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  • Doubt cast over former Caulfield Cup 2016 favourite

    Former Caulfield Cup favourite Tarzino is in doubt for the race with slight swelling in his left foreleg. The Mick Price-trained four-year-old will be examined on Saturday morning before a decision is made whether he takes his place in the 2016 Caulfield Cup later in the day. The winner of last season’s… Read More »

  • Vancouver to stand in America

    Vancouver will stand the northern hemisphere season in America when he finishes his first Australian season The 2015 Golden Slipper winner will stand at Coolmore’s Ashford Stud in Kentucky. “I saw Vancouver in Australia last week and he’s an exceptionally good-looking individual who should sire both racehorses and sales horses…. Read More »

  • Kavanagh denies paying vet in cobalt case

    Victorian trainer Mark Kavanagh denies paying a vet $3000 for bottles of a substance called vitamin complex found to contain cobalt. Dr Tom Brennan maintains Kavanagh and fellow Flemington trainer Danny O’Brien knew he was adding the vitamin complex to drips given to horses in their stables and they each… Read More »

  • Almighty Girl ready for Caulfield return

    Young trainer Mitchell Beer can’t wait to see lightly raced but talented mare Almighty Girl back on the racetrack at Caulfield. The winner of two of her five starts, Almighty Girl makes her reappearance in the Listed Alinghi Stakes on Saturday. Beer, who trains in partnership with Max Hinton, said… Read More »

  • Oliver to miss Cox Plate, Victoria Derby

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver will miss the heart of the spring racing carnival including the Cox Plate and Victoria Derby day after failing to overturn a reckless riding ban. A disappointed Oliver will miss key race meetings worth $11.6 million in prize money, but can return on Melbourne Cup day…. Read More »

  • Guard Of Honour could earn shot at G1

    Heritage Stakes winner Guard Of Honour could earn himself a crack at the country’s best three-year-old sprinters if he impresses again in the Brian Crowley Stakes. The Kris Lees-trained colt is the early favourite for Saturday’s 1200m-Listed race for three-year-olds at Randwick and a trip to Melbourne for the Coolmore… Read More »

  • Weight is right for Stanley at Eagle Farm

    Much-travelled jockey Justin Stanley’s dedication to getting his weight under control has him back in the city spotlight at Eagle Farm. Stanley made a rare recent city visit to Brisbane, winning on Sporting Page at Doomben two weeks ago. He will again partner Sporting Page for Mackay trainer Olivia Cairns… Read More »

  • Oliver suspended until Melbourne Cup day

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has lost a reckless riding appeal that rules him out of the spring carnival until Melbourne Cup day. The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Friday dismissed Oliver’s appeal against his reckless riding charge and upheld the 20-meeting suspension for his ride in Wednesday’s Blue Sapphire… Read More »

  • Scottish right for Caulfield Cup: Appleby

    English trainer Charlie Appleby says he’s excited rather than nervous ahead of his first Australian runner at Caulfield. Scottish runs for Appleby in the all blue colours of Godolphin in Saturday’s $3 million Caulfield Cup in a bid to give Sheikh Mohammed a second win in the 2400m-handicap. All The… Read More »

  • Oliver loses reckless riding appeal

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has lost an appeal against a reckless riding ban. The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Friday upheld Oliver’s reckless riding charge following his ride on eventual winner Flying Arlie in Wednesday’s Blue Sapphire Stakes at Caulfield.

  • Damien Oliver’s reckless riding appeal dismissed

    Damien Oliver has failed to have his 20-meeting suspension for reckless riding overturned after the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board dismissed his appeal this morning. During the appeal Oliver stated that had he been charged with careless riding, rather than reckless riding, he may have pleaded guilty. Dean Yendall, who… Read More »

  • It’s Somewhat favourite for Coongy

    John O’Shea is no stranger to winning the Coongy Cup on Caulfield Cup day and is convinced he has a leading chance again this year. O’Shea has trained two of the past four winners of the 2000m-Group Three race and has last-start Craven Plate winner It’s Somewhat lining up as… Read More »

  • Clairvue to make debut at Eagle Farm

    Trainer Liam Birchley admits he would have liked to wait another week before beginning two-year-old Clairvue’s Magic Millions campaign. Clairvue is set to make his racetrack debut in Saturday’s Fernwood Fitness 2YO (1000m) at Eagle Farm. The colt is raced by a syndicate of women headed by Judy Clairs who… Read More »

  • Nikolic riding ban remains in place

    The ban preventing controversial Caulfield Cup-winning jockey Danny Nikolic from entering racecourses during race meetings will remain in place. The Court of Appeal has upheld the Victorian Police chief commissioner’s challenge to a decision which overturned the ban on the basis that Nikolic “was not provided with details of adverse… Read More »

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