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  • Mark Zahra loses appeal over hefty suspension

    Mark Zahra has failed in his appeal against the severity of a lengthy careless riding suspension but fellow Melbourne jockey Jye McNeil has had a suspension overturned. Zahra was outed for 25 meetings and fined $3800 for careless riding aboard the winner Power Scheme at Randwick last Saturday, resulting in… Read More »

     
  • Addictive Nature set for Caulfield return

    After electing to keep Addictive Nature in Melbourne rather than sending him north for a tougher race at Randwick, trainer Danny O’Brien is anticipating a good showing from the stakes winner in his first start for his new stable at Caulfield. Addictive Nature began his racing career with trainer Bjorn… Read More »

     
  • Man From Uncle ready to break drought

    Two years after he posted back-to-back wins in Group races, Man From Uncle will attempt to reignite a derailed career when he steps out in a benchmark race at Randwick for new trainer Clare Cunningham. It has been no easy task for Cunningham to get Man From Uncle this far…. Read More »

     
  • Matt Dale on the hunt for more Melbourne riches

    Canberra trainer Matt Dale has a happy knack of picking off target races in Melbourne when he crosses the border. On Saturday at Caulfield he saddles two runners, Dark Eyes in one of the day’s features, the Group Three Victoria Handicap (1400m) and last-start Flemington winner Prometheus in the Bert… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield tune-ups for Warrnambool pair

    Warrnambool trainer Daniel Bowman has ambitions to win the two major flat races at his hometown carnival with horses that will have their final prep runs at Caulfield. Like a number of other local trainers, the Warrnambool three-day carnival, which begins on April 30, is highlighted in Bowman’s calendar. Bowman… Read More »

     
  • Ben Currie given extension to stay

    Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has been granted an extension of a stay which will allow him to continue training through Easter. Currie gave phone evidence on Thursday from Bali where he is at a wedding, during a hearing in the Queensland Civil and Administrative Tribunal. He was suspended in February… Read More »

     
  • Gear change for Le Romain in All Aged Stakes

    Bridesmaid in the past two editions of the All Aged Stakes, Le Romain will wear blinkers for the first time in his career in a bid to make it third time lucky in the Group One sprint at Randwick. The six-year-old has narrowly missed having his name on the All… Read More »

     
  • Chris Munce chasing another Queensland Oaks

    Chris Munce holds the record for winning the most Queensland Oaks as a jockey and will take the first step towards another record at Doomben. Munce, now a leading trainer, has Oaks-bound filly Ceol Na Mara in Saturday’s Listed Princess Stakes (1600m). As a jockey, Munce won the Oaks on… Read More »

     
  • Queensland campaign on cards for Red Alto

    Brent Stanley has earmarked races during the Queensland winter carnival as targets for Bendigo Cup winner Red Alto but first the stayer will try to win the Easter Cup at Caulfield. The Stanley-trained Red Alto steps up to 2000m for the first time this campaign in Saturday’s Group Three Easter… Read More »

     
  • Larry Cassidy to ride for Godolphin again

    Jockey Larry Cassidy gets the chance to continue his good strike rate with the powerful Godolphin stable after securing the key ride on Plague Stone at Doomben. Plague Stone will be Godolphin’s first runner of the winter carnival when he contests Saturday’s Listed Mick Dittman Plate (1100m). A gelding by… Read More »

     
  • All Over Bosanova to step out for Phillip Stokes

    Phillip Stokes admits it has taken All Over Bosanova some time to familiarise herself with running anti-clockwise as the mare prepares for her first Melbourne start for her new trainer. But Stokes believes the sprinter is getting the hang of it and expects to learn more about the speedy mare… Read More »

     
  • Loving Gaby a deserving Champagne Stakes favourite

    If Loving Gaby isn’t the best two-year-old in training, she can certainly lay claim to being the toughest. When the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained filly lines up in the Champagne Stakes (1600m) at Randwick on Saturday she will become the only youngster to have contested all three legs of… Read More »

     
  • I’m A Rippa to begin Stradbroke Handicap path

    The lure of a likely dry winter has trainer Tony Gollan setting I’m A Rippa on a path to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap. I’m A Rippa makes his return to racing in the Listed Ascot Handicap (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. The gelding was one of the Queensland success… Read More »

     
  • Linda Meech suffers fractured collarbone in fall

    Leading Victorian jockey Linda Meech is expected to be out of the saddle for about a month after suffering a fractured collarbone in a race fall at Geelong. Meech was dislodged from La Lova just after the start of the final race on Wednesday’s program when the mare knuckled when… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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