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Australian Horse Racing News

  • OTI Racing chasing more big spring success

    Count Of Limonade will head for the spelling paddock irrespective of how he races in the Ballarat Cup. An Irish-bred son of Duke Of Marmalade, Count Of Limonade is part-owned by OTI Racing who will be out to continue its recent run of success in Saturday’s 2200-metre feature event at… Read More »

     
  • Lordag win confirms merit of stable switch

    Country trainer Neil Owen’s decision to send promising galloper Lordag to a city stable continued to pay dividends at the Gold Coast on Wednesday. Owen usually mixes his business as a pharmacy owner with owning and training horses at Oakey, west of Toowoomba. He races his horses around Queensland’s country… Read More »

     
  • Modest Moore strives for racing perfection

    Ryan Moore admits it is flattering to be hailed as the best rider in the world, but is not letting such praise go to his head. Moore has enjoyed another stellar year, with Protectionist’s Melbourne Cup win filling another rare blank on his packed CV. His perfectly timed delivery of… Read More »

     
  • Weighty task for Love Rocks in Keith Noud

    Trainer Steve Tregea is bewildered by the rating handicap system which has made smart sprinter Love Rocks one of the topweights in a stakes race at Doomben. Love Rocks has won one open-company race but will carry 58kg in the Listed Keith Noud Handicap (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. The… Read More »

     
  • ATC and banned employees part company

    The two Australian Turf Club employees at the centre of a betting scandal have ended their tenure with the club. After they received hefty Racing NSW disqualifications for breaching the Australian rules of racing for placing bets on race days, racing clerk Shaun Lyall and betting services manager Murray Conallin… Read More »

     
  • ATC employees sacked over race-day betting

    The Australian Turf Club has sacked two employees at the centre of a Sydney racing betting scandal. After they received hefty Racing NSW disqualifications for breaching the Australian rules of racing for placing bets on race days, racing clerk Shaun Lyall and betting services manager Murray Conallin have parted ways… Read More »

     
  • Racing icon Freedman returns to training

    LEE FREEDMAN’S TRAINING CAREER * Inducted into the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame in 2003 * 124 Group One wins, including five Melbourne Cups, four Caulfield Cups, four Golden Slippers and two Cox Plates * Trained winners of the Melbourne Cup, Cox Plate and Caulfield Cup in 1992 * In… Read More »

     
  • Valcot set to go distance in hat-trick bid

    Luke Griffith has asked a lot of Valcot since the sprinter arrived at his stable as a Sydney discard. But the Scone trainer is willing to try his luck even further as he sets Valcot for a city hat-trick at Randwick on Saturday. Given up as a metropolitan prospect after… Read More »

     
  • Anthony Cummings to stay close to home

    Barely a week after Bart and James Cummings announced they were closing their Flemington stable, another member of the family has shut up shop in Melbourne. Anthony Cummings, the trainer son of Bart and father of James, has confirmed he will no longer have a base at Caulfield. Viruses took… Read More »

     
  • Date set for Tegan Harrison ban appeals

    Jockey Tegan Harrison will have her appeals against two suspensions heard on Friday. Harrison has been riding on a stay of proceedings for a month, allowing her to take the mount on Temple Of Boom in the Group One Manikato Stakes and Group One Darley Classic during the Melbourne spring… Read More »

     
  • Part-timer after first win on metrop track

    Hobby trainer Matthew Gilmore heads to Sandown on Wednesday in search of a first city victory. Gilmore saddles up Tallat who is chasing a hat-trick of wins in the Schweppes Handicap (1600m). Tallat won a race at a metropolitan meeting held at Mornington in September last year, however Gilmore is… Read More »

     
  • Kavanagh adds to Rawiller Canterbury book

    Leading jockey Brad Rawiller will be trying to ride winners for family as well as a close friend during a midweek cameo at Canterbury. One of Australia’s most dedicated riders with multiple national premierships to his credit, Rawiller will head to Sydney on Wednesday to ride two horses for his… Read More »

     
  • Lee Freedman to return to training

    Lee Freedman has been lured back to training and will join his brother Anthony in a partnership. The five-time Melbourne Cup winning trainer said he had missed the lifestyle and had more to offer. “I’m very excited to be getting back into training. I’ve spent the best part of three… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Tom Queally banned from driving

    Frankel’s jockey Tom Queally has been banned from driving for 22 months after a court rejected his claim he was sleep walking while drink driving. Queally, who rode the unbeaten Frankel to all his 14 wins, was more than twice over the limit after being found asleep behind the wheel… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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