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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Montefilia out to break Rosehill Guineas hoodoo

    Montefilia will attempt to become the first filly in more than three decades to upstage the males and win the Rosehill Guineas. Trainer David Payne has a handy measuring stick when it comes to pitting Montefilia against the colts and geldings in the Rosehill Guineas. No filly has won the… Read More »

  • Ancestry to take easier Hareeba Stakes option

    The barrier draw has been crucial in the decision of Phillip Stokes to bypass a Group 1 race at The Valley in favour of a Listed race at Mornington. An easier option from a better draw will see Ancestry miss a Group 1 contest at The Valley for a Listed… Read More »

  • Clash of the ages in the G1 Ranvet Stakes

    Jockey Tom Marquand says the hype surrounding the showdown between Addeybb and Verry Elleegant is great for the sport. In a race that threatens to overshadow the Golden Slipper, the Ranvet Stakes rematch between international raider Addeybb and local heroine Verry Elleegant already has English jockey Tom Marquand on the… Read More »

  • Leon and Troy Corstens chasing G1 glory

    Leon and Troy Corstens are hoping a favourable barrier draw in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes will bring out the best in their filly Swats That. It is just shy of 12 months that Swats That made an emphatic winning debut at Bendigo that in turn led her to… Read More »

  • Tendon injury forces Russian Camelot retirement

    After a brief career, the Danny O’Brien-trained import Russian Camelot has been retired due to a tendon injury. Connections of Group 1 winning European import Russian Camelot have made the heart-breaking decision to retire the four-year-old after he suffered a tendon injury in the All-Star Mile at The Valley. The… Read More »

  • Boom colt Russian Camelot retired

    Dual G1 winner Russian Camelot will be retired to stand at stud in this coming season. Following Russian Camelot’s second placed finish to Mugatoo in the All Star Mile on Saturdat the colt was found to have a slight tear in his near-fore tendon and connections have opted to make… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper winner Farnan retired

    A training setback has prompted connections of Group One winner Farnan to pull up stumps on his racing career. Golden Slipper winner Farnan has been retired after suffering a training setback and will stand at Kia Ora Stud this spring. Trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott were hoping the colt… Read More »

  • Black type aspirations for Flying Mascot

    Black type races in Adelaide are in the sights of Lindsay Park after the first-up victory of Flying Mascot at Sandown. The current Lindsay Park operation is eyeing off black type races in Adelaide with Flying Mascot after her first-up win at Sandown on Wednesday. On Tuesday it was announced… Read More »

  • Shandy returns with dogged win at Sandown

    Shandy won’t be rushed back to stakes company with her co-trainer Simon Zahra preferring to pick off lesser races and build on her prize money. Simon Zahra is happy to take his time with Shandy after her first-up win in the Ladbrokes Split Multi Handicap (1400m) at Sandown on Wednesday…. Read More »

  • La Cabana sets standard for Anthony Cummings’ outsiders

    Trainer Anthony Cummings will no doubt be hopeful La Cabana’s surprise win at Randwick on Wednesday will set the trend of longshot victories for the stable this week. La Cabana settled prominent on a slow tempo in the opening event at Randwick-Kensington on Wednesday and did enough to hold off… Read More »

  • Watch: Expensive colt breaks through at Rosehill

    Time to mature has helped well bred colt Coastwatch hit the ground running first up with a maiden victory on the Randwick Kensington. Coastwatch resumed in the Ghaiyyath New To Darley Maiden Handicap (1400m) at Randwick on Wednesday after a maiden prep which delivered mixed results. Coastwatch gets the win… Read More »

  • Pat to overcome wide barrier in Gimcrack Stakes

    Pat’s Got Sass has drawn wide and steps up to Listed company, but trainer David Harrison believes the hulking filly has the ability to cope with the pressure at Ascot on Saturday. Pat’s Got Sass, who stands at 17 hands, made the perfect start to her racing career when she… Read More »

  • Chapada chasing a Caulfield Cup spot at Mornington

    Trainer Mike Moroney wants to target the big staying spring races with Chapada and hopes to win his way into one via the Mornington Cup. Now a fully furnished five-year-old, trainer Mike Moroney says it is time for Chapada to be competitive in the bigger spring races at years end…. Read More »

  • September Run to bounce back in William Reid Stakes

    Craig Williams is expecting September Run to bounce back after the disappointment of her Newmarket Handicap performance in the William Reid Stakes at The Valley. September Run has been afforded every chance to return to winning form in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) at The Valley on Friday… Read More »

  • Exciting G2 winners career in doubt

    Exciting Group Two winning mare Affair To Remember may not race again after the mare injured a hoof during a bone scan. The G2 Matriarch Stakes winner was one of the all-in market favourites for Friday nights G2 Sunline Stakes at Moonee Valley but instead her racing career is on… Read More »

  • 17/3/2021 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Happy Valley

    Nine races will be run and won at Happy Valley on Wednesday night, with depth looking strong across the program. Race One: 8 Fortune Patrol Race Two: 11 Wins All Race Three: 2 Master Albert Race Four: 10 Courageous Dragon Race Five: 3 Charizard Race Six: 3 Nunchuks Race Seven:… Read More »

  • Perth sprinter Indian Pacific tackles William Reid Stakes

    Perth sprinter Indian Pacific tackles the Group 1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) at Moonee Valley on Friday night and jockey Brad Parnham believes the four-year-old will be right in the mix Brad Parnham says his confidence in Indian Pacific, prepared by his father Neville Parnham, is backed up by the… Read More »

  • Dan Morton hopes Elite Street can bounce back

    Perth trainer Dan Morton is hoping Elite Street can put aside a disappointing interstate campaign and claw back lost pride at Moonee Valley on Friday night. Morton came to Melbourne full of hope that Elite Street could continue his Group 1 winning ways after his spectacular performance to take out… Read More »

  • Tom Dabernig to leave Lindsay Park

    After 25 years working closely with Lindsay Park, Tom Dabernig is set to leave the training establishment to set up his own stable. The Hayes’ family motto under the late Colin Hayes has been the ‘future belongs to those who plan for it’. The future of Lindsay Park is set… Read More »

  • Mallory good enough to cause an upset in the Golden Slipper

    Rosehill-based trainer Gerald Ryan knows a good thoroughbred when he sees one and he lines up the promising Mallory in partnership with Sterling Alexiou in this Saturday’s running of the $3.5 million Golden Slipper. The Not A Single Doubt filly was up and going early finishing second in the Gimcrack Stakes last October before being spelled and brought back… Read More »

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