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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Yangtze Rapids breaks through with stylish win at Canterbury

    Chris Waller-trained gelding Yangtze Rapids broke through for his maiden win in fine style at Canterbury on Wednesday. The son of Frankel’s first win has eluded him in his first seven starts, going down by narrow margins before his 2.8 length victory over 1550 metres. Waller notified stewards of his… Read More »

  • Star Of Manhattan breaks maiden in style

    Star Of Manhattan has broken through for her maiden win at Bendigo in the style of a horse that has loads of ability. Henry Dwyer has been surprised by the rapid improvement of Star Of Manhattan who broke through for her maiden victory at Bendigo on Wednesday. Lining-up for her… Read More »

  • The Road To Jericho Cup begins at Albany on Anzac Day weekend

    Albany Racing Club will host ‘The Road to Jericho’ Western Australia qualifier this Monday 26 April where the winner will be guaranteed a start in the Jericho Cup at Warrnambool Racecourse in Victoria. The $100,000 race in Albany is one of several guaranteed start races hosted around the country, with… Read More »

  • Trainer Neville Layt sadly passes away

    Queanbeyan-based trainer Neville Layt sadly passed away on Tuesday afternoon after a battle with illness. Layt, 76, passed away at Canberra Hospital on Tuesday afternoon with wife Barbara by his side. ‘Nifty’, as he was affectionately known, trained the stakes winning Karuta Queen who won the Magic Millions two-year-old Classic… Read More »

  • Constantinople set to chase spot in Melbourne Cup field

    Constantinople will bid to set up his spring campaign when he steps out in the William Newton VC Handicap at Flemington. Lindsay Park held high hopes for Constantinople when he arrived from Ireland for the 2019 Melbourne Spring Carnival. An unlucky first-up fourth in the Caulfield Cup saw Constantinople one… Read More »

  • Khoekhoe with conditions to suit in Frank Packer Plate

    Matt Cumani says a wider barrier draw in the Frank Packer Plate will allow Khoekhoe to be ridden colder and come with a late finish. Most trainers hope for an inside draw to give their horses the best opportunity in a race, but when it comes to Khoekhoe, Matt Cumani… Read More »

  • Gin Martini set to pop in G1 Champagne Stakes

    John Sargent-trained filly Gin Martini is set to tackle Group 1 company ahead of schedule in Saturday’s Champagne Stakes at Randwick. The daughter of Rip Van Winkle has caught her trainer by surprise with a brilliant first preparation which will culminate in a Group 1 start this weekend. Gin Martini… Read More »

  • Nature Strip secures slot in The Everest

    A deal has been struck that will see Nature Strip run for Chris Waller Racing in The Everest. Having contested the past two editions of The Everest, Nature Strip will this year run in the slot held by his trainer Chris Waller. The announcement was made on Tuesday that the… Read More »

  • Final Chill warms up trainer Kieran Mcdonagh

    Final Chill’s improved form has surprised many, not least the gelding’s trainer. Kieran Mcdonagh admits he had doubts Final Chill would reach his current heights but after a string of victories his opinion has been swayed. Final Chill has exceeded expectations with consecutive wins and will chase a fourth victory… Read More »

  • Victorian club lambasted for charging trainer

    The Swan Hill Jockey Club has been lambasted on social media after their decision to charge, find guilty and sanction trainer Nathan Hobson for comments he made about the Swan Hill track in the media. Hobson had been referring to the firmness of the track at the meeting on February… Read More »

  • All Aged Stakes off the cards for Brandenburg

    The John Sargent-trained Brandenburg will look to add to his tally of wins as he lines up to contest the Royal Randwick 100 Handicap on Saturday. The four-year-old finished last in his first run back from a spell, but was only beaten 4.8 lengths. A steep improvement is expected of… Read More »

  • In-form Matthew McGillivray looking for more opportunities

    Matthew McGillivray is hoping that the five winners he rode over the weekend will help get him back in the frame as far as doors opening to greater opportunities is concerned. McGillivray rode a treble at the Gold Coast on Saturday and followed up with a double at the Sunshine… Read More »

  • Prince Romany set to tackle VRC St Leger at Flemington

    Prince Romany is set to tackle one of Melbourne’s oldest races, the VRC St Leger at Flemington. Matt Cumani says ideally he would like some more time between runs for Prince Romany ahead of the Listed VRC St Leger (2800m) at Flemington. Prince Romany bounced back to form over 2200m… Read More »

  • In-form Mahamedeis could back-up at Caulfield

    Newly-based Flemington trainer Nick Ryan says Mahamedeis has done so well since his win in the VOBIS Gold Heath that he is considering another 2000m option at Caulfield. Mahamedeis scored last Saturday taking home a $158,500 first prize cheque for connections and Ryan is considering another race at Caulfield on Saturday in search of another $74,250… Read More »

  • Deepstrike is Adelaide bound for the Chairman’s Stakes

    Deepstrike is Adelaide bound for the Chairman’s Stakes at Morphettville as part of his build-up to the South Australian Derby. A plan devised at winning the Group 1 South Australian Derby with Deepstrike will take its next step via a traditional lead up race at Morphettville. The Mick Price and… Read More »

  • Wendy Roche discusses the quirks of Nettoyer

    Wendy Roche speaks on Nettoyer after the mare claimed her second Group 1 victory in the Queen Of The Turf Stakes at Randwick last Saturday. How’d she get into your stables? “John Crowley and I bought her together as a yearling at the Easter sales, I think it was the… Read More »

  • Promising sprinter River Beau to bypass the Belmont winter season

    Promising sprinter River Beau will target Group 3 races and bypass the Belmont winter season, according to trainer Bruce Watkins. River Beau secured back-to-back victories at Ascot last Saturday and his third from five starts this preparation as he looks to wind up his summer and autumn campaign with a… Read More »

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