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Horse Racing News

  • Bowman links with Godolphin at Randwick

    Orujo is a type of brandy and John O’Shea might need a stiff one if the horse of the same name wins at Randwick on Saturday. O’Shea has booked Hugh Bowman to partner the recently-gelded Orujo in the All Too Hard @ Vinery Handicap and juvenile, Stalwart, in the TAB… Read More »

     
  • Schweida lines up promising Golden Falls

    Trainer Kelly Schweida believes the handicappers have weighted promising filly Golden Falls up to her best at Doomben on Saturday. Golden Falls went up 10 ratings points for her 1350m win at Doomben on June 27 when she stormed home from the rear of the field to beat the favourite,… Read More »

     
  • Dram of Red out to impress again

    Exciting two-year-old Dram of Red shocked his trainer Matt Dunn with his impressive winning debut but it will be a different story for his return to Doomben. Dram of Red will be having his first start since winning a Saturday metropolitan class two-year-old race at the Sunshine Coast on March… Read More »

     
  • Luke Dittman’s city focus pays off

    Apprentice Luke Dittman’s decision to concentrate on metropolitan racing has paid dividends with a top book of rides at Doomben. Dittman, the son of former champion rider Mick Dittman, has had a good season, riding 38 winners with a winning strike rate of 18 per cent. While mainly riding at… Read More »

     
  • Apprentices with chances in Listed races

    Three of Melbourne’s talented apprentices will be chasing milestone wins in stakes races on Finals Day at Flemington. Four of the nine series finals on Saturday carry Listed status with Harry Coffey and Jackie Beriman trying to land their first stakes wins. New Zealand apprentice Michael Dee, who has made… Read More »

     
  • Weighty issue for Bonfire in Grafton Cup

    Bonfire will need to equal a modern day weight-carrying record to give Gai Waterhouse back-to-back wins in the $150,000 Grafton Cup. Waterhouse won the race last year with Queenstown and Bonfire is second favourite to replicate his stablemate’s feat, although he will have to do it with topweight of 59kg…. Read More »

     
  • Pandora Charm back in winner’s circle

    Tough mare Pandora Charm will never win her owners another Stradbroke Hcp but they continue to have plenty of fun with her. Pandora Charm is owned by a syndicate of nine women headed by Sally Laing and Nicole Aboud who are the wife and daughter of former Queensland Turf Club… Read More »

     
  • Rock Royalty wins Ramornie, smashes record

    In-form Queensland sprinter Rock Royalty has taken out the Listed Ramornie Handicap at Grafton and smashed the clock in doing so. The Liam Birchley-trained Rock Royalty’s winning time of 1:07.87 in Wednesday’s 1200m country sprint broke the track record of 1:08.02 set in 2008 by The Jackal. Rock Royalty ($14)… Read More »

     
  • Bowman flags winter rest for city tracks

    Hugh Bowman may be involved in a thrilling finish to the Sydney jockeys’ premiership but the leading rider says city racing should be scrapped at this time of the year. Bowman believes some of the metropolitan racetracks struggle to cope with their workload over the wet winter months and need… Read More »

     
  • Tried And Tired to back up in Winter Champ

    Tried And Tired will get his second chance in a Winter Championship Final at Flemington and co-trainer Troy Corstens admits the gelding’s effectiveness at the distance is still a question mark. Tried And Tired has only raced over 1600m once and that was when eighth in last year’s Winter Championship… Read More »

     
  • Track, distance proven formula for Pajaro

    The absence of two of Sydney’s biggest trainers appears unlikely to stop them from making an impact at Randwick on Saturday. Premiership leader Chris Waller is in England to put the finishing touches on Brazen Beau’s July Cup tilt, while Gai Waterhouse is overseas on her annual winter break. While… Read More »

     
  • Nearest To Pin out to go back-to-back

    Adelaide sprinter Nearest To Pin returns to the scene of his biggest win for an attempt at back-to-back All Victorian Sprint Series Final victories at Flemington. Nearest To Pin hasn’t won since taking out the Listed 1200m race 12 months ago but trainer Leon Macdonald believes the gelding is going… Read More »

     
  • Khaleeq shows her potential

    Three-year-old filly Khaleeq made a mockery of her first start failure with an impressive win at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday. Khaleeq ($9) continued the good recent run of trainer Desleigh Forster and jockey Robbie Fradd when she led all the way to win the Blacklaw and Blake Enterprises Hcp… Read More »

     
  • Caesar Augustus atones for debut defeat

    Les Bridge blamed himself for the first-up defeat of Caesar Augustus but there was no such issue at Canterbury on Wednesday when the horse posted his maiden win. The three-year-old was sent out favourite for his debut at Warwick Farm last month but struggled to gain traction on the heavy… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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