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  • Quarantine rules eased for Hong Kong

    Horse travel between Hong Kong and Australia has become easier with the easing of quarantine protocols between the two. Australia’s Department of Agriculture on Monday reinstated Hong Kong as an approved jurisdiction for immediate importation of horses. The department has spent months assessing the equine health status of the Hong… Read More »

  • Endless Drama chasing G1 Winterbottom Stakes

    New Zealand trainer Tony Pike is used to crossing the Tasman with horses but will step into new territory with Endless Drama who will be his first runner in Perth. Pike, who has had success on Australia’s eastern seaboard, is hoping Endless Drama can measure up in the west in… Read More »

  • Patrick Moloney replaces Ben Thompson in Singapore

    Melbourne-based jockey Patrick Moloney has been the beneficiary of Ben Thompson’s decision to return to Melbourne after a year riding in Singapore. In something of a straight swap, Moloney has been granted a 12-month licence to ride in Singapore in the new season beginning on January 1. Thompson, who has… Read More »

  • Lloyd Williams set to sell Macedon Lodge

    Six-time Melbourne Cup winning owner Lloyd Williams is set leave his Macedon Lodge training establishment which has produced four Cup winners since the turn of the century. Macedon Lodge will close as a private training base for horses owned by Williams and his son Nick next month and be offered… Read More »

  • First for Tony Gollan in Cannonball series final at Kilcoy

    Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan will again have a strong hand in stakes races at Doomben but will also have a career-first 80 kilometres north. Gollan is set to have his first runner in Saturday’s Cannonball series final at Kilcoy, a race designed to find the fastest horse in Queensland… Read More »

  • Macedon Lodge to be closed down

    The home of many Melbourne Cup wins Macedon Lodge is set to be closed down. Owner Lloyd Williams has announced he will close his Macedon Lodge property due to his age and inability to get to the training complex. “Macedon (Lodge) will close for me next month,” Williams informedย “Over… Read More »

  • High profile owner accused of stealing $162m in scam

    High profile thoroughbred owner Amer Abdulaziz has been accused of stealing $162million dollars in a cryptocurrency scam. Phoenix Thoroughbreds owner Amer Abdulaziz has been accused of stealing more than $162million AUD of investors money in a cryptocurrency scam. Abdulaziz was the co-founder of OneCoin which over the weekend was the… Read More »

  • Joe Bowditch working to get back to riding

    Joe Bowditch is getting closer to a return to race riding after spending the past two weeks at track work at Caulfield. Bowditch has been sidelined since July after a four-horse fall at Sale left him with multiple injuries, including one likened to those suffered by footballers. The jockey suffered… Read More »

  • Ryan Maloney to continue run for David Vandyke

    Ryan Maloney will make the four-hour round trip from the Gold Coast to the Sunshine Coast to ride Caulfield Guineas runner-up Alligator Blood. The three-year-old is scheduled to trial on Tuesday after a short break with trainer David Vandyke to aim the gelding at the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas… Read More »

  • Cape Of Good Hope to target the Doncaster Mile

    Lindsay Park senior trainer David Hayes plans to turn the imported Cape Of Good Hope into a sprinter during the autumn to maximise his future as a stallion. The former Aidan O’Brien-trained horse won the Group One Caulfield Stakes (2000m) last month on debut for his new stable. He went… Read More »

  • G2 winner Time To Reign nearing a return

    Having been forced abandon the spring with Time To Reign, trainer Gary Portelli is looking forward to early autumn targets with the valuable colt. As the three-year-old half-brother to the Portelli-trained 2017 Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, Time To Reign carries a weight of expectation. He has fulfilled part… Read More »

  • Victorian trainers audit as part of welfare plan

    Racing Victoria is about to begin an audit of licensed trainers to ascertain the status of horses listed in their care. The audit is a part of RV’s Equine Welfare Strategic Plan which it hopes will improve the data standards and place the industry in the best possible position for… Read More »

  • Queensland trainers upset at altrenogest ruling

    Queensland trainers are disappointed integrity officers have refused to introduce a local rule to allow the use of the drug altrenogest which many believe is essential to preparing mares. Trainers have been asking for a local rule to supplement the national rule regarding the use of the drug which can… Read More »

  • More money for NSW BOBS scheme

    The breeder/owner bonus scheme in NSW is to be enhanced with Platinum and Gold categories worth $100,000 and $50,000 respectively to the winners of selected races. Racing NSW announced the changes to the BOBS scheme on Sunday to come into effect from January, 2020. The existing BOBS bonuses will be… Read More »

  • Fab’s Cowboy to break city drought

    Prolific country winner Fab’s Cowboy gets another chance to break his city duck when he contests the $105,000 Country Cups Championship final at Doomben. Fab’s Cowboy recently won his 35th race, eclipsing the modern day record for wins in Queensland held by 1980s country star, Sleep Walk, with 34. Passion… Read More »

  • Andrew Noblet set to make Ballarat new home

    The closure of Caulfield as a training centre is still four years away, but trainer Andrew Noblet has decided to pull up stumps early and move to Ballarat. Stables are being built on-course with Noblet hoping to be in the new Ballarat complex in March. “There was always talk about… Read More »

  • Doomben faces major water shortage

    The Brisbane Racing Club is facing a hefty bill to buy water for its Doomben track as the impact of the drought moves into the city. BRC chairman Neville Bell said Doomben had no water while Eagle Farm was running short with two to three weeks supply left. “We spent… Read More »

  • Regal Power wins Railway Stakes

    Leviathan owners Bob and Sandra Peters and star jockey William Pike have combined for yet another Group One win in Perth with Regal Power in the Railway Stakes at Ascot. Trained by Grant and Alana Williams, Regal Power ($10) started from the second-widest barrier and was well back rounding the… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly โ€“ November 23rd Edition

    Kembla Grange host their biggest race day, headlined by the inaugural edition of the Gong (1600m), while Ballarat hosted their Cup Day. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. Key News RIP Bill Waterhouse Bill Waterhouse, once regarded as the biggest… Read More »

  • Glen Boss banned, fined over Gong whip breaches

    Glen Boss has been handed a two-week ban and fined for excessive whip use on Star Of The Seas, third placegetter in the inaugural $1 million The Gong. Boss fronted before stewards after his ride in Saturday’s $1 million feature at Kembla Grange. The jockey, who missed the chance for… Read More »

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