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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Attention wins the Gr 2 BRC Sires’ Produce

    The decision to give Attention an easy autumn carnival has reaped a big dividend when the colt won the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Doomben. Attention ($5.50) assured himself of a start in the Group One JJ Atkins Stakes on June 11 when he proved too strong for Dreams A… Read More »

     
  • Real Love lands Group Three Premier’s Cup

    A Brisbane Cup trophy to sit alongside the Melbourne Cup is looming as a real possibility for champion trainer Darren Weir. Weir achieved Australian racing’s ultimate prize when Prince Of Penzance won last year’s Melbourne Cup and is on target to win his first Brisbane Cup courtesy of Real Love…. Read More »

     
  • Rodrico reignites Queensland Derby hopes

    The on-again off-again Queensland Derby mission is back in the frame for Rodrico who has shown his tenacity with a hard-fought win at Randwick. After two wins in April, the Chris Waller-trained gelding lost his position in the pecking order for Brisbane when he ran fourth to stablemate Encosta Line… Read More »

     
  • Wait and see on Ghisoni Stradbroke start

    The Godolphin stable is in no hurry to commit Ghisoni to a start in the Stradbroke Handicap despite her record-breaking win at Doomben. Bookies took a late set against Ghisoni, who drifted from $1.65 to $1.85, but she raced away in the straight to beat Cradle Me ($10) by 1-1/4… Read More »

     
  • Gauci guides Moshway to first-up victory

    Ambitions to get two-year-old Moshway into the Blue Diamond didn’t eventuate for Kyneton trainer Mick Sell. But the gelding returned from a spell in Saturday’s Sampson Handicap and lived up to the opinion the trainer has of the youngster by registering a late-season city win. Moshway, by the stallion Moshe… Read More »

     
  • Kamacite clinches hat-trick in Doomben win

    Kamacite has posted a hat-trick of wins in giving champion jockey Zac Purton the perfect homecoming in the Queensland Day Stakes at Doomben. Kamacite was heavily backed from $16 into $9 and led to ward off a late challenge from Mogador, the $3.40 favourite, to win by a short half-head…. Read More »

     
  • Highway journey worth it for Wonderbolt

    Apprentice Koby Jennings has come out on top in a battle with country champion Greg Ryan for a significant win at Randwick. Jennings urged the Barbara Joseph and Paul Jones-trained Wonderbolt ($3.60) to a half-length win over the favourite Star Shaft ($3.20) in the Highway Handicap (1100m). “I was apprenticed… Read More »

     
  • Missing jump no hurdle to Sandown result

    The rule book was ignored as common sense prevailed in the Australian Hurdle at Sandown. Racing Victoria stewards considered declaring the jumps feature a no-race after jockeys elected not to take the last obstacle on Saturday. Sandown track staff inadvertently removed the wing from the hurdle. “The riders understandably avoided… Read More »

     
  • Group One assignment awaits Skylight Glow

    James Cummings has already trained a two-year-old Group One winner this season and is eyeing another with Skylight Glow. Prized Icon gave Cummings his first Group One trophy in his own right since the death of his grandfather Bart last year when he took out the Champagne Stakes. Skylight Glow… Read More »

     
  • Queen Elizabeth gets an early birthday present

    Her Majesty The Queen has received an early birthday present with her horse Bold Sniper winning the third race at Sandown today. Bold Sniper was brought over from the UK to target our Cups although he never showed the ability to be competitive in our major races. Bold Sniper had… Read More »

     
  • Holler gallops ahead of trip to England

    Royal Ascot-bound Holler has had a sold work-out between races at Randwick ahead of his departure for England. The Group One-winning colt was shaded by his older stablemate Federal but did enough to please trainer John O’Shea. “Holler leaves for England on Tuesday and that will top him off,” O’Shea… Read More »

     
  • Thrilling jumps finish marred by error

    On face value the Australian Hurdle at Sandown was a thrilling jumps race at the highest order but for those attentive enough would have seen the jumpers didn’t go over all the hurdles. Gingerboy and Arch Fire eyed each other coming into the straight and put on a great duel… Read More »

     
  • Sandown doubles up with Valley meeting

    Sandown will host two Saturday metropolitan meetings in consecutive weeks with the Moonee Valley return delayed. The Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase meeting is at Sandown on Saturday with the transferred Moonee Valley meeting on June 4. Jamie McGuinness, Racing Victoria’s general manager of infrastructure, said the transfer would allow Moonee… Read More »

     
  • Minimum bet limit coming for RV’s policy

    A minimum bet limit to be introduced in time for the Melbourne spring carnival will bring Victoria’s race fields policy into line with NSW. Racing Victoria hopes to have the minimum bet limit in place with its approved wagering service providers by October 1. In NSW, corporate bookmakers must accept… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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