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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Black Caviar’s mother Helsinge dies

    Helsinge, the mother of undefeated champion mare Black Caviar, has died at the age of 15. Owned by Rick Jamieson of Gilgai Farm, the unraced Helsinge made a significant impact as a broodmare, most notably as the mother of Black Caviar who was unbeaten in her 25 starts which included… Read More »

     
  • Champion broodmare Helsinge dies

    Champion broodmare Helsinge, the mother of Black Caviar has died aged 15. Helsinge who never raced, foaled two Group 1 winners in the way of unbeaten mare Black Caviar and All Too Hard with another one of her foals Moshe also standing at stud. In tragic news… Helsinge the mum… Read More »

     
  • British racing could lose Kempton course

    British racing has received a seismic jolt with the Jockey Club Racecourses announcing Kempton, home of the historic King George VI Chase, could be closed for housing redevelopment. The track’s owners, who operate 14 other racecourses in Great Britain, hope to invest STG500million ($A825 million) into the sport in a… Read More »

     
  • Princely mount for Panya in Gosford Cup

    Emerging apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has been retained to partner Foreign Prince in the Listed Gosford Cup where she will be pitted against champion Melbourne-based rider Damien Oliver. Trainer David Payne has kept the faith in Panya who is equal-third with Nick Heywood in a tight Sydney apprentice premiership race… Read More »

     
  • Zupacharged chasing first stakes win

    Zupacharged is ready for another crack at the Chester Manifold Stakes at Flemington where he will be out to improve on his minor placing from a year ago. The Kylie Vella-trained seven-year-old gelding was scratched from the recent Group Three Standish Handicap (1200m) on January 1 – a race he… Read More »

     
  • Barthelona to make Flemington return

    A $250,000 sales restricted race is the aim for sprinting colt Barthelona but first he will be out to prove his effectiveness down the straight at Flemington when he resumes from a spell. The Mike Moroney-trained Barthelona has won three of his four starts and is set to make his… Read More »

     
  • Esteban building towards trio of Cups

    Caulfield and Melbourne Cups are promising stayer Esteban’s focus but John Sargent believes the exciting prospect has attributes which could make him a weight-for-age star. The trainer is known for producing top-class stayers and he rates Esteban’s potential in the upper echelon. “He’s not a grinding stayer. I’ve had a… Read More »

     
  • Graeme Spackman’s colours win at Nowra

    Hangover Monday has scored an emotional win at Nowra in the colours of popular Goulburn trainer Graeme Spackman who has died after a short battle with cancer. Spackman, who died on Tuesday, had his last runners in his own name at Canberra on Melbourne Cup day, November 1, with both… Read More »

     
  • Loyalty Man to be dual acceptor

    The Magic Millions Cup is Mike Moroney’s race of choice for last-start winner Loyalty Man but he has a back-up option in Sydney. Loyalty Man is entered for the $1 million Magic Millions Cup (1400m) at the Gold Coast on Saturday and also the $100,000 Maroubra Mile (1600m) at Randwick…. Read More »

     
  • Murraguldrie marches forward to Canterbury

    While injury has twice stalled Murraguldrie’s career, the bargain buy gelding’s form has trainer Rob Potter and an adoring group of owners dreaming of a hometown Cup. March’s $200,000 Listed Canberra Cup (2000m) is the main target but first the horse will attempt to win back-to-back city races in the… Read More »

     
  • Lady Selkirk out to bounce back at Sandown

    Autumn ambitions for Lady Selkirk go on trial at Sandown where the mare chases the first win of her campaign. Lady Selkirk showed her promise with back-to-back city wins at the tail end of last season in a three-year-old open handicap and the Silver Bowl Series Final, both over 1600m… Read More »

     
  • Omei Sword trials quietly at Warwick Farm

    Group One placegetter Omei Sword has been given a quiet time in a barrier trial as she gradually builds towards her main autumn target. The Chris Waller-trained filly was a dominant winner of the Group Two Silver Shadow Stakes in August before finishing second to Astern in the Group One Golden… Read More »

     
  • Houtzen has to create history in Millions

    Star filly Houtzen will have to become only the third horse in history to come from the outside barrier to win the Magic Millions Two-Year-Old Classic at the Gold Coast. Houtzen drew barrier 21 in the field of 16 plus five emergencies for Saturday’s $2 million race. Molokai Prince (1988)… Read More »

     
  • Favourite Houtzen draws poorly in Millions

    Houtzen is an easing favourite for the $2 million Magic Millions Classic after coming up with the outside barrier in the Gold Coast feature. The Toby Edmonds-trained filly drew barrier 21 in the field of 16 plus five emergencies. Her main market rival, the Chris Waller-trained From Within has drawn… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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