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Horse Racing News

  • Criterion impresses in special gallop

    David Hayes has described Criterion as equal to any horse he has trained in many years after the four-year-old’s impressive raceday work-out at Sandown. Hayes and Tom Dabernig took over the training of the dual Group One winner late last year and the horse will do his autumn racing in… Read More »

     
  • I’m Belucci to cement potential at Doomben

    Desleigh Forster has resisted the temptation to add blinkers to the race gear of promising youngster I’m Belucci as he takes his next step to the Brisbane winter carnival. I’m Belucci will be having his second race start in Saturday’s Greenslopes Emergency Two-Year-Old (1350m) at Doomben. The colt came from… Read More »

     
  • Silver Slipper looms as pivotal test

    Paceman can work as well as any two-year-old Peter Snowden has nurtured but the unbeaten youngster still has to prove himself to the trainer in the Silver Slipper Stakes at Rosehill. In the absence of the Gai Waterhouse-trained star Vancouver, Paceman is one of six unbeaten juveniles among eight acceptors… Read More »

     
  • Dunn fails in appeal, misses Deep Field

    A disappointed Dwayne Dunn will miss the ride on Deep field in the Lightning Stakes but is confident the sprinter can keep his unbeaten record intact. Dunn failed in his appeal on Wednesday to have a careless riding ban reduced so he could partner Deep Field in Saturday’s Group One… Read More »

     
  • Group winning mare Solicit going to NSW

    Smart Victorian mare Solicit is heading north to the Gerald Ryan stable at Rosehill. Previously trained by the training partnership of Matthew Ellerton & Simon Zahra at Flemington, Solicit has been sent to Ryan in a bid to recapture form after some disappointing runs from her standard. Zahra confirmed that… Read More »

     
  • Andrew Catterall resigns from Racing Vic

    Andrew Catterall, one of Racing Victoria’s main strategists in the on-going TVN saga, has resigned. Catterall was RV’s chief commercial and strategy officer for two years and was one of the driving forces in negotiations for current and future media rights. However differing views on how to implement the media… Read More »

     
  • Vain Queen set to miss Lightning Stakes

    Despite a small field and a liking for the Flemington straight, Vain Queen will miss the Group One Lightning Stakes on Saturday. Instead, the mare will run in the Group One Oakleigh Plate (1100m) at Caulfield on Saturday week. Trainer John Sadler and part-owner Phil Green wrestled with the idea… Read More »

     
  • Hallowed can lead way for Leilani Lodge

    James Cummings is certain one of the most famous stables in racing can hitch its autumn to the deeds of the Golden Rose winner Hallowed Crown, starting in the Hobartville Stakes on Saturday. “He is a great horse to have in the stable, he really lifts the whole stable,” Cummings… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria Executive quits over arguing

    Racing Victoria manager of Strategy and Development Officer Andrew Catterall has quit Racing Victoria. Catterall is reported to have left RV over major differences in the direction of RV’s media rights, Catterall and couple of others who still remain with Racing Victoria had been arguing with the board which is… Read More »

     
  • Gear change for Thurlow in Blue Diamond

    Blue Diamond Stakes contender Thurlow will figure in a gear switch for the $1 million race. Blinkers will be replaced by a visor when Thurlow lines up in Melbourne’s premier two-year-old event at Caulfield on February 28. Trainer Robert Smerdon and jockey Craig Williams decided on a gear switch after… Read More »

     
  • Williams new rider for Brazen Beau

    Williams new rider for Brazen Beau

    Talented sprinter Brazen Beau will return to racing in this weekends Black Caviar Lightning Stakes at Flemington on Saturday. Trainer Chris Waller has engaged Melbourne based jockey Craig Williams for the ride on the speedy 3 year old. Williams and Waller have combined 9 times this season for only 1… Read More »

     
  • Price puts finishing touches on Rupee prep

    Star sprinter Lankan Rupee will have a quiet week on the training track in preparation for his clash with Deep Field in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. The equal top rated sprinter in the world, Lankan Rupee returns from a 15-week break in the Group One sprint over 1000m on… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate winner Adelaide in trial return

    Chris Waller insists he is no closer to confirming a return race for Adelaide after the Cox Plate winner made his first public appearance for the leading trainer on Tuesday. Left in the care of the all-conquering Waller after winning the Cox Plate for champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien, Adelaide… Read More »

     
  • Bigger plans await returning Royal Ocean

    Royal Ocean, a filly earmarked for loftier races, makes her return from a break at Sandown on Wednesday. The lightly raced Royal Ocean resumes in the Schweppes Handicap (1300m) with trainer Mick Price warning the race might be too short for the three-year-old. After six starts Royal Ocean has one… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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