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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Higgins guides Nautical to Listed victory

    Having ridden Nautical in most of her fast trackwork and barrier trials, jockey Brian Higgins finally got his chance to ride the mare in race at Flemington. And he made it count. Higgins steered Nautical to victory in the Listed Straight Six, bringing up a milestone first Saturday city winner… Read More »

     
  • Weir wins another 3200m Flemington race

    Success over the Melbourne Cup course has whetted the appetite of apprentice Harry Coffey. Riding the Darren Weir-trained Glorious Sinndar, Coffey landed the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington (3200m) on Saturday. Coffey hopes to be back at Flemington in six months time to partner another Weir-trained runner Signoff in… Read More »

     
  • Milestone for Rory Hutchings at Rosehill

    It’s been tough going at times, but apprentice Rory Hutchings has been rewarded for his hard work with a milestone day at Rosehill. Hutchings claimed a double on Saturday to outride his claim and tighten his vice-like grip on the Sydney apprentices’ title. The three junior premierships he won in… Read More »

     
  • Pindan a Pearl for Tim Martin at Rosehill

    Anyone wanting to buy Pindan Pearl at the upcoming broodmare sale will be disappointed if Tim Martin has his way. At her first start for the Rosehill trainer, the five-year-old claimed a decisive win on Saturday on her new home track in the Cecil Godby Handicap (1400m). Originally trained by… Read More »

     
  • Our Ivanhowe wins the Group 1 Doomben Cup

    Lee and Anthony Freedman have trained their second Brisbane Group One winner in the space of seven days with Our Ivanhowe claiming the Doomben Cup. Giving the Freedman stable its fifth win in the 2000m weight-for-age race, Our Ivanhowe came with a late run for jockey Kerrin McEvoy to post… Read More »

     
  • Kebede outstays rivals in Gr 2 The Roses

    Kebede is poised to be trainer Matthew Dunn’s first Queensland Oaks runner after her win in The Roses at Doomben. Dunn’s long-term plan to target the Oaks with Kebede is nearly complete after the filly scored by a half neck from the $101 rank outsider Sebring Sally on Saturday. “She’s… Read More »

     
  • Loyalty Man suited in drop back to mile

    A decision to drop Loyalty Man back in distance to 1600m has proven a winning move. The Mike Moroney-trained Loyalty Man raced to a hard-fought win in Saturday’s Les Carlyon AC Handicap at Flemington, a performance which could have earned him a shot at next month’s Group Two Queensland Guineas… Read More »

     
  • Cahill bounces back from fall at Doomben

    Concussed one week, winning black-type races the next. That was the roller-caster week Michael Cahill experienced when winning on Palazzo Pubblico in the Bright Shadow Handicap at Doomben on Saturday. Seven days earlier, Cahill suffered concussion when he took a tumble from Artlee shortly after passing the winning post in… Read More »

     
  • Stradbroke Handicap not an option for Snippets Land

    Consistent Sydney gelding Snippets Land is likely to miss next month’s Stradbroke Handicap despite storming home to an upset win at Doomben. Snippets Land ($14) produced a run against the early bias of the day when he caught plunge horse Religify ($3.80) on the line to win by a half… Read More »

     
  • Correspondent, Panya post a metro victory

    Correspondent’s first win for Grahame Payne will also be the last with the three-year-old to do his future racing in Perth. The gelding’s win in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill was also a first Saturday metropolitan win for apprentice Deanne Panya who took him to the front and controlled the… Read More »

     
  • Archives makes up for unlucky Sydney debut

    The powerful Godolphin stable is making spring carnival plans for Archives as the two-year-old gave former multiple Group One winner Helmet his first stakes win as a sire. Archives ($3.80) atoned for an unlucky run when third at his only previous start in Sydney when he beat Jericho ($4.60) by… Read More »

     
  • Qld under consideration for Turnitaround

    Various races are on the table for Turnitaround after the Warrnambool-trained galloper completed a winning hat-trick at Flemington. After victory in the Might And Power Handicap on Saturday, trainer Matthew Williams is faced with the choice of heading to Queensland for some winter warmth or staying in Melbourne for some… Read More »

     
  • Divine Chills gives owners a big thrill

    A fast-finishing win by Divine Chills at Flemington has provided a moment to remember for her excited owners, including trainer John Sadler’s daughter Kate. Divine Chills’ victory in Saturday’s National Hall Of Fame Handicap was also a milestone for apprentice Beau Mertens as he registered his first Flemington winner. Divine… Read More »

     
  • Chipanda breaks through for Rosehill win

    Chipanda’s win at Rosehill has been a confidence booster for her stable and more so for the filly. Saturday’s 2YO Plate (1200m) was hand picked by Godolphin as the ideal race to give Chipanda a positive experience. That almost looked as if it would come undone when Brenton Avdulla had… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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