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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Jockey’s chance to be King for a day

    A fellow jockey’s misfortune has given Paul King an opportunity to have his best day on a Sydney racetrack as he answers an SOS from trainer Gai Waterhouse. In circumstances similar to his win on Flamboyant Lass for Waterhouse at the corresponding city meeting last year, King has picked up… Read More »

  • Star Rolling out to snap winless run

    An encouraging last-start Lord Stakes performance by Star Rolling has co-trainer Craig Widdison optimistic the gelding can land his first win in 17 months at Caulfield. Six-year-old Star Rolling has not won since the Group Two PB Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield in August 2014. After beginning his latest campaign by… Read More »

  • Birchley hopes barrier not too punishing

    The addition of blinkers is expected to help Punishing return to form in the Magic Millions Classic as trainer Liam Birchley chases the first leg of a trans-Tasman feature two-year-old double. Birchley is also hoping to win his third New Zealand Karaka Million with promising filly O’Reilly Cyrus later this… Read More »

  • ATC employs two senior executives

    Racing administrators James Heddo and Steve McMahon will join the executive team of the Australian Turf Club. The chief executive of the Gosford Race Club, Heddo will become the executive general manager racing while McMahon will leave his post as the NSW Trainers Association chief executive to take up the… Read More »

  • Chad Schofield granted Hong Kong extension

    Jockey Chad Schofield has been granted an extension of his licence to ride in Hong Kong until the end of this season. Schofield has been riding in Hong Kong since the start of the 2015-16 season and was initially on a six-month Club Jockey’s licence. The Hong Kong season finishes… Read More »

  • Buffering out to break $6 million barrier

    Star sprinter Buffering will be the shortest-priced favourite on Magic Millions day at the Gold Coast as he attempts to take his earnings beyond $6 million. The eight-year-old who lines up for his 51st start in Saturday’s $1 million QTIS Quality (1300m), is as short as $1.25 to take the… Read More »

  • Luke Nolen nearing racetrack return

    Luke Nolen is about to take the next step in his return to the riding ranks by joining Peter Moody for trackwork at Caulfield. Nolen, who rode champion Black Caviar to 22 of her 25 wins, has been sidelined with a back injury since May. Monday will be a low-key… Read More »

  • 1st million dollar yearling at Gold Coast

    A brother to Group One winner Sweet Idea is the first million dollar yearling at the Magic Millions yearling sale on the Gold Coast. New Zealand bloodstock agent Dean Hawthorne paid $1.1 million on Thursday for the Snitzel colt out of Flidais. The Gai Waterhouse-trained Sweet Idea was bought by… Read More »

  • Cirrus Des Aigles to race on

    French star Cirrus Des Aigles will be prepared for another racing campaign. There had been speculation the 10-year-old would be retired after he struggled in the Hong Kong Vase in December. But trainer Corine Barande-Barbe says he is showing her he still has enthusiasm for racing. Cirrus Des Aigles’ first… Read More »

  • Racing to go ahead at Warwick Farm

    Racing will go ahead at Warwick Farm on a heavy track. The meeting was postponed for 24 hours on Wednesday because of continuing rain in Sydney. Racing NSW stewards inspected the track on Thursday morning and declared it safe for racing on a track rated a 10, the heaviest classification…. Read More »

  • Magic Millions Classic runner in doubt

    The Toby Edmonds-trained Sundance will have to undergo a veterinary examination to take his place in the $2 million Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast. The colt was found to have an abscess on a hind hoof earlier this week which has been lanced. Racing Queensland vets will monitor… Read More »

  • Victoria to trial 30 minute time intervals

    Victoria will hold a one-week trial of condensed race meetings in February. Starting with the Caulfield meeting on February 6, races will be held every 30 minutes, on the hour and half-hour. Racing Victoria’s Racing Operations manager Paul Bloodworth said the trial would reduce the race day by an hour… Read More »

  • Apprentice fined $2k for weighing in light

    Apprentice Jye McNeil had a day of ups and downs at Sandown on Wednesday. McNeil was fined $2000 after Tigidig Tigidig was first past the post in the Ladbrokes Cash In Handicap, only to be disqualified after weighing in 0.6kg under its declared weight. However he finished the day on… Read More »

  • Fawke double caps big comeback to saddle

    Apprentice Sairyn Fawke continued his successful comeback from a serious injury with his first city double at Doomben on Wednesday. Fawke was starting to establish himself as a metropolitan-standard apprentice when he was one of three jockeys injured in a fall at Rockhampton on June 20. He suffered internal injuries… Read More »