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  • Jockey Nick Heywood outed for 10 months

    Riverina jockey Nick Heywood has been suspended for 10 months after testing positive to a banned substance. Racing NSW stewards penalised Heywood after he pleaded guilty to returning the positive sample after riding at the Wagga Wagga races on July 8. While Heywood’s licence was suspended in full for 10… Read More »

     
  • G1 winner Toy Show 44 years on turns up in Canada

    Let me ask you this – which horse, when you were first introduced to thoroughbred horse racing, got you hooked, or at the very least, massively interested in this great sport? Was it perhaps Secretariat after his Belmont Stakes win of unrivalled proportions; or did it occur in England watching… Read More »

     
  • TAB records their biggest ever winning price

    One lucky punter has kicked off their Wednesday with an incredible win from a 50c bet on the Mohawk trots. The punter placed the 50c minimum bet on the winner, Goddess De Vie, which paid a remarkable $1,255,10 on the NSW TAB. The total win pool for the race on… Read More »

     
  • Wrong result called in UK photo-finish

    Racing officials at Kempton will have some explaining to do after another photo-finish blunder on Tuesday. Winner of the race, Albadr, had initially been placed in second behind favourite Loving Glance before the provisional result was overturned. Last year Kempton officials came under fire for making a similar error after… Read More »

     
  • Studs unhappy with Champion First Season Sire criteria

    Social media has been hot in regards to the latest Australian First season Sire Champion. It traditionally is awarded to the stallion whose progeny earns the most money that first year. But this year, some farms with their own agenda are driving the cry for other criteria to be recognised… Read More »

     
  • Horse with strange leg action set to strut her stuff

    Mounting yard watchers would recognise Velocita as the horse with the strange leg action but for connections, her exaggerated gait is just part of her uniqueness. The mare suffers from a condition known as Stringhalt, which causes the sudden flexion of one or both hind legs when a horse is… Read More »

     
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  • Jamie Kah lashes out at British racing industry

    Group One winning Australian jockey Jamie Kah has hit out at the British racing industry calling it ‘backwards’ in regards to the opportunities for female jockeys. Kah is in England to ride in the Shergar Cup in Hayley Turner’s Girls team but when she spoke to the British media she… Read More »

     
  • Jockey gets off light for seriously dangerous incident

    Boy did the s… hit the fan in South Africa last night. In footage that was shades of the most famous illegal battle down the Randwick straight when Mel Schumaker reached down and pulled another jock’s leg in the 1961 AJC Derby, the two best riders in South Africa were… Read More »

     
  • Saudi Arabia set to host world’s richest race

    Saudi Arabia will host the world’s richest horse race in Riyadh at the King Abdulaziz Racetrack, with a purse of $20 million up for grabs. The Jockey Club of Saudi Arabia confirmed on Thursday at Saratoga in New York the Saudi Cup will be run over nine furlongs (1800m) on… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winning jockey to move to Queensland

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Tony Allan is to join forces with Paddy Busuttin who is making a comeback to training at Deagon in Brisbane. Allan won the 1988 Melbourne Cup on Empire Rose and retired in 2005. He spent 10 years as a work rider firstly in Japan then for Peter… Read More »

     
  • Ballarat race finishes in racebook order

    A rare occurrence has happened at Ballarat today with the fifth race on the card finishing in race book order. Seven horses lined-up in the fifth race at Ballarat today with the final finishing order being the numerical order (1-7) of the horses. The John Thom trained top weight Ian… Read More »

     
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  • Champion sire Deep Impact dies

    One of the worlds most sought after stallions Deep Impact has sadly passed away after suffering a cervical fracture. Deep Impact won twelve of his thirteen career starts before standing at Shadai Stallion Station in Japan has sadly died aged 17 following a cervical fracture. The Champion sire has been… Read More »

     
  • Positive signs for Melbourne Cup winner Subzero

    Melbourne Cup winner Subzero has made considerable improvement and is off the danger list at the Bendigo Equine Hospital. His owner and constant companion Graham Salisbury, who rode Subzero as his clerk of the course mount for many years at Flemington, said the gelding, who turns 31 on Thursday, made… Read More »

     
  • Subzero improving but not out of woods

    Subzero has “made some improvement as he continues treatment for serious illness but his long-time carer Graham Salisbury says the popular horse is still not out of the woods. The 1992 Melbourne Cup winner who turns 31 on Thursday, remains at the Bendigo Equine Hospital where he has been since… Read More »

     
  • Subzero continues to improve

    Melbourne Cup winner Subzero who has been battling for his life this week is continuing to improve in condition. The Victorian Equine Group released an update on Sunday afternoon letting the public know of the improvement in Subzero’s condition. This is not the first time the Melbourne Cup winner has been on… Read More »

     
  • Subzero’s battle with death continues

    Melbourne Cup winner Subzero continues his battle for his life on Thursday morning with the next two or three days critical to his survival. Subzero was only hours away from being euthanised although he has started to respond to treatment which has seen him recover marginally in his battle with… Read More »

     
  • Sink hole horse wins at first run back

    There is an amazing story coming out of Canada overnight with the horse ‘Mr Changue’ who had to be rescued from a sinkhole earlier in the month returning to the races and winning at his first start since the incident. As reported Mr Changue fell into a sink hole in… Read More »

     
  • William Pike knockers going to town

    With all of William Pike’s success there are always going to be knockers and they are out in force today with a horrid start for the Champion jockey at Belmont. William Pike saddled up the favourites in the first four races on today’s Belmont card but is yet to ride… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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