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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Royalzel relishes wet to land win at Rosehill

    Gary Portelli has compared the impact James McDonald has in the saddle to that of a gifted rugby league player on the football field after the top jockey steered juvenile Royalzel to an emphatic victory at Rosehill. A four-time Sydney premiership winner, McDonald is on target to clinch his fifth… Read More »

  • Punters anticipate a Timely Stephen Miller Outburst

    There is a fair amount of belief that trainer Stephen Miller can go back to back and hold sway with two of his charges at Belmont on Saturday. Punters have pinned their faith and identified Timely Outburst and Agent Jay getting the result in races three and four respectively. Timely… Read More »

  • Gytrash secures a slot in The Everest

    South Australian sprinter Gytrash will get another shot at winning The Everest after being announced as the runner for the slot held by Inglis. The Gordon Richards-trained gelding represented the sales company in the race 12 months ago, finishing a fine third to Classique Legend, and Inglis managing director Mark… Read More »

  • An all out Assault for Roy Rogers in Belmont Guineas

    Roy Rogers is confident Dark Assault can make an impact in the WAROA-Belmont Guineas (1600m) and cannot be underestimated. Dark Assault is priced as an $11 chance with the bulk of pre-race attention focused on Colin Webster’s in-form gelding, Billy Ain’t Silly. The son of I’m All The Talk has… Read More »

  • Irish import set to make Australian debut

    Lloyd and Nick Williams will unveil one of their potential spring horses at an off-season winter meeting at Flemington. Degraves makes his Australian debut in The David Bourke (1620m) on Saturday, his first outing for Robert Hickmott having been prepared in Ireland by dual Melbourne Cup winning trainer Joseph O’Brien. Lining-up… Read More »

  • Count De Rupee ready to rebound at Rosehill

    After pulling up sore from a stakes assignment in Brisbane, Count De Rupee is back to full health. Promising three-year-old Count De Rupee has bounced back from a recent trip to Queensland where he was among a number of horses brought undone by the firm Eagle Farm surface. A Rosehill winner… Read More »

  • ‘Goldilocks’ looking for Ipswich Cup fairytale

    Chris Waller has split his team of winter stayers between states in a bid to land a Cups double. A horse considered the ‘Goldilocks’ of the stable and another who skips through wet tracks like a kid through muddy puddles will bid to deliver Chris Waller a two-state feature race double… Read More »

  • Cheap buy chases first stakes win at Flemington

    Curran could join Group 1 winners Nature Strip and Gytrash if successful in the Listed A R Creswick Stakes at Flemington. Mother and daughter training team of Lyn Tolson and Leonie Proctor are not noted for being big time players on the metropolitan circuit. Of their 78 career wins, 11 have… Read More »

  • Leading trainers are on the move

    The Lindsay Park training partnership of Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes will come to an end with their final runner at Bendigo on Sunday. From Monday, Hayes’ younger JD joins the Ben in a training partnership where they will hope to hit the ground running with five runners at Wangaratta. JD was granted… Read More »

  • Distance queries for Joe Pride’s pair in McKell Cup

    The 2000 metre journey of the McKell Cup will present different challenges for a pair of stablemates, but their trainer remains hopeful one of them can come away with a win. Pre-race favourite Stockman will have to handle a significant distance drop while for stablemate Brutality, it is a rise in… Read More »

  • Nick Williams holds concerns on scintigraphy scans

    Nick Williams believes pre-travel scintigraphy scans on overseas horses ahead of the Melbourne Cup will disrupt their preparations. Multiple Melbourne Cup winning owner Nick Williams doubts there will be a large number of overseas contenders at the Spring Racing Carnival if Racing Victoria goes ahead with one its mandatory pre-travel… Read More »

  • Verbek out to close campaign off with a win

    A small field and the chance to land a confidence-boosting win have convinced Robert and Luke Price to give Spring Champion Stakes hopeful Verbek one more run before tipping him out for a winter break. The two-year-old has finished runner-up at his past three starts, the latest when placed behind Volcanic… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Stradivarius well beaten in the Ascot Gold Cup

    All eyes at Royal Ascot on Thursday were on Stradivarius as the John Gosden trained horse attempted to match Yeats’s record of four Gold Cups but he could only finish fourth behind Mark Johnston’s Subjectivist. Procession in the Gold Cup, but it's Subjectivist rather than Stradivarius who is awesome in… Read More »

  • Adrian McGregor has the right Approach ahead of McKell Cup

    Victorian trainer Adrian McGregor will be chasing his first stakes success with Approach Discreet in the McKell Cup. Adrian Mcgregor has been one of racing’s journeymen but his latest chapter as a trainer might yield his biggest achievement to date when Approach Discreet lines up in the Listed McKell Cup. An all-round… Read More »

  • Time for Albukhturi to step up in Belmont Guineas

    For Albukhturi, the time has come to make a stand and turn potential into performance in the Listed WAROA-Belmont Guineas (1600m) on Saturday. Michael Gangemi, who trains in partnership with his brother Chris, is optimistic the Iffraaj gelding can make an impact, despite his market status and form. The former… Read More »

  • Star stayer Zaaki returns a positive pre-race sample

    Racing NSW stewards have fined trainer Annabel Neasham after Zaaki returned a positive pre-race sample during the Sydney autumn carnival. Annabel Neasham has vowed to reassess her stable’s procedures after her star galloper Zaaki returned a positive swab to an anti-inflammatory medication. The Doomben Cup and Q22 winner tested positive to meloxicam… Read More »

  • Peter Moody thinks Sandown should not be sold

    Champion trainer Peter Moody has reiterated the call of fellow trainer Mick Kent for the Melbourne Racing Club not to sell off Sandown. Kent came out last weekend saying Sandown was possibly the best racetrack in Australia and adding the track was an important asset to the industry. The MRC has… Read More »

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