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Horse Racing News

  • G2 winning sprinter dies

    Former high class racemare Angelic Light has died at Widden Stud as a result of a bout of colic. Trained by Robbie Griffiths, Angelic Light almost gave the Cranbourne horseman with his first Group One win when she was narrowly defeated by Lankan Rupee in the 2014 Manikato Stakes at… Read More »

     
  • James Doyle adjusting to Australian racing

    English jockey James Doyle admits adjusting to Australian racing will be a challenge as he embarks on a stint as Godolphin’s No. 1 rider. The 28-year-old has been brought to Australia to replace retained jockey James McDonald who has been sidelined after being charged with having an interest in a… Read More »

     
  • Neville Bell stays with dream

    Owner Neville Bell’s dream to breed a top class stayer could have instead given him a early running two-year-old. Bell, who mixes operating Kilto Park horse complex with being chairman of the Brisbane Race Club, sent his mare Candice to the Desert King, the sire of three-time Melbourne Cup winner… Read More »

     
  • Weir with chances in three states

    Victoria’s premier trainer Darren Weir has never won a race in Sydney or Perth. But he could tick off both milestones on the same day, with chances to win stakes races in three states on Saturday. Weir will saddle up Stratum Star in the Group One Kingston Town Stakes (1800m)… Read More »

     
  • Racing Vic set to review prize money

    Racing Victoria will undertake a review of prize money levels following their NSW counterparts increasing stakes for races across the state. Metropolitan races in Sydney were increased to $100,000 from October 1 while races on the provincial and country circuits were also increased. Participants, including owners, trainers and jockeys, in… Read More »

     
  • One Pakenham runner likely for McDonald

    Clinton McDonald is looking elsewhere with one of his two VOBIS Gold Bullion entries because he believes the conditions of the race make it hard for lower-rated horses. McDonald has Schneller and Castelo in Saturday’s 1400m race at Pakenham but the trainer said he would probably run Castelo in a… Read More »

     
  • Classy Shiraz to make debut for Kim Waugh

    Group One-placed sprinter Shiraz is thriving in his new environment but Kim Waugh is taking a patient approach to the stable’s classy addition. Shiraz is set to make his debut for Waugh alongside stablemate Supreme Effort in the Listed Starlight Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday. While Shiraz is the… Read More »

     
  • Kate Nipperess making progress

    Rider Kate Nipperess has surprised doctors with her progress since suffering serious spinal injuries in a trackwork accident. Racing NSW’s Maurice Logue said although Nipperess was recently given a 10 per cent chance of walking again, she was now able to walk with a frame and expected to leave the… Read More »

     
  • Import Sarrasin to make Australian debut

    Lightly raced import Sarrasin has overcome a couple of setbacks since joining Lee and Anthony Freedman who are now preparing to unveil him at the races. The former French horse is scheduled to make his Australian debut in Saturday’s David Bourke Memorial Handicap (1600m) at Pakenham. A Listed winner in… Read More »

     
  • Forster questions weights in stakes races

    Trainer Desleigh Forster does not believe Queensland officials should fall into the trap of handicapping stakes races to attract southern horses. Forster has Too Good To Refuse, who will carry the minimum 54kg, in the $200,000 Group Three George Moore Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Five NSW=trained horses were… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner McEvoy flourishing back in Sydney

    After the blissful whirlwind of a second Melbourne Cup and the arrival of his fourth child jockey Kerrin McEvoy has slotted back into Sydney racing without missing a beat. Almandin’s victory put a second Cup on the 36-year-old’s mantelpiece 16 years after Brew thrust him into the limelight. Eight days… Read More »

     
  • Pakenham Cup win a worthy Allowance

    Trainer Peter Roche has designed Transfer Allowance’s spring campaign with the Pakenham Cup the goal. After Transfer Allowance was placed in October’s Moe Cup, Roche set his sights on Sandown’s Zipping Classic (2400m) and Saturday’s Pakenham Cup which is 100 metres longer. Unfortunately the Zipping Classic was a stronger race… Read More »

     
  • Munce after first stakes win as a trainer

    Chris Munce has a double-barrelled chance to take the next step in his training career and win his first stakes race. He will saddle up Nicconi Leggera and Snow Fields in the Listed Mode Plate (1200m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. The former champion jockey retired to take up training… Read More »

     
  • Paul Hammersley suspended for 17 days

    Paul Hammersley has been suspended for 17 days after stewards concluded an inquiry into a spectacular fall at the Sunshine Coast. Fellow rider Ryan Wiggins was taken to hospital after his mount Puissance Decheval went through the running rail on November 16. Wiggins escaped with bruising and was able to… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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