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Australian Horse Racing News

  • James Cummings is bullish ahead of G1

    After a brace of placings in Australia’s most prestigious two-year-old races, Godolphin believes the stage is set for Anamoe to finally snare a juvenile feature. The youngster flashed home for third in the Blue Diamond Stakes three starts ago and again closed strongly when runner-up to Stay Inside in the… Read More »

     
  • Daniel Bowman has his eye on hometown Warrnambool Cup

    Daniel Bowman has his eye on his hometown Cup, with the MRC Chairman’s Club Handicap at Caulfield an important stepping stone to that engagement. Irish import Blenheim Palace takes an important step towards his immediate goal when he runs at Caulfield. Daniel Bowman is eyeing the Listed Warrnambool Cup (2350m)… Read More »

     
  • Cordilla fresh and ready for Caulfield assignment

    Danny O’Brien is banking on a favourable track condition enabling Cordilla to return to the winner’s list at Caulfield. The 1100m of the Catanach’s Jewellers Handicap on Saturday will be the shortest trip the mare has raced over in a 10-start career, that has netted four wins, but O’Brien is… Read More »

     
  • Sky’s the limit for Australian Derby hope

    It has been four years since Paul Perry’s last G1 win but Rosehill Guineas runner-up Sky Lab might be the horse to break the drought. Most famous for his trailblazing feats with internationally renowned sprinter Choisir, Perry, by his own admission, has had a quiet couple of seasons. His big… Read More »

     
  • Young trainer chasing stakes win at Caulfield

    The Galilee Series Final at Caulfield has important significance for young trainer Ben Brisbourne as he builds his fledgling career. After a stint with Lindsay Park, Brisbourne branched out on his own in June 2018 and has prepared 32 winners, one of which is Secret Sheema who runs in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Country Championships Final – How the field came together

    There are some interesting dynamics coming out of the jockey engagements for the Newhaven Park Country Championships Final at Randwick on Saturday. Ten riders (62.5 percent) of those who successfully guided their horses through the qualifying stage to gain a place in the Country Championship final have retained their rides… Read More »

     
  • Doncaster Mile: Forbidden Love out to emulate Sunline

    Forbidden Love is shooting to become the first filly in more than two decades to win the Doncaster Mile. The last time Forbidden Love contested a G1 race over a mile, she was an immature filly still learning how to be a racehorse. When she takes her place in Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • David Harrison out to cause WA Derby upset

    David Harrison is less confident than he was in the WA Oaks, but he doesn’t mind going into the Schweppes WA Derby on Saturday as the underdog once more. Harrison only has to look back to Lunar Impact’s boil over WA Oaks victory at $51 to realise that upsets in… Read More »

     
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  • Trainer Roy Rogers confident ahead of Pinjarra Cup

    Great Southern trainer Roy Rogers says stable newcomer Brutus Maximus has the ability to win the Tabtouch-Pinjarra Cup (2300m) on Sunday. Brutus Maximus raced his way into contention for the Listed provincial feature after passing a distance query in last Sunday’s Albany Cup (2100m). Facing his first acid test beyond… Read More »

     
  • Eduardo in the zone ahead of TJ Smith Stakes clash

    A first-up win over Nature Strip in track record time has left Eduardo’s trainer Joe Pride in no doubt his charge is ready for his latest showdown with the star speedster. With the mantle of Sydney’s supreme sprinter up for grabs in the T J Smith Stakes, Eduardo’s trainer Joe… Read More »

     
  • John Sadler out to continue good form at Caulfield

    In form John Sadler again has strong representation with Cheerful Legend, South Parade and Mozzie Monster all lining up at Caulfield. John Sadler is banking on a drop in distance to see his two-year-old Cheerful Legend back in the winner’s enclosure at Caulfield. Successful over 1200m at The Valley in… Read More »

     
  • Brett Cavanough to test the waters with Fender at Doomben

    Scone trainer Brett Cavanough has a handful of horses in his stable earmarked for a potential Queensland carnival tilt, with Fender set to be the first to test the waters when he runs at Doomben on Saturday. Fender takes on brilliant first up winner Amiche in the Benchmark 78 Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Doncaster Mile field gets a shake-up

    Kris Lees will rely on Mugatoo in his quest for a first Doncaster Mile win after stablemate Gem Song pulled up sore following trackwork on Thursday. Despite being down to one runner in the Doncaster Mile field, Kris Lees has arguably his best chance yet to carve out a first… Read More »

     
  • Vegas Knight chasing another Caulfield win

    There won’t be any holding back Vegas Knight when he runs in The Promenade By Geoff Lindsay of Lamaro’s Hotel Handicap at Caulfield. Caulfield-based trainer Colin Little has always held Vegas Knight in high regard but doubts the gelding will fulfill his potential. Vegas Knight has won only two of… Read More »

     
  • Controversial Doncaster Mile horse gains a start

    Controversial Doncaster Mile omission Icebath has gained a start in Saturday’s field after the Kris Lees trained Gem Song was scratched on Thursday. The decision to make Icebath an emergency in the $3m feature event at Randwick this week was controversial with plenty of fans questioning the decision to include… Read More »

     
  • Grand National: Remembering the great Red Rum

    Jumps racing has its followers and its detractors … with both groups equally as passionate about their cause. That fact has to be acknowledged but, whatever the rights and wrongs of the sport, the Grand National, which will take place at Aintree this Saturday, has its place entrenched in jumps… Read More »

     
  • Alysha Collett chases stakes win at Randwick

    Jamie Kah and Rachel King have become household names in racing and trainer John Sargent is predicting a similarly bright future for Alysha Collett. Melbourne jockeys’ premiership leader Kah and King have six G1 rides between them at Randwick on Saturday, while Collett gets a black-type opportunity aboard Land Ahoy… Read More »

     
  • Elusive Australian Derby win in sight for Waterhouse, Bott

    Tulloch Lodge is putting its faith in an inexperienced three-year-old to deliver Gai Waterhouse an overdue victory in one of the few Sydney G1 races to elude her. Despite the success of new wave races like The Everest and All-Star Mile, the classics still carry a history and prestige that… Read More »

     
  • About Boss, Bivouac and biting back

    On the weekend of March 27/28, the racing world was given two examples which emphasised that it doesn’t matter what your status is in the game, nobody is immune from deep disappointment. On that Saturday at Meydan in Dubai, a horse called Great Scot dropped Frankie Dettori as the field… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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