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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Tom Marquand returns to test Golden Slipper prospect

    Jockey Tom Marquand has been a golden boy for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace and the co-trainers are banking on his magic touch to help qualify Prague for the Golden Slipper. The UK-based Marquand enjoyed a successful summer stint in Sydney, landing a winning double for the stable aboard Away… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup eye-catcher out for the year

    Melbourne Cup placegetter Il Paradiso will not race again this year after suffering a tendon strain. Trainer Chris Waller advised Racing NSW stewards on Wednesday that the horse had been spelled and would take no part in the Sydney autumn carnival, or the spring in Melbourne. The injury was described… Read More »

     
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  • Streets Of Avalon in form for All Star Mile

    Streets Of Avalon won his way into the All-Star Mile and his trainer Shane Nichols believes the recent Group One winner is poised to run another bold race in the $5 million event at Caulfield. Five-year-old Streets Of Avalon’s upset win in the Group One Futurity Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Akari to dodge stars in Phar Lap Stakes

    Trainer Brad Widdup has decided against starting Akari against benchmark fillies Funstar and Probabeel in the Phar Lap Stakes, instead favouring a Group Three assignment at Kembla Grange. Widdup accepted with Akari for Saturday’s Group Two Phar Lap Stakes at Rosehill and the Kembla Grange Classic (1600m) on Friday but… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar’s daughter could make debut at Caulfield

    Lindsay Park will wait until race morning before deciding if Ready For Caviar will make her debut at Caulfield. Ready For Caviar is the fourth foal of unbeaten champion Black Caviar and the third of her progeny to make it to the races. The two-year-old, by More Than Ready, is… Read More »

     
  • Kris Lees with the numbers in G1 Coolmore Classic

    Kris Lees will saddle up four mares as he ramps up his bid to win a Coolmore Classic, the race his late father Max made his own. Max Lees holds the training record for the Group One fillies and mares feature with five wins and while Kris Lees has come… Read More »

     
  • The Odyssey poised to double up in The Jewel

    Smart three-year-old The Odyssey is the latest example of trainer Kelly Schweida’s ability to find a bargain buy as the gelding heads towards another big win. The Odyssey will move within sight of $1 million in earnings if he can win the $300,000 Three-Year-Old The Jewel (1200m) at the Gold… Read More »

     
  • Brad and Bart on target for $5m All Star Mile

    Some of Black Heart Bart’s All-Star Mile rivals are one-third his age but jockey Brad Rawiller is adamant the veteran can be a force in the $5 million race. The second All-Star Mile is run on Saturday at Caulfield which plays into the favour of nine-year-old Black Heart Bart who… Read More »

     
  • Rothfire scares off rivals in $500,000 QTIS Jewel

    Brilliant two-year-old Rothfire has scared off many of his potential rivals, leaving the $500,000 Two-Year-Old Jewel without a capacity field for the first time. The Jewel has been run under various names as a grand final for QTIS-eligible horses since Tinto won the inaugural race in 2013. It has always… Read More »

     
  • Star central Queensland galloper to miss The 3YO Jewel

    Star central Queensland galloper Master Jamie will miss the $300,000 The Jewel after contracting Ross River fever. Master Jamie has won 11 of his 14 starts and would have been one of the favourites for Saturday’s race. The Gold Coast had 62mm of rain on Tuesday and more showers are… Read More »

     
  • Cheltenham Festival attracts 60,000 fans on Day One

    A crowd of more than 60,000 has attended the opening day of the Cheltenham Festival, around 7000 less than a year ago. Extra wash basins and hand sanitiser stations are in place to help combat the coronavirus outbreak. Despite the fall in numbers on Tuesday (Wednesday AEDT) aggregate crowds across… Read More »

     
  • Maximum Security’s owner fires trainer over doping scheme

    The owner of Maximum Security, winner of the world’s richest horse race in Saudi Arabia, has fired trainer Jason Servis after he was indicted in a doping scheme. Gary West has replaced Servis with Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. Servis was among 27 people charged earlier this week in… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria to trial race-free-week

    A race-free week at the end of the racing season will be trialled in Victoria next year. Racing Victoria has announced several initiatives as part of its ongoing review of the working week in response to participants’ concerns over their workload and welfare. There will be no racing or official… Read More »

     
  • Altior ruled out of Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham

    Star jumper Altior has failed to recover from injury in time for the Queen Mother Champion Chase at Cheltenham. Trainer Nicky Henderson announced on Sunday morning the brilliant two-miler was lame, after a dormant splint that had never caused a problem to the 10-year-old previously “reared its ugly head”. The… Read More »

     
  • Ilovemyself on target for Pago Pago Stakes

    Cranbourne trainer Greg Eurell has made a flying visit to Sydney to watch Ilovemyself in a gallop at Rosehill ahead of the colt’s late bid to earn a Golden Slipper start via the Pago Pago Stakes. Eurell was happy with Ilovemyself’s gallop on the course proper on Tuesday morning and… Read More »

     
  • Fierce Impact peaking ahead of $5m All Star Mile

    Sydney trainer Matthew Smith has taken Fierce Impact away from his temporary home at Caulfield for a solid work-out at Sandown ahead of the All-Star Mile. Smith said Fierce Impact needed a change of scenery to switch him on and blow away the cobwebs ahead of Saturday’s second running of… Read More »

     
  • Owner/breeder Trevor Stuckey dies

    Respected racehorse owner Trevor Stuckey has died aged 91 in Sydney. Stuckey raced horses with the suffix “To Win” most notably multiple Group One winner Racing To Win. A crowd favourite, striking grey Racing To Win was trained by John O’Shea to five top-level victories including the 2006 Doncaster Handicap…. Read More »

     
  • Alligator Blood short priced All Star Mile favourite

    Queensland star Alligator Blood continues to astound his trainer David Vandyke as he prepares to cap a memorable season in the $5 million All-Star Mile at Caulfield. Alligator Blood, to be ridden by Ryan Maloney, is favourite for Saturday’s All-Star Mile and Vandyke says the three-year-old will front up in… Read More »

     
  • Star NZ filly wont line-up in Coolmore Classic

    Star New Zealand filly Probabeel will not take on older horses in the Coolmore Classic but will instead renew her rivalry with Funstar in a Group Two race at Rosehill. Probabeel had been posted favourite for Saturday’s Group One Coolmore Classic (1500m) for fillies and mares but will stick to… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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