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Horse Racing News

  • Le Romain poised to end Waller’s reign

    Kris Lees is in relatively unfamiliar territory as he rejoins the list of trainers striving to snap Chris Waller’s recent domination of the Doncaster Mile. Lees is no stranger to trailing Waller’s runners, most recently Winx, but with the super mare not defending the $3 million focal point of Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Fillies favourites for G1 Sires’ Produce

    Fillies have been to the fore in the major two-year-old races so far this season and they hold the key to the Group One Sires’ Produce Stakes. Both Group One races for juveniles this season have been won by fillies, with Catchy taking out the Blue Diamond in Melbourne while… Read More »

     
  • Alrouz after back-to-back Sandown wins

    Cranbourne trainer Doug Harrison is hoping to strike while the iron is hot with Alrouz at Sandown. The rising 10-year-old gave Harrison his first winner for 2017 when successful at Sandown last week and lines up again on Wednesday over 1800 metres in the Ladbrokes Up For The Challenge. Harrison… Read More »

     
  • Last start G1 winner retired

    Last start Group 1 Ranvet Stakes winner Our Ivanhowe has been retired to stud. Our Ivanhowe who was originally bought to target the Melbourne Cup was the favourite for Saturday’s Group 1 BMW before being scratched with mild lameness. Our Ivanhowe won two Group One races in Germany before adding… Read More »

     
  • Le Romain draws eight in Doncaster

    Doncaster Mile favourite Le Romain has drawn well in barrier eight for the $3 million race. A field of 20 plus three emergencies has been declared for Saturday’s time-honoured race. Melbourne filly I Am A Star will start from the inside alley while Tosen Stardom has the outside gate. View… Read More »

     
  • Full field of 20 for Doncaster Mile

    A full field of 20 plus three emergencies has been declared for the $3 million Doncaster Mile at Randwick while 13 will take their places in the Australian Derby. The Doncaster and Derby are two of four Group One races at Randwick on Saturday for the first day of The… Read More »

     
  • Group 1 winner dies

    Retired Group One winner Hucklebuck has been put down after suffering a bout of colic. Prepared by premier Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes to win eight of his 20 starts including the Group 1 Emirates Stakes at Flemington, the six-year-old was retired after an unplaced finish in the Schillaci Stakes in… Read More »

     
  • Jameka suffering travel sickness

    Plans for BMW winner Jameka are in limbo with the star mare found to be suffering from travel sickness on her return from Sydney to Melbourne. Jameka was a runaway winner of Saturday’s Group One BMW (2400m) at Rosehill with a clash with Winx in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes on… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys appeal hefty penalties

    Noel Callow will bid to recoup some of his losses when he appeals a one-month ban and $15,000 fine for his Group One-winning ride on Montoya’s Secret. Racing NSW stewards took a harsh stand against Callow for what they said was a “win at all costs” ride on the filly… Read More »

     
  • Bendigo return to spark Observational

    John Sadler is hopeful a return to the spaciousness of Bendigo will spark a return to some type of form for imported galloper Observational. The former Lloyd and Nick Williams-owned galloper will be lining up for his fourth start for Sadler in the Golden Mile (1600m) on Saturday. Observational won… Read More »

     
  • Happy Clapper a happy camper

    Blinkers have given Happy Clapper a new look this campaign as he heads to go one better in the Doncaster Mile after beating all but Winx in the race a year ago. The gelding had his final fast gallop for the race on Monday, a strategy Pat Webster employs rather… Read More »

     
  • Craig Williams booked for Doncaster ride

    Craig Williams will ride Tosen Stardom in the Doncaster Mile at Randwick as long as he passes a concussion test before race day. Williams, who was knocked unconscious when he fell from stricken horse The Gold Trail after the winning post in Saturday’s Mornington Cup, was initially thought to be… Read More »

     
  • Baster reunites with Sircconi in Sires’

    Melbourne jockey Stephen Baster will reunite with Sircconi for a Group One race at Randwick. Baster hasn’t ridden Sircconi in a race to date but was involved in the early education of the two-year-old who makes his Sydney debut in the ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes on Saturday. After winning a… Read More »

     
  • High winds halt Stony Creek meeting

    Safety concerns caused by high winds have forced the Victorian race meeting at Stony Creek to be abandoned after two races. Jockeys met stewards after the opening race on Monday to discuss their concerns before agreeing to ride in the second event. A ballot was taken following the victory of… Read More »