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  • Big syndicate hoping for fairy tail Magic Millions Classic win

    Trainer Robert Heathcote hopes his luck with horses raced by big syndicates at Doomben carries over to the Gold Coast. The Heathcote-trained Ready For Magic ($6.50) won at Thursday’s meeting for a Flying Start syndicate before a Rob Slade syndicated horse, Spirit Rich ($10), won. Heathcote racked up a treble… Read More »

  • Fred Kersley hopes to add to recent city wins

    Apprentice Fred Kersley will be out to add to a recent sequence of winners at Saturday metropolitan meetings when he heads to Flemington. Kersley has managed to ride at least one winner at each of the past five Saturday meetings in Victoria, starting with a winning double on the Pakenham… Read More »

  • Kavak revives memories of Kelso Wood

    Memories of late trainer Kelso Wood will be revived when Kavak runs in the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast. Wood, who died aged 72 in September 2018, won the race with Real Surreal in 2013, the second time he had the first horse past the… Read More »

  • Autumn Carnival test for Mark Newnham pair

    Mark Newnham is hoping to get a deeper insight into the carnival credentials of progressive pair Splintex and Academy when they contest separate races at Randwick. The speedy Splintex, who boasts a victory over subsequent Group One winner Exceedance, tackles the Bushfire Appeal Race Day 25th January Handicap (1000m) on… Read More »

  • $5m All Star Mile attracts big numbers

    Defending champion Mystic Journey and another 25 Group One winners feature among the 95 nominations for the second edition of the $5 million All-Star Mile. Entries for the All-Star Mile (1600m) at Caulfield on March 14 were released on Thursday with 10 of the 15 places in the field to… Read More »

  • Three horses head odds for All Star Mile 2020

    TEN months after winning the inaugural All-Star Mile, Mystic Journey is an $8 equal favourite at TAB to win this year’s $5 million All-Star Mile, which will take place at Caulfield on Saturday, March 14. The Adam Trinder-trained pride of Tasmania secured her passage in last year’s All-Star Mile at… Read More »

  • Further boost for 3YOs at winter carnival

    Racing Queensland has announced the final changes to its winter carnival with some new races and a boost to two and three-year-old programs. The carnival will now be held over 10 weeks from April to June with the opening draw card the $350,000 EVA Air Queensland Guineas for three-year-olds. The… Read More »

  • Adam Hyeronimus has gun book for metro return

    Almost three months after being sidelined by a bulging disc, Adam Hyeronimus returns to race riding poised to make the most of some plum opportunities for Tulloch Lodge. The jockey has not ridden since he took a tumble at The Everest meeting at Randwick on October 19 and was sent… Read More »

  • Stronger Tarzan ready to fire in Magic Millions Snippets

    Speedy gelding Tarzan’s lone win at 1200 metres has given his trainer Stuart Kendrick hope he can take out the $1 million Magic Millions Snippets Quality at the Gold Coast. Tarzan has proved to be one of the best short-course specialists in Queensland having won 16 races, 15 between 1000m… Read More »

  • January Cup outsider getting under Guard of rivals

    His homeland is known for producing racehorses blessed with stamina but until recently, Richard Litt has had limited opportunities to train stayers. The New Zealand-born, Sydney-based horseman is happy that trend is changing thanks to stable star Castelvecchio, runner-up to recently crowned Japanese champion Lys Gracieux in the Cox Plate,… Read More »

  • Jason Coyle looks to Flemington with Insensata

    The black-type status attached to the Chester Manifold Stakes has Sydney trainer Jason Coyle preparing to send Insensata south to Flemington. Six-year-old mare Insensata is entered for both the Listed Chester Manifold (1400m) at Flemington and a benchmark-88 over the same distance at Randwick on Saturday, with Coyle planning to… Read More »

  • David Vandyke rewarded for work with Alligator Blood

    Anyone who doubts Caloundra trainer David Vandyke has a magic touch with troublesome horses needs only turn the clock back five months. Vandyke will saddle Alligator Blood on Saturday as the short priced favourite in the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas at the Gold Coast. Alligator Blood has been so… Read More »

  • The Candy Man a victim of his own success

    Popular gelding The Candy Man has been a victim of his own success with a huge weight on Saturday but that is not the main worry for trainer Barry Baldwin. The Candy Man earned a wild card entry to Saturday’s $1 million Magic Millions Trophy (2400m) with his win in… Read More »

  • Magic Millions Classic barrier a boost for Euphoric Summer

    A good barrier should help Melbourne filly Euphoric Summer find the necessary few lengths needed for her to win the Magic Millions 2YO Classic, according to co-trainer Michael Kent jr. Euphoric Summer was the top qualifier for Saturday’s $2 million Magic Millions Classic but has been the forgotten horse in… Read More »

  • Three $1 million dollar colts sold on Day 1 of Magic Millions

    Three million dollar yearlings have highlighted the first day of the annual Magic Millions sale at the Gold Coast. Coolmore’s Tom Magnier paid a first-session high of $1.1 million for a colt by Exceed And Excel out of Dream In Colour, an unraced daughter of champion Frankel. The first of… Read More »

  • Gelded Wilmot Pass snares first city win

    Highly regarded in his early days by the Anthony Freedman stable, lightly raced three-year-old Wilmot Pass has shown some of that promise to land his first city win at Sandown. Wilmot Pass enjoyed an economical run midfield in Wednesday’s Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap (1200m) under Mark Zahra before sprinting through… Read More »

  • Luvaluva favourite for January Cup at Randwick

    After re-establishing herself as a winner, Luvaluva will start the short-priced favourite to enhance her record in the January Cup at Randwick. The John Sargent-trained mare won the Group Three Summer Cup on December 26 over the same 2000m-course as Saturday’s Listed race. Her previous victory came in the Adrian… Read More »

  • Namimo scores overdue win at Sandown

    It has taken until her 10th start but three-year-old filly Namimo has broken her maiden at Sandown as the short-priced favourite. Trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, Namimo had figured in the minor placings in four of her first nine starts, including at The Valley in the… Read More »

  • Racing Queensland contributes to bushfire appeal

    Racing Queensland has joined other thoroughbred industry bodies in pledging $15,000 to the bushfire appeal. At the opening of the Magic Millions Yearling Sale on the Gold Coast, chief executive Brendan Parnell said Racing Queensland was keen to support other industry participants including Thoroughbred Breeders Australia who were helping with… Read More »

  • Big numbers in Blue Diamond Stakes contention

    The major stables are well-represented among the 273 two-year-olds who remain in contention for the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes after the second acceptance stage. The Lindsay Park stable boast 39 juveniles among the second acceptors, which were released on Wednesday, while Snowden Racing has 38, one more than the… Read More »

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