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Horse Racing News in Australia

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  • Smokin’ Joey aiming at second G1 Goodwood

    Smokin’ Joey will be given the chance to claim a second Group One Goodwood in Adelaide next month. Trainer Wez Hunter said the $500,000 race at Morphettville on May 16 would be the gelding’s next start. Smokin Joey has been freshened since a disappointing fourth in the Blamey Stakes. “He… Read More »

     
  • Winter timing right for Sense Of Occasion

    Joe Pride expects Sense Of Occasion to reaffirm his staying promise this campaign as he heads towards some ambitious winter targets. The four-year-old will resume on his home track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, a meeting postponed 48 hours after the first day of The Championships was moved to Monday…. Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux surprise QE acceptor

    Red Cadeaux could be a surprise runner in the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes instead of the Sydney Cup. Robin Trevor-Jones, the travelling foreman for Ed Dunlop, said the prospect of a wet track on Saturday could influence which race the three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up contests. The Queen Elizabeth Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Waller closes on Gai’s Doncaster crown

    Gai Waterhouse may be the reigning monarch of Sydney’s rich Doncaster Mile but trainer Chris Waller has proved himself a serious contender to the throne. One-time battler trainer Waller notched up his fifth Doncaster Mile win at Randwick on Monday, with Kermadec taking the trophy in the highlight of the… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller wins Doncaster with Kermadec

    Seven years after he won his first Doncaster Mile with Triple Honour, trainer Chris Waller has notched No.5 with a horse not guaranteed a start until the last minute. The second emergency in the $3 million race, Kermadec was safely in the field on Saturday but when the Randwick meeting… Read More »

     
  • Candelara earns ATC Australian Oaks start

    A daring Adrian Knox Stakes ride by Hugh Bowman has secured the Bjorn Baker-trained Candelara a start in the Group One ATC Australian Oaks. Banking on the filly’s fitness and her liking for rain-affected ground, Bowman made a mid-race move to take Candelara to the front and quicken the tempo…. Read More »

     
  • Jockeys fined for whip breaches at Sandown

    Jockey Ben Melham and apprentice Dylan Dunn dead-heated for first in a race at Sandown but both fell foul of stewards for breaching whip rules. Melham was the most serious offender, fined $1000 after guiding Belvedere Road to equal first in the Wellington RC Handicap with Zazparella who was ridden… Read More »

     
  • Doncaster Mile – what the jockeys said

    What the jockeys said after the Doncaster Mile won by the Chris Waller-trained Kermadec: GLEN BOSS – Kermadec (1st): “He gave me a good feel from the time I got on him. He jumped really well, that was a big plus. There was hardly a run (in the straight) and… Read More »

     
  • Hardy race-goers rewarded at Randwick

    Far fewer people have turned out for The Championships at Randwick than hoped for but those who did have been rewarded. After torrential rain forced the postponement of Sydney’s richest racing carnival on Saturday, grey skies and light rain again menaced The Championships on Monday afternoon following a sunny start… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua sheds G1 bridesmaid tag in TJ

    Chautauqua has laid claim to being anointed the best sprinter in the world after scoring a TJ Smith Stakes win that verged on the impossible. On a day dominated by leaders, Chautauqua settled last in the elite field of 10 and powered down the outside to nail Lord Of The… Read More »

     
  • Australasian Oaks the target for Redasun

    A tough win at Sandown from Redasun has the filly’s connections aiming at the Group One Australasian Oaks with extra confidence. Mark Zahra was a beneficiary of the resheduled feature meeting at Randwick on Monday, picking up the winning ride on the Greg Eurell-trained Redasun in the Selangor Turf Club… Read More »

     
  • Boss claims sixth Group 1 Doncaster Mile

    Jockey Glen Boss has ridden his sixth Doncaster Mile winner with Kermadec making the most of a last-minute call-up to claim the $3 million race. Kermadec was the last horse into the Doncaster field after he needed two scratchings to make the final 20 runners. From the 200m there was… Read More »

     
  • Mongolian Khan wins the Australian Derby

    For the third time in less than a decade, New Zealand trainer Murray Baker is taking the Australian Derby trophy home with Mongolian Khan winning the battle of the stayers. Now the winner of seven of his nine starts, Mongolian Khan has also completed a rare double, becoming the first… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua wins Group One TJ Smith Stakes

    Chautauqua has passed every runner to claim his first Group One win in the $2.5 million TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick. Set what appeared to be an impossible task, Chautauqua got the right stride in on the line for jockey Tommy Berry to beat the outsider Lord Of The Sky…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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