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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Bergerac turns form around to win Ipswich Cup

    Trainer Steve Tregea’s gamble in taking blinkers off the race day gear of Bergerac has paid off, with the gelding winning the $175,000 Ipswich Cup. Apprentice Michael Murphy had a welcome change of luck and followed instruction to perfection to guide Bergerac ($5.50) to a 1-1/4 lengths win over Sampson… Read More »

     
  • Veteran Destiny’s Kiss wins second Winter Cup

    Joe Pride has trained his share of Group One winners and is noted for his prowess with sprinters. But an ageing stayer holds a special place in Pride’s heart and Destiny’s Kiss has returned the favour with the 10-year-old claiming a second win in the Listed Winter Cup (2400m) at… Read More »

     
  • Jim Byrne in vintage comeback win at Ipswich

    Jockey Jim Byrne has produced a vintage Ipswich ride to score his first win since returning from injury in the $125,000 Provincial Stayers Final (2500m). Byrne hadn’t ridden since prevailing on Garibaldi at Eagle Farm on February 2 when he took two rides at Doomben on Wednesday. He took seven… Read More »

     
  • Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

    Trainer Mick Bell has paid tribute to his stable star Jungle Edge after proudly watching the popular sprinter add another city win at Sandown on his preferred rain-affected going. The eight-year-old gelding, ridden by apprentice Michael Poy, showed rivals a clean pair of heels in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Handicap (1200m) on… Read More »

     
  • Enforcement stamps his class at Rosehill

    A gelding operation has worked wonders for two-year-old Enforcement who has racked up his second late-season win at Rosehill. Enforcement is owned by a group of high profile breeders and trained by Peter and Paul Snowden with the stable noted for producing stallions. But Enforcement’s racing manners at his first… Read More »

     
  • Steve O’Dea finally gets his jewel at Ipswich

    Steve O’Dea missed out on training the first two foals of Bianca Jewel and wasn’t about to let it happen a third time. The former smart race mare won five races including two in stakes class when she was trained by O’Dea about 10 years ago. At stud, Bianca Jewel… Read More »

     
  • Can’t Be Done wins narrowly at Sandown

    Two-year-old Can’t Be Done is showing he can win races, with the gelding notching his second victory from three starts with a determined display at Sandown. By stallion All Too Hard out of the mare Nobody Gets, the Danny O’Brien-trained Can’t Be Done ($5) just edged out the Anthony Freedman-trained… Read More »

     
  • Queen of Kingston finds right race at Ipswich

    Lismore trainer Dan Bowen’s plan to keep classy mare Queen of Kingston in the weakest company has paid off with a win at Ipswich. Leading northern rivers jockey Matt McGuren made a rare Saturday visit to Queensland to steer Queen of Kingston ($4.60) to a head victory over Silvera ($7.50)… Read More »

     
  • First Crush set to atone in Ipswich Cup

    Stakes winner First Crush’s last start was so poor his trainer Chris Munce has erased it from his memory. First Crush lines up for his second attempt to win the Listed $175,000 Ipswich Cup (2150m) on Saturday. He ran second in the Ipswich Cup last year before going on to… Read More »

     
  • Spanner Head in form for Sandown race

    Trainer Archie Alexander believes five-year-old Spanner Head has returned in career-best form this campaign and he is hopeful the mare can back up a last-start Flemington win with another at Sandown. Spanner Head finished second to stakes winner Twitchy Frank first-up at Caulfield in the VOBIS Gold Distaff before winning… Read More »

     
  • Petrology in right head space ahead of Eye Liner Stakes

    Trainer Matt Dunn is hopeful former stakes performer Petrology is back in the right head space to win his first race in two years at Ipswich. Petrology will give jockey Jim Byrne a chance to win his fourth Listed Eye Liner Stakes (1350m) on Saturday. Formerly trained by the Hayes… Read More »

     
  • RV stewards charge bookmaker Simon Beasley

    Bookmaker Simon Beasley has been charged with misconduct in relation to his betting operations during a near five-month period earlier this season. Racing Victoria stewards charged Beasley on Friday with accepting and recording bets outside of his licence conditions from the start of September last year until January 26 this… Read More »

     
  • Tim Clark happy to be on the pace

    Tulloch Lodge is renowned for its bone and muscle style of horses who race on speed and prove hard to get past but steering them is not as easy as it might look. Tim Clark, who has successfully ridden for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott over several years, enjoys the… Read More »

     
  • Josh Parr, Rachel King to both miss Winter Cup meeting

    Group One-winning jockeys Josh Parr and Rachel King have both been ruled out of the Winter Cup meeting at Rosehill because of injuries. Parr tumbled from On Her Word after winning the opening race at Warwick Farm on Wednesday and Racing NSW stewards confirmed on Friday he had been ruled… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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