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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Leading trainer supports prize money cuts

    Prominent trainer Adrian Bott is grateful racing is still proceeding during the coronavirus crisis and supports prize money cuts for The Championships at Randwick. The Championships are scheduled to go ahead over the next two Saturdays under strict biosecurity measures with prize money for the eight Group One races halved…. Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup prizemoney set to be cut

    A day after Racing NSW announced cuts to their Championships carnival the MRC has stated it is likely their feature race the Caulfield Cup will see a prizemoney reduction as well. “As I sit here, I’d probably say you’d think it would be reduced,” Melbourne Racing Club chief executive Josh… Read More »

     
  • Top Queensland jockeys split into two regions

    Queensland’s top metropolitan jockeys will be divided into two divisions when regional racing starts in the state this week. Racing Queensland has introduced five regions for race meetings in an effort to combat the spread of coronavirus in the industry. Racing is continuing with no crowds and strict biosecurity restrictions… Read More »

     
  • Wyong Provincial Championships Qualifier heat rescheduled

    The Provincial Championships Qualifier which was washed out at Wyong has been rescheduled to Newcastle. The $150,000 Qualifier at Wyong on Saturday was called off after heavy rain. Racing NSW has added the race to Tuesday’s Newcastle meeting which will now have 11 races. Scratchings have been reinstated for the… Read More »

     
  • Joao Moreira rides 900th Hong Kong winner

    Joao Moreira has become the fourth jockey to rack up 900 winners in Hong Kong. Moreira rode five winners at Sha Tin on Sunday with racing continuing in the Asian centre throughout the coronavirus pandemic. The meeting went ahead after the Hong Kong Jockey Club received a late exemption to… Read More »

     
  • Australian Champion Sire too close to call

    In major breeding countries across the globe, numbers mean dollars. Big, big dollars. You have a stallion who gets stakes winners and has a great winners-to-runners stat, or simply produces the odd superstar, you are in the clear. And so it is in Australia. Especially in Australia and right now,… Read More »

     
  • G1 winners continue for Not A Single Doubt

    When a $15 chance at only her fourth start leads a quality field into the home straight in the $500,000 ATC Vinery Stud S. 2000m G1, her best hope seems to be to hang on for third or fourth as the favourites loom up behind her. A couple of things… Read More »

     
  • Probabeel set to head to G1 Australian Oaks

    Under normal circumstances, Probabeel would be on her way home to New Zealand after a profitable Sydney campaign. The filly has had three starts for a Group One win in the Surround Stakes and seconds in the Group Two Phar Lap and Group One Vinery. With uncertainty over how long… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup campaign up in air for Vow And Declare

    Trainer Danny O’Brien is unsure what the future holds for Vow And Declare’s bid for consecutive Melbourne Cup victories. O’Brien was planning to take Vow And Declare to Brisbane for a three-run campaign, part of a nine month build-up to this year’s Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November. But the… Read More »

     
  • Hard work behind the scenes keeps racing going

    Brad Rawiller has heaped praise on the chief executive of the Victorian Jockeys’ Association Matthew Hyland for his tireless work during the coronavirus pandemic. Rawiller said without Hyland representing the 170 plus members of the VJA, there was a strong possibility racing may have ground to halt. “Matt Hyland has… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller set to dominate Doncaster Mile field

    Chris Waller is convinced a return to Sydney racing will help Kolding when the gelding heads a strong team trying to give the champion trainer a record-equalling seventh Doncaster Mile at Randwick. Waller expects to have at least six runners in Saturday’s Group One Doncaster Mile on the first day… Read More »

     
  • Eric The Eel confirmed for G1 Australian Derby

    Brisbane three-year-old Eric The Eel has been given the green light to head to Sydney for the Australian Derby under revised coronavirus protocols for transporting horses. Trainer Stuart Kendrick waited until consulting all the owners on Sunday afternoon before making the decision to head south for the G1 Australian Derby…. Read More »

     
  • New York racetrack turned into hospital

    Aqueduct racetrack has been turned into a temporary hospital site help some of the many affected by coronavirus in the New York City area. “Aqueduct Racetrack will serve as a safe haven for those recovering from this virus,” New York Racing Association chief executive Dave O’Rourke said. “We recognise that… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Star horse unearthed in the US

    American racing fans may have unearthed something to get them all through the global crisis. At beautiful Gulfstream Park today, TIZ THE LAW (Constitution-Tizfiz) burst to the top of the table for Top 3YO honours in the US with a dominant display of strength running to claim the Gr 1… Read More »

     
  • Queensland racing release new prize money levels

    Officials believe they have the correct balance in the prize money schedule for the new zoned racing which starts in Queensland this week. The state has been divided into five regions while the south east, where most of the horses are trained, has been split into two divisions. The move… Read More »

     
  • NYRA donates leading track to help fight COVID-19

    With New York now the epicentre of deaths and contraction due to COVID-19 in the United States, the New York Racing Association (NYRA) has closed one of its main tracks, Aqueduct, for the foreseeable future. With spring and summer on its way, Aqueduct was set for a major racing season…. Read More »

     
  • Committee chairman believes racing can work to return

    English trainer Ralph Beckett believes racing in Britain will be ready to resume behind closed doors should it be given the go-ahead. Beckett, who is National Trainers Federation Flat committee chairman, believes providing correct measures are taken to protect against coronavirus, Flat racing will be in a position to start… Read More »

     
  • The Championships prizemoney slashed by over $9 million

    Racing NSW has announced a major reduction in prizemoney for The Championships less than a week out from the opening day at Randwick. More than $9 million in prizemoney will be stripped from the feature races of the two day Championships. Racing NSW indicated that a reduction in wagering, due… Read More »

     
  • 29/3/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Ten races will be run and won at Sha Tin on Sunday, and while there are no feature races, the depth is pretty good across the afternoon. Race One: 1 Hurricane Hunter Race Two: 8 Willie Way Race Three: 9 Fantasy Race Four: 8 Incanto Prepared Race Five: 5 Jade… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – March 28th Edition

    The Rosehill Carnival wrapped up on Saturday with a couple of outstanding wins in the features, while Bendigo hosted their stand alone meeting. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Waller Mare Verry Good In Tancred The only query… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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