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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Racing Victoria announce Aquanita disqualifications

    Racing Victoria stewards will contact the managing owners of 81 starters involved in the Aquanita ‘top up’ case to ask them why their horses should not be disqualified. Senior Aquanita staff including trainers Robert Smerdon, Stuart Webb and Tony Vasil were issued varying disqualifications by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary… Read More »

  • Jungle Edge out to atone in Sir John Monash Stakes

    Trainer Mick Bell is hoping luck will be on the side of his sprinter Jungle Edge in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. Bell watched Jungle Edge get run down in the final stages by Oak Door in the 1100m sprint last year and says the gelding is going… Read More »

  • Three Queensland riders stood down

    The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission Integrity Investigations Team conducted a human sampling operation at Deagon trackwork this morning where 15 racing industry participants including trainers, jockeys, apprentice jockeys and trackwork riders provided urine samples and six participants were also breath tested. One trackwork rider and one exercise rider were stood… Read More »

  • Southern Lad on target for Ramornie Handicap

    Southern Lad has been knocking on the door of a win this campaign and trainer John O’Shea is hopeful the potential for a drier surface will enhance the sprinter’s winning chances in the Listed Ramornie Handicap at Grafton. O’Shea said Wednesday’s $200,000 Ramornie (1200m) had been a target for Southern… Read More »

  • Mystic Journey’s racing return delayed

    Mystic Journey’s racing return has been delayed with the PB Lawrence Stakes on August 15 now pencilled in for the Group One-winning mare. Trainer Adam Trinder had planned to run the rising five-year-old in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on July 25, but opted against it. “We’ve… Read More »

  • Te Akau Shark suffering from post surgery complications

    Star New Zealand galloper Te Akau Shark remains in an equine hospital in Sydney after undergoing eye surgery. Te Akau Shark had implant surgery last month and while recovering well from the operation picked up a lung infection that is causing concern. Trainer Jamie Richards said last year’s Cox Plate… Read More »

  • Ashlor on track for G3 Sir John Monash Stakes

    Daniel Stackhouse is set to jump back aboard Ashlor in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield, with Victoria’s premiership-leading jockey a chance to snare a winter feature for the second week in a row. Stackhouse steered Sircconi to a dominant victory in last Saturday’s Listed Winter Championship… Read More »

  • French Derby runner-up to join David Hayes in HK

    British raider Mishriff provided John Gosden with his first victory in the Prix du Jockey Club. And it came at the expense of a three-year-old destined to join Australian trainer David Hayes’s Hong Kong stable. An impressive winner of the Listed Newmarket Stakes on his latest appearance, Mishriff was a… Read More »

  • OTI part-owned filly claims G2 Italian Oaks

    The winner of this year’s Italian Oaks has an Australian link with prominent syndicator OTI Racing recently securing a 50 per cent interest in Auyantepui. The Oaks was run in Milan on Sunday (Monday morning AEST) with Auyantepui remaining unbeaten from three starts in her first run since OTI were… Read More »

  • D.G. Grows the Breeders Cup

    In following-on from “D.G. Sets the Breeder’s Cup Bar” D.G., Daniel, Van Clief Jr. talks of growing the Breeders’ Cup World Championship into a world leader. D.G. Van Clief was bred and raised in thoroughbreds with his family conducting the successful Nydrie Stud in Esmont, Charlottesville in Virginia, the centre… Read More »

  • Sixties Groove heads odds for the Grafton Cup

    NSW’s premiership-leading trainer Kris Lees is poised to have a strong hand in one of the state’s biggest country Cups. Lees is leading Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller in the NSW premiership with less than a month of the season to go and both trainers have three acceptors in Thursday’s… Read More »

  • Snitz heads the odds for the Ramornie Handicap

    Northern Rivers trainer Matt Dunn has a prime opportunity to win one of the most significant races in his region when Snitz tackles the Ramornie Handicap at Grafton. Dunn is the district’s leading trainer but is yet to win either of the main features at the annual Grafton July carnival,… Read More »

  • Sky Racing 2 now free on Foxtel

    SKY Racing is removing the $5 per month fee for Foxtel subscribers to access Sky 2 and it will become part of the base tier from 1 August. This change will allow all Foxtel residential subscribers to access Sky Racing’s content across Sky 1, Sky 2 and Sky Thoroughbred Central…. Read More »

  • Mick Dee to have surgery on broken collarbone

    Group One-winning jockey Michael Dee is set for a stint on the sidelines after breaking a collarbone in a fall at Pakenham which requires surgery. Dee won the fifth race on Sunday’s program on the synthetic track but was injured when the horse he was riding, Heroic Fighter, fell on… Read More »

  • Zac Purton poised for a fourth HK premiership

    Zac Purton is all but assured of his fourth Hong Kong jockeys’ premiership after Joao Moreira incurred another suspension. Purton rode three winners to Moreira’s two on Sunday’s program at Sha Tin and the Australian rider holds a six-win lead over the Brazilian with only three meetings of the season… Read More »

  • Watch: Irish fillies dominate in G1 French Oaks

    Donnacha O’Brien’s Fancy Blue has led home an Irish one-two-three in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly. The former dual champion jockey only took out his training licence earlier this year, following in the footsteps of his father Aidan O’Brien – who completed the Derby and Oaks double at Epsom… Read More »

  • Watch: Ghaiyyath beats Enable in Eclipse Stakes

    Godolphin star Ghaiyyath wrested away Enable’s Eclipse Stakes crown with a relentless front-running victory at Sandown. Charlie Appleby’s remorseless galloper led after the first furlong and was never headed as he added his second successive Group One following last month’s success in the Coronation Cup at Newmarket. Three-time G1 winner!… Read More »

  • Michael Dee to require surgery after fall

    Victorian jockey Michael Dee will require surgery to repair a broken collarbone after a fall at Pakenham on Sunday. Mick Dee was transported to Dandenong hospital after a fall after winning the fifth race on the card at Pakenham when a riderless horse and a clerk of the course in… Read More »

  • Dreamforce set to return in the Winx Stakes

    The first Group One race of the 2020-21 Australian racing season is in trainer John Thompson’s sights with stable stalwart Dreamforce. Dreamforce broke through for a deserved Group One win during the Sydney autumn carnival in the George Ryder Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill in March before failing in his final… Read More »

  • Smart sprinter Boomsara to return in Ramornie Handicap

    Smart sprinter Boomsara will be on trial for a Sydney spring campaign when returns to racing in the $200,000 Listed Ramornie Handicap (1200m) on Wednesday. Boomsara was expected to be a major player in the Brisbane winter carnival but after it was originally scrapped he was a late starter missing… Read More »

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