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  • Former NZ stayer continues path to the Sydney Cup

    Talented staying mare Rondinella will take the next step towards her Sydney Cup goal when she lines up at Randwick. Trainer John O’Shea will use a tried and tested formula as he plots a Sydney Cup path for former New Zealand-trained mare Rondinella . The Randwick trainer claimed the 2010… Read More »

  • Australian Cup swan song for Harlem

    Dual Australian Cup winner Harlem will be fronting the starter for the final time when he lines up in the Group 1 race at Flemington. Lindsay Park co-trainer Ben Hayes has warned punters not to dismiss Harlem in the Australian Cup despite saddling up race favourite Fifty Stars in the… Read More »

  • Owners reject healthy offers for boom colt

    Singapore-based New Zealand trainer Stephen Gray has a happy knack of landing a good horse, but he may have unearthed his best yet in Oxley Road who chases a third straight win when he runs at Flemington. Oxley Road contests the Listed Incognitus Stakes (1100m) on Saturday for which he… Read More »

  • Alpine Edge out to upstage Sydney’s best 2YO colts

    The Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic runner-up Alpine Edge returns to action at Randwick on Saturday where the talented, Toby and Trent Edmonds trained colt will take on a host of lively Golden Slipper contenders in the Group 2 Todman Stakes. There is no shirking of the task here for Alpine… Read More »

  • Kris Lees assaults the Port Macquarie card

    Leading trainer Kris Lees wants to make an impact at Port Macquarie races this afternoon. Despite it being wet. He will send nine horses by float to the meet and each one of them as a great chance. These are Chris Waller-like numbers. There are 8 races on the card… Read More »

  • James McDonald tips bright future for unbeaten sprinter

    James Mcdonald has described Lost And Running as “pure speed” after the promising sprinter kept his unbeaten record intact with another impressive display at Warwick Farm. Lost And Running was returning from a knee operation after winning his first two starts by a combined total of almost eight lengths. He… Read More »

  • Elite Street gets tick of approval for Newmarket Handicap

    First-up in Melbourne and off the back of a Group 1 triumph on his home track at Ascot last November, Elite Street suffered internal bleeding and finished an underwhelming last behind Nature Strip in the Lightning Stakes (1000m) at Flemington. It was the worst performance of Elite Street’s nine start… Read More »

  • Lofty Star lands consolation win at Sandown

    Cranbourne trainer Julius Sandhu and the connections of Lofty Star have received some minor consolation at missing a Group 1 start with victory in a midweek race at Sandown. While the first prize of $27,500 for winning the Thoroughbred Club Handicap (1600m) on Wednesday was way short of the prize… Read More »

  • Addeybb back to defend Sydney features

    Life has come full circle for English jockey Tom Marquand as he prepares to reunite with the horse that launched him into the international spotlight. Marquand took Sydney racing by storm last autumn, landing the first Group One win of his career aboard Addeybb in the Ranvet Stakes and adding… Read More »

  • Randwick Guineas won’t be easy pickings for Aegon

    New Zealand raider Aegon dominated at his Australian debut but rival trainer John O’Shea believes the locals won’t be such easy pickings in the first leg of Sydney’s three-year-old triple crown. Prepared by master horseman Murray Baker and training partner Andrew Forsman, Aegon showed sparkling acceleration to stretch his unbeaten… Read More »

  • Brooklyn Hustle chasing maiden G1 in the Newmarket Handicap

    The racing gods have conspired against Brooklyn Hustle who lines up for another attempt at Group 1 glory in the Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington. Saturday’s outing down the famous ‘straight six’ will be Brooklyn Hustle’s sixth attempt at Group 1 success and while she is yet to fill a… Read More »

  • Defibrillate to show plenty of heart in Australian Cup

    New Zealand-bred Defibrillate faces his sternest test as he tries to extend his winning sequence in the Group 1 Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington. The son of Shocking, who started his career in New Zealand with Graham Richardson, who remains in the ownership along with former test captain Brendon McCallum… Read More »

  • Profiteer to cement Golden Slipper favouritism

    Mick Price has made a hit-and-run visit to Sydney this week to oversee a crucial trackwork gallop for Golden Slipper favourite Profiteer ahead of his Todman Stakes showdown with unbeaten youngsters Stay Inside and Remarque. A scintillating winner of the Inglis Millennium, Profiteer has been staying at the Sydney stable… Read More »

  • Justitia makes it three in a row at Grafton

    There were a couple of notable winners at Grafton on Tuesday where the four-year-old mare Justitia kicked off the meeting by claiming her third successive win. Those victories by the Kris Lees trained daughter of Husson have come at three different tracks over three different distances, underlining both the progressive… Read More »

  • Isotope in brilliant comeback trial

    Last start as a $2.15 fav in a $2million race, on Magic Millions day, the brilliant Queensland mare, ISOTOPE (Deep Field – Great Dansaar) clipped the heels of her rival Away Game as they turned for home and lost her rider. That rider was Ryan Maloney and he said post… Read More »

  • Lunar Fox the horse thats used to being unwanted

    You could say the horse that practically no-one wanted in the betting for the Group 1 Australian Guineas is used to being overlooked. Lunar Fox had them rewriting the record books after Saturday’s big race win as the Paul Preusker trained runner became the longest priced Group 1 winner in… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winning owner Michael Gudinski dies

    Three-time Melbourne Cup winning owner Michael Gudinski who was also an icon of the Australian music industry, died suddenly on Monday night. Gudinski shared in the ownership of Melbourne Cup winners Almandin, Rekindling and last year’s winner Twilight Payment with Lloyd and Nick Williams. But it was through music that… Read More »

  • Adelaide Cup to suit in-form stayer Darvin

    Trainer Matthew Williams expects the roomier Morphettville lay-out to suit Darvin when the gelding contests the Group 2 Adelaide Cup. A field of 17 is set to tackle one of Australia’s oldest races, and one of the few still run at 3200m in Australia, although in recent years it has… Read More »

  • Bivouac on song for whatever race he lines-up in

    Quality performer Bivouac produced a solid gallop in-between races at Kemble Grange, signalling it was all systems go for the son of Exceed and Excel for his assignment on Saturday … in where-ever race that might be. Trainer James Cummings would not be drawn on any final decision as to… Read More »

  • Country Championships continues to achieve its goal

    The Racing NSW Newhaven Park Country Championships continues to achieve its goal of promoting country racing. In the process it provides an acknowledgement of the value of its country participants to the industry as well as offering those very participants a big financial carrot and an all-around highly enjoyable and… Read More »

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