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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Aussie trainer heading home from UK

    Australian trainer Jeremy Gask will return home later this year after completing a successful decade-long stint in England. The 43-year-old moved from Adelaide in 2007 having saddled over 250 winners in the South Australian Metropolitan Premiership, and has almost 200 victories to his name as a UK trainer. He is… Read More »

     
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  • Suspended jockey loses Sydney Cup ride

    Jason Collett has been ruled out of the ride on Chance To Dance in the re-run of the Group One Sydney Cup by a suspension at Warwick Farm. Collett was suspended for four meetings, which includes the Sydney Cup at Randwick on April 22, after pleading guilty on Wednesday to… Read More »

     
  • Moroney expects All Aged Stakes to suit Tivaci

    There are still four Group One races on the radar for classy horse Tivaci before he heads to stud but trainer Mike Moroney is hoping he can break through at the top level sooner rather than later. Tivaci has been placed twice in Group One races this season while at… Read More »

     
  • Edmonds-Lloyd reach 50, Bell returns

    It is apt that She Goes Pop’s runaway win at the Sunshine Coast has helped jockey Jeff Lloyd and trainer Toby Edmonds reach milestones at the same time. Edmonds and Lloyd have been the most dominant partnership in Queensland racing this season since Bruce McLachlan and Brian York in the… Read More »

     
  • War Legend on trial for interstate trip

    War Legend will be on trial for a Queensland winter carnival campaign when he steps up to 2000 metres in either the Easter Cup at Caulfield or the Stawell Cup. The Mike Moroney-trained four-year-old is the first emergency for Saturday’s Group Three $150,000 Easter Cup in a capacity field of… Read More »

     
  • Chief Joseph gives Lloyd upset win

    A long range prediction by breeder Scott McAlpine has come true with the well-bred Chief Joseph scoring an upset win at the Sunshine Coast. Premier jockey Jeff Lloyd showed he doesn’t just win on favourites when he brought Chief Joseph ($41) with a well-timed run to win Wednesday’s Pryde’s Easifeed… Read More »

     
  • Track condition key for Charmed Harmony

    Trainer John Sadler believes Charmed Harmony can bounce back to his best in the Victoria Handicap if he happens to get track conditions to suit. Charmed Harmony finished second to subsequent multiple Group One-winner Black Heart Bart in last year’s Group Three Victoria Handicap (1400m) and Sadler believes if the… Read More »

     
  • First Australian win for All Too Hard

    Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard has notched the first Australian victory of his stud career with The Mighty Fed producing a composed effort at Warwick Farm. Lincoln Hills gave the four-time Group One winner his initial success in New Zealand last month while his first crop had racked up… Read More »

     
  • Class drop offsets weight for Felines

    A massive drop in class is expected to offset a big weight when quality mare Felines returns to Brisbane to race at Doomben. Trained at Newcastle by Kris Lees, Felines has 60.5kg in Saturday’s Open Hcp (1050m) but meets a far inferior field to her two most recent starts. The… Read More »

     
  • Greg Miles set to call final race

    In almost four decades of broadcasting thoroughbred racing in Victoria, Greg Miles has delivered many famous calls. But, as he prepares to call his final races at Saturday’s Easter Cup meeting at Caulfield, Miles admits he hasn’t got a line prepared for his sign-off, fittingly in a race named ‘Bravo… Read More »

     
  • Group 3 winner off to stud

    Spendthrift Australia announced the addition of Swear, the Group-winning & G1-placed son of Redoute’s Choice, to its stallion ranks for 2017, as well as service fees for its entire roster. “This is an exciting time at Spendthrift Australia. We have a lot of big things on the horizon as we… Read More »

     
  • Hartnell off to the spelling paddock

    Hartnell will head to the spelling paddock instead of Hong Kong but he could still make the trip later in the year. He had been earmarked for the QEII Cup at the end of the month but Godolphin says he will be given a break and be prepared for a… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm stables up and running

    Eagle Farm’s new stabling complex is up and running after a troubled 12 months which delayed its completion. The Brisbane Racing Club on Wednesday held an open day for the media to showcase the development which it believes will be a major boost to racing in Queensland. Eagle Farm is… Read More »