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  • Lee Magorrian wins two, loses one

    Apprentice Lee Magorrian has had mixed fortunes at Rosehill, riding two winners and missing out on the possibility of another. Magorrian won Saturday’s Beanie For Brain Cancer (1400m) on Invinzabeel for his master Chris Waller, claiming his full three kilograms to bring the gelding’s weight to 58.5kg. He had earlier… Read More »

     
  • Nozi repays owners’ faith at Doomben

    Veteran jockey Nozi Tomizawa can thank the internet for his winning ride on Sylpheed in the Listed Just Now Quality at Doomben. Tomizawa rides mainly in Toowoomba on Saturdays but ventures down the range when asked for special rides. He rarely rides for Gold Coast-based trainer Toby Edmonds but has… Read More »

     
  • The Everest winnings to fund cancer research

    The Australian Turf Club and Australian Bloodstock have banded together to donate more than $33,000 to the Mark Hughes Foundation for brain cancer research. The $33,060 cheque was presented to the charity at Rosehill Gardens racecourse on Saturday by ATF chairman Laurie Macri. Mark Hughes accepted the donation in between… Read More »

     
  • Test The World racks up sixth victory

    Ultra-consistent mare Test The World has won a dramatic feature at Rosehill that doubled as a tribute to jockey Samara Johnson. The Bjorn Baker-trained four-year-old claimed the Mark Hughes Foundation Handicap by a head on Saturday to boost her record to six wins from 10 starts. Test The World ($3.80)… Read More »

     
  • NSW take lead in Origin Jockeys

    NSW will take a narrow lead into the final day of the Jockeys Origin series after scoring a win and a third on the second day of the series at Doomben. New Zealand were the leaders after the first day when Damian Browne won a heat and finished second in… Read More »

     
  • Tried And Tired scores upset Pakenham win

    Fresh from achieving the milestone of outriding his claim, apprentice Ben Allen has piloted Tried And Tired to an upset win on a soft track at Pakenham. Jungle Edge was sent out the $1.95 favourite in Saturday’s Stabil-Lime Group Handicap (1200m) but, carrying 60.5kg after apprentice Georgina Cartwright’s claim, the… Read More »

     
  • Gambler’s Blues comes up trumps

    Gambler’s Blues has ended a losing streak stretching to autumn last year by winning for the first time on his home track at Rosehill. The seven-year-old gelding spiked a frustrating sequence of near misses for trainer Tim Martin, who missed Gambler’s Blues fourth career win after being caught in traffic…. Read More »

     
  • Ethan Brown guides O’Lonera to Pakenham win

    Doing his homework has paid off for apprentice Ethan Brown aboard O’Lonera at Pakenham. The Cindy Alderson-trained O’Lonera snapped a 16-month absence from the winner’s circle in Saturday’s Hanson BM78 Handicap (2000m), defeating Casta by two lengths, with Shangani Patrol another neck away third. Brown sat just behind the leaders… Read More »

     
  • Noire to be aimed at black type

    Syndicator Denise Martin has already had Group One success with one Foxwedge offspring and is hoping another can step up. Noire claimed her fourth win from eight starts at Rosehill on Saturday and while she is a little behind her Chris Waller-trained stablemate Foxplay at the same stage of her… Read More »

     
  • Zofonic Dancer now a Queensland Derby horse

    Zofonic Dancer has won at Doomben, completing a mission to earn enough prize money to run in next year’s Queensland Derby. The stoutly bred gelding ($7) made it four wins from five starts when he wore down Boom Boom Epic ($2.60) to win the three-year-old handicap (1600m) on Saturday. Trainer… Read More »

     
  • Magic Choir on song in Highway Handicap

    Todd Howlett will target another Highway Handicap with Magic Choir after he made a successful metropolitan debut in the concept for country horses at Rosehill. The four-year-old ($18) notched the third win of his six-race career after finishing strongly to beat Gitan ($7) by half a length on Saturday, with… Read More »

     
  • Blue Book makes it three on end at Doomben

    Trainer Kelly Doughty has two reasons to be happy after her smart gelding Blue Book made it three wins from as many starts at Doomben. Blue Book ($3.30) won his previous two starts leading all of the way but he was taken on for the lead and headed on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Bel Sonic presses Magic Millions Guineas claims

    The Jason Warren-trained Bel Sonic has pressed his claims for a crack at the Magic Millions Guineas in January with a first-up victory in the opening race on Pakenham Cup day. Bel Sonic had his first start since early September in Saturday’s O’Connor Beef 3YO BM70 Handicap (1000m) and reeled… Read More »

     
  • Gongs sounds warning to Golden Slipper rivals

    Godolphin filly Gongs has put her Golden Slipper rivals on notice a second time with a comfortable victory at Rosehill. The Dawn Approach two-year-old stayed unbeaten in style with an assured half-length win in the Merry Christmas ATC Members Handicap (1200m). Gongs launched her career with a crushing victory at… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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