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  • Price-trained colts preparing for spring

    Group One-winning stablemates Tarzino and Extreme Choice are stepping up their preparations ahead of major spring targets. Victoria Derby winner Tarzino is in pre-training at Limitless Lodge on the NSW Central Coast with trainer Mick Price to aim him at the Cups. After winning the Rosehill Guineas, Tarzino was odds-on… Read More »

     
  • Cancelled meetings causing headaches

    Jason Warren is one trainer frustrated by the wet weather which has caused the transfer and cancellation of race meetings. Warren has been forced to alter plans for Been Scene who will be aiming for three straight victories if she lines up in the Showtime Attractions Cup (1200m) at Mornington… Read More »

     
  • Canterbury hopes for This Is Australia

    Fresh from sending Spill The Beans to stud as a Group Two winner, trainer Gerald Ryan will turn his attention to horse whose racing manners ended his stallion aspirations. This Is Australia, a half brother to Group One winner All American, begins his latest campaign at Canterbury on Monday. His… Read More »

     
  • Dwayne Dunn retains lead in Melbourne

    Dwayne Dunn returns to Melbourne racing with the Stradbroke Handicap trophy and a slender lead in the jockeys’ premiership. While Dunn was at Eagle Farm on Saturday to win Brisbane’s signature race on Under The Louvre, he took advantage of any break during the day to keep an eye on… Read More »

     
  • Baster worried by apprentices’ workload

    Senior jockey Stephen Baster says the workload faced by apprentices is potentially putting other riders at risk and needs to be reviewed. Baster, the chairman of the Victorian Jockeys’ Association made the comments after apprentice Regan Bayliss was suspended for careless riding and a whip breach at Flemington on Saturday…. Read More »

     
  • 12/6/2016 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Eleven races have been set down for Sha Tin on Sunday, and while there are no feature races for the afternoon, the depth is once again pretty good, especially with the inexperienced up and comers, most notably Dr Listening in the fourth.   BONUS #1: $501 FREE BET BONUS at… Read More »

     
  • Creator pulls off Belmont Stakes upset

    Creator has pulled off an upset win in the Belmont Stakes, closing fast to claim Destin by a nose. The Steve Asmussen-trained colt was unplaced in the Kentucky Derby and did not run in the Preakness Stakes but relished the extra distance (2400m) in the final leg of the Triple… Read More »

     
  • Oliver suspended at Eagle Farm

    Damien Oliver will be free to ride at the Tatt’s Tiara meeting despite incurring a careless riding suspension at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Oliver was hit with an 11 days suspension for causing interference aboard Onemorezeta in the Dane Ripper Stakes. His suspension starts after Monday’s Mornington meeting and will… Read More »

     
  • Tony Vasil returns with first-up win

    Tony Vasil completed a fairytale comeback to training with the victory of General Truce at Flemington. Adding to the fairytale was the first Group One victory of Under The Louvre, in the Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm, a horse Vasil trained before taking a sabbatical. General Truce was Vasil’s first… Read More »

     
  • Kathy O’Hara suspended at Randwick

    Having made a much earlier comeback from injury than expected, jockey Kathy O’Hara will spend another week on the sidelines with a suspension. O’Hara underwent surgery for a sterno-clavicular dislocation after falling in the Australian Oaks on April 9 at Randwick. Saturday’s meeting was her first at the track since… Read More »

     
  • Hutchings, Jennings shine at Randwick

    Sydney apprentices Rory Hutchings and Koby Jennings have made hay while the sun shines in Queensland. With most of the heavy hitters at the Brisbane winter carnival the two have seized their opportunities, riding five winners between them at Randwick on Saturday. Hutchings will come out of his indentures after… Read More »

     
  • Provocative wins G1 Queensland Oaks

    Weeks of intrigue and uncertainty ended in triumph for trainer Tony Pike when Provocative won the Group One Queensland Oaks (2400m) at Eagle Farm. In a desperate bid to gain a start in Saturday’s Oaks, where the order of entry is determined by prize money earned, Pike took the unusual… Read More »

     
  • Danish Twist adds another black-type win

    A start in the final Group One race of the season has gone from pipe dream to probability for the owners of Danish Twist. The mare racked up her fourth successive win in Saturday’s Listed June Stakes at Randwick to give apprentice Koby Jennings his first stakes win and put… Read More »

     
  • Jacquinot Bay in first-up Flemington win

    David Hayes has credited his country training base for the strong first-up win of Jacquinot Bay at Flemington. The eight-year-old son of Galileo made a winning return to racing in the Rod Johnson Handicap on Saturday. Ridden by Michael Walker, Jacquinot Bay ($9) scored a half-length win from the well-backed… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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