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Horse Racing News

  • Aviator proves Gerald Ryan an astute judge

    Gerald Ryan was tipping Aviator long before the colt made a winning debut at Rosehill. “I told the owners a month ago he would win this race first-up,” Ryan said. Aviator, unwanted in betting as a $10 chance despite Ryan’s confidence, drifted back in the Graeme Ferris Maiden Handicap before… Read More »

     
  • Gollan keen on Conquest despite narrow win

    Trainer Tony Gollan is adamant two-year-old Social Conquest has a bright future despite his narrow debut win at the Gold Coast. Social Conquest started an even money favourite on the strength of his impressive barrier trial win at Deagon last week. After being forced to chase a tearaway leader, the… Read More »

     
  • Diamond draw perfect for Concealer: McEvoy

    A lot can hinge on the barrier draw for a big race. While Mick Price has two of the leading hopes in Saturday’s Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield – Extreme Choice and Flying Artie – both have drawn double digit barriers while his third string runner China Dream has also… Read More »

     
  • Doomben test for promising Right Or Wrong

    The winter carnival path for promising galloper Right Or Wrong should become clearer after he tackles the Listed Tattersall’s Members’ Cup at Doomben. A win could result in Right Or Wrong being given the chance to earn a start in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap on June 11 but a… Read More »

     
  • Michael Walker back after hip operation

    Michael Walker is looking forward to riding pain-free as he prepares for his return to the saddle. The jockey, who hasn’t ridden in a race since November, underwent a hip replacement operation late last year. He heads to Flemington on Thursday to ride gallops for the Lindsay Park stable of… Read More »

     
  • Suavito draws favourably in G1 Futurity

    A quality field of 11 runners is set to tackle the weight-for-age Futurity Stakes at Caulfield. Impressive first-up CF Orr Stakes winner Suavito will defend her 2015 Futurity title on Saturday and has drawn ideally in barrier three for Luke Currie. However, she will face stiff opposition from Boban in… Read More »

     
  • Sydney autumn over for Too Good To Refuse

    Smart three-year-old Too Good To Refuse is out of the Sydney autumn carnival and will instead be targeted at Brisbane’s feature races. Too Good To Refuse ran second last in the Group Two Hobartville Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday following an injury scare earlier in the week when he was… Read More »

     
  • Winx, Mongolian Khan head G1 Rwick field

    Sydney’s first Group One race of the year has attracted a field of 12 headlined by the reigning Cox Plate and Caulfield Cup winners. Glamour mare Winx and New Zealand star Mongolian Khan contest a star-studded field which also includes Godolphin trio Hartnell, Magic Hurricane and Hauraki along with Chris… Read More »

     
  • Fillies tightening in Blue Diamond betting

    The favourites are on the drift as two well-credentialled fillies firm in betting for the Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield. Following Tuesday’s barrier draw the two favoured colts, the Mick Price-trained pair of Extreme Choice and Flying Artie have been easy in betting. Extreme Choice has gone from $2.60 to… Read More »

     
  • Media identity casts dark shadow over industry

    FBAA President Adrian Hancock has hit back at comments made by media personality Richard Callander who suggested that hidding commissions in horse sales are a ‘dark little secret’. View Adrian Hancock’s statement below. FBAA Statement: “It is very disappointing for a senior journalist to say during a stewards inquiry that kickbacks… Read More »

     
  • Mongolian Khan pleases McEvoy in gallop

    Caulfield Cup winner Mongolian Khan has worked strongly ahead of his return to racing, ensuring there is unlikely to be a more enthusiastic stand-in jockey than Kerrin McEvoy at Randwick. Mongolian Khan will take on Winx in the Chipping Norton Stakes on Saturday in his first start since winning the… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond favourites drift after draw

    The barrier draw for the Blue Diamond Stakes hasn’t been kind for two of Mick Price’s favoured runners in the Group One race. Favourite Extreme Choice drew barrier 13 for Saturday’s $1.5 million feature at Caulfield while stablemate Flying Artie fared worse in barrier 17. Price has a third runner,… Read More »

     
  • Lightning placegetters remain in Newmarket

    The Lightning Stakes placegetters are among first acceptances for next month’s Newmarket Handicap. Chautauqua, Terravista and Japonisme have been paid up for a return bout in the $1.25 million race over the straight 1200m course at Flemington on March 12. Twenty-four sprinters were paid up for Melbourne’s premier sprint including… Read More »

     
  • Smerdon sweats on G1 Oakleigh Plate ballot

    Robert Smerdon has hurdles to overcome if he’s to train back-to-back Oakleigh Plate winners. Smerdon has to get Reldas into Saturday’s Group One race at Caulfield and then find a jockey who can ride the sprinter at 52kg. Smerdon won last year’s feature sprint with Shamal Wind which defeated stablemate… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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