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Horse Racing News

  • Most Important win for Tony Gollan

    Most Important has shattered the theory he doesn’t like the new Eagle Farm racetrack by giving trainer Tony Gollan back-to-back wins in the Group Three George Moore Stakes. Things didn’t go to plan for Most Important ($7), who Gollan thought would share the lead, but he finished strongly to beat… Read More »

     
  • Sweet Redemption a festive winner

    The race morning scratching of pre-post favourite and likely leader Religify has paved the way for Sweet Redemption to claim her biggest win in the Group Three Festival Stakes at Rosehill. Her rider Brenton Avdulla said the race had panned out perfectly for Sweet Redemption, runner-up at her past two… Read More »

     
  • Doyle gets first Aust stakes win on Malice

    It hasn’t taken long for Godolphin jockey James Doyle to get his eye in with the English rider emulating the feats of the man he has been flown to Australia to fill in for. The global racing powerhouse’s Australian rider James McDonald has been sidelined after being charged with having… Read More »

     
  • Three hurt in Kilcoy fall

    The Christmas Cup at Kilcoy has been abandoned after a three-horse fall with their riders all taken to hospital. The race was the main feature on a dual code gallops-harness racing meeting on Saturday at Kilcoy, 80km north-west of Brisbane. Chief steward Allan Reardon said stewards had spoken with staff… Read More »

     
  • Mihany breaks record in Pakenham victory

    Iron horse Mihany has returned to winning form with a record-breaking win at Pakenham. The Lindsay Park trained galloper lowered the 1600m track record when successful in Saturday’s David Bourke Memorial Handicap. Ridden by apprentice Regan Bayliss, Mihany was sent out the $2.50 favourite before scoring by 3-1/4 lengths from… Read More »

     
  • Kuro back to winning form at Rosehill

    More than 18 months after his last win, Kuro has vindicated his trainer’s faith with victory in the Listed Starlight Stakes at Rosehill. Placed in Group One races as a three and four-year-old, the sprinter’s last win before Saturday was in May last year when he won the Listed Mick… Read More »

     
  • Winning Rupert to chase bonus

    Smart three year old Winning Rupert took the first step to earning a $500,000 bonus with a course record breaking return to racing on Saturday. Winning Rupert ($1.50) jumped straight to the lead and gave nothing else a chance beating Crack Me Up($11) by 5 3/4 lengths in the $100,000… Read More »

     
  • Autumn carnival on horizon for Snitzson

    David Hayes has autumn aspirations for Snitzson who has stepped from a maiden victory to winning in metropolitan class race at Pakenham. Having his third race start, Snitzson won the Wise Choice Catering Handicap on Saturday following a classy ride by Craig Williams. Sent out a $7 chance, Snitzson scored… Read More »

     
  • Highway king Dunn grabs record 6th victory

    Matthew Dunn has continued his dominance of Highway races with Isla Tristana giving the Murwillumbah trainer his record sixth victory. Dunn has achieved the mark in less than three months and Saturday’s win at Rosehill took him past Terry Robinson and Matthew Dale who have five wins apiece in the… Read More »

     
  • Bring It Home Pop races into Magic Millions Classic

    Smart gelding Bring It Home Pop’s win at Eagle Farm has assured trainer Daryl Hansen and jockey Luke Tarrant have the chance to win a second Magic Millions Classic. Bring It Home Pop ($5) led all the way to beat the favourite I Am Vegas ($3.90) by three-quarters of a… Read More »

     
  • Float breakdown disrupts Weir runners

    A float carrying a number of Darren Weir-trained horses to the Pakenham race meeting has broken down en route to the course. Racing Victoria stewards were alerted to the breakdown around 12.15pm. Another float was dispatched to pick up the horses in races four, five and six with the hope… Read More »

     
  • Tahlia Hope gets first metropolitan winner

    Apprentice Tahlia Hope has landed her first metropolitan winner, guiding Invincible Al to victory at Pakenham. The 18-year-old was having just her second ride at a metropolitan class meeting on Saturday. Riding the Patrick Payne-trained $12 chance, Invincible Al scored by 1-1/4 lengths from the $1.60 favourite Wise Hero with… Read More »

     
  • Doyle off the mark in Aust aboard Trekking

    English jockey James Doyle has opened his Australian account, riding two-year-old colt Trekking to victory at Rosehill. The 28-year-old has been brought to Australia to fill in for Godolphin’s retained jockey James McDonald who is not riding after being charged with a betting offence. Doyle bullocked his way clear at… Read More »

     
  • Gear change for But It’s True at Pakenham

    Mike Moroney has expected a little more from lightly raced four-year-old But It’s True and has opted to try a gear change at Pakenham. But It’s True steps to 2000m for the first time in Saturday’s benchmark-78 handicap and Moroney has taken blinkers off, which he said weren’t working. He… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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