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  • Barn named in Red Cadeaux’s honour

    Australia’s favourite English visitor Red Cadeaux has had a barn at the Werribee International Horse Centre named in his honour. The only overseas-trained horse to run in four Melbourne Cups, Red Cadeaux has become an adopted Australian and the most recognisable international name of the spring carnival after running three […]

  • Prompt Return to bypass Magic Millions for Blue Diamond

    Prompt Return jumped as the odds on favourite in the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat on Saturday where he finished a gallant second to Gai Waterhouse trained Carriages. Trainer Danny O’Brien has said his colt has come through the run well but will not head to the Gold Coast […]

  • Barn named after Red Cadeaux

    Despite Red Cadeaux not having won a Melbourne Cup his prolific results have meant a barn at Werribee has been named after him, whilst stable foreman Robin Jones hopes the three time Cup runner up will be back in 2015. Stable foreman @Robintrevorjone says he'd love to see Red Cadeaux […]

  • Friday’s Kensington meeting moved to Warwick Farm

    Kensington was scheduled for a meeting this Friday but after the track was scrutinised by punters and jockey’s on Saturday the meeting has been moved to Warwick Farm. So it's Warwick Farm for Fridays twilight as the first of several meetings moved from Kensington track Some changes — Richard Callander (@richieplz) […]

  • Locals take out the big Perth features

    The eastern states bid to win Perth’s richest races fell apart on Saturday with the locals triumphant in both Group One races. The Jim Taylor-trained Magnifisio took out the Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) while Elite Belle, from the Grant Williams stable claimed the Railway (1600m). The best of the visitors was […]

  • Meetings to be moved off Kensington track

    Two upcoming meetings will be transferred from Randwick’s Kensington track to allow remedial work to begin immediately. The surface again failed to come up to the desired standard on Saturday with leaders favoured as those behind received kick-back as the track cut up. Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy said […]

  • Setback unlikely to hamper Brave

    An autumn campaign is back on the agenda for impressive debut Caulfield winner Of The Brave. The Mark Riley-trained youngster was injured in a paddock accident not long after his win in the Listed Debutant Stakes (1000m) on October 11 and the chances of him racing in the autumn looked […]

  • Weather the key to Mouro’s next start

    Tony McEvoy’s search for the perfect surface for Mouro means the horse could head north while most of his Villiers opponents have their lead-up in Sydney. The trainer will monitor the weather in both Sydney and Brisbane during the week with Mouro to be entered in Saturday’s Recognition Stakes (1600m) […]

  • Buffering in good order for Hong Kong trip

    The final boxes will be ticked this week ahead of Buffering’s trip to Hong Kong for the International Sprint. The Queensland champion will be given a thorough veterinary examination on Wednesday and a gallop on Friday. Rather than take him home to Brisbane, trainer Robert Heathcote left the seven-year-old in […]

  • Sam Clipperton notches milestone treble

    Sam Clipperton’s first Saturday metropolitan treble is a building block for the young rider’s future with Godolphin trainer John O’Shea already among his admirers. At Randwick on Saturday, Clipperton rode the O’Shea-trained Terai as well as Aegean Sea for Clarry Conners and Eisenhower from the Gai Waterhouse stable to victories. […]