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  • Emerald Kingdom takes the crown in Sunshine Coast Cup

    The $2.90-favourite Emerald Kingdom led and then toughed it out in final stages of the straight to score a well-deserved win in the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup. The Robert Heathcote trained son of Bryannbo’s Gift had earned his place at the top of the betting boards with eye catching runs… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – January 30th Edition

    A champion mare joined an all time great in winning another major, Enthaar put her cards on the table with a dazzling display while Savatiano returned with authority at Rosehill. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Group l… Read More »

  • Savatiano an easy winner of the Expressway Stakes

    The race morning scratching of Ole Kirk took some gloss off the Expressway Stakes but Savatiano made the most of his absence to dominate the Rosehill feature. Sent out a $2.10 favourite, Savatiano controlled the race from the outset and while Kolding briefly raised the hopes of his supporters when… Read More »

  • Long Arm stretches out for narrow win at Caulfield

    Heavyweight jockey Jordan Childs made the most of his opportunities at Caulfield with two rides for two wins. Childs took out the opening race on the Grahame Begg trained Vespertine and then had to wait six races before being successful on the Peter Gelagotis trained Long Arm. Childs has been… Read More »

  • Canterbury Stakes beckons for impressive Savatiano

    The moment Hughie Bowman stepped SAVATIANO (Street Cry)  she had the race won. It was the Gr 2 Expressway Stakes over 1200m and well, she brained them. Bowman was all smiles when he dismounted. “I feel like they just gifted me a race today with her,” he was talking about… Read More »

  • Team Hawkes gives Rosehill a Shaik

    Sydney’s wet weather denied punters the opportunity to see three of Hawkes Racing’s most exciting horses but the stable did not leave the Rosehill meeting empty handed. Golden Rose and Caulfield Guineas winner Ole Kirk was one of the favourites for Saturday’s Group Two Expressway Stakes but was scratched on… Read More »

  • Melody Belle equals Sunline’s G1 record

    Melody Belle has taken out the Thorndon Mile at Trentham and in doing so has equalled Sunline’s record of 13 Group One wins. Proud trainer Jamie Richards paid tribute to his grand-performing mare and said it was a privilege to see her join Sunline as New Zealand’s most prolific big… Read More »

  • Exciting future in Australia for import Great House

    Chris Waller had a slow start at Rosehill on Saturday but the champion trainer was back in the winner’s stall a race later with emerging import Great House, who boasts an incredible northern hemisphere pedigree. He has Allegretta – the dame of Arc winner Urban Sea who produced both Galileo… Read More »

  • Portland Sky leaves stars in his wake

    Mornington sprinter Portland Sky took centre stage when he relegated star colts Aysar and Tagaloa to the placing’s with his win in the Manfred Stakes. Portland Sky’s jockey Luke Currie took the lead from the outset and controlled the tempo before he kicked away early in the straight to win… Read More »

  • Zethus takes out thrilling Canonbury Stakes

    Rachel King admits she was second guessing herself when Zethus dived at favourite Home Affairs in a thrilling finish to the Canonbury Stakes at Rosehill. Less than 24 hours earlier, King had endured a series of near-misses when six of her seven rides at the Canterbury night meeting finished second,… Read More »

  • Enthaar tightens grip on G1 Blue Diamond Stakes

    Boom two-year-old filly Enthaar tightened her grip on favouritism on the forthcoming major two-year-old races when she glided around to win the Chairman’s Stakes at Caulfield. Enthaar was seemingly under a double grip for the entire race by jockey Mark Zahra yet still won by 2 1/4 lengths and recorded… Read More »

  • Mallory puts herself in Golden Slipper picture

    Gerald Ryan will defer to the training philosophies of the great Bart Cummings as he plots an autumn two-year-path for Widden Stakes winner Mallory. The Arrowfield Stud filly put herself in the frame for Golden Slipper discussions with a determined win in Saturday’s Group Three race, chasing down leader Total… Read More »

  • NSW Race Club facing possible legal action

    The Coast Community News has reported that the Wyong Race Club is facing possible legal action by community groups who reportedly will be claiming that the Wyong Race Club has breached its obligations with regard to the Wyong Showground Land. The report states that the showground land had a long… Read More »

  • Trevor Miller eyeing off another Sunshine Coast feature

    Trevor Miller is synonymous with the Sunshine Coast and he has set his sights on another feature race success on Saturday with track specialist Victory Eight. An eight-time winner at the circuit, Victory Eight has drawn perfectly in barrier two for the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup (1400m). Miller has won… Read More »

  • Mizzy fit as a fiddle for the Expressway Stakes

    On the comeback trail from injury, Mizzy will head to the Expressway Stakes considerably lighter than the last time she raced and trainer Anthony Cummings says that is a great sign. Having tipped the scales at around 530kg when she made her only appearance of 2020 with a disappointing performance… Read More »

  • Tokoriki Lad heads Gollan’s team in Sunshine Coast Cup

    Leading trainer Tony Gollan sends out two runners, Tokoriki Lad and Macewen, in the featured Sunshine Coast Cup at the Caloundra venue on Saturday with Tokoriki Lad easily the better fancied of the two at $7 with Macewan in double figures at $18. Jimmy Byrne, who rode Tokoriki Lad first-up… Read More »

  • Tom Dabernig hoping for a more mature Aysar

    Tom Dabernig will be keeping a nervous eye on his smart three-year-old Aysar from the moment he arrives at Caulfield on Saturday. Dabernig is hoping that Aysar’s coltish traits, which were on display last spring, are a seasonal occurrence and don’t affect the horse during the autumn. “He was a… Read More »

  • Chris Waller with a strong hand in Rosehill features

    Waller will have a strong hand in the feature races at Rosehill on Saturday with two-time Group One winner Kolding and Star Of The Seas both resuming in the Expressway Stakes (1200m). Star Thoroughbreds filly Divina was scratched from the meeting on Friday, leaving him without a runner in the… Read More »

  • Star stayer injured, out of Autumn

    Finche has been ruled out of the autumn carnival with a tendon injury, placing doubt over his immediate racing future. Trainer Chris Waller confirmed the seven-year-old had suffered a low grade leg issue following a jump out at Flemington on Thursday and would be spelled immediately. Waller said the injury… Read More »

  • Sir Dragonet on track for $5m All Star Mile

    Ciaron Maher was pleased with the easy trial victory by Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet at Geelong on Thursday. He said the most pleasing aspect was that Sir Dragonet had jumped well, which was something they had been working on as he was slowly away in his two Australian starts…. Read More »

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