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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Treve enjoying break before third Arc bid

    Treve is having an easy few weeks before her build-up to a third Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe gathers momentum. Trainer Criquette Head-Maarek admits this season has been far less nerve-racking than last with her stable star. After being undefeated at two and three, she was beaten in the Prix… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys premiership battles continue

    Dwayne Dunn remains favourite to win the Melbourne jockeys premiership despite trailing Craig Williams by one win heading to Moonee Valley. In Sydney, James McDonald returns from an overseas stint to ride at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. With five metropolitan meetings left in both Melbourne and Sydney, Dunn is the… Read More »

     
  • Geoffrey Freer next for Red Cadeaux

    Trainer Ed Dunlop will wait to see how Red Cadeaux performs in the Geoffrey Freer Stakes at Newbury before deciding whether to have a fifth crack at the Melbourne Cup. The nine-year-old has lined up in the past four Cups, finishing second in 2011, 2013 and 2014 and eighth in… Read More »

     
  • Canny Ballad on Wyong Cup path

    Canny Ballad will have his first start for new trainer John Thompson at Rosehill as he begins a campaign aimed at going one better in the Wyong Cup. Thompson has not yet decided whether to run him in a benchmark race over 1200 metres on Saturday or step him out… Read More »

     
  • Injured jockey Amy Herrmann improving

    Injured jockey Amy Herrmann is making slow but encouraging progress in hospital almost a month after a fall at Morphettville. Herrmann suffered head and spinal injuries when she fell from her horse after completing a jumps trial on June 19. Thoroughbred Racing South Australia issued a statement on Tuesday saying… Read More »

     
  • Trainers fined $1000 at RAB Board hearings

    Melbourne Cup winning trainer Brian Jenkins has had a one month suspension put on hold following a hearing before the RAD Board on Tuesday. He was however fined $1000 after pleading guilty to two breaches of a rule that does not allow medication to be administered on raceday without the… Read More »

     
  • Rich Enuff progressing well after injury

    Highly credentialled three-year-old Rich Enuff is gearing up for a return to the racetrack after an injury enforced break. The Caulfield Guineas runner-up hasn’t raced since finishing seventh to Brazen Beau in the Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington last November. Rich Enuff had his autumn campaign halted after suffering a… Read More »

     
  • Long campaign drawing to an end for Duke

    A long campaign looks to be drawing to an end for Majestic Duke who runs at Flemington looking to maintain his strike rate. Victory would give him a hat-trick after success at Moonee Valley on June 6 and Flemington three weeks later. The Flemington win was Majestic Duke’s sixth from… Read More »

     
  • Liaison returns to scene of his last win

    It’s been more than a year since Lucky Liaison won a race but his trainer Kristen Buchanan hopes a return to the scene of his last victory can trigger the same result. The six-year-old is the topweight in Wednesday’s TAB Rewards Hcp (2200m) with apprentice Samantha Clenton to take three… Read More »

     
  • A Valley win could lead to bigger things

    Early season black-type races will be on the agenda for Grisbi’s Run if she can complete a winning hat-trick at Moonee Valley. After victories at Geelong and Ballarat, the John McArdle trained two-year-old will be out to add the Telstra Business Centre Dandenong Handicap (1000m) to her record on Wednesday…. Read More »

     
  • Rising stars to compete at Flemington

    A host of Victoria’s apprentices will compete on centre stage at Melbourne racing’s headquarters in the Rising Stars Final at Flemington. Saturday’s Rising Stars Final is the culmination of a series of races for apprentices only, conducted throughout Victoria during the season. Regan Bayliss won last year’s Rising Stars Final… Read More »

     
  • Queensland jockeys to meet over work cover

    Senior officials from the Australian Jockeys Association will join Queensland riders in a meeting over new new work cover proposals. After the sacking of the Racing Queensland board, KPMG has taken over and jockeys are concerned about reports of cuts to workers’ compensation and riding fees amid rumours of a… Read More »

     
  • McNeil aiming for outright series win

    Jye McNeil will only need to finish in the top five in the Rising Stars Final at Flemington to win the series. The Final of the apprentices’ series is on Saturday and McNeil has been booked to ride the Robert Smerdon-trained Every Faith. Victory in the final heat at Echuca… Read More »

     
  • Sam Kavanagh cobalt case delayed

    The Midsummer Sun cobalt inquiry has been put back two weeks at the request of two people charged in the affair. Vet Dr Tom Brennan and harness racing identity John Camilleri both asked for the delay via legal counsel. Racing NSW stewards have now rescheduled the opening day of the… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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