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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Order Of St George wins St Leger Trial

    Melbourne Cup favourite Order Of St George has run out a comfortable winner of the Irish St Leger Trial Stakes for the second year running at the Curragh. The Aidan O’Brien-trained four-year-old was sent off at 2-11 for Saturday’s Group Three contest following his impressive Gold Cup triumph at Royal… Read More »

     
  • Buffering wins Qld’s Horse of the Year

    Buffering wins Qld’s Horse of the Year

    Champion sprinter Buffering has been named Queensland’s Horse of the year for an unprecedented fifth time. Now a nine-year-old Buffering was clearly the best performed Queensland horse last season, winning the Group One Al Quoz Sprint in Dubai, the Group One Moir Stakes in Melbourne and the Group One Winterbottom… Read More »

     
  • Heatherly returns with speedy Valley win

    Heatherly returns with speedy Valley win

    Highly talented sprinter Heatherly has shown her liking for the Moonee Valley circuit by outspeeding her rivals to register a first-up victory. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra trained mare was having her first run since February in taking out the Listed Carlyon Stakes on Saturday. Ridden by Damian Lane,… Read More »

     
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  • Christian Reith cops careless riding ban

    Christian Reith will miss the chance to ride Le Romain in the Tramway Stakes after being suspended for careless riding at Randwick. Reith received a four-meeting ban for his ride on New Divide in the Highway Plate. The suspension will be served after he finishes another four-meeting careless riding ban… Read More »

     
  • Royal Rapture scores again in Melbourne

    Royal Rapture scores again in Melbourne

    Apprentice Jordan Childs has made the most of a pick-up ride on Royal Rapture, steering the in-form gelding to a convincing win at Moonee Valley. Michael Dee had ridden Royal Rapture to victory in his past two starts and was booked to ride him again in Saturday’s Westar Trucks Isuzu… Read More »

     
  • Thousands pack Randwick for Winx return

    Thousands pack Randwick for Winx return

    Thousands of people have turned up to watch Winx return to the racetrack and bring home her 10th consecutive win. Randwick racecourse was decked out in her race colours of blue and white for the champion mare’s return in the Warwick Stakes. She cruised to the finish line to win… Read More »

     
  • Avdulla produces gem of a ride on Pearls

    Avdulla produces gem of a ride on Pearls

    Godolphin’s No.1 jockey might be back in town, but trainer John O’Shea says Brenton Avdulla still has a big part to play in the stable’s spring fortunes. On James McDonald’s first Sydney Saturday meeting since Anzac Day, Avdulla, who rode for Godolphin in his absence, guided Pearls to a Group… Read More »

     
  • Ken’s Dream makes step to stakes company

    A colt named in honour of his breeder has maintained an unbeaten start to his career with a stakes victory at Moonee Valley. Ken’s Dream raced to a nine-length win at Echuca on debut, earning the step up to Saturday’s Listed McKenzie Stakes (1200m) Moonee Valley. And after racing on… Read More »

     
  • Queen’s horse gets second Australian win

    Queen’s horse gets second Australian win

    A decision by the Queen’s racing manager has paved the way for Bold Sniper to register his second Australian success. Co-trainer David Hayes said it was on the advice of John Warren that Bold Sniper tackled the Mayoral Charity Community Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday. “John Warren, the Queen’s… Read More »

     
  • Winx makes it 10 in a row

    Winx makes it 10 in a row

    As a reminder of what came before and a portent of things to come, Australia’s best racehorse has put on an awesome display in front of an adoring crowd at Randwick. Winx cruised to her 10th consecutive win at her first start since the Doncaster Mile in April in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Reward for McGillivray Syd-Bris switch

    Apprentice Matt McGillivray’s decision to split his time between Sydney and Brisbane has paid dividends with Dream Choice winning at Eagle Farm. Dream Choice ($7.50) made up six lengths in the straight to beat Into the Red ($4.80) by 1-1/4 lengths in the Northside Women’s Health Handicap. McGillivray was apprenticed… Read More »

     
  • Sweet Sherry scored first-up for new yard

    Sweet Sherry scored first-up for new yard

    Co-trainer Troy Corstens says Sweet Sherry is way short of her top despite a narrow first-up win at Moonee Valley. Having her first start for Corstens, Sweet Sherry ($6.50) took out the Cleanaway Plate by a half-head from Tan Tat Beauty ($9). Mowtown Lil ($5) ran on to finish third,… Read More »

     
  • Tycoon Tara wins second Group race

    Tycoon Tara wins second Group race

    The breeding barn can wait for Tycoon Tara who has backed up a Group win on the heaviest Randwick track in memory with another on the first good surface for months. The former Victorian has now had two starts for Peter and Paul Snowden for wins in the Group Two… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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