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  • Rothfire beats Gotta Kiss in a thriller

    Trainer Robert Heathcote joked he would have to get the rules changed for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic after his colt Rothfire won a thrilling two-horse war with favourite Gotta Kiss at Eagle Farm. Rothfire ($2.80) was considered the only danger to previously unbeaten filly Gotta Kiss ($1.75) on the… Read More »

     
  • Extreme Pride lands her first city win at Caulfield

    Four-year-old mare Extreme Pride has continued a progression through the grades to land her first city win at Caulfield. The Danny O’Brien-trained Extreme Pride’s victory in the Keno Classic Handicap (1700m) was her fourth straight win since August, rising from maiden grade at the provincials to Saturday’s benchmark-80 race in… Read More »

     
  • Time Is Precious outsprints Victory Vein Stakes rivals

    Gerald Ryan is weighing up the possibilities for Victory Vein Stakes winner Time Is Precious with a Magic Millions Classic tilt chief among his options. The filly upset Breeders’ Plate runner-up and odds-on favourite Postcode to score an all-the-way win in the Victory Vein Stakes (1000m) at Randwick on Saturday… Read More »

     
  • Matt Dunn’s stayer ready for Country Classic

    Dominant Eagle Farm winner Ready For Danger is headed to Sydney after his impressive win in the TAB Handicap. Jockey Jim Byrne dropped Ready For Danger ($4.80) into a perfect spot running third after an early speed battle and came away to beat Pleased ($4.20) by 2-/4 lengths. Trainer Matt… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup emergencies gamble doesn’t pay off

    The gamble by connections to scratch their horse Neufbosc and head to Melbourne in hope of a Caulfield Cup start has not paid off. Neufbosc was the second emergency for the Caulfield Cup but has not gained a start in the race with just the one scratching in the field…. Read More »

     
  • Sound gains 2019 Caulfield Cup start after scratching

    Trainer Mike Moroney believes import Sound can capitalise on his late inclusion in the Caulfield Cup field and perform much better than his odds suggest in the $5 million handicap. Sound, to be ridden by James Winks, clinched a start in Saturday’s 2400m-race as the first emergency after New Zealand… Read More »

     
  • Trainers want more done about wellbeing of racehorses

    The care and wellbeing of racehorses does not stop when they leave stables after their racing careers are over with leading trainers saying they do everything to ensure they have forever homes. Although in NSW trainers are required to notify where the horses go on retirement, cracks in the system… Read More »

     
  • Mr Quickie set to bounce back in Caulfield Cup

    Trainer Phillip Stokes has seen the right signs in the lead-up to the Caulfield Cup to believe one-time favourite Mr Quickie can bounce back to his best in the $5 million handicap after a last-start failure. This year’s Queensland Derby winner, Mr Quickie raced into 2019 Caulfield Cup favouritism after… Read More »

     
  • Authorities want national racing register

    Racing authorities and participants have expressed their horror at vision of horses being slaughtered at a Queensland abattoir and say everyone must continue to work together to re-home and re-train retired racing stock. But they also say the portrayal by the ABC’s 7.30 report is misleading and does not reflect… Read More »

     
  • Pat Cosgrave gets another Caulfield Cup chance

    Almost four years after riding Red Verdon to a maiden win in the West Midlands region of England, Pat Cosgrave will reunite with the stayer on the other side of the globe in a $5 million handicap. Cosgrave made his mark during his visit to Melbourne for last year’s spring… Read More »

     
  • Miss Leonidas drops in class in Caulfield Sprint

    The question surrounding Miss Leonidas is whether she can repeat the performance of a narrow second to Nature Strip at her most recent start. If she can, it will take her a long way towards winning the Group Two Caulfield Sprint (1000m) on Saturday. Miss Leonidas ran Nature Strip to… Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer could face doping charges

    Racing authorities will be free to charge trainer Jarrod McLean with horse doping offences after he lost a court bid to keep evidence from a police raid on his Victorian stables secret. McLean had claimed Victoria Police acted unlawfully when it gave Racing Victoria information about items seized during the… Read More »

     
  • Tisani Tomso set to back-up at Eagle Farm

    A decision to lodge a late nomination for Tisani Tomso at Eagle Farm has given the iron horse and his jockey Adin Thompson chances to record milestones. Tisani Tomso ran second at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday and was not an original nomination for the DSS Law Open Handicap (1200m)… Read More »

     
  • Noble Boy ready for The $1.3m Kosciuszko

    Todd Blowes can hardly believe his luck, boasting a live chance in the $1.3 million Kosciuszko two years into his training career. The Queanbeyan trainer will drive up the Hume Highway with Noble Boy ($5) ready to attack Saturday’s 1200m-sprint for country-trained horses. Blowes has been in the racing caper… Read More »

     
  • Crown Prosecutor out of Caulfield Cup

    New Zealand Derby winner Crown Prosecutor has been scratched from the $5 million Caulfield Cup with a leg issue. The gelding was scratched on Friday afternoon, with first emergency Sound now gaining a start in Saturday’s 2400m Group One Caulfield Cup. Crown Prosecutor failed a veterinary test on Friday, a… Read More »

     
  • In-form filly earns shot at black-type

    The addition of blinkers has turned Aesop’s Fable into a winner, prompting trainer John Sargent to raise the bar and test the filly in stakes grade for the first time. The three-year-old has strung together a hat-trick of wins at Canberra, Goulburn and Wyong since the gear change and will… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Classic test for lightly raced Miroku

    Caulfield Guineas hopes for Miroku failed to materialise but the colt gets the chance to make a spring impression in the Group Three Caulfield Classic. The Phillip Stokes-trained Miroku impressed on debut to win a maiden on the Ballarat synthetic track in early September before finishing unplaced in his next… Read More »

     
  • Classique Legend set to climb The Everest

    Sir Dapper and Emancipation were great rivals on the track and more than 30 years after the pair’s exploits, their respective trainers find themselves with a common Everest bond. Les Bridge, the 81-year-old trainer of Sir Dapper, will saddle up Classique Legend who is owned by the Hong Kong-based Bon… Read More »

     
  • Horse scratched from 2019 Caulfield Cup Field

    A horse in Saturday’s Caulfield Cup has been scratched from the race on advice from vets. The Stephen Marsh trained Crown Prosecutor has been scratched from the Caulfield Cup Field on Friday afternoon after vets found the horse to be lame on Thursday. Crown Prosecutor was a $41 chance with… Read More »

     
  • Change of plans for star colt

    There has been a change of plans for star Godolphin colt Bivouac. Bivouac will not head to the G1 Coolmore Stud Stakes and will instead head to the G1 Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley on the eve of Cox Plate day. headed the Coolmore market with star filly Libertini at… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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