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Horse Racing News

  • Conners youngster set for Rosehill debut

    Rarely a season goes by when Clarry Conners doesn’t have a two-year-old contesting a lead-up race to the Golden Slipper. This year is no different with the four-time Slipper-winning trainer poised to have runners in both juvenile races at Rosehill on Saturday. More Than Ready youngster Pewter is among the… Read More »

     
  • Reward For Riches continues Munce streak

    Chris Munce continued the best week of his fledgling training career when Reward For Riches gave him his fifth win from his past six runners at Ipswich. Starting favourite, Reward For Riches ($2.50) went straight to the front to beat Yeezy ($2.60) by a length in the Channel 7 2YO… Read More »

     
  • All systems go for Our Boy Malachi return

    Tommy Berry insists everything is right for Our Boy Malachi to resume on a winning note despite an indifferent lead-up to the Expressway Stakes. Our Boy Malachi had his critics after finishing at the back of a nine-horse barrier trial field at Warwick Farm on Monday when he bombed the… Read More »

     
  • Polar Vortex faces city test at Flemington

    Two country wins has Polar Vortex ready for his first city test at Flemington. Polar Vortex heads to Saturday’s John Calvert Handicap after back-to-back wins at Wangaratta. Co-trainer Craig Widdison is convinced the gelding has the talent to measure up in town but said mentally it has taken a while… Read More »

     
  • 3YO King’s Troop still in Expressway mix

    Trainer Gerald Ryan has decided to keep his options open with King’s Troop and the three-year-old remains in the mix for the Group Two Expressway Stakes. Ryan had indicated the colt would bypass the race in favour of the Eskimo Prince Stakes against his own age a week later. However,… Read More »

     
  • Someday makes long-awaited race comeback

    Someday has been given a long build-up to recover from injury to ready him for his first start in more than a year. The seven-year-old gelding has been given 59kg topweight in the Hamilton Hotel Handicap (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. Someday was once rated one of Brisbane’s most talented… Read More »

     
  • Pride Of Dubai to miss Expressway Stakes

    Dual Group One winner Pride Of Dubai’s comeback has been delayed and he will not be among the acceptors for the Expressway Stakes. The colt has not raced since he won last year’s ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes. Co-trainer Peter Snowden said the Group Three Eskimo Stakes on Saturday week against… Read More »

     
  • Same Blue Diamond favourite after Previews

    The Mick Price-trained Extreme Choice remains the Blue Diamond favourite after the first races in the series at Caulfield. The Blue Diamond Previews were run on Tuesday with the John O’Shea-trained Cohesion winning the colts and geldings division and the Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained Sword Of Light successful in… Read More »

     
  • Frankel colt tops NZ sale, heads to Sydney

    A colt by unbeaten champion Frankel has made top price at the New Zealand Bloodstock Premier Sale. Consigned by Pencarrow Stud, the colt fetched $NZ1.3 million ($A1.21 million) and was knocked down to a syndicate of influential world thoroughbred figures including the British Bloodstock Association Ireland’s Adrian Nicoll. “It’s an… Read More »

     
  • Mighty Like wins Listed John Dillon Stakes

    Craig Newitt can’t hide his excitement about the impending return of Victoria Derby winner Tarzino. But it was a stablemate who provided the jockey with Listed race success at Caulfield on Australia Day. Newitt won Tuesday’s Listed John Dillon Stakes on the Mick Price-trained Mighty Like ($21) who upset his… Read More »

     
  • Destiny’s Kiss gives Moraitis more Cup joy

    The Australia Day Cup isn’t the Melbourne Cup and Destiny’s Kiss is no Might And Power but his win at Randwick has brought joy to Nick Moraitis. The owner of 1997 Caulfield and Melbourne Cups winner Might And Power, Moraitis has scaled his racing interests back over the past few… Read More »

     
  • Aghna ready for Widden Stakes assignment

    Act One of what trainer Gabrielle Englebrecht hopes will be a big week has played out to perfection with Cannyescent winning at Randwick. The three-year-old won over 1100m at Randwick on Tuesday and the Warwick Farm trainer is now looking to Rosehill on Saturday with Aghna in the Group Three… Read More »

     
  • Sword Of Light, Cohesion win 2YO Previews

    Sword Of Light has stamped herself as a classy juvenile but whether the filly gets her chance to win a Blue Diamond Stakes remains to be seen. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained Sword Of Light raced to victory in Tuesday’s Group Three Blue Diamond fillies Preview at Caulfield but… Read More »

     
  • Big sprints on radar for The Quarterback

    Robbie Griffiths is confident The Quarterback is on target for his defence of the Kensingston Stakes at Flemington as the trainer targets even bigger races for the sprinter. The Quarterback resumes in Saturday’s Listed Kensington Stakes trying to add to an already impressive record over the straight 1000m at Flemington…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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