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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Madotti’s Magic set for Millions

    Trainer Matt Dunn can afford to take his time plotting filly Madotti’s Magic, Millions Classic campaign after her strong win at Doomben on Saturday. Dunn is sure Madotti can measure up to the race on January 10 and her Doomben win should ensure she makes the field. A filly by… Read More »

     
  • Flemington next stop for Weir-trained Star

    After success at the Caulfield carnival, connections of Stratum Star now have their eyes set firmly on Melbourne Cup week at Flemington. The Darren Weir-trained Stratum Star made it three wins from his last four starts when victorious in the Crown Lager Stakes (1400m) on Saturday. Ridden by Brad Rawiller,… Read More »

     
  • Salerno stakes Magic Millions claims

    A favourable barrier draw has helped two-year-old Salerno cause an upset at Randwick and stake his claim for the Magic Millions. The Paul Perry-trained colt was well beaten on debut in the Breeders’ Plate earlier this month when he jumped from the outside gate. From barrier two, Jeff Lloyd was… Read More »

     
  • Sea Spray wins opener at Caulfield

    The John Maloney-trained Sea Spray had her supporters in the opening race at Caulfield and held on for victory over the luckless favourite Azkadellia. Sea Spray, who firmed from $7 to $4.20 in Saturday’s Yellowglen Plate (1400m), overcame a tardy start to work into a midfield position on the rails… Read More »

     
  • Douglas Whyte rates Junoob live Cup chance

    Douglas Whyte has done his homework ahead of his Caulfield Cup debut. And now the champion jockey is hoping to add his name to the list of Hong Kong-based riders who have snared Australian Group One glory in recent years. Whyte, winner of 13-straight Hong Kong premierships until losing the… Read More »

     
  • Bande, Dear Demi out of $3m Caulfield Cup

    The build up to the Caulfield Cup has had another day of drama with fancied Japanese runner and expected leader Bande one of two more scratchings from the $3 million race. Racing Victoria’s head veterinary Dr Brian Stewart recommended the scratching of Bande on Friday after inspecting the stayer at… Read More »

     
  • Adelaide horse trainer David Balfour dies

    Hall of Fame trainer Leon Macdonald has nothing but good memories of his close friend David Balfour who has died in Adelaide after a long illness aged 62. After spending 18 years as a jockey, Balfour switched to training and plied his trade in Australia, Malaysia and Singapore. He began… Read More »

     
  • Randwick to pay tribute to fallen jockeys

    The Australian Jockeys’ Association will hold a ceremony before racing at Randwick to remember their colleagues Carly-Mae Pye and Caitlin Forrest who died in falls earlier this week. Wreaths will be laid at Randwick’s memorial to fallen jockeys before Saturday’s meeting with Australian Racing Christian Chaplaincy’s Brother Dan Stafford and… Read More »

     
  • Alexander and Bayliss combine with Renew

    Fledgling trainer Archie Alexander has been thrust into the spotlight with surprise Caulfield Cup runner Renew who will be ridden by 17-year-old apprentice Regan Bayliss. The five-year-old was the fourth emergency for Saturday’s $3 million race and gained a start with the scratchings of high-profile horses Dandino, Gris Caro, Bande… Read More »

     
  • Fringe Melb Cup horses under microscope

    Melbourne Cup entry Brigantin will need to win convincingly at Randwick for trainer Chris Waller to change course towards Australia’s greatest race. Brigantin will be one of four horses trying to improve their position in the Melbourne Cup order of entry when they run in the $100,000 City Tattersall’s Club… Read More »

     
  • Favourite spot on for Caulfield Cup: Lees

    As he prepares to chase the most important win of his training career, Kris Lees is confident Lucia Valentina is going as well as she can go leading into a Group One race. Lucia Valentina has tightened her grip on favouritism after second favourite Bande was scratched because of a… Read More »

     
  • Bruce McHugh loses AI case in High Court

    Bruce McHugh has lost his bid to have artificial insemination introduced to the Australian thoroughbred breeding industry. The High Court on Friday denied the former bookmaker and Sydney Turf Club chairman leave to appeal a Federal Court decision that Australian Racing Board rules were not anti-competitive or a restraint of… Read More »

     
  • Dear Demi scratched from G1 Caulfield Cup

    Last year’s third placegetter Dear Demi is out of the Caulfield Cup with a throat infection, giving fourth emergency Renew a start. The withdrawal of the Clarry Conners-trained John Singleton-owned mare comes after the scratchings of Dandino and Gris Caro on Thursday due to injury and Japanese horse Bande on… Read More »

     
  • Owner remains cautious about Deep Field

    As Deep Field’s Lightning Stakes opposition falls away, bookmakers have him close to a sure thing. But his owner Alan Bell is a little more cautious. A former trainer and racing administrator, Bell has raced many turf luminaries including Schillaci, Primacy and Grand Armee and is all too aware of… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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