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  • Commissioned bound for Melbourne Cup

    The Melbourne Cup is the primary target for Royal Ascot winner Commissioned following his win in Britain’s longest flat race. The accomplished hurdler won Saturday’s Queen Alexandra Stakes over two miles 5-1/2 furlongs (4300m) at his first start for his new owners and trainer Gordon Elliott. Nick Bradley paid STG65,000… Read More »

     
  • Another NSW meeting lost

    Both of today’s NSW meetings at Casino and Bathurst have been postponed due to the state of the tracks. This is on the back of Goulburn being postponed yesterday meaning NSW will go three days between race meetings. Casino today postponed. Waterlogged sections of track between 1300m – 1100m &… Read More »

     
  • Provincial Plate attracts 21 nominations

    The in-form Leveraction headlines nominations for the annual David Bourke Provincial Plate at Flemington after back-to-back wins. Weights for Saturday’s $100,000 race, which will form part of a nine-race program at Flemington, were released on Monday with seven-year-old Leveraction the 60kg topweight among the 21 nominations. The 1600m event is… Read More »

     
  • Leith Innes to be undergo knee surgery

    New Zealand jockey Leith Innes will spend four to six weeks out of the saddle recovering from knee surgery but will be back in time to partner Provocative in her spring campaign. Innes, who won the Queensland Oaks earlier this month on the Tony Pike-trained filly will ride at Avondale… Read More »

     
  • Tatt’s Tiara a test for Palazzo Pubblico

    For many of the runners in the Tattersall’s Tiara, the Group One race will be the last chance to claim valuable black type before they head to the broodmare barn. For Palazzo Pubblico it will be a chance to test her ability at the highest level before she is prepared… Read More »

     
  • Flemington race an option for Daytona Grey

    Daytona Grey could be given a second chance at straight racing with trainer Leon Macdonald considering whether to run him in the final heat of the All Victorian Sprint Series to qualify him for the final. Macdonald, who trains in Adelaide in partnership with Andrew Gluyas, won the series final… Read More »

     
  • Ex-Hong Kong horses to race for Sargent

    Australian trainers are used to losing horses to Hong Kong and John Sargent is more than happy to be the recipient of a reverse trend. Smart Volatility has his first start for the Randwick-based Sargent in Saturday’s Winter Dash (1200m) on his new home track and goes in as the… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice Tahlia Hope competes in France

    Victorian apprentice Tahlia Hope has finished out of the placings in the Prix Longines Future Stars race in France but says the experience is priceless. The 17-year-old represented Australia in the invitation race for apprentices which is held annually at the French Oaks (Prix de Diane) meeting at Chantilly. Hope’s… Read More »

     
  • Darley Classic on radar for Lankan Rupee

    Mick Price is hopeful star sprinter Lankan Rupee will be back racing in time for the Group One Darley Classic this spring. The five-time Group One winner and former Australian Horse of the Year has not raced since finishing third in the Schillaci Stakes at Caulfield last October. The gelding… Read More »

     
  • Stewards open inquiry into suspicious ride

    Racing NSW stewards have opened an inquiry into Thomas Huet’s ride on Rainbow River in race six at Taree on June 16. Rainbow River was heavily backed from $8.50 into the $2.70 favourite before finishing 9th in a field of 12. “Huet added after being slightly slow to begin he… Read More »

     
  • Jean-Claude Roget wins another Classic

    Trainer Jean-Claude Rouget has continued his winning season with La Cressonniere claiming a brilliant victory in the French Oaks, the Prix de Diane at Chantilly. Rouget has been the dominant force in the French Classics this season, with La Cressonniere having previously landed the French 1000 Guineas before Almanzor provided… Read More »

     
  • Lonsdale Cup next for Max Dynamite

    Melbourne Cup runner-up Max Dynamite’s owner Rich Ricci says the Lonsdale Cup will determine whether the horse returns to Australia. The Willie Mullins-trained Max Dynamite finished unplaced in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot after he was left short of room at a crucial stage. The result was inconclusive as… Read More »

     
  • Songbird makes a winning retun

    Champion filly Songbird has maintained her unbeaten record with a 6-1/2 length victory in the Grade Two Summertime Oaks at Santa Anita. Songbird has won her eight career starts by a combined 42-1/2 lengths for Hall of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer, who celebrated his 70th birthday on race day. The… Read More »

     
  • Order Of St George to be entered for Melbourne Cup

    Trainer Aidan O’Brien has confirmed Ascot Gold Cup winner Order Of St George will be entered for the Melbourne Cup. The horse’s majority owner, Australian Lloyd Williams, is keen to get him to Flemington in November but has warned he cannot win if he get more than 56kg. “If he’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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