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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Harpo Marx scores maiden stakes win

    Bjorn Baker is the first to admit he didn’t think much of Harpo Marx when the former European first arrived at his stable, but he has been quick to change his opinion. The gelding took his record to three wins from six starts this campaign and passed his first stakes-grade test with… Read More »

  • In The Congo upstages classy rivals in San Domenico Stakes

    In The Congo fits the mould of a typical Tulloch Lodge galloper – he makes his own luck on-speed, he’s tough and he’s hard to get past. The three-year-old was all that and more at Kembla Grange on Saturday, leading throughout and pulling out all stops in the straight to… Read More »

  • Masked Crusader explosive in return at Caulfield

    All roads lead to The Everest Wayne Hawkes declared after the brilliant first-up win of Masked Crusader at Caulfield. Masked Crusader made a stunning return to claim the Group 3 The Heath 1100 at his first start since a successful autumn campaign that saw the Michael & Wayne & John Hawkes -trained sprinter win… Read More »

  • Bruckner lands the McNeil Stakes at Melbourne debut

    A decision to keep Bruckner to short-course racing and switch him to Melbourne has landed the expensive colt a stakes race victory at Caulfield. Having been based at the Sydney stable of Ciaron Maher and David Eustace for the first three runs of his career, the decision was made to swing him south… Read More »

  • Bright future predicted for Ming Dynasty Quality winner

    Chris Waller has declared Coastwatch a Doncaster Mile contender next autumn but jockey James Mcdonald expects the Ming Dynasty winner to make his presence felt on the big stage much sooner. The three-year-old showed his first-up second to Tiger Of Malay was no fluke with a resounding victory in Saturday’s Group 3 Ming… Read More »

  • Royalzel reigns in the Midway Handicap at Kembla Grange

    Luck can be crucial in racing and Royalzel got the best of it to kick off his preparation with a narrow win that not even jockey James Mcdonald thought he had scored. Taking on the older horses, Royalzel settled fourth and showed great determination to get the better of Either Oar before the… Read More »

  • Chris Waller pays tribute to Winx’s biggest fan

    Of all the races Chris Waller will win this season, few will give him more satisfaction than claiming the one dedicated to the late Nini Vascotto. Waller was moved to tears as he remembered the former Australian Turf Club employee and Winx’s No. 1 fan, who lost her long battle with… Read More »

  • Linda Meech returns a winner at Caulfield

    Jockey Linda Meech has made a winning return to metropolitan racing guiding South Australian raider He’s A Balter to victory at Caulfield. Saturday’s victory aboard He’s A Balter in the Volvo Cars Brighton Handicap (1100m) was Meech’s first ride at Caulfield since winning aboard Guizot in March 2020. In the 18 months since that victory, Meech has given birth… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan eyes feature success for The Move and Miami Fleiss

    Brian Seimsen’s Black Soil Bloodstock colours were to the fore at Doomben on Saturday, as trainer Tony Gollan showcased stakes credentials for two more of the group’s horses. Miami Fleiss was back in the winning groove, while The Move further punctured his previous reputation as a bookies’ pin-up with a… Read More »

  • Brett Prebble picks up Memsie Stakes ride on favourite

    A number of jockey changes have been enforced following the suspension of four jockeys for breaching COVID protocols. In-form jockey Brett Prebble has picked up the ride on Behemoth, the favourite for the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. Prebble was chosen to replace Jamie Kah following her suspension on Friday, along with Ben Melham and two other jockeys, for breaching Racing Victoria COVID protocols…. Read More »

  • Subterranean building towards Ming Dynasty Quality

    Subterranean is such a relaxed character around the stable that getting him fit can be hard work. As a result, his fresh record is only average but he has a tendency to improve quickly with a run under his belt. That is the scenario the horse finds himself in when he… Read More »

  • Tralee Rose begins path to Melbourne Cup at Caulfield

    Tralee Rose will start her campaign aimed at clinching a start in the Melbourne Cup when she lines-up in the Listed Heatherlie Stakes at Caulfield. Trainer Symon Wilde has picked at Saturday’s 1700m contest as a starting point, aware that it is well short of her best distance. But Wilde said it was a part of a plan… Read More »

  • Natalie Burke’s mare to go one better in Carnarvon feature

    If Jenabel reproduces her last win, trainer Natalie Burke is confident of success in the Peter Evans Memorial Handicap (1700m) at Carnarvon on Sunday. Jenabel toyed with her opposition three weeks ago and despite racing wide she proved too strong and had four lengths to spare on runner-up Marxian. After taking… Read More »

  • Midway Handicap an Obvious Step for David Payne mare

    David Payne has never doubted the ability of Obvious Step, but her racing manners have been a constant source of frustration. She showed enough to be tested in black-type grade as a three-year-old and wasn’t disgraced when beaten two lengths by subsequent Group 1 winner Forbidden Love in last year’s Reginald Allen… Read More »

  • Star jockeys to miss the Spring carnival for breaking COVID rules

    Jamie Kah, Ben Melham, Ethan Brown and Celine Gaudray have been suspended following a Racing Victoria stewardsñ€ℱ inquiry. A remorseful Jamie Kah says she has let down all Victorians after being suspended for three months by stewards for a COVID breach. Last season’s leading rider and first to top the 100-win mark in… Read More »

  • Leading Vic jockeys fined by police

    Leading Victorian jockeys jockeys Jamie Kah, Ethan Brown and Ben Melham and apprentice jockey Celine Gaudray have been fined $5452 (each) for breaking lockdown laws. “Police have issued penalty infringement notices to six people following a private gathering at a short term rental property in Mornington on Wednesday (25 August),”… Read More »

  • Artorius ready for return in McNeil Stakes

    Anthony and Sam Freedman realise you cannot be giving away big starts if you want to be successful at the highest level. While Artorius was victorious at Group 1 level as a two-year-old, the Freedman stable has worked on getting the son of Flying Artie to be cleaner at the start. They hope that will be… Read More »

  • Newcastle Cup a goal for Harpo Marx

    Bjorn Baker will use the Premier’s Cup as an important spring stepping stone for emerging stayer Harpo Marx, with the race set to provide the import with his most significant class test. The Darby Racing gelding struck form during the winter, posting victories over 2000m at Randwick in July and 2400m… Read More »

  • Tofane chasing first Melbourne G1 in Memsie Stakes

    Trainer Mike Moroney is entering unchartered waters with multiple Group 1 winning mare Tofane ahead of her return run at Caulfield. Tofane is chasing a fourth Group 1 win when she lines up in the Memsie Stakes (1400m) on Saturday. The mare’s previous three Group 1 wins have all been over Saturday’s trip, but… Read More »

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