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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Caulfield Cup Carnival campaign announced

    The event that kicks off spring racing in Victoria, the Stella Artois Caulfield Cup Carnival, will quite literally deliver the action, fun, food and fashion into the homes of racing lovers this spring, as Melbourne Racing Club (MRC) today unveils its Carnival campaign – Let’s Bring It Home. The MRC,… Read More »

     
  • Flying Award kicks off Caulfield Guineas campaign

    Danny O’Brien took all before him last spring and he again has a powerful contingent aimed at carnival riches with three of his squadron set for action at Moonee Valley. They are three-year-old colt Flying Award, last year’s VRC Oaks winner Miami Bound and Team Williams stayer Orderofthegarter. O’Brien has… Read More »

     
  • Too Darn Hot headlines Darley Kelvinside

    The undefeated European Champion 2YO Too Darn Hot is new to Darley Kelvinside this season having had his striking Dewhurst Stakes victory ‘assessed as the best of the century.’ Classed as Europe’s principal juvenile event Too Darn Hot cruised to a 2¾ length victory in the Dewhurst Stakes 7f over… Read More »

     
  • Champion Australian mare dies after foaling

    Champion Australian mare Atlantic Jewel has sadly passed away after giving birth to a foal by Justify. Atlantic Jewel suffered a fatal haemorrhage whilst giving birth to a colt by US Triple Crown winner Justify. Coolmore broke the news on social media overnight. “Sadly we lost the brilliant Atlantic Jewel… Read More »

     
  • Ben Currie’s ban for intended ‘jigging’ overturned

    The QCAT has accepted an appeal from former Toowoomba Trainer Ben Currie and ruled that Ben Currie did not intend to use an electrical device on two of his horses. The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission Stewards found Mr Currie guilty in May 2019 of engaging in an improper action following… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller lands another Rowley Mile with Savacool

    Savacool has upstaged her more fancied stablemates to continue Chris Waller’s recent run of success in the Listed Rowley Mile at Hawkesbury. Sydney’s premier trainer has now won three of the past five renewals of the 1600 metre feature, Savacool adding her name to the list when she stormed home… Read More »

     
  • Watch 📺 Australia’s best maiden bolts in at Hawkesbury

    Team Snowden took their massively talented but luckless 3YO filly Stellar Pauline (Not A Single Doubt-Negotiate) to Hawkesbury today….and she finally bolted in. Sent around surprising odds against, Stellar Pauline sat behind the speed all the way, then the leader rolled off on the bend and she shot through, racing… Read More »

     
  • The Everest contender arrives in Sydney

    South Australian sprinter Gytrash has arrived in Sydney and will make his first local appearance in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm. The Group One Lightning Stakes winner became the third horse confirmed for a slot in the $15 million The Everest last week, joining Nature Strip and Classique Legend…. Read More »

     
  • John Thompson’s spring dream team taking shape

    John Thompson is rarely without a good horse in his stable but he cannot recall having the quality and depth of stock he has this season. Since his split with Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm, Thompson has put the polish on the likes of Group One winners First Seal, Sir John… Read More »

     
  • Robert Hickmott’s stars thriving at Mount Macedon

    Robert Hickmott is relishing the return to Lloyd Williams’ Mount Macedon property but more importantly, so are the two gallopers he is aiming at the spring features, Schabau and Django Freeman. Schabau takes an important step on the road to the 2020 Melbourne Cup when he starts at Moonee Valley… Read More »

     
  • Josh Parr back on course after illness scare

    In the past three months, there have been times when Josh Parr feared his riding career was over, moments when he contemplated a fate even worse. But the popular jockey has come through the other side and will make his long-awaited return to Sydney racing on Saturday, in time for… Read More »

     
  • Desleigh Forster weighs up jockey options for filly

    Desleigh Forster is mulling over a rider replacement for talented filly Eelloh at Doomben following an injury to regular jockey Taylor Marshall. Marshall suffered three broken ribs when his mount Topline played up in the barriers at Ipswich on Wednesday. The horse became cast before being withdrawn on veterinary advice…. Read More »

     
  • Jungle’s wet track edge back at Moonee Valley

    Mick Bell prides himself on getting more things right than wrong with stable star Jungle Edge but he puts his hand up that he got his last start wrong at Caulfield. On that occasion, Jungle Edge showed his usual speed but was beaten a long way out and finished seventh… Read More »

     
  • Brad Widdup with a boutique group of promising mares

    On one hand, Brad Widdup is in the enviable position of having a boutique group of promising mares for the spring. On the other, he finds himself in the predicament of trying to keep them apart. In a pre-COVID world, Widdup would have split his squad between states but given… Read More »

     
  • Linda Meech to extend time away from racing

    Jockey Linda Meech may not be seen during the Spring carnival as she extends her time away from racing. Linda Meech decided to take time off from riding following a suspension in April where she received 14-meeting penalty. Meech’s manager Lachlan Weekley is unsure when she will return to the… Read More »

     
  • Tragic ending to an impressive debut

    Devastation struck a large group of previously happy owners on Wednesday afternoon. They had all cheered loudly and proudly when Tommy Berry brought their first starter, SACRED CAPTAIN (Sacred Falls-Lithograph) to the outside at the top of the Canterbury straight. Then with just one cut of the cane, he accelerated… Read More »

     
  • Victorian apprentices celebrate first city wins

    It was a memorable day at Sandown for two apprentices, Alexandra Bryan and Carleen Hefel, who both recorded their first city wins in contrasting styles. Two other female apprentices, Laura Lafferty on Shotmaker and Alana Kelly on So You Swing, also went close to notching their maiden metropolitan victories but… Read More »

     
  • Star WA filly ‘not for sale’

    Connections of star Western Australian filly Clairvoyance have made it clear that she is not for sale. Following the fillies impressive win at Belmont on the weekend, connections have received numerous offers from Eastern state owners to buy the filly to race in Melbourne and Sydney. Clairvoyance is undefeated from… Read More »

     
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  • Funstar out of Winx Stakes confirmed for Show County Quality

    Trainer Chris Waller has confirmed that Funstar will not run in Saturday’s G1 Winx Stakes and will instead line-up in the Show County Quality on the same program. Funstar opened as favourite for both the Winx Stakes and Show County Quality with bookmaker Sportsbet but the G1 Winx Stakes is… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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