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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Regan Bayliss has a day out at Randwick

    Visiting Melbourne apprentice Regan Bayliss has had a day to remember on his first visit to Sydney with a winning double at Randwick. The 18-year-old came to Saturday’s meeting with three rides for his master Peter Moody but because he could not use his claim on It’s About You, he… Read More »

     
  • Damien Oliver gem gets Amovatio home

    Damien Oliver knew he would have to produce a stellar ride to win the Winter Championship Final at Flemington on topweight Amovatio and the champion jockey did just that. In a thrilling finish to one of the feature races on Finals Day on Saturday, Oliver settled Amovatio near the back… Read More »

     
  • Vandyke looks to the stars with Astronomos

    An ordinary start to David Vandyke’s week has taken an upturn with the win of Astronomos at Randwick, a horse the trainer believes has a Group One future. Vandyke was fined $12,000 on Monday for a positive swab returned by a horse previously in his care after veterinary staff admitted… Read More »

     
  • Luke Dittman celebrates city double

    Apprentice Luke Dittman has landed his first Saturday metropolitan double at Doomben and plans to use the breakthrough as motivation in his battle with weight. Dittman, the son of former champion jockey Mick Dittman, is one of the tallest riders in Australia but is reaping the benefits of getting his… Read More »

     
  • Manageress takes out Rivette Series Final

    A barnstorming finish from the Colin and Cindy Alderson-trained Manageress has foiled Luke Oliver’s hopes for a winning double on Finals Day at Flemington. Oliver prepared Jessy Belle to win the Leilani Series Final earlier in the day and had favourite Kansas Sunflower in the Rivette Series Final (1600m). Craig… Read More »

     
  • Way We Go maintains perfect record

    Bargain buy Way We Go continues to live up to his trainer’s high opinion, adding a Saturday win to his midweek success on debut. Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer paid $4000 for the son of California Dane at a sale at Dubbo in western NSW. After he won his first start… Read More »

     
  • Raposo impresses Brad Rawiller with win

    Raposo earned a new fan in jockey Brad Rawiller after the three-year-old produced a strong finish to win the Silver Bowl Series Final at Flemington. Rawiller was having his first ride on the Patrick Payne-trained gelding who was backing up from a luckless run at Caulfield seven days earlier. Raposo,… Read More »

     
  • Early spring plans for Skyline Blush

    They say babies bring luck and new grandfather, trainer Anthony Cummings, agrees with Skyline Blush adding to the family celebrations with victory at Randwick. Cummings’ son James and his wife Monica welcomed their first child Adeline on June 30. “It’s been a great couple of weeks for the family,” Anthony… Read More »

     
  • Dram Of Red forces trainer into rethink

    Matthew Dunn will consider a Sydney trip for Dram Of Red after the two-year-old exceeded his trainer’s expectations with an impressive win at Doomben on Saturday. Dram Of Red, the $3.40 favourite, cruised to the lead and was never seriously challenged, beating Privlaka ($10) by 1-3/4 lengths in the Dimi… Read More »

     
  • Williams gets early treble at Flemington

    Craig Williams, striving to win his fifth Melbourne jockeys’ premiership, has played a starring role on the first half of Final Days at Flemington. Williams started Saturday’s meeting one win behind Dwayne Dunn in the Melbourne title race but has landed three victories in the first four races. Williams started… Read More »

     
  • Pick-up horse gives Blackshaw stakes win

    Trainer Darryl Blackshaw saw the result of the opening race at Flemington as an omen and so it proved when Illustrious Lad gave him his first stakes victory 40 minutes later. When the Colin Rees-trained outsider Automatic Choice won the Taj Rossi Series Final, Blackshaw warmed to his chances of… Read More »

     
  • Possible delay to Sam Kavanagh inquiry

    The Sam Kavanagh cobalt inquiry could be delayed with Racing NSW stewards to consider applications for adjournments. The panel has set aside four days – July 20, 21, 23 and 24 – to hear the case against six people charged in the Midsummer Sun affair. The Kavanagh-trained Midsummer Sun returned… Read More »

     
  • Bargain buy wins Taj Rossi Series Final

    Automatic Choice, a horse bought for $750, has taken out the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final for trainer Colin Rees. The youngster is the only horse the 75-year-old has in work at Ballarat and Rees revealed he only went shopping for a weanling after his broodmare didn’t fall pregnant. “I… Read More »

     
  • Regan Bayliss wins at first Sydney ride

    The decision to bypass Melbourne’s winter finals day at Flemington has reaped an immediate reward for apprentice Regan Bayliss. The chance to stick with one of his favourite horses, Kenjorwood, swayed the 18-year-old to come to Randwick on Saturday to ride for his boss Peter Moody. Kenjorwood did however, give… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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