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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Wodonga race meeting moved to Echuca

    Heavy rain has resulted in the transfer of a race meeting from Wodonga to Echuca. Victoria’s spate of wet weather in the north-east of the state has forced the transfer of a meeting. Racing Victoria announced on Friday that the meeting at Wodonga on Saturday has been shifted to Echuca…. Read More »

  • Phillip Stokes on weather watch with Kermy

    Trainer Phillip Stokes will be keeping a keen watch on the weather ahead of the meeting at Caulfield. Stokes has Kermy engaged in the Take It To The Neds Level Handicap (1440m) on Saturday but does not want the track too wet for the in-form three-year-old. Kermy has won two of his past three starts on the synthetic… Read More »

  • Wandabaa out to break run of stakes placings in Civic Stakes

    has had to settle for minor placings in six stakes races and trainer Kris Lees is hoping the mare finally gets her moment in the sun this weekend. The four-year-old will get another chance to post a valuable black-type win in Saturday’s Listed Civic Stakes at Randwick after failing by a… Read More »

  • Cindy Alderson hoping Jigsaw is no puzzle

    After showing ability in Melbourne’s bigger two-year-old races, Jigsaw returns for an off-season race at Caulfield. Cranbourne trainer Cindy Alderson wants to get a better idea of where her talented two-year-old Jigsaw sits in the pecking order. After a three-run summer campaign that took in the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Crowds allowed back at Caulfield

    Having been locked out of attending the races because of COVID, Caulfield has been given the green light to welcome a crowd back. The Melbourne Racing Club is throwing open the gates at Caulfield on Saturday to welcome a crowd back at the races. Owners, members and the punting public… Read More »

  • Grafton Cup the goal for Primitivo

    John Thompson won’t be surprised to see Primitivo defy his double-figure quote at Randwick on Saturday, despite the fact his main campaign target is still two weeks away. The six-year-old will tackle the Keith Free OAM Handicap (1800m), en route to next month’s Listed Grafton Cup (2350m), but Thompson says… Read More »

  • Three non-winning jockeys clash in same race

    For the ’not seen before’ file, three riders who have never won a race face off at Moruya this afternoon – against each other. It is race 3, on at 1:10pm. They are Nick Hyde, who rides BELLEGANO (Rogano – Betty’s Belle) , Sally Faulks who pilots HALLIDAY ROAD (Congrats… Read More »

  • Grafton gears up for five day racing carnival

    Grafton’s 2021 XXXX Gold July Carnival offers the first of five days of carnival racing this Sunday (June 27). For those who want to get an early taste of carnival action, entrance will be free this Sunday, courtesy of the race-day sponsors Westlawn, and, amongst other races, racegoers will be… Read More »

  • Serena set to serve it up to rivals

    Not even Robert Pearse can recall his last city winner, but he knows it has been a while between drinks. There was a time when Robert Pearse saddled up metropolitan runners with regularity but these days the veteran trainer has scaled back his operation to just a handful of horses…. Read More »

  • Monterey Zar set to cap injury comeback in Highway Handicap

    Wagga trainer Gary Colvin already has one Kosciuszko contender on his books and he is hoping to unearth another when Monterey Zar takes the next step in his remarkable comeback in the Highway Handicap at Randwick. The gelding sustained a tendon injury after winning his third start at Wagga in December 2018… Read More »

  • Gavin Bedggood out to double up at Caulfield

    The two horses that supplied trainer Gavin Bedggood a metropolitan double at Sandown are down to run again at Caulfield. Gavin Bedggood experienced one of his best days in racing a fortnight ago when he captured his first metropolitan double as a trainer. The two horses, No Effort and Sir Kalahad,… Read More »

  • James Orman replaces Nash Rawiller on Sweet Deal

    James Orman has been confirmed as the new rider for Sweet Deal in the Tattersall’s Tiara after the mare’s regular jockey Nash Rawiller was caught in the crosshairs of Sydney’s COVID outbreak and banned from travelling to Queensland. Rawiller visited his family doctor in Bondi, which is located in one of the local… Read More »

  • Tofane chases second Brisbane Group 1 success

    Trainer Mike Moroney has placed a lot of faith in a member of his staff as Tofane chases a second Group 1 win in Brisbane. Lilly Miller has been looking after the two-time Group 1 winner in Brisbane and Moroney said Tofane was in excellent order ahead of the Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Hulbert stable have stakes winner on track

    Will Hulbert suspects Hail Manhattan might find his opposition a touch slick in Saturday’s Healy Stakes, but feels the horse will again showcase he’s on target for a couple of features a little further down the track. Hail Manhattan came through the grades last prep to provide Hulbert and his… Read More »

  • Threeood poised for a Civic reception

    Connections of classy mare Threeood had designs on her contesting the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara this weekend, but when it became clear she would not make the final field, the decision was made to concentrate on a goal closer to home. The five-year-old will instead line up in the Listed Civic… Read More »

  • Craig Williams chasing back-to-back G1’s on Tofane

    Speaking during the week in the lead-up to the Stradbroke, jockey Craig Williams made his feelings about Tofane very clear. “I’m pretty excited to pick up the ride on Tofane,” said Williams. “The way she has been placed and programmed ends up being ideal for this type of race. That,… Read More »

  • Boom stayer Incentivise out to prove Spring claims

    The Steven Tregea trained Incentivise, who has proved to be something of a sensation after winning his last three starts by a combined margin of 25.8 lengths, will be looking to extend his impressive winning sequence to six straight wins when he takes on eight rivals in the Group 3… Read More »

  • I’m Thunderstruck ready for Caulfield assignment

    I’m Thunderstruck returns to his home track at Caulfield following a trip to Sale where he recorded a first-up win. Mick Price has a lot of time for lightly-raced I’m Thunderstruck who is set for a rise in grade at Caulfield. I’m Thunderstruck is coming off a first-up win at Sale on… Read More »

  • Forecast rain forces meeting transfer

    With the forecast of rain, Racing Victoria has moved a Ballarat meeting to Werribee. Heavy overnight rain with more forecast has resulted in an upcoming meeting at Ballarat being transferred to Werribee. Racing Victoria made the decision before acceptances were taken on Thursday to move Sunday’s Ballarat meeting. The decision was… Read More »

  • ‘World’s Best Horse’ at Darley Northwood

    ‘As the highest rated horse in the world and the best son of Dubawi, Ghaiyyath achieved four Gr1 victories,’ with a victory over dual Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe heroine Enable. Also accounting for champion Enable in the Eclipse Stakes of 1m2f, Ghaiyyath now joins Northwood Park as the Longines… Read More »

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