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  • Rubisaki too good in G2 Kewney Stakes

    The $7.5 million Golden Eagle shapes as a potential longer range target for exciting filly Rubisaki who has continued her rise with an impressive win in the Group Two Kewney Stakes at Flemington. Trained by Patrick Payne and ridden by Billy Egan, Rubisaki ($3 fav) gave most of her rivals… Read More »

  • Bivouac demolishes rivals in G1 Newmarket Handicap

    In a season of outstanding three-year-olds, Godolphin colt Bivouac has stamped himself as possibly the best with a explosive victory in the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington. Godolphin managing director Vin Cox and jockey Glen Boss said Bivouac was outstanding in winning the time-honoured sprint over the straight 1200m course on… Read More »

  • The Bostonian wins the G1 Canterbury Stakes

    New Zealand-trained horses have continued their early dominance of Sydneyโ€™s Group One autumn races with The Bostonian scoring a bulldog-like win in the Canterbury Stakes at Randwick. The Kiwis have now won the first three elite races of the carnival after trainer Jamie Richards last week landed a Group One… Read More »

  • Tumbler Ridge lands big bets at Eagle Farm

    Promising two-year-old Tumbler Ridge lived up to his early season potential when he broke his maiden status and landed some big bets in winning at Eagle Farm. Backed from $7 early in the week to $3, Tumbler Ridge scored by a half length to the brave Bellissimi Amici ($4.60) in… Read More »

  • Wild Planet justifies short quote at Flemington

    Four-year-old Wild Planet has justified his short quote in the March Stakes, relishing a drop back in grade to win comfortably. Wild Planet was coming off a last-start fourth in the Group One Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield and got in to Saturday’s Listed race on the minimum weight of… Read More »

  • Villami destroys her rivals and stamps G1 credentials

    As one of the owners of Villami, trainer Gerald Ryan gets a bigger say than normal when it comes to plans for the filly. He pinpointed Saturday’s Listed Fireball Stakes (1100m) as a perfect start to her autumn campaign and knew he had made the right call a couple of… Read More »

  • Dame Giselle back on track for the Golden Slipper

    Peter Snowden had a few ungodly thoughts in the run but Dame Giselle delivered the right result to win a messy renewal of the Reisling Stakes at Randwick. The stable hatched a plan to settle Dame Giselle outside the lead but when Tim Clark slowed the tempo on Supreme Idea… Read More »

  • Paint The Town Two relishes in the wet at Flemington

    Paint The Town Two has relished the soft ground in recording a career-high victory at Flemington. The former New Zealand mare scored her sixth victory when successful in the Group Three Schweppervescence Trophy (1600m), her first in stakes company. Ridden by Jamie Kah, Paint The Town Two ($26) scored by… Read More »

  • Fortification charges home to win at Eagle Farm

    The decision to geld well-bred galloper Fortification paid off when he charged home to win the Anzac Day Handicap at Eagle Farm. Fortification was originally trained by Gwenda Markwell at Kembla Grange but has been with Bryan and Dan Guy partnership on the Gold Coast for this campaign. There had… Read More »

  • Farnan races into Golden Slipper favouritism

    Farnan has rocketed to the top of Golden Slipper markets after demolishing a Todman Stakes field boasting Blue Diamond Stakes winner Tagaloa. The Tulloch Lodge youngster controlled the race from the front and quickly beat off the challenge of Blaze A Trail, accelerating clear to win by 1-3/4 lengths over… Read More »

  • Emotional win for Brett Prebble at Flemington

    Trainer Terry O’Sullivan and his former apprentice Brett Prebble have wound the clock back with an emotional win in the Sires’ Produce Stakes at Flemington. The victory of Lunar Fox in Saturday’s Group Two race brought back memories of the pair’s triumph with Winestock in the 2003. Prebble rose high… Read More »

  • Apprentice Aiden Thompson continues winning run

    Apprentice Aiden Thompson continued his great association with in-form The Kingdom and maintained his terrific run of overall success at Eagle Farm. Thompson rode his first metropolitan Saturday winner on The Kingdom at Eagle Farm on January 18 and has now added another 15 city wins to his record. Despite… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper ambitions for impressive Minhaaj

    Champion trainer David Hayes has Golden Slipper ambitions for unbeaten Minhaaj. Minhaaj ($3.20) backed up an easy debut win at Bendigo with another dominant performance at Flemington on Saturday, winning the Group Three TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1200m) for two-year-old fillies by 4-/1-2-lengths. Favourite Muntaseera ($2), who had finished fifth… Read More »

  • All Aged Stakes on the radar for impressive Fasika

    Trainer Joe Pride was a nervous wreck but he was feeling a lot better after Fasika raced away with her maiden Group success. The promising mare justified her $2.30 favouritism, bounding clear to take out Saturday’s Wenona Girl Quality (1200m) at Randwick by a length over I Am Excited ($10)… Read More »

  • Fiona McIntyre wins the Lady Of Racing Award

    Fiona McIntyre’s work in re-training and re-homing retired racehorses, including two of the late Bart Cummings’ former stars, has been recognised with the Lady Of Racing Award. The annual award announced on Friday in Melbourne is run by The Victorian Wakeful Club in partnership with Racing Victoria. McIntyre retains several… Read More »

  • Special win for Kris Lees in Newcastle Newmarket

    Kris Lees has not ruled out a Doncaster Mile tilt for Special Reward after he led home a trifecta for the local trainers in the Group Three Newcastle Newmarket. Brenton Avdulla settled the $3.40 favourite behind the two leaders and he cruised up to them before sprinting clear to win… Read More »

  • Deprive out to remain unbeaten at Randwick

    Deprive will put his unbeaten record at Randwick on the line when he takes on some of Australia’s best sprinters in the Challenge Stakes at Randwick. The five-year-old has enjoyed an incredible affinity with the track, racing at Randwick six times for as many wins, highlighted by a brace of… Read More »

  • Joe Pride nervous ahead of Fasika’s return

    Joe Pride is feeling the butterflies ahead of Fasika’s return at Randwick and he has learned from past experience that is a good sign. The trainer of retired dual Group One winner Terravista, Pride becomes anxious every time his high-class horses race and Fasika, who resumes in the Group Three… Read More »

  • Flashy Sydney mare chasing another Melbourne win

    Greysful Glamour is the Sydney mare with the knack for winning in Melbourne. And her trainer Mark Newnham believes the four-year-old shapes as a strong winning hope again when she tackles the Group Three Schweppervescence Trophy (1600m) for fillies and mares at Flemington on Saturday. Greysful Glamour has won four… Read More »

  • Ole Kirk to follow in All Too Hard’s footsteps

    Wayne Hawkes has always held All Too Hard in high esteem and is using that horse as a yardstick for a two-year-old relative in his care. Ole Kirk, a close relation of All Too Hard, was successful on debut in the Talindert Stakes (1100m) at Flemington and runs at that… Read More »

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