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Horse Racing News

  • Triscari’s Premium Choice to return to racing

    Tony Triscari may not have held a trainer’s license for over two decades, but despite the long time off, he hasn’t forgotten how to prepare a winner. After a 22-year absence from the training game, Tony Triscari returned to the winner’s list with Premium Choice, a comfortable winner at Ascot on… Read More »

  • Douglas after Melbourne Cup berth with Harmysian

    Like a number of his rivals looking for a start in the Melbourne Cup, Clayton Douglas is having a throw at the stumps with Harmysian in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington. Success in Saturday’s race provides a ballot exemption into the Group 1 Melbourne Cup (3200m) at Flemington in November. Harmysian is one of two runners… Read More »

  • Waller has high hopes for Warwick Farm winner

    Chris Waller has declared untapped three-year-old Democracy Manifest a future black-type performer after the gelding continued his unbeaten record for the stable at Warwick Farm. An impressive winner at his first start for the premier trainer last month, Democracy Manifest ($2.50 fav) didn’t appear comfortable in the heavy 10 conditions on Wednesday,… Read More »

  • Cannons set to fire in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes

    Sound Of Cannons is set to back up in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington after scoring a midweek victory at Sandown. Having gone more than 1000 days without a win, the connections of Sound Of Cannons are hoping to win twice in the space of three days. Sound Of Cannons scored… Read More »

  • Greg Eurell debutant looks The Real Thing

    Greg Eurell has unearthed another promising two-year-old in the space of four days with The Real Thing scoring on debut at Sandown. Lincoln Square produced the goods for Eurell at Caulfield last Saturday before The Real Thing took to the track in the Ladbroke It! Plate (1000m) on Wednesday. Eurell was asked if The Real… Read More »

  • VRC eye another ballot-exempt Melbourne Cup race

    In the week leading up to Australia’s only Melbourne Cup ballot-exempt race run outside of the Spring Carnival, the Victoria Racing Club has revealed its ambition to implement another as soon as next season. VRC executive general manager of racing Leigh Jordon on Wednesday said the club was keen to… Read More »

  • Doomben 10,000 a crucial test for Mazu

    Bookmakers have marked exciting sprinter Mazu as a clear-cut Doomben 10,000 favourite but co-trainer Peter Snowden is treading more warily ahead of the career-defining race. “Everyone is taking it a bit lightly,” Snowden said. Chasing his sixth win in succession and fifth this campaign, Mazu remained a $2.70 top pick after the… Read More »

  • Illation out to continue winning streak in Adelaide Guineas

    Illation will put his spring credentials on the line when he travels to Adelaide for a second time for another stakes race at Morphettville. The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr -trained son of So You Think runs in the Listed Adelaide Guineas (1600m) on Saturday following wins at his first two starts…. Read More »

  • A Very Fine Red set to have the drop on rivals

    The promise of a dryer track coupled with a better barrier draw has put talented filly A Very Fine Red on target to return to form at Scone. The three-year-old will line up in the Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes (1100m) on Saturday after coming up with gate eight in the 16-horse… Read More »

  • Doomben 10,000 meeting transferred to Eagle Farm

    The Doomben 10 000 meeting has now officially been switched to Eagle Farm. The Racing Queensland Press Release reads: ‘Racing Queensland confirms that following recent inclement weather and a forecast for a continuation of heavy rainfall over the next 48 hours, the Brisbane Racing Club race meeting at Doomben on… Read More »

  • Doomben 10,000 meeting at Doomben in doubt

    A big decision awaits the Brisbane racing Club and Racing Queensland tomorrow when a call will be made whether to go ahead with the big Doomben 10,000 meeting at Doomben or whether to switch the race-day to Eagle Farm. The prevailing weather tomorrow and the weather forecast over the days… Read More »

  • Dosh, Nixie on song for in-form Begg stable

    Grahame Begg is a stable in form with three winners from their last five runners and one of his stars is set to return this Saturday with speed machine Dosh running in a benchmark 84 (1000m) at Flemington. Dosh hasn’t been seen since running down the track behind Generation in the Red… Read More »

  • All clear for Cup Night in Roma Cup

    Considering the interrupted preparation, Bernie Miller was delighted with the return of Cup Night in the Northam Stakes (1100m) and is confident the gelding can further improve when he lines up in the G3 Roma Cup (1200m) at Belmont on Saturday. Dealing with Cup Night’s setbacks is not unusual for… Read More »

  • Venue to determine Godolphin 10,000 runners

    Brisbane Racing Club officials will make a call on Wednesday morning as to where the Doomben 10,000 meeting will be run. With heavy rain forecast in Brisbane later this week, the BRC is considering moving the Group 1 meeting from Doomben to Eagle Farm. Already acceptances for the meeting have been pushed back from… Read More »

  • Race experience no deterrence for Jack

    Highly fancied South Australian Derby contender Detonator Jack will need to break new ground if he is to win the Group 1 race at Morphettville. Detonator Jack will be lining up for his fourth start in the 2500m Classic on Saturday and the only one to come close was Irish-bred Russian… Read More »

  • Scone Cup carnival headlines Sydney racing this week

    After an upset victory in the Group 3 Hawkesbury Crown a fortnight ago, the Bjorn Baker -trained Exotic Ruby will be hoping for more black type success when she lines up in Saturday’s $200,000 fillies and mares feature. With a majority of the nominations finishing behind Exotic Ruby in her last start… Read More »

  • Alegron ready for the SA Derby

    Alegron has already proven himself one of the most durable three-year-olds of his generation and James Cummings is confident he can land a deserved maiden Group 1 win this weekend. The son of Teofilo and dual Derby placegetter is favourite for Saturday’s $500,000 South Australian Derby (2500m) at Morphettville in Adelaide. That… Read More »

  • Generation heads north for Doomben 10,000

    Ciaron Maher thinks he needs to find ‘half-a-length’ with Generation and the top trainer suspects the addition of blinkers might be the answer. The son of Snitzel will be tested in the headgear at trackwork on Tuesday morning, with a view to possibly sporting them in Saturday’s $1 million Group 1 Doomben… Read More »

  • WA racings weekend wrap – May 7th, 2022

    Read the latest racing updates and information out of Western Australia for their race meetings on Saturday, May 7th, 2022. 1-PRINCE TURBO-JASON MILLER Determination and courage from Prince Turbo, persistence and perseverance from trainer Jason Miller. Two years after a near certain career-ending tendon injury, the rising nine-year-old, at just… Read More »

  • Jungle Magnate in peak order for the SA Derby

    The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jnr-trained Jungle Magnate is on track for a return trip to Adelaide for the South Australian Derby. Price said a gallop at Cranbourne on Saturday morning convinced the trainer Jungle Magnate had recovered from his trip to Adelaide last week and was on target to… Read More »


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