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  • I’m Imposing wins back-to-back Summer Cups

    Already a stable favourite, I’m Imposing now has special place in the Chris Waller team after claiming back-to-back wins in the Summer Cup at Randwick. He became just the first horse to win the race twice since Donald in 1928-29 and only the second horse in more than a century […]

     
  • Parnham lands G3 winner in flying visit

    Perth apprentice Chris Parnham made the most of a flying visit to Melbourne by capturing the feature race at Sandown on Friday. The training team of Leon and Troy Corstens enticed the 17-year-old to Melbourne for the Sandown meeting and Parnham didn’t let them down by guiding Tried And Tired […]

     
  • Bayliss responds for Moody for Sandown win

    Trainer Peter Moody felt he was owed a winner by his apprentice Regan Bayliss on Herstory and the talented young rider delivered. Moody thought Bayliss, who has earned plenty of praise as he has risen to the top of the Melbourne apprentices’ premiership, had erred in a couple of rides […]

     
  • Unkindest cut works wonders for Saluter

    Trainer Rob Heathcote’s decision to geld five-year-old Saluter proved an immediate winner at the Sunshine Coast on Friday. Saluter did his early racing as a rig and won the Magic Millions Guineas as a three-year-old. However, after Saluter ran four seconds in a row earlier this year, Heathcote convinced connections […]

     
  • Purple Smile out to confirm staying target

    Thoughts about the Adelaide Cup with Purple Smile are likely to strengthen if the stayer can win at Moonee Valley on Saturday. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained four-year-old won a midweek benchmark race over 2400m at a Mornington metropolitan meeting last start and is favourite for the Melbourne Signage […]

     
  • Cobblestones continues Moloney form surge

    Caulfield trainer John Moloney continued his impressive run of form when Cobblestones won at Sandown on Thursday. Cobblestones’ victory in the Alan Wicks Handicap was Moloney’s 15th win from his past 50 starters. Ridden by apprentice Jye McNeil, Cobblestones was supported from $4.40 into $3.90 before scoring a half-length win […]

     
  • Conners hoping mare fares well in Classic

    On the same day her younger brother makes a much-anticipated debut at Moonee Valley, Fare Well will be out for an elusive stakes victory at Canterbury. Both four-year-old Fare Well and two-year-old Headwater are siblings of the unraced Emaratee who is famous as the $4 million sale topper at Easter […]

     
  • Natuzzi to bypass Railway for Telegraph

    Paul Richards won’t let Natuzzi’s outstanding Newmarket Handicap win change his mind about contesting the Railway Stakes next week. The listed 1200-metre race at Ellerslie is a traditional lead-up to the Railway (1200m) on the same track on New Year’s Day, but Richards says he will bypass the race in […]

     
  • Gear change works for Von Classic Hero

    With more time and experience, co-trainer Mathew Ellerton thinks Von Classic Hero has a bright future. But for now Ellerton said Von Classic Hero was a “dumb bugger” who would learn a lot from his Boxing Day win at Sandown. Ellerton decided to remove the blinkers from Von Classic Hero […]

     
  • TVN shareholders to go their separate ways

    There has been a split between the NSW and Victorian shareholders in horse racing broadcaster TVN as the rights divide continues. It means each state will be responsible for its own broadcast and digital media rights with NSW likely to sign with the Tabcorp-owned Sky Racing. A TVN statement said […]