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  • Weather suits Tickertape at Canterbury

    Craig Carmody has a dilemma over where to race Single this weekend but no such concerns about Tickertape who goes to Canterbury on the back of a wet track win. The prospect of further rain in Sydney has prompted the trainer to enter Single for a 1400m race at Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Ward eyes July Cup with Undrafted

    American sprinter Undrafted is being prepared for a tilt at the July Cup at Newmarket. Trainer Wesley Ward, who has enjoyed success at Royal Ascot in recent years, saw his charge run out the winner of a Grade Three race at Belmont Park in New York on Saturday and is… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW welcomes economic report

    An economic study has found thoroughbred racing could contribute an additional $172 million to the NSW economy if it achieves parity with other states on wagering tax. Racing NSW, which has been lobbying the state government for a reduction of the wagering tax it pays, says $48 million could be… Read More »

     
  • Patience gets Hyland’s Warrior back

    Patience staves off the need for hefty vet bills, according to trainer Pat Hyland. Shanghai Warrior bowed a tendon in March last year and the former champion jockey shunned the modern stem cell treatment in favour of traditional methods of treating the horse’s injury. Hyland gave Shanghai Warrior time in… Read More »

     
  • Ramornie beckons for Vintage Moss

    The Ramornie Handicap is back on the agenda for Brisbane sprinter Vintage Moss after his return to form at the Gold Coast. Vintage Moss ($5) dispelled the notion he needed to lead to win when he came from off the pace to beat Mr Favulous ($9) by a length in… Read More »

     
  • Ironstein could run in Ipswich Cup

    The Ipswich Cup has emerged as a surprise option for veteran stayer Ironstein who is also entered for a 2000m race at Rosehill on Saturday. Trainer Gerald Ryan said at first glance the Queensland feature looked a winnable race for the eight-year-old at his fourth start of a campaign which… Read More »

     
  • Griante settled in for Ipswich challenge

    A week spent acclimatising to the Queensland sun has Victorian filly Griante primed for Saturday’s Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich. Griante will shoot for her first stakes win in the Waterhouse Classic (1350m) after posting three straight wins in Melbourne. Co-trainers David Brideoake and David Feek considered spelling Griante… Read More »

     
  • Surgery unlikely for Schofield

    Cox Plate-winning jockey Chad Schofield is almost certain to avoid surgery on neck fractures suffered in a fall at Cranbourne. Schofield fractured his C3 vertebra after falling from Made Of Ice in the Procon Developments Handicap. Made Of Ice was euthanised after crashing into the fallen Donarchie, ridden by apprentice… Read More »

     
  • Sheer Style returns a winner at Randwick

    One-time Magic Millions favourite Sheer Style has put on a classy display to leave a group of less experienced two-year-olds in her wake at Randwick. The Garry Frazer-trained filly jumped straight to the front and was never threatened in Monday’s TAB Rewards (1000m), justifying her odds-on starting price on the… Read More »

     
  • Sky building for Monash return

    Robbie Laing has a simple assessment for the progress of smart sprinter Lord Of The Sky. Laing has set the colt for the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield on July 5 and the three-year-old has thrilled the Cranbourne horseman with his recent work. “Flying, he’s flying,”… Read More »

     
  • Former jockey Russell Maddock has died

    Former champion Queensland jockey Russell Maddock, who rode for the Queen during his illustrious career, has died aged 96. Maddock was a trail blazer for Australian jockeys in the United Kingdom and France and rode with some of the immortals of the Australian turf such Neville Sellwood, George Moore, Scobie… Read More »

     
  • Chad Schofield suffers neck fractures

    Chad Schofield is being assessed to determine whether he needs surgery on two fractures in his neck suffered in a three-horse fall at Cranbourne on Sunday. Schofield, who won the Queensland Derby aboard Sonntag a day earlier, was one of three jockeys taken to Dandenong Hospital after the fall. Apprentice… Read More »

     
  • Barzalona to return to France

    Jockey Mickael Barzalona is to return home to France but will continue to ride for Godolphin. Barzalona, who won the Epsom Classic aboard Pour Moi in 2011, was snapped up to join Godolphin in 2012 and won both the Dubai World Cup aboard Monterosso and the St Leger on Encke… Read More »

     
  • Prognosis good for Cirrus Des Aigles

    Trainer Corine Barande-Barbe is upbeat about the condition of Cirrus Des Aigles, saying X-rays have cleared him of serious injury. The eight-year-old clinched his sixth Group One win in Saturday’s Coronation Cup at Epsom but was lame after the race. He was sound enough to walk into the winner’s enclosure… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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