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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Caulfield stakes race debut for Laing colt

    Trainer Robbie Laing has thrown Basanite into the deep end for his debut at Caulfield. The colt lines up in the Listed Thoroughbred Club Cup (1200m) on Saturday with Laing excited but also acknowledging he faces stiff opposition at his first start. “He’s a beautiful colt and has trialled well,… Read More »

  • Low key return for I’m Belucci

    Dual Group One placegetter I’m Belucci will make a low-key return at Eagle Farm almost a year since his last race. I’m Belucci will be having his first start since finishing third in the Group One Queensland Derby last June when he races in a Class Six Plate on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Decision pending on where Anaheim heads

    South Australian Derby hopeful Anaheim has an important upcoming engagement, but where that will be is still undecided. Anaheim is a dual acceptor on Saturday in the Sky High Mt Dandenong Handicap (2000m) at Caulfield and the Group Three Chairman’s Stakes (2030m) at Morphettville. Co-trainer Trent Busuttin is holding off,… Read More »

  • Group 1 winner starts final campaign

    Group One-winning mare Miss Cover Girl is primed for a first-up tilt at the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm as she begins what will be her final racing preparation. Saturday’s Group Two race over 1200 metres attracted just seven acceptances with Music Magnate the early favourite over Takedown. Miss Cover… Read More »

  • Victorian trainer fined $15,000

    Trainer Symon Wilde has been fined $15,000 over a positive swab returned by a horse in his care which won at Warrnambool in December. Dexamethasone, a short-acting corticosteroid, was detected in a post-race urine sample taken from Florida Pearl after she won a benchmark-64 race on December 27. Wilde pleaded… Read More »

  • Sadler with chances in two Listed races

    After a last-start second in the Group Three Victoria Handicap, Charmed Harmony is favourite to break through for his first win in a year at Caulfield. Charmed Harmony is at $3.60 with Luxbet for Saturday’s Listed Thoroughbred Club Stakes (1440m), a year after winning a 1400m open handicap on the… Read More »

  • Waterhouse, Bott fined $5000

    Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have been fined $5000 after being found guilty of conduct prejudicial to the image or interests of racing. The training partnership was charged by Racing NSW stewards earlier this month after substituting three horses listed for a televised track gallop during the Breakfast With the… Read More »

  • Dittman fit for Sniztkraft ride

    Luke Dittman will be fit to ride favourite Snitzkraft at Eagle Farm after an injury scare at Ipswich. Dittman missed his last ride on Wednesday when ambulance officers stood him down after he hit his left hand. “I was at the jump-outs this morning and the hand is a little… Read More »

  • Busy return from injury for Robbie Fradd

    Brisbane jockey Robbie Fradd will have a busy comeback to racing from injury at Eagle Farm. Fradd hasn’t ridden in a race for seven weeks after breaking a wrist when his mount broke down and collapsed under him at Doomben. It was initially thought Fradd had escaped serious injury but… Read More »

  • Added incentives for Sydney owners

    Owners with metropolitan runners will no longer have to pay to go to the races in Sydney with the Australian Turf Club and NSW Racehorse Owners Association announcing a new partnership aimed at encouraging more people to race thoroughbreds. Members of the NSWROA will be able to enjoy a range… Read More »

  • Tom Sadler suspended at Sandown

    Tom Sadler will consider an appeal against a careless riding suspension which threatens to rule him out of the Warrnambool Cup ride on the in-form Observational. Sadler won the final race at Sandown on Wednesday aboard Divine Chills in a family affair with the horse trained by the jockey’s father… Read More »

  • Three riders suspended at Canterbury

    Josh Parr and Blake Shinn have been suspended for careless riding following separate incidents over the concluding stages of a race at Canterbury. Shinn pleaded guilty after Racing NSW stewards said he did not take sufficient action to prevent his mount Nonpareil shifting in and impeding race favourite Dagny and… Read More »

  • No decision on venue for Good Standing

    Trainer James Cummings will weigh up the best option for Good Standing’s return with Hawkesbury and Eagle Farm the choices. The colt is the 59kg topweight for Saturday’s Group Three Hawkesbury Guineas (1400m) while he would carry 56.5kg in the Group Two Victory Stakes (1200m) against older horses in Brisbane…. Read More »

  • Craig Widdison gets on the board in town

    Over the seasons trainer Craig Widdison has been no stranger to the winner’s enclosure at metropolitan meetings in Melbourne. But the win of Willi Willi at Sandown on Wednesday is one he will always remember. It was Widdison’s first city success since he branched out on his own just over… Read More »