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  • Tom Dabernig excited by the challenge ahead

    Tom Dabernig is excited at the challenge on the horizon and believes he and the rest of the Lindsay Park team are ready to continue the famous racing operation’s success once David Hayes returns to Hong Kong. Hayes, and the Hong Kong Jockey Club, announced last week he will return… Read More »

     
  • Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes field attracts 18 nominations

    The Daniel Bowman-trained Begood Toya Mother has been installed the early favourite in an all-in market for the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes after the release of nominations for the Group One handicap at Caulfield. Begood Toya Mother was posted as the $5 favourite in the TAB’s market on Monday before… Read More »

     
  • Eric The Eel returns for Caulfield Guineas campaign

    Melbourne spring carnival candidate Eric The Eel will make his return to racing at Doomben, more than a week later than expected. Caloundra trainer Stuart Kendrick had planned to run Eric The Eel in a 1400m-race at Eagle Farm on September 7 but decided to wait. Instead Eric The Eel… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller dominates George Main Stakes entries

    Trainer Chris Waller has 10 of the 19 nominations for the Group One George Main Stakes but is likely to whittle that down to three or four. The weight-for-age George Main (1600m) is the feature race on Saturday’s Randwick card which also features the Group Two Shorts (1100m), an important… Read More »

     
  • Castlevecchio heading to the Golden Rose

    Group One winner Castlevecchio will target the 2019 Golden Rose after an eye catching run in the Dulcify Stakes on the weekend. Castlevecchio hit the line strongly over 1500m in the Dulcify Stakes on the weekend which has prompted trainer Richard Litt to target the horse at the 2019 Golden… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Melbourne Cup favourite disappoints in Irish St Leger

    Last years Melbourne Cup winner and current favourite for the 2019 Melbourne Cup ‘Cross Counter’ was just okay overnight in the Irish St Leger. Cross Counter went into the Irish St Leger as the $2.30 favourite with the TAB but could only manage a rather disappointing fourth with Search For… Read More »

     
  • George Main Stakes to decide Verry Elleegant’s path

    The George Main Stakes looms as a campaign-defining race for Verry Elleegant with trainer Chris Waller to weigh up the mare’s options after the Group One event. Waller admits Verry Elleegant’s first run as a four-year-old when she beat just one runner home in the Group One Winx Stakes was… Read More »

     
  • Queensland trainers seek clarity on replacements

    Queensland trainers have requested stewards clarify the rules for the late replacement of claiming apprentices after a dispute at Doomben. Apprentice Baylee Nothdurft was stood down with illness after the first race and five replacement riders were needed for his mounts later in the day. Trainer Desleigh Forster wanted to… Read More »

     
  • Spirit Of Valor aimed at Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

    A former member of champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien’s operation will attempt to win a Group One race for a local stable at Caulfield. Spirit Of Valor will contest the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday, his third run for the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace partnership. The… Read More »

     
  • The Shorts next for The Everest bound Redzel

    Having shown he is still in business for a third win in the Everest with his Concorde Stakes victory, Redzel faces his next challenge on the path to his spring grand final when he runs in The Shorts at Randwick. His trainer Peter Snowden says The Shorts is an important… Read More »

     
  • Plenty of options remain open for Zoustyle

    Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan believes he still has plenty of options for sprinter Zoustyle including a possible trip to Western Australia. Zoustyle tasted defeat for the first time in seven starts when he ran last of six in the Concorde Stakes at Randwick last week. Gollan has sent Zoustyle to… Read More »

     
  • David Hayes to concentrate on Australia for now

    This time next year David Hayes will be back in Hong Kong and a few meetings into a new racing season. He will be divorced from the training partnership he currently has with his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig and sourcing his own stock to race in Hong Kong…. Read More »

     
  • Stable lose a mate in Flemington death

    Trainer Jason Warren has posted a heart felt message on Twitter regarding the death of Antah at Flemington on Saturday saying the stable has lost a mate. Antah sadly broke down during The Sofitel at Flemington on Saturday and could not be saved. The son of Bel Esprit won seven… Read More »

     
  • Practical demonstration for Beau Appo appeal

    Jockey Beau Appo’s appeal against a four-week suspension for weighing in light will feature a first with a practical demonstration of saddling a horse. Appo’s lawyers have arranged for a demonstration of the jockey’s role and how a horse is saddled for the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal appeal on… Read More »

     
  • Justin Huxtable to link with Chris Munce in Brisbane

    Talented South Australian apprentice Justin Huxtable is set to try his luck in Queensland with trainer Chris Munce as his master. Huxtable has ridden 109 winners in South Australia and still has a 2kg allowance in the metropolitan area. Munce said he expected Huxtable to arrive in Brisbane at the… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Nikita Beriman confirms retirement

    Ground-breaking jockey Nikita Beriman has announced her retirement because of persistent hip problems. Beriman became the first woman to ride a Group One winner in Victoria when Tears I Cry claimed the 2007 Emirates Stakes. His win was also a first at the highest level for then-fledgling trainer Ciaron Maher…. Read More »

     
  • Trainer questioned over blow-out Makybe Diva Stakes win

    Trainer of Makybe Diva Stakes winner Gatting has been questioned over the horses improvement after upstaging Cox Plate favourite Mystic Journey in the feature at Flemington today. Gatting was sent out at $151/1 with most bookmakers but held off the gallant attempt of the even money favourite Mystic Journey over… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – September 14th Edition

    An absolute boilover in the Makybe Diva stunned punters, Arcadia Queen kicked off her 4YO season with a bang and the fairer sex in the jockey ranks dominated Flemington. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Gatting…Good Lord On… Read More »

     
  • Oliver and McNeil to miss Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes meeting

    Jockey Damien Oliver will miss the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke meeting at Caulfield after being suspended on a careless riding charge at Flemington. Oliver was suspended for his ride on King Of Leogrance in the Very Special Kids Win and Pin Plate on Saturday. The suspension commences after a… Read More »

     
  • Adam Trinder proud of Mystic Journey despite defeat

    Mystic Journey’s winning sequence has come to an end after an upset in the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington but the mare remains favourite for the $5 million Cox Plate. Mystic Journey was upset by West Australian vistor Gatting in Saturday’s 1600m weight-for-age feature, bringing to an end a seven-race… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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