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  • Trainer pleads not guilty in cobalt case

    Trainer Paul Murray has pleaded not guilty to eight charges relating to elevated cobalt levels found in Group Two winner Alma’s Fury. Stored samples taken from Alma’s Fury after he won the Apollo Stakes in February 2013 and finished second in the Doncaster Prelude in April that year showed levels… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner heads RA Lee Stakes entries

    The return of Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance is sure to create plenty of interest on one of South Australian racing’s biggest days. Saturday’s meeting at Morphettville features the Group One Goodwood (1200m), but the Cup winner will be stepping out in the Group Three R A Lee Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Ghisoni trials well ahead of Qld campaign

    Quality filly Ghisoni has warmed up for her Brisbane winter campaign with an easy barrier trial in Sydney. The Surround Stakes winner cruised to a close fourth in Monday’s 807m heat at Warwick Farm, a hit-out which pleased trainer John O’Shea and jockey James McDonald. “She’s done well since her… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Sun to shine in the winter

    Getting Sebring Sun in a winning frame of mind is trainer Gary Portelli’s focus as the Group One-placed colt sets out on a short winter campaign. Portelli said the Golden Rose third placegetter had grown physically since he last raced in December but he wanted to make sure his confidence… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park out to end Goodwood drought

    David Hayes and Tom Dabernig will have numbers on their side as they try to snap a long drought for the famous racing family in South Australia’s premier sprint. The Lindsay Park co-trainers are set to have five runners in Saturday’s Group One The Goodwood at Morphettville. Neither Hayes nor… Read More »

     
  • Feek expects Barwon to relish 3200m

    David Feek believes the best of Barwon might still be a year away but the progressive stayer has done enough to earn his chance in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes. Feek, who trains in partnership with his wife Coral at Mornington, took four-year-old Barwon to Flemington last start and was… Read More »

     
  • Roger James aiming at Qld Classic

    Queensland Oaks hopeful Romantic Maid is in danger of missing a start in a Group Three race in Brisbane and could instead run in a midweek benchmark race at Randwick. New Zealand trainer Roger James has accepted with the filly on Wednesday as insurance against her failing to make the… Read More »

     
  • Key runner ruled out of 2016 The Goodwood Handicap Field

    A key Goodwood Handicap runner has been ruled out of Saturday’s race after re-injuring a tendon. Zebulon was an $11 chance with Sportsbet.com.au for the race. View the current Goodwood Handicap odds Confirmation that talented horse Zebulon has re-injured tendon and won’t run Saturday in Goodwood in Adelaide. So disappointing… Read More »

     
  • Dylan Dunn to make G1 debut against father

    Melbourne apprentice Dylan Dunn will head back to where it all began to make his Group One debut in Adelaide. And his father will be among his rivals in South Australia’s feature sprint race, The Goodwood, at Morphettville on Saturday. Dunn will ride Faatinah in Saturday’s race for his bosses… Read More »

     
  • QLD jockey appeals two-month ban

    Toowoomba jockey Skye Bogenhuber’s appeal against a two month suspension will be heard this week. Bogenhuber was handed the lengthy ban after stewards determined she had not made enough effort to restrain Happy Event in the Dalrello Stakes at Toowoomba last month. The jockey unsuccessfully defended the charge on raceday,… Read More »

     
  • No claim for Ben Allen at provincials

    Apprentice Ben Allen rapid rise has been temporarily halted by a careless riding suspension. After he has served the ban from May 17 to 24, the 17-year-old will return without a claim on non-metropolitan tracks. Allen showed class beyond his years when he guided Gingie to victory in the Comdain… Read More »

     
  • Date set for Australian Oaks fall inquiry

    Damien Oliver will fly to Sydney for an inquiry into a fall in the Australian Oaks in which fellow jockey Kathy O’Hara was injured. Blake Shinn has also been called to Wednesday’s hearing into the incident at Randwick on April 9. O’Hara’s mount Single Gaze stumbled and fell at the… Read More »

     
  • Qld jockey Cecily Eaton to ride in Rome

    Brisbane jockey Cecily Eaton has been selected to ride in the next leg of a worldwide series for female riders. Victoria’s Linda Meech finished third in the most recent heat of the 10-event HH Sheikha Fatima Bint Mubarak Ladies World Championship (IFAHR) for Arabian horses in Morocco two weeks ago…. Read More »

     
  • Weir deflects any talk of record year

    Darren Weir says he is not superstitious. But at the same time Australia’s leading trainer is quick to deflect any talk of creating new training records this season. Weir has trained 274 winners winners Australia wide including Howard Be Thy Name in Saturday’s South Australian Derby, and leads Chris Waller… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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