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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Good news for Daniel Stackhouse

    Good news for Daniel Stackhouse

    Initial X-rays have cleared jockey Daniel Stackhouse of fractures after a race fall at Pakenham. Stackhouse came down in the straight in the fourth race on Tuesday and was taken to Dandenong Hospital amid fears he had sustained a lower leg fracture. But the Victorian Jockeys’ Association says the news… Read More »

     
  • Srikandi to join Ktichwin broodmare band

    Dual Group One winner Srikandi has been retired to the broodmare barn and will be served by Snitzel this season. The six-year-old had not raced since her midfield finish in the Darley Classic last spring after which she was found to have a stress fracture. Srikandi was trained by Ciaron… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner retired due to injury

    G1 winner retired due to injury

    Group 1 winning mare Srikandi has been officially retired following a decision made by connections. The decision came after a stress fracture ruled her out of running during this years Autumn and Winter carnivals. The former Ciaron Maher trained galloper had fifteen starts and amassed over $2.3million including G1 wins… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner looking better than expected

    G1 winner looking better than expected

    Group One winner Single Gaze’s sparkling return to Nick Olive’s stable has forced him to reconsider spring options for the mare. The Vinery Stud Stakes winner’s target race remains the Group Two Stocks Stakes (1600m) at Moonee Valley on September 30. But the Canberra trainer is not ruling out another… Read More »

     
  • Alluvion heading for Silver Shadow Stakes

    A filly who wasn’t born when Scott Singleton bought her could produce his first stakes win. When the Hawkesbury trainer found broodmare Accretion at a Patinack Farm dispersal sale she was in foal with Alluvion. The filly is the first of Accretion’s progeny to race and will have her fourth… Read More »

     
  • Bridget Jones’s diary: Randwick races

    Bridget Jones’s diary entry for Saturday August 20 might read: “Randwick – don’t get lost.” The Dubbo trainer is bringing Iona Nicconi to the big smoke for the Highway Plate (1600m). The last time Jones last made the seven-hour journey to Sydney she ended up stuck in the middle of… Read More »

     
  • Winx has final gallop before return

    Winx has final gallop before return

    The most talked about horse in the country is a step closer to her return with her trainer and jockey giving Winx the tick of approval. Race jockey Hugh Bowman put the champion mare through her paces in a course proper gallop at Rosehill on Tuesday morning ahead of her… Read More »

     
  • Olympic flavour at Canterbury races

    Olympic flavour at Canterbury races

    A midweek race meeting in Sydney would seem an unlikely place for Bruce McAvaney and and an Olympic sport to feature. But the leading broadcaster and the sport in which Australia won a bronze medal in Rio last week have ties to Canterbury on Wednesday. Bring A Secret’s trainer Nick… Read More »

     
  • Victorian jockey taken to hospital after fall

    Victorian jockey taken to hospital after fall

    Jockey Daniel Stackhouse has been taken to hospital after falling from his mount in a race at Pakenham. Stackhouse came down in the straight aboard Saint Jimmy in the fourth race on Tuesday. “Daniel Stackhouse has a possible lower leg fracture and has been transported to Dandenong Hospital for X-rays… Read More »

     
  • Shiraz familiarises himself with Valley

    Trainer Tony McEvoy has taken the opportunity to give Shiraz a gallop around Moonee Valley before the sprinter’s bid to add another first-up victory to his record. Shiraz, the winner of four of six starts fresh, has yet to race at Moonee Valley but was among the horses to work… Read More »

     
  • Emoji brings up milestone win for Begg

    Emoji brings up milestone win for Begg

    Emoji has raced to a convincing maiden victory at Pakenham to give Grahame Begg his first win since relocating to Victoria and rejoining the training ranks. Begg trained successfully out of Randwick in Sydney for 25 years before closing his stables in December 2014 to take a break. A multiple… Read More »

     
  • Capitalist to miss Golden Rose

    Capitalist to miss Golden Rose

    Star Turn and Yankee Rose are the new $8 equal favourites for the Golden Rose with Capitalist to miss the $1 million race. The Golden Slipper winner finished fourth in Saturday’s San Domenico Stakes at Rosehill won by Star Turn and will now be aimed at the Coolmore Stud Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Meeting with owner to decide Alpine Eagle return

    Meeting with owner to decide Alpine Eagle return

    Alpine Eagle has taken another step towards his season return with a win in a barrier trial at Tatura and connections will decide this week when the horse steps out at the races. The five-year-old was taken to Tatura to trial on Tuesday and trainer Tony McEvoy was pleased with… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose to run first-up in Golden Rose

    Yankee Rose to run first-up in Golden Rose

    Star filly Yankee Rose will begin her ambitious spring campaign in the Group One Golden Rose without a lead-up race. Runner-up in the Golden Slipper and the winner of the ATC Sires’ Produce, Yankee Rose won a jump-out against two stablemates at the Sunshine Coast on Tuesday without over-exerting herself…. Read More »

     
 
 
 

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