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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Take two for buckjumping Shades of Rose

    A buckjumping display put paid to the chances of Shades Of Rose extending her unbeaten record to four, but having successfully passed a subsequent barrier trial test, she will be out to get her career back on track at Rosehill. Resuming at the same venue a fortnight ago, the filly reacted… Read More »

  • Grafton the right recipe for Bjorn Baker’s Arapaho

    Having passed a significant distance test in the Caloundra Cup, Arapaho will head to the second day of the popular Grafton carnival in search of a breakthrough stakes success. The five-year-old lines up in the Listed Grafton Cup (2350m) on Thursday after beating all but Le Don De Vie at his first… Read More »

  • Victoria Derby bid for Transzam at Flemington

    The Robbie Griffiths and Mathew de Kock stable have Victoria Derby aspirations with Transzam and a part of that process involves a start at Flemington. The Byerley Handicap (1800m) on Saturday is the race that Griffiths and de Kock have earmarked for the son of Pierro ahead of a spring campaign. Griffiths… Read More »

  • Jake Bayliss lands first Group win in Singapore

    Jake Bayliss always dreamed of getting a license to ride in Singapore and he was absolutely over the moon when he got that call up at the start of the year. Bayliss was already a Group 1 winning rider before making the move from Australia to Singapore, but his Group… Read More »

  • Michael Cahill makes a winning return

    The best thing you can do when you fall off a horse is get back on it again. Ok, that might be a variation on a saying, but the principle essentially remains true. It’s all about putting the incident behind you and allaying any fears that might linger as a… Read More »

  • Robbie Fradd happy to ride winners anywhere

    Sometimes you have to adjust your sights to hit your target. But that can sometimes be easier said than done when the nature of the change can be construed by others as a step backwards … and so you might have to be brave to do what is best for… Read More »

  • Michael Cahill returns a winner after long lay-off

    The best thing you can do when you fall off a horse is get back on it again. Ok, that might be a variation on a saying, but the principle essentially remains true. It’s all about putting the incident behind you and allaying any fears that might linger as a… Read More »

  • City success beckons for Ferago

    When Patrick Ryan bought Ferago online last spring, it wasn’t because he thought he’d found an untapped stayer who could keep the till ticking over at Sandown in winter. The trainer from Grassmere, near Warrnambool, paid $5500 for the seven-start maiden, who was previously trained by James Fraser, with a view to… Read More »

  • Giga Kick to launch into spring at Flemington

    Impressive debut Sale winner Giga Kick is heading to town in a bid to show his credentials ahead of a spring campaign. The Clayton Douglas-trained two-year-old is down to run in the Trevor Clarke Handicap (1000m) at Flemington on Saturday, his first run since February. Giga Kick is owned by Pinecliff Racing and… Read More »

  • Breeders’ Cup new digital series

    Rosie Tapner has ‘flown the gates’ with the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series now available on their Facebook and YouTube pages, and World Horse Racing’s social platforms. Produced by World Horse Racing, and hosted by international talent Rosie Tapner, the new series takes us through the Breeders’ Cup Challenge Series Races run around the world. Produced and… Read More »

  • Brisbane stable to test Melbourne waters

    Lightly raced Queensland galloper Uncommon James is expected to be Melbourne bound for some early races ahead of the spring carnival heating up. A winner of four of his five starts for Steven O’Dea and Matthew Hoysted, Uncommon James is being aimed at the Listed Regal Roller Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Kyle Wilson-Taylor claims Brisbane apprentice title

    Kyle Wilson-Taylor will be crowned the Brisbane Apprentice Jockeys’ Premiership winner for the 2021/22 season. That statement has got to have a nice ring to it for the young rider who can now officially claim that distinction following a tremendous, head-to-head battle over recent months with colleague and friend Jaden… Read More »

  • Mosheen yearling sells for $4.8m

    A yearling out of a mare well-known to Australian racing has been a star performer on Monday’s first day of the JRHA’s Select Sale in Japan. The colt by Maurice from four-time Group 1 winner Mosheen was easily the standout performer in the first half of Day 1’s trade, getting… Read More »

  • Artorius earns shot at French Group 1

    Artorius earned himself a shot at another European Group 1 with his July Cup third placing with the colt to contest a Group 1 in France next month. The Anthony and Sam Freedman-trained stable confirmed via twitter on Monday morning that Artorius would contest the Group 1 Prix Maurice De Gheest… Read More »

  • Incentivise out of the Spring

    Caulfield Cup winner Incentivise has been ruled out of the Spring Racing Carnival. Trainer Peter Moody has this morning announced that stable star Incentivise has been ruled out of the Spring and will immediately head to the paddock. Incentivise was the 2022 Melbourne Cup favourite prior to the news being… Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup winner Incentivise’s Spring preparation begins

    Incentivise’s level of involvement in this year’s Spring Carnival could become clearer from this week with Peter Moody set to increase his workload. Last year’s Caulfield Cup winner will be given a gallop at Pakenham as his slow build-up from the injury sustained in last year’s Melbourne Cup continues. Moody has… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper runner-up slated for return in The Rosebud

    The first two runs of Best Of Bordeaux’s spring campaign have been locked in but beyond that, trainer Kacy Fogden is keeping an open mind. The Golden Slipper runner-up proved one of the best of his generation as a two-year-old, winning the Canonbury Stakes and Silver Slipper before beating all but… Read More »

  • 10/7/2022 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Ten races will be run and won at Sha Tin on Sunday, with good depth across the program. Race One: 2 Happy Won Race Two: 11 Moeraki Race Three: 5 Country Treasure Race Four: 12 Grand Power Race Five: 1 California Vanes Race Six: 1 Let’s Do It Race Seven:… Read More »

  • Horse Racing The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – 9/7/2022

    Taksu continued his winning ways, a boom horse and his balloon were popped at Caulfield while at Doomben, a couple of maligned gallopers from Toowoomba got Stakes wins. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Taksu Wins Winter Stakes… Read More »

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