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  • Big Delight chases hat-trick at city debut

    Trainer Tom Cowan isn’t backing away from the task confronting lightly raced filly Big Delight ahead of her metropolitan debut at Sandown. The daughter of Lago Delight is coming off successive country wins at Stony Creek and Moe and tackles older mares in the Schweppes Handicap on Wednesday. Big Delight… Read More »

     
  • Michael Costa chases more metro success

    Few wins have meant as much to Michael Costa than Viaductress’ breakthrough at city level. Now Costa is hoping to further repay the faith shown in him by successful owner-breeder David Bentata when Viaductress chases back-to-back midweek wins at Canterbury on Wednesday. Viaductress stamped herself as a filly of promise… Read More »

     
  • RV stewards to hold inquiry after wagering investigation

    Racing Victoria stewards will launch an inquiry into the race tactics adopted by the Kym Hann trained Bolshoi Bandit at Echuca after stewards investigated and analysed wagering on the race. Bolshoi Bandit was sent out as the $4.40 second favourite before settling at the rear of the field by jockey… Read More »

     
  • Hugh Bowman leads World’s Best Jockey standings

    Australian jockey Hugh Bowman currently leads the World’s Best Jockey Standings for the current season with Bowman ten points ahead of second placed Ryan Moore. View the standings below. .@HugeBowman No.1 in latest Longines World's Best Jockey standings. @G1X_RACING pic.twitter.com/pmy3zk1MB5 — Trent Masenhelder (@tmase04) April 25, 2016

     
  • Two late nominations for 2016 Victory Stakes Field

    There have been two late nominations to Saturday’s Victory Stakes field after nominations were extended. View them below. With original nominations extended for Saturday's Group 2 Victory Stakes at Doomben… Charlie Boy and Rock Royalty are late entries. — Andrew Bensley (@AndrewBensley) April 25, 2016

     
  • Group One Goodwood the aim for Supido

    Trainer Mick Kent has the Group One Goodwood in his sights for Supido but the emerging sprinter is not yet guaranteed a start. Supido made it five straight wins when he claimed a 1200m-Benchmark 84 at Flemington on Monday, his first start since February. Kent revealed he was keen to… Read More »

     
  • Small field likely for Victory Stakes

    Canberra sprinter Fell Swoop is likely to face a small field when he begins his Brisbane campaign in the Victory Stakes at Doomben. Entries for Saturday’s Group Two race have been extended until Tuesday with just six nominations taken. Fell Swoop’s trainer Matthew Dale will have to find a new… Read More »

     
  • Kieren Fallon back among the winners

    Kieren Fallon has announced his return to British racing after an absence of almost a year, riding a double at Ayr. The six-time British champion took time off in 2015, but is now fighting fit and enjoying his work again on both sides of the Irish Sea. He has settled… Read More »

     
  • Oliver, Nolen suspended at Flemington

    Damien Oliver will miss the ride on Fell Swoop in the Group Two Victory Stakes in Brisbane after being suspended for careless riding. Oliver pleaded guilty to a charge arising from Monday’s Listed VRC St Leger at Flemington when he rode the James Cummings-trained Joueur. Stewards banned Oliver for seven… Read More »

     
  • Waller brings up double century

    Chris Waller has arrived back in Sydney from a short holiday just in time to welcome his 200th winner for the season. Sydney’s premier trainer rarely takes time off but says he came back to a stable running smoothly after six days away. Via Napoli won the opening race, beating… Read More »

     
  • Well-bred Lionhearted chasing stakes win

    Blue-blooded colt Lionhearted will return to Melbourne racing chasing a first victory in the Listed Redoute’s Choice Stakes at Caulfield. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained Lionhearted is by Fastnet Rock out of the mare Scandinavia, the grand-dam of Black Caviar. Lionhearted was unplaced in the Blue Diamond Prelude at… Read More »

     
  • Cool Chap takes out the VRC St Leger

    Daniel Stackhouse has earned praise from champion trainer Lee Freedman for his winning VRC St Leger ride on Cool Chap but his day has been tempered by a careless riding ban from an earlier race. Stackhouse guided the Lee and Anthony Freedman-trained Cool Chap to a convincing win in Monday’s… Read More »

     
  • Throssell wins Anzac Day Stakes

    A horse named after a Victoria Cross recipient has taken out the Listed Anzac Day Stakes at Flemington. Two-year-old gelding Throssell, named after Gallipoli veteran Hugo Throssell, raced to victory in Monday’s 1400m race at the Anzac Day meeting in Melbourne. Now in the care of trainer Ciaron Maher, the… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua and Buffering in great shape

    Chautauqua has allayed any fears his trainers might have had over his ability to cope with his first overseas trip. Michael Hawkes is in charge of the champion sprinter in Hong Kong while his father John and brother Wayne look after the stables at home in Australia. Chautauqua is the… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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