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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Allen wins SA Derby on Howard Be Thy Name

    Jumps jockey John Allen has claimed a milestone Group One win in the South Australian Derby at Morphettville aboard Howard Be Thy Name. An Irishman who came to Australia five years ago, Allen is a stable rider for Darren Weir in Victoria and the leading trainer regularly uses him in… Read More »

     
  • Malaguerra wins G1 BTC Cup for Freedmans

    Consistent galloper Malaguerra could head straight into next month’s Stradbroke Handicap without another run after his fighting win in the Group One BTC Cup at Doomben. An emotion-charged jockey Glenn Colless feared he might have got the lead too early on Malaguerra ($6.50) but the gelding fought on to beat… Read More »

     
  • Mackintosh dominates rivals in Rough Habit

    Champion trainer Chris Waller has a firm grip on the Queensland Derby trophy after Mackintosh scored an all-the-way win in the Group Two Rough Habit Plate (2000m) at Doomben on Saturday. Mackintosh, the $2.10 favourite, was ridden confidently by Blake Shinn and continued Waller’s dominance in the Rough Habit Plate… Read More »

     
  • Olivier delivers Weir a Caulfield treble

    Darren Weir held pre-race concerns over the firm ground at Caulfield for the improving sprinter Olivier. But they were groundless as Olivier made it two wins from as many starts this campaign with an easy win on Saturday. Ridden by 3kg claiming apprentice Ben Thompson, Olivier ($7) scored by 1-1/2… Read More »

     
  • Mertens guides Nat’s The Boss to city win

    Two weeks after riding his first Saturday city winner, apprentice Beau Mertens has struck again for the same trainer at Caulfield. Mertens won on the John Salanitri-trained Hard Call on April 30 and was denied in a photo-finish aboard his stablemate Nat’s The Boss on the same day. Nat’s The… Read More »

     
  • Danish Twist claims G3 Dark Jewel Classic

    Kris Lees has his sights on more black type with Danish Twist after she overcame a tough run to win the Group Three Dark Jewel Classic at Scone. Lees finished with the quinella with Onemorezeta ranging up to her stablemate before weakening slightly to run second. For jockey Tim Clark,… Read More »

     
  • Tavi Bay books Qld Oaks trip at Caulfield

    Trainer Henry Dwyer is hoping lightning strikes twice following the narrow victory of Tavi Bay at Caulfield. Tavi Bay took out The Jericho Cup in 2018 Handicap on Saturday and booked herself a trip to Brisbane for the Group One Queensland Oaks on June 4. Two years ago Dwyer claimed… Read More »

     
  • Correct weight for Clenton in Listed win

    A day after almost losing the ride on Clearly Innocent, apprentice Sam Clenton has claimed her biggest win on the local star at Scone. Clenton was fined twice on Friday when she had to forfeit rides because she couldn’t get to 54kg and was under notice she would have to… Read More »

     
  • Rudy and Jumbo Prince dead-heat at Doomben

    Rudy and Jumbo Prince will take divergent paths for the remainder of the winter carnival after sharing the Singapore Turf Club Trophy at Doomben. Jumbo Prince, the heavily backed $3.30 favourite, appeared set for victory when he hit the front with 100m to go but Rudy ($6) made a late… Read More »

     
  • Matt Cumani celebrates first metro success

    Matt Cumani has wasted little time in starting to make an impression in Melbourne racing, celebrating his first city winner as a trainer. Cumani had his first runner on April 1 after setting up at Ballarat in Victoria, and Show A Star’s victory in Saturday’s Peter Jackson Handicap at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Serene Majesty wins $400,000 Scone Guineas

    Serene Majesty has added to a profitable homecoming for Peter and Paul Snowden in winning the Inglis 3YO Guineas at Scone. The father-and-son training team won the Scone Cup on Friday with Pajaro and the stable parlayed its success into a another significant result in Saturday’s $400,000 Guineas. It was… Read More »

     
  • Rupert bows out on Winning note at Doomben

    Winning Rupert is unlikely to have another start in the winter despite continuing trainer Bjorn Baker’s great recent run of success at Doomben. Heavily backed from $7.50 into $5, Winning Rupert made it two wins from as many starts in the Group Two Champagne Classic (1200m) on Saturday. Ridden near… Read More »

     
  • Real Love stays on target for Brisbane Cup

    Real Love has dispelled any doubts about her ability to cope with a long campaign with a record-breaking win in the Group Three JRA Cup at Doomben. Real Love, the $2.60 favourite, held off the unlucky Sir John Hawkwood ($4.20) to win by three quarters of a length. In the… Read More »

     
  • Alucinari gives Godolphin Scone Listed win

    A lean couple of weeks for Sydney’s leading jockey has ended with James McDonald getting Alucinari home in a photo-finish to the Listed Denise’s Joy Stakes at Scone. Saturday’s win was McDonald’s first since he steered Furnaces to success at the Hawkesbury meeting on April 30 and he had five… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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