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Horse Racing News

  • Exosphere pleases in barrier trial

    Godolphin colt Exosphere will be given another chance at straight-track racing in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. The winner of the Group One Golden Rose in September, Exosphere finished fourth as the odds-on favourite in the Coolmore Stud Stakes won by Japonisme at Flemington in October. Trainer John O’Shea said… Read More »

     
  • Portelli monitoring weather for Straturbo

    Gary Portelli is on weather watch for sprinter Straturbo who is nominated for races in both Melbourne and Sydney. Portelli will wait until later in the week to decide whether to send the gelding south for a crack at Saturday’s Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) at Flemington or keep him in… Read More »

     
  • Solicit begins campaign in Expressway

    Throughout her career, Solicit has always raced at a high level but is still chasing a Group One win. She begins what could be her final racing campaign in Saturday’s Group Two Expressway Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill with hopes high she can snare a top-level victory. Trainer Gerald Ryan admits… Read More »

     
  • Thomas Huet loses appeal against ban

    Thomas Huet has failed in his bid to have an improper riding ban overturned and will serve a one-month suspension. Huet was outed for an incident at Wyong in December with stewards finding him guilty of using an elbow towards Jess Taylor near the end of the race. Taylor’s mount… Read More »

     
  • Durendal saved for handicap at Caulfield

    Three horses from the same family will chase victories in separate races on Australia Day at Caulfield. Four-year-old gelding Durendal was scratched from Saturday’s Group Two Australia Stakes at Moonee Valley in favour of Tuesday’s Listed John Dillon Stakes while his three-year-old half-brother Tempered is entered for a 1600m benchmark… Read More »

     
  • Australia Day Cup is Kiss’s destiny

    A rejuvenated Destiny’s Kiss will bid for a second stakes win in as many starts when he lines up in the Australia Day Cup. The seven-year-old ended an 18-month absence from the winners’ list in the Gosford Cup (2100m) earlier this month. He is the 59kg topweight for Tuesday’s Listed… Read More »

     
  • Cup winner’s brother fetches $200,000

    Caulfield trainer Henry Dwyer has paid $200,000 for the yearling brother to Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance at the New Zealand premier sale. Dwyer bought Prince Of Penzance’s sister at the 2015 Karaka sale for $120,000 and said he had expected to go higher this year. “I was expecting… Read More »

     
  • Steel Zip targeting second Cup win

    Trainer Pat Duff has called on a long-standing association with jockey Brad Stewart to help veteran Steel Zip win his second Sunshine Coast Cup, four years after they combined for his first. The eight-year-old will end a fruitful summer, which reaped three wins and a third in a million dollar… Read More »

     
  • Thomas Huet appeals improper riding charge

    Jockey Thomas Huet will front the Racing NSW Apppeals Panel to try to clear his name in his fight against an improper riding charge. Huet was outed for one month after an incident at Wyong in December. He has been riding on a stay of proceedings throughout January and will… Read More »

     
  • VRC presents miniature Cup to breeders

    The breeders of Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance have been presented with a special trophy at the Karaka Million meeting at Ellerslie in Auckland. The Victoria Racing Club handed over the miniature three-handled trophy to John Thompson of Rich Hill Stud on Sunday with winning ride Michelle Payne on… Read More »

     
  • Norman collects the prize for his mate

    Veteran Queensland horseman Harold Norman has visited the winners’ circle on hundreds of occasions but admits Gold Horizon’s Doomben win gave him a special thrill. Gold Horizon is trained by Norman’s long time mate, Kembla Grange’s Bede Murray, who has been battling cancer in recent months. Norman saddled up Gold… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond hopes step out in Previews

    One of Lindsay Park’s Blue Diamond hopefuls will step out in the colts and geldings Preview with co-trainer Tom Dabernig expecting Kafoo to benefit from his first race-day experience. The Australia Day meeting at Caulfield on Tuesday will feature the Listed Blue Diamond Preview for colts and geldings and also… Read More »

     
  • Wales to be aimed at interstate Cups

    Two interstate Cups are in the sights of trainer Richard Laming with a horse which has family ties to the legendary Makybe Diva. Six-year-old Wales, a winner at Moonee Valley over 2040m on Saturday, is bound for the $200,000 Group Three Hobart Cup (2400m) on February 8 with a view… Read More »

     
  • Star Of Monsoon ready for Rosehill debut

    It’s getting close to crunch time for potential Golden Slipper contenders to make a mark starting with the year’s first stakes races for two-year-olds at Rosehill. Saturday’s meeting features the Group Three Widden Stakes for fillies and the Canonbury Stakes for colts and geldings, both over 1100 metres. The Peter… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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