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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Another Snappy’s next stop is Warwick Farm

    Another Snappy has had just five of his 26 starts for Sydney trainer Gerald Ryan but has a much longer association with his jockey. Kacie Adams has ridden the gelding 19 times and gets a rare chance to claim a city win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday when the six-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Akasaki on Highway to become next Artlee

    Muswellbrook trainer Todd Willan believes Akasaki is the best horse to come to his stable since Country Championship winner Artlee. The three-year-old will be put to the test in the Highway Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday. “I’ve got a very high opinion of this horse,” Willan said. “He’s the… Read More »

     
  • Oliver back on Lord Of The Sky in Memsie Stakes

    Oliver back on Lord Of The Sky in Memsie Stakes

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver reunites with Lord Of The Sky in the first Group One race of the new season at Caulfield. The pair will be trying to add Saturday’s Memsie Stakes (1400m) to their victory in the Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield last month. In between Oliver rode Miss Rose… Read More »

     
  • Key Melbourne Cup 2016 contender out of the Spring

    Key Melbourne Cup 2016 contender out of the Spring

    Early market second favourite for the 2016 Melbourne Cup ‘Amralah’ has been ruled out of the Spring Racing Carnival after suffering an injury. Amralah was on the second line of betting at $17 in Sportsbet.com.au’s Melbourne Cup markets before being removed. The luckless runner was ruled out last years Melbourne… Read More »

     
  • Potential staying star out of the Spring

    Potential staying star out of the Spring

    Potential star mare who was formerly from the Peter Moody stable but is now with Darren Weir ‘Amelie’s Star’ has suffered a tendon injury and will likely miss the Spring carnival. Amelie’s Star won her last four starts impressively including the G3 Colin Stephen Quality during Sydney’s Spring carnival and… Read More »

     
  • Five finalists for Colin Alderson Award

    Five up-and-coming trainers have been announced as the finalists for the inaugural Colin Alderson Rising Star Award. The winner will be named at the Scobie Breasley Medal night on Thursday in Melbourne. The finalists are Archie Alexander, Daniel Bowman, Mitchell Freedman, Wez Hunter and Sam Pritchard-Gordon. The Colin Alderson Rising… Read More »

     
  • No date for Ryan Moore’s return

    Ryan Moore is back riding trackwork but there is no time frame on the three-time British champion jockey’s return. Moore has won many of the world’s biggest races including the 2014 Cox Plate on Adelaide and Melbourne Cup on Protectionist. He hasn’t ridden this month, taking time out with an… Read More »

     
  • Scott Perrin resigns from Racing .com

    Scott Perrin resigns from Racing .com

    Scott Perrin has resigned as chief executive of Racing.com which broadcasts Victorian racing via its digital and free-to-air platforms. Perrin, who oversaw the launch of Racing.com from June 2015, tendered his resignation on Monday. Racing.com chairman, David Moodie, made the announcement on Monday afternoon and thanked Mr Perrin for his… Read More »

     
  • Weir with strong hand in Memsie Stakes

    Weir with strong hand in Memsie Stakes

    Prince Of Penzance is set to return in the Memsie Stakes but it is the Melbourne Cup winner’s stablemates who are the market leaders in the first Group One race of the season. Victoria’s premier trainer Darren Weir has four horses heading to Saturday’s Memsie Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield with… Read More »

     
  • New bid to have Danny Nikolic banned

    New bid to have Danny Nikolic banned

    Victoria Police are making a new bid to ban controversial jockey Danny Nikolic from racetracks. It comes after the Supreme Court ruled in June that bans against the Caulfield Cup-winning jockey were unlawful because he was not given details of the adverse allegations against him. Lawyers for Victoria Police appeared… Read More »

     
  • Thames Court to step out in Cockram Stakes

    Thames Court to step out in Cockram Stakes

    Group One-winning trainer David Brideoake has high hopes for Thames Court who is set to make her return in the Cockram Stakes at Caulfield. Thames Court won the Group Three Alexandra Stakes at Moonee Valley during autumn before jarring up when last in the Laelia Stakes in Adelaide in April…. Read More »

     
  • Former leading Sydney trainer dies

    Former leading Sydney trainer dies

    Former leading Sydney trainer Paul Sutherland has died in Queensland, aged 71, after a short illness. Sutherland was at his peak in the 1980s and 1990s with horses such as the champion Red Anchor (later trained by Tommy Smith), the Epsom winner Sound Horizon, weight-for-age star Wong and smart sprinter… Read More »

     
  • Dwyer favours Caulfield for Leotie

    The Golden Rose is shaping as the preferred lead-up race for Thousand Guineas hopeful Leotie. Trainer Henry Dwyer has nominated the filly for four races across two states on Saturday including the Run To The Rose at Rosehill, but he is likely to choose the 1400m benchmark race for fillies… Read More »

     
  • Hawkes Racing coming up Roses

    Hawkes Racing coming up Roses

    The Hawkes Racing team has claimed two of the three stakes races for the new season’s three-year-olds so far and is well placed to win the next. San Domenico Stakes winner Star Turn heads the opening market for Saturday’s Group Two Run To The Rose at Rosehill while his stablemate,… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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