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Australian Horse Racing News

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  • Brown to ride Big Memory in Caulfield Cup

    Singapore-based Australian jockey Corey Brown has been racking up the frequent flier miles in recent weeks. Brown has been making hit-and-run visits to the Sydney carnival over the past month and ventured to Caulfield on Saturday as the Melbourne carnival kicked into gear. And being at Caulfield secured Brown the […]

     
  • China and Singapore join up for rich race

    The China Horse Club and the Singapore Turf Club have joined forces to stage Singapore’s richest race. The race worth $S3.05 million will be held in February 2015 to coincide with Chinese New Year and will be beamed back to China with a broadcast reach of 600 million. The event […]

     
  • Mourinho wins Cranbourne Cup for Newitt

    The Cranbourne Cup could be a stepping stone to the Group One Mackinnon Stakes for Mourinho. Trained by Peter Gelagotis and ridden by Craig Newitt, Mourinho ($4.60) led for the 2025 metres and held off More Than Sacred ($8.50) by a neck with $3.80 favourite Le Roi another half length […]

     
  • Anthony Cummings aiming high with Above

    Anthony Cummings admits he is playing catch-up with two horses he hopes can still play a part in the Melbourne spring carnival. High Above was withdrawn from Saturday’s Thousand Guineas at Caulfield due to mucus in her airways while Road To Shangri La disappointed at his most recent start when […]

     
  • I’m All The Talk to take on Deep Field

    Originally disappointed with I’m All The Talk’s last-start second, trainer Gary Portelli will give him his chance against boom horse Deep Field at Randwick. Portelli was looking at giving the four-year-old a spell after he was beaten by That’s A Good Idea in a 1000m sprint on Randwick’s Kensington track […]

     
  • Bridget Grylls to stay in Brisbane

    New Zealand apprentice Bridget Grylls has celebrated her decision to transfer full time to Brisbane by outriding her three kilogram allowance. The 21-year-old has ridden more than 100 winners since swapping her university books for a saddle just over two years ago. Since coming to Brisbane in July on loan […]

     
  • Purton has high hopes for Japanese stayer

    After familiarising himself with his Caulfield Cup mount Admire Rakti, Zac Purton is enthusiastic about the Japanese stayer’s chances in the $3 million handicap. Purton headed to the Werribee quarantine centre on Saturday morning to acquaint himself with the gelding in a lead-up gallop to the Caulfield Cup (2400m). The […]

     
  • Looks Like The Cat to be spelled

    Star Brisbane three-year-old Looks Like The Cat is out of the rest of the spring carnival after jarring up badly in the Caulfield Guineas. Looks Like The Cat was beaten 8-3/4 lengths into 11th place behind Shooting To Win in Saturday’s Guineas. Trainer Tony Gollan said Looks Like The Cat […]

     
  • Dual Arc winner Treve to stay in training

    In a surprise change of plans, Treve will stay in training next season to aim for an unprecedented third victory in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp. Trained by Criquette Head-Maarek, Treve was earmarked for retirement after her second consecutive Arc last Sunday. But the four-year-old’s owner, Sheikh […]

     
  • Shooting To Win gives Snowdens first Gr 1

    Peter and Paul Snowden are no strangers to Caulfield Guineas success but there was something extra special about Shooting To Win’s victory in Saturday’s $1 million race. And the emotion was there for all to see for Paul Snowden, five months after forming a training partnership with his father. Shooting […]