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  • Vega regains some old Magic in Perth

    Vega Magic, rated among the upper echelon of Australia’s best sprinters in his prime, has emerged from racing’s wilderness to win for the first time in almost two years. A rising eight-year-old and back under the watchful eye of his first trainer Sean Casey, Vega Magic rallied to recapture some… Read More »

  • Jenny Duggan recovering from horrific fall

    Jockey Jenny Duggan has suffered multiple fractures after she was one of two riders involved in a serious race fall that marred the Scone Cup meeting. Latest scans have confirmed Duggan has wrist and shoulder fractures. The popular jockey had already been diagnosed with a small fracture to the base… Read More »

  • Tulloch Lodge with a select Queensland team

    Opportunities to parlay autumn carnival success into the Brisbane winter will be limited for Tulloch Lodge this year but they still plan to have a presence, led by dual Guineas winner Dawn Passage. Training partners Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott enjoyed a Sydney carnival to remember, the highlight their Golden… Read More »

  • Hanseatic to stay on a sprint path in spring

    Sprint races will be the likely targets for impressive colt Hanseatic as a spring three-year-old. The Anthony Freedman-trained, Godolphin-owned two-year-old made a big impressive during his juvenile season when winning the Merson Cooper Stakes, Blue Diamond Preview and Blue Diamond Prelude in his first three starts. But a Group One… Read More »

  • Georgina Cartwright looking forward to returning to Victoria

    Apprentice Georgina Cartwright is looking forward to her return to Victoria where she expects to increase her workload. Cartwright has spent the past six weeks riding in Adelaide, basing herself in the South Australian capital for the May carnival. The coronavirus pandemic and associated restrictions forced Cartwright to spend two… Read More »

  • Queensland media negotiations are still ongoing

    The media rights for racing in Queensland have yet to be finalised despite the Brisbane Racing Club re-signing with Sky Channel. The media rights deal was expected to be finalised by the end of last month with Sky,, Channel 7 and Channel 10 all interested in broadcasting Queensland meetings…. Read More »

  • Super Titus starting to live up to lofty expectations

    Former UK galloper Super Titus is starting to provide a glimpse of why lofty expectations have been placed upon him, landing his second Australian victory at Flemington. Super Titus appreciated a distance rise to 2000m on Saturday, winning the Lexus Trophy to provide Lindsay Park with a treble and jockey… Read More »

  • Trekking runs down Gytrash in G1 The Goodwood

    John Allen’s decision to head to Adelaide for this year’s carnival has reaped another big reward with the jockey claiming his second Group One win in as many weeks, this time on Trekking in The Goodwood. Morphettville has been a happy hunting ground for the Victorian-based Irish jockey in recent… Read More »

  • Dirty Work completes hat-trick in Ortensia Stakes

    One of Sydney’s most improved sprinters has salvaged a consolation win for Hawkes Racing after the Rosehill scratching of a high-profile stablemate. Dirty Work arrived as a bona fide black-type horse in winning the Listed Ortensia Stakes, an 1100m scamper that was the last of 17 races run as part… Read More »

  • Lucy repays trainer with biggest win

    Tough mare Love You Lucy was in the bad books earlier this week but she repaid veteran trainer Barry Squair by delivering his biggest win in the Listed Silk Stocking at the Gold Coast. For three decades Squair was the leading rider on the Darling Downs and also had plenty… Read More »

  • Tough-as-nails mare Irithea wins Dark Jewel Classic

    Trainer Bjorn Baker has long coveted a win in the Dark Jewel Classic and he has finally got it with tough-as-nails mare Irithea. The race took a different shape this year, moved from its traditional Scone venue to Rosehill due to COVID-19 protocol restrictions but was no less thrilling. Dominated… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – May 16th Edition

    A significant suspension for an apprentice in WA, Trekking gets another big race and a Stradbroke contender emerged at Rosehill. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Apprentice Suspended In WA WA based apprentice Chris Graham was earlier this… Read More »

  • Hightail shortens for the Stradbroke Handicap

    Sydney gelding Hightail finally had things go his way in a Gold Coast feature race and was rewarded with a Group Three win. Hightail ($3.60) was given the run of the race by jockey Ryan Maloney before he wore down the unlucky The Odyssey ($7.50) on the line in the… Read More »

  • Fituese continues her rise through the grades

    Promising filly Fituese has continued a rise through the grades to claim her first stakes win in dominant fashion at Rosehill. The three-year-old could now be in line for a Queensland campaign after taking out Saturday’s Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes (1100m) against her own age and sex. Well-supported to start… Read More »

  • Oceanex races into the 2020 Melbourne Cup

    Oceanex has upset a betting plunge on favourite King Of Leogrance to book a place in the Melbourne Cup with victory in The Andrew Ramsden at Flemington. Success in Saturday’s 2800m race affords Oceanex a ballot exemption into the Melbourne Cup in November. Market 💰: View the Odds for the Melbourne… Read More »

  • Ranier headed to the Stradbroke Handicap

    James Cummings does not expect Ranier to follow the Everest path of his past two Luskin Star Stakes winner but he does believe he has an ideal Strabroke Handicap horse. Godolphin claimed the race for the third year in succession when Ranier joined Trekking and Osborne Bulls on the honour… Read More »

  • Watch: Wisdom Of Water wins with absolute ease

    The ever-expanding Aquis Farm operation got a quick return on an investment in top two-year-old Wisdom Of Water when the colt scored an easy win at the Gold Coast. A clear-cut favourite, Wisdom Of Water ($1.35) confirmed his rating as a leading chance in next month’s JJ Atkins when he… Read More »

  • Prezado goes back-to-back at Flemington

    Prezado has continued his liking for the Flemington straight course with a late surge to record a second successive win at the track. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained sprinter added Saturday’s 1000m Furphy Dash to a victory over the same course and distance on Anzac Day. Saturday’s victory was… Read More »

  • Dawn Passage new favourite for G1 Stradbroke Handicap

    Sydney three-year-old Dawn Passage has moved to equal favourite for the Group One Stradbroke Handicap after accounting for a small field in the $200,000 Inglis 3YO Guineas at Rosehill. Saturday’s 1400m race lost some of its appeal when boom three-year-old gelding Masked Crusader, who had been the short-priced favourite, was… Read More »

  • Macroura adds Listed win to perfect record

    Unbeaten filly Macroura might yet earn a Group One shot during the Brisbane winter carnival despite the challenges presented by coronavirus restrictions. The youngster made it three wins from as many starts with an impressive victory in the Listed Woodlands Stakes (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday. The sprint race is… Read More »

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