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  • Millions hopeful responds to gear switch

    The addition of ear muffs to the racing gear of three-year-old filly Absolutlypositivly has transformed her into a genuine Magic Millions Guineas hope. Absolutlypositivly ($4) made it three career wins and two from two since a spell when she beat older mares at the Gold Coast. Trainers Bryan and Daniel… Read More »

     
  • Jumps regime to put spark in Shalmaneser

    Richard Litt hopes a tweaked training regime can have Shalmaneser jumping out of his skin to snap a winless streak at Randwick. The seven-year-old gelding has gone 20 starts without winning and the Warwick Farm-based trainer believes his confidence has taken a knock since a succession of failures in black-type… Read More »

     
  • Leading Magic Millions Classic contender out of race

    Trainer Tony Sears has elected to take a cautious path with highly promising filly Ardoyne Road and she will miss the Magic Millions Classic. Ardoyne Road created a huge impression at her first start at Doomben two weeks ago when she missed the start but circled the field to lead… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield run to decide Magic Millions bid

    Anthemoessa will be racing for a trip to the Gold Coast when she runs in a two-year-old race at Caulfield. The Matt Cumani-trained filly lines up for her second race start when she contests the Evergreen Turf Plate (1100m) on Saturday. It will be a make-or-break performance to see whether… Read More »

     
  • Interlocuter favourite for G2 Villiers Stakes

    Interlocuter can continue to justify his move to Australian racing from France when the Godolphin import steps up in class for the Villiers Stakes at Randwick. After being taken through his grades, the five-year-old is now poised to make his black-type debut in Saturday’s Group Two Villiers Stakes over 1600m…. Read More »

     
  • Father, son chasing city win at Caulfield

    Mick Cerchi and his best mate will chase their first metropolitan winner as a training partnership since joining forces at the start of the racing season. The long-term Flemington-based trainer and son Luke teamed together in August and have trained seven winners from their small stable. Four-time metropolitan winner Sadaqa… Read More »

     
  • Canyonero to step out in Inglis Nursery

    Mark Newnham’s association with multiple Group One winner Pierro takes on a new dimension when he sends Canyonero to the races for the first time. Newnham rode the 2012 Golden Slipper winner during trackwork when he was on Gai Waterhouse’s staff at Tulloch Lodge and he has five horses out… Read More »

     
  • Liam Birchley in two-state stakes attack

    Brisbane trainer Liam Birchley is upbeat about the chances of claiming a stakes double in separate cities with stable stars Havasay and Crack Me Up. Havasay will begin his quest for a million-dollar payday in the Bribie Handicap at Doomben while Crack Me Up is set for his grand final… Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer to front RAD Board

    Seymour trainer Michael Quadara will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on two conduct charges. Racing Victoria stewards have charged Quadara under the rule which deals with any person who in their opinion is guilty of misconduct, improper conduct or unseemly behaviour. The first charge relates to an incident… Read More »

     
  • Trainer pleads for rain

    Brett Cavanough has renewed his plea for summer rain to enhance The Monstar’s chances of winning back-to-back Razor Sharp Handicap’s when racing returns to Randwick. The seven-year-old gelding has won three times on good tracks but the preference is for the 43-race veteran to run when the sting is out… Read More »

     
  • Infamous trainer dies aged 72

    Hayden Haitana, the trainer linked to the Fine Cotton scandal, has died in South Australia. The ex-pat New Zealander was at the epicentre of Australia’s most infamous betting plunge, where the under-performing Fine Cotton was substituted by the better-credentialled Bold Personality for a race at Brisbane’s Eagle Farm in 1984…. Read More »

     
  • Patrick Moloney returns for another NZ experience

    Patrick Moloney has answered an SOS to ride in New Zealand following the suspension of fellow Melbourne jockey Jake Bayliss. Moloney hasn’t ridden since he was in New Zealand at the beginning of the month before embarking on a Whitsunday Islands holiday. Bayliss was lured to New Zealand to ride… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn free to ride Magic Millions favourite

    Top jockey Blake Shinn is free to ride Magic Millions favourite Bondi when the colt puts his credentials on the line for the rich Gold Coast race. Shinn has had three meetings shaved from a nine-meeting suspension, allowing him to return to the saddle on December 17. The reduction means… Read More »

     
  • Hunter keeping options open with Belwazi

    After recording a winning hat-trick, trainer Jerome Hunter would like to maintain the streak with Belwazi. But whether Belwazi will do that at Caulfield on Saturday or at Moonee Valley the previous night, Hunter is unsure. Belwazi has won four of her five starts to date including her debut at… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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