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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Possible delay to Sam Kavanagh inquiry

    The Sam Kavanagh cobalt inquiry could be delayed with Racing NSW stewards to consider applications for adjournments. The panel has set aside four days – July 20, 21, 23 and 24 – to hear the case against six people charged in the Midsummer Sun affair. The Kavanagh-trained Midsummer Sun returned… Read More »

     
  • Bargain buy wins Taj Rossi Series Final

    Automatic Choice, a horse bought for $750, has taken out the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final for trainer Colin Rees. The youngster is the only horse the 75-year-old has in work at Ballarat and Rees revealed he only went shopping for a weanling after his broodmare didn’t fall pregnant. “I… Read More »

     
  • Regan Bayliss wins at first Sydney ride

    The decision to bypass Melbourne’s winter finals day at Flemington has reaped an immediate reward for apprentice Regan Bayliss. The chance to stick with one of his favourite horses, Kenjorwood, swayed the 18-year-old to come to Randwick on Saturday to ride for his boss Peter Moody. Kenjorwood did however, give… Read More »

     
  • Satirical Lass wins in class record time

    Jim Byrne was shocked to learn Satirical Lass had shaved more than a second off the class record after he guided her to victory in the first race at Doomben on Saturday. The mare started at $9 but won like an odds-on favourite, taking out the Country Music Raceday Plate… Read More »

     
  • Four winners for four-kilo claimer

    Victorian apprentice Mitch Aitken has had a day out at Wagga, riding four winners on the nine-race card. The 17-year-old went to Friday’s meeting as a four-kilogram claimer, but that is now reduced to three with the quartet bringing his tally of winners to eight since he began riding in… Read More »

     
  • Peter Moody charged over cobalt

    Victorian stewards have tested and rejected trainer Peter Moody’s theory on how Lidari might have returned an elevated level of cobalt after running second in the Turnbull Stakes. Moody was charged on Friday after stewards investigated possible causes of the level which was 380 micrograms per litre of urine in… Read More »

     
  • Ryan Moore misses Newmarket rides

    Champion jockey Ryan Moore will sit out the remainder of the July meeting at Newmarket following a barrier mishap. Moore hurt his neck when his mount Newton’s Law became trapped under the stalls before a race on Thursday. The jockey was taken to hospital where he stayed overnight. “He had… Read More »

     
  • Brazen Beau again draws barrier 15

    In a touch of deja vu, Australian colt Brazen Beau will start from barrier 15 of 15 in the July Cup at Newmarket. Brazen Beau had the same barrier when he finished second to Undrafted in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, racing solo on the stand side of… Read More »

     
  • Sandwich gate ends with fine for trainer

    Sandwichgate has been officially closed with trainer Bryce Stanaway fined $2000 for withdrawing three horses from races at Pakenham after an argument over a lack of food for trainers at the meeting. Stanaway clashed with Pakenham chief executive Michael Hodge after the sandwiches in the owners and trainers lounge ran… Read More »

     
  • Scott hopeful of stakes breakthrough

    As a former champion jumps jockey, trainer Brett Scott knows a good rider when he sees one and is more than happy to have apprentice Michael Dee aboard Coronation Shallan in the Winter Championship Final. Coronation Shallan booked her place in Saturday’s $150,000 Listed race at Flemington with victory in… Read More »

     
  • Duff hoping Zip decision the right one

    The decision to dodge the Ramornie Handicap with Steel Zip is one trainer Pat Duff hopes doesn’t come back to haunt him. Duff had planned to take Steel Zip to Grafton on Wednesday for the Listed Ramornie (1200m) but decided to keep him home for Saturday’s open handicap over (1350m)… Read More »

     
  • Blake Shinn focused on jockey’s crown

    Blake Shinn refuses to be distracted from his quest for a second Sydney jockeys’ premiership, least of all by his two rivals. In a bottleneck at the top of the ladder, less than three wins separate leader James McDonald, Shinn and Hugh Bowman with six meetings of the season remaining…. Read More »

     
  • Victory Hotel to begin new phase

    A long-standing friendship with owners Brian and Alwyn Durrington has led to Trevor Miller taking over the preparation of country Queensland star Victory Hotel. The four-year-old has his first run for the stable in the Mt Franklin Hcp (1650m) at Doomben on Saturday. The gelding won four races during the… Read More »

     
  • Peter Moody charged over cobalt use

    Trainer Peter Moody faces three charges relating to a high cobalt level returned by Lidari after he ran second in the Group One Turnbull Stakes last spring. Victorian stewards issued the charges on Friday after a lengthy investigation into Lidari’s cobalt level which was above the 200 micrograms per litre… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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