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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Banks’ Rosehill victory soured by ban

    Banks’ Rosehill victory soured by ban

    A rare city winner for Andrew Banks has been soured by a six-meeting careless riding suspension. Banks won aboard Mandalong Kiss in a 2000m benchmark race at Rosehill on Saturday, but was handed a ban for causing interference when crossing from the widest barrier after the start. The horse’s 94-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Golden Rose looms large for Leotie

    Golden Rose looms large for Leotie

    Leotie has booked a trip to Sydney for the Golden Rose following a soft win at Caulfield. However a start in the Group One race at Rosehill on September 10 will depend on the condition of the track. An easing $2.30 favourite for the Wedrive.com.au Plate, Leotie, ridden by Chris… Read More »

     
  • Ringo’s A Rockstar wins for Stephens, Gray

    Ringo’s A Rockstar wins for Stephens, Gray

    Veteran trainer Norm Stephens’ loyalty to journeyman jockey Matt Gray paid off when they combined to win with Ringo’s A Rockstar at Doomben. Ringo’s A Rockstar ($5) lived up to an easy win at the Sunshine Coast when he beat Mymancharles ($7) by a length with 1-3/4 lengths to I… Read More »

     
  • Victoria Police investigating abusive phone call

    Victoria Police investigating abusive phone call

    Victoria Police are investigating a jockeys role in an abusive phone call to Racing Victoria’s chief stipe Terry Bailey. Allegations have it that a jockey used a private number to make the abusive phone callĀ in the company of three licensed Victorian trainers. Racing Victoria would not comment on the calls… Read More »

     
  • Off course bookmakers to set prices

    Off course bookmakers to set prices

    Racing Victoria (RV) has announced a new method for the collection and dissemination of the Victorian Official Price (VOP), which will be implemented in Victoria from this Thursday, 1 September 2016. The VOP incorporates the official price fluctuations for thoroughbred races in Victoria and will be assessed from a spread… Read More »

     
  • Ryan Moore returns a winner

    Ryan Moore has made a winning return from injury at Newmarket on Spatial, his only ride on the program. Moore had been out of action since July 31 with a non-specified injury believed to be related to a hip. “It’s just nice building back into it and while it’s disappointing… Read More »

     
  • Two scratchings from Memsie Stakes

    The field for the first Group One race of the season has been reduced to 12 with Lord Of The Sky and Tavago scratched from the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. The expected race leader, Lord Of The Sky, has been withdrawn from Saturday’s race with a leg problem while Australian… Read More »

     
  • Key Memsie Stakes 2016 hopes scratched from Field

    Key Memsie Stakes 2016 hopes scratched from Field

    Two key Memsie Stakes runners have been scratched from today’s G1 with ATC Derby winner Tavago coming out as well as has Bletchingly Stakes winner Lord Of The Sky. Tavago unfortunately lost a tooth which has put the horse in some discomfort opting training team Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young… Read More »

     
  • Michael Walker unfit to ride at Caulfield

    Michael Walker unfit to ride at Caulfield

    After suffering a fall at Geelong yesterday Michael Walker was still confident he could ride on Memsie Stakes 2016 day at Caulfield although he is not fit to do so. Walker suffered 3 prolapsed discs in his back in the fall. Dmanien Oliver will now ride Walker’s mount Sofia Rosa… Read More »

     
  • Walker confident he can ride at Caulfield

    Walker confident he can ride at Caulfield

    Michael Walker will have acupuncture and anti-inflammatories in a bid to ride Sofia Rosa in the Group One Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. Walker complained of back pain after he came off a horse after the winning post at Geelong on the eve of Saturday’s feature race in which he rides… Read More »

     
  • Tally and Dee to combine in Memsie Stakes

    Tally and Dee to combine in Memsie Stakes

    Apprentice Michael Dee is excited about the opportunity to ride for racing powerhouse Godolphin in the first Group One race of the Australian season. He even gave up a near-full book of rides at Moonee Valley last weekend to be free to ride Tally when he resumes in Saturday’s Group… Read More »

     
  • Larry Cassidy returns to ride in town

    Larry Cassidy returns to ride in town

    Jockey Larry Cassidy continues his comeback from injury with a return to metropolitan racing at Doomben. The multiple Group One winning jockey was sidelined for more than a year with career-threatening knee problems which needed surgery. He made a low-key return at the Gold Coast on August 13 when third… Read More »

     
  • Maurus to step out for new stable

    Maurus to step out for new stable

    Ipswich Cup winner Maurus has only been in trainer Robert Smerdon’s care for a short time, but he has made an immediate impression. The six-year-old gelding, formerly trained by David Vandyke, makes his debut for the Smerdon stable in Saturday’s Catanach’s Jewellers Handicap over an unsuitable 1400m at Caulfield. It… Read More »

     
  • Ratcliff aims for repeat Highway party

    Barry Ratcliff made sure he fully enjoyed Beside You’s first city win and he is hitting the road again to try to repeat the feat. The Kempsey trainer said the best of his eight horses made a better recovery than he did after a night of post-race revelry in Sydney… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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