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  • Three hurt in Kilcoy fall

    The Christmas Cup at Kilcoy has been abandoned after a three-horse fall with their riders all taken to hospital. The race was the main feature on a dual code gallops-harness racing meeting on Saturday at Kilcoy, 80km north-west of Brisbane. Chief steward Allan Reardon said stewards had spoken with staff… Read More »

     
  • G2 winning sprinter dies

    Former high class racemare Angelic Light has died at Widden Stud as a result of a bout of colic. Trained by Robbie Griffiths, Angelic Light almost gave the Cranbourne horseman with his first Group One win when she was narrowly defeated by Lankan Rupee in the 2014 Manikato Stakes at… Read More »

     
  • Trainer disqualified for 3-1/2 years

    The racing career of Brian Cox appears to be over with the Wodonga trainer handed a 3-1/2 year disqualification relating to the use of steroids in his stable, Cox was last week found guilty on eight of 13 charges laid against him by Racing Victoria stewards with the Racing Appeals… Read More »

     
  • Hall Of Fame jockey passes away

    Hall Of Fame jockey and one of the best jockeys New Zealand has seen ‘Bill Skelton’ has passed away at the age of 85. He remains the most successful jockey of the 20th century in New Zealand as well as becoming the first New Zealand jockey to ride 2000 winners…. Read More »

     
  • Victorian trainer confirms strangles outbreak

    Victorian trainer Matt Cumani has confirmed an outbreak of strangles at his Ballarat training complex. A horse at Matt Cumani’s Ballarat stable has been diagnosed with the contagious upper respiratory tract disease strangles. Cumani says the horse has been isolated and he has shut down the stable block where the… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar foal nearing race start

    The first of Black Caviar’s foals is almost ready for the hustle and bustle of a major training centre as she progresses towards her first race start. Oscietra could be seen as early as Friday week if Lindsay Park decide she is forward enough to take part in a Flemington… Read More »

     
  • Favourite scratched from 2016 Railway Stakes Field

    There has been a key scratching in today’s G1 Railway Stakes with the early market favourite coming out of the race. Rageese who had been backed from $8 into the $6 favourite in betting has been scratched due to a hoof injury. Zarantz earns a start in the Group 1… Read More »

     
  • $1,000 bet could cost James McDonald his million dollar job

    An alleged bet of $1,000 could cost jockey James McDonald his million dollar yearly contract with Godolphin. McDonald voluntarily stood himself down from riding on Tuesday after stewards charged him for having an interest in a bet on Godolphin runner Astern in December last year. It is reported by Fairfax… Read More »

     
  • Star jockey stands down over betting charge

    Godolphin’s retained Australian rider James McDonald has stood himself down after being charged with a betting offence. Racing NSW stewards interviewed and charged McDonald on Tuesday with having an interest in a bet on Astern who he rode to win his debut on December 5 last year. Astern was backed… Read More »

     
  • Syndicator fined $5,000 for Facebook comment

    Melbourne Cup – winning owner Luke Murrell has been fined $5000 over a social media post which questioned whether Chris Waller-trained runners were using team riding tactics. The Australian Bloodstock director pleaded guilty to a charge of conduct prejudicial to the image and interests of racing levelled at him by Racing… Read More »

     
  • Whip rule controversy to the fore at Sandown

    The whip rule has again been brought to the fore at Sandown on Saturday with the winning jockey of the Zipping Classic ‘Glyn Schofield’ receiving a $1,000 fine for overuse of the whip. Schofield rode Beautiful Romance to a narrow victory over Almoonqith in the feature at Sandown with a… Read More »

     
  • First starter dies at Moonee Valley

    A runner having its first start at Moonee Valley tonight has died after collapsing post race. Dunamite a first starter from the Ciaron Maher stable was sent out as the odds on favourite but failed to beat a runner home in the small field. Post race stewards announced the horse… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller runner tests positive for ice

    Champion trainer Chris Waller might have to front stewards after an unnamed horse in his stable has reportedly tested positive to methamphetamine. Stewards have not made comments on any investigations but Waller said the stable is “working through the possibility of a positive sample to ice.” “It is an issue… Read More »

     
  • Talented galloper euthanised at Bendigo

    Talented 5YO Zuprising was euthanised at Bendigo after breaking down in the last race on the card. Zurprising was sent out as the short priced favourite and looked all out a winner before breaking down and subsequently having to be euthanised. The lightly raced 5YO had won two of his… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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