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  • Adam Hyeronimus’ betting charges hearing delayed

    A scheduled hearing into charges issued by Racing NSW stewards against Group One-winning jockey Adam Hyeronimus has been adjourned. Hyeronimus was issued multiple charges by stewards relating to alleged betting infringements and a hearing was scheduled to begin on Thursday. Registered stablehand Blake Paine is also facing charges relating to… Read More »

     
  • Mum’s the word in Stackhouse Sale win

    In-form jockey Daniel Stackhouse had a little extra reason to smile after So Let’s Toast’s victory in a two-year-old race at Sale. The colt is part-owned by his mother Vicki and Wednesday’s win in the maiden may be the start of bigger things for the colt who is trained at… Read More »

     
  • Rothfire a late entry for the G1 Golden Rose

    Brilliant Group One JJ Atkins winner Rothfire is a late entry for the Group One Golden Rose (1400m) at Rosehill on September 26. Trainer Robert Heathcote paid the $2500 late entry fee and the gelding was immediately made an $8 second favourite in Golden Rose odds. Favourite for the race… Read More »

     
  • Lloyd Williams’ Irish team readying for return

    Early season form in Ireland will determine the strength and number of horses six-time Melbourne Cup winning owner Lloyd Williams has in Victoria for the spring. Williams’ son Nick said the ownership group could have four or five of their Irish-trained horses in Melbourne for spring assignments joining their local… Read More »

     
  • Maiden win for well-bred Tracy May

    While the eyes of Australian racing were on the debut of champion Winx’s half-sister in Sydney, Brisbane had its own blue blood runner in winner Tracy May. Winx’s sister Convent Garden was bogged down on the heavy Canterbury track to finish sixth but Tracy May had no such worries at… Read More »

     
  • Ms Catherine kicks of winter at The Valley

    Trainer Henry Dwyer initially targeted the Adelaide carnival with unbeaten filly Ms Catherine until a minor niggle ended those hopes. Rather than send the filly for a break, Dwyer and his team nursed Ms Catherine through a hamstring strain to a hind leg with the aim of racing her through… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Winx’s little sister disappoints on debut

    Winx’s younger sibling Covent Garden has been upstaged on debut at Canterbury, finishing unplaced in heavy conditions in a race won stylishly by another well-bred two-year-old. Covent Garden, a half-sister to now-retired champion Winx, stepped out for her first start in Wednesday’s Harry Angel @ Darley Handicap (1100m). "I didn't… Read More »

     
  • Soldier Of Love after three-straight wins

    Progressive gelding Soldier Of Love is scheduled to return to the scene of his most recent victory aiming to add to an already successful campaign. The Bjorn Baker-trained Soldier Of Love is among a capacity field of 14 plus six emergencies for Saturday’s De Bortoli Wines Handicap at Rosehill in… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller targets resources at Tattersall’s Cup

    Champion trainer Chris Waller will be chasing his 30th Queensland feature staying race win with a strong hand at Eagle Farm. He trained the first six across the line in the Group Three Chairman’s Hcp at Doomben two weeks and could possibly do so again in the Group Three Tattersall’s… Read More »

     
  • Outback Barbie to back up in Dane Ripper Stakes

    Classy mare Outback Barbie has come through her Stradbroke Handicap run well and will back up to give trainer Tony Gollan three runners in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes on Saturday. Outback Barbie has not run a place in six starts at Eagle Farm but ran one of her… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian racing given financial boost by Ladbrokes

    Tasmanian racing is set to return from a 10-week shutdown on the weekend and online bookmaker Ladbrokes is backing the return with a financial boost that will be spread across all participants of the industry. Ladbrokes, which is the official wagering partner of Tasracing, has committed an additional $150,000 in… Read More »

     
  • 10/6/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Happy Valley

    Nine races will be run and won at Happy Valley this Wednesday night, and while there are no feature races, the depth is pretty strong. Race One: 3 True Legend Race Two: 7 Pretty Bauhinia Race Three: 1 Curling Luxury Race Four: 3 Flying Genius Race Five: 6 Amazing Race Six: 3 Momentum Galaxy Race Seven: 7… Read More »

     
  • Multiple G1 winner dies unexpectedly

    Multiple Group One winner Gordon Lord Byron ha sadly died following an incident whilst exercising today. Gordon Lord Byron won G1 races in England, France and Australia throughout his career which spanned 108 starts winning 16 of those. The Irish galloper made the trip to Australia in 2014 where he… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria make adjustments to trackwork protocols

    A group of high-profile Victorian jockeys have been given the green light to start riding trackwork again at selected venues. As part of the protocols in place during the COVID-19 pandemic, jockeys in Victoria have been split into two groups – a Green team and a Gold team. Jockeys in… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice in hospital after Pakenham fall

    A Victorian apprentice will spend the night in hospital following a race fall at Pakenham. Kiran Quilty completed the course aboard The Real Wasabi in a maiden race on Tuesday, but her mount clipped heels after the winning post and fell. After being assessed on track, Quilty was transported to… Read More »

     
  • Irithea set for G2 Dane Ripper Stakes

    Having pinpointed the Dane Ripper Stakes as the most suitable option for Irithea during this year’s revised Queensland winter carnival, Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker believes the mare is on track to give the Group Two race a shake. Irithea is coming off a last-start win in the Group Three Dark… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian racing will have crowds on return

    Tasmanian trainers are eagerly awaiting the return to racing with 190 horses nominated for the first meeting back at Launceston. And crowds will immediately be allowed back on course, restricted to restaurant areas. Racing in Tasmania was halted in early April because of the coronavirus outbreak with its return set… Read More »

     
  • Hang Man chasing a winter win at The Valley

    Trainer Mike Moroney believes Hang Man is knocking on the door of a win this preparation and hopes he can achieve it at The Valley on Saturday. Hang Man is yet to win from four starts this preparation, registering two placings, but Moroney believes there was plenty of merit in… Read More »

     
  • Blazing Miss chasing a third-straight win

    A crack at a late-season stakes race in Brisbane looms for Sydney three-year-old Blazing Miss if she continues her good form at Rosehill on Saturday. The Mark Newnham-trained filly will chase her third-straight city win when she runs in Saturday’s 1100m benchmark 88 handicap, having posted back-to-back victories at Randwick… Read More »

     
  • AFL Grand Final and Victoria Derby won’t clash

    Victoria’s Racing Minister Martin Pakula says there won’t be a clash between the opening day of the Melbourne Cup carnival and the Grand Final if the AFL fixture falls that way. The COVID-19 pandemic has clouded the AFL fixture with uncertainty over when the Grand Final will be played. With… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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