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Australian Horse Racing News

  • 19/9/2019 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Woodbine

    We are right in the heart of the big Canadian racing. This strong Woodbine midweek (18th Sept) card reflects that. Ric Chapman has the low down and tips on EVERY race for you. Good luck. Race 1 8:45am 1400m Mdn Turf If you couple up NATIVE PRINCE with GOLDEN CLOISTER… Read More »

  • The Everest favourite in doubt for The Shorts

    Everest favourite Santa Ana Lane is in doubt for one of his major lead-up races because of Sydney’s rain. Trainer Anthony Freedman has delayed Santa Ana Lane’s trip from Melbourne for Saturday’s Group Two Shorts at Randwick. Santa Ana Lane was scheduled to travel overnight on Wednesday but Freedman said… Read More »

  • Tofane chasing stakes win at Caulfield

    Off the back of a last-start win at The Valley, lightly raced Tofane is set for a return to stakes racing in the Group Three How Now Stakes at Caulfield. Tofane has been installed second favourite for Saturday’s 1200m race for mares at $7.50, with in-form Pippie the clear-cut favourite… Read More »

  • Queensland trainer banned for sample substitution

    Gold Coast trainer Brad Witt has been disqualified for 12 months for substituting his urine sample during an integrity unit raid at the weekend. Witt fronted a stewards’ inquiry on Wednesday, where he pleaded guilty to swapping someone else’s urine sample for his own at the Gold Coast track last… Read More »

  • Lindsay Park splits Caulfield Cup contenders

    Lindsay Park is on weather watch as they split potential Caulfield Cup contenders between Caulfield and Morphettville. The stable has big numbers in the MRC Foundation Cup which affords the winner ballot exemption into the 2019 Caulfield Cup with five of the 16 acceptors while two of those horses are… Read More »

  • Sunlight in doubt for The Shorts

    Connections of Everest-bound mare Sunlight will continue to monitor the Randwick track condition before deciding whether the triple Group One winner takes her place in one of the main lead-up races to next month’s $14 million The Everest. Sunlight is one of 11 acceptors for Saturday’s star-studded Group Two Shorts… Read More »

  • Stay Gold wins maiden, sibling aims for G1

    Lightly raced Stay Gold has broken her maiden at Cranbourne, a few days before her big brother chases a Group One win at Caulfield. Three-year-old filly Stay Gold is a sister to five-year-old Iconoclasm, also trained by Danny O’Brien, and he is among the contenders in Saturday’s Sir Rupert Clarke… Read More »

  • NZ mare to relish the wet in G1 George Main Stakes

    New Zealand trainer Chris Gibbs will be in Sydney to oversee Danzdanzdance run in the George Main Stakes while at the same time keeping an eye on Group One action at home. Gibbs will leave it to training partner Michelle Bradley to saddle up Hello It’s Me in the Windsor… Read More »

  • Stewards explain decision to overturn photo

    Queensland stewards have clarified the basis on which they have overturned a photo-finish result from Yeppoon meeting two months ago. A four-panel stewards’ inquiry headed by chief stipe Peter Chadwick sat in Rockhampton on Tuesday to review the finish of a race at Yeppoon on July 23. The original verdict… Read More »

  • Hong Kong races called off because of political unrest

    Political unrest in Hong Kong has forced officials to abandon a race meeting at Happy Valley amid concerns about public safety. The Hong Kong Jockey Club has abandoned Wednedsay night’s meeting because of “the imminent threat to the safety of racegoers, jockeys and employees, and to the welfare of racehorses”…. Read More »

  • Stuart Kendrick soldiers on for a change of luck

    Caloundra trainer Stuart Kendrick put aside a disappointment early in the day to produce another promising young horse at Doomben. Kendrick got his second long-priced winner in a week when Soldiers ($21) beat Couldn’t Refuse ($1.70) by a short head in a Maiden Plate (1350m). The day started poorly for… Read More »

  • Despatch ready for G1 test in Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

    After two inconclusive attempts over 1400m at the top level, Despatch gets another opportunity to prove himself over the distance in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes when he chases his second Group One victory. Last season’s Goodwood winner runs third-up from a break in Saturday’s Sir Rupert Clarke at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Track rider airlifted to hospital after fall

    Former apprentice jockey Stephen Brown Jr has been airlifted to Royal Melbourne Hospital following a fall at the Wangaratta jumpouts this morning. Stephen Brown Jr fell during routine track work which required immediate medical care in which paramedics placed the track worker rider into an induced coma prior to being… Read More »

  • Gatting’s trainer also subject to abusive messages

    Darren Mcauliffe and Adam Trinder, the trainers who prepared the Makybe Stakes quinella, have revealed how they have been target of abusive messages since the Group One race. Mcauliffe, trainer of longshot winner Gatting, and Trinder, who saddled short-priced favourite Mystic Journey, were targeted during a series telephone messages, emails… Read More »

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