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  • Luke Dittman wins in Flemington debut

    Luke Dittman has made the most of his first Flemington race ride, winning a Listed event aboard Queenslander Worthy Cause at the track where his famous father won a Melbourne Cup on Gurner’s Lane. The son of former champion jockey Mick Dittman, Luke was given the opportunity by Sunshine Coast […]

  • Preferment lands Waller another G1 success

    Preferment has emerged as the most serious threat to the northern hemisphere attack on the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups with his victory in the Turnbull Stakes. Last year’s Chris Waller-trained Victoria Derby winner is now the second favourite behind Japanese horse Fame Game for both Cups after his Group One […]

  • Let’s Make Adeal earns Melbourne Cup start

    Nigel Blackiston’s dream of qualifying the granddaughter of the great mare Let’s Elope for the Melbourne Cup has been realised. Let’s Make Adeal won Sunday’s Bart Cummings (2520m) at Flemington to earn a free pass into Australia’s most famous race. Dennis Marks, who raced Let’s Elope, the winner of the […]

  • Badawiya may back up for Thousand Guineas

    Lightly-framed filly Badawiya may back up into the Thousand Guineas after her impressive win at Group Two level at Flemington. Badawiya graduated from a midweek city win to score an impressive win against her own gender in the Edward Manifold Stakes (1600m) on Sunday. Trainer Mick Price will now mull […]

  • Preferment wins G1 Turnbull Stakes

    Preferment has returned to Flemington for the first time since his Victoria Derby win to claim another Group One trophy in the Turnbull Stakes. The four-year-old swooped late to nab his Chris Waller-trained stablemate Royal Descent close to the line in Sunday’s 2000m-race. Waller said he would now look at […]

  • Mathrick eyeing Derby with Ayers Rock

    Cranbourne trainer Shawn Mathrick has long thought he has a potential Victoria Derby winner in Ayers Rock and that opinion certainly hasn’t wavered. “I said to the boys I’ll win the Derby with this horse. I said he can run a trip and he’s a magnificent stayer,” Mathrick said.  Ayers […]

  • Chautauqua scores again at Flemington

    Chautauqua has produced his champion qualities with a fighting victory at Flemington to remain unbeaten in his spring campaign. The Hawkes Racing-trained sprinter was sent out the odds-on favourite in Sunday’s Group Two Gilgai Sprint (1200m). But Dwayne Dunn found himself boxed in on the 1.30 chance before negotiating a […]

  • One For One wins Listed race at Flemington

    The decision to drop One For One back in distance has proven a winning move by trainer Phillip Stokes, with the three-year-old racing to a Listed victory at Flemington. One Of One was beaten by half a length when third in the Listed Morphettville Guineas (1600m) last start and Adelaide’s […]

  • Sweet Sherry wins first Melbourne 2yo race

    Trainer Brent Stanley has high hopes for two-year-old Sweet Sherry after the filly passed her first serious test with flying colours at Flemington. Sweet Sherry took out Melbourne’s first two-year-old race of the season on Sunday, winning the Listed Maribyrnong Trial Stakes (1000m). “I’ve got no doubt she’s a very […]

  • Spring carnival is over for Alpine Eagle

    The spring carnival is over for Alpine Eagle with X-rays revealing the four-year-old has a cracked pedal bone. The Tony McEvoy-trained horse was a race morning scratching from the Group One Turnbull Stakes at Flemington on Sunday with what originally seemed to be a foot abscess in his near front […]