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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Howmuchdoyouloveme to back up at Randwick

    Trainer Con Karakatsanis has confirmed his intention to back-up stakes winner Howmuchdoyouloveme in the Group Three Show County Quality at Randwick. Karakatsanis said the horse had pulled up well from his narrow second to Peeping at Rosehill on Saturday when he led until the final bounds. Soundness issues have restricted… Read More »

     
  • Vet denies trying to influence evidence

    Vet Tom Brennan has denied instructing a senior Australian Turf Club official to attend a meeting designed to get trainer Sam Kavanagh to change evidence naming him as the source of cobalt. Matt Rudolph, the ATC’s executive general manager – racing, has been asked to show cause why he should… Read More »

     
  • Trainers make rare city visit

    The mother-daughter training partnership of Lyn Tolson and Leonie Proctor will make one of their rare appearances at a city meeting on Saturday. The pair, who held separate licences before joining forces in the 2013-14 season, will have runners in two stakes races at Moonee Valley. Three-year-old Well Sprung contests… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW charge racing media personality

    Racing NSW stewards have announced a charge against former TVN reporter Brent Zerafa after his comments regarding a runner in January in which he didn’t tip on the program yet backed personally. View the Racing NSW media release below: Racing NSW Stewards advise that on the 19 August 2015 a… Read More »

     
  • Rudy ready to chase his Epsom dream

    Rudy hasn’t got size on his side but if he can claim the Epsom Handicap it will make for an underdog story for the ages. The five-year-old son of Red Dazzler is expected to improve sharply on whatever he does in his return to racing at Doomben. Rudy will line… Read More »

     
  • Fitness edge for Kimberley Star in G2

    A week after Gai Waterhouse’s Golden Slipper winner Vancouver was beaten first-up by a race-fit Japonisme, the trainer finds herself in a role reversal with the in-form Kimberley Star. The filly has strung together a hat-trick of wins during the winter and heads into Saturday’s Group Two Silver Shadow Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Cannyescent ready for group test: O’Hara

    Cannyescent will be given an opportunity to reveal just how good he is in the Group Three Up And Coming Stakes at Randwick. The son of Canny Lad will take the major step from his debut win at Goulburn, but jockey Kathy O’Hara, who rode him in his maiden victory… Read More »

     
  • Hayley ready to step up in class

    Boom Brisbane filly My Girl Hayley is no certainty to head south this spring even if she begins her three-year-old season with a win at Doomben. My Girl Hayley, who was an impressive Sunshine Coast winner at her only start, makes her city debut in Saturday’s BOQ Kippa Ring Three-Year-old… Read More »

     
  • Jockey shortage hits Brisbane

    Brisbane is facing a shortage of claiming apprentices after two more were suspended at Ipswich on Wednesday. Alannah Fancourt, who is leading the Brisbane jockeys premiership, was outed for six meetings and fellow apprentice Cassie Schmidt for seven meetings. They both pleaded guilty to careless riding charges and their suspensions… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Cup winner heads Rowley Mile field

    Group One winner The Offer will be the headline act at Hawkesbury when he kicks off his latest campaign in the Listed Rowley Mile. This time last year the 2014 Sydney Cup winner was at the top of Melbourne Cup markets but he had a disappointing spring and didn’t line… Read More »

     
  • Arabian Queen stuns Horn in Juddmonte

    Australian representative Criterion has finished out of the money in the Juddmonte International with Arabian Queen causing a major upset by beating Golden Horn in the feature at York. The 50-1 shot answered everything asked of her by jockey Silvestre de Sousa to claim a shock victory in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Oliver set to miss Memsie Stakes day

    Damien Oliver is set to miss the first Group One meeting of the season after being suspended on two careless riding charges at Seymour. Oliver was suspended for a total of 11 meetings after pleading guilty to careless riding in the opening race on Multifacets and in the eighth event… Read More »

     
  • Fancourt rises to the top in Brisbane

    Apprentice Alannah Fancourt has responded to a challenge from her master Tony Gollan and maintained her lead in the Brisbane jockeys’ premiership with a double at Ipswich. Fancourt was the darling of bookies when she upset a big plunge to win on Stitchentime ($6) and then followed up with a… Read More »

     
  • Brenton Avdulla suspended at Canterbury

    A careless riding suspension has put paid to Brenton Avdulla’s hopes of riding at Saturday week’s Memsie Stakes program in Melbourne. Avdulla was outed for six meetings for causing interference aboard the Gerald Ryan-trained Deploy near the 600m of the TAB Rewards Handicap at Canterbury on Wednesday. The jockey, who… Read More »