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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Bluebloods shed maiden tags at Canterbury

    Well bred filly Billiondollarbaby has hit the ground running with a strong debut victory at Canterbury on Wednesday. The I Am Invincible filly led throughout in the Pinatubo New To Darley 2YO Maiden Plate (1200m), kicking strongly inside the furlong to hold off race favourite Port Louis by one length… Read More »

  • Enchanted Heart lowers the colours of Lost In Running

    The ultra-consistent Enchanted Heart, who came into his first up assignment today with three wins and two runner-up finishes from his previous five starts, brushed aside any remaining cobwebs from her two-month break from action with a sparkling last stride victory in Vinery Stud Handicap over 1100m. In doing so,… Read More »

  • Sweet Sixteen breaks maiden status at Sale

    Sweet Sixteen is no longer a maiden after breaking through for her first win at Sale. In trials ahead of Sweet Sixteen’s current campaign, Michael Poy thought he was riding a city grade horse, so he was pleasantly surprised to find she was still a maiden. Sweet Sixteen is no… Read More »

  • Delight for connections as patience pays off

    The stable has spent a very patient time allowing the Sebring filly My Delight to make natural progress. Since returning to the Chris Waller stable in mid-2020, still as an unraced horse, the three-year-old has had four trials, with a debut run at Hawksbury, in which she finished fifth, sandwiched… Read More »

  • Caulfield to suit his stoutly-bred filly Olivia’s Game

    Grahame Begg expects the 2400m of the Galilee Series Final at Caulfield to suit his stoutly-bred filly Olivia’s Game. Trainer Grahame Begg is hopeful of a kinder tempo for Olivia’s Game when she contests the Listed Galilee Series Final (2400m) at Caulfield on Saturday. A maiden winner over 2060m at… Read More »

  • Doncaster Mile: Robbie Dolan chases first G1 with Mo’unga

    After winning the Rosehill Guineas, Mo’unga will attempt to take out the Doncaster Mile and give Robbie Dolan his first Group 1 success. Robbie Dolan has ridden in 21 Group 1 races during his brief career, but to date has yet to trouble the scorer, with three third-place finishes his… Read More »

  • Doncaster Mile champ bullish on another win

    Champion rider Glen Boss has won the Star Doncaster on seven occasions. That pretty much makes him an expert on how to win the race. So, when his mount THINK IT OVER (So You Think – Personal Service) drew 18, a seemingly awkward gate, he pondered it all for a… Read More »

  • Buyers splash the cash at the Inglis Easter Yearling Sale

    When the Team Hawkes trained filly Yearning rallied late along the inside and all but collared the $2.90 favourite Ashema on the Kensington track over 1100m on March 25, she cemented the lofty opinion in which she was held by the stable. That was a day when the majority of… Read More »

  • Pinjarra Cup day to be run on new Pinjarra Scarpside

    Pinjarra Race Club’s new ‘Pinjarra Scarpside’ course hosts its first race meeting on Pinjarra Cup Day this Sunday 11 April. Pinjarra Scarpside is the name selected for the new long course making use of the recently constructed second home turn, while the shorter course using the original home turn will… Read More »

  • Cup Night back to his best

    Pat Carbery believes Cup Night has returned a better horse this preparation and the experienced jockey is looking forward to having him back at the races. After a top trial hit out, The Bernie Miller-trained five-year-old is set to launch his latest preparation in the Northam Stakes (1100m) on May… Read More »

  • Brett Prebble returns to another holiday

    Jockey Brett Prebble’s first ride back from a ‘spell’ has ended with him sidelined again with another enforced holiday. Prebble made the journey to Bendigo on Tuesday for his first ride in five-and-a-half months, guiding the Mike Moroney-trained Wisaka to victory in a 1600m maiden. But in a post-race interview… Read More »

  • Arcadia Queen’s racing career over

    Owner Bob Peters has all but confirmed the career of star mare Arcadia Queen is over, after she suffered a tendon injury in preparation for her Group 1 assault on the upcoming Championships in Sydney. Speaking on TABradio this morning, Bob Peters said he’d made the decision the five-year-old would… Read More »

  • Khoekhoe takes on quality field in the Australian Derby

    Matt Cumani believes the key to Khoekhoe running out the distance of the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) at Randwick is having the freshness raced out of him. Khoekhoe was too keen in the Group 1 Rosehill Guineas (2000m) on March 27 when sixth to Mo’unga after settling second behind… Read More »

  • Sydney Autumn, a Time-Honoured Tradition

    “Royal Randwick in Autumn is one of Sydney’s time-honoured events, from the great tradition of Derby-Doncaster Day to the ultimate prize of the $4m Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes.” “Sydney is a global city and the home to some of the very best thoroughbred racing anywhere in the world,” continued Jamie… Read More »

  • Full Field to line-up in the Doncaster Mile

    With seven winners to his name in the Doncaster Mile, Glen Boss certainly knows what it takes to win the Group 1 race at Randwick. And he believes he is on the right horse to add another trophy to the cabinet on Saturday despite his mount Think It Over drawing… Read More »

  • Hey Doc back on track after back injury

    Multiple Group 1 winner Hey Doc has overcome a back injury that threatened his career and the sprinter is now set to compete at the upcoming Adelaide carnival. Hey Doc finished last in the Group 1 William Reid Stakes (1200m) at The Valley on March 19 and it was feared… Read More »

  • Les Bridge to be reunited with Classique Legend

    Trainer Les Bridge will be reunited with star sprinter Classique Legend when he makes his return to Australian racing. Les Bridge trained the star gelding throughout his Australian career which culminated in his win in the rich The Everest before the horse made the trip to Hong Kong to continue… Read More »

  • Qeyaady digs deep for Sandown win

    The experience of a previous outing at Sandown has helped Qeyaady breakthrough for his maiden victory in the IVE>Print Handicap. Nicely-bred two-year-old Qeyaady has carried the Shadwell Stud colours to victory in the IVE>Print Handicap (1000m) at Sandown on Monday. Qeyaady made his debut at the course when beaten under… Read More »

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