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  • Wide draw causes no concern for Bandipur

    Godolphin colt Bandipur has overcome a wide barrier to win an incident-packed three-year-old race at Caulfield. Drawing the second widest gate in Saturday’s Fight Cancer Foundation Plate, Bandipur was kept out of trouble by jockey Damian Lane and proved too strong in final stages of the 1100m contest. Backed from… Read More »

     
  • Don’t Give A Damn rewards Rosehill punters

    Punters have thrown their weight behind Don’t Give A Damn and been rewarded with the four-year-old putting a space on his opposition in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill. Backed from $1.80 to $1.65 in Saturday’s 1500m-event, Don’t Give A Damn hit the front in the straight and strode clear for… Read More »

     
  • Zac Spain guides Anaheim to Caulfield win

    Zac Spain says he is loving his stint in Victoria and a victory aboard Anaheim at Caulfield has given the apprentice his first Melbourne Saturday city winner. Spain moved from South Australia to the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young stable at Cranbourne a couple of months ago on a three-month… Read More »

     
  • Auvray claims G3 on protest

    Auvray will target the resurrected $500,000 St Leger on Everest Day after winning the Colin Stephen Quality. The Irish import survived a protest from second-placed Admiral Jello to follow up his win in the Randwick Mayor’s Cup last month with a tight victory. The seven-year-old gelding pipped Admiral Jello ($4)… Read More »

     
  • Beau Geste wins in tight Rosehill finish

    Godolphin colt Beau Geste continued the promising start to his career by outgunning a quality field of up-and-comers at Rosehill. Although the three-year-old was guilty of ove racing early in a Benchmark 74 Handicap (1300m), he regained his composure under Brendton Avdulla to claim a clustered finish. Beau Geste, the… Read More »

     
  • Fitter Cliff’s Edge scores at Caulfield

    Trainer Darren Weir says Caulfield winner Cliff’s Edge has undergone an attitude change resulting in a three-year-old that has been hard to get fit. Weir said the secret for Cliff’s Edge win in Saturday’s Mirabel Foundation Handicap was his ability to back-up from a midfield finish at Flemington last week…. Read More »

     
  • Gollan celebrates on two fronts at Ipswich

    Tony Gollan celebrated the birth of his first child with one of the most satisfying wins of his career as a trainer on Saturday. Charlie Boy ($7.50) scored his first win in 574 days and 15 runs when he beat his stablemate Frespanol ($4) by a length in the City… Read More »

     
  • Weir-trained Leather’n’lace scores again

    Darren Weir is preparing to raise the bar again for up-and-coming filly Leather’n’lace after the three-year-old made it three straight wins this preparation. After a maiden victory at Warrnambool and another provincial win at Bendigo in her first two starts this campaign, Leather’n’lace added a first city victory in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • New tactics help Colosimo regain top form

    A change of tactics paid off when classy filly Colosimo kept on the path to the Magic Millions carnival with her win at Ipswich on Saturday. Colosimo, who is owned by the Aquis Farm syndicate, scored her first win in slashing style at Eagle Farm in December when trained by… Read More »

     
  • Tears flow after Snitzkraft Ipswich win

    Tears flowed freely when promising three-year-old Snitzkraft scored an emotional win at Ipswich on Saturday. Snitzkraft, the $2 favourite, led all the way to run a class-record time in winning the Daimler Trucks Brisbane Handicap. It was a great way for his trainer Kelso Wood, who prepares the colt in… Read More »

     
  • Dylan Mouth in Melbourne Cup test

    Dylan Mouth kicks off his preparations for a trip to Australia when he returns to action in Legacy Cup at Newbury. Trainer Marco Botti is aiming the six-year-old entire at the Melbourne Cup 2017 and is hoping for an inspiring performance in the Group Three race on Saturday (Sunday AEST)…. Read More »

     
  • Key contender ruled out of Melbourne Cup

    A key Melbourne Cup contender has been ruled out of travelling to Australia after he was found to be lame. The Sir Mark Prescott-trained St Michel was well fancied in Melbourne Cup betting with connections of the UK stayer planning to make the trip to Australia after being given just… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar gives birth to fourth foal

    Champion racehorse Black Caviar has successfully given birth to her fourth foal today a filly to stallion More Than Ready. Both Black Caviar and her foal are doing well. The More Than Ready filly is Black Caviar’s fourth foal with her first foal Oscietra having recently broken her maiden status… Read More »

     
  • Peter Moody fined over social media statements

    Former champion trainer Peter Moody has been fined $3000 for statements he made on social media. Moody, a registered owner, reluctantly pleaded guilty on Friday after Racing Victoria stewards charged him over statements on his Twitter account that were deemed prejudicial to the image, interests and welfare of racing. “Much… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 

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