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Horse Racing News

  • Albury Gold Cup 2017 day races given the all clear

    Albury’s Gold Cup meeting has been given the all clear to go ahead after stewards inspected the track this afternoon. Albury has been hit with rain all week but SDRA chief steward John Davidson has given the meeting the go ahead. The first race will jump at 1PM on Friday…. Read More »

     
  • Bowman eyes a third Vinery Stud Stakes win

    Leading jockey Hugh Bowman has a third Vinery Stud Stakes win in five years in his sights aboard the favourite Foxplay in the Group One feature for fillies at Rosehill. Bowman, who won the Vinery (2000m) on Norzita in 2013 and Lucia Valentina (2014), is upbeat about his chances of… Read More »

     
  • Sakhee to soldier on at Doomben

    Group One winner Sakhee’s Soldier has missed two barrier trials but is still expected to perform solidly on his return from an injury-enforced break at Doomben. Sakhee’s Soldier runs in Saturday’s Open Handicap (1350m), his first start since finishing 11th in the Group Two Hollindale Stakes at the Gold Coast… Read More »

     
  • William Reid Stakes: What you need to Know

    WILLIAM REID STAKES 1200m, $500,000, Group One weight-for-age at Moonee Valley HISTORY: * First run in 1925 when won by The Night Patrol who also won the following year. * Formerly known as the Australia Stakes, it reverted to its original name, the William Reid Stakes, in 2010. * Group… Read More »

     
  • Sheidel on target for G1 William Reid

    Sheidel already has an Oakleigh Plate win this campaign and her co-trainer Tom Dabernig believes she is in the right form to challenge for another Group One victory in the William Reid Stakes. “She seems to be absolutely flying,” Dabernig said. Sheidel ran in the Oakleigh Plate first-up at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Toby Edmonds near milestone

    Jeff Lloyd has snared the publicity as he zeros in on a jockeys’ premiership record but his biggest supporter, trainer Toby Edmonds, is also close to a milestone. Lloyd needs one winner at Doomben on Saturday to equal Chris Munce’s record of 103 winners in a Brisbane metropolitan jockeys premiership…. Read More »

     
  • Kembla Grange meeting moved to Goulburn

    The forecast for further rain has prompted the transfer of the Kembla Grange race meeting to Goulburn. Thursday’s program features a heat of the Provincial Championship but Kembla is already rated heavy with more rain predicted around midday. Goulburn has a soft rating and a more favourable forecast. The first… Read More »

     
  • Mullins targets Melbourne Cup with Penhill

    Champion Irish jumps trainer Willie Mullins is potentially lining up Penhill for the 2017 Melbourne Cup following his success at the Cheltenham Festival last week. The gelding was one of half-a-dozen winners saddled by Mullins in the four-day meeting after claiming the 4800-metre Albert Bartlett Hurdle last Friday. Mullins has… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd one shy of Brisbane record

    Jeff Lloyd has moved within one win of Chris Munce’s Brisbane jockeys’ premiership record with a double at Doomben. Lloyd will front an appeal body in Sydney on Friday as he fights a six-meeting suspension from his ride on beaten favourite Houtzen in the Golden Slipper last Saturday. On Wednesday… Read More »

     
  • Double brings up milestone for Mertens

    Leading Melbourne apprentice Beau Mertens has reached another milestone in his burgeoning career, bringing up his 50th metropolitan winner at Sandown. Mertens’ win on the Robbie Griffiths-trained Single Note was his 40th city win this season and as his 50th overall, his claim will be reduced form 2kg to 1.5kg…. Read More »

     
  • Jameka after another feature 2400m win

    The big wet in Sydney is Hugh Bowman’s concern with Jameka going into the Group One BMW but the leading jockey has no doubts about the Caulfield Cup-winning mare’s class. Bowman rode Jameka for the first time in the Group One Australian Cup earlier this month when the four-year-old was… Read More »

     
  • Thunderstorm swamps Warwick Farm races

    A thunderstorm has curtailed the midweek race meeting at Warwick Farm. The sixth race of nine on Wednesday’s card – a benchmark handicap over 1000m – took place against a backdrop of thunder and lightning and then rain intensified, forcing officials to initially delay the program. With lightning still apparent… Read More »

     
  • Greg Miles’ successor announced

    Matt Hill has been appointed Melbourne’s premier race caller to replace the retiring Greg Miles. Hill, 36, has an extensive background in sports broadcasting including several years as the chief Sydney race caller for Sky Racing and has called races in the UK, Dubai, Japan, Ireland, Mauritius, Czech Republic, France, Sweden and… Read More »

     
  • It’s Somewhat ticking over for Doncaster

    Doncaster Mile-bound It’s Somewhat has continued his preparations for the $3 million race with a solo gallop between races at Warwick Farm. The John O’Shea-trained gelding won the Group Two Ajax Stakes (1500m) first-up on March 11 and and is scheduled to run next in Saturday week’s Group One Doncaster… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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