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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Dual Arc winner Treve delivers first foal

    Dual Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe winner Treve has given birth to a Dubawi colt foal. Trained by Criquette Head-Maarek, Treve went down in history as one of the greatest racemares of recent times. Bought by Al Shaqab Racing after winning the Prix de Diane, she won nine of her… Read More »

     
  • Local stars step out in Canberra trial

    Group One performers Fell Swoop and Single Gaze will step out in a 900 metre barrier trial on their home track at Canberra as they ramp up their preparations for the autumn. Vinery Stud Stakes winner Single Gaze hasn’t raced since she fell in the Australian Oaks last April with… Read More »

     
  • Visiting jockey hit with big ban

    Visiting Irish jockey Leigh Roche has been hit with a five-week ban for his handling of a horse in a race at Randwick. Roche arrived in Australia in November for a three-month stint, basing himself with trainer Chris Waller at Rosehill. At an inquiry on Thursday, Racing NSW stewards outed… Read More »

     
  • Vic administrators applaud Everest concept

    Senior administrators from two Melbourne race clubs have applauded the concept of a new $10 million race in Sydney. Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club announced on Wednesday The Everest, a sweepstakes race with a $600,000 buy-in, would be run over 1200m at Randwick on October 14. Mike Symons,… Read More »

     
  • Australian Guineas hopes step out in Manfred Stakes

    A host of Australian Guineas hopefuls will begin their campaigns at Caulfield including Godolphin colt Morton’s Fork, a Group Two winner in the spring. Morton’s Fork, who won the Sandown Guineas, lines up in Saturday’s Group Three Manfred Stakes (1200m). The winner of four of his nine starts, Morton’s Fork… Read More »

     
  • Goodwood Cup upgraded to Group One status

    The Goodwood Cup has been upgraded to Group One level as part of changes by the European Pattern Committee to bolster staying races in the northern hemisphere. Won in previous years by great horses such as Double Trigger, Persian Punch and Yeats, the two-mile (3200m) test on August 1 was… Read More »

     
  • Group One line up for Cranbourne trial

    A Group One field has been assembled for an 800m barrier trial at Cranbourne. The opening heat of 22 trials on Monday has attracted nine runners of which five are Group One winners. Newmarket Handicap winner The Quarterback carries the number one saddlecloth while other Group One winners engaged are… Read More »

     
  • A look at jockey Darren Gauci’s career

    THE CAREER OF DARREN GAUCI Age: 51 Apprenticed to Frank King at Caulfield First Win: Terbla, Bairnsdale, April 1982 Career Wins: 2500 plus Group One Wins: 35. Melbourne jockeys’ premierships: 1983/84; 1984/85; 1985/86 (as an apprentice); 1995/96 Melbourne Cup: Runner-up three times on Chagemar, 1984; Super Impose, 1989; On A… Read More »

     
  • Gauci set for final meeting as a jockey

    Darren Gauci has ridden some champions of the Australian turf and achieved more than most during a distinguished career. At Caulfield on Saturday, after 35 years, the curtain will come down on the riding career of the widely respected jockey whose 506 wins during his apprenticeship in the 1980s is… Read More »

     
  • Guest of Honour back to near best

    A strong barrier trial win by Guest of Honour has boosted his new trainer’s confidence he can return to form at Eagle Farm. A Group Two winner in England, Guest of Honour will be having his first start for trainer Matt Dunn in a 1200m-open handicap on Saturday. The gelding… Read More »

     
  • Formality to press her Blue Diamond claims

    Impressive debut winner Formality puts her Blue Diamond credentials on the line in an important lead-up at Caulfield. A debut winner at Werribee last month, Formality is the $3 favourite to take out the Chairman’s Stakes (1000m) on Saturday and a $17 chance in the Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Smith bides his Time to target G2 Breeders

    When Ben Smith decided he wanted to train thoroughbreds, he set about serving a 10-year apprenticeship under the best. Now in his sixth season in his own right, the Newcastle trainer has the chance to score the biggest win of his career when he saddles up In Her Time in… Read More »

     
  • Meadow being set for possible Oaks double

    Classy filly Meadow will take the first steps towards a possible dual Oaks campaign when she races at Eagle Farm. Trainer Desleigh Forster has carefully managed Meadow’s career giving her only four runs before a spell earlier in the season. Meadow was an impressive Doomben maiden winner over 1630m and… Read More »

     
  • Japanese star to stand at Arrowfield Stud

    Japanese champion Maurice will shuttle to Arrowfield Stud in the southern hemisphere breeding season. The six-time Group One winner and 2015 Japanese Horse of the Year bowed out a winner in the Hong Kong Cup in December. Maurice is serving a full book for his first northern hemisphere season at… Read More »