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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Moody says Dissident’s aim is 2000m races

    Dissident will have class on his side in the Rupert Clarke Stakes even though Peter Moody warns the Cox Plate favourite is being trained for longer races in the coming weeks. Moody took the opportunity to give the triple Group One winner a gallop at Moonee Valley on Monday morning […]

  • Alamalad gets first look at Moonee Valley

    Group One winner Almalad has had his first look at Moonee Valley as trainer Gai Waterhouse continues to eye a possible Cox Plate start for the three-year-old. Almalad, the J J Atkins Stakes winner from last season, was taken to Moonee Valley on Monday morning and worked solo ahead of […]

  • Kirramosa ready to step up a level

    The Caulfield Cup remains the objective for Kirramosa despite rain interrupting her early preparation. The mare runs in Saturday’s Shannon Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill at what will be just her third start since she won last year’s VRC Oaks. Trainer John Sargent pulled the pin on the autumn when Kirramosa […]

  • Gris Caro not penalised for Caulfield Cup

    The Jake Stephens-trained Gris Caro has not received a Caulfield Cup penalty for his Naturalism Stakes win. Gris Caro earned a ballot exemption for the Caulfield Cup with his win in Saturday’s Group Three Naturalism (2000m) at Caulfield. He has 50kg in the Caulfield Cup and Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper […]

  • Scissor Kick to run in Stan Fox Stakes

    Golden Rose runner-up Scissor Kick will remain in Sydney for the Stan Fox Stakes despite also being nominated for a Melbourne race this weekend. Scissor Kick is among the entries for Friday night’s Group Two Bill Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley but trainer Paul Messara plans to start the talented […]

  • Lankan Rupee on target for Moir Stakes

    Lankan Rupee has put his working partner to the sword in a Moonee Valley gallop to suggest the star sprinter is on target for the Group One Moir Stakes. The Mick Price-trained Lankan Rupee, the highest ranked sprinter in the world, suffered a shock first-up defeat in the McEwen Stakes […]

  • Buffering primed for Moir Stakes

    Trainer Rob Heathcote’s plan to ambush star galloper Lankan Rupee in Friday’s Group One Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley has come unstuck through an unlikely source. Queensland’s three time Horse of the Year, Buffering ran second to Samaready in the Moir last year at the start of a campaign which […]

  • Pienkna must step up for Gollan

    Trainer Tony Gollan is prepared to pull the pin on the Melbourne spring carnival campaign of classy filly Pienkna if he is not happy with her this week. Pienkna won her first two starts in Brisbane before finishing eighth the Cap D’Antibes Handicap at Flemington on September 13. She is […]

  • Almalad to run in Bill Stutt Stakes

    Group One winner Almalad will make his Melbourne debut at Moonee Valley as trainer Gai Waterhouse chases a third-straight Bill Stutt Stakes victory. Almalad, winner of the J J Atkins, arrived at Waterhouse’s Flemington base last week and will run in Friday night’s Group Two race over 1600m at Moonee […]

  • Waller strengthens Cox Plate hand

    The Cox Plate stocks of trainer Chris Waller have soared on the back of his dominance of Group One racing in two states. Waller collected his first interstate Group One double on Saturday when Sacred Falls beat stablemate Royal Descent in the George Main Stakes in Sydney, 15 minutes before […]