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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Yeah Dardy receives Beaufine Stakes support

    Yeah Dardy is an outside chance to win the Listed Beaufine Stakes (1000m), but trainer Justine Erkelens believes he can buck the odds and cause an upset at Belmont Park on Saturday. Yeah Dardy has not raced since March, but Erkelens has elected to roll the dice and tackle the Beaufine Stakes… Read More »

  • Weather a spanner in the works for Irish import

    A dearth of suitable races has kept I Am Power away from the track for the best part of seven weeks and now his trainer has finally found a likely target, the possibility of a heavy surface presents a fresh challenge. The Irish-born, former Hong Kong galloper has made a… Read More »

  • Viviane out for maiden success at Caulfield

    Viviane will chase her maiden victory when she runs in the Neds Handicap at Caulfield. Simon Zahra would like to see Jamie Kah adopt tactics on Viviane at Caulfield where the filly is allowed to run and not restrained. Viviane will be Kah’s first ride at Caulfield on Saturday when the pair… Read More »

  • Malkovich returns to Caulfield for some black-type

    Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker is returning to Melbourne with promising three-year-old Malkovich in the search of a late season stakes victory. A winner at Caulfield on June 26, Malkovich returns to that track on Saturday chasing success in the Group 3 Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m). Baker said it was after the… Read More »

  • Silly Point proves too tough to notch up maiden win

    Silly Point displayed his willingness to win on Wednesday, breaking through at start five in the Bowermans Commercial Furniture Plate (1150m). The three-year-old had missed out narrowly first-up at Canterbury but had been freshened for his second-up assignment at Randwick-Kensington. Co-trainer Michael Hawkes was full of praise for the son… Read More »

  • Gelding does the trick as King Of Sparta breaks maiden

    A gelding operation has done the trick with the Snowden-trained King Of Sparta as he broke his maiden at Randwick-Kensington on Wednesday. The son of I Am Invincible had run fourth in the Group 2 Silver Slipper and the Group 3 Kindergarten Stakes earlier in his career. But it was the… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah remains stranded on 99 winners

    The bid by Jamie Kah to become the first jockey to reach 100 winners in Melbourne in a season will have to wait another day. Jamie Kah will have to wait until Saturday at Caulfield for another shot at reaching the 100-win mark after a winless day at Sandown. Assured of… Read More »

  • Old firm land the prize at Sandown

    Trainer Shane Nichols and jockey Dean Yendall renewed their association with the win of So You Assume at Sandown. The pair joked prior to the running of the Ladbrokes Blended Multi Handicap (1600m) on Wednesday who was responsible for dumping who from certain runners. Yendall has ridden countless winners for Nichols and was aboard… Read More »

  • Cox Plate champion Maldivian dies

    The Moonee Valley Racing Club were saddened today to hear about the passing of 2008 W.S. Cox Plate champion Maldivian. Maldivian was a winner of nine races from 30 career starts, winning three Group 1 races and amassing $2,821,800 in prizemoney, and his victory in the W.S. Cox Plate remains… Read More »

  • Cups King shares winning tips with young jockeys

    Veteran rider Peter Hall will be guiding winners of a different kind as the new jockey coach at Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA). In announcing the appointment, Racing Careers and Training Manager Ron Fleming said Mr Peter Hall’s skills showed in his career stats of more than 1000 wins… Read More »

  • West Australian galloper to improve in Melbourne

    Mornington trainer David Brideoake is forgiving of Red Can Man’s Melbourne debut and anticipates an improved performance from the former West Australian galloper at Caulfield on Saturday. Having his first start in Victoria, Red Can Man finished seventh to The Astrologist when he started favourite in the Jack Styring OAM Sprint… Read More »

  • Sir John Monash Stakes an ideal test for Red Can Man

    Having had the benefit of a start up the straight at Flemington, David Brideoake is expecting improvement from Red Can Man at Caulfield. David Brideoake is looking at racing around a corner to bring out the best of Red Can Man in a stakes race at Caulfield. Red Can Man will be… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Ef Troop blitzes rivals in trial

    Tony Gollan was understandably well pleased with what he saw at the trials at Eagle Farm yesterday morning. Gollan runners won four trials with one runner, EF Troop, catching the eye in particular, when winning Trial 14 by eleven lengths. Back in the care of @tonygollan and thriving! Ef Troop… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan with a strong hand in the Ramornie Handicap

    Multiple Brisbane Metropolitan Trainers Premiership winner Tony Gollan will be looking to flex the stable’s muscles at Grafton today where the powerful yard has the seasoned Outback Barbie and Garibaldi engaged in the $200 000, Listed Ramornie Handicap over 1200m. Outback Barbie needs no introduction. The five-year-old Spirit Of Boom… Read More »

  • Arise MyRacehorse, Australia awaits

    MyRacehorse has arrived on our shores, and in the new world of micro-ownership they have the ‘blessing’ in Australian of the Kentucky-based establishment Spendthrift Farm. In ‘not afraid to think big’ Spendthrift’s B Wayne Hughes saw 5,314 MyRacehorse owners of Authentic win the Kentucky Derby, and now its MyRacehorse with… Read More »

  • Two more horses sold to Hong Kong

    As the current Hong Kong season draws to a close, the action is still very much alive and well in the Hong Kong sales market with another two Australian horses being snapped up by Hong Kong buyers this week. And the search for suitable horses covers all corners of Australia,… Read More »

  • Jerome Hunter keeping options open with Zipping Boy

    In form Zipping Boy will chase a fourth straight win when he runs at Caulfield on Saturday. But which 1100m race the son of Squamosa contests is yet to be decided by Jerome Hunter, although the Three-Year-Old Colts and Geldings Handicap over 1100m is the favoured option. However, Hunter has… Read More »

  • Jarrod Austin seeking two winners within 15 minutes

    It could be an exciting afternoon for Jarrod Austin, with two progressive three-year-old’s racing within 15 minutes of each other on Wednesday. The Warwick Farm-based trainer will see Dawn Flight go around at Kensington in the Admire Mars At Arrowfield Handicap (1300m) quickly followed by Remus in the Tursa Grafton… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah poised to achieve milestone

    Jamie Kah is expected to etched her name in the history books by becoming the first jockey to notch 100 wins in a season in the metropolitan area of Victoria. Brett Prebble came close ending the 1999-2000 season with 99-½ wins off fewer city meetings and at the start of the… Read More »

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