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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Change to help Dances On Stars

    Veteran Sydney sprinter Dances on Stars is expected to respond to a new training regime when he begins his seventh Queensland campaign at Eagle Farm. Seven-year-old Dances on Stars, a regular visitor in the summer and winter, will be having his 17th start in Queensland in Saturday’s Open Quality (1500m)…. Read More »

     
  • Aust horses at HK’s International meeting

    THE WORLD STAGE – AUSTRALIAN HORSES AT HONG KONG’S INTERNATIONAL MEETING FALVELON (Trainer Danny Bougoure/Jockey Damien Oliver) Won the International Sprint in 2000 when the race was a Group Three and returned the following year to make it back-to-back wins with the race elevated to Group Two status. Returned in… Read More »

     
  • Training team look to extend winning run

    Luck has been on the side of training partners Terry O’Sullivan and daughter Karina. Since being faced with what looked like an end to the career of promising filly Green Patina at Pakenham last week, the stable has score three wins from their past four starters. After wins at Horsham… Read More »

     
  • Waller pleads guilty to ice positive

    Leading trainer Chris Waller has pleaded guilty to a charge of presenting a horse to race with the prohibited substance methylamphetamine its system. Waller told Racing NSW stewards on Friday he had no idea how Betcha Thinking came into contact with the drug, commonly known as ice, but said he… Read More »

     
  • Elegant Composure faces biggest test

    Elegant Composure will earn her rating as a future Group star if she can overcome some obstacles to win the Listed Just Now Quality at Eagle Farm. Trainer Chris Anderson thinks he will have a far better idea of how far Elegant Composure can go after Saturday’s race. Elegant Composure… Read More »

     
  • Zumbelina favourite to win four straight

    As she shoots for four-in-a-row, Zumbelina is set for one more start before she heads to the paddock to tackle Group races in autumn. Zumbelina recorded her third-straight city win at Rosehill on November 26, with the three-year-old carrying 60kg as she stepped up to 1400m for the first time…. Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar’s daughter wins jump-out

    Black Caviar’s daughter Oscietra has made an impressive first public appearance, leading all the way to win a jump-out at Flemington. The two-year-old filly is the first foal from the champion mare Black Caviar who was undefeated in her 25 starts. Ridden by Black Caviar’s regular jockey Luke Nolen in… Read More »

     
  • New racing manager for Qld racing

    Tasmanian racing official Simon Stout has been appointed general manager of racing for Racing Queensland. Stout is currently the Thoroughbred Code Development manager for Tasracing and has previously worked as senior manager at Hudson Conway Racing, the thoroughbred operation at Macedon Lodge owned by Lloyd Williams. He is one of… Read More »

     
  • Catterall new Racing.com chief executive

    Andrew Catterall will return to racing as the new chief executive of Racing.com A former AFL executive, Catterall was also the former commercial and strategy officer at Racing Victoria and more recently led a global sports entertainment technology services and consultancy firm. He begins the role at Racing.com – the… Read More »

     
  • Williams already started on Hong Kong work

    Luckily for Craig Williams he knows the lay of the land in Hong Kong. Reliant on racing manager Mark Guest to book his rides in Australia, Williams will be on his own when he goes to Hong Kong after Saturday’s Flemington meeting. Williams rode successfully in Hong Kong from 2001… Read More »

     
  • Perfect draw to Takedown G1 rivals in HK

    When Gary Moore assessed Takedown’s barrier draw for the International Sprint he could offer two words – delighted and perfect. The trainer’s confidence has grown since Thursday’s draw with Takedown given barrier six and Australia’s other hope Rebel Dane assigned gate eight for Sunday’s Group One race at Sha Tin…. Read More »

     
  • Top apprentice appeals careless riding ban

    Leading Victorian apprentice Ben Allen will continue to ride at as many meetings as he can under a stay of proceedings pending an appeal against a careless riding ban. Allen rode a double at Sandown on Wednesday and under the stay is free to ride at Moonee Valley on Friday… Read More »

     
  • Lopartega ready for Flemington 1700m

    Doug Harrison has long believed Lopartega has the makings of a middle-distance mare and the trainer will stretch her beyond 1600m for just the second time at Flemington. Lopartega meets her last-start conqueror Hell Or Highwater again in Saturday’s Hollywood Nails Handicap (1700m) when she steps up in distance from… Read More »

     
  • Takedown draws barrier six for HK Sprint

    Takedown has drawn barrier six for the Group One International Sprint in Hong Kong while fellow Australian horse Rebel Dane is set to jump from gate eight. The Gary Moore-trained Takedown will be ridden by Tim Clark and Ben Melham is in Hong Kong to ride Rebel Dane for Gary… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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