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Horse Racing News in Australia

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  • Northern Zoom to be kept to sprints

    Trainer Trevor Bailey will keep class mare Northern Zoom to sprint races after her barnstorming win on Wednesday. Northern Zoom ($3.20) came from near the tail of the field and was too strong for a handy field in the Class Three Hcp (1200m) at Ipswich. The mare, who is by… Read More »

     
  • Dandino draws widest in Caulfield Cup

    Owner Darren Dance will rely on his jockey to overcome Dandino’s outside draw in the Caulfield Cup. The manager of Australian Thoroughbred Bloodstock, Dance has two runners in Saturday’s $3 million Cup (240mom), Seismos and 2013 runner-up Dandino. The pair, both trained in the UK by Marco Botti, came up… Read More »

     
  • Bring Something gives Keys a Caulfield win

    Trainer Ken Keys has cheered home a winner at this year’s Caulfield Cup carnival – even if it wasn’t in the $1 million feature he craved. Keys had raging favourite Rich Enuff in last Saturday’s Caulfield Guineas as he chased his first Group One win as a trainer, but the… Read More »

     
  • Fast facts on the Caulfield Cup

    THE $3 MILLION CAULFIELD CUP – WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW HISTORY: First run in 1879 when won by Newminster, the Caulfield Cup is a 2400m handicap and 18 years younger than the Melbourne Cup. * From 1879 to 1881 run in the autumn. Two Cups were run in 1881… Read More »

     
  • La Amistad in do-or-die Melb Cup bid

    One of the spring’s most anticipated but so far unfulfilled racing campaigns will reach a pivotal moment for La Amistad when she runs in the City Tattersall’s Club Cup at Randwick. Starting her preparation as one of the favourites to win the Melbourne Cup, La Amistad has steadily fallen out… Read More »

     
  • Bande in top order for Caulfield Cup

    Lessons learned more than 30 years ago may help Japanese trainer Yoshito Yahagi take out the Caulfield Cup. Yahagi spent time in Australia before becoming a trainer in his home country and learned from two of Australia’s premier conditioners, Bart Cummings and Neville Begg, describing it as an invaluable experience…. Read More »

     
  • Bondeiger a chance for Derby call-up

    The Victoria Derby is now a target for the Danny O’Brien-trained Bondeiger following his tenacious win at Caulfield. O’Brien said the three-year-old was likely to have his next start in the Moonee Valley Vase over 2040m on Cox Plate day after his hard-fought win in the 1600m Champagne Pommery for… Read More »

     
  • Mission primed for Champion bid

    Trainer Lady Cecil believes Noble Mission is in the right shape ahead of what could be a highly charged send-off for the five-year-old in Saturday’s Champion Stakes at Ascot. Frankel’s younger brother is to have what is scheduled to be his final start in the same race in which the… Read More »

     
  • Stakes winner Rudy makes Doomben return

    A brilliant trial win and a possible Doomben track bias have combined to persuade trainer Helen Page to send Rudy round in open company at Doomben. Rudy hasn’t started since finishing second last in the Queensland Derby over 2400m in June when he was forced to lead from the outside… Read More »

     
  • Tabcorp signs co-mingling deal with HK

    Victorian TAB customers can bet into the huge Hong Kong pools on races at Sha Tin and Happy Valley following agreement for co-mingling between Tabcorp and HKJC Horse Betting Limited. The co-mingling into pools on the most common bet types, which include win, place, quinella and trifecta, begins with Wednesday… Read More »

     
  • Rawnaq breaks through for another win

    Almost two years after being placed in the Victoria Derby, Rawnaq has snapped an even longer absence from the winner’s circle at Caulfield. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained five-year-old had not won since his maiden at Wagga Wagga in June 2012 in a 14-start career restricted by injury. Rawnaq… Read More »

     
  • Toronado to run in Breeders’ Cup Mile

    Toronado has been redirected from the Queen Elizabeth II Stakes at Ascot to the Breeders’ Cup Mile at Santa Anita. The four-year-old was one of the leading contenders for the 1600m event on Champions Day after winning the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot and claiming second in both the… Read More »

     
  • Carly-Mae Pye lived for horses

    Jockey Carly Mae Pye, who has died from injuries suffered in a fall at Rockhampton racecourse, had lived for horses almost all her life. The 26-year-old suffered severe head neck and chest injuries when a horse she was riding in a jump-out on Monday broke its two front legs, and… Read More »

     
  • Lucia Valentina draws 12 in Cup

    Lucia Valentina remains the firm favourite for the Caulfield Cup after drawing barrier 12 in the field of 18 plus four emergencies. The Kris Lees-trained mare, a last-start winner of the Turnbull Stakes, will move in two places on Saturday if the reserves drawn inside her fail to get a… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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