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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Waller gives Silverball nod for Mayors Cup

    Chris Waller has underlined the tremendous depth to his all-conquering stable with a Lord Mayors Cup bid that equals his Doomben Cup representation for numbers. Waller has five horses in the Group One Doomben Cup but he has matched that with his second-tier stayers in one of the main events… Read More »

     
  • Waller tipping Doomben Cup team to lift

    Two reversals of form and some divine intervention are on Sydney trainer Chris Waller’s Doomben Cup wish list as he tries to win the race for the third time. Although Waller has five runners in the Group One weight-for-age race, he doesn’t have the favourite with the Gai Waterhouse-trained Pornichet… Read More »

     
  • Warrnambool winners to combine in Sydney

    Two big winners from Warrnambool’s three-day carnival in country Victoria will join forces at Rosehill. Irish jockey John Allen captured Australia’s most gruelling race when he partnered Regina Coeli in Thursday’s Grand Annual Steeplechase while trainer Darren Weir prepared Tall Ship to win the Warrnambool Cup. On Saturday Allen heads… Read More »

     
  • Trust In A Gust out of BTC Cup

    Dual Group One winner Trust In A Gust will miss the BTC Cup with a minor leg injury and will be assessed over the next few days. Trust In A Gust suffered superficial wounds when he was being loaded on to a flight to Brisbane in the early hours of… Read More »

     
  • Busy period continues for in-form trainer

    Ciaron Mahar has had little time to celebrate Regina Coeli’s Grand Annual Steeplechase win at Warrnambool, with the trainer’s focus now on her stablemates ahead of their assignments in Brisbane, Melbourne and Adelaide. Regina Coeili gave Mahar his third Grand Annual win on Thursday after which the trainer headed to… Read More »

     
  • Temple Of Boom ready to fire at DoombeN

    As he gets older, Temple of Boom is also getting a little wiser and trainer Tony Gollan admits it is hard to get a handle on him ahead of his next Group One task. The winner of the 2012 Galaxy, Temple of Boom is among the outsiders for Saturday’s BTC… Read More »

     
  • Riley given leave for Supreme Court appeal

    Trainer Mark Riley is free to continue training until a hearing in the Victorian Supreme Court. Riley was on Thursday granted leave to appeal his three year disqualification in the Supreme Court. Mornington-based Riley was banned in February over an elevated bi-carb reading taken from Gold For Kev which contested… Read More »

     
  • Tall Ship sails home in Warrnambool Cup

    Darren Weir has big plans for Tall Ship after the imported stayer’s win in the Warrnambool Cup. Tall Ship carried the colours of OTI Racing, a syndicate which has targeted the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups with overseas horses. While Weir said Tall Ship still had a long way to go… Read More »

     
  • Hometown hero claims third Grand Annual

    Warrnambool boy Ciaron Maher has secured his third Grand Annual Steeplechase with Regina Coeli outstaying her rivals in Australia’s longest race. Negotiating a 5500m journey and 33 fences on testing ground, Regina Coeli joined her half-brother Al Garhood on the Grand Annual honour roll. Al Garhood gave Maher his previous… Read More »

     
  • Revitalised Beasley makes Sydney return

    The last time Danny Beasley rode in Sydney, John Hawkes was training for the Ingham family, Darren Beadman was premier jockey and Chris Waller wasn’t among the top 10 trainers. “And James Cummings, he was probably still at school and John Thompson was foreman for Bart,” Beasley said. “You’re in… Read More »

     
  • Blinkers to give Pepperano Champagne edge

    Trainer Liam Birchley has added blinkers to the race gear of Pepperano despite her last-start win. Pepperano has always indicated she is a top-class filly with two wins and a second to Le Chef in the Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic from her five starts. Pepperano and Le Chef will clash… Read More »

     
  • Duibio to head to Adelaide for the Guineas

    Exciting last-start Flemington winner Duibio will figure in an increase in distance and a trip to Adelaide on Saturday. A winner of three of his five starts, Duibio is a dual acceptor at Flemington and Morphettville but the Caulfield-trained galloper will be sent interstate. Duibio is the $2.70 favourite for… Read More »

     
  • Byrne closes in on Pelling metro record

    In-form jockey Jim Byrne is set to pass another career milestone when he rides Leebaz in the Group One Doomben Cup on Saturday. Byrne is poised to join Mike Pelling in riding 1100 Brisbane metropolitan winners. The 44-year-old has booted home 1098 Brisbane winners since first bursting onto the scene… Read More »

     
  • Moses trio find common ground in wet turf

    The hangover of Sydney’s wet weather will still be felt at Rosehill on Saturday and that is just fine by Kevin Moses. The Randwick trainer will have three runners across the expanded 10-race card which includes two feature races rescheduled from last weekend’s washed-out Hawkesbury meeting. Moses will start My… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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