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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Qld trainers keen to travel south

    As the winter carnival draws to a close, several Queensland trainers are planning to continue the momentum with across-the-border raids. Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan was happy with the fifth of veteran Brave Ali in Saturday’s Tattersall’s Cup (2200m) and will press on with plans to tackle the Grafton Cup… Read More »

     
  • Jockey suspended and fined for mobile phone use

    Jockey Kathy O’Hara has been suspended for two weeks and fined $1,000 by Racing NSW stewards for using her phone in the jockeys room in two consecutive race meetings this month. Is this a fair punishment? Leave a comment below. Read more: Kathy O’Hara suspended over phone use Kathy O’Hara suspended… Read More »

     
  • Tas Derby winner to make Melbourne debut

    Tasmanian Derby winner Jerilderie Letter will be tested in Melbourne in a two-run winter campaign which will define his four-year-old season. Jerilderie Letter’s Tasmanian Derby win in February has taken on greater significance in recent months given he defeated the Darren Weir-trained Howard Be Thy Name. Howard Be Thy Name… Read More »

     
  • Vergara looking to bow out a winner

    Vergara’s first start for Gerald Ryan will also be her last and the trainer is keen to send her out a winner. After Vergara runs in Saturday’s Listed Civic Stakes (1350m) at Rosehill she will head across the Tasman to get ready for the breeding barn where she has a… Read More »

     
  • Saluter among Glasshouse entries

    Saluter is among 20 entries for the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine Coast, to be run a week after his narrow defeat in the Healy Stakes at Eagle Farm. The Robert Heathcote-trained six-year-old was beaten a half head by Into The Red in Saturday’s Group Three W J Healy… Read More »

     
  • The big winners in Australian racing

    WHO WERE THE BIG WINNERS IN TERMS OF AUSTRALIAN GROUP I RACING IN 2015/16 THE BLUE RIBANDS Melbourne Cup: Prince Of Penzance, Darren Weir, Michelle Payne. Cox Plate: Winx, Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman. Caulfield Cup: Mongolian Khan, Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman, Opie Bosson. Golden Slipper: Capitalist, Peter and Paul… Read More »

     
  • Winx stands tall among elite winners

    Group One racing has ended for the Australian season with Miss Cover Girl’s win at Eagle Farm. The Kelly Schweida-trained mare won the Tattersall’s Tiara in Brisbane on Saturday to add her name to the list of the elite for 2015/16. Heading that list is Winx, unbeaten in seven starts… Read More »

     
  • 2016 Melbourne Cup hope unplaced in Japan

    Marialite has earned a Caulfield Cup berth with her upset win in the Takarazuka Kinen in which Tommy Berry’s potential Melbourne Cup mount Current Mirotic was unplaced. Marialite made a late run and held off favourite Duramente by a neck in Sunday’s Group One race over 2200 metres. Duramente slipped… Read More »

     
  • Alpine Eagle to be aimed at Caulfield Cup

    The Caulfield Cup is the target for Alpine Eagle with the rising five-year-old back in work after a short winter break. Alpine Eagle made an autumn cameo in the R A Lee Stakes in Adelaide on May 21 after an injury absence but could only manage fifth as favourite. Trainer… Read More »

     
  • Group One winners 2015/16

    THE WINNERS OF ALL AUSTRALIAN GROUP ONES THROUGHOUT THE 2015/16 SEASON Memsie Stakes: Boban Trainer: Chris Waller. Jockey: Glyn Schofield. Makybe Diva Stakes: Fawkner. Robert Hickmott. Damien Oliver. Golden Rose: Exosphere. John O’Shea. James McDonald. George Main Stakes: Kermadec. Chris Waller. Glyn Schofield. Underwood Stakes: Mourinho. Peter Gelagotis. Vlad Duric…. Read More »

     
  • Mr Individual heading to Sunshine Coast

    Troy Corstens has no questions about Mr Individual’s ability and is hoping the colt can show it off at his second Queensland start in the Sunshine Coast Guineas. Mr Individual will be chasing a first stakes win in Saturday’s 1600m-Group Three race at Caloundra after a forgettable introduction to Queensland… Read More »

     
  • Ambitious spring plan for Gust Of Wind

    The last horse to beat Winx will try to carve out her own piece of history as the first pregnant mare to win the Melbourne Cup. Gust Of Wind, the 2015 Australian Oaks winner, has had a luckless time since, while runner-up Winx has gone on to win every race… Read More »

     
  • Silent Sedition to have longer in paddock

    Australasian Oaks runner-up Silent Sedition is having a longer break than planned because of a muscle problem but trainer Andrew Noblet hopes it won’t impact spring plans. Noblet said the filly was found to have a muscle strain across her back a couple of weeks ago and would need to… Read More »

     
  • Suavito building up for new season return

    Suavito already has the C F Orr Stakes and Futurity Stakes on her resume and will be given the chance to add another of Caulfield’s weight-for-age sprints early in the new season. The rising six-year-old is back in work with trainer Nigel Blackiston in the early stages of her build-up… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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