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Horse Racing News

  • “I don’t bash horses”: Tommy Berry

    Frustrated jockey Tommy Berry claims racing’s controversial whip rules are making him look like a “bloke who bashes horses”. Berry fronted stewards at Hawkesbury on Thursday for breaking a rule that says jockeys cannot hit their mounts more than five times before the 100-metre mark in a race. He was… Read More »

  • Stratum Star in good order for Doncaster

    Darren Weir is yet to decide if his secret weapon will be heading to Randwick for the Doncaster Mile. Stratum Star will represent Weir in Australia’s toughest 1600m-race on Saturday but the trainer is holding off on whether Peter Ellis is Sydney-bound as well. Ellis prepares speed maps for Weir’s… Read More »

  • Brett Cavanough counts cost of Moody suspension

    Brett Cavanough’s second chance at winning a Country Championship Final will come as he prepares to scale back his commitment to training. The Albury trainer has revealed he will have to reduce his team of racehorses in the wake of Peter Moody’s decision to quit racing following a six-month suspension. Cavanough was entrusted with… Read More »

  • Facts and Figures on the TJ Smith Stakes

    or-age HISTORY * Named in honour of Randwick’s most famous trainer whose daughter Gai Waterhouse has won the race with Phoenix Park in 2002, Shamekha in 2005 and Bentley Biscuit in 2007 * First run in 1997 when won by Mahogany * Elevated to Group One status in 2005 *… Read More »

  • Frustrations build on PPL inequality

    Frustrations are building as years of campaigning for female jockeys to be included in the paid parental leave scheme have amounted to nothing. The Australian Jockeys Association began lobbying the government in 2013 to change the anomaly that makes female jockeys ineligible for the scheme, but three social services ministers… Read More »

  • Tarzino on his way to greatness

    Cambridge Stud boss Sir Patrick Hogan is keeping Tavistock’s 2016 service fee under wraps but it’s likely after Day One of The Championships at Randwick, he will revise it upwards. Triple Group One winner Volkstok’n’barrel runs in Saturday’s Doncaster Mile but more attention will be on Tavistock’s three-year-old son Tarzino… Read More »

  • Randwick rain a nuisance for Famous Seamus

    Give Famous Seamus an inside barrier and a firm racing surface and his bona fides as a Group One sprinter are rarely in doubt. In the $2.5 million TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, Famous Seamus has one but not the other and trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith can’t believe his… Read More »

  • Murphy taking a Shotacross The Bow

    Trainer David Murphy has two plans in place for the winter carnival campaign of promising staying prospect Shotacross The Bow. Shotacross The Bow is one of several winter carnival bound three-year-olds who will contest the Andrew Goves (1630m) at Doomben on Saturday. Murphy has high hopes for Shotacross The Bow… Read More »

  • Facts and Figures on Sires’ Produce Stakes

    ear-olds at Randwick HISTORY * First run in 1867 when won by Glencoe * Some greats of the Australasian turf have won the race including Furious (1921), Hall Mark (1933), Ajax (1937), Shannon (1944), Tulloch (1957), Fine And Dandy (1959), Wenona Girl (1960), Time And Tide (1963), Eskimo Prince (1964),… Read More »

  • Tegan Harrison to have first Randwick ride

    Tegan Harrison will call on the expertise of former champion jockey Darren Beadman to give her some local knowledge as she prepares for her Randwick debut. Harrison will ride Gold Coast-trained outsider Rudy in the Saturday’s $3 million Group One Doncaster Mile and says she could not have dreamed of… Read More »

  • Weir looking to add to his cup tally

    Darren Weir will be looking to add another Cup to his ever expanding trophy cabinet at Mornington on Saturday. Already this season, the trainer has collected 20 Cup races around the country including the biggest one of all, the Melbourne Cup with Prince Of Penzance. Weir has three chances to… Read More »

  • Flamberge going for third G1 in a row

    Flamberge is a new addition to the Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra stable but they are no strangers to success with members of the Group One-winning sprinter’s family. Flamberge steps out for his new stable in Saturday’s TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick having been transferred to Ellerton and Zahra after… Read More »

  • James McDonald heads odds to win 2016 Nathan Berry medal

    Racing NSW has tweeted a photo of the Nathan Berry medal which will be awarded to the jockey with the most wins over the two day Championships carnival. View the medal below. Sportsbet.com.au has James McDonald as the $2.50 favourite ahead of Hugh Bowman at $3.50 with Tommy Berry at… Read More »

  • Winx primed to continue Group One legacy

    Every race is a risk for Australia’s best horse Winx. With her winning streak at eight, including five at Group One level, she again puts her incredible record on the line in Saturday’s $3 million Doncaster Mile at Randwick. Trainer Chris Waller admits the pressure is great, but he is… Read More »