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  • Williams makes call for Cup emergencies

    Six-time Melbourne Cup-winning owner Lloyd Williams has thrown his support behind declaring emergency acceptors for the Melbourne Cup. The call for emergencies came up again after Who Shot Thebarman was withdrawn two days out from Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup, leaving a field of 23 to run. Victoria Racing Club chairman Amanda… Read More »

     
  • SA jockey caught punching horse

    A South Australian jockey has come under fire after he was caught on video punching his mount in the stomach before a race at Port Lincoln today. Dylan Caboche was on board the Allan Jarvis-trained She’s Reneldasgirl when she became fractious at the barriers in which the young jockey jumps… Read More »

     
  • Gai Waterhouse after first VRC Oaks win

    Pinot will be striving to deliver champion trainer Gai Waterhouse a sought-after VRC Oaks at Flemington. The blue blood filly by the Waterhouse-trained former champion juvenile Pierro out of an Australian Oaks winner Dizelle, is the $6.50 second favourite for Thursday’s $1 million Oaks at Flemington with Aloisia at $1.60…. Read More »

     
  • The Everest set to be worth $15 Million

    The world’s richest race on turf will be even richer with $3 million to be added to the prize pool for the second edition. Prize money for the 1200m-sprint at Randwick in October 2018 will be $13 million, an $3 million increase on this year’s inaugural race. The Australian Turf… Read More »

     
  • Williams already planning seventh Cup win

    After winning a sixth Melbourne Cup, owner Lloyd Williams says planning for a seventh has already began. Rekindling gave Williams his sixth win in Australia’s most famous race when he defeated another of the owner’s horses, Johannes Vermeer, at Flemington on Tuesday. Williams first won the Cup in 1981 with… Read More »

     
  • Cantbuybetter likely to stay home

    Talented gelding Cantbuybetter will need to produce an exceptional run at Doomben to warrant at trip to Western Australia for the Group One Railway Stakes. Cantbuybetter was an eye-catching first-up second over 1200m in fast time last Saturday week and will step up to a more suitable 1350m in an… Read More »

     
  • Trainer pepper sprayed by police at Flemington

    Prominent horse trainer Saab Hasan has claimed he was pepper sprayed by police and denied entry into his Flemington stables on Melbourne Cup day. Hasan had trained a winner at Wangaratta earlier that day and was returning the runner to the stables when he claims police tried to deny him… Read More »

     
  • Queensland prize money boost promised

    Queensland’s prize money levels will rise with a move for the government to fully fund all country non-TAB meetings. The Labor government has made an election promise to allocate $17.5 million per year for the next four years to fund country racing. Racing Queensland welcomed the election commitment which would… Read More »

     
  • Women charged over Melbourne Cup protest

    A woman has been charged with conduct endangering serious injury after a car was driven onto train tracks and had its tyres deflated at the Melbourne Cup. The Ford Laser was driven across tracks at Ascot Vale on Tuesday as a protest about refugees on Manus Island, causing train delays… Read More »

     
  • Rekindling wins the 2017 Melbourne Cup

    Joseph O’Brien has beaten his famous father to Melbourne Cup glory, training Rekindling to win Australia’s greatest race. In a father-and-son finish the younger O’Brien’s Rekindling overhauled Johannes Vermeer, trained by his dad Aidan O’Brien, in the closing stages. Max Dynamite completed an Irish trifecta in taking the minor placing…. Read More »

     
  • Joseph O’Brien born to be a horse trainer

    As the son of the world’s most prolific trainer, Joseph O’Brien has always expected he would follow his father Aidan. On Tuesday, the 24-year-old Irishman did something his father has not, winning the Melbourne Cup with Rekindling for retired Australian businessman Lloyd Williams. And while he was born to train… Read More »

     
  • Dee guides Pedrena to Cup day stakes win

    Michael Dee’s first Melbourne Cup ride didn’t go as well as he hoped but the young jockey has still continued his fine spring carnival with a Group race win on the day. Dee got the opportunity to ride Gallante in Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup but last year’s Sydney Cup winner, who… Read More »

     
  • Williams has luck of the Irish in Melb Cup

    It was the Melbourne Cup when Lloyd Williams had the luck of the Irish. The enduring owner was at the end of the rainbow collecting the pot of gold once again with his sixth Cup victory, and this time it was a quinella. Rekindling, ridden by Corey Brown, was a… Read More »

     
  • Regal Monarch sadly can’t be saved

    Regal Monarch has unfortunately lost a fight for his life after suffering from a fall during race 4 at Flemington on Melbourne Cup day. Racing Victoria’s general manager of veterinary services, Grace Forbes, said the Chris Waller-trained Regal Monarch walked onto the transport truck. “Regal Monarch was immediately attended to… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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