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Horse Racing News

  • Hayes believes Queen’s horse can win again

    Having broken through for his first Australian win, Bold Sniper’s trainer David Hayes is confident The Queen’s horse can go on with the job at Flemington. Dylan Dunn wore the monarch’s famous colours – purple, gold braid, scarlet sleeves, black velvet cap, gold fringe – to win on Bold Sniper… Read More »

  • Tucanchoo on Tatt’s Cup mission

    The powerful Hawkes training team will rekindle a long-time association with jockey Paul Hammersley at Eagle Farm. Hammersley will ride in-form stayer Tucanchoo in Saturday’s Group Three Tattersall’s Cup (2200m). When John Hawkes was head trainer for the Ingham family, his son Michael ran the Brisbane stable while his other… Read More »

  • Inz’N’Out looking to be in winner’s circle

    Gerald Ryan will send King’s Troop to Melbourne and keep Inz’N’Out in Sydney as he tries to turn the fortunes of both horses around. King’s Troop will head to Flemington instead of Randwick on Saturday to take on Spieth who beat him last time they met while Inz’N’Out will stay… Read More »

  • Mallyon combines again with General Truce

    Almost seven years after their association began, veteran sprinter General Truce is still playing a special part in the career of Andrew Mallyon. The jockey will be back aboard the rising nine-year-old in Saturday’s Midwest Bellarine Hcp (1100m) at Flemington after registering his latest city win on the gelding at… Read More »

  • Blueberry Hill back to best: Birchley

    Stakes-winning filly Blueberry Hill’s road back to Group One company has been a bumpy one but trainer Liam Birchley believes she is finally ready to show her best. After Blueberry Hill won the Group Two Champagne Classic at Doomben in May last year, Birchley thought he had a genuine Group… Read More »

  • Kensington track to be rebuilt

    The much-maligned Kensington track at Randwick is to be dug up and rebuilt after being idle for more than 18 months. Since the last race meeting on the track in November 2014, the surface has performed poorly when tested in barrier trials. On Thursday, the Australian Turf Club announced the… Read More »

  • Rebuild planned for Kensington track

    The ATC have announced that the Kensington racetrack will undergo a total rebuild. The @atc_races have announced there will be a total rebuild of the Kensington track. Total rebuild with superior drainage is planned. — Andrew Bensley (@AndrewBensley) June 23, 2016

  • Kemp hopes weight favours Sold For Song

    A weight advantage could be the key to Sold For Song turning the tables on Tsaritsa when they meet again at Eagle Farm. The Chris Waller-trained Tsaritsa won the Queensland Guineas last Saturday week with Sold For Song running home strongly for third when she raced at the back of… Read More »

  • Former senior handicapper dies

    Former NSW chief handicapper Mark Webbey has died suddenly aged 58. Webbey began his career in the racing department of the Sydney Turf Club before joining the Australian Jockey Club. He was appointed as a handicapper for the AJC in 1987 and joined the NSW Thoroughbred Racing board as senior… Read More »

  • Young Victorian trainer returns positive swab

    Young Victorian trainer Logan McGill has had a horse return a positive swab to banned substance Dexamethasone earlier this year. McGill’s runner Arapahoe Moon returned a positive test to Dexamethasone at the Avoca on Anzac Day. Arapahoe Moon who was a $20 shot in the race finished sixth of ten. Recent cases involving the… Read More »

  • James McDonald continues English sojourn

    Sydney’s leading jockey James McDonald will continue his overseas sojourn when he rides Antiquarium in the Northumberland Plate. The Charlie Appleby-trained four-year-old is a 16-1 chance in an open market for the STG150,000 ($A294,000) handicap at Newcastle on Saturday over two miles (3200m). Godolphin’s retained rider in Australia, McDonald has… Read More »

  • Williams can edge closer in title race

    Craig Williams gets the chance to hit back in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with a good book of rides at Flemington. Premiership leader Dwayne Dunn is five wins ahead of second-placed Williams with just over a month of the season remaining, but Dunn will miss Saturday’s meeting through suspension. Dunn… Read More »

  • Tango Rain wins on belated debut

    It’s taken longer than expected to get Tango Rain to the races but the wait has been rewarded with the colt’s debut victory at Canterbury. And trainer Gerald Ryan believes the two-year-old can develop into a stakes horse as long as he can learn to settle in the barriers. Tango… Read More »

  • Turnitaround’s sibling chasing city win

    As Turnitaround enjoys a well-earned break after a successful campaign, trainer Matthew Williams hopes another member of the family can now make her mark in town. Five-year-old Turnitaround won four of his six starts in his latest preparation including three in the city, and is having a month’s rest after… Read More »


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