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  • McEvoy’s 2YOs start northern push to glory

    Trainer Tony McEvoy’s gamble to spend up on yearlings has paid early dividends and now the strong crop of two-year-olds is heading north in search of more success. The first of the stable’s raiders will be Illumicon who is set to debut in Saturday’s Golden Gift (1100m) at Rosehill. McEvoy… Read More »

  • Juveniles have look around Moonee Valley

    Unraced filly No Reward has pleased Sam Pritchard-Gordon in a Moonee Valley gallop but the trainer will wait until later in the week before confirming if the two-year-old makes her debut at the same track. No Reward is entered for Saturday’s 1000m race for juveniles and Mornington-based Pritchard-Gordon took the… Read More »

  • Vic trainers chase increased prize money

    Victorian racehorse trainers want a level playing field with their NSW counterparts, fearing they will lose owners across the border unless there is an increase in prize money. On October 1, races in the Sydney metropolitan area were increased to $100,000 which is $20,000 more than the average Saturday race… Read More »

  • Payroll on path to Magic Millions race

    After a confidence boosting win at Cranbourne, talented mare Payroll will take her next step towards a rich summer target when she runs at Moonee Valley. The Richard Laming-trained Payroll is being aimed at the $1 million Magic Millions Trophy (2200m) at the Gold Coast in January and runs over… Read More »

  • Artistic Beauty gets midweek shot at Farm

    The Highway race series was the advertisement which helped Mudgee trainer Cameron Crockett secure Artistic Beauty from Sydney-based owners the Hardy family. The Hardys had previously had horses with Crockett’s father Max, but they were struck down by injury. After they saw horses from Crockett’s stable perform well in the… Read More »

  • Melbourne metro debut for UK apprentice

    The latest UK-based apprentice to travel to Victoria for a summer riding stint will hit the city arena in Melbourne for the first time when he rides at Sandown. English apprentice Patrick ‘Paddy’ Pilley started a three-month loan with Flemington trainer Nigel Blackiston a couple of weeks ago and has… Read More »

  • Beach closures have trainers worried

    Warrnambool trainers may need to compromise after having access to beaches in the area restricted. Horses will be banned from working on two of the beaches during the summer months while horse numbers will be restricted at other locations. Jane Baker, secretary of the South West Owners, Trainers and Riders… Read More »

  • NZ G1 winner to be trained in Sydney

    New Zealand Group One winner Ugo Foscolo will join the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott in Sydney following a change in his ownership. Trained by Stephen Marsh to win five of his six starts including the 2000 Guineas, Ugo Foscolo will be raced by in a partnership headed by prominent… Read More »

  • Rebel Dane wins trial ahead of HK trip

    Rebel Dane has put in a solid performance to win a 1000m-barrier trial at Rosehill ahead of his upcoming trip to Hong Kong. The Gary Portelli-trained dual Group One-winning sprinter will be Australia’s lone representative at the International meeting at Sha Tin on December 11. Ben Melham made the trip… Read More »

  • Promising 2yo colt Salvador set to debut

    While he passed through a ready-to-run sale without meeting his reserve, two-year-old Salvador is showing enough promise for Wendy Roche to be considering a tilt at a race worth more than 10 times his price tag. The trainer bought the colt for $46,000 from the Inglis Classic yearling sale with… Read More »

  • Terravista heads G1 Winterbottom Stakes

    A field of 12 will contest Perth’s biggest sprint race, the Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot. Saturday’s Group One race over 1200m has attracted five eastern states visitors who will tackle seven local sprinters. The field is headed by the Joe Pride-trained Terravista who is coming off a last start second… Read More »

  • Big names relicensed to ride in Singapore

    Six expatriate Australian jockeys have had their licences extended to ride in Singapore. Danny Beasley, Corey Brown, Vlad Duric, John Powell and Michael Rodd have been granted 12-month licences in 2017 while Glen Boss has been granted a licence for the first six months of the new year. Duric, who… Read More »

  • Mayfield-Smith to bring two to Rosehill

    Romney’s Choice’s last-start second as favourite in a Class Four race at Hawkesbury is looking a lot better now with the winner, Circular, backing up her win with success in the Goulburn Cup. Trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith will bring Romney’s Choice from Hawkesbury to Rosehill on Saturday confident she can be… Read More »

  • Sirbible chases more money at the Valley

    Just on a year ago, trainer Russell Bell made the long haul down from Alice Springs to win a race with Sirbible at Moonee Valley. On Saturday Sirbible chases a fourth win at the track, this time from a new training base at Colac. Sirbible won another race at Moonee… Read More »

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