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  • Heat to decide whether Banda Spice starts

    Brisbane’s hot conditions will determine whether Banda Spice gets the chance to continue trainer Stuart Kendrick’s outstanding season. The forecast is for a top of 35 in Brisbane on Saturday and Kendrick is one of several trainers who have expressed worries should the mercury go higher.. Banda Spice is scheduled… Read More »

  • G1 winning trainer banned for 12 months

    Group 1 winning trainer Con Karakatsanis has been banned for 12 months for charges of administering a horse on raceday. Racing NSW stewards have handed the dual Group 1 winning trainer a 12 month disqualification for administering Howmuchdoyouloveme prior to racing at Randwick in September last year. Stewards had found… Read More »

  • Qld stewards adjourn handling inquiry

    Queensland jockey Luke Rolls’ ride on American Diva at Eagle Farm has come under scrutiny from stewards. The mare was last coming to the turn in a 1000m-race on Wednesday but ran on strongly to finish fourth. Chairman of stewards Martin Knibbs said his panel had concerns about Rolls’ ride… Read More »

  • Nick Hall faces a year on the sidelines

    Jockey Nick Hall faces a year on the sidelines with a recurring hip injury which needs further surgery. After receiving the news this week, Hall was forced to relinquish the ride on his Caulfield Cup-winning mount Jameka in Saturday’s Group One Orr Stakes. Hall’s manager Reece Murphy told RSN 927,… Read More »

  • Collett and Schofield to ride over minimum

    Jockeys Jason Collett and Glyn Schofield have been given permission to ride above the minimum 53kg in Group Three races at Randwick. Collett will be half a kilogram over on the Kim Waugh-trained Supreme Effort in Saturday’s Southern Cross Stakes and the Kris Lees-trained Zestful in the Triscay Stakes. Schofield… Read More »

  • Spell for Hot Seat after Sandown success

    A lot of hard work has finally paid dividends for father and son country trainers Brian and Ash McKnight at Sandown. A seven-run campaign with Hot Seat finally bore fruit when the gelding was successful in the Thoroughbred Club Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday. Craig Williams rode Hot Seat when he… Read More »

  • Dracarys opens account in Warwick Farm wet

    Richly bred Dracarys has had to be more tradesman than equine model in making a winning debut at Warwick Farm. A stand-out individual on looks and easily the most expensive horse to race at the Sydney midweek meeting on Wednesday, Dracarys won the Hyland Race Colours Plate. The race was… Read More »

  • NSW apprentice to front stewards over swab

    Injured apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has more on her mind than a broken collarbone with stewards calling her to an inquiry over a positive swab to a banned substance. Before she answers questions regarding the positive test from a January 2 sample, Panya will attend an inquiry on Thursday into… Read More »

  • Newmarket Handicap hopes for Super Cash

    Trainer Andrew Noblet is keen to have a crack at the Newmarket Handicap 2017 with Super Cash who will test her credentials against star sprinter Chautauqua in the Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield. Noblet has two stakes-winning mares, Silent Sedition and Super Cash, beginning their campaigns in separate Group races on… Read More »

  • Global Glamour dodges WFA clash with Winx

    A clash with Winx can wait for Global Glamour with the Thousand Guineas winner confirmed for a more conservative return to Sydney racing. Co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott caused a minor stir when they paid up for Global Glamour to contest the 2017 Apollo Stakes, the weight-for-age race at… Read More »

  • Randwick re-run possible for Cummings duo

    Hugh Bowman has made a left-field call on a heavily backed but well-beaten favourite that could result in two James Cummings stablemates racing twice in three days. As Plymouth Road ($5) defied his rivals to lead all the way at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, stablemate Most Exalted finished a long… Read More »

  • Webb’s strategy pays off at Eagle Farm

    Trainer Mark Webb’s decision to restock his stable with well-bred horses has reaped a reward at Eagle Farm. Webb was the leading trainer in Toowoomba for many years but decided to relocate to the Sunshine Coast three years ago to be closer his family. “We have struggled a bit for… Read More »

  • Bargain buy proves her worth at Sandown

    Bargain-buy Elegant Queen has broken through for her first metropolitan success with an all-the-way win at Sandown. A $1500 yearling at the Scone sales in 2014, Elegant Queen has returned her connections almost $125,000 following Wednesday’s win in the M & D Constructions Handicap (1400m). Ridden by apprentice Ethan Brown,… Read More »

  • Olly Tait to return to the Riverina

    Olly Tait will return to his roots with the much-travelled bloodstock expert and his wife Amber buying Twin Hills Stud at Cootamundra in the NSW Riverina. The property will provide racehorse and broodmare agistment, sales preparation and consignment as well as being home to the Taits’ bloodstock. The Taits will… Read More »

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