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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Bowman outed but right for Hong Kong ride

    Hugh Bowman has relinquished the ride on Libran in the Sydney Cup in order to be free to ride Werther in a Group One race in Hong Kong. Bowman was suspended for causing interference to English when he rode Le Romain to second in Saturday’s All Aged Stakes. The six-meeting… Read More »

     
  • Sadlers combine for family Easter Cup win

    John Sadler has described combining with his son to win the Easter Cup with Observational as one of the bigger thrills he has had in racing. Observational gave 22-year-old jockey Tom Sadler the first stakes win of his career when he surged clear in the straight in Saturday’s Group Three… Read More »

     
  • James Doyle leaves Sydney on a high

    English jockey James Doyle has signed off from his Sydney sojourn in style with a Group Three win at Randwick. A retained rider for Godolphin, Doyle was sent to Australia late last year by his employer to fill the void left by the absence of its former No.1 Australian rider… Read More »

     
  • Tivaci defies pattern in All Aged Stakes

    It’s a parting gift that’s hard to beat. Stud-bound Tivaci snapped his Group One duck to win All Aged Stakes at Randwick on Saturday. In possibly his last start, the Mike Moroney-trained Tivaci surged from near last to snatch the weight-for-age feature from Le Romain by a neck. He defied… Read More »

     
  • Fans pack Caulfield to say farewell to Greg Miles

    The Easter festivities were in full swing as a crowd of over 8000 people were on-course at Caulfield’s Easter Cup Day to farewell a legend of Victorian Racing. Greg Miles, Victoria’s voice of racing for the last 37 years, signed off on his distinguished career by calling a race named… Read More »

     
  • Hooked takes out Group 3 Victoria Handicap

    Hooked has snapped a 19-month absence from the winner’s circle in the Victoria Handicap at Caulfield. Trained for the majority of his career by John Thompson in Sydney, Hooked is now in the care of trainer Robert Smerdon at Caulfield. And Saturday’s hard-fought victory over a gallant Charmed Harmony came… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver’s Mauritius contract falls through

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver will stay in Australia for now after his contract to ride in Mauritius fell through. Oliver, who won the Group One All Aged Stakes on Tivaci at Randwick on Saturday, was due to leave Australia this week to take up a contract on the island nation…. Read More »

     
  • Siegfried the real deal in Doomben victory

    Gold Coast gelding Siegfried was finally able to win over his regular jockey Jeff Lloyd with his Doomben win on Saturday. Siegfried ($3.10) was given the run of the race before scoring by 3/4 length to Sir Moments ($16). The gelding has been racing since January and won three races… Read More »

     
  • The Mission bubbles over in G1 Champagne Stakes

    The man who took Choisir to the world has claimed a Group One win with one of his sons in the Champagne Stakes at Randwick. The Mission ($9), trained by Paul Perry, led for all of the 1600m to keep the $1.85 Luxbet favourite Invader at bay by 2-1/4 lengths…. Read More »

     
  • Edward Cummings ticks goal off wish list

    Like father, like son. Edward Cummings followed in his father’s Anthony’s footsteps by celebrating his first stakes win as a trainer when outsider Top Of My List won the Japan Racing Association Plate at Randwick. Another landmark victory for the storied racing family was also a welcome outcome for Anthony… Read More »

     
  • Boom Time could be Sydney Cup bound

    Boom Time could have earned himself a crack at the rescheduled Sydney Cup with a front-running win in a staying race at Caulfield. The David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained stayer led for most of Saturday’s Robert Taranto Handicap (2425m). Boom Time ($6) was full of running rounding the… Read More »

     
  • The Mission claims the Champagne Stakes

    Newcastle-trained The Mission has scored a decisive win in the Champagne Stakes, leading most of the way to beat odds-on favourite Invader. Making his own luck under jockey Damian Lane, The Mission who jumped at $9.50 with WilliamHill established a clear-cut lead in the middle stages and was never seriously… Read More »

     
  • Tumbler confirms potential in Doomben win

    Trainer Barry Lockwood has always felt his mare Tumbler was something special. And at Doomben on Saturday she proved it. Tumbler ($1.90) overcame a slow early pace to storm home and beat Straturbo ($8.50) by a long neck. It was Tumbler’s sixth win from seven starts in a career which… Read More »

     
  • Redzel makes own luck in front

    Toughened up by two recent close defeats, Redzel has had his moment in the sun with a Group Three win at Randwick. The noted front-runner was collard by English in the Group Two Challenge Stakes and again by his stablemate Russian Revolution in the Group One Galaxy. Co-trainer Peter Snowden… Read More »