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  • The Tax Accountant gives punters a nice return

    Rockhampton galloper The Tax Accountant achieved a series of firsts with his exciting win in the Country Highway Plate at Doomben. The Tax Accountant ($2.70) charged home off a fast early pace to catch the leader Bobby Axelrod ($12) at the 150m mark and go on to record a 2-1/4… Read More »

  • Jinda victory reduces Teo Nugent’s city claim

    Apprentice Teo Nugent is quickly rising through the ranks and has recorded a milestone victory aboard Jinda at Flemington. The win on the Chris and Pat Hyland-trained stayer in Saturday’s VRC Member Paul Barnard Handicap was the apprentice’s 20th metropolitan, reducing Nugent’s city claim to 2kg. Backed from $31 to… Read More »

  • Travelling companion causes upset at Doomben

    Mackay trainer John Manzelmann’s decision to put some stayers on the float to Brisbane to accompany his runner in a Highway race paid off when one of them caused a huge upset at Doomben. Calypso Bay ($81) stormed home late to beat Harper’s Choice ($10) by a neck with a… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah lashes out at British racing industry

    Group One winning Australian jockey Jamie Kah has hit out at the British racing industry calling it ‘backwards’ in regards to the opportunities for female jockeys. Kah is in England to ride in the Shergar Cup in Hayley Turner’s Girls team but when she spoke to the British media she… Read More »

  • Group One-winning Sydney trainer banned

    Trainer Tim Martin has been disqualified for six months on an improper action charge relating to the purchase of a filly. Racing NSW stewards found that Martin, who pleaded guilty to the charge on Friday, failed to pay New Zealand Bloodstock all funds received from shareholders who bought a 55… Read More »

  • Conditions are right for Vinland at Flemington

    One trainer not unhappy with the cold snap and associated rain sweeping Victoria is Tony McEvoy who has a number of quality contenders engaged at Flemington. The track is already in the soft range for Saturday’s meeting and with rain forecast for race-day, it may deteriorate. McEvoy sees the conditions… Read More »

  • Iconoclasm set to target Spring G1’s

    Group One handicaps figure in trainer Danny O’Brien’s spring plans for Iconoclasm who will press his claims for those lofty targets in Melbourne’s first stakes race of the season at Flemington. Iconoclasm races for the first time in two months in Saturday’s Group Three Aurie’s Star Handicap (1200m). The horse… Read More »

  • Prioritise out to bring Steve Tregea a change of luck

    Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea is hoping for a change of luck at Doomben after spending more time than he wanted at the veterinary clinic this week. Tregea is coming off one of his best seasons with his “Three Musketeers”, Bergerac, Niccanova and Prioritise all performing well in top company. Bergerac… Read More »

  • Heirborn set for city test at Flemington

    After making an immediate impression at his first start during the final week of his juvenile season, Heirborn is favoured to take another step up in his city debut at Flemington. Heirborn strode to a 3-3/4-length victory in a 1300m-maiden against older horses at Bendigo on July 28 and runs… Read More »

  • Exoteric can prove decision was right

    Tough stayer Exoteric can justify the decision to race him for another season by winning at Doomben. Exoteric will have a sharp drop in class when he tackles Saturday’s TAB Open Handicap (2200m). Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller has won about 40 middle distance and staying races in Queensland since… Read More »

  • Dawn Passage to take on sharp field in The Rosebud

    Jockey Tim Clark has laid down the challenge to Dawn Passage to convert his abundant promise into racetrack results, starting with the first three-year-old stakes race of the Sydney season. The Tulloch Lodge-trained colt resumes in the Listed Rosebud (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday and it will be no walk… Read More »

  • First-up Flemington assault for Bassett

    Ballarat trainer Mitchell Freedman has been handed the task of rejuvenating the career of Bassett. The recently turned seven-year-old runs for the first time for Freedman in Saturday’s VRC Member Brenda Nugent Handicap (1000m) at Flemington. Bassett started his career with Peter Moody before being transferred to Mick Price’s stable… Read More »

  • Magic Circle ruled out of 2019 Melbourne Cup

    Trainer Ian Williams has ruled out sending Magic Circle back to Australia for a second shot at the Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November. The seven-year-old, who was unplaced as second favourite last year, is set to be seen next in the Listed Chester Stakes on August 31. Finishing third… Read More »

  • Prize money boost for South Australia Racing

    Leading trainer Tony McEvoy has applauded the announcement of prize money increases for South Australian racing and is committing to the long term future of the sport in the state. Thoroughbred Racing South Australia on Friday announced an increase of $5.8 million. McEvoy said it was a clear indication from… Read More »

  • Talented Xanthus ready to shed maiden status

    Smart three-year-old Xanthus resumes at Doomben and is ready to shed the unwanted title of the best of his sire’s offspring yet to win a race. Xanthus is by champion rookie sire Better Than Ready who had 23 individual winners in his first crop last season. Although Xanthus is still… Read More »

  • Loveisili earns shot at redemption

    Australian Bloodstock import Loveisili has been given the benefit of the doubt, and the chance to put his Newcastle Cup campaign back on track at Rosehill. The five-year-old strung together three wins in May and June but his sequence came to a halt when he struggled into sixth behind Dr… Read More »

  • The Everest contender Pierata stylish in barrier trial

    Leading Everest contender Pierata has run a comfortable second in a Warwick Farm barrier trial at his first appearance since he won the Group One All Aged Stakes. Friday’s 1000m-heat on the course proper was won by Cradle Mountain who took up his customary front-running-role. The Clare Cunningham-trained Cradle Mountain… Read More »

  • Godolphin begins roll-out of 3YO’s in The Rosebud

    On the back of a record-breaking juvenile season, all eyes will be on Godolphin’s squad of three-year-olds this spring with Athiri set to pave the way in the Listed Rosebud. The Lonhro filly was part of Godolphin’s richly talented two-year-old team which took all before them in the autumn, culminating… Read More »

  • Hush Writer set for Flemington return

    One thing jockey Stephen Baster has learned over his long career is that racehorses can make you look foolish. Baster had been eagerly awaiting the Australian debut of Japanese-bred stayer Hush Writer ahead of the 2018 spring carnival after some solid trackwork. The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained horse was… Read More »

  • Sansom chasing fourth-straight win at Flemington

    The Phillip Stokes-trained Sansom will try to complete an unbeaten winter campaign when he runs for the first time as a three-year-old at Flemington. Sansom was beaten in his first two starts as a juvenile last summer but since returning from a spell has kept stepping up to put together… Read More »

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