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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Jake to stake Qld Derby claims

    New Zealand trainer Donna Logan is hoping Jake The Muss can cement a trans-Tasman trip to join stablemate Here He Comes in the Queensland Derby. Jake The Muss runs over 2100 metres on Wednesday at Ruakaka, his home track. Logan and co-trainer Chris Gibbs believe Jake The Muss has the… Read More »

     
  • Dubois seeks another French connection

    Jean Dubois returns to France in July with perseverance the motivation, not homesickness. While countryman and predecessor at Woodpark Stud in Mittagong, Louis Baudron eventually yearned for home last year, Dubois will source French talent to strengthen his stable. Initially a leading reinsman and harness racing trainer, Dubois switched focus… Read More »

     
  • Weir horses booked for Brisbane travel

    The chances of Darren Weir being a player in the Brisbane winter carnival rest with a Qantas cargo carrier in Melbourne. Weir has horses booked to travel to Brisbane in the early hours of three mornings this week but the stable won’t know until as late as 10pm whether they… Read More »

     
  • Matt Cumani pleads guilty to two charges

    Trainer Matt Cumani has pleaded guilty to two charges relating to his failure to notify stewards of a strangles infection in his Ballarat stables. Cumani fronted the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday and pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct prejudicial to the image, interests, or welfare of… Read More »

     
  • Capacity field to line up in Goodwood

    A capacity field of 20 plus three emergencies has been declared for Adelaide’s premier open sprint, the $1 million Goodwood. Last year’s winner Black Heart Bart and the Peter Gelagotis-trained Malaguerra head the field with 59kg and have drawn barriers two and nine respectively in the 1200m-race at Morphettville on… Read More »

     
  • Snitzel poised to take 2yo record

    A Wyong two-year-old maiden could be a defining moment for leading sire Snitzel. His daughter Madonnica runs in Tuesday’s 1100m-race, and if she wins, she will give Snitzel a record 31 individual juvenile winners for the season. As he did last year, Snitzel has equalled Without Fear’s mark established in… Read More »

     
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  • RV lay charges against Maher and Connolly

    Leading trainer Ciaron Maher and his former racing manager Ben Connolly have been charged following an investigation into the ownership bona fides of five horses including Group One winner Azkadellia. Maher has been issued with four charges inclduing improper and dishonourable action and conduct prejudicial to the image, interests and… Read More »

     
  • NSW trainer banned for 15 months

    Grafton trainer Daniel Want has been disqualified for 15 months after being found guilty of a cobalt offence. A post-race sample taken from the Want-trained I Too Can Dance after he won a maiden at Grafton in February was found to contain a higher than allowable concentration of cobalt. Want… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup hope to make local debut at Flemington

    An imported stayer David Hayes hopes will be a Melbourne Cup contender is set to get his first taste of Australian racing when he steps out at Flemington. Hayes, who now trains in partnership with his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig, has last year’s English St Leger runner-up Ventura… Read More »

     
  • Foreign Prince back on familiar territory

    Foreign Prince might not be the best horse in David Payne’s stable but he is one of his favourites. The six-year-old begins his latest campaign over 1500 metres at Rosehill on Saturday with the trainer hoping for another lucrative winter. Last year, Foreign Prince won more than $100,000 from his… Read More »

     
  • The Straight Six next for Malibu Style

    Perth trainer Neville Parnham has resisted any temptation to give Malibu Style a crack at the Group One Goodwood and is instead keeping the sprinter in Melbourne to chase another stakes win in the Listed Straight Six at Flemington. Malibu Style has been based at Flemington since early April for… Read More »

     
  • Two-pronged Goodwood attack for Price

    Mick Price already has the trainer’s trophy from Adelaide’s first $1 million race in his keeping and will be two handed in his pursuit of another. The Price-trained Secret Agenda won the UBET Classic last Saturday week and will try to add the Goodwood, also over 1200 metres, to her… Read More »

     
  • Forster set to break Doomben Cup drought

    Trainer Desleigh Forster is confident in-form jockey Jim Byrne can to help her break a 34-year drought for Brisbane horses in the Group One Doomben Cup. No Brisbane horse has won the Cup since 1983 when Lord Seaman, who was trained by Doomben-based Don Cleal, took the race. Forster has… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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