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  • Peltzer up to the task in The Run To The Rose

    The cream of Sydney’s three-year-old colts will go head-to-head in The Run To The Rose and trainer Gerald Ryan is satisfied Peltzer deserves his place among them. Peltzer made a belated appearance as a juvenile and posted three impressive wins in as many starts but he needed to prove he… Read More »

     
  • Star Queensland colt set for Melbourne debut

    Mick Price is excited about the ability of his Queensland recruit Wisdom Of Water, who debuts for the stable in the Group Two Danehill Stakes, but adds he has a small reservation regarding his fitness. The former Toby and Trent Edmonds trained three-year-old was sent to Price and co-trainer Michael… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Guineas test for Immortal Love

    It will be the battle of the undefeated three-year-olds when Immortal Love and Cherry Tortoni clash in the Exford Plate and one trainer is brimming with confidence while the other is slightly cautious. Both horses have won three from three and can claim Flemington victories over 1400 metres, which is… Read More »

     
  • Bjorn Baker Positive his mare is the real deal

    One is a stakes winner, the other a promising stayer but stablemates Positive Peace and She’s Ideel will both have a point to prove when they contest separate races at Rosehill. Positive Peace will kick off her spring in Saturday’s Sheraco Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill following a breakthrough season in… Read More »

     
  • Unbeaten Fender not a certain starter in Theo Marks Stakes

    Trainer Brett Cavanough will wait until race morning to decide whether Kosciuszko slot holder Fender takes his place in the Group Two Theo Marks Stakes at Rosehill. Unbeaten in four starts, Fender was confirmed for a Kosciuszko berth on Wednesday, along with another undefeated stablemate in It’s Me. While Fender… Read More »

     
  • Star mare Rubisaki suffers spring setback

    The dream of securing a start in The Everest is over for connections of gun sprinting mare Rubisaki. Trainer Patrick Payne said Rubisaki had suffered a mild virus recently and that had almost certainly ended any chance she had of gaining a slot in The Everest. Rubisaki had won eight… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper pair ready to run at Rosehill

    Champion jockey Hugh Bowman will ride in a race for the first time this season, and just the third time in almost three months, when he returns for a select book at Rosehill. Bowman has been sidelined for six weeks by a careless riding suspension incurred over the fall that… Read More »

     
  • Alligator Blood odds-on for comeback race

    Alligator Blood is an odds-on favourite for his return to racing at Doomben but trainer David Vandyke is keeping a lid on expectations. TAB fixed odds has installed Alligator Blood, the winner of the Group One Australian Guineas at Flemington in February, a $1.70 favourite for Saturday’s XXXX Dry Open… Read More »

     
  • Levendi set to begin spring Cups campaign

    Peter Gelagotis only needs to check the results of Melbourne’s spring weight-for-age races over the past year to know it’s not impossible for Levendi to come back to racing with an unexpected win at Group One level. Levendi runs in the Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) at Flemington on Saturday and… Read More »

     
  • Multiple G1 winning jockey to retire early

    Group One-winning jockey James Winks has announced his retirement from the saddle on medical advice. The 36-year-old revealed the news on Racing.com’s After The Last program on Wednesday and said he had made the decision after being diagnosed with syncope, the medical term for fainting. The diagnosis was confirmed when… Read More »

     
  • Dwayne Dunn to miss the spring carnival

    It has been confirmed that star jockey Dwayne Dunn will miss the spring carnival after breaking his C6 vertebrae on Saturday when his mount Shot Of Irish reared in the barriers and the jockey smashed his head against the stalls. Dunn was transported to RM hospital for scans on his neck… Read More »

     
  • Madison Lloyd buzzing after first city win

    Apprentice Madison Lloyd has had a day to remember, winning her first city race when Beautiful Bee scored narrowly at Sandown Hillside. The 19-year-old was having only her fifth ride in town and said she couldn’t describe how excited she was after her narrow win in the 1000m race on… Read More »

     
  • Expensive colts reign at Canterbury

    Two colts who cost $1.7 million between them have broken their maidens in back-to-back races at Canterbury to put themselves on a path to bigger goals. Redoute’s Choice three-year-old Cadenabbia, the first foal out of Group One winner Griante, got the ball rolling with victory in Wednesday’s opening 1550m event…. Read More »

     
  • Aysar to target the G1 Caulfield Guineas

    Although it wasn’t a win by a big margin, co-trainer Ben Hayes saw enough for three-year-old Aysar to continue on a path to the Caulfield Guineas. “He’s a pretty exciting horse going forward,” Hayes said after Aysar took out Wednesday’s benchmark 64 for three-year-olds over 1300 metres. Hayes pointed out… Read More »

     
  • The Kosciuszko winning ticket numbers announced

    The winning ticket numbers have been announced for the 2020 The Kosciuszko. View the list of winning tickets below. The Kosciuszko race is a 1200 metre sprint contest run under set weights and penalties conditions on the same day as The TAB Everest at Royal Randwick on Saturday 17 October… Read More »

     
  • Moore brothers out to Crack next milestone

    John Moore’s move to Australia has been delayed due to the pandemic but his presence is already being felt in his newly minted training partnership with brother Gary. The pair made a flying start to their venture with their first runner, Morethannumberone, successful at Newcastle last week. They will chase… Read More »

     
  • Dalasan chasing first G1 in Makybe Diva Stakes

    Leon MacDonald is hoping Dalasan can finally land a Group One race when he runs in the Makybe Diva Stakes. “I’d love to win a Group One race with him. He deserves to and this race was always on our agenda,” MacDonald said. He is also keen to continue the… Read More »

     
  • Boom 3YO’s headline small Run To The Rose field

    The Group Two Run To The Rose this weekend will be a small field but it is jam packed with quality. Golden Slipper winner Farnan headlines the field with the star colt resuming after being the standout two-year-old of the season although this may be his toughest task to date… Read More »

     
  • Siblings of G1 superstars racing today

    In Victoria and South Australia this afternoon, younger siblings of two proven superstar Gr 1 winning mares, will attempt to win further glories for their family tree. The mares are JAMEKA (Myboycharlie-Mine Game) who won $4.8million in prizemoney inc the Caulfield Cup, and SUNLIGHT (Zoustar-Solar Charge) who landed her connections… Read More »

     
  • Russian Camelot to return in the Makybe Diva Stakes

    Danny O’Brien can’t wait to see his star galloper Russian Camelot return in the Makybe Diva Stakes but he also knows the burden of expectation the horse is carrying. “It’s really exciting to see him back at the races. His last run was terrific and he’s had a good winter,”… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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