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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Seydoux puts spring on the line

    A rise in grade or a drop to maiden company awaits Seydoux after she runs at The Valley. Trainer Jim Conlan will learn more about the daughter of Xtravagant after she runs in the Plant Powered Cleaning Handicap (1000m) on Saturday. Seydoux has faced the starter once previously, finishing second to Cecil Street Lad… Read More »

     
  • Cindy Alderson hoping to piece Jigsaw together

    Trainer Cindy Alderson hopes to learn a bit more about Jigsaw after he breaks new ground at The Valley. Jigsaw runs for the first time at 1000m when he lines up in the Mia Kleer Hand Sanitiser Handicap on Saturday. A veteran of four starts, Jigsaw had been racing over 1100m… Read More »

     
  • Dry track a boon for Baker’s half dozen

    After a spate of rain-affected winter tracks, the final meeting of the season is set to be held on a good surface at Randwick and that is music to the ears of trainer Bjorn Baker. Baker will saddle up six runners and is adamant all of them will relish the… Read More »

     
  • Cameron Crockett happy to let horses do the talking

    Cameron Crockett has absolute faith in the ability of Mr Hussill but he is taking a cautious approach ahead of the gelding’s bid for back-to-back Highway Handicap wins. The five-year-old has endured a litany of problems throughout his career and was expected to need the hitout when he resumed from a 21-month… Read More »

     
  • COVID scare forces staff change at Moonee Valley

    Track manager Marty Synan and his staff were looking to racing returning at The Valley following a four-month break. But a COVID scare has forced Synan and his team away from Saturday’s meeting with a casual team and staff from Flemington along with Caulfield and Sandown taking over. Synan said a… Read More »

     
  • Le Gai Soleil set to rebound at Randwick

    Trainer John O’Shea heads to Randwick with two genuine chances in Le Gai Soleil and Mr Gee. John O’Shea has ruled a line through Le Gai Soleil’s last-start failure on a water-logged track and is expecting her to confirm a spot on his spring carnival team when she lines up… Read More »

     
  • Lady Bowthorpe scores emotional win in the Nassau Stakes

    Emotions were high in the Goodwood winner’s enclosure after the Nassau Stakes as connections greeted the winner Lady Bowthorpe back after a thrilling victory in the feature race of day three. For owner Emma Banks, who acts as agent to such stars as Katy Perry, Muse, Kylie Minogue and the… Read More »

     
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  • COVID restrictions change Gytrash’s path to The Everest

    Trainer Gordon Richards remains confident a last-minute disruption to Gytrash’s Everest build up will not hinder the South Australian’s quest to win the $15 million showpiece. The Group One winner was slated to step out in a barrier trial at Rosehill on Friday but will be unable to travel to… Read More »

     
  • Sydney trainers premiership battle going down to the wire

    With 57 metropolitan wins apiece, Bjorn Baker and James Cummings will head into the final Sydney meeting of the season locked in a thrilling battle to finish second on the premiership table. With Chris Waller again a runaway winner on 167 victories, the interest will be in the minors where… Read More »

     
  • Natalie Burke hopes to repeat history-making double

    Natalie Burke hopes the racing ‘gods’ are just as kind to her at Port Hedland as they were at Roebourne last week. In the sweetest of days for Burke she celebrated her best day in racing with a memorable history-making double. Kick-starting Burke’s treasured milestone was Bernardini five-year-old Counter Drive in the… Read More »

     
  • Three Sydney racetracks affected by COVID lockdowns

    Officials have rejigged Sydney’s race program for August after Rosehill became the third metropolitan racetrack enveloped by the latest local government area (LGA) lockdowns. Warwick Farm and Canterbury were already affected by the additional restrictions and Rosehill was added to that list of venues at midnight on Wednesday when the… Read More »

     
  • Freedman filly begins hunt for black-type at The Valley

    The Anthony and Sam Freedman-trained Frost Flowers may not have had the ideal preparation for her return but the stable says she is forward enough to run well at The Valley. Like other stables down the Mornington way, grass gallops and jump-outs have been hard to come by for horses preparing… Read More »

     
  • Aktau kicks off Cups campaign at Moonee Valley

    Aktau is set to start a Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup campaign following a tendon injury at The Valley. Expectations were high when former European galloper Aktau arrived on Australian shores. A first-up win over 1600m was recorded at Flemington in December 2019 before Aktau had another three starts, rounding out… Read More »

     
  • Sale to host inaugural Good Friday race meeting

    Sale has been chosen as the destination to host the first Good Friday race meeting in Victoria, pending State Government approval. Racing is currently prohibited in Victoria on Good Friday and Christmas Day, however the State Government introduced a bill into Parliament last month seeking to amend the Racing Act 1958. It is… Read More »

     
  • Broken Arrows shooting for overdue win at Randwick

    Trainer Matthew Dunn is confident he has Broken Arrows in the right frame of mind to snap a year-long losing streak following a sharp trackwork gallop this week. Formerly prepared by David Pfieffer, who is serving a suspension, Broken Arrows’ last win was at Eagle Farm in July last year. He has… Read More »

     
  • Alcohol Free takes out the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood

    Trainer Andrew Balding’s season was already shaping up to be one of his best but Alcohol Free took it to yet another level when winning Goodwood’s Sussex Stakes from 2,000 Guineas winner Poetic Flare. It was a third Group One win for Alcohol Free as she’d won the Cheveley Park… Read More »

     
  • Brooklyn Hustle to target Winterbottom Stakes

    Melbourne sprinter Brooklyn Hustle could be in Perth later this year to target the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot in November. Co-trainer Jason Warren is keen to head west with his top mare after her top wins in Adelaide and Queensland during winter and autumn campaigns. Brooklyn Hustle celebrated her… Read More »

     
  • I’m Thunderstruck to strike at Moonee Valley

    The Mick Price & Michael Kent Jnr. stable have grander plans in store for I’m Thunderstruck, but the reality is for the gelding to reach those heights, he needs to keep winning. A day before he officially turns four, I’m Thunderstruck will face off against 10 rival three-year-olds in the Dominant… Read More »

     
  • Peter Moody welcomes boom stayer into stable

    Boom Queensland galloper Incentivise has arrived at the stables of Peter Moody to start his Spring Carnival build-up. Incentivise the winner of six of his nine starts in Queensland for trainer Steve Tregea, had a 50 per cent share sold in him to Melbourne-based owners Brae Sokolski and Ozzie Kheir. The gelding… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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