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  • Brown’s Firstclass dreams for Sires’ win

    Cranbourne trainer Matthew Brown saddles his first Group runner in Melbourne with the aptly named Firstclass Dreamer. The two-year-old runs in Saturday’s Group Two Sires’ Produce Stakes at Flemington. Brown, 24, has been training almost three years and landed the Group Three Vamos Stakes in Tasmania last year with Kiss… Read More »

  • Seannie on target for G2 Kewney Stakes

    After two recent eye-catching performances from Seannie at Moonee Valley, co-trainer Natalie Young expects the filly to relish competing at the bigger Flemington track for the first time in the Kewney Stakes. Seannie flashed home to win a benchmark race first-up at Moonee Valley last month before again running home… Read More »

  • Paquirri makes late bid for Golden Slipper

    Paquirri has an opportunity to become trainer Gary Moore’s first Golden Slipper runner if he can upset a quality Todman Stakes field at Randwick. Moore is pinning his hopes on Paquirri returning from a let-up in style in Saturday’s Group Two Todman Stakes (1200m), where the winner is exempt from… Read More »

  • Michael Walker chases another Lindsay Park Cup win

    A fit and healthy Michael Walker is looking forward to winding back the clock when he links with Lindsay Park for two Group One rides at Flemington. Walker was once a big part of the Lindsay Park operation riding work and trials, travelling the Victorian countryside racking up winners. He… Read More »

  • Ben Thompson books himself top Newmarket Handicap ride

    Riding light and being proactive has given apprentice Ben Thompson with another chance to land a break through Group One win in the Newmarket Handicap. Thompson rides Booker at 50kg in Saturday’s $1.25 million feature sprint at Flemington having finished fourth in his first ride on the three-year-old filly last… Read More »

  • NZ star begins Australian Derby campaign in Randwick Guineas

    Jamie Richards is under no illusions about the task Age Of Fire faces when the New Zealand Group One winner makes his Australian debut in the $1 million Randwick Guineas. Co-trainer Richards has already admitted defeat with Melody Belle, who heads home after an unplaced run in the Group One… Read More »

  • Niccanova in make-or-break comeback run

    Rising star Niccanova remains in the nominations for the Doncaster Mile but will need to produce an exceptional run on Saturday to remain on course for the Group One race. Niccanova will make his much-anticipated return after a nine-month break in the Hamilton Hotel Handicap at Doomben. He will be… Read More »

  • Field of 14 for Group One Randwick Guineas

    Randwick Guineas favourite Kementari has drawn barrier four in a field of 14 for the Group One race. The Godolphin colt, to be ridden by Glyn Schofield, has won both starts this campaign including the Hobartville Stakes featuring several of his rivals in Saturday’s Randwick Guineas (1600m). New Zealand visitor… Read More »

  • Qld trainer disqualified on cobalt charge

    Deagon trainer Jason Edwards has appealed a 12 month-disqualification on a cobalt-related charge. Edwards is the second Queensland trainer in a week to be disqualified on a cobalt charge after Toowoomba’s Rochelle Smith was also sent out for 12 months. At a Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards inquiry Edwards pleaded… Read More »

  • Ruby Walsh ready for race return

    Champion jumps jockey Ruby Walsh is ready to make his comeback in time for the Cheltenham Festival after nearly four months on the sidelines with injury. Walsh, who has ridden more winners at the famous Cheltenham meeting than any other jockey, has been out of action since suffering a broken… Read More »

  • Clare Lindop calls an end to her career

    The first Australian woman to ride in the Melbourne Cup has announced her retirement. Clare Lindop who rode Debben in the 2003 Cup, will continue riding through Adelaide’s May carnival. The announcement came on the eve of next Monday’s Adelaide Cup which Lindop won 12 years ago on Exalted Time… Read More »

  • Happy Clapper ready for autumn assault

    Happy Clapper is once again on a path to run into Winx but his trainer doesn’t see that as a negative. Pat Webster’s stable star begins his autumn campaign in Saturday’s Group One Canterbury Stakes with a view to competing in his third Doncaster Mile. Before the $3.5 million race,… Read More »

  • Jungle Edge aimed at TJ Smith Stakes glory

    Mick Bell has lifted the bar for Jungle Edge by aiming him at the TJ Smith Stakes, a Group One challenge he initially thought was beyond the gelding. The Victorian trainer only realised his stable star was a viable candidate for the 2017 edition of the TJ Smith Stakes (1200m)… Read More »

  • Blinkers go on Fandango in Australian Cup

    It may not be the grand final for Lord Fandango but trainer Archie Alexander has called on a set of blinkers ahead of the Australian Cup at Flemington. Staying races in Sydney await after Saturday’s Group One race, but Alexander and connections didn’t want to be heading north off another… Read More »

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