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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Epsom Handicap winner to miss spring

    Epsom Handicap winner Hauraki will not defend the race and instead be rested until the autumn. Hauraki has been a mainstay of Godolphin’s Australian team for three seasons, racking up five Group One placings before his Epsom win last year. “Hauraki has been an outstanding performer for Team Godolphin over… Read More »

     
  • Silent Sedition spring path undecided

    A cut to a foot has delayed Silent Sedition’s preparation but trainer Andrew Noblet is still hopeful the mare’s spring program can include the Group One Myer Classic. Silent Sedition gave Noblet his first Group One win in the William Reid Stakes at Moonee Valley during the autumn. The mare… Read More »

     
  • Sydney stakes ambitions for Tumbler

    Brisbane trainer Barry Lockwood admits he has everything crossed as Tumbler takes her next step towards a trip south for the spring. Tumbler is generally regarded as the potentially the best mare in Queensland having won seven of her nine starts in a career dogged by injury. She failed in… Read More »

     
  • Steve Pateman to miss Grand National

    Leading jumps jockey Steve Pateman has come up short in his bid to be fit for Grand National Hurdle day at Sandown. Pateman was hoping to be back for Sunday’s meeting which also features the Crisp Steeplechase and the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes abandoned on Saturday at Caulfield because of… Read More »

     
  • Wagering rises in Queensland

    The importance of Eagle Farm as a racing venue has again been highlighted with better than expected Queensland wagering figures for the past season. Racing Queensland has announced a 9.8 per cent overall increase in wagering on all three codes with thoroughbreds leading the way with a 12.8 per cent… Read More »

     
  • Enable dominates The King George VI

    John Gosden’s star three year old filly Enable won Ascot’s mid-summer showpiece, the Group One King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes, in fine style today. Racing prominently throughout, she took up the running just over two furlongs out and from that point the result never looked in doubt and… Read More »

     
  • Queensland trainers warned about sedative

    Queensland trainers have been warned to be vigilant regarding the withholding period of a sedative used on horses during surgery after a spate of positive swabs. In the past two weeks stewards have fined four trainers after the prohibited substance 4-Hydroxy xylazine was detected in urine samples taken from their… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield races rescheduled

    Melbourne’s metropolitan racing season has come to a premature end after the final five races were called off at Caulfield due to strong winds. The feature race on Saturday’s season-ending city program, the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes, will be held at Sandown on Sunday week. The other races will be… Read More »

     
  • Philosophy bolts away in season-ender

    Corey Brown says he has never felt a horse accelerate like Philosophy did to take out the final race of the Sydney season. The Melbourne Cup and two-time Sydney Cup winner says he got the Godolphin-owned second favourite to the front too soon on Saturday but she “just exploded” 500m… Read More »

     
  • Bowman suspended for careless riding

    Hugh Bowman has ended the season with the Sydney jockeys’ premiership and a seven-meeting suspension for careless riding at Rosehill. Bowman was outed after pleading guilty to a charge over an incident in the penultimate race on Saturday that also resulted in his mount Wild’n’Famous being relegated to second following… Read More »

     
  • Listed win for Cummings and Godolphin

    James Cummings has ended the season on a high in his new role as Godolphin’s head trainer in Australia, with Bandipur taking out the Lightning Stakes in Adelaide. Cummings, who began his job earlier in July, watched the Morphettville race from Rosehill and credited his Melbourne team with the decision… Read More »

     
  • Bowman denied final victory after protest

    Sydney jockeys’ premiership winner Hugh Bowman has been denied a final victory in his last ride of the season after stewards upheld a protest by leading apprentice Andrew Adkins at Rosehill. Adkins successfully argued his mount Most Exalted was impeded by Bowman and Wild’n’Famous with 200m left to run in… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin wins season’s last stakes race

    James Cummings has ended the season on a high in his new role as Godolphin’s head trainer in Australia, with Bandipur taking out the Lightning Stakes in Adelaide. Cummings, who began his job earlier in July, watched the Morphettville race from Rosehill and credited his Melbourne team with the decision… Read More »

     
  • Williams lands a sixth premiership title

    A delighted Craig Williams is ready to relax after wrapping up a sixth Melbourne jockeys’ premiership at Caulfield. A win on Shamport in one of the four races on Saturday’s program, which was shortened due to strong winds, gave Williams a 77-73 victory over apprentice Beau Mertens. “It’s been a… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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