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Horse Racing News

  • Frespanol back to his best form at Doomben

    Stable foreman Holly Williams had special reason to be happy when the Tony Gollan-trained Frespanol returned to his best form at Doomben on Saturday. Williams was in charge of Gollan’s team at Doomben while the trainer was with Most Important at Caulfield in Melbourne. Frespanol ($5.50) returned to some of… Read More »

  • Crown Witness too strong in the Quezette

    The edge in race fitness Crown Witness had over Blue Diamond winner Catchy proved decisive in the Quezette Stakes at Caulfield. Crown Witness had wins at Sandown and Flemington in the lead up to Saturday’s Group Three sprint while Catchy was having her first run following a successful two-year-old campaign…. Read More »

  • Dracarys in record Up and Coming victory

    Dracarys has blitzed a Randwick track record with the help of a strong breeze at his back in winning the Group Three Up And Coming Stakes. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt finished strongly under Sydney’s leading apprentice Andrew Adkins to cover the 1300m in 1min:14.76secs. Charlie Boy posted the… Read More »

  • Comin’ Through tries things from the front

    Comin’ Through went to paddock an awkward colt and has returned a mature horse, again showing some of the brute power of his half-brother Criterion. Trainer Chris Waller was content with the four-year-old’s first-up win at Randwick but hinted the $4 favourite would have been even better if not forced… Read More »

  • Winx climbs off canvas in winning return

    Champion racemare Winx has made a winning but drama-filled return to racing. Chasing her 18th straight win, Winx missed the start four lengths in the Warwick Stakes at Randwick and was last into the straight. As Foxplay shot through on the inside to take the lead, Winx looked to be… Read More »

  • Rhythm To Spare makes it back-to-back wins

    Mike Moroney plans to press on into spring with eight-year-old gelding Rhythm To Spare, who erased his trainer’s pre-race concerns at Caulfield by winning again. Rhythm To Spare won over 1600m at Flemington two weeks ago and Moroney admitted he started to panic before Saturday’s Ramlegh Springs On Clyde Handicap… Read More »

  • Quilista shines in first-up Caulfield win

    Leading trainer Darren Weir has continued his association with quality Perth horses after Quilista scored a fighting first-up win at Caulfield. Formerly prepared in Perth by Justin Warwick, who remains in the ownership, Quilista was having her first start for Weir in Saturday’s Beveridge Williams Plate. Weir believes the daughter… Read More »

  • Allowance key to Yaba Dabl Doya victory

    The 3kg claim of apprentice Brooke Ainsworth made the difference when outsider Yaba Dabl Doya won at Doomben. Yaba Dabl Doya ($18) made it double-figure odds winners in the first four races on Saturday when he beat Outraged ($7) by a half neck with three-quarters of a length to Craiglea… Read More »

  • My Tagoson wins Highway Plate at Randwick

    Corey Brown’s loss was Hugh Bowman’s gain as Sydney’s premier jockey guided My Tagoson to a Highway Plate victory at Randwick. The five-year-old gelding, trained in Scone by Rodney Northam, improved on his second placing on Highway debut at Rosehill last month with a 2-1/4 length win over Last Try… Read More »

  • Auvray claims first success in three years

    The Freedman name is synonymous with many of Australia’s best races but the Randwick Mayor’s Cup, a 2400m race for benchmark 89 stayers, has taken on extra significance. Auvray, who hadn’t won a race for three years, gave Richard Freedman his first Saturday city winner since he returned to the… Read More »

  • Sydney, Melbourne wins for Lindsay Park

    Hell Or Highwater has rallied to win at Caulfield to give the Lindsay Park stable an early two-state double. Five-year-old Hell Or Highwater’s long neck win in the Pegasus Leisure Group Plate, came after classy filly Formality took out the Silver Shadow Stakes at Randwick. The stable also made it… Read More »

  • Blinkers a must for Rancho Montoya: Browne

    Jockey Damian Browne recommended the addition of blinkers to Rancho Montoya’s race day gear after the promising colt was beaten into a third place in a blanket finish at Doomben. Tough gelding Umberto ($10) won by a nose to Legadama ($6.50) with a short neck to Rancho Montoya ($3.30). Rancho… Read More »

  • Silver Shadow Stakes win a mere Formality

    Formality has taken a significant step towards the Golden Rose with a record-breaking win in the Group Two Silver Shadow Stakes. Racing for the first time since runner-up in the Percy Sykes Stakes during The Championships in April, Formality fought off the $2.50 favourite Alizee to claim a long-head win…. Read More »

  • Prominent Qld administrator John Bell dies

    Jockeys will wear black armbands at Doomben as a mark of respect for one of Queensland’s best-known race administrators, John Bell, who has died aged 82. Dr Bell served on the Brisbane Amateur Turf Club and Brisbane Turf Club from 1974 to 1997. He was chairman of the BRC from… Read More »