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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Clenton to have surgery on collarbone

    Samantha Clenton has come off the worst of four apprentice jockeys taken to hospital after a multiple-horse fall at Taree. Clenton spent Monday night in Port Macquarie Hospital with a broken collarbone. She will come to Sydney where Racing NSW’s doctor David Duckworth will operate on the collarbone on Wednesday…. Read More »

     
  • Payne having more tests after fall

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne was “pretty knocked around” by a fall in a race at Mildura, the Victorian Jockey Association chief says. Payne will undergo further tests in a Melbourne hospital following Monday’s fall, having been taken to a local hospital complaining of abdominal pain. Jockey Association chief Des… Read More »

     
  • Entries extended for Sandown jumps races

    Trainer Eric Musgrove could have as many as four horses heading to a big jumps double-header at Sandown. Musgrove has entered About The Journey in the Australian Hurdle and has also nominated him for Saturday’s Australian Steeplechase along with Thubiaan, Urban Explorer and Zataglio. The leading jumps trainer said he… Read More »

     
  • Payne in Melbourne hospital after fall

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne is having further tests in a Melbourne hospital following a race fall at Mildura. Payne was conscious and moving all her limbs after Monday’s fall but was taken to the local hospital with abdominal pain. The Victorian Jockeys Association said on Monday scans appeared… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne in hospital after fall

    Initial scans have cleared Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne of serious injury following a race fall at Mildura. Payne was conscious and moving all her limbs after Monday’s fall but was taken to hospital with abdominal pain. The Victorian Jockeys Association said scans appeared to be clear but Payne… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne in fall at Mildura

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne is one of five jockeys hospitalised after race falls in two states. Four apprentice jockeys were taken to hospital after a multiple-horse fall at Taree on Monday while Payne came to grief at Mildura. Payne created history when she became the first woman to… Read More »

     
  • Hall Of Fame inductee chasing Sandown win

    Steeplechaser King Triton has helped offset the costs of a hectic Australian Racing Hall of Fame induction for Pat Hyland. The champion jockey turned trainer, Hyland entered the Hall of Fame in a ceremony in Adelaide on Friday night attended by his wife Maree, their children and their partners. Hyland… Read More »

     
  • Michelle Payne falls at Mildura

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne has been taken to hospital complaining of abdominal pain following a fall at Mildura. Payne, who fell from Dutch Courage in a 1000m-race on Monday, had full movement of her limbs and was conscious. Earlier in the day she had ridden a double on… Read More »

     
  • Secateur a Cup horse in the making

    English import Secateur is just starting to warm to his task and will step up to Listed company a week after his fourth Australian start. Trainer Danny Williams says Saturday’s McKell Cup at Randwick has always been the plan for the four-year-old who is headed to 3200 metre races, the… Read More »

     
  • Gingerboy aiming for hat-trick at Sandown

    In recent months, jockey John Allen has become a frequent fixture at feature metropolitan race meetings. Two weeks ago Allen landed his biggest flat success on the Darren Weir-trained Howard Be Thy Name in the South Australian Derby at Morphettville. Howard Be Thy Name is entered for the Grand Prix… Read More »

     
  • Oink to step up in class to BRC Sires’

    The oddly named but talented Oink will step up to Group Two level at Doomben after missing a planned start because of a bad barrier. Trainer Kelly Schweida said he had no regrets about scratching him from Saturday’s Listed Hampden Stakes when the two-year-old drew gate 13. The gelding will… Read More »

     
  • Four young jockeys hurt in Taree fall

    Four apprentice jockeys have been taken to hospital following a multiple horse fall at Taree but all appear to have escaped serious injury. Samantha Clenton’s mount Bazza’s Boy came down at the home turn of Monday’s first race with his rider suffering a suspected broken collarbone and leg injuries. Blinkin… Read More »

     
  • Doomben 10,000 start for Azkadellia

    Trainer Ciaron Maher has no concerns about a firm track for Azkadellia in the Doomben 10,000, confirming the favourite will take her place in the Group One sprint. The Caulfield trainer said a look at the likely make-up of Saturday’s field had convinced him to give her a chance at… Read More »

     
  • Former trainer gets his wish

    Former trainer of Rain Affair ‘Joe Pride’ has got his wish with the owners of the horse deciding to retire the million dollar earner after his poor finish at Flemington on Saturday. Rain Affair was a three time G2 winner and amassed over $1.4m in earnings. Rain Affair retired, 2… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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