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Horse Racing News

  • Noel Mayfield-Smith upbeat about Waldo

    While his stable star won’t be contesting a Group One sprint this weekend, Noel Mayfield-Smith is looking forward to the debut of a two-year-old with promise. Million dollar earner Famous Seamus, a close third in last year’s Manikato Stakes, will not run in the race on Friday night with his… Read More »

     
  • Brad Rawiller upbeat about Plate chances

    Hong Kong-based Nash Rawiller has picked up the ride on one of the local Cox Plate contenders while his brother Brad is confident about his chances aboard an international visitor. Nash Rawiller has been called on to ride the Chris Waller-trained Preferment in Saturday’s $3 million race to replace the… Read More »

     
  • Test blood not urine, inquiry hears

    A blood sample rather than urine should be used to test for cobalt levels in horses, a pharmaceutical expert has told an inquiry. Father and son trainers Lee and Shannon Hope are fighting charges after three of their horses returned cobalt levels above the threshold of 200 micrograms per litre… Read More »

     
  • Matt Rudolph acted improperly – RNSW says

    Senior Australian Turf Club executive Matt Rudolph has been found to have acted improperly in relation to the Sam Kavanagh cobalt scandal. The ATC’s executive manager, racing, Rudolph was asked to show cause to a sub committee of the board of Racing NSW after an investigation revealed he had met… Read More »

     
  • Mongolian Khan gets 1kg Cup penalty

    Mongolian Khan has firmed in Melbourne Cup betting after being handed a one kilogram penalty. The Caulfield Cup winner was tightened from $7 to $6 equal second favourite after Racing Victoria’s chief handicapper Greg Carpenter announced the penalty on Monday which takes his Melbourne Cup weight to 56kg. Mongolian Khan… Read More »

     
  • Cobalt could accumulate in horses: expert

    Three horses trained by Lee and Shannon Hope could have recorded high cobalt readings after a long-term and legal administration regime, an expert has told an inquiry. Monash University Professor Colin Chapman said it was possible the long-term program of nutritional supplementation and injectable medicines containing cobalt could result in… Read More »

     
  • Mongolian Khan gets 1kg penalty

    Caulfield Cup winner Mongolian Khan has been given a one kilogram penalty for the Melbourne Cup. The penalty takes the Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained four-year-old’s Melbourne Cup weight to 56kg. Mongolian Khan won Saturday’s Caulfield Cup by half a length from Trip To Paris to claim his third Group… Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman to ride Winx in Cox Plate

    Hugh Bowman has confirmed Winx as his Cox Plate ride with Nash Rawiller to partner her Chris Waller-trained stablemate Preferment. Bowman had the choice of the pair while the Hong Kong-based Rawiller will replace Blake Shinn who was suspended at Seymour on Sunday and misses Saturday’s $3 million Cox Plate…. Read More »

     
  • Quest For More draws wide in Geelong Cup

    International visitor Quest For More has drawn a wide barrier for the Group Three Geelong Cup in a capacity field. Quest For More was left stranded as the first emergency for Saturday’s Caulfield Cup and the Roger Charlton-trained gelding will instead make his spring carnival debut in Wednesday’s $300,000 race… Read More »

     
  • Cup penalty for Mongolian Khan

    Caulfield Cup winning-trainer Murray Baker is hoping the handicapper is lenient with Mongolian Khan when he decides on a Melbourne Cup penalty. Baker said he hoped Racing Victoria’s Greg Carpenter would give the four-year-old no more than an extra kilogram on top of his original weight of 55kg. Carpenter will… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn to miss Cox Plate ride

    Blake Shinn’s hopes of a first Cox Plate have been thwarted by a careless riding suspension out of the Seymour Cup in country Victoria. The jockey was outed for eight meetings for causing interference to two other runners in the early stages of Sunday’s race won by Turn Me Loose… Read More »

     
  • Bosson wins another feature race in Vic

    Star New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson has capped a memorable week with another feature winner in Victoria. After experiencing his biggest thrill in racing aboard Mongolian Khan in Saturday’s $3 million Caulfield Cup, Bosson combined again with trainer Murray Baker on Sunday to win the $150,000 Listed Seymour Cup with… Read More »

     
  • Tourneur to ride Let’s Make Adeal in Cup

    Adelaide jockey Dom Tourneur will ride lightweight Melbourne Cup hope Let’s Make Adeal. Tourneur, who rode Eclair Choice to a dead-heat for first in the Group Two Caulfield Sprint on Saturday, will also ride the Nigel Blackiston-trained mare in this week’s Moonee Valley Cup. Let’s Make Adeal earned an automatic… Read More »

     
  • Upcoming cups on Araldo Junior’s radar

    Imported Mike Moroney-trained stayer Araldo Junior will be one of the hopes of the stable this spring, albeit not at the top level. Moroney’s highly credentialled three-year-olds, Alaskan Rose and Tulsa, have had their Classic campaigns terminated. A last-start winner of the Benalla Cup on October 2, Araldo Junior has… Read More »