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  • Lee Freedman to saddle up first runner since return

    Hall Of Fame trainer Lee Freedman is set to have his first Australian runner since his return from Singapore when Intrepidacious contests the Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich. A five-time Melbourne Cup winner, Freedman spent more than three years in Singapore where he captured the 2018 trainers’ premiership before deciding to head… Read More »

     
  • Hall Of Fame trainer hospitalised after track accident

    An accident at Morphettville trackwork has resulted in trainer Leon Macdonald being hospitalised. Australian Racing Hall of Fame trainer Leon Macdonald has been taken to an Adelaide hospital following an incident at Morphettville trackwork. Macdonald, 79, was taken to the Royal Adelaide Hospital on Thursday for x-rays after he was knocked… Read More »

     
  • Snickerdoodledandy chases stakes win at Flemington

    Trainer Peter Moody has his eyes on another Flemington prize with Snickerdoodledandy but would enjoy nothing more than to pick up a stakes race along the way. Moody has the filly engaged in Saturday’s Listed A R Creswick Stakes (1200m) and is using the race to keep Snickerdoodledandy in top order for the Silver Bowl Series Final… Read More »

     
  • Aidan O’Brien set to shun the Melbourne Cup

    Aidan O’Brien says he is unlikely to have a runner during this year’s Melbourne spring carnival due to new rules imposed by Racing Victoria. A Melbourne Cup win still eludes Aidan O’Brien and that looks unlikely to change this year after the champion Irish trainer declared he was an unlikely participant… Read More »

     
  • Sunborn to shine brightly after career setback

    Three-year-old filly Sunborn will bid to put her career back on track when she resumes at Rosehill. An unfortunate race day incident interrupted the career of Sunborn and trainer Edward Cummings is hoping the filly can make up for lost time. Sunborn will resume in The Agency Real Estate Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park split pair at Flemington

    Entered for two races at Flemington, Lindsay Park has been able to split stablemates Think ‘N’ Fly and Biometric into separate races. In their wisdom of not trying to deny themselves success, Lindsay Park has decided to separate Biometric and Think ‘N’ Fly at Flemington. Both horses were nominated for… Read More »

     
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  • Star filly Love wins the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes

    She’d been off the racecourse for 300 days but that lack of action didn’t stop Aidan O’Brien’s star filly Love in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes as she battled on through the last furlong to beat last year’s Breeders cup Filly and Mare Turf winner Audarya. In addition to her… Read More »

     
  • Lost And Running and TAB to team up in The Everest

    Lost And Running has been announced as the TAB’s representative in The Everest. Another piece in The Everest jigsaw puzzle has been completed with TAB securing Lost And Running as its representative in this year’s $15 million race at Randwick. The rising five-year-old son of Per Incanto trained by John O’Shea at Randwick,… Read More »

     
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  • Watch đź“ş Forzanini shows fight to break her maiden

    Forzanini was a popular winner on Wednesday as the filly knuckled down late to claim victory in The Agency Real Estate Plate (1100m) on the Kensington track. Forzanini drives up the inside to win Race 2 at Randwick Kensington at handy odds thanks to a nice ride from Sam Clipperton!… Read More »

     
  • Messignadi makes jump in grade with win at Sandown

    The decision to scratch from a race at the three-day Swan Hill Carnival for a midweek metropolitan race at Sandown has proven a windfall for the connections of Messignadi. Bypassing Saturday’s race at Swan Hill in favour of the Tile Importer Handicap (1300m) at Sandown saw the filly collect an extra $15,400 in… Read More »

     
  • Token Spirit back in winning form at Sandown

    A perfectly judged ride by Jamie Kah has seen Token Spirit back in winning form at Sandown. Token Spirit has relished a rise in distance with a last-to-first victory in a staying contest for three-year-olds at Sandown. Under the guidance of Jamie Kah, Token Spirit sat at the tail of the field… Read More »

     
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  • Jade Tangaroa swaps roles for milestone win

    She’s normally seen in red jacket and white breeches as Clerk of the Course, but Jade Tangaroa played a different role at Belmont on Wednesday. Tangaroa swapped clerking duties for her other position as a trainer when she saddled up Choose Freedom in the Schweppes Handicap (2100m). And the change of… Read More »

     
  • Lindsay Park doubles up for assault on Creswick Stakes

    As Tom Dabernig enters the late stages of his time with Lindsay Park it has not diminished his determination of adding to his haul of winners. Dabernig leaves Lindsay Park at season’s end with the stable left in the hands of Ben and JD Hayes, sons of champion trainer David Hayes who… Read More »

     
  • The might of Highclere at Royal Ascot

    It’s Royal Ascot for 2021, and the powerful Highclere Racing with this season’s 13 race wins and high 54.8% win-place success that’s looking to build on its already ten Royal Meeting victories. It’s The Organiser who opens this Royal Ascot 2021 for Highclere on Day 1 in being $25 with… Read More »

     
  • Palace Pier takes out the Queen Anne Stakes

    The 2021 Royal Ascot meeting benefitted from a relaxation in COVID rules which mean that 12,000 people could attend. They were treated to a business-as-usual start to the meeting as the ever-popular Frankie Dettori landed the Queen Anne Stakes, the opening race, on Palace Pier. As they approached the final… Read More »

     
  • Red Can Man set for Melbourne debut

    Trainer David Brideoake is confident Perth owned galloper Red Can Man will acquit himself well when the flashy chestnut makes his much-anticipated Melbourne debut at Flemington. A dual Listed winner, Red Can Man runs first-up in Saturday’s Jack Styring OAM Sprint over 1100m on the back of an impressive Traralgon trial… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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