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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Super Star Bobs combine for Highway win

    While it came about by coincidence rather than design, jockey Bobby El-issa’s first Saturday metropolitan winner since beating cancer has come aboard the aptly named Super Star Bob. The Matthew Dale-trained three-year-old gelding stepped up from a maiden debut victory on his home track at Canberra on January 6 to… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian Oaks target for Wheal Leisure

    The Tasmanian Oaks is an immediate target for lightly raced filly Wheal Leisure after a hard-fought win at Moonee Valley. Giving Michael Dee his first city win as a senior rider, Wheal Leisure made a long run around the field in Saturday’s Metcash Handicap (2000m) and fought off the challenge… Read More »

     
  • Zasorceress wins well at Moonee Valley

    Premier Melbourne trainer Darren Weir has brought up an early winning double at Moonee Valley in contrasting fashions. After Gratwick controlled the opening race from the front, four-year-old Zabeel mare Zasorceress has come from last to lead in a stable quinella in the second event, the Schweppes Lemonade Handicap (1600m)…. Read More »

     
  • Exceeds shows class in Randwick 2YO upset

    Two-year-old filly Exceeds has blown away the hype surrounding debutant Eden Roc by scoring a tough victory at Randwick. The Hawkes Racing-trained Eden Roc, closely related to Group One-placed stablemate Star Turn, jumped the $1.70 favourite but the James Cummings-trained Exceeds ($20) caused a boilover in Saturday’s two-year-old plate over… Read More »

     
  • Paradis Imperial makes it five on end

    Rockhampton filly Paradis Imperial has maintained her unbeaten record and surprised her trainer Tony McMahon with the ease of her win at Eagle Farm. Paradis Imperial had won her previous four starts at Rockhampton and Mackay in impressive style and was stepping out for her biggest test on Saturday. Sent… Read More »

     
  • Williams guides Gratwick to Valley win

    Leading trainer Darren Weir has praised the ride of premier jockey Craig Williams who has steered Gratwick to a front-running win at Moonee Valley. Gratwick ($5.50) had finished third in his past three starts but Williams was able to control the speed in Saturday’s William Hill Handicap (1200m). The three-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose disqualified from G1 Flight

    Yankee Rose’s trainer David Vandyke has been hit with a $25,000 fine and the horse has been disqualified from the Group One Flight Stakes after returning a positive test to banned anti-inflammatory Ketorolac. Vandyke pleaded guilty at a Racing NSW stewards’ inquiry on Friday to allowing Ketorolac to be administered… Read More »

     
  • Oxford Poet ready to put best foot forward

    When Oxford Poet’s troublesome hooves have stunted his career, he has relied on heart to show his class. Now the two are working in tandem as the horse aims for another stakes victory in Saturday’s Listed Carrington Stakes (1400m) at Randwick. Navicular disease has restricted the six-year-old gelding to 26… Read More »

     
  • Brooke Ainsworth gets city chance

    Claiming apprentice Brooke Ainsworth has been given a golden chance to boost her profile with the key ride on promising Ringo’s A Rockstar at Eagle Farm. Ringo’s A Rockstar will be having his final run for the summer in the QTIS Three Year Old (1200m) where he faces a strong… Read More »

     
  • Crystal Dreamer chases fourth-straight win

    Crystal Dreamer has risen to every challenge so far this campaign and will drop back in distance in a bid to continue his winning streak at Moonee Valley. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained sprinter is set to chase his fourth-straight win for the campaign in Saturday’s Schweppes Indian Tonic… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose disqualified from G1

    Yankee Rose’s trainer David Vandyke has been hit with a $25,000 fine and the horse has been disqualified from the Group One Flight Stakes after returning a positive test to banned anti-inflammatory Ketorolac. Vandyke pleaded guilty at a Racing NSW stewards’ inquiry on Friday to allowing Ketorolac to be administered… Read More »

     
  • Lordag to return Robert Heathcote’s faith

    A sharp drop in class is expected to help Lordag return his trainer’s faith by getting back on the winners’ list at Eagle Farm. Lordag has been close without running a place at his five starts this campaign and at his latest run was fifth to Cylinder Beach in the… Read More »

     
  • Valley stepping stone for Corstens stayer

    Crediton might not have the runs on the board yet, but co-trainer Troy Corstens believes in a year’s time that might be a different story. Four-year-old Crediton is by Tavistock – sire of Derby winners Tarzino, Tavago and Werther – out of the 2000 NZ Oaks winner She’s Country and… Read More »

     
  • Date set for Josh Cartwright hearing

    Jockey Josh Cartwright will front an adjourned inquiry next month over a reckless riding charge in Adelaide. Cartwright pleaded guilty to the serious charge on Saturday after which South Australian stewards adjourned the hearing to consider penalty. Fellow jockey Jason Holder was lucky not to fall when Cartwright steered his… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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