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  • Second chance for Notonyourlife

    Well-bred mare Notonyourlife gets a chance to make the most of her second coming on the racetrack at Doomben. Notonyourlife won the Listed Ubet Classic in November which was valuable black type for the mare who was thought at the time ot be in-foal to Spirit of Boom. She raced… Read More »

     
  • Straight improvement from Lindsay Park duo

    Group Two-winning sprinter Derryn has been in the wings as Lindsay Park waits for a soft track. He is engaged in Saturday’s Listed Straight Six at Flemington along with stablemate Keen Array, and will take his place if conditions suit. Derryn hasn’t raced since running last in The Galaxy on… Read More »

     
  • Matt Dunn’s barrier luck changes

    Trainer Matt Dunn is hoping his change of luck with barriers can translate into stakes winners at Doomben. Dunn has had a bad run with barriers culminating in his stable star Care To Think drawing 12 in last Saturday’s Group One Doomben 10,000. Care To Think was trapped deep the… Read More »

     
  • Max Dynamite back to the flat at York

    Dual Melbourne Cup placegetter Max Dynamite will return to Flat racing in the Yorkshire Cup after two below-par performances over hurdles. The Willie Mullins-trained eight-year-old was an impressive winner of the Lonsdale Cup at York in 2015. He went on to finish a half-length second in the Melbourne Cup later… Read More »

     
  • Justify works on soggy Pimlico track

    Kentucky Derby winner Justify has been given a work-out at Pimlico Racecourse where he will attempt to keep his Triple Crown hopes alive in the Preakness Stakes. Because the track was soaked from a heavy morning shower, trainer Bob Baffert made sure the undefeated colt had an easy time. “He… Read More »

     
  • NZ mare in first run for Lindsay Park

    Don’t expect to see a lot of Lindsay Park newcomer La Bella Diosa during the upcoming winter months. Appropriately, the New Zealand mare has her first run for Lindsay Park in the Colin Hayes Hall of Fame Trophy at Flemington on Saturday. The late Colin Hayes founded Lindsay Park and… Read More »

     
  • Our Belisa resumes search for black-type

    Talented mare Our Belisa embarks on her latest campaign aimed at gaining black-type she resumes at Rosehill after bypassing Sydney’s autumn carnival. Trainer John Thompson has the mare back for the Chris Waller Hall Of Fame Handicap (1400m) at Rosehill, hoping to upstage the trio of runners in the race… Read More »

     
  • Japanese influence in Doomben Cup

    Japan’s growing influence on the Australian racing industry could get a further boost if super sire Deep Impact can provide the quinella in the Group One Doomben Cup. Former Japanese horses Ambitious and Satono Rasen are first and second favourites for Saturday’s $650,000 Doomben Cup. The prices of European horses… Read More »

     
  • NZ training record for Baker-Forsman duo

    Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman have bettered their own New Zealand training record with Electrode’s win at Tauherenikau. Thursday’s victory brought up the pair’s 115th win for the season, one more than the record they set last term. The previous best mark was the now Sydney-based John Sargent’s 111 in… Read More »

     
  • Magstock to improve on first-up record

    Former Singapore galloper Magstock has had two solid trials as he tries to improve on his first-up record at Doomben. Trainer Kelly Schweida entered Magstock for the BRC Sprint and a benchmark race on Saturday but scratched the gelding from the restricted race. Magstock will be having his first run… Read More »

     
  • Champ Elect ready to boost Chris Munce’s winter

    A good spell has Champ Elect ready to give trainer Chris Munce another major winter carnival hope when she returns to metropolitan racing at Doomben. Champ Elect was one of the stars of the early two-year-old races last season, winning the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes. But she had only two… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver chasing some Goodwood Magic

    Damien Oliver says he’s grateful to the connections of Goodwood favourite Vega Magic for giving him another chance on the gelding. The champion jockey rode Vega Magic to victory in the Regal Roller Stakes at Caulfield last spring before forfeiting the ride to Craig Williams. Williams had ridden Vega Magic… Read More »

     
  • Barrier draws not that kind for Divine Quality

    Barrier draws at Flemington and Morphettville haven’t been kind to the lightly raced Divine Quality. The Robbie Griffiths-trained mare drew the outside barrier in both Saturday’s Listed Straight Six at Flemington and the Group Three Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville. That made the decision easier for Griffiths with Divine Quality… Read More »

     
  • Noire poised for comeback at Rosehill

    Noire is poised to make her comeback to racing at Rosehill for trainer Chris Waller who has set the mare an ambitious goal at the Queensland winter carnival. The four-year-old’s latest campaign was delayed by a minor setback but she is now primed for a season-defining return in Saturday’s Colin… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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