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Australian Horse Racing News

  • 18/11/2016 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Singapore

    Nine races will be run and won at Singapore on Friday night, where the feature race is the Group ll EW Barker Trophy (1400m). Alibi, to be steered by Joao Moreira, will most likely the popular elect in betting.   BONUS #1: $501 FREE BET BONUS at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS #2:… Read More »

     
  • Prominent jockeys’ agent on drug charges

    Jockey manager Glen Courtney, the rider’s agent for Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy, has been charged by police with drug offences. The Brisbane-based Courtney, who is also the agent for high profile Queensland riders Michael Cahill and Tegan Harrison, is due to face court on December 1. Racing Queensland has… Read More »

     
  • Healthy Heartlings to return after lay-off

    While her three-year-old stakes campaign was stymied by a worse-than-expected injury, Heartlings is ticking all the boxes to make a sound return to racing at four. Trainer Kerry Parker says she has put her injury issues behind her ahead of Saturday’s Fugen Handicap (1200m) at Rosehill. Parker still holds Heartlings… Read More »

     
  • Guys hope Starcourt can fill void

    The Bryan and Daniel Guy training partnership is hoping lightning can strike twice with the promising Starcourt. The gelding will be having his second start for the Guy stable in the Colts and Geldings Three-Year-Old (1000m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. At his first start for the Guys two weeks… Read More »

     
  • Greg Eurell with strong hand at Ballarat

    Greg Eurell could dominate the undercard to the Ballarat Cup with three of the trainer’s four runners early favourites in their respective races. Eurell has targeted Saturday’s $100,000 Vobis Gold Eureka Concrete (1400m) with Urban Ruler since the three-year-old won his most recent start in Adelaide in September. “Based on… Read More »

     
  • Hope Spriggs eternal for Blake at Rosehill

    A taste of the pinnacle of Australian racing has sparked Blake Spriggs’ desire to make a return to the elite level sooner rather than later. Three years of hard work for Waratah Thoroughbreds paid off for Spriggs when he won his first Group One race on Sir John Hawkwood in… Read More »

     
  • Hey Doris runs for friends

    One of racing’s longest friendships will be seen in a different light when two-year-old Hey Doris races at Eagle Farm. Hey Doris was bred by Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Larry Olsen who races the filly in partnership with members of his family. He sent Hey Doris to be trained by his… Read More »

     
  • Observational in distance test at Ballarat

    Trainer John Sadler has an eye on the future with new recruit Observational which is why he has chosen to run him in the Ballarat Cup. Sadler is keen to test him at a distance and has opted to run him over 2200 metres at Ballarat on Saturday rather than… Read More »

     
  • Gold Coast trip on the line at Ballarat

    A trip to the Gold Coast for two Lindsay Park three-year-olds hinges on their performances at Ballarat. Dam Ready and Highland Beat run in the Magic Millions 3&4YO Classic (1100m) on Saturday to try to earn a spot in the Magic Millions Guineas or Magic Millions Sprint in January. “Both… Read More »

     
  • Waller team primed for western G1 Project

    Chris Waller’s first trip to Perth six years ago dented his confidence that he could plunder a West Australian Group One race. But any doubt is now a distant memory as the champion trainer prepares to chase three successive years of elite level victories at Ascot with Good Project and… Read More »

     
  • 10,000 likely to stay at Doomben

    The Group One Doomben 10,000 appears likely to remain at Doomben but at an earlier date. There has been much discussion in Queensland after it was suggested the 10,000 be moved from Doomben to Eagle Farm on May 27. The move was one of two proposals regarding the 10,000 put… Read More »

     
  • Two go clockwise at Ballarat for McEvoy

    Tony McEvoy has reduced the number of two-year-olds he will start at Ballarat to two. The trainer will rely on Despatch and Nistaan in Saturday’s Magic Millions 2YO Clockwise Classic (1000m). Three dates were set aside for two-year-olds to trial in preparation for the race, run in the right handed… Read More »

     
  • Baker after Queensland summer success

    Tough Sydney galloper Coolring will lead the advance guard of what Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker hopes will be a big summer in Queensland. Leading jockey Jeff Lloyd has been booked for Coolring who has drawn barrier nine in the Listed Keith Noud Quality at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Coolring had… Read More »

     
  • Ryan Wiggins escapes break in fall

    Jockey Ryan Wiggins has been cleared of a broken leg after a spectacular fall at the Sunshine Coast. Wiggins was riding the favourite Puissance Decheval who crashed through the fence at the 1100m on Wednesday evening. Ambulance staff attended to Wiggins on the track for 25 minutes before taking him… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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