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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Multiple G2 winner changes stables

    Multiple G2 winner and G1 placed ‘Hooked’ will leave the John Thompson stables and head south to be trained by Wez Hunter. Managing owner Sean Buckley decided on the change of stables as he feels the horse needs to try something different in order to get the horse back to… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner retired for a second time

    G1 winner Spillway has been officially retired for a second time following an injury in jumpout at Pakenham this morning. Spillway was previously retired following a suspensory injury when he ran fourth in the million Queen Elizabeth Stakes. David Hayes brought the G1 winner out of retirement after he saw… Read More »

     
  • Cudabeen gets chance to show her class

    Cudabeen could be Tracey Bartley’s ticket back to the big time. The Wyong trainer won three Group One races with Sniper’s Bullet who retired in 2013 after winning more than $2.6 million prize money. While the stable has not returned to those heights since, talented two-year-old Cudabeen is set to… Read More »

     
  • Sandown return for Lane after winter break

    After a winter break which included a trip to England, Group One-winning jockey Damian Lane returns to race riding for the first time in more than six weeks at Sandown. Lane hasn’t ridden in a race since June 4 and has one ride on Wednesday aboard the Matthew Ellerton and… Read More »

     
  • Weather key to Warwick Farm: Portelli

    Predicted rain in Sydney will shape Gary Portelli’s week with the trainer juggling his options. Portelli is hoping to have four runners at his home track on Wednesday but if the rain arrives early that could be reduced to two, Cosmic Cameo and Lot Three Four One who was also… Read More »

     
  • Submissions on whip rule invited

    Racing Australia has invited written submissions as part of its review into the controversial whip rules. Last month, RA announced a sub committee chaired by former Victorian chief steward Des Gleeson to look into the latest version of the rule introduced in December. Under this rule, a jockey is limited… Read More »

     
  • Who Shot Thebarman wins barrier trial

    Veteran stayer Who Shot Thebarman has been an eye-catching winner of a 900 metre barrier trial at Rosehill. The Chris Waller-trained seven-year-old is expected to begin his spring campaign in next month’s Warwick Stakes against his Cox Plate-winning stablemate Winx. Another Waller-trained Group One winner, Preferment, finished just behind the… Read More »

     
  • New Zealand G2 winner transferred to Weir stable

    Talented New Zealand three-year-old The Justice League has been transferred to premier Melbourne trainer Darren Weir. The Justice League has won three of his 10 starts for trainer and part-owner Nigel Tiley including the Group Two Wellington Guineas (1400m) at his most recent start in March. “A deal to sell… Read More »

     
  • Stewards, jockeys to meet over Ride Guide

    Stewards and jockeys will meet to discuss the controversial Ride Guide, an online view from riders of their mounts ahead of race meetings. Racing NSW chief steward Marc Van Gestel said he would be talking to the media company behind the initiative on Tuesday along with jockeys including Melbourne’s Chris… Read More »

     
  • Bio Security Measures Relaxed At Randwick

    Racing NSW Stewards were this afternoon advised that the analysis of a sample taken from the horse Rivo Boy, trained by Anthony Cummings ¬†at Randwick, returned a negative result to the Hendra Virus. Bio-Security measures were put in place at Randwick this morning as a precaution, however, these measures have… Read More »

     
  • Dartmouth added to King George field

    The Queen’s Royal Ascot winner Dartmouth is a late entry for the Group One King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes. The Sir Michael Stoute-trained Dartmouth won the Hardwicke Stakes at the Royal meeting over the same 12-furlong (2400m) distance as Saturday’s race. The four-year-old has been introduced to the… Read More »

     
  • Dead horse tests negative to Hendra virus

    Blood tests taken from a horse that died suddenly at Randwick Racecourse have returned negative results to the Hendra virus. Monday’s death of the Anthony Cummings-trained Rivo Boy, which was being treated for an illness, prompted Racing NSW stewards to enact bio-security measures. The restrictions were relaxed in the afternoon… Read More »

     
  • Leveraction ruled out of Flemington race

    Country trainer Daryl Archard knew a comment made to a fellow horse person would come back to bite him. His stable star Leveraction has had a trouble-free career but a recent joint strain has forced Archard to sent the gelding to the paddock. “It always brings you bad luck when… Read More »

     
  • Weeding’s long road to training horses

    Craig Weeding’s winding road to training racehorses will lead him to Canterbury for his first city runner. Agent will be just his third starter and is nominated for the July Sprint (1100m) and the benchmark 85 handicap (1250m) at Canterbury on Saturday. Weeding would rather run Agent in the July… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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