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Horse Racing News

  • Lloyd and Edmonds on successful road

    Much-travelled Binalong Road is poised to win his first race for Toby Edmonds at Eagle Farm and continue the trainer’s outstanding run with jockey Jeff Lloyd. Lloyd and Edmonds lived up to their new nickname of the “dynamic duo” when they got their 41st winner for the season with I… Read More »

     
  • Australian horses on Royal Ascot radar

    English racing administrator Nick Smith has made his annual trip to Melbourne to look at prospective contenders for the Royal meeting at Ascot. Saturday’s Lightning Stakes at Flemington marks the start of the 10-race Global Sprint Challenge and Smith has already set his sights on Flying Artie and Spieth as… Read More »

     
  • Darmanin with chance at first G1 win

    A Group Two win during the Melbourne spring carnival on Illustrious Lad has been Anthony Darmanin’s biggest success in the saddle. The pair will be out to better that on Saturday when jockey and horse both chase their first Group One win in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Darmanin has… Read More »

     
  • Michael Freedman to train in Hong Kong

    Sydney trainer Michael Freedman will join the Hong Kong training ranks later this year. Freedman spent eight successful years in Singapore and returned to Australia early last year. During his time in Singapore, Freedman trained many Group One winners including dual Horse of the Year Super Easy. Included among his… Read More »

     
  • Comin’ Through ready for next step

    There are inevitable comparisons between Comin’ Through and his elder sibling Criterion but apart from ability, their early career paths could not be more different. Criterion was up and running as a two-year-old, claiming two stakes races and running in the Golden Slipper and Champagne Stakes. Comin’ Through didn’t race… Read More »

     
  • Andrew Mallyon gets Group race ride for Godolphin

    Six mornings a week you will find Andrew Mallyon riding work for the powerful Godolphin operation at Flemington. At the same track on Saturday he rides Malaise for Godolphin in the Group Three CS Hayes Stakes and is looking to make the most of the opportunity. “I ride the horse… Read More »

     
  • Flying Artie in top shape for Lightning

    As far as preparations go leading into a Group One race, trainer Mick Price could not be more pleased with Flying Artie. The three-year-old is the $4 favourite for Saturday’s Lightning Stakes (1000m) at Flemington and Price says the colt goes to the race in perfect order. Price also believes… Read More »

     
  • Manners key for Time Awaits at Flemington

    Tony McEvoy is hoping improved racing manners can give Time Awaits an important stakes race win at Flemington. And if the filly proves up to the task in Saturday’s Talindert Stakes she may then back up in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield a week later. Time Awaits… Read More »

     
  • Moreira given all clear for Diamond ride

    Champion jockey Joao Moriera has been given the green light by Hong Kong officials to ride Property in the 2017 Blue Diamond Stakes in Melbourne. Property, who is raced in Hong Kong interests, has won the Blue Diamond Preview and Prelude for colts and geldings. He needs to be a… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua a late nomination for Doncaster Mile

    The connections of the worlds best sprinter Chautauqua have made a late nomination for the upcoming Doncaster Mile. Trainer John Hawkes hasn’t ruled out running the 5x Group 1 winner in the $3million dollar race on the first day of The Championships on April 1. “The TJ is still in the… Read More »

     
  • Weight no worry for Paradis Imperial

    Rockhampton trainer Tony McMahon believes a big weight is the least of the problems for unbeaten filly Paradis Imperial at Eagle Farm as she chases her sixth win. Paradis Imperial faces her biggest challenge yet in the Coca Cola Two-Year-Old (1000m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. McMahon had entered Paradis… Read More »

     
  • Adelaide Cup mission for Bagot Handicap winner

    Next month’s Adelaide Cup is in the sights of trainer Stuart Webb with Bagot Handicap winner Annus Mirabilis who makes his return at Flemington. The six-year-old gelding won over 2400m at Sandown on December 24 before adding the Listed Bagot (2800m) on January 1 at Flemington to bring the Adelaide… Read More »

     
  • Harlow Gold bigger and stronger for autumn

    David Hayes believes all the signs suggest VRC Oaks runner-up Harlow Gold is in for a big autumn. That will be put to the test for the first time when the filly resumes in Saturday’s Group Three The Vanity (1400m) at Flemington on a path towards the ATC Australian Oaks… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Rod Hurley eyeing city success

    Rod Hurley has worked for some of Australia’s biggest racing names in recent years but is keen to make his mark as a trainer in his own right, starting with Hudson County at Eagle Farm.. Hurley, who returned to training six weeks ago, had his first metropolitan runner when Hudson… Read More »