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  • Banned racemare Azkadellia sold at auction

    Group One winner Azkadellia, who has been banned from racing, has been sold at public auction at Echuca for $615,000 to a private buyer. As to who the vendor of Azkadellia was and who purchased the mare, along with three other horses, Racing Victoria is so far unaware. Azkadellia along… Read More »

     
  • $2million worth of horses chasing $16k at Bendigo

    Quite often ordinary folk, those who never get the opportunity to buy a yearling, wonder what happens to the expensive ones after the sale ring? Well, two of them are clashing in a low key $35,000 Mdn at Bendigo on Thursday. They are I AM A HIT (I Am Invincible-Courtesan)… Read More »

     
  • Stewards overturn photo finish result

    Queensland Racing Stewards have overturned the result of a photo finish at Yeppoon from July. The QRIC stewards have overturned a photo finish at Yeppoon from July 23rd following a stewards inquiry on Tuesday. The result was from QTIS 3YO Handicap at Yeppoon in which Great Fox was declared the… Read More »

     
  • Pinatubo rated best 2YO in more than quarter of a century

    Unbeaten colt Pinatubo has been given the highest Timeform rating for a two-year-old in more than quarter of a century. The winner of Sunday’s Group One National Stakes at the Curragh, Pinatubo been given 134, the highest since Celtic Swing rated 138 in the Racing Post Trophy in 1994. The… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Is Pinatubo the Best 2YO ever seen?

    Godolphin colt Pinatubo has produced an astonishing performance to land the Vincent O’Brien National Stakes at the Curragh by nine lengths. The Charlie Appleby-trained two-year-old was sent out the 1-3 favourite to maintain his unbeaten record at his fifth start on Sunday (Monday AEST). Always travelling sweetly for William Buick,… Read More »

     
  • G1 winning jockey Nikita Beriman retires

    G1 winning jockey Nikita Beriman has announced her retirement. The TAB National Jockeys Trust luncheon provided a significant revelation to the jockey ranks in Australia as G1 winning jockey Nikita Beriman announced to the packed crowd that she would no longer be seen amongst the declarations in the future. Memorable… Read More »

     
  • Comparing Mystic Journey to Winx is disrespectful

    With the retirement of champion Winx, racegoers are looking for the next pin-up horse. After seven wins in succession for a record of 11 from 14 starts, there are some anointing Mystic Journey the next Winx. Ahead of Saturday’s Group One Makybe Diva Stakes (1600m) at Flemington, trainer Adam Trinder… Read More »

     
  • Trainer denies giving Triple Crown winner a banned substance

    Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert has denied giving Triple Crown winner Justify a banned substance which caused a positive test before last year’s Kentucky Derby and blamed the result on contaminated food. Baffert said in a statement he “unequivocally” rejects the implication he would give Justify or any other… Read More »

     
  • Racing authorities defend Justify’s banned drug positive

    Californian racing authorities have defended their handling of a positive swab returned by Justify in the Santa Anita Derby before he went on to win the Triple Crown. The California Horse Racing Board, which dismissed the case, says any inquiry into the Santa Anita Derby would not have been completed… Read More »

     
  • Failed drug test cover up rocks US horse racing

    A cover up of a failed drug test has this morning rocked the US horse racing industry. The New York times has reported that Triple Crown winner Justify failed a drug test ahead of his win in the Kentucky Derby that was covered up by officials which should have ruled… Read More »

     
  • Yearling filly sells for $12million

    A half-sister by American Pharoah to champion Beholder has fetched $8.2 million at the Keeneland September sale in Kentucky. Whisper Hill Farm’s Mandy Pope outlasted Coolmore, securing the filly out of Leslie’s Lady for twice as much as she had hoped to pay. Coolmore own the filly’s half-brother, Mendelssohn, who… Read More »

     
  • The Everest: Did Kerrin McEvoy make the right decision?

    The biggest question in Australian racing right now is: has Kerrin McEvoy pulled the right rein? He was faced last night with the hardest decision in our sport: stick with Redzel in the $14 million The Everest or switch to boom sprinter, the big grey Classique Legend. And he no… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Is this horse The Everest winner?

    You will be hard pressed to fins a better trial than that of Classique Legend this morning who is headed towards The Everest next month. Classique Legend sat just off the speed in Trial 1 at Randwick this morning before rounding up the field to put pay to them easily… Read More »

     
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  • 12YO out to win his own race

    If you can, cast your mind back to 29 March, 2014. On that day, at Rosehill racecourse, the Irish visitor GORDON LORD BYRON, with Craig Williams aboard, came home like a train from 10th on the bend to narrowly win the then $1million G1 George Ryder Stakes over 1500m. The… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys first win knocks race callers socks off

    It’s always a big thing when a rider lands their first winner. But the other day, race caller Anthony Manton nearly fell out of his calling booth when 4kg apprentice Amy McLucas brought ATOMIC BLAST home to victory at Moruya in NSW. In commentary, he said, “And look at this,… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Horse bites winning jockey

    There were some bizarre scenes in France overnight with a winning jockey being bitten mid-race by a rival horse. In an effort to win the Joubert Listed Stakes at Maisons-Laffitte, race favourite Palomba channeled her inner Mike Tyson and bit rival jockey Francois-Xavier Bertras. Bertras was unscathed after being bitten and… Read More »

     
  • G1 winning jockey cops massive suspension for ride

    Sam Clipperton will appeal a one-month suspension which will keep him out of major races over the Sydney spring carnival. The jockey has been outed for his handling of Irish Songs in a race at Randwick on August 17. Racing NSW stewards issued the stiff penalty on Wednesday after finding… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Is this the win of the year?

    Punters in the UK would have been forgiven had they torn up their tickets on this 2YO maiden midway through the running of a 1200m sprint at Hamilton overnight. Dutch Decoy jumped $6.50 odds at the Scottish track but midway through the running he looked more like a $501 shot…. Read More »

     
  • Did stewards get jockeys charges wrong?

    I’m not a stewards’ basher. I think they do an excellent job in Australian racing but I think, like the bunker in Rugby League every now and then, they get it wrong. And here’s one where they’ve erred, I believe. Next Wednesday, leading Sydney jockey Sam Clipperton will face them… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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