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Horse Racing News

  • Georgie’s Luce hot to trot for Flemington

    One thing trainer Ross Pecora knows about Georgie’s Luce is she will not be fazed by forecast high temperatures at Flemington. Racing Victoria has enacted its hot weather policy for racing at Flemington with a top temperature of 39 degrees expected at mid-afternoon on Saturday. The meeting has been brought… Read More »

     
  • Cobalt delay would harm Moody’s business

    Peter Moody’s training business will collapse if the cobalt case stops him spending $5-6 million buying yearlings in January, a tribunal has heard. The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board is hearing legal arguments about what evidence may be led in the case. Moody’s barrister Matthew Stirling does not want the… Read More »

     
  • Role Model primed for Bernborough Handicap

    Role Model has earned another chance at a stakes race after getting back near the form she showed before she came to Gai Waterhouse from New Zealand. The mare tackles the $175,000 Listed Bernborough Handicap (1600m) at Doomben on Saturday. Waterhouse has ramped up her Queensland summer team, sending Role… Read More »

     
  • Greyt Start chases Magic Millions berth

    Toowoomba filly Greyt Start will have to overcome a wide barrier and a strong field to confirm a Magic Millions berth. Greyt Start earned $32,000 for her dominant win in the first two-year-old race of the season on her home track in September but that is unlikely to be enough… Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan sets sights on carnival record

    Tony Gollan’s arch-rival Rob Heathcote stands as the main stumbling block to the premier trainer creating more records at Doomben. Gollan has dominated the Brisbane summer carnival which started on November 21, winning 10 metropolitan-class races including six at stakes level for $654,000 prize money. Heathcote has also had a… Read More »

     
  • Birchley draws top jockeys in Origin heat

    Trainer Liam Birchley has drawn top jockeys Craig Williams and Glen Boss for two of the stable’s most promising horses in a heat of the State of Origin Jockeys Series at Doomben. Williams, representing Victoria, will ride Court Martial Miss and Queensland’s Boss will be on Gun Case in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Team Snowden set for Wyong clean sweep

    Randwick trainers Peter and Paul Snowden could be set for a significant pay day at the Wyong Magic Millions meeting. The partnership is expected to take out Thursday’s feature race with Breeders’ Plate winner Capitalist, the short-priced favourite for the $200,000 Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic. The only horse regarded… Read More »

     
  • Moody cobalt case set to go into 2016

    Trainer Peter Moody looks set to have cobalt charges hanging over him into 2016. Moody’s case had been expected to be over by Christmas but the defence is arguing some of horse Lidari’s test samples should be thrown out, meaning more witnesses would be called. The trainer’s barrister, Matthew Stirling,… Read More »

     
  • MIchael Freedman to open Sydney stable

    Michael Freedman, the younger brother of Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman, will open stables in Sydney next year. Freedman has been granted boxes at Rosehill and he plans to be up and running in time for the Sydney autumn carnival after training in Singapore for the past eight years…. Read More »

     
  • RQ loses $40 million over five years

    Racing Queensland officials have revealed that the body has had five successive years of losses totalling $40 million. At RQ’s annual general meeting, which was held at Eagle Farm racecourse on Wednesday, it was also shown that there had been a $12.7 million loss for the 2014-15 financial year. RQ… Read More »

     
  • Mistake led to cobalt spike: Moody

    A stablehand mistakenly gave a racehorse large doses of a hoof treatment and trainer Peter Moody knew nothing about it, a cobalt inquiry has heard. Moody’s legal counsel says the trainer is not guilty of intentionally administering cobalt to affect Lidari’s performance in the 2014 Turnbull Stakes, a charge carrying… Read More »

     
  • Mossin’ Around proves doubters wrong

    Retired trainer Grahame Begg was not the only one having doubts about unraced filly Mossin’ Around. Jockey Tye Angland also needed some convincing while trainer John Thompson was hardly oozing confidence before the TAB.com.au Maiden Handicap at Canterbury on Wednesday. Begg, a Group One-winning trainer who closed his Randwick stables… Read More »

     
  • Bush trainer wins in town with $71 shot

    Bush trainer Mark Milton was left to wonder about the unpredictability of racing as he upstaged Sydney’s biggest stable with a long-shot winner at Canterbury on Wednesday. Still coming to terms with the loss of his best horse as a result of a fall which marred the Mudgee Cup, Milton… Read More »

     
  • Forster dreaming big with three-year-olds

    Trainer Desleigh Forster and jockey Robbie Fradd maintained their 25 per cent winning strike rate at Beaudesert on Wednesday but had far bigger things on their minds. Assertory ($7.50) gave the combination its sixth win from 24 starters this season with her victory in the Game On International Hcp (1100m)…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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