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  • Houtzen on target for Arrowfield Sprint

    Glyn Schofield reckons an invigorated Houtzen can strengthen her claims for another shot at The Everest through the Group Two Arrowfield Sprint at Randwick. The Gold Coast-trained filly ran as the Aquis Farm representative in last October’s inaugural $10 million sprint. Trainer Toby Edmonds brought Houtzen to Sydney for the… Read More »

  • Silent Sedition ready for Sydney G1 race

    Silent Sedition heads to the Coolmore Legacy Stakes off a slightly different preparation from a year ago but trainer Andrew Noblet believes the mare is thriving ahead of her latest big-race assignment. The quality sprinter-miler started favourite and finished fourth in last year’s edition of the 1600m Group One race… Read More »

  • Blue Jay Way after black-type at Caulfield

    Victory in a stakes race is vital for any potential broodmare. When trainer Grahame Begg was flicking through upcoming race programs some months ago he made a mental note of the Listed Galilee Series Final, a race for three-year-olds over 2400m at Caulfield on Saturday. But it wasn’t until after… Read More »

  • Japan’s Pre Stwick primed for Sydney Cup raid

    Japanese trainer Yoshinori Muto is not prepared to predict his long-awaited Group One victory will happen far away from home at Randwick but is more than happy with Pre Stwick’s lead-in to the Sydney Cup. Muto has yet to prepare a Group One winner in 15 years of training so… Read More »

  • Chris Waller responds to Winx retirement rumours

    Chris Waller has responded to the rumours that champion mare Winx could be running her last race in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick tomorrow. Speaking on RSN927’s Racing Pulse program, Waller said that there was no plans to retire the mare who is have her final run this campaign on… Read More »

  • Two of Ben Currie’s stable employees stood down

    The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has confirmed it has stood down two employees of Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie during an ongoing investigation into activities at his stable. Stewards opened an inquiry into possible breaches of race day treatment rules of a number of horses at Currie’s Toowoomba base last Saturday… Read More »

  • Protest to relish bigger Coast track

    Father and son training partners Bryan and Daniel Guy are looking forward to the Sunshine Coast meeting and the chance to run Protest on the spacious track. Queensland trainers have been pushing for more Saturday metropolitan meetings on the big Sunshine Coast track with Eagle Farm out of action. Many… Read More »

  • Corey Brown rides through pain barrier

    Corey Brown will be riding trough the pain barrier when he attempts successive Sydney Cup wins at Randwick. The experienced jockey spent last week shedding weight to ride D’Argento in the Doncaster Mile but was unable to take the mount after an incident on The Lord Mayor in the Australian… Read More »

  • Michael Rodd encourages Doughty’s hopes

    Some encouraging words from international jockey Michael Rodd have given trainer Kelly Doughty confidence for the winter carnival with two-year-old Blue Book. The winner of his three starts, Blue Book returns in the Two-Year-Old Handicap (1200m) at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday. Doughty decided against setting Blue Book for the… Read More »

  • Police investigate Kilmore race incident

    Local police have been called in to investigate the circumstances that led to a race meeting at Kilmore being abandoned because of safety concerns over steel spikes on the track. Thursday’s meeting was called off before the first race after two steel pegs were found to have been driven into… Read More »

  • Robert Smerdon’s lawyer queries RADB jurisdiction

    Counsel for Robert Smerdon will challenge the jurisdiction of the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board to hear charges laid against the Melbourne trainer. The RAD Board will hear submissions from Tim McHenry, representing Smerdon, and those of Racing Victoria stewards regarding the Board’s jurisdiction on April 24. Smerdon is one… Read More »

  • Jeff Lloyd to weave magic on Mishani Bullitt

    Trainer Chris Anderson is hoping some magic from top jockey Jeff Lloyd can help three-year-old Mishani Bullitt overcome a bad barrier at the Sunshine Coast. Mishani Bullitt resumes in Saturday’s Three-Year-Old Plate (1200m) and is well in with 57kg under the set weights scale but has drawn the outside barrier… Read More »

  • Coolmore Legacy Stakes facts and figures

    $1 MILLION GROUP ONE COOLMORE LEGACY (FORMERLY QUEEN OF THE TURF) STAKES * For fillies and mares three-year-olds and upwards at standard weight-for-age * First run in 1972 when won by Refulgence * Upgraded to Group One status in 2005 * Winners include Scomeld (1980), Romanee Conti (1992), Danglissa (2000),… Read More »

  • Duo to rebound from Emancipation Stakes

    Ron Quinton is loath to separate his stable stars Dixie Blossoms and Daysee Doom, and has extended that to the bulk of their rivals in the Coolmore Legacy Stakes. The Randwick trainer believes any of eight contenders have genuine claims to the $1 million Group One 1600m-race for fillies and… Read More »

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