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Horse Racing News

  • Melbourne Cup entries in St Leger

    Three of trainer Aidan O’Brien’s four Melbourne Cup entries are among the final declarations for the English St Leger at Doncaster. Bondi Beach, Fields Of Athenry and Order Of St George will run in the final Classic of the British season on Saturday. O’Brien, who trained Adelaide to win last… Read More »

     
  • Racing.com set to air on subscription TV

    The final piece of the Victorian racing coverage jigsaw has been completed with the racing.com channel available to pay TV subscribers on Saturday. The free-to-air coverage of racing.com commenced on August 29 on channel 78 in metropolitan areas and channel 68 in regional areas. It is also available via internet… Read More »

     
  • Snowden fears Catkins in Sheraco Stakes

    Peter Snowden says the Chris Waller-trained Catkins is the horse to beat in the Sheraco Stakes at Rosehill despite saddling up odds-on favourite Bounding. “No doubt Catkins is the benchmark mare racing here, she’s very good and very good fresh,” Snowden said. “She will be a hard mare to get… Read More »

     
  • Three contenders for Hopes in Let’s Elope

    Three runners from the one stable is never ideal but that is what father-son training partners Lee and Shannon Hope face in a Group Two race at Flemington. They will be represented by Fenway, Madam Gangster and Platinum Rocker in the Let’s Elope Stakes (1400m) on Saturday. “It’s unfortunate the… Read More »

     
  • Setinum out to book another shot at Gr 1

    Four-year-old Setinum can earn another start in a Group One race at Caulfield if he runs to expectations in the Bobbie Lewis Quality. The Shane Fliedner-trained Setinum drops back in distance in Saturday’s Group Two 1200m straight track sprint at Flemington after finishing 11th, beaten only three lengths, in the… Read More »

     
  • Light spring in store for Qld Oaks winner

    If any horse in Australian racing deserves to have its workload lightened, Chris Waller says it is Queensland Oaks winner Winx. In the 12 months between her introduction to racing and her Oaks triumph, Winx raced 12 times for six wins, three placings and more than $1 million in earnings…. Read More »

     
  • New training track opened at Werribee

    A new all-weather training track has been opened at Werribee racecourse ahead of the arrival of the international horses for this year’s Melbourne spring carnival. Japanese horses Fame Game and Hokko Brave will be the first of the overseas raiders to land in Melbourne with the duo set to arrive… Read More »

     
  • Warren says Puritan in Bel Sprinter mould

    Trainer Jason Warren has been moved to compare untapped three-year-old Puritan to his Group One winner Bel Sprinter. Such is his opinion of the horse, Puritan will take his place in Saturday’s Group Two Danehill Stakes (1200m) at Flemington after winning his only start on Pakenham’s synthetic track. The style… Read More »

     
  • Stakes test for Vandyke’s stable bad boy

    He has been the bane of jockeys and barrier attendants, but Maurus can confirm his coming of age in an important spring staying test at Rosehill on Saturday. The five-year-old steps up to black-type company for the first time in the Group Three Kingston Town Stakes, a race his trainer… Read More »

     
  • G1 Golden Rose favouritism up for grabs

    Exosphere’s biggest fan completely understands why the colt is being heavily challenged to keep his favouritism on the $1 million Golden Rose. As the gap between Exosphere and second elect Press Statement started to close on Thursday, trainer John O’Shea said it was a market reaction he expected. Just as… Read More »

     
  • Alpine Eagle ready to roll in Makybe Diva

    Tony McEvoy has made a gear change that he hopes can spark a return to the winner’s circle for Alpine Eagle when he tackles Group One company at Flemington. The son of High Chaparral will be wearing a nose roll when he contests Saturday’s Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m), a race… Read More »

     
  • Chris Munce Intent on spring carnival raid

    Trainer Chris Munce expects three-year-old Wicked Intent to perform well enough in his Doomben return to earn a chance to perform on Australian racing’s biggest stage. Provided he races well on Saturday, the horse will head to Sydney for the Group Two Roman Consul Stakes on October 3 ahead of… Read More »

     
  • Gerry Harvey backs Kavanagh post-cobalt

    High-profile businessman Gerry Harvey is among those prepared to support trainer Sam Kavanagh in a return to racing once he serves his penalty for cobalt use. Paul D’Angelo, counsel for Kavanagh, made submissions on penalty to Racing NSW stewards on Thursday arguing it should not be so severe as to… Read More »

     
  • Makybe looms as milestone race for Waller

    Chris Waller is on the cusp of training his 50th Group One winner, a milestone that could be reached with two strong chances in the $400,000 Makybe Diva Stakes. Waller is sitting on 48 Group One victories but if Press Statement can win the Golden Rose in Sydney, the Flemington… Read More »