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  • Jameka entered for National Broodmare sale

    Triple Group One winner Jameka will be offered for auction at the National Broodmare Sale. The five-year-old hasn’t raced since her brilliant win in the 2017 Tancred Stakes (2400m) at Rosehill after which she contracted travel sickness. Jameka, who also won the 2016 VRC Oaks and 2016 Caulfield Cup, has… Read More »

  • Bassett out to turn form around in Wangoom Handicap

    Trainer Mick Price thinks conditions might be just about right for Bassett to regain winning form at Warrnambool. The five-year-old runs in Wednesday’s Listed Wangoom Handicap (1200m), the feature sprint of the three-day Warrnambool May carnival. Bassett is no stranger to success in Listed grade and Price believes the gelding… Read More »

  • Sweet Victory return for Mark Newnham

    Mark Newnham is looking forward to getting a more definitive gauge on promising filly Sweet Victory when she resumes on ground tailor-made for her at Canterbury. The trainer was encouraged by the three-year-old’s first campaign during spring when she made steady progress through the grades until a firm track in… Read More »

  • Two shots at Galleywood for Lindsay Park

    Lindsay Park has always had a jumper or two in its care dating back to the days patriarch Colin Hayes established the leading stable. David Hayes, who now trains in partnership with his son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig, has carried on the tradition winning a number of feature races… Read More »

  • Redzel in pleasing trial ahead of 10,000

    Paul Snowden has seen it all before and says Redzel is tracking perfectly for his defence of the Group One Doomben 10,000. The dual Group One winner was beaten by English in a barrier at Randwick on Tuesday when regular rider Kerrin McEvoy kept Redzel under a relatively tight rein…. Read More »

  • Group One stars head Doomben 10,000 nominations

    Group One-winning stars Redzel, Impending, English and In Her Time head a near record 34 nominations for the . Entries for the Group One races during the Brisbane winter carnival closed on Tuesday morning with large numbers in all. The Doomben 10,000 nominations are the largest since the race switched… Read More »

  • Liam Birchley denies race day treatments

    Queensland trainer Liam Birchley denies being involved in giving horses race day treatments. Racing Victoria stewards allege horses were given “top-ups” of bicarbonate over seven years, charging five trainers and three stablehands connected to management company Aquanita Racing at Caulfield. Birchley said he had never administered a medication, alkalinising agent… Read More »

  • Redzel in pleasing trial ahead of Doomben 10,000

    English has been given a strong hit-out to win a barrier trial from Redzel and Spieth at Randwick with all three headed to the Doomben 10,000. James Macdonald brought English from back in the field in Tuesday’s 1050m-heat on a heavy track and she overhauled Redzel who was not pushed… Read More »

  • The players in the Aquanita racing case

    HIGH-PROFILE AQUANITA RACING INQUIRY GETS UNDERWAY WHAT IS THE CASE? It has been called Australia’s largest racing inquiry, given the number of charges and people involved. Racing Victoria stewards say most of the charges relate to the widespread and long-standing practice of alleged covert administration of bicarbonate to horses on… Read More »

  • Pecans to be aimed at Group One riches

    Impressed by Pecans’ second Group Three win, trainer Joe Pride will now set the bar to the highest level with the mare to be aimed at the Stradbroke Handicap. Bought by syndication company Tricolours Racing from Godolphin, Pecans won the Belle Of The Turf Stakes (1200m) at Gosford in December… Read More »

  • Sunday Escape right for Flemington return

    There won’t be a $55,000 bonus cheque for country trainer Andrew Murray if Sunday Escape happens to win at Flemington. Not that the Sale horseman will mind. Sunday Escape runs over 1000m at Flemington on Saturday after winning the final race of the 55-second challenge at Moonee Valley at his… Read More »

  • Destiny’s Kiss to back up at Rosehill

    Destiny’s Kiss has never shirked his workload and will continue his preparation towards the Queensland winter carnival on a quick turnaround when he runs at Rosehill. Trainer Joe Pride has no qualms backing the Nick Moraitis-owned nine-year-old up in Saturday’s Listed Lord Mayor’s Cup (2000m), seven days after the Hawkesbury… Read More »

  • Gold Medals in perfect shape for Brierly Steeplechase

    Trainer Symon Wilde is confident the stars have aligned for Gold Medals ahead of the Brierly Steeplechase at Warrnambool. Two good flat runs, some impressive jumps trials and fine weather has the local horseman expecting a good performance in Tuesday’s feature on the opening day of the three-day carnival. Punters… Read More »

  • BRC applies for heritage exemption

    Brisbane Racing Club chairman Neville Bell has emphasised the club has applied only to lift heritage listing on a small section of Eagle Farm racecourse. The BRC has applied to delist sections of the racecourse land from the Queensland Heritage Register to make it possible for the future works on… Read More »

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