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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Spring Racing Carnival 2009

    September is quickly ariving and for all racing fans this means the start of the spring racing carnival. Last week we saw the return of some Group 1 contenders and that continues this week at Moonee Valley and Randwick, we are looking forward to some great racing over the next… Read More »

     
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  • Scarpa Flow looks good again at Clairwood

    SCARPA FLOW showed promise in placing in his first three runs but it was after a rest that he won his maiden under newly-crowned SA Champion jockey Andrew Fortune.

     
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  • J.J. Liston Stakes – Caulfield August 15th

    The J J Liston Stakes is a Group 2 Australian thoroughbred horse race held under weight for age conditions, for horses aged 3 years old and upwards, over a distance of 1400m. Like past years it boasts a very exciting field of runners who are starting their Spring Racing Carnival… Read More »

     
  • South Africa comments Wednesday August 12

    Race 1 LADY AMEERA made a decent enough debut when staying on well in second and can make amends as the 1200m trip should be right up her alley. KIMBERLY CRUISE should have won her maiden by now and if ready after a rest could finally open her account. MONIZ… Read More »

     
  • Takeover Target retired

    The career of Australia‘s globetrotting sprint champion Takeover Target is over with the veteran to spend several months in the UK recuperating from the injuries he suffered at Newmarket on Friday.

     
  • Anton could be saying Thanks John

    Thanks John has been beaten when sent off as favourite in no less than four of his five runs since winning his maiden for which he also topped the boards.

     
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  • Godolphin heads quality International Cup entries

    Buoyed by its breakthrough Australian Group 1 success in last year?s BMW Caulfield Cup with All The Good, the world’s biggest racing operation, Godolphin, has nominated seven of its best gallopers for this year’s Spring Racing Carnival feature races.

     
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  • Metal ready for big spring bender

    METAL Bender gave Corey Brown more reason to feel envious of rival Hugh Bowman after he partnered the outstanding stayer to a brilliant barrier trial win. [betgame] [betrace] [melbcupbetnow] [ladbrokesoffer75] [ladbrokesoffer150] [crownbet1000] [crownbetoffer] [crownbetoffer50] [williamhilloffer] [nodepositoffer] [tomwaterhouseoffer] [luxbetoffer] [centrebetoffer] [freebettable]   Starting lineups for Australia vs Thailand! #AUSvTHA #WCQ2018 #RoadToRussia… Read More »

     
  • Tuesday Joy leads Gai’s Cup charge

    GAI Waterhouse’s quest to finally win a Melbourne Cup is likely to rest with the mare named in honour of the nation’s greatest race – Tuesday Joy.

     
  • Racing twins in photo finish

    RACING experts can’t split the pair. They’re twins ready to make their marks as jockeys. It’s the first time identical twin girls have been apprenticed in Sydney.

     
  • Munce wins prime Premiere ride

    CHAMPION jockey Chris Munce will be the new rider of Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready in Saturday week’s Premiere Stakes, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

     
  • NSW free of drugs in racing scandal

    THERE has been no evidence the banned substance EPO has been used in NSW thoroughbred racing, Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy says.

     
  • NSW free of drugs in racing scandal

    THERE has been no evidence the banned substance EPO has been used in NSW thoroughbred racing, Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy says.

     
  • Munce wins prime Premiere ride

    CHAMPION jockey Chris Munce will be the new rider of Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready in Saturday week’s Premiere Stakes, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

     
  • Harness caller hit by car

    HAROLD Park race caller Kevin Thompson will be out of action for at least a month after suffering a serious leg injury when he was hit by a car. [popuppress id=”665314″]

     
  • Pumper is a winner again

    JOCKEY Jim Cassidy made a triumphant return to racing, booting home a winner in his first ride – on Rock Song in Race Three - at Randwick. [popuppress id=”635095″]

     
 
 
 
 

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