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Breaking

  • Sky raising stakes

    RACING’S television wars – simmering for the past nine months – are about to boil over with Sky Channel set to announce its own premium thoroughbred channel.

     
  • Beauty surges to Cup favouritism

    IRISH staying star Profound Beauty, fifth in the great race last year, has rocketed to Melbourne Cup favouritism after an easy win at Leopardstown in Ireland.

     
  • Phelan Ready for action

    PHELAN Ready can outdo some of the great Golden Slipper winners in history if he can win the Group Two $150,000 Premiere Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill Gardens today.

     
  • Fears of Hendra virus mutation

    SCIENTISTS have discovered the deadly Hendra virus is different from region to region in Queensland, and there are fears it could mutate into a more dangerous form.

     
  • Predatory Pricer arrives

    PREDATORY Pricer confirmed he had arrived as a genuine spring contender when he made a successful early raid on the Group 2 Liston Stakes.

     
  • Tackling his own age

    A PRAGMATIC David Payne says immaturity was the reason for his decision not to start More Than Great in the Premiere Stakes.

     
  • Broc ‘n’ Roll a star

    IN 1998 Queensland owner David Devine gave trainer Kelso Wood a $100,000 commission to buy him a yearling at the Sydney Easter sales.

     
  • Test for Phelan Ready

    THE Premiere Stakes honour board does not include many three-year-olds but the betting signal is clear – Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready is a $3 favourite.

     
  • Back on track with winning Phelan

    RACING has been yearning for the emergence of a new champion – and it could happen at Rosehill Gardens tomorrow when Phelan Ready makes his comeback.

     
  • Oliver voted top jockey

    DAMIEN Oliver is our best jockey and Gai Waterhouse the top trainer. They are two of the views of  100 top racing identities in the Daily Telegraph’s racing poll.

     
  • Back on track with winning Phelan

    RACING has been yearning for the emergence of a new champion – and it could happen at Rosehill Gardens tomorrow when Phelan Ready makes his comeback.

     
  • Great expectations

    MORE Than Great’s trainer David Payne is in a quandary: whether to throw his horse in the Premiere Stakes or run him in the Run To The Rose at Rosehill.

     
  • Breakfast with stars at Wyong

    FOUR-TIME Group One winner Tuesday Joy headlines a star-studded cast competing at the Wyong barrier trials today. I will be there with my sleeves rolled up.

     
  • Racing’s annual survey

    THE Daily Telegraph is offering readers a chance to have their say on the major issues confronting NSW racing. So take a moment to let us know what you think:

     
  • Great expectations

    MORE Than Great’s trainer David Payne is in a quandary: whether to throw his horse in the Premiere Stakes or run him in the Run To The Rose at Rosehill.

     
  • Court Command back

    TRAINER Liam Birchley yesterday declared Court Command “nearly another Vo Rogue” after a startling Eagle Farm victory on Ekka Race Day.

     
  • Racing loses popular trainer Pat Quinn

    IT was a day racing will long remember for all the wrong reasons. Trainer Pat Quinn travelled to Sydney to snare a metropolitan win. But the day ended in tragedy.

     
  • Predatory Pricer eyes spring

    HE will always be remembered as the little brother to Takeover Target but trainer Paul Murray hopes Predatory Pricer will make a name for himself this spring.

     
  • Another horse ill in Hendra outbreak

    ANOTHER horse has fallen ill on a Qld property quarantined due to a Hendra virus outbreak, while one horse which left the infected property has been traced to NSW.

     
  • All eyes on the stars

    TRAINER Anthony Cummings has given the all-clear for two of his stable stars, Turffontein and Red Lord, to make their comebacks after serious injuries.

     
 
 
 
 
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