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Horse Racing News

  • Roche, Spriggs in hot water at Randwick

    A break-neck speed battle has landed jockeys Leigh Roche and Blake Spriggs in hot water with stewards at Randwick. Roche vigorously rode the Bjorn Baker-trained Zatopaz to try to get the lead from Blake Spriggs and Thewayweare in the TAB Handicap (2400m) on Saturday. Spriggs came under fire for not… Read More »

     
  • Apprentices dominate at Flemington

    With some of Melbourne’s most prominent jockeys away, the younger Victorian riders have come out to play at Flemington. Apprentices rode seven of the nine winners on Saturday’s program including 20-year-old Ben Thompson who brought up his first career treble. Beau Mertens chimed in with his first Flemington double aboard… Read More »

     
  • Fawke gets first Flemington winner

    Mature-age apprentice Sairyn Fawke has claimed his first Flemington winner with victory aboard Kourkam. Fawke is apprenticed to John and Chris Meagher in Queensland but is on loan to trainer Tony McEvoy in Adelaide. Fawke had two rides for McEvoy at Melbourne racing’s headquarters on Saturday including Kourkam ($19), which… Read More »

     
  • Doyle shines bright in Randwick four-timer

    Godolphin jockey James Doyle has stamped his world class credentials with a four-timer at Randwick. Doyle has ridden 12 winners since arriving in Australia from England in late November to replace James McDonald after he was charged with a betting offence. McDonald has subsequently been handed an 18-month disqualification, but… Read More »

     
  • Birchley horses earn $1 million in bonuses

    Trainer Liam Birchley has never won a Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic but horses he trains have now won more than $1 million in bonus payments. Connections of Birchley’s Classic runner Real Princess are $325,000 richer despite the filly finishing eighth on Saturday. Magic Millions have a Racing Women’s Bonus of… Read More »

     
  • Target In Sight makes triumphant return

    Target In Sight completed a remarkable comeback from a career-threatening setback to win the Magic Millions Sprint (1200m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Target In Sight’s career was in jeopardy when he suffered a bleeding attack after finishing last in the QTC Cup (1300m) at Eagle Farm last June…. Read More »

     
  • Houtzen brilliant in Magic Millions Classic win

    A last-minute decision to stick to tried-and-true tactics with Houtzen has paid off big-time with the free-wheeling filly a brilliant winner of the $2 million Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic at the Gold Coast. Houtzen signalled she could be the fourth horse to win the Magic Millions-Golden Slipper double with a… Read More »

     
  • Grande Rosso takes out Chester Manifold

    Losing his claim hasn’t slowed down apprentice Regan Bayliss, who has notched his second stakes winner in the first couple of weeks of the new year at Flemington. Bayliss outrode his claim with a winning treble at Flemington on December 17 and has ridden eight city winners since including the… Read More »

     
  • Flying Jess causes boilover in Magic Millions Guineas

    Winning Rupert lost his aura of invincibility when he was beaten out of the placings in Saturday’s Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast won by $101 outsider Flying Jess. Winning Rupert, the $1.65 favourite, suffered his first defeat in six starts when he finished fourth to the John Moloney-trained… Read More »

     
  • Two outed early on Magic Millions day

    Jockeys Micheal Hellyer and Anthony Allen have been early casualties in the stewards room at the Gold Coast on Magic Millions dayt. Hellyer was suspended for 11 days, starting on Sunday night, after being found guilty of causing interference to Centre Pivot in Saturday’s Magic Millions Trophy. Hellyer, who finished… Read More »

     
  • Deanne Panya rewarded for hard work

    Sydney apprentice Deanne Panya’s hard work has been the catalyst for her biggest career win on Testashadow in the $1 million Magic Millions Cup (1400m). Panya gave the Gary Portelli-trained Testashadow ($31) the run of the race before hitting the lead in the straight and then holding on in a… Read More »

     
  • Mertens brings up Flemington double

    Stakes-winning sprinter Thermal Current has bounced back from a first-up failure to give apprentice Beau Mertens his first Flemington double. Thermal Current beat one runner home in the Group Three Standish Handicap first-up on January 1, but returned to winning form in Saturday’s Arbroath Handicap, dropping from 1200m to 1000m,… Read More »

     
  • Last-to-first victory by Private Secretary

    Private Secretary turned the tables on arch-rival I Am Zelady in the Magic Millions Fillies And Mares to set up a Group One mission in the autumn. Trainer Greg Hickman is eyeing off the Coolmore Quality (1500m) at Rosehill in March for Private Secretary after she produced a whirlwind last-to-finish… Read More »

     
  • Adkins emotional after timely Randwick win

    Wearing a black armband and with tears in his eyes, apprentice jockey Andrew Adkins has honoured the life of Margaret Quinton with an emotional win at Randwick. Saturday’s Highway Handicap was selected as the race where riders would wear black armbands in memory of trainer Ron Quinton’s wife, who died… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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