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  • QLD trainer and foreman banned for 12 months over cobalt use

    A Toowoomba based trainer and his foreman have both been sentenced twelve month disqualifications after a horse in their care returned a positive reading to cobalt at Lismore in May this year. Racing NSW’s media release: Racing NSW Stewards today conducted an inquiry into the Analysts’ finding of cobalt at a… Read More »

     
  • Kavanagh says pressured over cobalt vet

    Under pressure to keep quiet about Dr Tom Brennan’s involvement in his cobalt case, Sam Kavanagh became enraged when even his father believed the vet over him. The outed Sydney trainer has again said he was pressured by the Flemington Equine Clinic vet and its practice manager Aaron Corby not… Read More »

     
  • Laing concentrating on Lord preparation

    Robbie Laing is putting all talk of Lord Of The Sky heading overseas behind him as he prepares the sprinter for a stakes race at Caulfield. Lord Of The Sky recorded his first win in more than two years at Caulfield on July 30 and heads back there on Saturday… Read More »

     
  • Orbec to kick off road to G1

    Saturday will mark the start of the road for two of trainer John Thompson’s spring staying hopes. Orbec and Danjeu will line up in the Premier’s Cup Prelude (1800m) at Rosehill, but Thompson says they will need the run to build fitness. Orbec was fourth in last year’s Group One… Read More »

     
  • Kentucky Miss could take on Capitalist

    Kentucky Miss will be declared to run in two states with trainer Joe Pride making a compelling case to keep her in Sydney for the San Domenico Stakes. Although the Quezette Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday against her own sex might seem an easier option than taking on Golden Slipper… Read More »

     
  • Bruce McAvaney’s horse set for Canterbury

    With the eyes of the world on the Olympics, Australia’s most high-profile commentator in Rio could be forgiven for having one eye on the races. Leading sport broadcaster Bruce McAvaney is a part-owner of Embley who is entered to run in a midweek 1250m benchmark race at Canterbury on Wednesday…. Read More »

     
  • Father-daughter team take on Sydney

    Apprentice jockey Cassandra Schmidt is heading to Sydney to jump back in the saddle of her favourite horse, which just happens to be trained by her father Dwayne. Five-year-old gelding Diversifier will have another shot at a Highway Handicap (1100m) at Saturday’s Rosehill meeting after running fifth in a previous… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner will not race this spring

    Group One winning sprinter Terravista will soon arrive back in Joe Pride’s stable for a spring preparation which will not include any competitive racing. Rather than run him in any of the upcoming big sprints, Pride will give Terravista one or two barrier trials and send him out for another… Read More »

     
  • Clinic ‘tried to deflect cobalt blame’

    Banned Sydney trainer Sam Kavanagh says a vet and clinic manager “poisoned” his reputation in an attempt to deflect the blame in three cobalt cases. Kavanagh said he was under serious pressure from Flemington Equine Clinic vet Dr Tom Brennan and practice manager Aaron Corby not to reveal Brennan supplied… Read More »

     
  • Buffering in line for fifth Qld title

    Buffering is on the verge of being named Queensland’s Horse of the Year for an unprecedented fifth time. The star sprinter won three Group One races last season highlighted by the Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai in March. He was injured in the Chairman’s Sprint Prize in Hong Kong won… Read More »

     
  • Saint Valorem set for Sandown return

    Trainer Cameron Templeton knows you need to walk before you can run in the world of racing. Saint Valorem, a lightly-raced galloper, makes his return in the Toronado @ Swettenham Handicap at Sandown on Wednesday, a race Templeton sees as a potential springboard into bigger races later in the spring…. Read More »

     
  • Xtravagant settling in to new home

    Damien Oliver has partnered Xtravagant in a work-out at Flemington ahead of the star New Zealander’s Cox Plate campaign. Named last season’s champion three-year-old in New Zealand, Xtravagant is based at the Flemington stables of Steve Richards for the spring. It is the second trip to Melbourne for Xtravagant who… Read More »

     
  • Vet ‘tried to deflect cobalt blame’

    Banned Sydney trainer Sam Kavanagh says two vet clinic staffers “poisoned” his reputation as they tried to deflect the blame in three cobalt cases. Kavanagh said he was under serious pressure from Flemington Equine Clinic vet Dr Tom Brennan and practice manager Aaron Corby not to reveal Brennan supplied a… Read More »

     
  • Terravista will not race this spring

    Group One winning sprinter Terravista will soon arrive back in Joe Pride’s stable for a spring preparation which will not include any competitive racing. Rather than run him in any of the upcoming big sprints, Pride will give Terravista one or two barrier trials and send him out for another… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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