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  • Buoyant market at Easter yearling sale

    A brother to dual Group One winner Shoals has become the star of the show at the Easter Yearling Sale in Sydney, fetching $2.3 million. The sale topper by Fastnet Rock out of The Broken Shore, was sold at the third session of the main book of the annual sale… Read More »

  • Alizee seeks repeat G1 victory at Randwick

    Godolphin head trainer James Cummings is confident Alizee can add a second Group One to her record with a peak performance in the Coolmore Legacy Stakes at Randwick. The three-year-old filly returns to the fray after finding the 2000 metres of Group One Vinery Stud Stakes a touch too far… Read More »

  • Omineca scores for Wests Tigers star

    Sitting in the NRL top four with the Wests Tigers is hard to beat for co-captain Chris Lawrence, but being a winning racehorse owner is also a thrill. Omineca, ridden by Hugh Bowman, ran down $3.10 favourite Semper Fidelis late to break his maiden in the [email protected] Handicap (1600m) to… Read More »

  • Jenny Duggan back in winner’s circle

    NSW apprentice Jenny Duggan has capped her comeback with victory on Arizona Wildcat at Ipswich. Duggan broke her leg in a fall 4-1/2 years ago and had two children before deciding to resume her apprenticeship last month. She travelled to Queensland on Wednesday to ride Arizona Wildcat for Gosford trainer… Read More »

  • Invincore overcomes problems for debut win

    Leading syndicate boss Grant Morgan admits to being as nervous as he has for a long time before expensive two-year-old Invincore’s winning debut at Ipswich. Invincore ($3.10) did a lot wrong before wearing down the heavily backed Adoradiva ($2.40) by a half head by in the 2YO Handicap (1100m) on… Read More »

  • Tiny Corrs breaks through for city victory

    Trainer Matt Cumani wishes staying mare Corrs was a hand or two taller but doesn’t doubt her heart after she broke her city duck at Sandown. Taking advantage of apprentice Fred Kersley’s 2kg claim, Corrs won Wednesday’s Dream Thoroughbreds Handicap (2400m) following a rails hugging ride. Sent off an $8.50… Read More »

  • Bring Me Roses gets another Oaks chance

    Jockey Luke Currie’s main objective will be to get Bring Me Roses settled early in the Australian Oaks to give the filly every chance in the Group One Classic at Randwick. Bring Me Roses failed in the Group One Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m) at Rosehill last start but has bounced… Read More »

  • Libran on track for Sydney Cup

    Englishman Harry Herbert is in Australia with high expectations for Libran in the Sydney Cup as the syndicator continues to build the profile of Highclere Thoroughbreds in the southern hemisphere. Herbert, the chairman and managing director of Highclere, is confident there will be no repeat of last year in the… Read More »

  • Higher Ground lined up for Queensland Derby

    The Chris Waller-trained Higher Ground could target the Queensland Derby in June after taking his record to three wins from seven starts with a strong victory at Warwick Farm. The colt, the winner of Wednesday’s 1600m-Benchmark 74 Handicap, is owned by Debbie Kepitis who is part of the trio which… Read More »

  • Illness strikes top jockey

    Top jockey Brenton Avdulla has been stood down from the Warwick Farm meeting because of illness but expects to be able to ride at the upcoming Group One meeting at Randwick. The on-course doctor determined Avdulla he was not fit to continue after the second race on Wednesday. The NSW… Read More »

  • Warrnambool Cup aim for Granddukeoftuscany

    Granddukeoftuscany will begin a Warrnambool Cup campaign that coincides with his first run for his new stable at Caulfield. Formerly owned by Lloyd Williams and prepared at Macedon Lodge by Robert Hickmott, Granddukeoftuscany is now trained at the coastal town of Warrnambool by Matthew Williams. Williams considered sending Granddukeoftuscany to… Read More »

  • Chris Munce to skate to stakes victory

    Three-year-old filly Skate To Paris returns to the scene of her only win with trainer Chris Munce hoping she can break her run of seconds. Skate To Paris, who runs in Saturday’s Listed Princess Stakes (1600m), has never finished worse than fifth in 10 starts which have yielded a Sunshine… Read More »

  • Stewards won’t be rushed on inquiry

    Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards say they won’t be rushed into reconvening an inquiry into activities at trainer Ben Currie’s Toowoomba stable. Stewards opened the inquiry after QRIC investigators said they saw one of Currie’s staff acting suspiciously near some of his horses on Saturday. After taking evidence from Currie,… Read More »

  • Victorian trainer banned over horse welfare issues

    A Victorian trainer has been disqualified for three months having been found guilty to charges of providing insufficient nutrition to a horse in her care. Kilmore trainer Jody Thompson was issued the three month ban by The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Wednesday after they found the 55-year-old trainer… Read More »

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