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  • Yes Yes Yes gains entry into The Everest Field

    Chris Waller will have three runners in the $14 million Everest after confirming Golden Rose runner-up Yes Yes Yes for his stable’s slot, replacing the recently retired Enticing Star. The three-year-old colt joins stablemate Arcadia Queen, who holds the slot held by The Star, and Nature Strip who on Wednesday… Read More »

     
  • Spring Champion Stakes – What you need to know

    THE SPRING CHAMPION STAKES: 2000m, $1 million, set-weight, three-year-olds HISTORY * First run in 1971 and won by Gay Icarus * Before 1978 it was run in autumn as the Australasian Champion Stakes * Savabeel won the Spring Champion then the Cox Plate but was subsequently beaten in the Derby… Read More »

     
  • Avilius’ Cox Plate credentials on show in Caulfield Stakes

    Avilius returns to Melbourne racing as a three-time Group One winner and is set to put his Cox Plate credentials on show against a field of international and local challengers in the Group One Caulfield Stakes. The James Cummings-trained Godolphin-owned import is unbeaten at Caulfield having won the Group Three… Read More »

     
  • Nettoyer ready to eat up the Randwick mile

    Hold the oats and grains, when it comes to diet, six-year-old mare Nettoyer is more a pizza and burgers kind of girl. And yes, she would like a beer with that too. In a sport where feed is an integral ingredient in racehorse performance, Nettoyer is unique. “She likes beer,… Read More »

     
  • Jarrod McLean inquiry held behind closed doors

    Trainer Jarrod McLean has been questioned behind closed doors at a stewards inquiry called after he was charged by police with several charges including animal cruelty. McLean’s legal representative Patrick Wheelahan successfully submitted the hearing should be closed to media. Three inquiries involving McLean, registered stablehand Tyson Kermond and licensed… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate option kept open for filly Flit

    The only three-year-old filly still in Cox Plate contention is the favourite to claim her first Group One win in the Thousand Guineas. Godolphin-owned Flit is the $2.30 favourite for Saturday’s Thousand Guineas at Caulfield which trainer James Cummings says is the focus. Flit was earlier this week paid up… Read More »

     
  • David Jolly eyes tri-state wins on Caulfield Guineas day

    Varying barrier fortunes and weather forecasts have not rained on David Jolly’s parade as the Adelaide trainer eyes tri-state winners this weekend. In a first during his 22-year career, Jolly has runners across three states at Caulfield, Randwick and Morphettville on Saturday. Behemoth ($14) will lead Jolly’s charge in Sydney… Read More »

     
  • Boom apprentice to make city debut

    Emerging apprentice Adin Thompson will wear a famous set of racing colours when he makes his Saturday metropolitan debut at Eagle Farm. Thompson was the leading Queensland apprentice last season and has ridden 101 winners in just under two seasons on the country and provincial circuit including the 2018 Birdsville… Read More »

     
  • Race fitness gives Cosmic Force advantage

    Cosmic Force has gained race fitness on one key rival and will have the advantage of it over another when he chases a campaign-defining win in the Roman Consul Stakes at Randwick. The colt was edged out by the race-fit Standout when he resumed in the Heritage Stakes and co-trainer… Read More »

     
  • Nick Ryan chasing first G1 on Caulfield Guineas day

    The importance of having two chances in Group One races on one of Australia’s biggest days at Caulfield is not lost on emerging trainer and former champion apprentice jockey Nick Ryan. Ryan is chasing the first Group One win of his career on Saturday with Express Pass set for the… Read More »

     
  • Animal cruelty inquiry held behind closed doors

    Trainer Jarrod McLean’s inquiry into animal cruelty charges is being held behind closed doors after a successful submission by his legal representative Patrick Wheelahan. McLean was directed to attend the inquiry at Racing Victoria headquarters on Thursday after Victoria Police issued 16 charges against the Warrnambool horseman, including animal cruelty… Read More »

     
  • Ballistic Boy to carry Chris Anderson’s banner

    Trainer Chris Anderson will rely on Ballistic Boy for a possible southern assault after sending stable star Profit for a spell. Anderson and Robert Heathcote have dissolved their training partnership with Anderson retaining 40 horses including three-year-olds Profit and Ballistic Boy. Profit made it three wins and a second from… Read More »

     
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  • Just Thinkin’ ready for G1 Spring Champion Stakes

    Adrian Bott is confident a character-building experience in the Gloaming Stakes has laid the foundation for Just Thinkin’ to emerge as the dark horse in the Group One Spring Champion Stakes at Randwick. Gloaming winner Shadow Hero is considered to have Saturday’s 2000 metre race at his mercy after backing… Read More »

     
  • Luke Tarrant returns after ban for drug charges

    Jockey Luke Tarrant has seven rides at the Sunshine Coast and Eagle Farm as he returns to riding after been stood down two months ago. Queensland stewards stood Tarrant down for an indefinite period after he faced a criminal court on drug charges in August. He has been cleared to… Read More »

     
  • Spectroscope to return to city racing at Eagle Farm

    A training setback that put Spectroscope out of the winter carnival means he has had a longer break than planned which could prove a blessing ahead of his return at Eagle Farm. The gelding will be having his first start in nine months in Saturday’s Juiced Open Handicap (1400m). Spectroscope… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Guineas hope faces vet check

    Caulfield Guineas contender The Holy One will need to pass a veterinary test on race eve if he is to take his place in the $2 million race. RV stewards said on Thursday The Holy One had heat in his near fore hoof and would be reassessed by a vet… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Guineas horse under an injury cloud

    A key runner in Saturday’s Group One Caulfield Guineas is under an injury cloud with vets to reassess the horses condition on Friday morning. The Natalie Young and Trent Bussutin trained The Holy OneΒ  was found to have heat in his near fore hoof which will require monitoring to see… Read More »

     
  • Mark Waugh takes swipe at racings lack of loyalty

    Success breeds success, so they say. And so it is for Chris Waller’s rampant yard which stole every award and accolade last week. He has just been given the smart Provincial Championship heat winner SAFADO to train. The hulking rising star was formerly trained by Kim Waugh and it is… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup contender sold at auction

    Prominent racehorse owner Richard Pegum has secured a 25 per cent share in leading Caulfield and Melbourne Cups contender Mustajeer for $320,000. The share was offered by Irish operation Gaelic Bloodstock through Inglis Online with Pegum announced as the successful bidder on Wednesday. Mustajeer, a last-start winner of the prestigious… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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