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Horse Racing News

  • Pemberley in Mornington Cup bid for Maher

    Ciaron Maher has been one of the beneficiaries of Peter Moody’s decision to quit training. The up-and-coming trainer will take over some Caulfield stables used by Moody and he’s also take over several horses. Moody last week shut down his stables after being suspended by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary… Read More »

     
  • Winks reprieve over careless riding ban

    James Winks has had the length of a careless riding suspension reduced on appeal and is free to ride on Mornington Cup day. Winks appealed both the decision and severity of penalty after being suspended for 12 meetings at Terang last Thursday. While the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board dismissed… Read More »

     
  • Country race caller Tait gets Randwick gig

    Calling horse races used to be a party trick for James Tait. The sheep and cattle farmer and part-time country NSW race caller fell into the job after his friends uncovered his hidden talent. “It was a party trick to start off,” Tait told AAP. “I was big fan of… Read More »

     
  • Makybe’s son tested over marathon distance

    On pedigree, Taqneen wouldn’t be out of place among racing’s elite during The Championships. The reality is much different and Taqneen’s future will probably be as a hurdler or steeplechaser. Regally bred Taqneen goes to Mornington on Saturday to run over 3400m in the second heat of the Marathon Series…. Read More »

     
  • Rain key to Azkadellia in Doncaster Mile

    Ciaron Maher wants more rain in a bid to help Azkadellia’s chances of upsetting Winx in the $3 million Doncaster Mile. Azkadellia is one of five horses on the minimum 50kg in a race regarded as Australia’s premier event for sprinter-milers. In a market dominated by crowd favourite Winx, Azkadellia… Read More »

     
  • Flight issues for Randwick G1 runners

    The flight which was meant to fly Australian Derby hopes What’s the Story and Tavago into Sydney has been delayed due to a mechanical issue. A part needed to fix the plane must now be flown in from the US with the pair scheduled to leave New Zealand Thursday night…. Read More »

     
  • Ben Currie keen to explore expansion plans

    Ben Currie is weighing up stable options as he prepares two of his best horses for a return to racing at Doomben. Currie will have promising two-year-old filly Love Spy and consistent gelding Honey Toast run on Saturday. The young trainer has been one of the success stories of Queensland… Read More »

     
  • The Country Championship Final – Great for the bush

    The Country Championships have been a huge success with the country region of NSW getting a real boost in terms of awareness, excitement and possibilities. Everyone has really got behind the concept knowing they could be the ones leading in the winner at Randwick with a prize pool of $400,000… Read More »

     
  • Telperion favourite to win Sires’ Produce

    Two of the eye-catching performers from the Golden Slipper are the market leaders for the Group One Sires’ Produce Stakes at Randwick. Saturday’s 1400m-race has attracted a field of 12 with three two-year-olds coming out of the Slipper. Godolphin colt Telperion made up ground in the straight to finish fourth… Read More »

     
  • Brown booked for NZ Doncaster Mile hope

    Singapore-based Australian jockey Corey Brown will find his return for the Doncaster Mile less demanding than his last trip home. Brown will ride Volkstok’n’barrell at 52.5kg in Saturday’s Group One race at Randwick after stripping down to 50kg for his most recent return to ride Ghisoni in the Coolmore Classic… Read More »

     
  • McEvoy hopes for rain ahead of G1 TJ Smith

    Tony McEvoy is hoping for rain-affected ground to boost the chances of Shiraz in the $2.5 million TJ Smith Stakes. The last-start Group One Galaxy runner-up takes on a star-studded field in Saturday’s weight-for-age sprint at Randwick. Shiraz made his run down the outside for second to Griante in The… Read More »

     
  • Tosen Stardom in doubt for Queen Elizabeth

    Japanese racehorse Tosen Stardom is at the centre of an inquiry that threatens his place in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Racing NSW stewards launched an investigation on Tuesday when it was reported Tosen Stardom had blood in both nostrils following a track gallop at Canterbury. If the horse is declared… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW requests bookie to suspend betting on G1

    Racing NSW Stewards have requested the TAB suspend betting on the Group 1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes on April 9 until further notice. Update: Racing NSW have corrected themselves saying betting is now allowed on the Queen Elizabeth Stakes however no bets are allowed on Tosen Stardom until a decision is… Read More »

     
  • Adaptability key to Jameka’s Derby hopes

    Ciaron Maher is banking on the versatility of Jameka to overcome a wide draw in the ATC Australian Derby. The only filly in Saturday’s 13-horse field, Jameka drew the second widest barrier in the Group One Classic at Randwick. While Maher would have preferred a draw closer to the fence,… Read More »