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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Rekindled Power to face Guineas test

    Rekindled Power has shown enough talent to earn his place in the Group Two Sandown Guineas but trainer Paul Messara is convinced the colt will be an even better autumn prospect. A confidence-building maiden win at Bendigo 12 days ago confirmed plans to press on to Saturday’s Sandown Guineas (1600m)… Read More »

     
  • Mouro to make comeback at Rosehill

    Injury cost Mouro of the chance to compete in the Melbourne spring carnival and his trainer Tony McEvoy is looking forward to getting him back to the track. Subject to a solid gallop on Tuesday, Mouro will make his comeback at Rosehill four days later as the top rater in… Read More »

     
  • Buick and Doyle sign with Godolphin

    Sheikh Mohammed’s Godolphin operation has recruited William Buick and James Doyle to ride as joint No.1 jockeys. Buick will be first jockey to Charlie Appleby and Doyle will be retained as first choice for Saeed bin Suroor. Buick leaves his long-standing position as stable rider for John Gosden, while Doyle… Read More »

     
  • Coffey wins apprentices’ series in Macau

    As Australia’s leading jockeys were battling it out on the final day of the famous Melbourne Cup carnival, one of Victoria’s top apprentices was riding to success abroad. Harry Coffey won an apprentices’ invitation series in Macau over two days on Friday and Saturday. Coffey came out on top in… Read More »

     
  • Waller leads Cup week Group One winners

    Chris Waller has come out on top as the only trainer with more than one Group One win during Melbourne Cup week. Sydney’s premier trainer won his first Victoria Derby with Preferment and the Coolmore Stud Stakes with Brazen Beau. There were 37 races over the Cup carnival with Waller… Read More »

     
  • English stayer Double Bluff joins Ryan

    The Melbourne Cup has only just been run and won but Gerald Ryan is already looking ahead to next year. In recent times, Ryan has been best known for his success with sprinters including 2006 Oakleigh Plate winner Snitzel and his subsequent progeny. But the addition of well-related English stayer… Read More »

     
  • Plans up in the air for Protectionist

    Changes to Sydney’s autumn carnival program have prompted a rethink on plans for Protectionist. The Melbourne Cup winner will join Newcastle trainer Kris Lees in the next few days and race for Australian Bloodstock. He ran in the Melbourne Cup for German trainer Andreas Wohler with his previous owner retaining… Read More »

     
  • 10 talking points from the 2014 Spring Racing Carnival

    The Spring carnival officially wraps up in the next couple of weeks at Sandown, but really, it ended¬†on Saturday¬†at Flemington. So, what were the highs and the lows? I’ve gone through the 10 key topics from the Spring:10. The InternationalsAt the start of the Spring, I was very keen to… Read More »

     
  • The Cleaner to travel to Perth for Railway

    The Cleaner has moved to the top of the market for the Railway Stakes in Perth with his owners having a change of heart about a trip to the west. After he ran third in Saturday’s Emirates Stakes at Flemington, trainer Mick Burles said he wanted to take him home… Read More »

     
  • Adebisi to run at the Sunshine Coast

    Stakes winning sprinters Adebisi and Excellantes will add some star power to this week’s night meeting at the Sunshine Coast. The two were both scheduled to run at Doomben on Saturday but the 1050m race was scrapped when there were only four acceptors. It left Adebisi’s trainer Desleigh Forster and… Read More »

     
  • Lord Van Percy off to Sandown

    After missing the chance to qualify for the Melbourne Cup, English horse Lord Van Percy is set to run at Sandown this week. The Andrew Balding-trained stayer needed to win the Lexus Stakes to grab a spot in last Tuesday’s Melbourne Cup but was a race-morning scratching due to lameness… Read More »

     
  • Eclair Big Bang makes it three for Stokes

    Eclair Big Bang has capped a memorable day for Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes and earned himself a trip to Perth for a Group One assignment with victory at Flemington. The Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot in two weeks is on the agenda for four-year-old Eclair Big Bang who brought up an… Read More »

     
  • Blackiston lands long overdue carnival win

    After 15 years, trainer Nigel Blackiston has finally secured his first Flemington spring carnival victory. Moody mare Suavito broke through for Blackiston’s maiden carnival win when she snatched victory on the line. Ridden by Damien Oliver, Suavito ($7) scored by a short half-head from Girl In Flight ($11) with Amanpour… Read More »

     
  • Hucklebuck snares Gr1 Emirates Stakes

    A surprise appearance from Hucklebuck’s owner made the gelding’s breakthrough Group One win in the Emirates Stakes even sweeter for trainer Phillip Stokes. Stokes celebrated his biggest win as a trainer when talented four-year-old Hucklebuck answered any doubts about him at 1600m with his victory by a head over Lucky… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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