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  • Hammersley looks to Stars for next win

    Group One winning jockey Paul Hammersley is confident he can celebrate his return to Queensland with a win aboard Dances On Stars at Doomben on Saturday. Hammersley has three rides at Doomben and Dances On Stars looks to be the pick of them in the Listed Chief de Beers Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Tinto out of Sydney and Brisbane carnivals

    Trainer Rex Lipp has decided to spell top Queensland mare Tinto, ruling her out of the rest of the Sydney autumn carnival and the winter races in Brisbane. Tinto had been expected to contest the Group One Queen Of The Turf Stakes at Randwick on Saturday after sound runs at… Read More »

     
  • Three million dollar yearlings at Easter

    International buyers have taken centre stage on the first day of the annual Easter Yearling sale in Sydney. Dubai’s Sheikh Mohammed bin Khalifa al Maktoum, the owner of Monday’s Group One Sires’ Produce winner Pride Of Dubai and runner-up Rageese, paid top price of $1.6 million for a Fastnet Rock… Read More »

     
  • First Seal passed for Group One WFA test

    First Seal has been given the all-clear to run in the Queen of the Turf Stakes as she attempts turn her Group One luck around. The Flight Stakes winner in the spring, First Seal has finished second in both the Coolmore Classic and Vinery Stud Stakes this autumn. She came… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Cup a true test of stayers: Waller

    Chris Waller has the utmost respect for BMW winner Hartnell but is relying on Melbourne Cup form as the best guide to the Sydney Cup. The two races are the only Group One races left in Australia over the gruelling 3200 metres. Waller sends out two runners – Grand Marshal… Read More »

     
  • Sacked Hall seeks QE Stakes compensation

    Racing NSW stewards will rule on a dispute between Nick Hall and the owners of To The World after the jockey’s sacking from the high-profile Queen Elizabeth Stakes candidate. Hall has been replaced on To The World by Hong Kong-based Zac Purton for the signature race of The Championships at… Read More »

     
  • Zanbagh on track after difficult spring

    Patrick Payne is hoping the feet issues that hindered the spring campaign of Zanbagh are a thing of the past. Zanbagh makes her return to racing at Flemington on Saturday in a 1600m handicap after failing to show her best during the spring. The daughter of Bernardini was on a… Read More »

     
  • Lord Of The Sky earns spell on TJ heroics

    Robbie Laing is in favour of giving Lord Of The Sky a break from racing after the sprinter’s brave second to Chautauqua in the TJ Smith Stakes. Lord Of The Sky appreciated the wet conditions at Randwick on Monday when run down in the final strides by Chautauqua in a… Read More »

     
  • Eden maps out interstate plans for Dancer

    Stakes-placed filly Novel Dancer is being aimed at interstate features with trainer Shea Eden determined to find wet tracks for the three-year-old. Novel Dancer is nominated for a 1200m race at Flemington on Saturday but Eden said the filly was most likely to be saved for a race in Adelaide… Read More »

     
  • Smokin’ Joey aiming at second G1 Goodwood

    Smokin’ Joey will be given the chance to claim a second Group One Goodwood in Adelaide next month. Trainer Wez Hunter said the $500,000 race at Morphettville on May 16 would be the gelding’s next start. Smokin Joey has been freshened since a disappointing fourth in the Blamey Stakes. “He… Read More »

     
  • Winter timing right for Sense Of Occasion

    Joe Pride expects Sense Of Occasion to reaffirm his staying promise this campaign as he heads towards some ambitious winter targets. The four-year-old will resume on his home track at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, a meeting postponed 48 hours after the first day of The Championships was moved to Monday…. Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux surprise QE acceptor

    Red Cadeaux could be a surprise runner in the $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes instead of the Sydney Cup. Robin Trevor-Jones, the travelling foreman for Ed Dunlop, said the prospect of a wet track on Saturday could influence which race the three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up contests. The Queen Elizabeth Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Waller closes on Gai’s Doncaster crown

    Gai Waterhouse may be the reigning monarch of Sydney’s rich Doncaster Mile but trainer Chris Waller has proved himself a serious contender to the throne. One-time battler trainer Waller notched up his fifth Doncaster Mile win at Randwick on Monday, with Kermadec taking the trophy in the highlight of the… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller wins Doncaster with Kermadec

    Seven years after he won his first Doncaster Mile with Triple Honour, trainer Chris Waller has notched No.5 with a horse not guaranteed a start until the last minute. The second emergency in the $3 million race, Kermadec was safely in the field on Saturday but when the Randwick meeting… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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