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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Steve O’Dea calls on interstate jockeys

    Trainer Steve O’Dea has called on two experienced southern state jockeys to replace the suspended Tim Bell aboard his key runners on the opening day of the winter carnival at the Gold Coast. Bell rode the O’Dea-trained Sir Moments and Beau Jet when the pair won at Doomben two weeks… Read More »

     
  • John Tapp to retire from broadcasting

    Veteran broadcaster John Tapp has declared Kingston Town the best horse he saw in his 50-year career. Tapp has announced he will retire from Sky Racing on June 16, 50 years after he began his race calling and broadcasting career with Radio 2GB. Tapp gave up race calling in 1998… Read More »

     
  • Canterbury meeting postponed by 24 hours

    The Canterbury race meeting scheduled for Wednesday will go ahead 24 hours later as Sydney racing officials bank on a break in the weather. The program was postponed on Wednesday morning due to the wild conditions which have caused flash flooding and damage across areas of Sydney, the central coast… Read More »

     
  • Huge crowd expected for McCoy farewell

    A sell-out crowd is expected at Sandown to farewell champion jumps jockey Tony McCoy. McCoy, who ends the season as the leading jockey for the 20th consecutive time, announced his retirement earlier this year. Sandown clerk of the course Andrew Cooper has been in his role for almost 20 years… Read More »

     
  • Nick Hall in successful appeal against ban

    Nick Hall has beaten a careless riding ban, clearing the leading jockey to take important rides at Flemington on Saturday. Hall fronted the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on Tuesday to fight a 12-meeting ban for his ride on Under The Louvre in the Anniversary Vase at Caulfield on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • Stewards launch probe into banned device

    A device used to deliver an electric shock to racehorses has been found during trackwork at a prominent Victorian racecourse, stewards have confirmed. Commonly known throughout the racing industry as a “jigger”, the device was discovered at the Mornington racecourse on Monday morning. Racing Victoria chief steward Terry Bailey says… Read More »

     
  • Barriers set to decide Balfour destination

    Adelaide trainer Ryan Balfour got the biggest kick of his fledgling career when River’s Lane scored a shock win at Flemington in January. Balfour had previously held a trainer’s licence while foreman for his father David and later they formed a partnership. Having taken over the stable before his father’s… Read More »

     
  • Rain puts dampener on Canterbury return

    Officials will wait until race morning before deciding if Wednesday’s meeting at Canterbury will go ahead. As cyclonic conditions continued to lash Sydney, Australian Turf Club officials made two inspections of Canterbury on Tuesday. Canterbury received almost 120mm of rain in the 24 hours up to 9am on Tuesday to… Read More »

     
  • Smerdon takes conservative path with King

    Robert Smerdon is continuing to take a softly-softly approach with the stoutly bred import King Of England. Smerdon had the option of running King Of England over 2000m at Caulfield on Saturday but opted to keep him for a benchmark 78 race over 1700m at Geelong on Wednesday. Originally scheduled… Read More »

     
  • Matt McGillivray banned for drug offence

    Promising apprentice Matt McGillivray has been disqualified from riding for four months after returning a positive drugs test. McGillivray had an irregularity in a drug test taken during a Doomben jump-outs session last Tuesday. A second test on Thursday confirmed the irregularity and McGillivray fronted a stewards’ inquiry on Tuesday…. Read More »

     
  • Sydney plan comes together for Craiglea

    He manages one of the best private thoroughbred complexes in Queensland but Brenden Mackay will return to Sydney intent on confirming his rise as a trainer. Mackay will head to Randwick on Saturday with Craiglea Cruz, a sprinter with a Sydney form angle after a last-start second to the Wyong-trained… Read More »

     
  • Ascot not Newmarket for Ward pair

    American trainer Wesley Ward will aim Hootenanny and Sunset Glow at Royal Ascot after scratching the pair from the 2000 and 1000 Guineas respectively. Both horses could now take their chance in the Commonwealth Cup, the new Group One sprint at the big June meeting. Hootenanny was an impressive winner… Read More »

     
  • Go Indy ready to go home soon

    In the year since her crowning moment on the racetrack, Go Indy Go has failed to live up to expectations. But the filly is ready to make up for lost time. The winner of the 2014 Group One Champagne Stakes, Go Indy Go had a mixed spring campaign culminating in… Read More »

     
  • Colin Little to front RAD Board

    Melbourne trainer Colin Little will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board to answer a charge relating to the banned anti-inflammatory Ibuprofen. Racing Victoria stewards charged Little on Tuesday after confirming a post race sample taken from Phantom Brew at Caulfield on February 14 contained the prohibited substance. Phantom Brew… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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