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  • No decision on Oakleigh Plate for Chautauqua

    A decision on whether star sprinter Chautauqua will run in Saturday’s Group 1 Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield will be made on Wednesday morning according to co-trainer Wayne Hawkes. “The bottom line is there is a float booked for Thursday night to come to Melbourne,” Hawkes told After The Last. “We’re going to decide… Read More »

     
  • First acceptors taken for Flemington G1s

    One-time favourite Tosen Stardom has been officially withdrawn from Australian Cup entries at the first acceptance stage while star sprinter Redzel is no longer in Newmarket Handicap calculations. First acceptances for Saturday week’s Australian Guineas and the following week’s Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup have closed with 29 three-year-olds remaining… Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer suspended by RAD Board

    A Ballarat trainer has been suspended for three months and fined after being found guilty of two of three charges relating to the treatment of a horse. Simon Morrish was on Tuesday suspended until June 1 and fined $500 by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board after the inquiry stemming… Read More »

     
  • Efforts ramp up to get Winx to England

    A clash between Winx and Enable is the dream of English racing officials who are in Australia to continue the campaign to get the local champion to the northern hemisphere. Royal Ascot’s director of racing Nick Smith, Adam Waterworth, the managing director of sporting at Goodwood and York’s chief executive… Read More »

     
  • Mighty Boss to take on older horses again

    Caulfield Guineas-winning colt Mighty Boss has taken no harm from his luckless C F Orr Stakes run and is flying ahead of the Group One Futurity Stakes. That’s the assessment of the colt’s trainer Mick Price who is preparing to give the three-year-old another opportunity to snare a valuable weight-for-age… Read More »

     
  • Daysee Doom set for comeback in Millie Fox Stakes

    Daysee Doom returns to the fray for trainer Ron Quinton in the Millie Fox Stakes at Rosehill while stablemate Dixie Blossoms, is edging closer to a comeback. The two mares have already tussled in two barrier trials and are set for a more significant showdown in the Group One Coolmore… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond the most open in recent history

    A capacity field of 16 will tackle what is considered one of the most open Blue Diamond Stakes in its history. Following Tuesday’s barrier draw in which he came up with seven, the Lindsay Park-trained Long Leaf was the $7 favourite ahead of Plague Stone and Oohood at $8. Long… Read More »

     
  • Ace High continues Group One path

    Ace High won a 1400-metre race as a late-two year-old but trainer David Payne is not pinning his hopes on another short-course victory in the Hobartville Stakes. What he hopes to see at Rosehill on Saturday is the colt hitting the line hard as the Victoria Derby winner builds into… Read More »

     
  • Mick Price looks to Sydney with Seabrook

    Mick Price has turned his attention towards the Golden Slipper with Seabrook after the promising filly failed to gain a place in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes. Price has one of the leading contenders, Prairie Fire, in Saturday’s $1.5 million Blue Diamond (1200m) at Caulfield but had also been… Read More »

     
  • Record holder aiming to bounce back at Canterbury

    Since breaking the 1100m record at Bathurst, Bjorn Baker trained Vega has not run a place in 6 runs, in fact, beating just an average of 2 runners home in each run. The 4-year-old gelding was more than impressive when breaking the track record, remarkably carrying 61 kilos and coming… Read More »

     
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  • Big finisher set for Caulfield

    Debut winner Paret will be searching for win number TWO when stepping out in a benchmark 64 in the last at Caulfield tomorrow. The 3-year-old by Harbour Watch immediately attracted attention with consistent big runs from the back of the field early on in his career, with the 1440m trip… Read More »

     
  • No Blue Diamond joy for Hayes with Seberate

    Lindsay Park co-trainer David Hayes has taken the disappointment of missing a Blue Diamond start with Seberate in his stride. The two-year-old was one of the 23 paid-up acceptors for Saturday’s Group One Blue Diamond for two-year-olds at Caulfield, but was eliminated when he fell outside the safety limit of… Read More »

     
  • Crack Me Up has easy trial

    Crack Me Up has had an easy hit-out in a Doomben barrier trial ahead of another trip to Sydney. The gelding won the Group Two Villiers (1600m) at Randwick in December which earned him a ballot free entry to the Group One Doncaster Mile on April 7. The gelding had… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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