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Horse Racing News

  • Golden Slipper winner vulnerable in Toy Show Quality

    James Cummings readily admits Golden Slipper winner Kiamichi will be vulnerable when she takes on older mares for the first time in the Toy Show Quality at Randwick. The only filly in the field, Kiamichi will carry 55kg and concede weight to all bar two of her 13 more experienced… Read More »

  • Tavisan set for small steps at Moonee Valley

    While most trainers are eyeing off big spring purses, Mick Price is prepared to pick off a few of the minor ones with Tavisan. As a three-year-old last year, Tavisan was placed three times in stakes company before running last in the Caulfield Guineas. Tavisan returned in the autumn but… Read More »

  • Tisani Magic continues to amaze trainer

    Iron horse Tisani Magic continues to amaze his trainer Kevin Kemp as the gelding prepares for his 19th start this campaign. Tisani Magic faces a tough task in Saturday’s $105,000 Cyril Small Open Handicap (1200m) at the Gold Coast but Kemp believes he can acquit himself well. The gelding has… Read More »

  • G1 winner should not be forgotten in Winx Stakes

    Brenton Avdulla is rapt to be aboard Unforgotten in the first major race of the season, believing she can be the horse to emerge from the shadow of former stablemate Winx. Any number of horses are bidding to fill the void left by the retirement of the champion although Winx’s… Read More »

  • Lisa Allpress set to ride in Japan series

    Lisa Allpress is banking on previous experience in Japan to help her when she competes in the World All Stars Jockeys series at Sapporo in Hokkaido. New Zealand’s premier jockey will ride in the four-race series on Saturday and Sunday. She has picked up a further three rides including Daimei… Read More »

  • Ashlor ready for first-up Carlyon Stakes assault

    Trainer Dan McCarthy can see a similar scenario for sprinter Ashlor in the Carlyon Stakes as in the gelding’s previous two trips to The Valley. Ashlor came away with victories after stalking the speed and McCarthy is confident he has the gelding in top order ahead of his first-up run… Read More »

  • Really Discreet to start VRC Oaks mission

    Phillip Stokes won an Oaks with Maybe Discreet and the trainer has similar hopes for one of the mare’s daughters who begins her spring campaign over a sprint distance at The Valley. Really Discreet runs first-up in Saturday’s Palentino – Outstanding 1st Crop Yearlings Plate (1200m) which shapes as an… Read More »

  • One race at a time for Care to Think

    Trainer Matt Dunn is now taking the future of former boom galloper Care To Think on a race -by-race basis. Care To Think will be having his second start this year when he tackles the $105,000 Ross MacLean Open Handicap (1200m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday. Once rated a… Read More »

  • Baller expected to have a big Spring

    There are audacious spring ambitions for emerging sprinter Baller, and he gets an immediate chance to justify them against a smart field at Randwick. With a benchmark rating of 76, Baller is eligible for easier races than Saturday’s Group Three Show County Quality (1200m) with Doncaster Mile runner-up Dreamforce, the… Read More »

  • Chris Munce after more Magic Millions glory

    Chris Munce should get an early indication of his hopes of another big Magic Millions carnival when Scathing runs at the Gold Coast. Scathing has top weight of 59.5kg and the outside barrier of nine runners in Saturday’s QTIS Three-Year-Old Handicap (1400m). As a jockey, Munce won the 2YO Classic… Read More »

  • Watch: Pierata super impressive in trial win

    Leading Everest contender Pierata has cruised to a barrier trial win at Warwick Farm. The Greg Hickman-trained horse was given an easy time by Tommy Berry in Friday’s 1000m-heat on the course proper. After tracking the speed, Pierata assumed control in the straight and went on to beat Fasika by… Read More »

  • NSW lose two senior stewards and its chief investigator

    NSW has lost two senior stewards and its chief investigator as the spring carnival gets underway. Racing NSW deputy chief steward Phillip Dingwall has resigned as has senior steward Danny Greer who was based on the Central Coast. Chief investigator Nathan Hayward has also tendered his resignation. Dingwall has around… Read More »

  • Gaulois wins Rowley Mile at Hawkesbury

    Godolphin has claimed a major provincial feature with Gaulois taking out the Rowley Mile at Hawkesbury. Ridden by Tim Clark, Gaulois ($2.80 fav) powered home to beat Supernova ($4.20) by half a length in Thursday’s Listed race. Although not among the top echelon at the Godolphin stable, Gaulois has won… Read More »

  • Jockey Nick Heywood outed for 10 months

    Riverina jockey Nick Heywood has been suspended for 10 months after testing positive to a banned substance. Racing NSW stewards penalised Heywood after he pleaded guilty to returning the positive sample after riding at the Wagga Wagga races on July 8. While Heywood’s licence was suspended in full for 10… Read More »

  • Terbium in good shape for Moonee Valley return

    Phillip Stokes would have preferred a softer barrier draw for Terbium’s return to racing at The Valley but the trainer cannot fault the gelding’s build-up to the race. The unfashionably bred Terbium, by Terango out of Serene Lass, made a name for himself winning his first four races last summer,… Read More »

  • 12 horses in Grand National Steeplechase field

    Champion jumper Wells will line up in a capacity field of 12 in his attempt at a record fourth victory in the Grand National Steeplechase at Ballarat. Wells won the Grand National at Sandown in 2014 before his victories in the race at Ballarat in 2016 and 2017 and shares… Read More »

  • Superium not to be overlooked in Up And Coming Stakes

    The Wellington Boot is not a traditional pathway to the Sydney spring carnival but that’s the offbeat route Joe Pride has taken with little-known three-year-old Superium. The gelding will line up against a promising field of emerging young horses in the Up And Coming Stakes (1200m) at Randwick on Saturday… Read More »

  • Hightail ready to fire in Moonee Valley return

    Magic Millions Classic placegetter Hightail begins his three-year-old season in Melbourne and his co-trainer Peter Snowden is confident the well-travelled gelding is forward enough to make an impression in the Listed McKenzie Stakes. Hightail raced in three states as a juvenile, winning two of his first three starts in NSW… Read More »

  • Anthony Cummings relaxed ahead of Libertini’s return

    Anthony Cummings is not afraid to be bold in his opinions of his horses but when it comes to exciting filly Libertini, he is noticeably measured. Libertini is being set on a traditional spring three-year-old fillies’ path, resuming in Saturday’s Group Two Silver Shadow Stakes (1200m) at Randwick before tackling… Read More »

  • Small field suits Oak Door in Carlyon Stakes

    A slight muscle injury has forced adjustments to Oak Door’s program with the sprinter now to ready to run in the Carlyon Stakes. Since winning the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on July 13, Oak Door has been off the scene with a torn muscle. The John… Read More »

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