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Horse Racing News

  • Watermans Bay sprints to Victoria Hcp win

    Former Perth gelding Disposition was the horse many expected to win the Victoria Handicap but it was another horse from the west who took the honours at Caulfield. Watermans Bay was coming off a Newmarket Handicap failure but bounced back to form with a short-neck victory in Saturday’s Group Three… Read More »

     
  • Sertorious claims Group Three Easter Cup

    Lessons learned have paved the way for Sertorius to take out the Easter Cup at Caulfield. Sertorius had a strenuous autumn campaign 12 months ago in a six-run preparation which left the gelding flat for the spring. But after returning to finish second in the Blamey Stakes and winning Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Kemp in frame for five Weetwood Handicaps

    Toowoomba trainer Kevin Kemp revived his chances of a fifth win in his hometown’s major race, the Weetwood Handicap, when Kempelly won at Doomben on Saturday. Kempelly ($14) scored by a half length to the favourite The Architect ($2.50) and then survived a protest in the Brisbane Marriott Hotel Handicap…. Read More »

     
  • Prince Harada wins first-up at Caulfield

    One-time boom horse Prince Harada has returned from more than a year away from racing to score a first-up win at Caulfield. Prince Harada stepped out for his first start as a gelding in Saturday’s theshark.com.au Handicap (1100m) and in his first race since last year’s Australian Guineas the four-year-old… Read More »

     
  • RV stewards inquire into raceday treatment

    Racing Victoria stewards have opened an inquiry into the possible raceday treatment of a horse at Caulfield on Saturday. Stewards ordered the withdrawal of the Brendan McCarthy trained Zedi Knight from theshark.com.au Handicap (1100m) after receiving a report from RV’s Compliance Assurance Team (CAT) following an inspection at the trainer’s… Read More »

     
  • Rain delays Sydney’s richest race carnival

    Rain delays Sydney’s richest race carnival

    Jen Hawkins has had to take a rain check but organisers of Sydney’s richest racing carnival are hoping crowds will turn out on Monday after heavy rain forced the postponement of The Championships at Randwick. Stewards made the difficult decision to cancel Saturday’s $10 million race meeting after relentless rain… Read More »

     
  • Sydney wet throws training into disarray

    Far from having a day off with the delay of the first meeting of The Championships, trainers are now frantically readjusting horses’ work schedules to get them ready for the big races. Saturday’s meeting featuring four Group One races at Randwick was called off because of continuing rain and safety… Read More »

     
  • Callow putting travelling days behind him

    Jockey Noel Callow is winding down his international career to concentrate on re-establishing himself in Melbourne. Callow has been riding through Asia since 2007 but on return trips to Australia has found it hard to break back into local riding ranks. After successful stints in Mauritius and Malaysia during 2014,… Read More »

     
  • Jumbo Prince on track for Queensland Derby

    Jumbo Prince on track for Queensland Derby

    Jumbo Prince showed he was on target for the Group One Queensland Derby when he overcame a wet track to win at Doomben on Saturday. Jumbo Prince ($5.50) carried 57kg on a bog track to beat Amizade ($3.40) by 3/4 length in The Professor Geoff McKellar Memorial Handicap (1200m). Trainer… Read More »

     
  • South Australian Derby looms for Magicool

    The South Australian Derby appears a likely target for Magicool after the three-year-old returned to winning form at Caulfield. Trainer Mark Kavanagh took blinkers off the gelding after his unplaced Alister Clark Stakes start and the move worked as Magicool settled in behind the lead before going on to score… Read More »

     
  • Husson Eagle scores first-up at Caulfield

    The first part of a two-race plan has worked out for the connections of Husson Eagle at Caulfield. Husson Eagle was gelded last spring with a race in Melbourne and another one in Adelaide being the three-year-old’s autumn targets. He made a flying start in taking out the Bill Collins… Read More »

     
  • Montana Star earns winter carnival call-up

    Tough colt Montana Star proved himself a genuine winter carnival horse but it was his stablemate Typing who had trainer Stewart Kendrick smiling on Saturday. Montana Star ($3.40) went straight to the front to beat Lady No More ($9) by a length with a long neck to Typing ($11) in… Read More »

     
  • 2YO gives Stokes more Melbourne success

    Adelaide’s leading trainer Phillip Stokes has added to an impressive strike rate in Melbourne this season with two-year-old Caro Kann scoring at Caulfield. Caro Kann had race experience on his side in Saturday’s Robert Taranto Handicap (1100m) and the gelding surged forward to take the lead from his wide barrier… Read More »

     
  • Rain on Sydney racing’s parade

    Sydney racing threw its biggest party of the year on Saturday, but the only thing that showed up was the rain. Lots of rain. Celebrities such as Jennifer Hawkins, Kris Smith and newly engaged glamour couple Daniel MacPherson and Zoe Ventoura were supposed to be among the 25,000 people flocking… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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