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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Kareeming after hat-trick of city wins

    Pat Carey is mindful in-form Kareeming has had a lengthy preparation but will give him at least one more start before sending him for a break. The four-year-old is chasing a metropolitan hat-trick in a heat of the Banjo Paterson Series over 2500 metres at Flemington on Saturday. He stepped… Read More »

     
  • Wide draw against Tiny’s Legacy

    Trainer Nigel Blackiston hopes the trade-off for Tiny’s Legacy’s bad barrier in the fourth heat of the Winter Championship is a better draw for the final. The son of Lonhro is Blackiston’s only runner at Flemington on Saturday and will jump from the second widest barrier in the 16-horse field…. Read More »

     
  • Barrier boost for Kennewell Ipswich pair

    Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell believes good barriers for his runners on Saturday give him a genuine chance to join his father on the Ipswich feature-race honour board. Kennewell’s father Gary won the 2013 Listed Eye Liner Stakes with the top-class sprinter Conservatorium. Lloyd has had his share of success in… Read More »

     
  • Snowden juveniles set to clash at Rosehill

    In a situation the stable would prefer to avoid, Peter and Paul Snowden will have a third of the runners in the two-year-old race at Rosehill on Saturday. The Snowdens are resigned to starting We’re Sure, Involving and Meri Rani against each other after plans to split the trio were… Read More »

     
  • Single Spirit lining up at Wauchope

    Taree trainer Ross Stitt is hoping for a repeat of Single Spirit’s only other visit to Kempsey when the five-year-old contests the Wauchope Cup. The nine-time winner’s only other trip to the Mid North Coast track was in May 2013 when he won a Class Three Handicap over 1450 metres,… Read More »

     
  • I’m Hector launches bid for Grafton Cup

    Promising I’m Hector is on trial for a start in the Grafton Cup when he contests the $100,000 Winter Provincial Stayer Series Final at Ipswich on Saturday. I’m Hector won a heat of the series at the Gold Coast two starts back and then wasn’t suited by the way the… Read More »

     
  • Able Friend working well ahead of Ascot

    Australian-bred Hong Kong star Able Friend has maintained his routine of trotting and cantering under work rider Thomas Yeung at Newmarket in preparation for the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot. Hong Kong’s great hope for the big meeting has thrived since being arriving at Michael Bell’s Fitzroy House Stables… Read More »

     
  • Four Vic trainers hit with cobalt charges

    Four Victorian racehorse trainers and a prominent veterinary surgeon have been charged over the use of the banned substance cobalt. Stewards laid a total of 29 charges against trainers Danny O’Brien, Mark Kavanagh and Lee and Shannon Hope on Thursday, ending a long-running Racing Victoria investigation. Dr Tom Brennan, employed… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver’s Royal Ascot trip in doubt

    Damien Oliver’s trip to Royal Ascot could be in jeopardy after a race fall at Bendigo on Thursday. Oliver is booked to ride Wandjina in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes on June 20 but will need a medical clearance from Racing Victoria’s doctor Gary Zimmerman before he can ride again. He… Read More »

     
  • Cox Plate invite for HK’s Able Friend

    Kong Kong star Able Friend is among 12 international horses invited to contest this year’s $3 million Cox Plate at Moonee Valley. The Moonee Valley Racing Club committee extends invitations to the connections of selected overseas horses in a bid to attract quality international participation in the weight-for-age race. The… Read More »

     
  • Sargent in charge of Segenhoe string

    Everybody needs good neighbours, just ask John Sargent. The kiwi horseman recently had his stable numbers swell by a dozen horses when Segenhoe Thoroughbreds Australia boss Kevin Maloney anointed him the new trainer of the group’s Randwick string, replacing David Vandyke. The pairing is a logical fit – they are… Read More »

     
  • Vic trainers issued with cobalt charges

    Victorian trainers Mark Kavanagh, Danny O’Brien and Lee and Shannon Hope have been charged over high cobalt levels found in horses in their care. Racing Victoria stewards have also charged Dr Tom Brennan of the Flemington Equine Clinic with breaches of the rules relating to the cobalt found in horses… Read More »

     
  • Hadda Couple aims for hat-trick at Flem

    A shift worker with only one horse in work will have his first runner at Flemington on Saturday. Jeremy Kenny will make a six-hour trip from Millicent in rural South Australia to give Hadda Couple his chance to complete a hat-trick in the Ken Cox Handicap. Kenny trains Hadda Couple… Read More »

     
  • Beasley to build more momentum on Ecuador

    Danny Beasley’s seamless return to the Tulloch Lodge fold has the jockey well placed to ride another comeback winner at Rosehill. Beasley is riding trackwork for Gai Waterhouse, rekindling an association with the Randwick trainer that delivered nine Group One victories before he went to Singapore. Six of those elite-level… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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