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  • Avenir Certain wins French Oaks

    Avenir Certain has completed the French 1000 Guineas and Oaks double to join such greats as Zarkava and Divine Proportions in winning both of France’s fillies classics. Given an excellent ride by Gregory Benoist on Sunday, Avenir Certain produced a blistering turn of foot to sweep past the leaders in… Read More »

     
  • Rubick getting ready for spring return

    Regally bred colt Rubick is building up to an early spring return with trainer Gerald Ryan keeping Group One options open. The winner of the Blue Diamond Prelude, Rubick finished fourth in the Group One Blue Diamond won by Earthquake at his third race start. Ryan said the Encosta De… Read More »

     
  • Gotta Take Care wins third Dreschler

    Darren Weir and Gai Waterhouse were the winning trainers on a dramatic day of jumps racing at Bendigo at which Bashboy was found to be suffering heart arrhythmia. The odds-on favourite in the Moss Trooper Hurdle, Bashboy was pulled up by Steve Pateman who felt all was not well with… Read More »

     
  • Joe Pride ready for stable expansion

    A few weeks on crutches has given Joe Pride a fresh insight into his stable and boosted his confidence ahead of a major expansion. Pride will take over the late Guy Walter’s main stable block at Warwick Farm next month with Walter’s wife Wendy deciding not to continue running the… Read More »

     
  • Mossfun getting ready for spring

    Golden Slipper winner Mossfun has returned to the Hawkes Racing stable to begin her spring campaign. Mossfun won four of her five starts in a two-year-old season that also included victories in the Group Two Silver Slipper Stakes and Group Three Widden Stakes. John Hawkes, who trains Mossfun in partnership… Read More »

     
  • Triple attack in Tiara from Waller stable

    Trainer Chris Waller will launch a triple attack on the Tattersall’s Tiara with last year’s winner Red Tracer, her heir apparent Catkins and She’s Clean. The 1400m event for fillies and mares at Eagle Farm on Saturday is the final Group One race of the Australian season. For some of… Read More »

     
  • Tony Pattillo signals the end of career

    Popular Queensland jockey Tony Pattillo, a notable absentee from Saturday’s Ipswich Cup meeting, has revealed he is unlikely to ride again. The 44-year-old has taken a job at the Gladstone oil refinery and is enjoying his new life. “I finally got sick and tired of wasting. My body is telling… Read More »

     
  • Estimate shines in Newmarket gallop

    Hopes of a Gold Cup repeat for Estimate at Royal Ascot have risen markedly after the Queen’s mare shone in a piece of work in Newmarket. The five-year-old has only been seen once since her famous triumph 12 months ago when she became the first horse running in the colours… Read More »

     
  • Il Cavallo continues rise at Flemington

    A new and improved Il Cavallo may just live up expectations after the colt dominated his opposition at Flemington. Il Cavallo won on debut in track record time in March last year to evoke hopes of a Golden Slipper start but the colt failed to live up to the promise… Read More »

     
  • Feature race double at Ipswich for Gollan

    Brave Ali has given trainer Tony Gollan a feature race double courtesy of a bold front-running ride from apprentice Tegan Harrison in the Listed Ipswich Cup. The seven-year-old Brave Ali’s win in Saturday’s 2150m Cup followed the victory of stablemate Alma’s Fury in the Listed Eye Liner Stakes (1350m) with… Read More »

     
  • Double to Joe Pride at Rosehill

    Joe Pride has celebrated a winning double at Rosehill on Saturday as he prepares to expand his Warwick Farm stable. Pride will take over a 29-horse stable block with Wendy Walter’s decision not to keep training following the sudden death of her husband Guy last month. For Pride, who does… Read More »

     
  • Flyer gives Waller 200 at Flemington

    Chris Waller looked like he would need to wait a little longer for his 200th win of the season on the home turn of the third heat of the Banjo Paterson Series at Flemington. Waller started Saturday on 195 wins for 2013/14 but a treble at Rosehill and a victory… Read More »

     
  • Scream Machine gets Stradbroke consolation

    Jason Coyle thought enough of Scream Machine to enter him for the Stradbroke Handicap but after he missed a start the trainer was also happy to pick up a win at Rosehill. Scream Machine was the fifth emergency for last Saturday’s Group One in Brisbane and was the favourite a… Read More »

     
  • Alma’s Fury edges Masthead in Eye Liner

    A fighting win by Alma’s Fury in the Listed Eye Liner Stakes prompted trainer Tony Gollan to pay tribute to the six-year-old’s former mentor Paul Murray. Alma’s Fury ($12) gave jockey Jim Byrne a winning treble at Ipswich on Saturday when he fought on to beat Masthead ($4.40) by a… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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