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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Jockey cops back-to-back whip suspensions

    Jockey Fred Kersley has been suspended for the second time in as many city meetings for breaching whip rules. Kersley was suspended for six meetings and fined $300 for using the whip on 10 occasions before the 100m aboard third-placed Stretto in last Saturday’s Silver Bowl Final at Flemington, five… Read More »

     
  • Vendidit to make a mockery of his odds in Winx Guineas

    Co-trainer Bryan Guy believes lightly raced Vendidit can make a mockery of his odds and cement his new venture with Orbis Bloodstock by winning the Group Three Winx Guineas. The Sunshine Coast Guineas has been renamed the Winx Guineas after the champion mare started her record 33 consecutive wins by… Read More »

     
  • Glasshouse Handicap fancy Krone set to race on

    A return to top form in stakes races will see mare Krone withdrawn from the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale to race for another season. Formerly trained by Mick Price in Melbourne, Krone was sent to Eagle Farm trainer Tony Gollan with the idea of getting more black-type before the… Read More »

     
  • Golden Horde headlines the July Cup field

    Trainer Clive Cox believes Golden Horde will be lining up in “a proper Group One” for the Darley July Cup at Newmarket. The three-year-old will clash with older horses for the first time in Saturday’s six-furlong feature, after making a victorious return to action in the Commonwealth Cup at Royal… Read More »

     
  • Spring hopes for Toyetic after impressive win at Sandown

    The Anthony Freedman stable has spring hopes for Toyetic after the gelding broke through for his maiden win at Sandown. But Sam Freedman, assistant trainer to his father, admitted to some nervous moments before Toyetic closed out with an easy win in the Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday…. Read More »

     
  • Signore Fox wins the Listed Ramornie Handicap

    Prominent Sydney trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have added another Ramornie Handicap at Grafton, with Signore Fox bursting through between runners to win the Listed sprint. The father-and-son training partnership also won the Ramornie (1200m) with Calanda in 2017 while Peter Snowden prepared Pinwheel and Jerezana to successive wins in… Read More »

     
  • Intuition leads Kurt Goldman’s charge to Victoria

    Goulburn trainer Kurt Goldman will not worry about getting his horse Intuition back across the Victoria and NSW border until after the sprinter races at Caulfield. Racing NSW on Wednesday slapped a ban on horses travelling from Victoria to NSW amid the latest COVID-19 lockdown in Melbourne. With no ban… Read More »

     
  • Trumbull in form for the Winter Stakes

    Trainer Kim Waugh cannot fault Trumbull as she prepares the last-start Civic Stakes winner to chase another feature race victory at Rosehill this winter. Trumbull snapped a frustrating run when he began well under jockey Tommy Berry and then raced away in the straight to win the Listed Civic Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Acrobatic lives up to breeding at Doomben

    Promising two-year-old Acrobatic was the best bred horse at Doomben and he won like it. Acrobatic ($1.45) jumped to the lead and cruised home beating Boom Ranga ($8.50) by three lengths in the Colts and Geldings 2Y0 (1200m) on Wednesday. Bred at Queensland’s boutique Highgrove Stud, Acrobatic is by champion… Read More »

     
  • Ballarat meeting moved to The Valley

    An upcoming race meeting scheduled for Ballarat has been moved to a Melbourne course because of concerns over sections of the turf track. Racing Victoria, in consultation with the Ballarat Turf Club, have moved this Sunday’s meeting to The Valley after stewards inspected the Ballarat turf track and decided certain… Read More »

     
  • The Bostonian has plans to scale The Everest

    Multiple Group One winner The Bostonian is set to cross the Tasman once again this spring to try and add to his elite-level tally. The Tony Pike-trained gelding had another lucrative autumn in Australia this year, bagging his third Group One victory in the Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at Randwick in… Read More »

     
  • Racing to continue in Victoria despite lockdown

    Despite returning to stage three lockdowns in Melbourne, racing in Victoria will continue as it has done throughout the coronavirus pandemic. However racehorse owners will be banned from attending meetings at 11 racecourses located within Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire that have been placed in a six-week lockdown announced by… Read More »

     
  • Big Duke, Sixties Groove to run in Grafton Cup

    Last start McKell Cup winner Frankely Awesome has been scratched from the Grafton Cup but trainer Kris Lees is still poised to have a strong hand in the Listed race. Lees had three acceptors for Thursday’s 2350m Grafton Cup but Frankely Awesome, who had drawn the outside barrier, was scratched… Read More »

     
  • Weight concern for resuming Kisukano

    Trainer Michael Nolan believes only a big weight can stop top Queensland filly Kisukano from making a winning return to racing on the Sunshine Coast. Kisukano has been allocated 60.5kg in the Bruce McLachlan Classic 2YO (1000m) on Saturday. It will be her first run since beating star gelding Rothfire… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller seeks a sentimental Winx Guineas

    Champion trainer Chris Waller has recorded 47 stakes winners this season, but a victory by Starla in the Group Three Winx Guineas (1600m) would be his sentimental favourite. The Sunshine Coast Guineas was this year renamed for champion mare Winx, who scored the first of her record 33 consecutive wins… Read More »

     
  • Victorian horses banned from NSW

    Racing NSW has banned horses trained in Victoria from taking part in races in the northern state for an indefinite period. The ban comes as Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire faces a six-week lockdown due to the spike of COVID-19 cases in Victoria. Racing NSW chief steward Mark Van Gestel… Read More »

     
  • Damian Lane could win the Kentucky Derby

    This may be a long shot, or maybe not, but Australia’s Damian Lane could win the Gr 1 Kentucky Derby this year. Yep, I hear you laughing, but if the dominoes fall into place he could. This is how. Tomorrow he rides the $2.90 favourite CAFE PHAROAH (American Pharoah-Mary’s Follies)… Read More »

     
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  • VJA agree to template for a range of whip penalties

    The directors of the Victorian Jockeys’ Association have agreed to a template for a range of penalties over indiscretions of the whip. Debate has raged in Victoria in recent weeks over a string of penalties handed out to jockeys on overuse of the whip. Racing Victoria chief steward Robert Cram… Read More »

     
  • Ready For Prophet in good shape for Winter Stakes

    Ready To Prophet was well beaten in two Queensland starts but co-trainer Adrian Bott says the mare has returned to Sydney in good shape to continue her winter campaign in a stakes race at Rosehill. Four-year-old mare Ready To Prophet is scheduled to be one of two runners for the… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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