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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Attitude shift could be key to Role Model

    Role Model’s contrary nature has tested the patience of Gai Waterhouse but the Randwick trainer is confident she is finally winning the battle of wills. With an attitude more rebellious teenager than elite athlete, Waterhouse admits Role Model has been a challenge. “She is an exceptionally hard mare to train,”… Read More »

     
  • NZ apprentice starts Melbourne stint

    New Zealand apprentice Michael Dee has been handed a gilt-edged chance to begin his Australian stint with a winner at Moonee Valley. Dee will spend three months with the Mick Price stable in Melbourne and his first ride will be on Royal Snitzel for the Caulfield trainer in the opening… Read More »

     
  • Diamond favourite to step out at Sandown

    The Blue Diamond credentials of early favourite Fontiton go on show at Sandown on Monday when the smart filly makes her return to the races. The Robert Smerdon-trained two-year-old steps out in the Blue Diamond Preview for fillies over 1000m for her first start since scoring a six-length win on… Read More »

     
  • McDonald lands G1 mount on Japanese raider

    McDonald lands G1 mount on Japanese raider

    Premier jockey James McDonald has been booked to ride Japanese raider Real Impact in the $3 million Doncaster Mile. The Group One winner, one of four Japanese-trained horses targeting The Championships in Sydney this autumn, is likely to make his local debut in the George Ryder Stakes as a springboard… Read More »

     
  • Exhibition gallop for Shooting To Win

    Peter and Paul Snowden will saddle up their stable star at Randwick on Saturday but he won’t be racing for prize money. Caulfield Guineas winner Shooting To Win will be one of four Group One winners taking part in exhibition gallops on the Australia Day Cup program. Golden Rose hero… Read More »

     
  • Stingray not wound up for return: Moloney

    He may not be fully wound up for his return but trainer John Moloney is expecting a forward run from Stingray at Moonee Valley. The three-year-old makes his reappearnce off a 15 week break in the Schweppes Handicap (1000m), a benchmark 70 race on Saturday. It’s a big drop in… Read More »

     
  • It is Written gets G2 chance at the Valley

    If the Australia Stakes was run anywhere but Moonee Valley, It Is Written would be staying at home. But given the gelding’s affinity with the unique circuit, trainer Robbie Griffiths is happy to roll the dice and give the six-year-old another shot in the Group Two sprint. It Is Written’s… Read More »

     
  • Endless Shadow to keep rolling at Doomben

    Suggestions Endless Shadow’s win on Magic Millions day was a fluke have made her trainer Peter Hulbert laugh. Endless Shadow gave the popular Hulbert one of his biggest wins when she won the Magic Millions Fillies and Mares Quality in impressive fashion two weeks ago. She will be among the… Read More »

     
  • Fast Cash faces Manfred Stakes test

    Wendy Kelly is on a learning curve with promising three-year-old Fast Cash this preparation. The trainer is looking at this campaign as a chance to test the waters with the gelding to discover what distances, and even tracks, he is best suited to. Fast Cash finished strongly first-up to win… Read More »

     
  • Patience key to Waterhouse’s stakes duo

    Tulloch Lodge is renowned for its `bone and muscle’ approach but it is patience which has underpinned the build up for its two stakes runners at Randwick on Saturday. The legendary TJ Smith was known for keeping his horses hard-fit, a philosophy continued by his daughter Gai Waterhouse. But it… Read More »

     
  • Bougoure hoping for sweet run from Melody

    A Melbourne campaign is possible for well-bred filly Egyptian Melody if she races well on Saturday. Egyptian Melody will be having her first start in the Racing Retro Two Year Old (1110m) at Doomben. The filly has not trialled officially but has had a jump out in the lead up… Read More »

     
  • Hibbs has high hopes for Crusher

    Trainer Michael Hibbs is hoping the unbeaten Turf Crusher can take the next step when he makes his Melbourne debut at Moonee Valley. After a debut victory at Bairnsdale last month, Cranbourne based Hibbs headed to Adelaide with Turf Crusher for victory on January 3. Now its off to Moonee… Read More »

     
  • Matt McGillivray gets first city winner

    Boom country apprentice Matt McGillivray had to overcome a wide trip and a deceptive photo finish before landing his first Brisbane winner on Wednesday. McGillivray got home on Board Director ($3) by a nose to Umgeni ($10) in the Teddy Bears Picnic Hcp (1110m) at Doomben. He was Queensland’s leading… Read More »

     
  • Birthday boys remembered at Warwick Farm

    For most people, Wednesday’s Warwick Farm card was just another midweek Sydney meeting. For Tommy Berry, it was a little more significant. Berry turned 24 on Wednesday, his first birthday since the death last April of his twin brother and fellow jockey Nathan from the rare Norse syndrome. The day… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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