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  • Glen Boss chasing second Sydney Cup

    Champion jockey Glen Boss knows what it takes to win Australia’s major staying races. The Singapore-based three-time Melbourne Cup winner will fly through the night to make Saturday’s re-run of the Sydney Cup at Randwick. Boss is chasing his second Sydney Cup win and says being aboard the Luxbet.com favourite… Read More »

     
  • Benfica Princess is fitter for stakes

    Trainer Kelly Doughty believes Queensland Oaks-bound Benfica Princess will be a lot fitter when she steps out at Doomben. Benfica Princess will be having her second start this campaign when she tackles Saturday’s Listed Princess Stakes (1600m). The filly created a big impression with three consecutive wins late last year…. Read More »

     
  • Survived to thrive in heavy going

    With the benefit of hindsight and a long-range weather forecast, Victorian-trained Survived would have made his Sydney debut well before his assignment at Randwick. Trainer Archie Alexander admitted as much ahead of the seven-year-old’s appearance in Saturday’s 2400m-benchmark race, “We probably should have campaigned him in Sydney for the whole… Read More »

     
  • Legless Veuve back to sprint distance

    Three-year-old Legless Veuve has been freshened since her Australian Guineas failure and trainer Stuart Webb has concluded the Group-winning filly is better suited as a sprinter. Legless Veuve lines up against older horses in Saturday’s Listed Bel Esprit Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield with her performance to determine whether she earns… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Cup track could improve to soft

    The Sydney Cup may be re-run on a soft track if Randwick is spared possible showers. The track was rated a heavy 8 on race eve but racecourse manager Nevesh Ramdhani said conditions could improve by Saturday morning assuming Randwick is spared possible overnight showers. “We’ve had a heavy shower… Read More »

     
  • Cooroi gallops to stardom

    A rousing gallop with a noted track worker has Cooroi Chase primed to confirm her rating as major player for the winter carnival two-year-old races. Cooroi Chase created a major impression when she won a trial by 16 lengths and backed it up on debut at Doomben three weeks ago,… Read More »

     
  • Bel Burgess lines up big Caulfield pay day

    Not only is Bel Burgess after a fifth-straight win but also his biggest pay day when he contests the VOBIS Gold Mile at Caulfield. Bel Burgess, who started his winning streak at Echuca in February, collected $22,000 for his last start Sandown success, his biggest payout, and on Saturday lines… Read More »

     
  • Bobby El-Issa ready for biggest race yet

    Bobby El-Issa says he’s where he belongs ahead of the cancer survivor’s biggest ride yet, the Sydney Cup. He will be aboard Lee Curtis-trained Lasqueti Spirit in the re-run of the Cup at Randwick on Saturday following the declaration of a no-race on April 8 when Almoonqith fatally broke down… Read More »

     
  • Jockey fractures skull in fall

    Jockey Chelsea Jokic has a suspected fractured skull after a fall in a jump-out in Mackay in northern Queensland. Jokic is in Mackay Hospital awaiting further tests and is likely to be transferred to either Brisbane or Townsville. Queensland Racing Integrity commissioner Ross Barnett said the 21-year-old was riding an… Read More »

     
  • Giles Thompson new CEO of Racing Victoria

    Giles Thompson has been appointed chief executive of Racing Victoria after acting in the position since Bernard Saundry finished up in the role at the end of last year. Thompson started with RV in September 2015 as chief financial officer, having previously been chief executive of Betfair Australia. “The Board… Read More »

     
  • Dwyer aims for Gold in Caulfield races

    When Henry Dwyer added a coastal base to his training options early this year, talented galloper Lucky Liberty was a horse at the forefront of his thoughts. Lucky Liberty resumes in Saturday’s $250,000 VOBIS Gold Sprint (1200m) at Caulfield, launching a preparation which could include a crack at the Group… Read More »

     
  • Riders to repay loyalty at Doomben

    Connections of two of the main chances in the Listed Mick Dittman Plate have shown loyalty by entrusting the rides to unfashionable riders. Luke Rolls will ride unbeaten All Over Bosanova and Matt Gray has the mount on Ringo’s A Rockstar in Saturday’s Doomben race which is the launching pad… Read More »

     
  • Sheiswhatsheis to stay at 1600m

    Trainer Tony Gollan hasn’t given up on Sheiswhatsheis getting over ground despite bringing her back in distance for her next assignment at Doomben. Sheiswhatsheis was a strong third in the Toowoomba Cup (2000m) but will come back to 1600m in the Listed Tails Stakes on Saturday. Gollan had also entered… Read More »

     
  • Adirondack chasing big Caulfield prize

    Cranbourne trainer Shawn Mathrick is looking for another big pay day with Adirondack at Caulfield. Last year Adirondack took out the $250,000 VOBIS Gold Heath (2000m), landing a $158,500 cheque. Adirondack is back to defend the race on Saturday and Mathrick is confident he is up to the challenge even… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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