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  • Frankel filly Fair Eva dazzles in G3 win

    Fair Eva is the favourite for the next season’s 1000 Guineas after giving her sire Frankel his first stakes winner in the Group Three Princess Margaret Stakes at Ascot. The filly was sent out the 4-6 favourite in Saturday’s race and claimed an impressive four-length victory in the hands of… Read More »

     
  • Sea King, Zanteco win feature jumps races

    Sea King has given trainer Patrick Payne and jockey Steven Pateman another big jumps win with his victory in the Mosstrooper Steeple at Bendigo. The nine-year-old was on his favourite wet ground for Sunday’s race but had to work hard to get the better of Gold A Plenty by a… Read More »

     
  • California Chrome wins San Diego Hcp

    California Chrome has come out on top in a duel with Dortmund in the Grade Two San Diego Handicap at Del Mar. It was California Chrome’s first start since he won the $10 million World Cup in Dubai in March. With regular rider Victor Espinoza aboard, the Art Sherman-trained California… Read More »

     
  • Clipperton itching to get to Hong Kong

    Sam Clipperton has had his last ride in Sydney before he jets off for a stint in the highly competitive Hong Kong arena. Clipperton has been given a club contract to ride in the Asian racing capital until December. “I can’t wait to get over there, Clipperton said. “I’m going… Read More »

     
  • Hammersly and O’Dea a winning team

    Paul Hammersley has bounced back from injury to cement his place as No.1 jockey for the rising powerhouse in Brisbane racing, trainer Steve O’Dea. Hammersley missed 10 days of racing after being thrown on the way to the barriers in a race at Doomben on July 9 when he hurt… Read More »

     
  • Jim Byrne hasn’t given up on title

    Jim Byrne faces a huge task to retain his Brisbane jockeys’ premiership but he can take heart from a titanic battle from 50 years ago. Jeff Lloyd is now $1.10 with bookmakers to win his first Brisbane metropolitan title after scoring on Angel Dancer at Doomben on Saturday. It took… Read More »

     
  • Highland Reel wins King George at Ascot

    Cox Plate placegetter Highland Reel could return to Australia after claiming his first European Group One win in the King George VI and Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot. The much-travelled four-year-old won the Secretariat Stakes in North America in August and the Hong Kong Vase after running third to Winx… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup champion sires first winner

    Melbourne Cup champion Americain has sired his first winner in Canada this morning. Americain who won the 2010 Melbourne Cup was retired in 2012 to stand at stud at Calumet Farm in Kentucky. Melbourne Cup winner Americain wins with his first starter as a stallion @WoodbineRacing as Folk Magic impressed… Read More »

     
  • $1.8million dollar colt steps out at Hawkesbury

    A colt that was bought for a whopping $1.8million dollars will step out at Hawkesbury for trainer Gerald Ryan today. The regally bred America who is out of the champion mare Alinghi and sired by Snitzel will have his race debut in the second on the card where he is the… Read More »

     
  • Williams, Dee suspended at Flemington

    The premiership hopes of Craig Williams remain intact despite a careless riding suspension at Flemington. He was outed for six meeting after pleading guilty to careless riding aboard Black Tomahawk at the 150m mark in Saturday’s Bitalli Handicap. Stewards deemed the interference in the low range and took Williams’ good… Read More »

     
  • Long shot gives trainer 1st Flemington win

    Long-shot debut winner Astro Castro has given trainer Alan Hunter his first winner at Flemington. Astro Castro was sent to the barrier as a $201 outsider in Saturday’s VRC Recognition Handicap. Ridden by Jason Benbow, Astro Castro defeated Tyrannize ($9) by a half-neck, with Badajoz ($4.80) 1-1/2 lengths away at… Read More »

     
  • Slots a winner as racing career winds down

    While Slots’ days in racing are numbered, she has shown what makes her special to trainer Grant Marshall. Slots ($15) won a 1250m benchmark handicap at Canterbury on Saturday, edging out Powerline ($4.40), with Allez Chival ($9) third. Bought as an unraced filly for $1700 at Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm… Read More »

     
  • Au Revoir forms part of Weir double

    Darren Weir has added another two wins to his season tally at Flemington but concedes Lee Freedman’s metropolitan record in Victoria is safe. Wins to stayer Au Revoir and Royal Rapture on Saturday took Weir to 105 metropolitan wins in Melbourne for the season, and moved him past David Hayes’… Read More »

     
  • Akavoroun should stay in Brisbane

    Melbourne trainer Ciaron Maher will be asked to leave Akavoroun in Brisbane after the gelding broke his long winning drought at Doomben. Akavoroun ($5) scored his first victory in 741 days when he beat Brettan ($8) by 1-1/2 lengths in the Listed Tattersall’s Mile (1600m) on Saturday. The gelding was… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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