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Horse Racing News in Australia

  • Schmetzer to celebrate move with city win

    Mark Schmetzer is hoping the relocation of his stable to the Hunter Valley will unlock opportunities to increase his team of racehorses. But it will be a stable favourite which could easily confirm the worth of Schmetzer’s move from Canberra to Muswellbrook when sharp sprinter Run Cannon Run runs in… Read More »

     
  • Five timer for Maloney at Stony Creek

    Victorian jockey Ryan Maloney has achieved a career best with five winners at Stony Creek. Maloney said he had ridden four winners a couple of times previously but Monday’s performance was something special. His winners were Gee Whizzer, Wallbanger, Vinge Grande, Tailorman and Solar Duchess. Wallbanger gave Maloney with a… Read More »

     
  • Costin to meet with Waterhouse stable

    Leading Sydney apprentice Winona Costin will try to repair her relationship with Gai Waterhouse after being stood down from the stable. Costin was interviewed on Monday by Racing NSW stewards after the matter was brought to their attention. The 20-year-old is serving a suspension and the incident which prompted her… Read More »

     
  • Dale surprised by Flemington nominations

    Canberra trainer Matthew Dale admits to being a little bemused by the nominations for the Kensington Stakes at Flemington. Dale has Unanimously entered in Saturday’s 1000m Listed race and as the highest rated of the 17 nominations he will carry the top weight. The trainer said the options available to… Read More »

     
  • Sense of Occasion to back up at Randwick

    Unless a reason emerges to suggest otherwise, Joe Pride will take Sense Of Occasion back to the races seven days after the disappointment of his Rosehill failure. The four-year-old will run in the Metro Plate (1600m) at Randwick with his trainer at a loss to explain his 10th behind Centre… Read More »

     
  • Blinkers for Murt at the Gold Coast

    Trainer Brendon McCarthy will leave nothing to chance with blinkers to go on Murt The Flirt when he runs in the $1 million Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast. A debut winner at Ballarat in November, Murt The Flirt raced greenly in his first clockwise outing when a close… Read More »

     
  • Peace Force after black type at Gosford

    Peace Force is already a valuable broodmare prospect and trainer Gerald Ryan is keen to enhance her pedigree page further with a black type win. To that end, the mare runs in Friday’s Listed Belle Of The Turf Stakes (1600m) as she aims to extend her winning streak to four…. Read More »

     
  • Baster won’t be lacking in tight finish

    Jockey Stephen Baster won’t be lacking in fitness if the Magic Millions Classic comes down to a tight contest. Baster partners Claudia Jean for David Hayes and Tom Dabernig in the 1200m dash at the Gold Coast on Saturday. While Claudia Jean was successful on debut last month at Flemington,… Read More »

     
  • Hong Kong stayer heading to Sydney Cup

    Hong Kong stayer Dominant will head to Australia for the Sydney Cup and a possible clash with Red Cadeaux. Racing NSW chairman John Messara confirmed the John Moore-trained 2013 Hong Kong Vase winner was being aimed at the Group One Sydney Cup (3200m) on April 11. Officials are also trying… Read More »

     
  • Qld stewards to sort out jockey booking

    Queensland stewards will determine whether Kathy O’Hara is entitled to a riding fee and a share of any prize money after her sacking from Magic Millions Classic runner Single Gaze. O’Hara believed she had a firm booking for Single Gaze in Saturday’s $2 million race. But trainer Nick Olive has… Read More »

     
  • Midsummer Sun primed for Gosford Cup

    Sam Kavanagh is excited about returning to the scene of his biggest win since his move to Sydney and is looking for the same result. Midsummer Sun heads to the Central Coast on Friday to defend his Gosford Cup crown on the back of a second in the Summer Cup… Read More »

     
  • Criterion home and preparing for autumn

    Australia’s placegetter at last month’s Hong Kong International meeting is in good health in quarantine ahead of his autumn campaign. Criterion, who finished third behind Designs On Rome in the Hong Kong Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin on December 14, is undergoing quarantine at the Werribee International Horse Centre. When… Read More »

     
  • Winkers to go on Perignon in Millions

    Gerald Ryan’s hopes of an elusive win in the summer’s richest race could be enhanced by a gear change for Perignon. At least the trainer hopes that’s the case with the filly to wear winkers in the $2 million Magic Millions Classic on Saturday at the Gold Coast. Perignon was… Read More »

     
  • Fontiton gearing up for shot at Diamond

    Impressive juvenile debut winner Fontiton can cement her favouritism for the Blue Diamond Stakes when she makes her return in the Fillies Preview. The Robert Smerdon-trained two-year-old made a one-act affair of the rich Inglis Banner at Moonee Valley on Cox Plate day in October, winning by six lengths. The… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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