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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Bjorn Baker to keep winners coming

    As he celebrates a century of winners for the season, Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker returns to the scene of his greatest triumph with strong chances in three stakes races at the Gold Coast. A treble at Gosford on Thursday took Baker to 102 wins for the season, and two days… Read More »

     
  • Blake Spriggs has saddle will travel

    Much-travelled jockey Blake Spriggs will ride at his 14th track in the past month when he partners Sir John Hawkwood at the Gold Coast. The Newcastle-based Spriggs has formed a successful association with Waratah Thoroughbreds’ owner Paul Fudge who races Sir John Hawkwood, a contender in Saturday’s Group Two Hollindale… Read More »

     
  • Zero level breath test to ne considered

    Stewards will consider a zero tolerance to alcohol following the suspension of two jockeys at the Warrnambool three-day carnival. Three-time Melbourne Cup winner Damien Oliver and jumps jockey Paul Hamblin were suspended after failing a breath test to alcohol after arriving on course on Thursday. Oliver blew .038 on his… Read More »

     
  • Miss Cover Girl ready to hit the headlines

    A couple of gear changes and a good barrier could be the catalyst for Miss Cover Girl to record her first win for a year. The mare has drawn barrier two in Saturday’s Listed Silk Stocking Hcp (1200m) at the Gold Coast which will be her first start since her… Read More »

     
  • Oliver cops suspension on the chin

    Jockey Damien Ol`iver says he accepts full responsibility for a positive breath test which has cost him a one-month suspension. Oliver was stood down at Warrnambool on Wednesday when he recorded .038, above the .02 limit for jockeys but less than the .05 to drive a car. “They’re the rules… Read More »

     
  • Guineas winner Galileo Gold to miss Derby

    Genetic tests on 2000 Guineas winner Galileo Gold have convinced his trainer not to set the colt for the Epsom Derby. Hugo Palmer said the tests showed the 2000 Guineas winner had less than a one per cent chance of running a strong 2400 metres and Galileo Gold would instead… Read More »

     
  • Three-straight Warrnambool Cups for Weir

    The victory of Master Of Arts in the Warrnambool Cup has given Darren Weir his biggest haul at the three-day carnival. Weir opened with a quartet on Tuesday, had a double on Wednesday while Master Of Arts provided him with the second leg of a double on Thursday. The victory… Read More »

     
  • No Song No Supper superior in Grand Annual

    Memories of a previous win came flooding back for all the wrong reasons for Patrick Payne as No Song No Supper captured the Grand Annual Steeplechase at Warrnambool. Awakening Dream took out the 2012 edition of Australia’s longest and toughest race over 33 obstacles, only for Payne to notice the… Read More »

     
  • McEvoy looks for Lucky break at Flemington

    A heavy track forced Tony McEvoy to shelve Warrnambool Cup plans with Lucky Lucky Lucky with the trainer looking to a staying race at Flemington. Lucky Lucky Lucky was scratched from Thursday’s Listed Warrnambool Cup over 2350m and McEvoy is set to run him in Saturday’s 2800m handicap as long… Read More »

     
  • Million-dollar filly on black-type mission

    Co-trainer Paul Snowden insists the mission statement for blue blood filly Maraam is no more complicated than ensuring she retires from racing with a record that her pedigree deserves. And a win at Rosehill on Saturday is likely to accelerate stable plans to give Maraam that chance when she takes… Read More »

     
  • Oliver suspended for failed breath test

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has been suspended for almost a month after failing a breath test during Warrnambool’s famous Grand Annual meeting. Oliver’s Racing Victoria stewards’ ban will start immediately, ruling him out of riding at Morphettville on Saturday. He had five rides in Adelaide, including bookings in two Group… Read More »

     
  • Oliver banned after failing breath test

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has been suspended for almost one month after failing a breath test during the famous Grand Annual race meeting at Warrnambool. Oliver was stood down from riding on Thursday when he registered 0.038 on his initial Racing Victoria stewards’ breath test and 0.035 on a secondary… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver fails breath test at races

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has been stood down from riding at the famous Grand Annual meeting at Warrnambool for failing a Racing Victoria stewards breath test. Oliver registered 0.038 on his initial breath test and 0.035 on a secondary one with the legal limit set at 0.020. Jumps jockey Paul… Read More »

     
  • Champion jockey fails breathalyser test

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has failed a breathalyser test at today’s Warrnambool meeting. Oliver registered an initial breath test reading of 0.038, almost twice the limit permitted for jockeys to be fit to ride. He later registered 0.035 in a secondary test. Oliver has been stood down from riding for… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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