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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Pride looking to Randwick with Reverence

    As he prepares the stable’s older sprinters for their upcoming Group One assignments, trainer Joe Pride will have a keen eye on another potential star when two-year-old Reverence makes his debut. The Pride-trained Craftiness runs in Saturday’s Listed City Tattersalls Lightning (1100m) at Randwick while Moir Stakes runner-up Ball Of… Read More »

     
  • Cranbourne jump-out win for Cox Plate hope

    As the international Cox Plate contenders were going about their business at Werribee, Mourinho made a trip from his home base for an important jump-out at Cranbourne. Cox Plate invitees Arod, Gailo Chop and Highland Reel arrived in Melbourne on Saturday and had light exercise at the Werribee quarantine centre… Read More »

     
  • Peace Force back in The Nivison

    There was little between Solicit and Peace Force during the autumn but the stablemates will be separated by hundreds of kilometres when they make their spring returns. Peace Force heads the 20 entries for Saturday’s Group Three Nivison (1200m) at Randwick while Solicit has been entered for two races on… Read More »

     
  • Buffering summer program yet to be decided

    Star sprinter Buffering has raced in four Australian states and travelled to Hong Kong but has never travelled down the highway from Brisbane to the Gold Coast. That could change this season with trainer Robert Heathcote eyeing the Magic Millions carnival in January in preference to the Perth summer sprints…. Read More »

     
  • Two kilogram Melb Cup penalty for Amralah

    Herbert Power Stakes winner Amralah is virtually assured of a Melbourne Cup start, receiving a two kilogram penalty for his Group Two win. The Lloyd Williams-owned horse now has 53.5kg in the Cup and is 27th on the order of entry for the 24-horse field. Racing Victoria executive general manager… Read More »

     
  • Zac Purton rides Fame Game in gallop

    Hong Kong-based jockey Zac Purton has had had his first ride on his Caulfield Cup mount, Japanese stayer Fame Game. Purton won the 2014 Caulfield Cup on another Japanese horse, Admire Rakti, and made the trip to Australia to partner Fame Game in a gallop at Werribee on Monday. He… Read More »

     
  • Mongolian Khan Caulfield Cup fav

    New Zealand stayer Mongolian Khan heads the Caulfield Cup market from Japanese visitor Fame Game. The final field of 18 for Saturday’s $3 million race over 2400 metres will be declared on Tuesday with the barrier draw held in the early evening. The Murray Baker-trained Mongolian Khan firmed to $4.40… Read More »

     
  • Buffering favourite for fourth Qld title

    Star Queensland sprinter Buffering is favourite to win an unprecedented fourth Queensland Horse of the Year Award. Although he missed this year’s winter carnival with an injury, the Robert Heathcote-trained Buffering was still the only Queensland horse to win a Group One race last season, the 2014 Moir Stakes. Earlier… Read More »

     
  • Super One not so super at Cranbourne

    Singapore star Super One has had his colours lowered for the first time, finishing second to older sprinter General Jackson in the Apache Cat Classic. The champion juvenile in Singapore, Super One had four wins to his name before Sunday’s 1000m-race at Cranbourne. The colt was sent out the $2.10… Read More »

     
  • No Caulfield Cup for Amralah

    Herbert Power Stakes winner Amralah will not run in the Caulfield Cup. Amralah’s victory on Saturday guaranteed him a start in the Caulfield Cup and he firmed from $41 to $11. But owner Lloyd Williams announced on Sunday he would not contest the race. “His next start will be in… Read More »

     
  • Rebel Dane warming to Manikato Stakes cause

    Gary Portelli is happy to let others take the limelight ahead of the Manikato Stakes but is looking to be centre stage after the race. The Portelli-trained Rebel Dane finished fourth in a blanket finish to the Group One Moonee Valley sprint last year after suffering interference in an incident-packed… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate invitees arrive in Melbourne

    The three overseas invitees for the Cox Plate have arrived in Melbourne ahead of the big race at Moonee Valley. Arod, Gailo Chop and Highland Reel arrived on Saturday afternoon to begin quarantine at Werribee ahead of the Cox Plate on October 24. All three travelled well with Gailo Chop… Read More »

     
  • Oliver has first sit on Caulfield Cup ride

    Damien Oliver has had his first ride on his Caulfield Cup mount Snow Sky in a work-out at Werribee. Oliver went to the quarantine centre on Sunday morning to partner the Sir Michael Stoute-trained English stayer in a gallop before the Caulfield Cup. Snow Sky is the equal topweight for… Read More »

     
  • Lizard Island on Victoria Derby path

    Lizard Island’s second in the Caulfield Guineas has his trainer Pat Hyland excited about his Victoria Derby prospects. Hyland has always had a big opinion of Lizard Island and the colt finished well to beat all bar the impressive Sydney colt Press Statement in Saturday’s Group One Caulfield Guineas (1600m)… Read More »