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  • Former NT galloper blitzes rivals to win G3 DC McKay Stakes

    SAVATOXL (Kuroshio – Li’l Miss Hayley) jumped on the bunny and just kept going, defying all comers and putting a big margin in them in the end when he scored in the $127,000 Gr 3 DC McKay Stakes over 1100m at Morphettville. Beautifully ridden by Barend Vorster for Team mCEvoy… Read More »

     
  • Blaike McDougall takes charge at Sandown

    Southern NSW-based jockey Blaike McDougall made one of his rare trips to Melbourne to land his first metropolitan winner of the season aboard Qeyaady at Sandown. McDougall does a lot of riding for the Lindsay Park operation of Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes in the north-east of Victoria and over the border in… Read More »

     
  • Alison set to chase Hawkesbury Crown and Silk Stocking

    A Listed victory over subsequent Coolmore Classic winner Krone is not a bad career highlight, so it is little surprise Alison Of Tuffy is following the same pattern that led to that win. The mare relegated Krone to third in the Just Now Quality at Eagle Farm in December, eight… Read More »

     
  • Ellsberg team have Bean here before in Hawkesbury Guineas

    There will be a sense of déjà vu for Ellsberg’s trainer and jockey when he lines up in the Hawkesbury Guineas. Five years after combining to clinch the Hawkesbury Guineas with Spill The Beans, jockey Tim Clark and trainer Gerald Ryan will attempt to repeat the feat with a son… Read More »

     
  • Ryan Balfour hoping for home ground advantage in TAB Classic

    Adelaide trainer Ryan Balfour says victory in the TAB Classic on his home track at Morphettville would be extra special as his father trained the mare’s dam. When Ryan Balfour walked into Morphettville for the barrier draw ahead of the TAB Classic, he wanted somewhere between six and eight for… Read More »

     
  • Big guns ruled out of winter carnival

    Trainer Chris Waller has confirmed two of his stable stars will miss the carnival in Queensland. Star sprinter Nature Strip and multiple Group 1 winner Kolding will both be spelled, ruling them out of the winter carnival races in Queensland. Trainer Chris Waller had been weighing up potential Brisbane targets… Read More »

     
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  • Heat is on Brooklyn at Sandown

    An off-season sprint at Sandown may be the race for Brooklyn Heat to gain a maiden city success. As Brooklyn Hustle battles for a maiden Group 1 win at Morphettville, her younger half-sister Brooklyn Heat will chase a maiden city win at Sandown. Brooklyn Heat runs in the Ladbrokes Easy… Read More »

     
  • Royal Celebration to handle quick back-up in Hawkesbury Cup

    Ron Quinton will head into unchartered waters with luckless gelding Royal Celebration, who will be on a seven-day back-up for the first time in the Hawkesbury Gold Cup. Early punters are confident he will handle it, backing him from an opening quote of $4.60 to $2.90 favouritism by Friday. Quinton… Read More »

     
  • Jarrod Austin’s sprinter hoping to strike Gold

    Trainer Jarrod Austin identified the Hawkesbury XXXX Gold Rush as a target race for his handy sprinter Inanup several months ago and he has the gelding primed for a bold first-up showing. Inanup has a strong fresh record with three wins from seven attempts and Austin has given the lightly-raced… Read More »

     
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  • Hall Of Fame trainer to set-up stables at the Gold Coast

    Hall Of Fame trainer Lee Freedman, who has 120 plus Group 1’s to his credit, was one of the special guests at the launch of the Queensland Winter Racing Carnival on Thursday. The multi-Premiership winning trainer is set to become a regular on the racing scene in South East Queensland… Read More »

     
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  • John O’Shea predicts big future for improving stayer

    Improving stayer Kirwan’s Lane resumes at Hawkesbury ahead of a feature race bid. Some strong form references over the summer have John O’Shea excited about the future for up-and-coming stayer Kirwan’s Lane. The four-year-old kicks off his latest campaign in the Blakes Marine Benchmark 78 Handicap (1500m) at Hawkesbury on… Read More »

     
  • Talented sprinter retired prematurely

    Talented sprinter Alfa Oro has been retired prematurely due to ongoing injury issues. The Matt Laurie-trained gelding won six of his first eight starts including five on end but failed to continue his good form this preparation having been  disappointing in his two starts where he jumped as favourite. “With… Read More »

     
  • Brock Lewthwaite to Maintain Image

    It’s the one race that still rankles trainer Brock Lewthwaite: Image Keeper finishing eighth on debut at Mount Barker last November. Brock Lewthwaite’s plans for a winning start was abruptly stopped in its tracks when the son of Scandal Keeper copped interference inside the last 100m. However; since that inauspicious… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup quality could be hit by new Melbourne Cup rules

    The MRC is confident that the impact of the International Injury Review’s recommendations that were adopted will have minimal affect on the international participation in its Caulfield Cup although the length between the two races must pose some concern. MRC Executive Director Jake Norton, said his club was supportive of… Read More »

     
  • Lee and Cherie Curtis’ filly laying foundations for the future

    Trainers Lee and Cherie Curtis have high hopes for sparingly raced filly Achira, who represents the stable at Hawkesbury. Trainer Lee Curtis doesn’t have the firepower of the major stables, but he invariably finds himself a good horse. He and wife Cherie, who is also his training partner, are hoping… Read More »

     
  • Emerald Kingdom to launch Stradbroke Handicap campaign

    Emerald Kingdom is at juicy odds to beat Trekking and co in Saturday’s Group 2 Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm, but trainer Rob Heathcote knows a forward showing will set the gelding up nicely for a tilt at bigger riches during the Carnival. Emerald Kingdom is a six-year-old, but only… Read More »

     
  • Tyche Goddess the forgotten horse in the Australasian Oaks

    Tyche Goddess will chase a second feature Adelaide three-year-old fillies race when she runs in the Group 1 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville. Tyche Goddess got under the guard of punters with her Australasian Oaks lead-up victory and Trent Busuttin believes she is a forgotten filly in the Group 1 contest… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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