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  • Victorian trainer guilty of punching horse

    A Seymour trainer has been found guilty of punching a horse numerous times to the head on the side of the Western Ring Road late last year. Trainer Michael Quadara was found guilty of misconduct for striking a horse in his care numerous times whilst pulled over the the side… Read More »

     
  • Le Romain on track to snap losing streak

    Kris Lees has run the rule over Le Romain’s rivals for the All Aged Stakes and has no doubt the triple Group One winner faces a tougher task this autumn. But Newcastle’s leading trainer believes Le Romain is also better equipped to improve on last year’s second to Tivaci with… Read More »

     
  • Winx to enjoy well-earned rest

    Champion Winx has headed for some well-earned paddock rest following her second victory in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The mare had three runs during the autumn for three Group One wins to take her tally to 18, a recognised world record. She also stretched her winning streak to 25 in… Read More »

     
  • Corey Brown plans smooth run on Irukandji

    Corey Brown hopes a faster tempo will help Irukandji back up stallion Dundeel’s first stakes win with a maiden Group One victory in the Champagne Stakes. The dual Melbourne Cup-winning jockey got Irukandji home the hard way in the Group Three Schweppervescence (1400m) at Rosehill last month after the precocious… Read More »

     
  • Charlie Boy back for another winter

    Rejuvenated veteran Charlie Boy can earn himself another chance at the winter carnival when he resumes at Doomben. Charlie Boy was a regular in the winter carnival when trained in Sydney by Peter and Paul Snowden. His six carnival starts for the Snowdens in 2015 and 2016 yielded a win… Read More »

     
  • Clarry Conners has high hopes for Bolero King

    Trrainer Clarry Conners is dreaming big with Bolero King, with the Stradbroke Handicap heading his wish list for the lightly raced gelding. The five-year-old, who has overcome a tendon issue, can take a step towards Queensland with an authoritative run in the Group Three Hall Mark Stakes (1200m) at Randwick…. Read More »

     
  • Gelded Calderon makes return at Caulfield

    Trainer Tony McEvoy is hoping a gelding operation will transform Calderon into the horse he bought with a Cox Plate in mind. Formerly trained by Richard Hannon in England, Calderon also needed a name change from Steel Of Madrid because there was already a horse called the same in Australia…. Read More »

     
  • Caricature on trial for Adelaide campaign

    New Zealand trainer Tony Pike has pencilled in an Adelaide campaign for Caricature depending on how she performs in a Listed race at Riccarton. The filly finished fourth in the New Zealand Oaks won by Savvy Coup who was a creditable fifth in last Saturday’s Australian Oaks at Randwick. Caricature… Read More »

     
  • Jeff Lloyd announces retirement

    Champion jockey Jeff Lloyd has confirmed the 2018 Brisbane winter carnival will be his last. Lloyd was a special guest at the carnival launch in Brisbane on Friday morning and confirmed his plans to retire later this year. He won last season’s Brisbane metropolitan and Queensland jockey titles and is… Read More »

     
  • New CEO for Racing Qld

    A former Tatts Group executive is the new CEO of Racing Queensland. Brendan Parnell will fill the position left vacant when former CEO Eliot Forbes resigned last month. Mr Parnell has a number of immediate challenges, notably the state of the track at Eagle Farm which has been closed for… Read More »

     
  • Brendan Parnell new RQ chief

    Former Sky Channel and Tatts Group executive Brendan Parnell has been appointed as the new chief executive of Racing Queensland. He replaces Eliot Forbes who resigned last month amid speculation he had fallen out with several industry figures over the delays with remedial work at Eagle Farm racecourse. Parnell is… Read More »

     
  • Aqua Vite ready for first stakes win

    Few would begrudge popular comeback horse Aqua Vite a win at his first attempt at stakes company at Doomben. Aqua Vite has proved one of the most consistent horses in Queensland with an overall record of 19 starts for six wins and nine minor placings. From his past 11 starts… Read More »

     
  • Craig Williams and Property reunite at Caulfield

    Jockey Craig Williams is looking forward to being reunited with Property when he makes his racing return in the Listed Bel Esprit Stakes at Caulfield. The gelding was heading to Adelaide for the Redelva Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday before a change of heart. Williams partnered Property during his successful… Read More »

     
  • Pennino to boost Tiffani Brooker’s career

    Tiffani Brooker can get a boost to her senior riding career when she is reunited with promising two-year-old Pennino at Doomben. Brooker won last season’s metropolitan apprentices title and was again leading when she completed her time at the end of January. Her senior career stalled when she was knocked… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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