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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Three Melbourne trainers in cobalt scandal

    Three Melbourne trainers in cobalt scandal

    Danny O’Brien is the third prominent Melbourne trainer under investigation for elevated levels of cobalt returned in swabs on horses which raced during the spring carnival. On Monday, Peter Moody revealed Turnbull Stakes runner-up Lidari had returned a level higher than the allowable 200 micrograms per litre of urine, a… Read More »

     
  • Positive tests in Kavanagh, O’Brien horses

    Less than 24 hours after Peter Moody revealed he was under investigation for a positive test returned by one of his horses, fellow trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O’Brien finds themselves in a similar position. A post-race sample taken from the Moody-trained Lidari after he ran second in the Turnbull… Read More »

     
  • Mossara Lad out to impress at first start

    Nigel Blackiston believes rain in Melbourne could be a bonus as he prepares to start three-year-old Mossara Lad for the first time at Sandown. Mossara Lad has shown the Flemington trainer enough in his jump-outs to be convinced he is capable of figuring on debut in Wednesday’s Appelles Maiden Plate… Read More »

     
  • Moody-trained horse test positive

    Leading trainer Peter Moody is facing a stewards investigation after one of his horses returned a high level of cobalt in a Group One race during the spring carnival. A post-race urine sample taken from Lidari after his second placing in the Turnbull Stakes in October contained cobalt at a… Read More »

     
  • Kavanagh fillies to keep stable run going

    Sam Kavanagh reluctantly has numbers on his side as he bids to continue his stable’s impressive start to the year at Randwick on Saturday. Since January 1, Kavanagh’s two Sydney winners have been complemented by imported stayer Midsummer Sun making it back-to-back Gosford Gold Cup victories. The go-ahead Rosehill trainer… Read More »

     
  • Protectionist could resume in Melb: Lees

    Protectionist could resume in Melb: Lees

    The autumn program for Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist isn’t locked in but trainer Kris Lees says it’s likely he will kick off his campaign in Melbourne. Owned by Australian Bloodstock, Protectionist was transferred to Lees’ stable in Newcastle from German trainer Andreas Wohler after the galloper’s Melbourne Cup triumph in… Read More »

     
  • Boristar earns chance in Chester Manifold

    It took John MacMillan years to break through for his first stakes win as a trainer but he is hoping it is only a short wait for another. South Australian-based MacMillan will bring last-start Adelaide Listed winner Boristar to Flemington for Saturday’s Chester Manifold Stakes, adamant the gelding deserves another… Read More »

     
  • Sadlers chasing city victories at Sandown

    John Sadler is more than happy to be putting his son Tom on his runners at Sandown and believes the apprentice is an asset now he has matured as a rider. The father-and-son combination link in two races on Wednesday with Sadler planning to start Gallant Harmony and Marli Magic,… Read More »

     
  • Hardline ready for NZ after Randwick work

    A solid gallop at Randwick on Tuesday has vastly experienced trackwork rider Allan Russell convinced Hardline is a top chance in one of New Zealand’s biggest juvenile races. The Brisbane-trained Hardline impressed in winning at Doomben at his first start but was well-beaten into seventh behind Giulietta at Rosehill. Hardline… Read More »

     
  • Leading Perth apprentice off to Melbourne

    Perth’s leading apprentice Lucy Warwick is looking forward to riding in Melbourne but her parents are a little less enthusiastic. The 17-year-old daughter of Perth trainer Justin Warwick joins the stables of Leon and Troy Corstens next week for a three-month stint. She is in second place behind Willie Pike… Read More »

     
  • Newing set sights on more metrop success

    Training a one-two result has its obvious rewards but it doesn’t have the same appeal to trainer Tony Newing as getting the chance to win his second city race within the space of a week. That’s why Newing sacrificed a potential quinella finish when he scratched one runner at Randwick… Read More »

     
  • Clipperton’s momentum heading to New Zealand

    After an excellent start to the 2014/15 season, which sees him firmly entrenched in the top ten of the Sydney Jockey’s Premiership, Sam Clipperton has been rewarded with a Group l ride, and a genuine one at that, on the Chris McNab trained Trepidation in Saturday’s $250,000 ($NZ) J&N Berkett Telegraph Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Ben Melham ready for race return

    Group One-winning jockey Ben Melham is ready for his return from an enforced lay-off and keen to start building momentum with feature races just around the corner. Melham has not ridden for a month after surgery on an abscess which developed from a saddle sore and required time to heal…. Read More »

     
  • Buyer confidence at Millions sale

    The first of the annual yearling sales for 2015 has realised an upturn in prices and clearance rates at the Gold Coast. Yearlings sold at the Magic Millions are eligible for a lucrative pay day next January when the Magic Millions Classic will be worth $2.5 million as part of… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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