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Horse Racing News

  • Heza Dude has the fight for Caulfield

    A horse lucky to be alive will bring his trainer to tears if he can land a city win at Caulfield. Heza Dude heads to town for the first time to contest the Canaccord Genuity Handicap (1200m) on Saturday with his trainer Udyta Clarke emotional every time he starts. It… Read More »

     
  • Counterattack has star potential: Waller

    Chris Waller is keeping a level head with two-year-old Counterattack but the fact the colt reminds him of two Group One-winning stablemates is hard to ignore. The premier trainer has a history of unearthing late-blooming youngsters at this time of year and has high hopes Counterattack can become his latest…. Read More »

     
  • Rex Lipp pinning Toowoomba hopes on Stride

    Toowoomba’s premier race day would not be the same without local trainer Rex Lipp having a top chance in a feature race. Lipp has twice won Toowoomba’s feature sprint, the Weetwood (1200m), and has been successful four times in the Toowoomba Cup (2100m). He doesn’t have a runner in either… Read More »

     
  • Feature jumps races heading bush

    Victoria’s feature jumps races will be run on country tracks this year following the closure of Sandown for the rest of the season. The Sandown Hillside and Lakeside tracks will undergo remedial work following heavy criticism over the state of both surfaces. The Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase has been transferred… Read More »

     
  • Scone trainer banned over use of ice

    Luke Griffith has been banned for four years after the trainer and three of his horses returned positive tests to methamphetamine. Racing NSW stewards concluded an inquiry into the matter at Scone on Thursday when they found Griffith guilty of administering a prohibited substance to a trio of his gallopers… Read More »

     
  • Bowman hoping for Adelaide Miracles

    The chance to win a Group One race on one of his favourite horses was enough to convince Hugh Bowman to make a rare trip to Adelaide on Saturday. The top Sydney jockey has developed a rapport with Miracles Of Life since she joined the Peter and Paul Snowden stable… Read More »

     
  • Trainer banned for four years over ice

    Scone trainer Luke Griffith has been disqualified for four years after he and three of his horses tested positive to methamphetamine. The penalty has been handed down by Racing NSW stewards at an inquiry at Scone racecourse on Thursday. His ban will start on May 8 but he will not… Read More »

     
  • Messara launches Power bid for Guineas

    The race that launched the career of Paul Messara’s first racetrack star will be an important stepping stone in the development of his latest prodigy. Messara will saddle up Rekindled Power in the Group Three Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) on Saturday, the same race Alverta won in 2007 on the way… Read More »

     
  • Mallyon gets back on the winner’s list

    Apprentice Katelyn Mallyon has made a return to the winner’s enclosure at Ballarat after spending two months out of the saddle through injury. Mallyon was sidelined after aggravating an old back injury in a fall at Moonee Valley on February 27. The 21-year-old returned to race riding at Kyneton on… Read More »

     
  • Hurrara faces battle for second Gold Rush

    Hurrara faces battle for second Gold Rush

    Local apprentice Claire Nutman is fully aware of the challenges Hurrara faces in his bid to win the Gold Rush at Hawkesbury for a second time. The Garry Frazer-trained gelding claimed the $125,000 sprint by a half neck over Ichihara last year. But the seven-year-old has been slow to hit… Read More »

     
  • Hosting right for a return to winning form

    Hosting right for a return to winning form

    An important claim and a favourable barrier have given trainer Greg Eurell confidence Hosting can bounce back to winning form at Caulfield. To be ridden by 3kg claiming apprentice Jessica Payne, Hosting lines up in Saturday’s Changing Places Real Estate Handicap (1440m). A five-year-old gelding by Chilean-bred sire Host, Hosting… Read More »

     
  • Waller’s Hawkesbury Cup team on track

    They have raced at Dalby in Queensland, Epsom in England, South Australia’s Balaklava and the famous French course Longchamp. In fact, Chris Waller’s seven Hawkesbury Gold Cup runners have competed at more than 50 different tracks between them. But just one has been to Hawkesbury – once. Of the trainer’s… Read More »

     
  • Colin Little fined over postive swab

    Melbourne trainer Colin Little has been fined $1750 after one of his horses returned a positive swab to the banned anti-inflammatory Ibuprofen. A post-race sample taken from Phantom Brew after he won at Caulfield on February 14 showed the presence of the drug. Little pleaded guilty and was fined $1500… Read More »

     
  • Phelan Ready and Facile Tigre in Weetwood

    Stablemates Phelan Ready and Facile Tigre might be in the twilight of their careers but trainer Jason McLachlan believes they still have something to give. The two eight-year-olds begin what are possibly their final campaigns in Saturday’s Listed Weetwood Hcp (1200m) at Toowoomba. They were earmarked by McLachlan’s late father… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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