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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Ashford Street chasing hat-trick at city debut

    Warrnambool trainer Simon Ryan is trying to pinch some late Super VOBIS city money when Ashford Street runs at Caulfield. Ashford Street runs in the Neds Filter Form Handicap (1200m) on Saturday and it will be the three-year-old’s third run in under two weeks. The son of Moshe was successful at Murtoa on July… Read More »

  • Talented Miss Albania set for return run at Caulfield

    If weights and measures can be relied upon, then Miss Albania should be returning a winner at Caulfield. The Enver Jusufovic-trained daughter of Magnus runs in the MRC Member Garry Franklin Handicap (1100m) on Saturday where she meets La Mexicana who had Miss Albania’s measure the last time they met at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Rain to decide Streets Of Avalon’s fate in Bletchingly Stakes

    The amount of rain that falls at Caulfield will determine whether Streets Of Avalon takes his place in the Group 3 Bletchingly Stakes. The track on Friday was rated a Soft 7 by Caulfield track manager Jason Kerr with the prospect of the track improving to a Soft 6 for Saturday’s 1200m weight-for-age… Read More »

  • King Of Sparta can prove he’s a cut above rivals

    A gelding procedure appears to be doing the trick for talented juvenile King Of Sparta, who can put his hand up as a spring carnival candidate with another good performance at Rosehill. The son of I Am Invincible ran well in some quality races during the autumn, including a fourth… Read More »

  • Phillip Stokes in late Premiership bid

    Phillip Stokes has not given up hope of winning another South Australian Trainers’ Premiership, but admits the task confronting him is tough. With two meetings remaining in town for the season, Stokes trails the leader Michael Hickmott by four winners, but on a brighter note he trails the Tony and Calvin McEvoy… Read More »

  • Champion two-year-old Pinatubo no longer headed to Australia

    On vets’ advice, Champion two-year-old Pinatubo will not travel for the upcoming breeding season due to a viral eye infection which hasn’t cleared prior to his expected departure. “It’s extremely disappointing for our clients and the team at Darley, however we must first and foremost consider what is best for… Read More »

  • No International horses booked for Spring Carnival

    The participation of international horses in this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival remains pretty much in limbo at this stage, but the early signs are not good for those who like a good portion of overseas involvement in their Melbourne Carnival recipe. Yes, it is still a little over three months… Read More »

  • Simon Miller hunting for record-equaling Bolton Sprint

    Ascot trainer Simon Miller has identified race tempo as being pivotal to the winning chances of Amasenus in the Bolton Sprint (1200m) at Belmont Park on Saturday. Amasenus settled back and ran third to Nerodio in last Saturday week’s Beaufine Stakes (1000m), a race that was set up early by noted… Read More »

  • Cisco Bay gearing up for latest Winter Challenge

    A back-to-basics approach is paying dividends with Cisco Bay, whose recent vein of form has earned him a shot at black-type grade. The horse had been through three stables before he was transferred to Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou at the start of the season and took several runs to hit… Read More »

  • Stakes winner set for Rosehill return

    It has been anything but smooth sailing for Barbaric since he won the Black Opal Stakes last year but trainers Peter and Paul Snowden are confident the colt is back on the right path. The three-year-old has raced just once since his Group Three triumph in Canberra, finishing last behind Eleven Eleven… Read More »

  • Racing Victoria open to ‘race-free week’ adjustments next year

    After being criticised publicly by a number trainers and after holding in-house meetings with the Trainers’ Association chiefs, Racing Victoria has now come out and confirmed that they would reconsider its options moving into next season in order to try and make the implementation of next year’s ‘race-free week’ more… Read More »

  • And Beyond bids to keep winning streak going at Caulfield

    Tasmanian galloper And Beyond will be chasing his seventh win on end when he runs at Caulfield. The one regret co-trainer Tanya Hanson has with And Beyond is being unable to get to Caulfield to watch the gelding attempt to keep his unbeaten record intact. And Beyond will be chasing his seventh consecutive… Read More »

  • In form apprentice has big shoes to fill at Caulfield

    It is not often that Jamie Kah and her manager Lachie Weekley have got things wrong in Melbourne during the 2020-21 season. But the R Griffiths & M De Kock stable will be hoping they have pulled the wrong rein by ditching Token Spirit in the Ciaron Maher Racing Premiership (2412m) at Caulfield… Read More »

  • The Astrologist going for three straight in Bletchingly Stakes

    Two campaigns in the warmth of Queensland have worked wonders for The Astrologist who will be after a third straight win at Caulfield. The Astrologist scored successive wins at Flemington and has to transfer that form to Group 3 level in the Bletchingly Stakes (1200m). Troy Corstens, who trains the sprinter with his father… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman looking for new-season challenges

    By his own admission, this season has been a roller-coaster ride for star jockey Hugh Bowman but he is using it as the impetus to set himself some fresh challenges. Bowman spent more time sidelined than in the saddle during the start of the 2020-21 term due to a series of… Read More »

  • Blue Soldier ready to begin Australian march

    He arrived in Australia on the same flight as star galloper Zaaki but fellow import Blue Soldier is taking a little longer to acclimatise to his new home. While Zaaki has already put his stamp on the local racing scene with thumping victories in the Doomben Cup and Q22 to head… Read More »

  • Ryan Maloney kicks clear in Brisbane Jockey Premiership

    While anybody who knows him will understand that Jim Byrne will never give up on anything, the chances of him adding another Brisbane Jockey’s Championship to his distinguished career diminished further yesterday at Eagle Farm where premiership leader Ryan Maloney added another winner to his tally to move seven winners… Read More »

  • Eagle Farm track situation back under scrutiny

    The serious expressions on the faces of trainers as they filed into a private meeting at Eagle Farm after the last race on Wednesday told its own story. While it was a closed meeting, the fact that Eagle Farm’s offering for Wednesday’s midweek, metropolitan meeting was a mere six races… Read More »

  • Trainers fail to overturn race free week in Victoria

    As more trainers become vocal in their opposition to Racing Victoria’s race-free week next week, the Australian Trainers’ Association (ATA) has attempted to get Racing Victoria to re-think their decision, but they came up empty after their late push for a change to next week’s racing schedule was rejected. ATA… Read More »

  • Boom NZ galloper set for comeback from injury

    Catalyst, the well performed Darci Brahma gelding who won six out of ten starts for trainer Clayton Chipperfield before pulling up lame in the Group 2 Shorts at Randwick back on September 9, 2020 (in a race won by Classique Legend) has pleased his new trainer Tony Pike in preparation… Read More »

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