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  • Mamaragan on target for G1 Inglis Sires

    Golden Slipper placegetter Mamaragan has earned his chance at the Group One Sires’ Produce Stakes, a race his trainer originally dismissed as an option. John Thompson had him pegged as as a pure sprinter and early on was eyeing a Magic Millions campaign. Mamaragan’s debut was delayed by shin soreness… Read More »

     
  • Quality Field announced for Doncaster Mile

    New Zealand champion Melody Belle has been replaced as favourite in an open market for the Group One Doncaster Mile which has attracted a capacity field. Melody Belle, who shares top weight of 57kg with Epsom Handicap winner Kolding, has drawn barrier 14 for Saturday’s $1.5 million Doncaster Mile and… Read More »

     
  • 2020 Cox Plate could be postponed

    This years Cox Plate is in doubt with MVRC chief executive Michael Browell suggesting the race could be postponed. The MVRC will leave the decision until the 1st of June to see how the coronavirus pandemic plays out before making a decision whether or not the 2020 Cox Plate will… Read More »

     
  • Star-studded fields for The Championships at Randwick

    A star-studded field of 13 has been declared for the Group One TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick with Nature Strip drawing barrier one. One of four Group One races on Saturday’s opening day of The Championships at Randwick, the weight-for-age TJ Smith (1200m) features a number of star sprinters including… Read More »

     
  • Melody Belle draws wide in Doncaster Mile

    Favourite Melody Belle has drawn barrier 14 in the Doncaster Mile with 24 runners declared for the $1.5 million race. Saturday’s Group One race at Randwick has a field limit of 20 with four emergencies among the acceptances. Three-year-old Brandenburg has barrier seven and will be ridden by Glen Boss… Read More »

     
  • Star out of $1.5m Doncaster Mile

    Super stallion prospect FIFTY STARS is out of the remainder of the Sydney autumn carnival. Up until today he was one of the leading contenders for the $1.5million Gr 1 Doncaster Mile this Saturday. Market 💰: View the Odds for the Doncaster Mile But a mystery ailment, thought to perhaps… Read More »

     
  • Liam Riordan fractures collarbone in fall at Swan Hill

    Jockey Liam Riordan has suffered a fractured collarbone and a bruised lung in a fall at Swan Hill on Monday. Liam Riordan was involved in a fall in Race Four at Swan Hill on Monday which halted the meeting whilst the young jockey was transported to hospital. Riordan was discharged… Read More »

     
  • Glen Boss chasing an eighth Doncaster Mile

    Champion jockey Glen Boss has made a habit of winning the Doncaster Mile on lightly weighted three-year-olds and will be out to do so again when he takes the ride on promising colt Brandenburg. Boss has won a record seven Doncasters at Randwick with the past five of those on… Read More »

     
  • Horse racing doing everything right to be able to continue

    As he prepares his contenders in two of Sydney’s signature races on the opening day of The Championships, trainer Mark Newnham believes horse racing in Australia is doing everything right to be able to continue. A former jockey and now Group One-winning trainer, Newnham has Shadow Hero set for Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • OTI Racing with key hopes in Randwick G1’s

    Syndicator Terry Henderson is looking to have two Group One chances at Randwick in the two most prestigious races on the program. Henderson runs OTI Racing which has Quick Thinker in Saturday’s Australian Derby (2400m) and possibly Night’s Watch in the Doncaster Mile. Quick Thinker, trained in New Zealand by… Read More »

     
  • Mark Newnham eyes Doncaster Mile, Australian Derby glory

    There is something special about both the Doncaster Mile and Australian Derby for Mark Newnham. And on Saturday the trainer hopes he can get his name etched onto the honour roll of one, or both, of the time-honoured races at Randwick. Newnham has forged a career in racing, starting as… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria cuts prizemoney

    Racing Victoria will cut prize money and stand down staff in a bid to reduce expenditure during the coronavirus pandemic. From Wednesday, RV said 40 per cent of its permanent staff would be temporarily stood down or required to work reduced hours. The RV board and executive team have voluntarily… Read More »

     
  • Leading trainer supports prize money cuts

    Prominent trainer Adrian Bott is grateful racing is still proceeding during the coronavirus crisis and supports prize money cuts for The Championships at Randwick. The Championships are scheduled to go ahead over the next two Saturdays under strict biosecurity measures with prize money for the eight Group One races halved…. Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup prizemoney set to be cut

    A day after Racing NSW announced cuts to their Championships carnival the MRC has stated it is likely their feature race the Caulfield Cup will see a prizemoney reduction as well. “As I sit here, I’d probably say you’d think it would be reduced,” Melbourne Racing Club chief executive Josh… Read More »

     
  • Top Queensland jockeys split into two regions

    Queensland’s top metropolitan jockeys will be divided into two divisions when regional racing starts in the state this week. Racing Queensland has introduced five regions for race meetings in an effort to combat the spread of coronavirus in the industry. Racing is continuing with no crowds and strict biosecurity restrictions… Read More »

     
  • Wyong Provincial Championships Qualifier heat rescheduled

    The Provincial Championships Qualifier which was washed out at Wyong has been rescheduled to Newcastle. The $150,000 Qualifier at Wyong on Saturday was called off after heavy rain. Racing NSW has added the race to Tuesday’s Newcastle meeting which will now have 11 races. Scratchings have been reinstated for the… Read More »

     
  • Probabeel set to head to G1 Australian Oaks

    Under normal circumstances, Probabeel would be on her way home to New Zealand after a profitable Sydney campaign. The filly has had three starts for a Group One win in the Surround Stakes and seconds in the Group Two Phar Lap and Group One Vinery. With uncertainty over how long… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup campaign up in air for Vow And Declare

    Trainer Danny O’Brien is unsure what the future holds for Vow And Declare’s bid for consecutive Melbourne Cup victories. O’Brien was planning to take Vow And Declare to Brisbane for a three-run campaign, part of a nine month build-up to this year’s Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November. But the… Read More »

     
  • Hard work behind the scenes keeps racing going

    Brad Rawiller has heaped praise on the chief executive of the Victorian Jockeys’ Association Matthew Hyland for his tireless work during the coronavirus pandemic. Rawiller said without Hyland representing the 170 plus members of the VJA, there was a strong possibility racing may have ground to halt. “Matt Hyland has… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller set to dominate Doncaster Mile field

    Chris Waller is convinced a return to Sydney racing will help Kolding when the gelding heads a strong team trying to give the champion trainer a record-equalling seventh Doncaster Mile at Randwick. Waller expects to have at least six runners in Saturday’s Group One Doncaster Mile on the first day… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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