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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Pressure on Our Voodoo Prince

    Aidan O’Brien’s assertions dual Derby winner Australia could be the best horse he has trained has raised expectations for his elder sibling Our Voodoo Prince. The winner of all three starts since being imported to Australia, Our Voodoo Prince is high in early markets for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups. […]

  • Jet Away’s comeback enters new phase

    Exciting import Jet Away will make his comeback from injury in the spring but the Lindsay Park operation has not yet chosen a date for his return. Jet Away scored two impressive wins in the autumn of last year and had three spring starts including a solid fourth in the […]

  • Thoroughbreds could return to Deagon

    A grass track harness racing meeting at Deagon next month could be a fore-runner for thoroughbred meetings to return to the seaside track for the first time in 73 years. Apart from a one-off restricted meeting during the 2007 equine influenza crisis and last year’s picnic races, there has been […]

  • Tony McCoy savours jumps record

    Champion jumps jockey Tony McCoy has set a new mark for the number of winners after riding It’s A Gimme to victory at Market Rasen. McCoy joined his old boss, trainer Martin Pipe, on 4191 on Wednesday and posted the record three days later. The 19-times champion jockey cut a […]

  • Bracelet gives Aidan O’Brien another Oaks

    Royal Ascot winner Bracelet has fought off her Aidan O’Brien-trained stable companion Tapestry and British raider Volume to clinch the Irish Oaks at the Curragh. There was a controversial prelude to Saturday’s Group One feature when Epsom Oaks third Volume, trained by Luca Cumani, had to be re-plated after being […]

  • Dale makes a flying start to retirement

    The start was perfect but the result could have been better for Billy Dale who pressed the button to let the field go for the last time at Rosehill on Saturday. The long-time Sydney starter, Dale is heading to retirement after a career which includes starting 38 Golden Slippers beginning […]

  • Busy stewards suspend three at Flemington

    Stewards had plenty to work through after Saturday’s Rising Stars Series Final at Flemington, leaving one apprentice on the sideline and another narrowly escaping penalty. Thomas Sadler received a 10-meeting ban after he pleaded guilty to careless riding aboard Friday Hussy in the early stages of the race. Sadler shifted […]

  • Flemington double for Katelyn Mallyon

    Katelyn Mallyon’s ambitions of winning a second Melbourne apprentices’ premiership have been boosted with a winning double at Flemington on Saturday. Multiple stakes-placed sprinter Zamorar’s last-stride win in the Singapore Turf Club Handicap (1000m) brought up the double for Mallyon to send her two wins clear in a competitive race […]

  • Generalife wins the Listed Winter Stakes

    He may not be at the top of the Darley tree, but Generalife’s second successive stakes win has cemented him as a valuable member of Sheikh Mohammed’s Australian team. The four-year-old was unchallenged in betting as the $2.60 favourite for Saturday’s Listed Winter Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill and lived up […]

  • Rocky King in frame for Melbourne carnival

    Tough gelding Rocky King earned himself a Melbourne trip and created extra opportunities for his future in winning at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Trained by Tom Bourke, Rocky King ($3.60) worked his way to the lead and kept going to win the Netball Disney Classic Handicap (1300m). Bourke said Rocky […]