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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Melbourne Cup runner wins at Newcastle in the UK

    Group Two-winning stayer Raymond Tusk has made a successful return to English racing after an unplaced run in the Melbourne Cup. The Richard Hannon-trained horse won the All-Weather Championships Qualifier over 3300 metres at Newcastle on Saturday (Sunday AEDT). Raymond Tusk started the 11-4 favourite and was pushed to the… Read More »

  • Eagle Farm shows its worth in big wet

    Racing Queensland’s senior track specialist Mick Goodie believes the new-look racing surface at Eagle Farm has already proved its worth with even better to come. Eagle Farm and Doomben were hammered by two storms this week and after the second, the final four races at Doomben on Friday were abandoned…. Read More »

  • Altior likely to miss King George Chase

    Trainer Nicky Henderson says star chaser Altior is extremely unlikely to run in the King George at Kempton after failing to fully convince connections during his latest work-out. Earlier this year, Henderson earmarked the Boxing Day showpiece as the main objective for the dual Queen Mother Champion Chase winner. But… Read More »

  • Magic Millions Guineas an option for King Of Hastings

    Next month’s $2 million Magic Millions 3YO Guineas will be considered for King Of Hastings after he returned to winning form at Flemington. The Anthony Freedman-trained gelding’s spring was cut short in late September to target summer races but the three-year-old returned from a let-up with an unplaced run in… Read More »

  • Robbie Griffiths makes a triumphant return to the racetrack

    Four months after undergoing brain surgery for an aneurysm, popular trainer Robbie Griffiths has made a triumphant return to the racetrack at Flemington and cheered home a winner. Griffiths was attending his first race meeting since the August operation on Saturday, having been given the all-clear earlier in the week… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – December 14th Edition

    A Doncaster berth was on the line at Randwick, The Brisbane Summer Carnival continued at Eagle Farm while a former top juvenile bounced back to winning form at Morphettville. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Quackerjack Wins Villiers… Read More »

  • Doncaster Mile the target for Something Fast

    Anthony Cummings resisted the temptation to run Something Fast in the Villiers Stakes but he has ambitious plans for the autumn including the Group One Doncaster Mile. Cummings decided against deep-ending Something Fast in Saturday’s Group Two race, won by Quackerjack, after the five-year-old “had a big blow” following a… Read More »

  • Deep Image impressive ahead of Magic Millions Cup

    Trainer Robert Heathcote was the least worried when his gelding Deep Image drew wide in the Listed Lough Neagh at Eagle Farm and it proved to be for a good reason. Deep Image drew barrier two at his previous start when he led but was run down to finish third… Read More »

  • Wings Of Pastrami continues winning run

    Talented filly Wings Of Pastrami has continued a rise through the grades to give Bordertown trainer Jeff Searle the thrill of his first Flemington winner. Wings Of Pastrami ($6) was making her first Melbourne appearance in Saturday’s December Twilight Handicap (1400m) for three-year-olds and made it four wins from five… Read More »

  • Michael Rodd caps off big day with The Gateway

    International jockey Michael Rodd completed a happy homecoming with a runaway win on Group One Stradbroke Handicap-bound Vega One who ran a track record at Eagle Farm. Rodd did his apprenticeship in Queensland and rode in Victoria before heading to Singapore five years ago. He finished his first day back… Read More »

  • Quackerjack wins the G2 Villiers Stakes

    In-form jockey Rachel King has ticked another box on her bucket list with a polished front-running ride aboard Quackerjack to land a thrilling win in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick. In a head-bobbing finish, the Mark Newnham-trained Quackerjack ($3.80 fav) fought back right on the line to get the verdict… Read More »

  • The Real Beel wins Group Two at Te Rapa

    New Zealand mare The Real Beel has had a triumphant homecoming after a disappointing Australian campaign, winning the Group Two Isuzu Stakes at Te Rapa. The pint-sized four-year-old had four unplaced runs in Melbourne during September and October for trainer David Brideoake before owner, Waikato Stud boss Garry Chittick, took… Read More »

  • Living The Dream makes it back-to-back city wins

    Trainer Mitch Freedman and jockey Ben Melham both believe the addition of blinkers have made a difference for Living The Dream who has made it back-to-back city wins. Living The Dream ($4) wound up after getting a split late in Saturday’s Christmas Giving Tree Plate (1720m) at Flemington under jockey… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood cements Magic Millions Guineas favouritism

    Group One performer Alligator Blood raced up to predictions he had returned from a break an even better horse with a runaway win in the Listed Gold Edition Plate at Eagle Farm. Alligator Blood’s only defeat was at his previous start when he finished second in the Group One Caulfield… Read More »

  • Signore Fox flies late to win Razor Sharp Handicap

    A frustrating campaign finally took a turn for the better when Signore Fox overcame a muddling tempo to score an unlikely win in the Listed Razor Sharp Handicap at Randwick. Oriental Runner ($51) appeared poised for a boilover when he kicked clear after enjoying a soft lead, while Tommy Berry… Read More »

  • The Candy Man breaks Eagle Farm track record

    Injured trainer Barry Baldwin felt like throwing his crutches away and doing a victory jig after his horse The Candy Man ran a course record in winning the Hamilton Hotel Handicap at Eagle Farm. Baldwin broke his ankle in a work accident last month and will be on crutches for… Read More »

  • Conceited races into Magic Millions Classic contention

    Godolphin colt Conceited has pressed his claims for a Magic Millions Classic tilt after making a winning debut at Flemington. The James Cummings-trained colt started $3.60 favourite and was forced to dig in for a fight in Saturday’s #LovetheHorse (1100m) for two-year-olds, responding to a challenge from Jabali Ridge ($5.50)… Read More »

  • Superium books a ticket to the Magic Millions Guineas

    A small but noticeable change has delivered the right result for trainer Joe Pride as Superium earned his ticket to the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas with a Randwick win. Market 💰: View the odds for the Magic Millions Guineas Frustrated with his stable’s run of luck, Pride decided to channel… Read More »

  • Wild Ruler shows his ability in the Inglis Nursery

    The powerful Peter and Paul Snowden stable has strengthened its Golden Slipper stocks with two colts winning their debuts at different venues in the same colours Bartley was an impressive 3-1/4 length winner at Kembla Grange on Saturday while Wild Ruler displayed his talent with a one length win in… Read More »

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