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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Surround Stakes: Away Game passes fitness test

    Away Game has been cleared to line up in the Group One Surround Stakes after recovering from an injury scare. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained filly slipped while she was being unloaded from a float midweek, sustaining an abrasion to her hip. She was examined by Racing NSW vet… Read More »

     
  • Willie Pike shooting to win Australian Guineas

    Leading Perth trainer Sean Casey has had to venture to Melbourne to gain the services of his champion local jockey Willie Pike but he is thankful for the rare opportunity . Pike will ride Dom To Shoot for the Sean and Jake Casey stable in the Group One Australian Guineas… Read More »

     
  • Tommy Berry keen to get into a Group One groove

    The autumn in Sydney is all about Group One racing and jockey Tommy Berry is hoping to play a major role. But he isn’t taking his eye of the premiership prize. Berry set a goal at the start of the season to improve his consistency and in doing so, make… Read More »

     
  • Star English jockey to hit the ground running in Australia

    Tom Marquand’s return to Australia for a relatively brief stint of riding kicks off at Randwick on Saturday where the highly talented rider has picked up eight rides. Marquand, who is the only overseas jockey to travel to Sydney for the big Autumn Carnival and The Championships, had to undergo… Read More »

     
  • Matt Smith chasing special win in the Guy Walter Stakes

    No Warwick Farm-based trainer has won the Guy Walter Stakes since the race was named in honour of the late horseman and Matt Smith would dearly love to be the first. A gifted trainer, Walter had a procession line of top horses including champion Tie The Knot, Streama and Defier… Read More »

     
  • Boom horse set to step out at Wyong

    The sensationally bred BOJACK (Snitzel-Insinuating) steps out at Wyong this afternoon and some pretty hefty heavy-hitters will be cheering him on. The 3YO, who is unbeaten following a very impressive and runaway maiden win at Gosford when leading all the way, is up in grade here but he has been… Read More »

     
  • Jason Taylor begins his road to recovery

    Jockey Jason Taylor has left hospital and is continuing his recovery at home following the serious injuries he suffered in a spine-chilling incident behind the starting gates at the Gold Coast on February 13 Taylor’s mount, Final Ascent, reared without warning behind the barriers before the fourth race and fell… Read More »

     
  • NSW Racing receives prize money boost

    Racing in NSW has received a shot in the arm with the announcement of a $20 million prize money injection and the addition of a new race type to Sydney Saturday programs. The annual boost in stakes, unveiled by Racing NSW on Wednesday, will be spread across country and metropolitan… Read More »

     
  • Mugatoo’s owners sweat on All Star Mile wildcard

    Connections of Mugatoo remain intent on gaining a start in the All-Star Mile and have bypassed the Chipping Norton Stakes to concentrate on the Melbourne feature. The Australian Bloodstock galloper narrowly missed out on securing his spot among the top 10 gallopers in the public vote and now has to… Read More »

     
  • Blamey Stakes: All Star Mile start on the line for Buffalo River

    Mike Moroney is hoping Buffalo River can force his way into the $5 million March feature by snaring the Blamey Stakes, with the winner given a golden ticket into the Moonee Valley showpiece. Moroney was thrilled with Buffalo River’s first-up second to Regardsmaree over 1400 metres at Flemington, feeling the… Read More »

     
  • D’Avila name to the fore at Cairns

    The D’Avila name was most prominent at the Cairns meeting on Tuesday, featuring amongst the winners in no less six of the seven races on the card. Training honours on the day belonged to Sharlee D’Avila, who saddled four winners, while jockey Wanderson D’Avila kept the name in the headlines… Read More »

     
  • Poland ready to annex in G1 Australian Guineas

    Mike Moroney doesn’t run horses in Group One races for the sake of it and he thinks three-year-old Poland can give the Australian Guineas a shake. Poland has started once at the highest level when he failed to fire in last year’s Caulfield Guineas, finishing eleventh. Moroney admitted he erred… Read More »

     
  • Star fillies to line-up in Surround Stakes field

    During his three decades as a leading trainer in South Africa, David Payne won Group One races almost at will. When he relocated to Australia in 2002, he quickly established himself among Sydney’s top echelon of horsemen, and the feature race winners continued to flow. Over the past few years,… Read More »

     
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  • Trainer Moves Ahead with Golden Slipper dream

    The Golden Slipper campaign of exciting filly Four Moves Ahead is back on course after she impressed trainer John Sargent in a crucial trackwork gallop at Randwick. The daughter of Snitzel was scratched from last Saturday’s Silver Slipper after she kicked out and injured a knee while in her box… Read More »

     
  • Trainer to vigorously defend misconduct ruling

    Trainer Robert Heathcote will vigorously defend his position as he looks to overturn the steward’s ruling which found him guilty of misconduct after he allegedly used ‘inappropriate language’, directed towards jockey Mark Diu Plessis, after the running of the last race at Eagle Farm on February 6. Heathcote was fined… Read More »

     
  • Golden Sixty chasing Hong Kong’s Triple Crown

    Golden Sixty extended his unbeaten sequence to thirteen straight wins when saluting in the G1 Citi Hong Kong Gold Cup at Sha Tin. It was his third consecutive Group 1 win and his sixteenth win from seventeen starts. The short-head margin was the smallest winning margin of all of the… Read More »

     
  • Jumps racing season nears return

    The countdown has started for those racing enthusiasts who like a change of pace and a different kind of race. The start of the 2021 jumps racing season in Victoria is now just two weeks away and fans can diarise March 8 as the kick-off date when a Maiden Hurdle,… Read More »

     
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  • Country Mile Series Grand Final field taking shape

    Three of the five heats for the Country Mile Race Series for Victorian country trainers have now been completed. The five heats, all worth $75,000, will see the first three placegetters through to the final which will be held on the same card as the $5 million All-Star Mile at… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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