey to claim Melbourne’s big three races in the same year – the Caulfield Cup,… Read More »

     
  • Golden Eagle contender in doubt

    The David Jolly-trained Behemoth will be required to pass a veterinary inspection on Saturday morning if he is to take his place in The Golden Eagle field. Behemoth displayed lameness in the near foreleg following an inspection by Racing NSW Veterinarians on Friday. Online bookmaker Sportsbet has Behemoth as a… Read More »

     
  • New and potentially ‘very special’ sire dies

    Promising first season sire Spill The Beans has died on the eve of the appearance of his first metropolitan race runner. Spill The Beans, who stood at Aquis Farm in Queensland, is tipped to be among the leading first season sires in Australia this season. The winner of the Group… Read More »

     
  • Ten Sovereigns retired to Coolmore Stud

    July Cup winner Ten Sovereigns has been retired and will stand next to his sire No Nay Never at Coolmore Stud. The horse is in Australia after contesting the $14 million Everest in which he finished last after being outpaced. Earlier this week, trainer Aidan O’Brien announced Ten Sovereigns would… Read More »

     
  • Legal action could be taken over Melbourne Cup scratching

    The owners of Marmelo are considering legal options after last year’s Melbourne Cup runner-up was controversially scratched from the race. Marmelo and Godolphin’s Ispolini, trained by last year’s Melbourne Cup winning trainer Charlie Appleby, were on Wednesday scratched from Tuesday’s $8 million Melbourne Cup after standing CT scans indicated potentia… Read More »

     
  • Accession out to emulate sire in Coolmore Stud Stakes

    Accession will try to add to trainer Chris Waller’s impressive list of Coolmore Stud Stakes winners when the colt bids to emulate his sire in the Group One sprint. Waller won the Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m) for three-year-olds at Flemington in three consecutive years from 2013 to 2015, with 2014… Read More »

     
  • RV vets conduct Melbourne Cup horse inspections

    Racing Victoria veterinarians completed their inspection of the top 35 horses in the Order of Entry for the $8 million Melbourne Cup to determine their suitability to accept at Saturday’s 4.30pm deadline. The Gwenda Markwell-trained Angel of Truth presented with lameness in the left fore, with connections making the decision… Read More »

     
  • Politician/horse owner Paul Whelan dies

    Former NSW government minister and well-known racehorse owner/breeder Paul Whelan has died aged 75 after a long illness. Whelan was a member of the NSW parliament from 1976 to 2003 and a minister in the Neville Wran and Bob Carr-led governments. When he retired from politics, Whelan devoted himself to… Read More »

     
  • Perth G1 trip on radar for Land Of Plenty

    A trip to Perth is on the cards for Land Of Plenty, who will firstly chase his second Group One win in the Cantala Stakes at Flemington. Land Of Plenty was fourth in last year’s Group One Cantala Stakes (1600m) when trained by Darren Weir after winning the Group One… Read More »

     
  • Raheen House won’t accept for Melbourne Cup 2019

    Connections of Raheen House have had their Melbourne cup dreams dashed with the decision made not to accept for Tuesday’s $8 million Melbourne Cup at Flemington. Trainer William Haggas informed Racing Victoria stewards on Thursday that Raheen House would not accept for the Melbourne Cup 2019. Raheen House, 28th in… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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