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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Aurie’s Star Handicap test for Regardsmaree first-up

    Nick Ryan has Group 1 aspirations for Regardsmaree who is set to resume in the Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington. Flemington trainer Nick Ryan has enjoyed a good run of success since relocating from Caulfield and is eagerly awaiting the upcoming Spring Carnival. While horses like Dice Roll, Mahamedeis, Express Pass… Read More »

  • Grand National hope to bypass Crisp Steeplechase at Sandown

    Warrnambool trainer Simon Ryan will give Police Camp every opportunity of winning the Grand National Steeplechase by forgoing a feature jumps race at Sandown. A maiden on the flat, Police Camp has won four jumps races, including the feature Thackaray Steeplechase on his home track in 2019, a race he finished second… Read More »

  • Adayar scores superb win in the King George VI

    It had been 20 years since the very recently deceased super-stallion Galileo completed the Derby/King George double so it was fitting, with the memory of his passing still fresh, that his grandson Adayar became the first horse since then to achieve the same feat. Adayar’s Derby was run on good… Read More »

  • Spring stars preparing to ramp up their campaigns

    With the spring carnival on the doorstep, Randwick will host a star-studded barrier trial session on Tuesday. Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside will be one of several headline horses stepping out in barrier trials at Randwick this week as the spring carnival countdown begins in earnest. Outstanding mare Verry Elleegant,… Read More »

  • Sansom pounces late to claim Bletchingly Stakes

    Phillip Stokes is hopeful the new work regime he has placed Sansom under can see the sprinter extend further in trip following a first-up win at Caulfield. A more relaxed Sansom showed the benefits of Stokes’ new uphill 1100m track at his farm near Pakenham racecourse in taking out the Group 3 Bletchingly Stakes… Read More »

  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – July 24th Edition

    A genuine horse returned with a Stakes win, Chris Waller got a wayward galloper back in the winners list and an apprentice rode four of the best. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Relaxed Sansom Wins Bletchingly Sansom,… Read More »

  • Apprentice stars at Rosehill with four winners

    Young apprentice Brock Ryan has had an afternoon to remember at Rosehill, landing his first metropolitan treble then bettering it with a four-timer. It was an especially sweet moment for the junior rider who has endured a rotten run of bad luck, missing some key autumn engagements on Percy Sykes Stakes… Read More »

  • Order Again serves it up to Winter Challenge rivals

    Order Again has been rewarded for his consistency with an overdue victory in the Listed Winter Challenge, continuing Chris Waller’s domination of the feature race. Waller has now captured six of the past nine runnings and he was rapt to see Order Again finally have some luck this campaign. “He’s… Read More »

  • Cru Classe prevails at Caulfield

    Jockey Dean Yendall says winning aboard Cru Classe in a distance race at Caulfield was one of the ugliest staying races he has been involves in. Cru Classe prevailed in the Ciaron Maher Racing Premiership Handicap on Saturday in a tooth and nail fight up the Caulfield straight. Under Yendall’s urgings, Cru Classe ($7) scored… Read More »

  • River Views causes upset in the VOBIS Gold Ingot

    River Views has surprised the punters and his trainers taking out the third event at Caulfield on Saturday. The Written Tycoon gelding was sent out a $41 chance over the 1400m event before letting loose with an impressive turn of foot down the centre of the track to round up his… Read More »

  • Plaquette and Damien Oliver strike again at Caulfield

    A rails hugging ride by Damien Oliver aboard Godolphin mare Plaquette has continued the mares’ good form at Caulfield. Plaquette has now registered two wins and a second from four runs at the track after taking out the VRC Member Garry Franklin Handicap (1100m) on Saturday. Oliver elected to ride Plaquette quietly… Read More »

  • King Magnus registers second consecutive win at Caulfield

    King Magnus won’t be rushed into anything too grand at this stage of his career after landing a second successive win at Caulfield. The Robbie Griffiths and Mathew de Kock-trained galloper followed up his victory on July 10 by taking out the MRC Member Alan Yates Handicap (1400m) on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Chat all the talk after July Sprint win

    The John Thompson-trained Chat has arrived in the nick of time to win the July Sprint. A patient approach is starting to reap rewards with improving sprinter Chat after he further enhanced his first-up record to take out the July Sprint at Rosehill. Having his first start since finishing fifth… Read More »

  • Boom apprentice on the board at Doomben

    After a false start last week, boom apprentice Kyle Wilson-Taylor notched his breakthrough Saturday city success at Doomben on Saturday aboard the Michael Nolan-trained Hinged. Wilson-Taylor has risen through the ranks in Toowoomba under the tutelage of Lindsay Hatch, who also mentored Baylee Nothdurft before he switched to Tony Gollan… Read More »

  • Tulloch Lodge youngster makes an immediate Impact

    Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have Group One ambitions for rising three-year-old Silent Impact, who signalled his spring carnival intentions with a resounding Rosehill victory. By first season sire Maurice out of 2004 VRC Oaks winner Hollow Bullet, Silent Impact ($7) scored on debut at Goulburn before comfortably handling the class… Read More »

  • Kyle Wilson-Taylor rides first metro winner at Doomben

    Boom apprentice Kyle Wilson-Taylor ticked another significant box in his career when he rode his first Saturday Metropolitan winner at Doomben today. The young hoop partnered the very smart Hinged to victory in the opening race on the card to a clear-cut victory to take the Michael Nolan trained runner’s… Read More »

  • Rule The World a family affair for the Bowmans

    There will be an added incentive for Hugh Bowman to win aboard Rule The World at Rosehill with both his father Jim and manager Bryan Haskins in the ownership of the horse. The former Tulloch Lodge galloper is prepared by Mudgee-based horseman Mack Griffith , who also works for Rule The World’s former… Read More »

  • Trumbull is ready to rumble at Rosehill

    A series of minor setbacks have restricted Trumbull to just one start in the past eight months and trainer Kim Waugh is looking forward to kicking off his latest preparation with a clean slate. Trumbull was spelled after suffering a foot abscess following his unplaced effort in The Hunter in November,… Read More »

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