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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Harry Coffey thankful for Lindsay Park support

    Harry Coffey made a rare visit to the metropolitan area and left with a win on Biometric at Caulfield. The forced exit of a number of Victorian jockeys to Queensland may have opened the door for Harry Coffey with the Lindsay Park stable. Coffey has slipped under the radar in recent… Read More »

     
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  • Love Tap back in Sydney after Brisbane fling

    Gloaming Stakes winner Love Tap will continue his campaign in Sydney due to lack of suitable races during the Brisbane winter carnival. The three-year-old, who won his first four starts before finishing fourth to Montefilia in the Group 1 Spring Champion Stakes in October, was ruled out of the autumn… Read More »

     
  • Riot And Rose remains unbeaten with Caulfield win

    Riot And Rose has extended his undefeated sequence to three with a comfortable victory at Caulfield. Success in Saturday’s Neds Toolbox Handicap (1600m) followed victories at Moe and on the synthetic surface at Pakenham. Sent out the $2.60 favourite under Damien Oliver, Riot And Rose defeated Rathlin ($14) by 2-¼ lengths with Zoutellus ($41) a short-half-head off in… Read More »

     
  • The Good, The Bad and The Ugly – May 29th Edition

    Jamie Kah did Jamie Kah things, a boom horse got beat while Chris Waller dominated another feature. All that and more in this weeks edition of ‘The Good, The Bad and The Ugly’. KEY NEWS: Vega One From Nowhere In Kingsford Smith You didn’t know where to look 100m out… Read More »

     
  • Riot And Rose remains unbeaten at Caulfield

    Riot And Rose has broken through for his maiden city success with a comfortable win at Caulfield. Riot And Rose has extended his undefeated sequence to three with a comfortable victory at Caulfield. Success in Saturday’s Neds Toolbox Handicap (1600m) followed victories at Moe and on the synthetic surface at Pakenham. Sent out… Read More »

     
  • Jamie Kah breaks G1 record in Kingsford-Smith Cup

    It was a local victory in the Group 1 Kingsford-Smith Cup (1300m), as Vega One caused an upset in the feature event at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Guided by Jamie Kah’s terrific steer, the five-year-old found trouble early in the straight before exploding over the concluding stages to snatch victory… Read More »

     
  • Kukeracha scores a G1 win in an epic Queensland Derby

    Chris Waller has produced the quinella in the Queensland Derby with two of his six runners battling out the finish. Two of the country’s best jockeys have fought out a thrilling finish to the Group 1 Queensland Derby with James Mcdonald on Kukeracha knocking off Hugh Bowman on Senor Toba to capture his first… Read More »

     
  • Freedman Brothers two-year-old reign continues

    Richard and Michael Freeman have continued their outstanding form with their two-year-olds, as Tiger Of Malay wins the BRC Sires Produce Stakes (1400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. The training duo have now trained two Group 2 winners and a Golden Slipper winner in juvenile races this season, as well… Read More »

     
  • Yonkers continues love affair with Caulfield

    Yonkers has continued his love affair with the Caulfield circuit by registering his third win from four starts at the track. The Chris Waller stable would not mind racing more often at Caulfield with Yonkers following another tough victory. In taking out the Cyclotek Handicap (2000m) on Saturday, Yonkers recorded his third win… Read More »

     
  • Adelong breaks through for overdue win

    Talented mare Adelong has earned herself another shot at black-type company after breaking through for an overdue win at Randwick. The Brad Widdup-trained five-year-old had to settle for minor placings in the Hawkesbury Gold Rush and Ortensia Stakes at her past two starts but with Jay Ford in the saddle, she proved… Read More »

     
  • Spirit Ridge outstays rivals in the Premier’s Cup

    European import Spirit Ridge has outstayed his rivals to claim victory in the Group 3 Premier’s Cup (2400m) at Eagle Farm on Saturday. It was a great training performance by Mark Newnham, with the son of Nathaniel having his first-up run all the way back in November. It was his… Read More »

     
  • Reece Jones scores a win at first ride for Godolphin

    Apprentice Reece Jones has made the most of a rare opportunity for Godolphin, landing a facile win aboard three-year-old Gravina. A day after celebrating his 25th birthday, apprentice Reece Jones has had an afternoon to remember at Randwick with his first win at his first ride for Godolphin. Jones, who is indentured… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin choose wisely with Plaquette

    The decision to run Plaquette in Melbourne rather than Sydney has paid off for Godolphin. The Godolphin stable and James Cummings made the right decision to run Plaquette at Caulfield with the mare scoring an overdue win. Plaquette was also an acceptor at in the Uphire Handicap (1100m) at Randwick on Saturday,… Read More »

     
  • Apache Chase lowers the colours of Ayrton

    The Desleigh Forster-trained Apache Chase has cemented a berth in the Stradbroke Handicap. Local three-year-old Apache Chase has claimed the scalp of boom Victorian Ayrton and booked his spot in the 2021 Stradbroke Handicap with a game victory in the Fred Best Classic at Eagle Farm. His delighted trainer Desleigh… Read More »

     
  • Magic Max puts his hand up at Caulfield

    The decision to run Magic Max at Caulfield rather than Sandown has added $41,000 to connections payout. The decision to bypass a midweek race at Sandown to concentrate on a richer race at Caulfield has paid off for Adelaide trainer Gordon Richards. Having been placed at his first two starts… Read More »

     
  • Race horses die in tragic crash

    Five race horses have reportedly died in a truck crash in the Hunter Region of NSW on Saturday morning. According to reports, two men have also been flown to hospital with non life-threatening injuries suffered in the incident. The Newcastle Herald reported a truck transporting a horse float left the… Read More »

     
  • Park Avenue remains unbeaten at Randwick

    Park Avenue has kept the winning start to his career going, claiming the Ironmark Handicap for the two-year-old’s at Randwick on Saturday. The son of Fastnet Rock was sent out as second favourite at $6.00 with tab.com.au and got the job done by 0.06 lengths in a tight finish. Trained… Read More »

     
  • All About Eve luckless at Caulfield

    “All About Eve is flying late but just missed, she was very unlucky,” said Matty Hill in the call and that was a gross understatement. MAGIC MAX (Magnus – Vain Sonata) was having his 3rd race start and did best in a driving finish to just hang on from ALL… Read More »

     
  • Park Avenue in the last stride wins at Randwick

    What a good opening race at Randwick today. WINNING VERSE ( Winning Rupert – She’s Poetry) led and looked all over a winner when she had the odds on pop SACRED FIELD (Deep Field – Rites of Spring) off the bit from the turn home. But both PARK AVENUE (Fastnet… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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