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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Chautauqua HK plans still to be finalised

    Hong Kong plans for Chautauqua are still to be confirmed after the sprinter was beaten in the Darley Classic at Flemington. Co-trainer Wayne Hawkes said Chautauqua had come through his short-head second to Delectation in good order but a final decision on his trip to contest the Hong Kong Sprint… Read More »

  • Victorian apprentice wins in Abu Dhabi

    Victorian Ben Thompson has won the Apprentice World Championship final in Abu Dhabi. Thompson rode against apprentices from Belgium, Canada, France, Ireland, Italy, Puerto Rico and Russia in the 2200m race for Arabian horses on Sunday night. Thompson won a heat of the series in Kentucky in May and gained… Read More »

  • Pat Duff hoping to repeat history with Zip

    Trainer Pat Duff has more than one reason to hope his ageless galloper Steel Zip can win the first of the summer stakes races at Doomben. Steel Zip, who was the last horse raced by Duff’s late wife Dina, will run in Saturday’s Listed Keith Noud Quality (1200m). The stable… Read More »

  • Criterion’s world travels set to continue

    The world tour of Criterion is set to continue with another trip to Hong Kong. And if the five-year-old performs up to expectations he may then head to Japan. Co-trainer David Hayes said Criterion had come through his third place behind Prince Of Penzance in the Melbourne Cup in excellent… Read More »

  • Red Cadeaux to stay in Australia

    Trainer Ed Dunlop has confirmed Red Cadeaux is likely to spend his retirement at Living Legends in Melbourne. The three-time Melbourne Cup runner-up is recovering from a career-ending leg injury at the Werribee Veterinary Clinic after he was pulled out of the race last Tuesday. Dunlop, who has returned to… Read More »

  • Trainer Darren Weir wins another Cup

    Just days after taking the country’s richest prize, trainer Darren Weir has collected yet another Cup at Ararat. Something To Share returned to a reception from his owners on Sunday worthy of a Melbourne Cup celebration. Like Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance, Something To Share has been brought back… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup week triumphs

    The Melbourne Cup carnival is unique in Australia, not just for its namesake but for the other 36 races over four days that surround the main event on the first Tuesday in November. The Cup is the world’s richest handicap and attracts the best stayers from Australasia and the northern… Read More »

  • Hayley Turner second in final ride

    As celebrations for Michelle Payne’s historic Melbourne Cup win continue, Britain’s most successful female rider has ridden in her last race in England. Hayley Turner announced her retirement at the end of August and on Saturday at Doncaster she weighed out for the final time before running second on second… Read More »

  • Cup fairytale may help boost 2016 crowd

    Organisers hope Michelle Payne and Darren Weir’s fairytale Melbourne Cup win will help arrest a decline in crowd numbers on major race days. Overall attendance for the four-race day Flemington carnival was down by 12,000 people to 313,000, the lowest since 1999. The Victoria Racing Club blamed the decline on… Read More »

  • The ups and downs of Melbourne Cup week

    PRINCE OF PENZANCE’S MELBOURNE CUP WIN THE MELBOURNE CUP CARNIVAL HIGHLIGHT BUSH TRAINER, FEMALE JOCKEY AND LONG SHOT WIN THE CUP The $101 chance Prince of Penzance gave Darren Weir and Michelle Payne their first Melbourne Cup. “I think it’s the sporting story of the year and it’s just great… Read More »

  • Cup winner Weir makes trip back to bush

    It will take a trip back to the tiny bush town where it all started for Darren Weir’s Melbourne Cup win to truly sink in. The boy from Berriwillock, the female rider with racing in her blood and the long-shot horse who had been through the wars combined to win… Read More »

  • Newitt and Beasley Singapore bound

    Jockey numbers for the Sandown Guineas meeting have taken a battering with suspensions to high profile riders on the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival. Damien Oliver, Craig Williams, Ben Melham, Blake Shinn and Dom Tourneur will be missing because of careless riding suspensions. Craig Newitt will also miss… Read More »

  • Guineas on radar for Don’t Doubt Mamma

    Tony McEvoy is keen to test Don’t Doubt Mamma again at 1600 metres in the Group Two Sandown Guineas. Don’t Doubt Mamma is unbeaten in two starts over 1400 metres and has finished strongly both times, but between those wins she was beaten more than four lengths in the Edward… Read More »

  • Gainsborough Lodge to return to Toowoomba

    The Queensland racing industry has received a major boost with the Gainsborough Lodge Racing stables to return to Toowoomba. Melinda Richards, the daughter of the late Col Richards who owned the Gainsborough Lodge operation has decided to move the stable’s horses from Coffs Harbour in NSW. Col Richards died earlier… Read More »


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