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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Hugh Bowman returns at Randwick

    Premier jockey Hugh Bowman makes his return to Sydney racing with six rides at Randwick. Bowman, who won the Epsom Handicap and Cox Plate on Winx in October, took up a contract to ride in Japan for the final two months of 2015. After a family holiday in Ireland, Bowman… Read More »

     
  • Vlad Duric to ride in Singapore

    Melbourne jockey Vlad Duric will return to Singapore on a two-month contract. Twice runner-up to star hoop Joao Moreira in the Singapore premiership in 2010 and 2011, Duric will ride there from February. Last year, Duric won two Group One races in Australia, claiming the Goodwood at Morphettville in May… Read More »

     
  • Bitburg primed for Hellbent clash: Dale

    Canberra trainer Matthew Dale is sticking to an original plan to send Bitburg to Melbourne for the rich Inglis Dash at Flemington. Dale was second guessing whether to go to the $250,000 sales-restricted sprint on Saturday. He said he hadn’t anticipated having quality three-year-olds Hellbent and Gold Symphony being among… Read More »

     
  • Gosford Cup absentees press on for Waller

    Missing the Gosford Gold Cup will have little impact on the summer preparations of Loophole and Dance Of Heroes with the stablemates to face off at Randwick. Trainer Chris Waller did not accept with Loophole and scratched Dance Of Heroes from the Listed race last Friday, believing they were unsuited… Read More »

     
  • Punters warm to McEvoy 2YOs at Flemington

    Early betting on Saturday’s two-year-old race at Flemington suggests Tony McEvoy holds a strong hand. McEvoy saddles two runners in the Better Beyond Plate, debut Morphettville winner Hey Doc and Lessyd, a placegetter at his only two runs. Hey Doc has firmed from $4 to $3.80 while Lessynd is into… Read More »

     
  • Milestone a big incentive for Harry Coffey

    Five city wins in six weeks. That’s the target Harry Coffey has set himself to outride his claim before his apprenticeship finishes. And with a good book of Flemington rides on Saturday, including Chester Manifold Stakes contender Zupacharged and classy stayer Signoff, Coffey has an undeniable chance to edge closer… Read More »

     
  • Kareeming sets off on Mornington Cup bid

    Kareeming kicks off an autumn campaign that Mornington trainer Pat Carey hopes will include win his local Cup. Carey is setting Kareeming for the Mornington Cup on April 2 and victory would give the gelding automatic entry into this year’s Caulfield Cup. But first Carey has to get Kareeming fit… Read More »

     
  • Kings Of Leon can hit right note for Smith

    Matthew Smith’s hopes that Faraway Town could at least run a place behind Capitalist in the Magic Millions didn’t come to fruition with the filly finishing sixth. But the trainer’s disappointment was soon offset when he realised she had claimed the bonus as the first female-owned horse home in last… Read More »

     
  • Monton a guiding light for Quinton protege

    If stable history is a guide, it shouldn’t be too long before Andrew Adkins wins a race on the ageless galloper Monton. Trainer Ron Quinton is hoping Adkins’ turn comes as soon as Saturday when his apprentice rides the rising 10-year-old at Randwick. Monton has been a mainstay of Quinton’s… Read More »

     
  • Dream Choice embarks on Qld career

    Former Sydney sprinter Dream Choice has found a new home with Robert Heathcote in Brisbane where the trainer hopes he can take advantage of the lighter weight scale. The seven-year-old will carry 55kg in his Queensland debut in Saturday’s 1200m-open handicap at the Sunshine Coast. The winner of seven races… Read More »

     
  • Love Spy to prove debut win was no fluke

    Speedy filly Love Spy gets a chance to prove her debut winning margin was no fluke when she lines up at the Sunshine Coast. She tackles Saturday’s $125,000 Sunshine Coast 2YO Classic (1200m) which features three horses chasing a Magic Millions bonus. The Natalie McCall-trained Par Oneri and Heart Skipt… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winning duo split

    Melbourne Cup winning trainer and jockey Darren Weir and Michelle Payne will go their separate ways with post Melbourne Cup commitments for the now famous female jockey the cause of the issue. When asked about the split trainer Darren Weir told the Daily Telegraph “All’s good, there’s no drama, but the… Read More »

     
  • Matt Cameron charged over Mime ride

    New Zealand jockey Matt Cameron is facing a handling charge which could affect his partnership with glamour horses Xtravagant and Hasselhoof. Cameron has been charged over his ride on the Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained Mime who finished second as favourite at Ellerslie on Saturday. The inquiry is expected to… Read More »

     
  • 209 still in contention for Blue Diamond

    Capitalist is the notable omission from second declarations for the Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield. The winner of the Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast on Saturday, Capitalist is being aimed at Australia’s richest two-year-old race, the $3.5 million Golden Slipper at Rosehill in March. Trained by Peter… Read More »