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  • Darren Weir’s horses ordered to be scratched

    Horses trained by Darren Weir and Jarrod McLean have been ordered to be scratch by Racing Victoria stewards. Racing Victoria stewards have withdrawn all horses entered for races over the weekend trained by Darren Weir and Jarrod McLean after imposing an interim order until the two face an adjourned show… Read More »

     
  • Darren Weir omen bet at Moonee Valley

    You’ve heard of omens…right? We’ll try this one on as we look at backing something at the ‘Valley on Friday night. Now, I’m not saying it is appropriate. Nor am I suggesting it is real, relevant, timely or valid…I just don’t know. Life imitating sport, or art, is about as… Read More »

     
  • WATCH: Irish jockey holds on to score incredible win

    Irish jockey Mikey Sweeney has held on to score possibly the most remarkable win you’ll see all year during a jumps race at Boulta, Killeagh point to point track in County Cork. Sweeney was on board Ask Heather and had pulled clear of the nearest rival with only the final hurdle… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Horse almost falls but still wins

    Jockey Shaun Guymer has pulled off a miraculous ride at Nowra today to win the sixth on the card. Guymer who rode Ahmad to win had to use every bit of his riding ability to stay on the horse in the final stages of the race when the horse almost… Read More »

     
  • Is Swearing Allowed?

    At Gosford this afternoon, all those Portuguese punters will chuckle a fair bit. A horse, trained by Kim Waugh, who should go very, very close to winning, called Safado will probably carry all their money. Mainly because the word is familiar to them – it, Safado, means…Bastard in their language…. Read More »

     
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  • Talented mare dies in tragic accident

    Talented mare Miss Pandanus has tragically drowned after taking fright while working at the beach south of Melbourne. Trainer Mick Kent announced on RSN 927 that the 4YO mare, took fright and swam out to sea. Sadly she became exhausted and was not able to make it back to land…. Read More »

     
  • Top 10: Worst bets of the year – 2018

    Reckon you’ve had a bad year on the punt? Well we’ve found 10 ill-informed mad-men that are sure to provide some satisfying relief from perhaps a slight error in judgment within the last 12 months. This year has seen a casual Friday night at the Valley result in the a… Read More »

     
  • Ride of the year? – 2018

    There were tens of thousands of races run around the country in 2018 but we take a look at what could be the best of them all and it was by an apprentice. Apprentice jockey Akira Kajiya could have produced one of the best if not the best ride of… Read More »

     
  • Top 10: Horses Of The Year – 2018

    What better Christmas present than to sit back and enjoy the top 10 animals on turf for 2018. From Superstar 2-year-olds to another edition of the race that stops the nation, here are our top 10 horses of 2018. Honorable mentions: Osborne Bulls, Pierata, Nature Strip 10. Best Solution Prizemoney:… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm to host Deja Vu race?

    As a boy growing up in the racing industry, many things appealed to my imagination. One of them was this:  what would happen if a field one week, backed up and all raced again 2 weeks later? Would we get the same result? Would class shine through? Well, with the re-opening… Read More »

     
  • Could the unthinkable name clash happen?

    The chances of Yucatan racing against Yucatan increased a fair bit yesterday, although still unlikely. And as it did, race caller Terry McAuliffe made a faux pas that raised eyebrows. In short, the Aussie-bred Yucactan (Domesday-Folk Rock) strolled in at Strathalbyn in Adelaide, winning as he liked by nearly 4 lengths… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW winning the war against Racing Victoria

    Racing NSW CEO Peter V’landys must get out of bed and just give thanks every day. Because everything he and his Board seem to rubber stamp comes up trumps, while conversely, Racing Victoria keeps getting slammed. Regumate being the latest. Until Racing Victoria sees fit to recognise that fillies and… Read More »

     
  • Ric Chapman’s stars of the future

    Potential. We see and hear about it all the time in horse racing. From pub talk to racing experts raising their eyebrows as they speak like they know, they alone see the future saying such prose as – “Oh this horse has the potential to be anything.” And this, “He’s… Read More »

     
  • Winx set to race on

    The prospect of Winx returning for an autumn campaign is tantalisingly closer with the mare in pre-training and soon to return to Chris Waller’s stable. Waller said although the final decision had not yet been made, the likelihood was the champion would have one final campaign. After she won her… Read More »

     
  • Boom 3YO dies from colic

    Boom 3YO filly Smart Melody has sadly died after battling a colic related illness. Smart Melody won her first five career starts including the Group Two Thousand Guineas Prelude before jumping as the short priced favourite in the Thousand Guineas where she finished seventh behind Amphitrite. Trained by Kris Lees, Smart… Read More »

     
  • Biggest Moral Beats Of The Year – 2018

    It’s been a great year of racing. Winx confirmed her status as the undisputed queen of the turf. A new star in The Autumn Sun announced himself on the national stage. Redzel did what champions do and defended his Everest title. And Willie Pike just kept winning in the last… Read More »

     
  • Snowdens charged over positive swab

    The father-and-son training partnership of Peter and Paul Snowden has been fined $7000 by Racing NSW stewards after a Newcastle winner returned a positive urine sample to a banned substance. California Concorde returned a positive to phenylbutazone, oxyphenbutazone and gamma hydroxy phenylbutazone following a win on September 29. A hearing… Read More »

     
  • Jockey quizzed after suspicious ride

    The role of jockey managers is again under scrutiny, with Racing NSW stewards concerned by the activities of Josh Parr’s agent John Walter. Parr was grilled after his ride on beaten odds-on favourite Roheryn in the first race at Rosehill on Saturday, with stewards believing he did not move forward… Read More »

     
  • Jogging jockey narrowly avoids serious injury

    A jockey in Ireland has been left red faced after a frightening near-miss that could have ended in disaster for the teenage hoop. Evan Daly, 18, had been jogging the track at Navan completely oblivious to the fact the field in the novice hurdle race was heading straight towards him. Daly… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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