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  • Doomben’s thong flip-flop

    THE Brisbane Racing Club has relaxed its stance on the great Australian thong with Doomben declared a flip flop-friendly zone again after a three-year ban.

     
  • Paprika to spice up spring

    LIAM Birchley gets back to business with filly Paprika hoping she could emulate former champion Gold Edition’s Melbourne spring glory.

     
  • Katy to kiss ’em goodbye

    EMERGING trainer Steven O’Dea believes Kiss Me Katy might have a fitness edge on her San Domenico rivals, despite not racing for two months.

     
  • Twin jockers are head-turners

    IDENTICAL twin sisters Tiara and Kirra Lees-Smith, 17, have racetrack regulars doing a double-take at Royal Randwick each morning.

     
  • Brown raps Metal Bender

    METAL Bender gave Corey Brown more reason to feel envious of rival Hugh Bowman after partnerning him to a brilliant barrier trial win at Rosehill Gardens.

     
  • Acorns job bit easier

    JASON McLachlan has some serious decisions to make this spring and he’s hoping Acorns will provide him with another in his return on Saturday.

     
  • Tough times for breeders

    ECONOMISTS may be growing confident the worst of the recession has passed, but difficulties still confront the breeding industry.

     
  • Phelan Ready willing and able

    QUEENSLAND horse Phelan Ready turned heads at Randwick yesterday with a startling barrier trial performance. The Golden Slipper winner has made the grade.

     
  • Mazuka on track for victory

    MAZUKA was bought as a yearling with a dual racing and breeding goal plan. That plan went to the knife when he was gelded last December.

     
  • Cassidy fears Stathi

    LARRY Cassidy is determined to win the new season’s jockeys’ premiership, but declares a fit and focused Stathi Katsidis as his biggest rival.

     
  • Shellscrape to strike

    THE setback suffered by boom colt Rothesay has opened the door for Shellscrape to keep rising through the ranks at Randwick tomorrow.

     
  • Backing a surefire winner

    IT SEEMS everyone is taking a punt on the numbers lately. Forget other factors, racing’s greatest competition these days is other forms of gaming.

     
  • All eyes on the San Domenico

    GROUP racing returns to Randwick tomorrow with the San Domenico Stakes and, while I don’t have a runner, it is exciting to watch the top three-year-olds.

     
  • Making his mark

    TRAINER Mark Kavanagh’s stable could provide him with a Caulfield Cup-Cox Plate double but genius Dermot Weld is poised to win a third Melbourne Cup.

     
  • Metal ready for big spring bender

    METAL Bender gave Corey Brown more reason to feel envious of rival Hugh Bowman after he partnered the outstanding stayer to a brilliant barrier trial win. [melbcupbetnow] [ladbrokesoffer75] [ladbrokesoffer150] [crownbet1000] [crownbetoffer] [crownbetoffer50] [williamhilloffer] [nodepositoffer] [tomwaterhouseoffer] [luxbetoffer] [centrebetoffer]   Starting lineups for Australia vs Thailand! #AUSvTHA #WCQ2018 #RoadToRussia pic.twitter.com/19PeDnVETc — The-AFC.com… Read More »

     
  • Tuesday Joy leads Gai’s Cup charge

    GAI Waterhouse’s quest to finally win a Melbourne Cup is likely to rest with the mare named in honour of the nation’s greatest race – Tuesday Joy.

     
  • Racing twins in photo finish

    RACING experts can’t split the pair. They’re twins ready to make their marks as jockeys. It’s the first time identical twin girls have been apprenticed in Sydney.

     
  • Munce wins prime Premiere ride

    CHAMPION jockey Chris Munce will be the new rider of Golden Slipper winner Phelan Ready in Saturday week’s Premiere Stakes, The Daily Telegraph has learned.

     
  • NSW free of drugs in racing scandal

    THERE has been no evidence the banned substance EPO has been used in NSW thoroughbred racing, Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy says.

     
  • NSW free of drugs in racing scandal

    THERE has been no evidence the banned substance EPO has been used in NSW thoroughbred racing, Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy says.

     
 
 
 
 
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