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  • Cox Plate ambitions for Yankee Rose

    Any jockey looking to ride a three-year-old filly in the Cox Plate is on notice to start the diet now. Trainer David Vandyke has Cox Plate 2016 ambitions for Yankee Rose but wants a strong rider, not one who is struggling in the days leading up to the race in October…. Read More »

  • Rawiller puts Real Love to the test

    Brad Rawiller has put his Brisbane Cup mount Real Love through a solid work-out at the Sunshine Coast. The Darren Weir-trained mare galloped between races on Sunday with her stablemate Howard Be Thy Name, the Queensland Derby equal favourite. Rawiller will ride both horses at Eagle Farm on Saturday with… Read More »

  • Oaks winning filly showing improvement

    Australasian Oaks winner Abbey Marie is responding to treatment after being struck down by a mystery illness. Trainer Mick Kent said the filly spiked a seriously high temperature in the spelling paddock but it has now come down after an anxious couple of weeks. “If she could have five days… Read More »

  • Provocative not a certain Oaks runner

    New Zealand filly Provocative is guaranteed a start in the rescheduled Queensland Oaks but could instead run in the Derby on the same day. Tony Pike-trained Provocative was promoted into the Oaks field as the first emergency with the scratching of Beluga Blue. After the wash-out of the Eagle Farm… Read More »

  • Qld officials defend Oaks re-programming

    Queensland racing officials have defended the decision not to transfer the washed-out Oaks day program in its entirety. Eagle Farm was submerged after a morning deluge on Saturday which made it impossible for the meeting to go ahead. It was to have been the first at Eagle Farm for 22… Read More »

  • Rosehill meeting completed in rain

    While apprentice Koby Jennings has shone at Rosehill with four winners, the star of the show has been the track. After heavy rain on the eastern seaboard on Saturday, the feature meeting at Eagle Farm in Brisbane was one of many meetings called off. Rosehill went ahead with the wettest… Read More »

  • Ben Allen suspended again on whip breach

    Victorian Jockeys Association chief executive Des O’Keeffe has described the whip rule an embarrassment after apprentice Ben Allen incurred a second suspension in the space of a week at Sandown. Allen was outed for eight meetings by Racing Victoria stewards on Saturday, his first day back riding after incurring a… Read More »

  • Four wins for Koby Jennings at Rosehill

    Koby Jennings’ potential was on full display as the young jockey rode a remarkable four winners on a heavy track at Rosehill. The 21-year-old apprentice who came to Sydney from Victoria via Darwin and Canberra, steered Ravi, King’s Officer, Kellyville Flyer and the Chris Waller-trained So Willie to victories on… Read More »

  • Deanne Panya double at Rosehill

    In the absence of most of Sydney’s top 10 riders, apprentices have had a day out at Rosehill. The premiership leaders were in Brisbane where Saturday’s Queensland Oaks meeting was called off because of storms. The weather in Sydney was also wet but all nine races were run, with Koby… Read More »

  • VJA CEO says whip rules are an “embarrassment to the industry”

    Victorian Jockeys Association president Des O’Keeffe has lashed out at the current whip rules saying they are an “embarrassment to the industry” after Ben Allen received an eight meeting ban at Sandown. Do you agree? Read more: Victorian Jockeys Association chief executive Des O’Keeffe has described the whip rule an embarrassment… Read More »

  • Sandown switch a bonus for Forgeress

    One trainer not complaining about the transfer of the Moonee Valley meeting to Sandown was Quinton Scott. His six-year-old mare Forgeress broke an 11-month drought when taking out the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap on Saturday. Ridden by Jessica Payne, Forgeress ($5.50) scored a three-quarter length victory from A Lotta Love… Read More »

  • First Highway win for King’s Officer

    King’s Officer’s affinity for wet tracks has come to the fore as the gelding produced a dominant finish to break through for his first Highway handicap win in seven attempts. The Terry Robinson-trained gelding sprinted away late for a four-length win ahead of Attainment in Saturday’s 1400m TAB Highway Handicap… Read More »

  • Four on the trot for Turnitaround

    Turnitaround has extended his winning sequence to four with a narrow victory at Sandown. After scoring on firm ground at Flemington last month, Turnitaround proved himself just as at home on rain-affected going with victory in the Ladbrokes Bet Better Handicap on Saturday. Ridden by apprentice Ben Thompson, Turnitaround was… Read More »

  • Rain forces many race meetings off

    The east coast’s big wet has washed out at least half-a-dozen race meetings, with tracks from Brisbane to the NSW/Victoria border deemed too dangerous and visibility poor. Meetings at Kembla Grange, Albury, Gilgandra and Lismore in NSW and Queensland’s Gold Coast and Goondiwindi were abandoned on Saturday. In Brisbane, a… Read More »

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