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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Jason Coyle fined over missing lead bag

    A $700 fine is small change compared to what it could have cost trainer Jason Coyle for leaving a lead bag off Berry Delicious at Rosehill. The filly was the $2.90 favourite for Saturday’s Alpha Flight Services (1350m) and luckily the 1.6kg mistake was picked up before she raced and… Read More »

     
  • Double gives Moody slim premiership hopes

    A running double at Flemington has moved Peter Moody to within striking distance of a claiming a fifth Melbourne trainers’ premiership. It followed a double at Moonee Valley on Wednesday and Moody now trails last season’s premier trainer Darren Weir by five winners with three meetings left for the season…. Read More »

     
  • Dunn brings up Flemington winning double

    A back-to-back double at Flemington has moved Dwayne Dunn three wins clear in the Melbourne jockeys premiership. Dunn is riding at his final metropolitan meeting of the season, missing the last three meetings through a careless riding suspension incurred on Wednesday at Moonee Valley. But the jockey is giving his… Read More »

     
  • Japonisme gives Waller sentimental win

    Winning the annual race with a horse owned by his biggest supporter and named in his honour has given Chris Waller a poignant moment at Rosehill. Long before he was Sydney’s premier trainer and Australia’s leading Group One trainer, Waller received a boost to his fledgling career when Bob Ingham… Read More »

     
  • Shotover River takes off blinkers and wins

    The decision to remove blinkers from the race gear of promising stayer Shotover River proved a winning one at Doomben on Saturday. Shotover River ($4) scored his first city win in a year when he beat Freton ($9) by a half neck in The Mater Foundation Handicap (2200m). The gelding… Read More »

     
  • Childs wins final but McNeil claims series

    Apprentice Jordan Childs has produced an impressive ride aboard Lilly Dazzler in the Rising Stars Final to give trainer Monica Croston the thrill of her first Flemington winner. Saturday’s Rising Stars Final (1800m) was the culmination of a series of races throughout the season in Victoria which are restricted to… Read More »

     
  • Choice Bro breaks win drought at Doomben

    A short break in the paddock helped former star kiwi galloper Choice Bro bounce back from a race fall to win his first race in 30 months on Saturday. Choice Bro ($10) came from well back in the field to score by 1 3/4 lengths to Discreet ($9) with Zaha’s… Read More »

     
  • Schooling session works well for Mio Dio

    Wez Hunter may have found another career for Mio Dio when he finishes his career on the racetrack. A session of jumping hurdles and the addition of blinkers paved the way to success for Mio Dio in the Garden View Pavilion Handicap (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday. Hunter revealed Mio… Read More »

     
  • James McDonald wins on Alegria

    James McDonald has ridden his first winner since returning from a six-week stint in England as he fights to retain his Sydney premiership. The No.1 rider for Godolphin Australia, McDonald steered Alegria to victory in the Ladbrokes.com.au (1500m), with trainer John O’Shea admitting the filly was only at Rosehill to… Read More »

     
  • Quezette Stakes looms for Jalan Jalan

    A strong win at Flemington is likely to have earned Jalan Jalan a shot at a Group race early in the new season. Trainer Colin Little has pinpointed next month’s Group Three Quezette Stakes for three-year-old fillies at Caulfield for Jalan Jalan after the juvenile raced to a three-length win… Read More »

     
  • Shotacross The Bow sinks Doomben rivals

    Trainer David Murphy will resist the temptation to rush promising Shotacross The Bow into a spring campaign despite the gelding’s easy win at Doomben on Saturday. Shotacross The Bow ($2.80) made it three wins from his past four starts when he led most of the way to claim the Past… Read More »

     
  • Dubawi Dream to tackle first stakes race

    A long term plan to secure a stud career for Dubawi Dream begins when he runs in his first stakes race at Doomben. Trainer Steve O’Dea has elected to run Dubawi Dream in Saturday’s Listed Tattersall’s Mile (1640m) instead of a restricted 1640m race. Dubawi Dream did his original racing… Read More »

     
  • Premiership battle continues at Flemington

    An end-of-season suspension seems likely to cost Dwayne Dunn the Melbourne premiership but the jockey looks back to a period during summer as the probable telling point. Dunn has a one-win lead heading into Saturday’s Flemington meeting but will start a careless riding suspension after Saturday which rules him out… Read More »

     
  • In Masquerade ready for Doomben 2000m

    In Masquerade can vindicate her trainer’s decision to miss the Grafton Cup with the mare when she lines up at Doomben. Desleigh Forster opted not to take her south for the Listed race and instead runs her in Saturday’s Mater Foundation Open (2200m). The trainer has also recently turned her… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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