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Horse Racing News

  • Mymancharles to take big step at Doomben

    Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea is reaping the benefit of astute breeding decisions with his young horses such as Doomben runner Mymancharles. Tregea’s Windemere Stud syndicate breeds and races many horses with the best known Love Rocks who was a stakes winner at Doomben three years ago. Mymancharles landed a solid… Read More »

     
  • Cellarman, Nikitas can prove G1 potential

    Cellarman’s ambitious tilt at the Run To The Rose will give trainer Chris Waller a guide on where the colt sits in the stable’s three-year-old pecking order. Cellarman and Nikitas represent the trainer in Saturday’s Group Two race over 1200 metres at Rosehill. Waller says the race will give him… Read More »

     
  • Guineas on radar for Revolving Door

    If Revolving Door can win one of the feature races at Caulfield this spring, there will no doubt be some excited senior Melbourne Racing Club officials. The ownership group in the Clinton McDonald-trained colt includes MRC chairman Mike Symons, chief executive Brodie Arnhold, treasurer Domenic Romanelli and committee member Roger… Read More »

     
  • Ross hoping for Total Authority at Doomben

    As would be expected from a more than handy boxer Les Ross has climbed off the canvas to be back in business in the Brisbane training ranks. Ross, who is still a member of a Brisbane boxing club, recently split with his biggest owner Mick Crooks after a highly successful… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park mares tackle Cockram Stakes

    Lindsay Park mares tackle Cockram Stakes

    After nominating four runners for the Group Three Cockram Stakes at Caulfield, Lindsay Park will rely on stable newcomer Jessy Belle and Kayjay’s Joy. Both are $10 in an open market on Saturday’s 1200m-sprint with Ocean Embers favourite at $4.80. Tom Dabernig, who trains in partnership with David and Ben… Read More »

     
  • Winx ‘spot on’ for the Chelmsford Stakes

    Winx ‘spot on’ for the Chelmsford Stakes

    As the pressure momentarily subsides for Chris Waller and Winx, the trainer is looking forward to a more relaxed race day build-up. The expectation surrounding Winx’s return to the track meant her Warwick Stakes win prompted relief over jubilation for Waller. While Sydney’s premier trainer holds a strong hand ahead… Read More »

     
  • Birchley quartet to improve on last starts

    Having come away with four thirds at the recent Eagle Farm meeting, trainer Liam Birchley is taking the same quartet to Doomben expecting better results. At Eagle Farm last Saturday week, three of the team drew barrier one but the inside section of the track proved inferior. “You wouldn’t believe… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne granted dual licence

    Michelle Payne granted dual licence

    Melbourne Cup winning rider Michelle Payne is one of three people to be granted a dual trainer/jockey licence in Victoria. Jade Darose and Rhonda Mangan were also approved by Racing Victoria on Thursday for the new licences which mean they will be able to ride horses they train in races…. Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne granted training license

    Michelle Payne granted training license

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne has moved a step closer to a training career with her application for a Victorian training license being granted on Thursday night. Payne who currently has horses in work at Ballarat will now be eligible to race them in her name as well as… Read More »

     
  • Dwayne Dunn lands first Scobie Breasley medal

    Dwayne Dunn lands first Scobie Breasley medal

    Dwayne Dunn has put aside the disappointment of being beaten in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership to claim his first Scobie Breasley Medal. Established in 1996 and named after the Hall of Fame jockey, the Scobie Breasley Medal acknowledges riding excellence at Melbourne metropolitan meetings with votes given on a 3-2-1… Read More »

     
  • Dwayne Dunn wins Scobie Breasley medal

    Dwayne Dunn is a bridesmaid no longer, taking out Victoria’s prestigious Scobie Breasley medal for riding excellence. Dunn failed by four wins to win the 2015/16 Melbourne premiership after Craig Williams ran him down in the final weeks. He had also finished second in the Scobie Breasley medal count three… Read More »

     
  • David vs Goliath battle in Premier’s Cup

    David vs Goliath battle in Premier’s Cup

    A trio of underdogs will aim to upset NSW’s power stables in the Listed Premier’s Cup. Jim Litt’s small family operation trains Song And Laughter, a $21 hope. Former rodeo rider Shannon Fry is confident Sofin, one of two horses in his Bowraville stable, has a winning chance at $26…. Read More »

     
  • Memsie Stakes facts and figures

    THE MEMSIE STAKES IS THE FIRST GROUP ONE RACE OF THE AUSTRALIAN SEASON HISTORY: First run in 1899 at one mile (1600m) and won by Veneda Given Group One status in 2013 NOTABLE WINNERS: Phar Lap won in 1931 at nine furlongs (1800m); Makybe Diva won in 2005 and four… Read More »

     
  • Shea Eden hopeful of first stakes win

    Shea Eden hopeful of first stakes win

    An in-form mare who has come back from throat surgery is favourite to give trainer Shea Eden the biggest win of his career in the Group Three Cockram Stakes. Ocean Embers heads to Caulfield on Saturday after two fast-finishing Melbourne wins either side of a Listed placing in Adelaide. “It’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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