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Australian Horse Racing News

  • MV winner heads up Lindsay Park MM team

    Moonee Valley winner Highland Beat will probably have to run in Sydney in an attempt to cement a start in the Magic Millions Classic. The colt let all the way to win over 1000 metres on Friday night but his first prize of $22,000 is unlikely to be enough to… Read More »

     
  • Lord Stakes the likely return for Signoff

    Quality stayer Signoff is expected to make his return to racing at Caulfield on Boxing Day. The Darren Weir-trained gelding was scheduled to make his return at Flemington on Saturday but Weir decided he needed a little extra work before his return from injury. Weir has picked out the Listed… Read More »

     
  • Lucia our best as Japanese star In HK

    Australia’s Lucia Valentina has put in one of the best runs of her career in the Group One Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on a day of glory for Japan. Lucia Valentina went out as one of the longest-priced runners in Sunday’s field but turned in an effort for… Read More »

     
  • Preferment midfield in Hong Kong Vase

    Australian trainer Chris Waller says there are no excuses for Preferment’s midfield finish in the Hong Kong International Vase won by Cox Plate third Highland Reel. Preferment finished seventh of the 13 runners on Sunday after failing to muster speed in the Sha Tin straight. “He was a bit one-paced,… Read More »

     
  • Highland Reel wins Hong Kong Vase

    Cox Plate placegetter Highland Reel has given champion Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien his first major win in Hong Kong in the International Vase. Australia’s representative Preferment travelled midfield most of the way and failed to muster enough speed in the straight to be a threat at the end of the… Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan to keep summer roll going

    Trainer Tony Gollan has already won a record amount of prize money for a Brisbane summer but his biggest pay day could be ahead of him. The Gollan-trained Zelady’s Night Out has firmed to $6 second favouritism for the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast on… Read More »

     
  • Lord Stakes the aim for Master Reset

    Master Reset has convinced his trainer he is worthy of a start in stakes company before he ends a fruitful spring/summer campaign. Matt Laurie changed plans to run Master Reset at Flemington on Saturday in favour of the Listed Lord Stakes at Caulfield on Boxing Day. Master Rest took out… Read More »

     
  • Tarzino and Extreme Choice autumn hopes

    While champion sprinter Lankan Rupee will be missing in action for some time yet, trainer Mick Price still has a couple of more-than-handy autumn Group One contenders. Extreme Choice’s debut win in the Inglis Nursery at Randwick on Saturday has confirmed Price’s opinion he can be a force in the… Read More »

     
  • Able Friend cleared to run in Mile

    Race favourite Able Friend has been cleared to run in the International Mile at Sha Tin. The John Moore-trained gelding was found to have slight lameness in a front foot on Sunday morning but has passed a veterinary examination hours before the race. Earlier in the day, Mackinnon Stakes winner… Read More »

     
  • 10 jockeys warned over Flemington whip use

    A return to racing at Flemington has sparked an increase in the number of jockeys warned over breaches of the whip rule. Senior steward Robert Cram said the long Flemington straight on Saturday was a factor in riders using the whip more than allowed. A new rule brought in at… Read More »

     
  • First Seal back on her feet at Randwick

    First Seal has recovered from the foot issue that ruled her out of the spring carnival and is back in work at Randwick. The four-year-old returned to John Thompson’s stable a week ago and the trainer says there is no sign of the problem which led to her absence from… Read More »

     
  • Meeting to protest changes in Qld racing

    Organisers expect several hundred people to attend a public meeting to protest changes to the Queensland racing industry. Organiser Ian McAuley has been an outspoken critic of the changes which include a $18.8 million decrease in prize money and a restructuring of the control board system. McAuley, who is on… Read More »

     
  • Gailo Chop out of Hong Kong Cup

    Mackinnon Stakes winner Gailo Chop has been ruled out of the Hong Kong Cup with lameness in a hind leg. The French-trained Australian-owned horse was found to be lame on Saturday and a further examination a day later confirmed he would not take his place in Hong Kong’s richest race…. Read More »

     
  • NSW, Qld share lead in jockeys’ Origin

    Sydney jockey Tye Angland took advantage of a rain-marred day at Doomben to lift NSW to the equal lead in the State of Origin jockeys’ series. The second day of the four-day series was hampered when three of the eight rides for Origin jockeys were scratched because of the wet… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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