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Breaking

  • Television blackout on course

    SYDNEY punters were blacked out of the final two races at Rosehill yesterday, preventing them from seeing the cracking finish in the GroupII Shannon Stakes.

     
  • Blake breezes home with a legend

    BLAKE Shinn showed his class with a beautiful ride to get Viking Legend home in the Dulcify Quality at Royal Randwick yesterday.  Check out the latest offers:

     
  • Racing to Win bombs out

    RACING To Win produced arguably the worst run of his career as Road To Rock stunned punters with an upset win in the Group I $300,000 feature at Randwick.

     
  • Piranha lacking bite

    TRAINER Con Karakatsanis was critical of jockey Tye Angland’s ride on Black Piranha, who notched his fourth Group I second in the George Ryder Stakes yesterday.

     
  • Five in a row for Mr Clangtastic

    TRAINER Marc Conners procrastinated until five minutes before scratching deadline before confirming Mr Clangtastic at Royal Randwick yesterday.

     
  • Wait until you see Denman in Guineas

    IT was the closest his rivals had got to him in six races but there was still much to admire about Denman’s effort at Randwick. The super colt was still too good.

     
  • Racing To Win, Denman to steal show

    RACING To Win and new star on the block, Lonhro youngster Denman, will hold most interest on the first day of the spring carnival at Randwick.

     
  • Oliver back on Whobegotyou

    DAMIEN Oliver has been confirmed as the rider of favourite Whobegotyou in the $3m Cox Plate next month – relegating stable jockey Michael Rodd to Maldivian.

     
  • Denman to do a Lonhro

    DENMAN, arguably the nation’s best three-year-old, will continue an equine family tradition if he wins the Group Two $150,000 Stan Fox Stakes at Randwick today.

     
  • Kerry never repaid $1m Waterhouse debt

    IT was the day the most fearless punter took on the world’s biggest bookmaker – a bitter clash of the egos and wealth that ended with a sour falling out.

     
  • Rock on roll with Epsom in sight

    ANTHONY Cummings can’t understand why Road To Rock has “slipped under the radar” in the build-up to the Group One $300,000 George Main Stakes at Randwick today.

     
  • Swift Alliance a real chance

    SWIFT Alliance is going super and I am really excited about watching him perform in the Group One Manikato Stakes at Moonee Valley tonight.

     
  • Gai set to pull off massive double

    THE horse described as the “new Theseo” and another who was almost lost from the stable are set to give Gai Waterhouse a Group One double this weekend.

     
  • Snowden’s group therapy

    TRAINER Peter Snowden, disappointed his beloved Dragons couldn’t make the NRL decider, is concentrating on winning his own “Grand Final” on the racetrack.

     
  • Me Robbie and Fine Cotton

    THE AJC was so embarrassed by the Fine Cotton ring-in scandal that it made scapegoats of Bill Waterhouse and his son Robbie, the bookmaking legend has declared.

     
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    EVER considered yourself wiser than the maestro Bart Cummings? More successful than David Hayes? Here’s your chance to build your own stable and win $10,000.

     
  • Whip ruling cracks

    JOCKEYS will have the discretion to use the whip as they like in the final 100m of a race after the ARB bowed to industry pressure over the controversial rules.

     
  • Done and dusted at the track

    RACING across the country is literally up in dust, with severe wind storms in parts of eastern Australia causing the cancellation of three race meetings. 

     
  • Corey has whip hand

    SYDNEY’S champion jockey Corey Brown succeeded in having his suspension for excessive whip use reduced as an industry revolt put pressure on officials.

     
  • Atelier set for AJC Derby

    HE MAY have been narrowly beaten on debut at Warwick Farm yesterday, but expect to hear more about promising three-year-old Atelier in the future.

     
 
 
 
 
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