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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Hawkspur’s brother shows serious ability

    Devil Hawk, a full brother to Queensland Derby Winner Hawkspur, has emerged as a Group One prospect with an impressive maiden victory at Canterbury. Sent out at $10, the Chris Waller-trained colt overcame short-priced favourite and stablemate Metallic Crown ($1.28), and the John Sargent-trained Trick Star ($9) in the 1250m… Read More »

     
  • Maybe Even You can improve further

    Trainer Les Ross hopes history can repeat itself after his filly Maybe Even You scored an impressive win at Doomben on Wednesday. Owner Mick Crooks watched the race on television in Broome, Western Australia, as Maybe Even You ($7) strolled home to an easy win in the Captain Morgan Maiden… Read More »

     
  • Of The Brave sidelined with knee infection

    A knee infection is the latest in a series of setbacks to take a toll on the brief career of Of The Brave. The Mark Riley-trained colt was due to resume in the Vain Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday but is undergoing treatment for his latest ailment. Of The Brave… Read More »

     
  • Gollan rings the changes for The Storeman

    Premier trainer Tony Gollan has decided to change a few things to help consistent galloper The Storeman break a frustrating run of minor placings. The Storeman ran his fourth minor placing in a row when third behind Architect at Doomben last week. Gollan has elected to back up The Storeman… Read More »

     
  • Extra nominations for Caulfield features

    An extra eight nominations have been received for the three-year-old features during the Caulfield Cup carnival. Seven extra nominations were received for the Caulfield Guineas and one for the Thousand Guineas for fillies. Both races are run over 1600m on October 10. Debut Caulfield winner Basset, who went on to… Read More »

     
  • Gleneagles to join Juddmonte line-up

    Australian horse Criterion will have formidable opposition in the Juddmonte International with Gleneagles to join the line-up which already includes the unbeaten Golden Horn. Trainer Aidan O’Brien has confirmed dual Guineas winner Gleneagles will miss this weekend’s Prix Jacques le Marois at Deauville because of the predicted wet ground and… Read More »

     
  • Racing official denies influencing trainer

    A senior racing official has denied pressuring Sam Kavanagh to change his evidence to stewards to protect a friend the trainer named as his supplier of cobalt. Sam Kavanagh is at the centre of an inquiry sparked by elevated levels of cobalt and the presence of caffeine found in Midsummer… Read More »

     
  • Board clears Tania Hyett in betting probe

    Tania Hyett, the girlfriend of jockey Danny Nikolic, has been cleared by the RAD Board of the laying of horses trained by Robert Smerdon. It was alleged by stewards that she had, or had placed on her behalf, 34 bets to lose in a period from December 20 last year… Read More »

     
  • Home start for King’s Troop before a spell

    Tim Clark will be the new jockey for King’s Troop when he has his last start before a spell at Rosehill. With Brenton Avdulla, who has ridden the colt at both starts to date, heading to the US to ride at the Arlington Millions meeting in Chicago, Clark has been… Read More »

     
  • Duric excited by Mourinho’s spring claims

    Vlad Duric has been taking the long and slow approach in his comeback to riding following an injury-enforced break. But it will step up a notch on Saturday when he partners Mourinho in the Group Two PB Lawrence Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield. Duric spent two months on the sidelines with… Read More »

     
  • Ritzy to step out on long path to Oaks

    A wide barrier is the only concern Anthony Cummings has ahead of Ritzy’s first start at Canterbury but the trainer has waited long enough to get the filly’s career underway. Ritzy has drawn barrier eight of nine in the tab.com.au Plate (1250m) for her belated debut on Wednesday. A half-sister… Read More »

     
  • Sam Kavanagh says he was ambushed

    Trainer Sam Kavanagh says he was ambushed when his father and a senior Australian Turf Club official met him at a Sydney hotel to get him to change his evidence to Racing NSW stewards. Sam Kavanagh is at the centre of an inquiry sparked by elevated levels of cobalt and… Read More »

     
  • Draw looks ideal for Henwood at Sandown

    A good barrier and a drop back to midweek grade are the ingredients John Sadler is looking for to get Henwood back into winning form at Sandown. Bad barriers have thwarted Henwood in recent starts but a middle draw in the 1400m benchmark 90 on Wednesday has Sadler convinced the… Read More »

     
  • Rudy shows fitness with trial win

    Rudy has shown he is ready for the spring and a return to Sydney for the major races with a strong win in a Gold Coast barrier trial. The Helen Page-trained gelding led most of the way to beat VRC Oaks hopeful Sagaronne by two lengths in a 1000m trial… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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