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  • Mick Price has high opinion of Right You Are

    Mick Price won’t be rushed into getting Right You Are back to the track after the gelding’s breakthrough win Sandown. Having his third start, Right You Are won the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Plate with Price, who trains in partnership with Mick Kent junior, immediately declaring the gelding was headed for… Read More »

  • Juveniles out to make immediate impression

    Lindsay Park stablemates Dark Horse and Wide Awake are among a host of two-year-olds set to make their debuts in a race at Flemington and co-trainer Ben Hayes believes both have shown enough to figure. Saturday’s #LovetheHorse (1100m) for juveniles has a field of 11 with Adelaide debut winner Unstoppabelle… Read More »

  • Prolific country winner earns another visit to the city

    Prolific country winner Money Ad earned a chance at big city money for the second time in a month with his victory in the Summer Provincial Sprint series heat at Dalby. Miles trainer Bev Johnson travels his horses all over the state from his Western Downs stables and is best… Read More »

  • NSW team favourite for Origin Jockey Series

    Melbourne Cup-winning rider Michael Rodd looks likely to miss a chance to link with his old boss Bryan Guy but he is fancied to win his first ‘Origin’ Jockey Series. Rodd did his apprenticeship with Guy on the Gold Coast but was born in NSW and will wear the sky… Read More »

  • Owner banned over death of horse

    An owner has received a 21 month ban from ownership following the body condition and subsequent death of a horse. Owner Daniel Riley received a 21 month suspension from Racing NSW after an inquiry was made into the death of Liezhi Mei. Daniel Riley was found guilty of failing to… Read More »

  • Gailo Chop back home after Perth G1 run

    After going close to ending his campaign with a Group One win in Perth, nine-year-old gelding Gailo Chop is back home in Victoria for some time in the paddock. The multiple Group One winner Gailo Chop returned to racing this spring for his first campaign for Warrnambool trainer Matthew Williams… Read More »

  • Stakes winning sprinter returns for new trainer

    Multiple stakes-winning sprinter Illustrious Lad is set for his first start for more than eight months and his new trainer Matthew Williams has been encouraged by the vibe the eight-year-old is giving leading into his return. Formerly trained by Peter Gelagotis, Illustrious Lad has won 10 of his 44 starts… Read More »

  • Boom times for leading sire set to continue

    Top Queensland stallion Spirit Of Boom has a chance to get his 12th stakes winner and his third in three weeks at Doomben. Spirit Of Boom, who has had three crops to race, will have gelding Count The Coin in the Listed Phelan Ready Stakes and filly Sip It Slow… Read More »

  • Star SA jockey may not ride again

    Star South Australian jockey Raquel Clark is unsure if she will be allowed to get back into the saddle following her fall last month. Raquel Clark suffered a terrible fall after the winning post aboard Goodgee who clipped the heels of another horse and fell onto Clark. Clark was taken… Read More »

  • Boomsara ready to go in $250k The Gateway

    Eagle Farm trainer Chris Munce says pundits who claim his colt Boomsara races best from wide barriers are only partly right. Boomsara has won three feature races when drawn wide and he turned in the run of the day when third in the Group Three George Moore Stakes from barrier… Read More »

  • John O’Shea a Live chance for third G2 Villiers Stakes

    Traditionally the biggest race day of the Sydney summer, the Villiers Stakes meeting at Randwick holds extra significance for trainer John O’Shea. O’Shea will saddle up Live And Free in Saturday’s Group Two race, almost two decades after he won it for the first time with Grey And Gold. That… Read More »

  • Team Snowden set to Strike at Wyong

    A race that has been launching pad towards the rich two-year-old features could again be significant for two Snowden stable youngsters. Peter and Paul Snowden won the Magic Millions Wyong 2YO Classic (1100m) four years ago with Capitalist who went on to claim that season’s Gold Coast Magic Millions and… Read More »

  • Regan Bayliss heading home to Australia

    Regan Bayliss will not apply for a contract extension in Hong Kong and will return to the jockey ranks in Melbourne. The young rider’s contract ends on December 31 and he expects to be riding in Melbourne next month. “I’ve decided to return to Melbourne when my contract comes to… Read More »

  • Morrissy set to target the Magic Millions Cup

    Troy Corstens believes Morrissy is unlucky not to have already already won this preparation but the trainer hopes that turns around at Flemington where the horse will press his claims for a trip to Queensland. Four-year-old Morrissy has two placings from his three starts this campaign including what Corstens describes… Read More »

  • Quackerjack will not duck Villiers Stakes task

    A long-range plan with Quackerjack comes to fruition in the Villiers Stakes although trainer Mark Newnham admits the four-year-old will carry more weight then he envisaged. The favourite for Saturday’s Group Two Villiers Stakes over the famous Randwick mile, Quackerjack has 56kg. Newnham thought he would get about 2kg less… Read More »

  • Living Legends to share in new VRC fund

    Former champions of the turf housed at Living Legends will reap the benefits from a $1 million fund that has been set up by the Victoria Racing Club. The VRC Equine Wellbeing Fund will provide continued financial support to not only Living Legends but also to an upgrade of horse… Read More »

  • Stonefield could head north for the Inglis Nursery

    Unraced colt Stonefield is handling everything asked of him which has given co-trainer Troy Corstens confidence to pinpoint a lucrative interstate race for the two-year-old’s debut. Melbourne-based Corstens is planning to run Stonefield in Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) for two-year-olds at Randwick but will also accept for the colt… Read More »

  • Enver Jusufovic out to keep run going at Sandown

    Cranbourne trainer Enver Jusufovic will attempt to add to his recent successful run with a solitary runner at the Sandown twilight meeting. Jusufovic saddles Bullock in the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap (1300m) having watched four of the last six horses he has raced return as winners over the past two… Read More »

  • Magic Millions plans thrown into disarray

    Multiple Group One-winning trainer Tony McEvoy believes Queensland authorities should consider chartering planes to get southern horses to their carnivals after his Magic Millions preparations were thrown into disarray this week. McEvoy had planned to run four horses at Doomben and Eagle Farm on Friday/Saturday but has been unable to… Read More »

  • Lloyd and Nick Williams move their horses

    Melbourne Cup winning trainer Danny O’Brien is set to be the beneficiary of Lloyd Williams’ decision to sell his private training property Macedon Lodge. O’Brien will receive a number of the Lloyd and Nick Williams-owned Australian-based stayers to prepare from his Thirteenth Beach property. Also benefitting will be Anthony Freedman… Read More »

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