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  • Moody aims for stakes win with Sino Eagle

    The first part of trainer Peter Moody’s plan to build on Sino Eagle’s racetrack record this campaign has been a success at Caulfield on Saturday. The more important part will be trying to add to the mare’s black-type placing from the autumn in the new racing season. Sino Eagle returned… Read More »

     
  • Baron Archer remains unbeaten at Caulfield

    Baron Archer is a massive horse with a reputation to match after keeping an unbeaten start to his career at Caulfield on Saturday. The Jason Warren-trained gelding, who stands more than 17 hands tall, passed his biggest test yet when he raced to his third win from as many starts… Read More »

     
  • In-form Snowdens land race-to-race double

    An early race-to-race double at Randwick with a pair of juveniles has underscored the rise of the father-and-son training partnership of Peter and Paul Snowden. Peter Snowden was formerly the head trainer for Darley Australia and his son ran the Melbourne arm until they began their new venture in May…. Read More »

     
  • Affirmation earns a shot at Sydney riches

    vastly improved Affirmation will travel to Sydney for Group races after an easy Caulfield win on Saturday. Affirmation raced as colt when fifth to the subsequent Group One winner Peggy Jean on debut at Randwick in January, a performance that prompted trainer Tony McEvoy to geld the two-year-old. The Not… Read More »

     
  • Allen reaches riding milestone at Doomben

    Apprentice Anthony Allen achieved a long-held ambition when he outrode his metropolitan allowance with his win on Discreet at Doomben on Saturday. Allen, who will come out of his apprenticeship next week, made it 80 city wins when the favourite Discreet ($3.20) won the Madame Wu Handicap. “It is every… Read More »

     
  • Carlton House in 1200m Randwick hit-out

    Carlton House has begun his build-up to the Cox Plate with a gallop at Randwick but there is no indication where or when he will make his race return. The six-year-old galloped over 1200m with Tommy Berry aboard at his first public appearance since his third in the race named… Read More »

     
  • Payne out to add to jumps season success

    Trainer Patrick Payne has already prepared the winners of some of the richest jumps races this year and is a strong chance to cap his season at Sandown on Sunday. Payne has Sea King and Krase in the $250,000 Grand National Steeplechase while Fieldmaster is favourite for the $100,000 JJ… Read More »

     
  • Estimate entered in Goodwood Cup

    Estimate, one of the horses at the centre of the morphine controversy in England, is among 15 entries for Thursday’s Goodwood Gold Cup. Trainer Sir Michael Stoute is still allowed to make entries for the five-year-old, who is owned by the Queen, despite her failing a drugs test. She tested… Read More »

     
  • Leon and Troy Corstens to form partnership

    Leon Corstens and his son Troy will form a training partnership from the start of the new season with stables in three places. Veteran trainer Leon Corstens operates out of a private property at Romsey in country Victoria while Troy will remain based at Flemington. Troy Corstens said the pair… Read More »

     
  • Popular ‘chaser See More Business dies

    Champion British jumps trainer Paul Nicholls has described See More Business as the horse of a lifetime following the death of the 1999 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner. See More Business spent his final days on co-owner Paul Barber’s property. “He was the horse of a lifetime. He was what jumps… Read More »

     
  • Monticule primed to make Randwick debut

    What he lacks in experience, Monticule makes up for in pedigree heading to his debut at Randwick. The two-year-old will have his first race experience over 1550 metres on Saturday but his trainer Gerald Ryan has no qualms about sending him out over the distance. The gelding is by 2008… Read More »

     
  • Pharrell going for big finish at Caulfield

    New Zealander Pharrell has one last chance to deliver on a target his owner set earlier in the season when he contests the Mypunter.com Handicap at Caulfield. Pharrell joined the Cranbourne-based team of Nick Harnett earlier this year with the sole aim of claiming a city race in Melbourne during… Read More »

     
  • Baron Archer out to keep unbeaten record

    Baron Archer is the biggest horse Jason Warren has trained. And with two wins from as many starts, he is one of the most promising in the trainer’s stable. “We’ve actually never put the measuring stick on him, but he would be over 17 hands,” Warren’s assistant trainer Mitchell Beer… Read More »

     
  • Paul Messara set to manage Arrowfield Stud

    Paul Messara is to wind down his training business to assume the position of stud master at his family’s Arrowfield Stud. The departure of Sam Fairgray to sales company William Inglis has prompted Messara to take the reins at Arrowfield sooner than planned with many of the country’s best-bred horses… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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