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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Nolen believes Jumbo Prince can deliver in Grafton Cup

    Jumbo Prince is one of the smallest horses in Queensland but he is out for a big pay day in the $160,000 Grafton Cup. Trainer Michael Nolan said Jumbo Prince’s second in the Listed Caloundra Cup on July 2 had convinced him to take him south for Thursday’s Listed race… Read More »

     
  • Darren Weir equals national record

    Darren Weir has equalled the national training record of 334 with Haski winning at Murtoa. Weir joined the mark set by John Hawkes in the 2002/03 season when Haski was successful in Tuesday’s opening race at the country Victorian track. Weir topped the 100 mark in the metropolitan area in… Read More »

     
  • Trainer fined for public comments

    Disqualified trainer Stephen Farley has been fined $1000 for comments he made to an online racing news site. Racing NSW stewards issued the fine on Tuesday after finding Farley guilty of conduct prejudicial to the image of racing. Farley criticised the appeal panel after he failed to have a 12-month… Read More »

     
  • Royal Ascot winner sold to Hong Kong

    Royal Ascot winner Defrocked has been sold to continue his racing career in Hong Kong. The Jamie Osborne-trained three-year-old won the Britannia Stakes (1600m) at the Royal meeting in June, his third victory from five starts. Co-owner Michael Buckley confirmed the sale. “He’s actually been sold to Hong Kong,” Buckley… Read More »

     
  • Ninth Legion looking for 3rd straight win

    Peter Robl doesn’t have to ride Ninth Legion to know he is fit enough to win three stakes races in a row. But the saddle is where the jockey-turned-trainer would rather be when the horse runs in the Listed Winter Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday. “I miss it every day,”… Read More »

     
  • Vic trainer has Sydney plans for NZ colt

    Mornington trainer Tony Noonan holds high hopes for Hawkesbury barrier trial winner Manolo Blahniq. The Victorian trainer has the two-year-old son of Jimmy Choux geared towards the early Sydney three-year-old races. And if his form warrants it, the Group One Golden Rose at Rosehill on September will be his first… Read More »

     
  • HK galloper nominated in G3 Caulfield race

    The career of The Cynic has turned full circle with the gelding now back at his original home. The rising seven-year-old is entered to make his Australian debut in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday but trainer Patrick Payne has yet to confirm he will run. The… Read More »

     
  • Pepper looks for crack at Rosehill meeting

    Hill Spy’s ballot position for the Ramornie Handicap has led trainer Luke Pepper to lower his sights to a benchmark race at Rosehill. Wednesday’s Listed sprint at Grafton was initially on the cards for Hill Spy, but the Canberra-based Pepper will opt for the shorter trip to Sydney for the… Read More »

     
  • Mick Tubman keeping the dream alive

    Every small trainer dreams of getting one good horse to bolster the coffers but Mick Tubman is hoping his luck didn’t stop with Chance Bye. The flying filly thrust the Kembla Grange trainer into the limelight when she won her first three starts including the 2010 Silver Slipper. She finished… Read More »

     
  • Yasnat favoured to continue winning streak

    Canberra trainer Matthew Dale travels south to a midweek meeting at Moonee Valley looking to extend the winning run of Yasnat. The three-year-old filly runs in a 1000m-sprint on Wednesday after winning her only two starts for Dale on home soil last month. She made her debut for Mick Price… Read More »

     
  • Trainer fined over media comments

    Racing NSW Stewards today conducted an inquiry relative to comments attributed to Mr Stephen Farley in an article titled “Farley fails in cobalt appeal, cops 12 months” published on the website – www.g1x.com.au – on 17 June 2016. Evidence today was taken from Mr Farley and Mr Matt Kelly author… Read More »

     
  • Commissioned on track for Goodwood Cup

    Royal Ascot winner Commissioned will attempt to qualify for the Melbourne Cup via the Goodwood Cup. Making his debut for Gordon Elliott having previously been trained by John Ferguson, the six-year-old produced a fine staying performance to win last month’s Queen Alexandra Stakes (4300m). Part-owner Nick Bradley admits Commissioned faces… Read More »

     
  • Monash Stakes attracts 16 nominations

    Multiple Group One placegetter Fast `N’ Rocking and a former Hong Kong-based sprinter feature as the highest-rated nominations for the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. Saturday’s weight-for-age Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m) has attracted 16 nominations with multiple stakes winner Fast `N’ Rocking one of two entries for trainers… Read More »

     
  • Trip To Paris nearing a return to racing

    Caulfield Cup runner-up Trip To Paris has been entered for a race at Newbury as he prepares for a comeback from injury. The Ed Dunlop-trained stayer suffered a tendon injury in the Japan Cup in November after finishing fourth in last year’s Melbourne Cup. He has been nominated for a… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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