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Horse Racing News

  • First Seal heads to Warwick Stakes

    Group One-winning mare First Seal is likely to kick off her spring campaign in the Warwick Stakes before heading towards the Epsom Handicap. Trainer John Thompson rates her as a strong chance in the race, where she is among 13 Group One winners entered in Saturday’s Group Two weight-for-age feature… Read More »

     
  • Five in the running for Vic HOTY honours

    The Victorian Horse of the Year field has been narrowed to five with the winner to be announced on Sunday night. Adelaide, Brazen Beau, Dissident, Lankan Rupee and Protectionist are in the running for the award judged on performances on Victorian racecourses through the 2014/15 season. The winner will join… Read More »

     
  • Racy to live up to her name at Canterbury

    Just looking at Racy’s record tells Gary Portelli how good she can be and he is hoping she can recapture the form she showed early in her career. The filly is entered for the Thousand Guineas this spring but first she needs to step up in a benchmark 67 at… Read More »

     
  • Manhattan Blues to make belated return

    A heavy track prompted Tony McEvoy to delay the return of Manhattan Blues and he will instead run the gelding first-up in a tougher race at Moonee Valley. The Blue Diamond Stakes fourth placegetter was entered to resume in a 1200m race in Adelaide on Saturday but McEvoy decided not… Read More »

     
  • Gregers among Carlyon Stakes nominations

    Quality sprinting mare Gregers headlines nominations for the Carlyon Stakes at Moonee Valley while Group One placegetter Odyssey Moon is among 22 entries for the McKenzie Stakes. The two Listed events are the features on Saturday’s Moonee Valley program with the 1000m Carlyon Stakes a set weights plus penalties sprint… Read More »

     
  • The Offer topweight for Rowley Mile

    Group One winning stayer The Offer is equal topweight with 61 kilograms for the Rowley Mile at Hawkesbury. The one-time favourite for last year’s Melbourne Cup, the Gai Waterhouse-trained The Offer did not make it to the big race after running unplaced in the Caulfield Cup. Trainer Bjorn Baker put… Read More »

     
  • Darren Smith loses appeal against ban

    Newcastle trainer Darren Smith has lost his appeal against a 15-year disqualification for cobalt offences. Last month, Judge David Amati of the Racing Appeals Tribunal rejected his appeal against conviction and on Monday upheld the 15-year ban. Smith was convicted of 42 charges relating to high levels of cobalt found… Read More »

     
  • Quality entries for Warwick Stakes

    The Warwick Stakes is the traditional starting point for many spring hopefuls and with 13 Group One winners entered this year, it shapes as one of the best. Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller has nine entries in Saturday’s Group Two 1400m weight-for-age feature at Randwick, eight of which are already… Read More »

     
  • Newitt loses appeal against suspension

    Craig Newitt has failed in his appeal against a careless riding suspension but will be back for Saturday’s racing. Newitt was outed for six meetings after being found guilty of careless riding in a race at Sale last Thursday. He appealed the decision and severity of the ban but lost… Read More »

     
  • Moon to get look at Valley before McKenzie

    Group One placegetter Odyssey Moon will have a familiarisation gallop at Moonee Valley in preparation for his planned return in the Listed McKenzie Stakes. Damien Oliver, who rode Odyssey Moon in two Group One races in the autumn, is booked for the ride in Saturday’s 1200m race and he will… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn booked for Guineas winner

    Blake Shinn has been booked as the replacement rider for Rosehill Guineas winner Volkstok’n’barrell who is set to make his mark in the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. Craig Williams rode the Donna Logan-trained gelding to his Group One autumn win in Sydney but his commitment to a jockeys’ series in… Read More »

     
  • Alpine Eagle to resume in Adelaide

    While a host of stars will step out in the Warwick Stakes in Sydney another big-race hopeful will begin his campaign in a weight-for-age event in Adelaide. Trainer Tony McEvoy is looking forward to Alpine Eagle’s return in Saturday’s Listed Penny Edition Stakes (1400m) at Morphettville. Meanwhile in Sydney, nominations… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Sun ready to shine for Portelli

    If Sebring Sun can make it to the $1 million Golden Rose, his trainer Gary Portelli will chalk it up as one for the little guys. The colt takes a make-or-break step to Sydney’s first Group One race of the season when he runs in Saturday’s Up And Coming Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Noble Protector to trial at Cranbourne

    A barrier trial at Cranbourne on Friday will determine the starting point for Noble Protector’s spring campaign. The imported mare took an important step for the upcoming carnival with a jump-out at Sandown on Thursday under the guidance of race jockey Craig Williams. She finished third in the 800m heat… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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