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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Magicool wins Group One Queensland Derby

    Victorian three-year-old Magicool has outstayed his rivals to win the $600,000 Queensland Derby at Doomben. Covering ground for the entire 2200m, Magicool launched his bid for James Winks as the widest runner on the turn and the Mark Kavanagh-trained gelding kept lifting to beat the New Zealander Werther. Jumbo Prince… Read More »

     
  • Press Statement delivers for Waller in G1

    Trainer Chris Waller believes the hard work is over with unbeaten two-year-old Press Statement who gave him his 14th Group One winner for the season on Saturday. Waller said he could now enjoy the rest of Press Statement’s career after the colt won the Group One JJ Atkins at Doomben… Read More »

     
  • RV wants Seven to broadcast racing in Vic

    Seven West Media is the media partner of choice of Racing Victoria for the future broadcasting of Victorian racing. Racing Victoria has informed the Melbourne Racing Club, Victoria Racing Club and Moonee Valley Racing Club as well as Country Racing Victoria of their preferred choice and has asked them to… Read More »

     
  • Moody trains early Moonee Valley double

    Noela’s Choice has relished getting back on a soft track with the mare bringing up an early race-to-race double for trainer Peter Moody at Moonee Valley. After three-year-old Radical led in a stable quinella in the Essendon Nissan Handicap in the second race on Saturday, Noela’s Choice came out a… Read More »

     
  • Jabali breaks duck in Queensland Guineas

    Winning a Group Two race is an ideal way to shed your maiden status. Jabali shook off one of racing’s most unwanted labels when he won Saturday’s Queensland Guineas (1600m) at Doomben at his 14th career start. Beaten as an odds-on favourite in midweek races at Geelong and Werribee at… Read More »

     
  • Press Statement wins Group One JJ Atkins

    Chris Waller continued his plunder of Group One races during the Queensland winter carnival when Press Statement won the JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday. Going into the biggest meeting of the winter, Waller had already captured carnival Group One wins with Boban in the Doomben 10,000 and Winx in… Read More »

     
  • Hazard upsets Catkins in Gr 2 Dane Ripper

    Tough mare Hazard could have extended her racing career thanks to some smart thinking by her trainer Lee Freedman. Hazard ($8) came from near last to beat the favourite Catkins ($1.90) by 1-1/4 lengths in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday. However, if it hadn’t been… Read More »

     
  • Vic wants racings media rights with Seven

    Racing Victoria has recommended the state’s clubs sign with Seven West Media in a combined free-to-air and digital broadcast deal. RV has asked the Melbourne Racing Club, Moonee Valley Racing Club, Victoria Racing Club and Country Racing Victoria to consider the proposal. Seven and the TAB-owned Sky Racing have both… Read More »

     
  • Quick back-up not enough to stop Safariann

    Trainer Colin Little is known for his patience, ensuring the tip was out well before two-year-old filly Safariann won at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Safariann backed up eight days after her debut victory at Geelong to score a last-stride win in the Pendragon @ Think Big Stud Handicap under Damien… Read More »

     
  • One-two finish for Chris Waller at Doomben

    Champion trainer Chris Waller has a Group One mission in mind for Strawberry Boy and Flamingo Star after they gave him a one-two finish in the Wayne Wilson Mile at Doomben on Saturday. Strawberry Boy, the $2.20 favourite, had a short neck to spare from Flamingo Star ($4.80) in a… Read More »

     
  • Spill The Beans impressive in Randwick win

    The early spring three-year-old features are now firmly in the sights of Spill The Beans who has caused a minor upset at Randwick. The Gerald Ryan-trained colt beat older horses on debut at Gosford and brought that form with him on Saturday. He had late support in the two-year-old race… Read More »

     
  • Nothing Flippant about Doomben Listed win

    Trainer Peter Snowden hopes it will be a dry spring in Sydney and Melbourne after impressive filly Flippant continued on her winning way at Doomben on Saturday. Flippant was given the run of the race behind the pace by jockey Hugh Bowman before coming away to beat Harlem River ($5)… Read More »

     
  • Excellantes salutes in Hinkler Handicap

    Veteran sprinter Excellantes provided trainer Robert Heathcote with some timely funds for a holiday when he won Saturday’s Hinkler Handicap at Doomben. Ridden by Michael Cahill, Excellantes ($12) scored by a neck from the favourite Kaepernick ($3.80) with Into The Red ($4.60) a long head away third. Heathcote heads to… Read More »

     
  • Chad Schofield rides winner in England

    Australian jockey Chad Schofield has ridden his first winner in England aboard Imtiyaaz for trainer Roger Varian. The odds-on chance lived up to her favouritism with a 4-1/2 length victory in an 1100m maiden at Bath on Friday. Schofield is spending the Australian winter in England and has been riding… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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