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  • Magic Millions hopefuls in Doomben clash

    The Magic Millions Classic picture should become clearer after several top chances clash in the Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben. On exposed form, Saturday’s race looks stronger than the colts and geldings division, the Phelan Ready Stakes. Calaway Gal rivals Zelady’s Night Out and The Last Kiss were both brilliant… Read More »

     
  • In-form stable has top hopes at Flemington

    The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra stable will be looking to add to its recent run of success on metropolitan tracks with four horses at Flemington on Saturday. The training partnership has produced six winners at the past five city meetings including doubles at their last two visits to Sandown…. Read More »

     
  • South African wins International challenge

    Sydney jockeys Hugh Bowman and James McDonald have finished out of the money in the International Jockeys Championship in Hong Kong won by Gavin Lerena. The South African champion won the last two legs of the four-race series at Happy Valley on Wednesday night to fend off Ryan Moore. But… Read More »

     
  • Watrigant ups work ante with Gailo Chop

    Mackinnon Stakes winner Gailo Chop has been given a track gallop that was as testing as it was needed in preparation for the Hong Kong Cup. Trained by a Frenchman but flying the Australian flag for prominent syndicator OTI Racing, Gailo Chop galloped over 1200m on turf at Sha Tin… Read More »

     
  • Katelyn Mallyon still shy of losing claim

    Katelyn Mallyon remains one win short of outriding her apprentices’ claim after three rides at Sandown. Each of Mallyon’s mounts on Wednesday filled a place with Sagacious Miss finishing second in the seventh race. The apprentice returned to race riding at the start of December after injury forced her to… Read More »

     
  • Zanbagh in Villiers mix despite barrier

    A wide barrier draw has done little to dampen the optimism of John Thompson ahead of Zanbagh’s tilt at Saturday’s Group Two Villiers Stakes. The 2014 ATC Australian Oaks runner-up has drawn barrier 19 of 20 for the feature Randwick mile but the trainer says the fact Zanbagh is a… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn flies by the seat of his pants

    Blake Shinn made headlines the last time he rode Miss Royale in a race but at Warwick Farm on Wednesday the pair were all the talk for the right reasons. Miss Royale is the horse Shinn lost his pants on when the elastic in his jodhpurs broke during the running… Read More »

     
  • Plan continues to pay for Ellerton, Zahra

    A plan put into place before the spring carnival is paying dividends for training partners Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra. The pair deliberately elected to bypass the better races during the spring with the team now reaping the rewards. A double at Sandown on Wednesday was their sixth winner since… Read More »

     
  • Game Of Dreams in frame for Millions start

    Gold Coast two-year-old Game Of Dreams gave shuttle stallion Dream Ahead his first Australian winner and put himself on the Magic Millions trail at Ipswich on Wednesday. Trainer Bryan Guy had high hopes for Game Of Dreams after he won a Gold Coast barrier trial last month but the gelding… Read More »

     
  • Snowdens unveil latest Magic Millions hope

    A Warwick Farm win has booked Mooshakissa a spot on Peter and Paul Snowden’s team for the Magic Millions carnival and the stable is still to play its trump card. Peter Snowden confirmed the filly would be aimed at the $2 million Gold Coast race after showing natural improvement from… Read More »

     
  • Return of blinkers shapes as a Good Idea

    Peter Snowden has reversed a previous gear change with That’s A Good Idea but admits the horse’s last-start flop remains a mystery. That’s A Good Idea was one of the favourites when he resumed in the Starlight Stakes last month before beating just one rival home. It was an uncharacteristic… Read More »

     
  • Bonecrusher colours successful at Sandown

    The colours made famous by Bonecrusher have been carried to victory on a Sandown winner. Spreadeagled sported the silks of cream, brown sash, striped sleeves and cap to a narrow win in the second race on Wednesday. A champion galloper during the 1980s, Bonecrusher won 18 of his 44 starts… Read More »

     
  • Thompson helps Zanbagh back on her feet

    There is a theory in racing that in-form mares are reliable betting propositions. John Thompson is in the fortunate position of having two of them contesting separate feature races at Randwick on Saturday. The trainer will saddle up Zanbagh in the Group Two Villiers Stakes, the major race of the… Read More »

     
  • Emerging Qld stayer to miss Christmas Cup

    Promising Queensland stayer Chillin With Dylan has gone amiss and will be scratched from the Christmas Cup at Randwick. Trainer Ben Ahrens said the four-year-old, a winner of three races in five runs since resuming from a spell, had suffered a tendon injury. “It’s not great, but hopefully it will… Read More »