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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Amanda Turner wants right Speed for Sabino

    With a history of setbacks, co-trainer Amanda Turner is desperate to make every one of Sabino Speed’s races count. Turner, who trains in partnership with Mauro Poletti, decided to scratch Sabino Speed from Warwick Farm last Saturday because of a heavy track and a predicted unfavourable tempo in a 1600m… Read More »

     
  • Important winning run to continue

    Trainer Tony Gollan hopes his recent streak of luck with owner Linda Huddy can stand up for at least one more race in the $1 million Magic Millions Cup. Huddy and her husband Graham are dominant figures in Australian owner ranks through the deeds of horses such as the late… Read More »

     
  • Tiara Star ruled out of Millions Classic

    First emergency Tiara Star will not be allowed to start in the Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic even if there is a scratching after being found to be lame. But odds-on Magic Millions Guineas favourite Winning Rupert easily passed a fitness inspection on Friday. Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards and veterinarians… Read More »

     
  • Bayliss after more Flemington winners

    Since outriding his claim with a winning treble at Flemington last month, apprentice Regan Bayliss has continued to make his mark. And he hopes to add to his season tally on Saturday at Flemington before beginning an 11-meeting ban for careless riding incurred at Sandown on Wednesday when he rode… Read More »

     
  • Millions another major step for Aquis

    The Aquis Farm syndicate will tick another box in its drive to be a dominant force in Australian racing when Colosimo runs in the Magic Millions Two-Year-.Old Classic. Aquis has established a training-breeding-spelling complex on the previous Patinack Farm site at Canungra in the Gold Coast hinterland. In its first… Read More »

     
  • Mark Zahra keeping his faith in Madeenaty

    Mark Zahra has held Madeenaty in high regard since before her debut and the jockey remains confident the one-time Magic Millions favourite can deliver in the $2 million race. Madeenaty has made the running in her three starts including her latest when she crossed from the outside to lead and… Read More »

     
  • Brian Fletcher, rider of Red Rum, has died

    Brian Fletcher, who rode three winners of the Grand National including two on Red Rum, has died, aged 69. In the first of Red Rum’s three Grand nationals in 1973, Fletcher urged him home after the last fence when he was still 15 lengths behind to deny great Australian steeplechaser… Read More »

     
  • Bigger prizes for SA autumn horse races

    Two South Australian races will offer $1 million in prize money in May. Racing Minister Leon Bignell says the SA government is investing $6 million over two years in more prize money and marketing for the state’s autumn carnival. The boost means the Goodwood and the Robert Sangster Stakes will… Read More »

     
  • Gai eyes Slipper with $1.3m colt from MM

    Gai Waterhouse has paid $1.3 million for a colt she hopes can be as good as his 2008 Golden Slipper-winning sibling Sebring. The colt by More Than Ready out of Purespeed was one of three yearlings to top $1 million on the second day of the Magic Millions Sale on… Read More »

     
  • Trainer reveals cobalt positive on live TV

    Mornington trainer Kane Harris has revealed a horse in his stable has tested positive to cobalt, during a live pre-race interview at Geelong. Harris hit-out at Racing Victoria and its media arm Racing.com before Nitro Nick raced on Thursday, saying vitamins and minerals were behind the two positives which were… Read More »

     
  • Bart Cummings’ wife Valmae dies

    Valmae Cummings, the widow of the late trainer Bart Cummings, has died after a long battle with ill health. Her racehorse trainer-son Anthony announced her death on Twitter saying: “Mum passed away today. Dad is trying to leg her on Saintly. She is abusing him. Everything is back to normal…. Read More »

     
  • Echo Effect to start campaign at Randwick

    When stable star Two Blue retired to stud after a career-best season, it didn’t take long for another horse with the potential to take the mantle of Kristen Buchanan’s stable star to emerge. As a rising eight-year-old Two Blue found herself in a rich vein of form, winning the Group… Read More »

     
  • Jukebox presses Diamond claims on debut

    Premier Melbourne jockey Craig Williams has rated debut winner Jukebox among the top group of juveniles he has ridden so far this season after the colt emerged as a Blue Diamond chance with victory at Geelong. Williams is in the envious position of having ridden what he describes as “three… Read More »

     
  • 8YO Schumacher on road to Randwick return

    Bush trainer David Smith’s success in Highway races was enough to convince a Mudgee local to task him with an improbable comeback for eight-year-old sprinter Schumacher. While Schumacher wiled away the days in owner Debra Lynch’s back paddock, Smith trained Distinctive Look to finish third in a Highway Handicap at… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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