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Horse Racing News

  • Caulfield return from injury for Berisha

    One-time Caulfield Cup hope Berisha begins his spring campaign in a sprint race at Caulfield following an injury-enforced lay-off. Berisha was assured a start in last year’s Caulfield Cup courtesy of his win in the Mornington Cup. He was progressing nicely towards the race, finishing third behind Cup winner Jameka… Read More »

     
  • Kelly Schweida wary on trio’s chances

    Trainer Kelly Schweida is having his best start to a racing season but he isn’t counting on three of his veterans adding to his win total at Doomben. Schweida has had seven winners since the new season started on August 1 at a win percentage of about 35 per cent…. Read More »

     
  • Omei Sword on trial for The Everest

    While the public focus will be on Winx at Randwick, trainer Chris Waller has a host of other horses kicking off spring campaigns including the talented Omei Sword. Touted as a potential Group One winner when she ran second in the 2016 Golden Rose, Omei Sword missed her chance in… Read More »

     
  • Francisca to continue success story

    Talented filly Francisca is set to write another successful chapter in one of Queensland racing’s most successful owner-trainer stories. Francisca, who cost $37,500, has won her past two starts at provincial tracks and gets her biggest test in Saturday’s Three-Year-Old Handicap (1350m) at Doomben. She is trained by Steve O’Dea… Read More »

     
  • Star jockey appeals severity of ban

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver is appealing the severity of a 14-meeting suspension incurred at Sandown. Oliver fronts the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday to have his appeal heard. He pleaded guilty to a careless riding charge aboard Redcore in the opening race at Sandown on Wednesday which resulted… Read More »

     
  • Winx champion NSW horse of the year

    Winx and the team behind the champion mare have swept the awards conducted by the NSW Racehorse Owners Association and Racing NSW. As expected by her deeds during the season, Winx was awarded the highest honour as Horse of the Year and picked up the miler and middle distance trophies…. Read More »

     
  • Wells aiming for third GN Steeplechase win

    With two feature jumps wins already this season, 10-year-old gelding Wells heads to Ballarat striving to win a third Grand National Steeplechase. The $350,000 Grand National Steeple (4500m) headlines a six-race jumps program on Sunday and the Kathryn Durden-trained Wells will attempt to join Bashboy as the only three-time winners… Read More »

     
  • Former Godolphin director fined over strangles

    Ex-Godolphin trainer John O’Shea will face a penalty hearing after being found guilty of giving false evidence in an investigation into a case of strangles in the stable and also not reporting it to stewards. Former Godolphin Australia managing director Henry Plumptre was also found guilty of not reporting a… Read More »

     
  • Weir with strong hand in PB Lawrence Stakes

    There is an array of equine talent among trainer Darren Weir’s team and a host of the stable’s spring contenders will step out in the PB Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield. Weir has six entries for Saturday’s 1400m race headlined by Black Heart Bart along with well-performed import Tosen Stardom, Australian… Read More »

     
  • Ubet’s revenue and turnover drop

    Wet weather has been blamed for a fall in wagering giant UBET’s turnover and revenue for the past financial year. The Tatts Group, of which UBET is the wagering arm, released its annual report to shareholders on Thursday. Tatts’ managing director and chief executive Robbie Cooke said UBET’s turnover had… Read More »

     
  • Winx duel a stepping stone to the Epsom

    While Winx is in a different league compared to her Warwick Stakes rival Ecuador, the durable gelding needs to start his campaign somewhere and the Warwick Stakes at Randwick fits into his program. Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott had no hesitation earmarking Saturday’s Group Two 1400m-feature as the ideal opportunity… Read More »

     
  • ATC to attract punters with cheap beer

    Royal Randwick will be a hive of activity on Saturday with champion mare Winx the main attraction as she looks to win her 18th consecutive race in the Warwick Stakes. But it’s off the track where punters could have the biggest win with the Australian Turf Club cutting the cost… Read More »

     
  • Jukebox on song for Caulfield return

    Undefeated in two starts as a juvenile, high quality colt Jukebox is set for his racetrack return at Caulfield. The Ciaron Maher-trained three-year-old contests Saturday’s Group Three Vain Stakes for which he is the $3.20 favourite with Ladbrokes.com.au. Jukebox had his two-year-old season curtailed by a foot issue and was… Read More »

     
  • NZ’s best horses set to step out on Friday

    Some of New Zealand’s best horses will be on show before racing gets underway at Taupo. Bonneval, Gingernuts and Jon Snow, all Group One winners during the Sydney autumn carnival, will be among those contesting Friday’s two 1100m-heats ahead of spring assignments on both sides of the Tasman. Trainer Stephen… Read More »