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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Money wins out for first starter

    Connections of impressive trial winner Deja Blue will go chasing the money instead of black type when the filly makes her debut at Sandown. The Robbie Griffiths-trained two-year-old has been nominated for two races on Saturday, a sales-restricted race worth $250,000 and a Group Three with prize money of $150,000…. Read More »

     
  • Pelicano out to add stakes win in Tasmania

    Pelicano has already won Cups in three states and will be seeking to make it four in Tasmania. Trainer Tony McEvoy has pinpointed the Group Three Hobart Cup (2400m) on February 9 and the Launceston Cup later in the month as ideal targets for the six-year-old. The gelding won four… Read More »

     
  • Protectionist, Red Cadeaux to clash again

    Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist and runner-up Red Cadeaux will meet again in Australia this autumn. Protectionist, now with Kris Lees at Newcastle after Andreas Wohler trained him to win the Cup, won a 1200m barrier trial at Newcastle on Monday morning. Red Cadeaux has been in quarantine since last week… Read More »

     
  • Oakleigh Girl chasing Melbourne Group One

    Brisbane filly Oakleigh Girl is back on track for a Melbourne campaign aimed at the race which inspired her name. The three-year-old has not raced since she finished fifth in the Group Three Royal Randwick Stakes in April last year and missed a planned return in last month’s Magic Millions… Read More »

     
  • Buick and Doyle to ride in Sydney

    Leading British jockeys William Buick and James Doyle will ride for Godolphin during the Sydney autumn carnival. The two were contracted late last year by Sheikh Mohammed’s operation. John Ferguson, Sheikh Mohammed’s bloodstock advisor, is keen to see both Buick and Doyle continue to advertise their talents on the world… Read More »

     
  • Moment Of Change in colic scare

    Triple Group One winner Moment Of Change has undergone emergency surgery for colic and will miss at least the autumn. Trainer Peter Moody said on Twitter the gelding was recovering well after Sunday’s operation. “Moment Of Change had emergency colic surgery today. Happy to report he is up and recovering…. Read More »

     
  • Slipper doesn’t fit Fireworks

    Owner John Camilleri is prepared to pay the $150,000 Golden Slipper late entry fee for Fireworks but trainer Gerald Ryan says it won’t be necessary. The $3.5 million Slipper on March 21 was not in the thoughts of either when the diminutive filly arrived at Ryan’s stable in September. Her… Read More »

     
  • Keys looking to stayers after tough week

    Trainer Ken Keys has been around racehorses a long time and knows the pitfalls only too well. But he was decidedly flat when he talked of the injury that has ruled stable star Rich Enuff out of the autumn. A high white cell count forced Keys to ease up on… Read More »

     
  • Tawteen on trial for Dubai in G1 Lightning

    Tawteen will be tested against some of Australia’s best sprinters in the Lightning Stakes to determine whether she takes on the world. The three-year-old resumed with victory in a 955m sprint at Moonee Valley on Friday night on the same program her stablemate Sistonic, a close relation to Black Caviar,… Read More »

     
  • Denarius to step up as a winter contender

    Some detective work by trainer Brian Wakefield to track down the dam of his winter carnival hope Denarius has paid off with the mare in foal to Red Element. Denarius rocketed into winter carnival calculations with an impressive win in a three-year-old event over 1110 metres at Doomben on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Catkins to defend Breeders Classic title

    Group One placegetters Catkins and Delectation head Chris Waller’s team for Rosehill as momentum builds towards the autumn carnival. A defence of the Group Two Breeders’ Classic (1200m) is Saturday’s target for Catkins who will be joined by stablemate Arinosa in the mares’ 1200m sprint. Delectation begins his campaign in… Read More »

     
  • Nozomi gearing up for return

    Victoria Derby placegetter Nozomi has shown enough in a Cranbourne barrier trial to convince co-trainer Lee Freedman he can take another step in the autumn. The son of Street Cry wasn’t pushed around when sixth in his heat behind Zebulon who ran the 800 metres in 46.03 secs. Freedman, who… Read More »

     
  • Injury to sideline Luke Dittman for months

    Apprentice Luke Dittman is expected to be out of action for around three months with neck and shoulder injuries suffered in a race fall. Dittman was riding the favourite Eljetem who, along with Atarartzi (Ric McMahon), fell in a race at the Sunshine Coast on Australia Day. McMahon escaped serious… Read More »

     
  • Strength of Oliver gets outsider home

    A track change in Adelaide paved the way to a Flemington victory for River’s Lane on Saturday. Trainer Ryan Balfour was preparing the eight-year-old for a race over 1800m at Morphettville on Saturday but a delay in track renovations resulted in the meeting being transferred to the inner Parks track…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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