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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Weir runner heads 2016 Bletchingly Stakes odds

    The Darren Weir trained Mahuta has opened as the $3.30 favourite for Saturday’s Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield racecourse. Mahuta will be returning from a very successful first preparation in which he won the G2 Sandown Guineas, G2 Autumn Stakes and the G3 Carbine Club Stakes. His preparation however finished with… Read More »

     
  • Horses thriving in McFarlane’s new set-up

    Greg McFarlane’s career resurrection has happened quicker than he expected. The trainer returned last year from a two-year disqualification for attempted race-day treatment of a horse in July 2013. A flag bearer for his successful comeback is Super Tycoon, a horse he will accept with for 1350m and 2000m benchmark… Read More »

     
  • Lord Of The Sky and Oliver reunite

    The first time Lord Of The Sky and Damien Oliver combined they almost caused a Group One boilover when it took Chautauqua the length of the Randwick straight to win the TJ Smith. On Saturday they reunite again in the Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield. Oliver rode Lord Of The Sky… Read More »

     
  • Search for missing trainer Bindi Cheers expanded

    The search area for missing NSW racehorse trainer Bindi Cheers has been extended as it continues into a third day. Cheers disappeared after leaving Hawkesbury races on Sunday at about 2pm. Her horse truck was found more than 170km away at a service station in the Newcastle suburb of Beresfield…. Read More »

     
  • Ryan hopes Monsoon stars at Canterbury

    The Caulfield Guineas features in the future plans for well bred colt Star Of Monsoon, but first he needs to get a win on the board. Trainer Gerald Ryan hopes that will come as soon as Wednesday at Canterbury where he runs in the 1200 metre-maiden for two-year-olds. The colt… Read More »

     
  • Jungle Edge after city success at Sandown

    A wet Sandown track gives trainer Mick Bell confidence Jungle Edge can snare an elusive city win. The five-year-old contests the Le Pine Funerals Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday after minor placings over 1000m in town at his past two starts. Formerly prepared on the NSW South Coast, Jungle Edge lines… Read More »

     
  • Offers coming in thick and fast for surprise winner

    Offers have been flooding in to purchase surprise Flemington winner Astro Castro with trainer Alan Hunter saying that the “Phone has been running hot.”. The 3YO Astronomer Royal gelding won the Vrc Recognition Hcp with an impressive turn of foot on debut beating more seasoned horses. Astro Castro is likely… Read More »

     
  • Search continuing for missing trainer

    The search is continuing for popular Taree racehorse trainer Bindi Cheers who has been missing since Sunday. Cheers was last seen at a truck stop in the Newcastle suburb of Beresfield after leaving the Hawkesbury race meeting towing a horse float. Her car and the horse truck were found at… Read More »

     
  • Ed Dunlop runner could return for Melbourne Cup 2016

    The Melbourne Cup is again in the agenda for Trip To Paris who is to be set for the Lonsdale Cup for his second run back from injury. Runner-up in the 2015 Caulfield Cup before his fourth in the Melbourne Cup, Trip To Paris injured a tendon in the Japan… Read More »

     
  • Victorian racing minister calls for meeting of administrators

    Victorian racing minister Martin Pakula says he wants to get the state’s administrators together to thrash out issues facing the industry. Last week chief steward Terry Bailey and Melbourne Racing Club chief executive Brodie Arnhold were called to Racing Victoria headquarters after a war of words played out in the… Read More »

     
  • Antiquarium to miss Goodwood Cup

    James McDonald has six rides on the opening day of the Goodwood Festival but Melbourne Cup hopeful Antiquarium has been ruled out of the Cup later in the week. McDonald rode Antiquarium to win the Northumberland Plate which prompted talk of a trip to Australia later this year. Trainer Charlie… Read More »

     
  • Michael Dee appeals suspension

    Michael Dee’s chances to win the Melbourne apprentices’ premiership hinge on an appeal against a careless riding suspension. Dee is two wins behind Dylan Dunn in the battle for the junior title but will have to win an appeal against a 10-meeting ban to compete at the final two meetings… Read More »

     
  • Danny Nikolic gets October riding licence case

    Controversial jockey Danny Nikolic’s hopes of getting back in the saddle for the spring carnival have been dashed. Nikolic has failed to get his bid to regain his riding licence heard in August and will instead have to wait until October. But the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal knocked back… Read More »

     
  • Zin Zan Eddie looking for Listed win

    While most trainers are looking forward to Sydney tracks drying out, Matthew Smith has mixed feelings with his team heading to Rosehill. Zin Zan Eddie, the stable’s hope in Saturday’s Listed Winter Challenge (1500m), has a good record on all surfaces but loves being on wet ground. He is unlikely… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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