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Horse Racing News

  • Beau Tirage to end preparation in style

    Beau Tirage will seek to end his campaign on a high at Warwick Farm in his last run before a stint in the spelling paddock. The three-year-old sprinter stoked the ambitions of trainer Keith Dryden with back-to-back wins in Canberra and a maiden city placing at Canterbury. So much so,… Read More »

     
  • Qld turf officials leave Nikolic on outer

    Controversial jockey Danny Nikolic has failed in a bid to resurrect his riding career in Queensland. Banned by police last week from entering Victorian racetracks, Nikolic hoped he could resume riding in Queensland once he completes a Racing Victoria suspension. But Racing Queensland has rejected Nikolic’s application for a licence… Read More »

     
  • New Aust home for Cup veteran Red Cadeaux

    Quarantine protocols mean Red Cadeaux will have a new home for his fifth attempt at the Melbourne Cup. The three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up has a barn named in his honour at Werribee where the international spring carnival contenders are housed. But this year, he will have to stay in a… Read More »

     
  • Price eyes bigger prizes for Badawiya

    Mick Price has grander plans than a midweek race for Badawiya, a promising filly which will be given her chance to overcome a wide draw at Pakenham on Wednesday. Price scratched the daughter of Al Maher from Caulfield on Saturday after she drew the widest barrier in a field of… Read More »

     
  • Contributer pleases in Valley gallop

    Contributer has pleased connections in solo gallop at Moonee Valley ahead of his first Group One assignment of the spring. The winner of two autumn Group One races, Contributer is the early favourite for Saturday’s Underwood Stakes (1800m) Stakes at Caulfield. Godolphin’s Melbourne representative David Charles said he was happy… Read More »

     
  • No Caulfield Cup penalty for Magnapal

    Jockey Luke Currie will have to rely on topweights Snow Sky and Protectionist missing the Caulfield Cup if he is to ride Magnapal in the $3 million race. The Terry and Karina O’Sullivan-trained gelding won his way into the Caulfield Cup with his victory in Saturday’s Naturalism Stakes. But chief… Read More »

     
  • Brent Zerafa to appeal three-month ban

    Racing commentator Brent Zerafa will fight a three-month disqualification over his part in the Palazzo Pubblico scandal, an involvement which has already cost him his job. Racing NSW stewards found Zerafa guilty on Monday of conduct prejudicial to the image of racing for a text message exchange with John Camilleri… Read More »

     
  • Sam Kavanagh to fight lengthy ban

    A devastated Sam Kavanagh will appeal a lengthy disqualification he says will end his training career. Kavanagh was outed for nine years and three months for 23 offences relating to cobalt and race day treatments after an inquiry sparked by a high level of cobalt found in Midsummer Sun after… Read More »

     
  • Barrier draw crucial for Under The Louvre

    Trainer Robert Smerdon says the barrier draw will be crucial for Under The Louvre in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield. A capacity field of 16 is expected for the 1400m-Group One handicap after 27 horses were nominated on Monday including Group One winners Lucky Hussler and Cosmic Endeavour…. Read More »

     
  • Mourinho back in familiar surrounds

    Mourinho back in familiar surrounds

    Assistant trainer Manny Gelagotis is hoping a return to familiar surrounds will spark Mourinho back into form in the Underwood Stakes at Caulfield. Mourinho has returned to the Moe stable of Peter Gelagotis after being prepared by Darryl Blackshaw for the first two runs of his campaign while his trainer… Read More »

     
  • Catkins seeking Gold in Pendant at Roshill

    Catkins seeking Gold in Pendant at Roshill

    While there are no Group One races at Rosehill this weekend, many of the big-race contenders will be in action in six stakes races on the program. Among leading trainer Chris Waller’s team is Sydney’s favourite mare Catkins who will be out to avenge her defeat in the 2014 Group… Read More »

     
  • Tarzino Guineas bound after Caulfield win

    Mick Price has found another Caulfield Guineas prospect to join Ready For Victory with Tarzino to be aimed at the Group One race. Price labelled Tarzino his Victoria Derby horse after his win over 1600 metres at Caulfield on Saturday and has decided to take in the Guineas en route… Read More »

     
  • Sam Kavanagh and five others disqualified

    Trainer Sam Kavanagh and five others have been disqualified at the end of a long-running inquiry prompted by an illegal level of cobalt in a post-race sample taken from Midsummer Sun after his Gosford Cup win in January. Kavanagh received a sentence of nine years and three months for 23… Read More »

     
  • Sam Kavanagh disqualified for 9yrs3 months

    Trainer Sam Kavanagh has been disqualified for nine years and three months at the end of the long-running inquiry into cobalt found in Midsummer Sun after he won the Gosford Cup in January. Kavanagh was found guilty of 23 offences relating to cobalt and race day drenches given to various… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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