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Horse Racing News

  • Terravista wins Lightning Stakes

    Terravista has returned to winning form in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington after a drama-packed prelude to the Group One sprint when three horses including The Quarterback had to be scratched at the barriers. The Joe Pride-trained Terravista was ridden on Saturday by Corey Brown who returned to Australia last… Read More »

     
  • Special win for Tony McEvoy at Flemington

    Tony McEvoy will make sure he has some room in the trophy cabinet after the victory of Hey Doc in the CS Hayes Stakes at Flemington. Hey Doc’s win in Saturday’s Group Three race was a special one for McEvoy who worked at Lindsay Park for almost 40 years, firstly… Read More »

     
  • She Will Reign wins Group 2 Silver Slipper

    A key piece of the Golden Slipper puzzle has been solved in emphatic fashion for the connections of She Will Reign, the filly looming as Australian racing’s next rags-to-riches racehorse. In an industry littered with million-dollar yearlings, She Will Reign cost $20,000 but continued on her unbeaten run in the… Read More »

     
  • Kenedna claims stakes win in The Vanity

    A significant gear change has helped deliver an important stakes win for talented filly Kenedna in The Vanity at Flemington. Premier Victorian trainer Darren Weir decided the time was right to put blinkers on Kenedna in Saturday’s Group Three race for fillies and the gear did the trick with the… Read More »

     
  • Ducimus survives protest to win Talindert

    Ducimus has made the transition from country grade to stakes success but connections have had to endure an anxious wait for a protest result at Flemington. Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes was already feeling a little extra pressure with the colt’s Hong Kong owners on course for Saturday’s Talindert Stakes. The winner… Read More »

     
  • Mixed emotions for Desleigh Forster

    Trainer Desleigh Forster has come away both satisfied and annoyed after Too Good To Refuse’s return to racing at Eagle Farm. Too Good To Refuse ($1.80 fav) finished strongly for second but was never a chance to catch Upstart Pride ($5.50) in Saturday’s Open Hcp (1200m). In the end Upstart… Read More »

     
  • Grills scores overdue Highway Handicap win

    One of the best trainers in country NSW has ended a run of outs in Sydney races set aside for bush-trained horses. Sue Grills had tried to win a Highway Handicap four times before Fickle Folly set the record straight over 1100m for the trainer at Rosehill on Saturday. “I’ve… Read More »

     
  • Showashadow overcomes scare to win

    Promising filly Showashadow has overcome a pre-race scare in the mounting yard to score a strong win at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Showashadow ($5.50) sailed down the outside to beat Acceptile ($3.80) by a neck with three-quarters of a length to Paradis Imperial ($3.90) in Saturday’s Cola Cola Two-Year-Old (1000m)…. Read More »

     
  • Zebrinz wins for first time in 15 months

    Well-backed Zebrinz has snapped a 15-month absence from the winner’s circle at Flemington. Zebrinz had not won since an Oaks day success at Flemington in November 2015 but was well-supported from $7.50 to $5 in Saturday’s Japan Racing Association Handicap (1400m) and didn’t let his followers down. He was settled… Read More »

     
  • Cummings 3YO maintains winning Advantage

    A pattern of racing that has worked to perfection with in-form Tactical Advantage will be used to launch the three-year-old’s entry into stakes racing. Tactical Advantage confirmed himself one of the finds of the Sydney summer at Rosehill on Saturday, winning his fourth race in a row in the Spark… Read More »

     
  • Flemington first for Adelaide’s Chris Bieg

    Ample On Offa has given Adelaide trainer Chris Bieg a milestone first winner at Flemington. Ridden by Beau Mertens, Ample On Offa sat behind the speed before scoring a fighting victory in the Asian Executive Stakes (1400m) on Saturday. The victory was the five-year-old’s first success away from Morphettville where… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Robbie Fradd outed again

    Brisbane jockey Robbie Fradd’s bad run in the stewards’ room has continued with his fourth suspension in the past six weeks. Stewards suspended Fradd for 14 days after they found him guilty of careless riding on Bo Rossa in the third race at Ipswich on Friday. Bo Rossa was was… Read More »

     
  • Moloney to appeal improper riding ban

    Jockey Patrick Moloney will appeal an improper riding ban after being suspended for 28 meetings. Moloney was found guilty of improper riding for an incident at the 1500m mark of a 2219m race at Sale on Tuesday aboard Percivall Pott. Stewards issued the penalty at an adjourned inquiry at the… Read More »

     
  • Poon granted licence to ride in Hong Kong

    Apprentice Matthew Poon’s success in South Australia has earned him a licence to ride in Hong Kong from late March. Poon re-located from Hong Kong to Adelaide in mid-2015 to join the South Australian Apprentices Academy and is the reigning champion apprentice in the state. He rode 51 winners last… Read More »