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  • Champion jockey opens up on depression battle

    The fact that nobody is immune to the adverse effects surrounding mental health issues has been well documented in recent times with several high profile and successful … certainly performance-wise … elite athletes also shining the light on the on this dark but intangible presence which can take over people’s… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Thirty-five start maiden backs-up after 24 hours and wins

    This doesn’t happen often! The Beaudesert based trainer Kenneth Deacon certainly didn’t leave Eagle Farm yesterday wondering what he would do next with his then thirty-five start maiden San Bernardino. The six-year-old gelding had finished a distant 10.75 lengths behind Fiorente Star at Eagle Farm in a Maiden Plate over… Read More »

  • Jockey gets last laugh after social media attack

    After race 7 at Lismore finished on Friday, a bloke got onto twitter and just attacked the rider. Firing words like, “worst ride ever’, and ‘you prick’ followed by ‘no wonder the horse nearly had a heart attack, jockey Andrew Mallon who recently rode his 1000th winner, was shocked. “I… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Late contender for sick beat of the season

    There isn’t many races left in this years racing season but we have had a late contender for the worst beat in the fifth race at Rosehill on Saturday. The horse was the John O’Shea trained Sound Of Cannons who was held up for a majority of the straight to… Read More »

  • Watch: Major barrier bungle halts race in the run

    A race in France overnight had to be called off due to a major barrier bungle. The event Race two on the Argentan card was called off mid-race in France overnight because the starting stalls were unable to be moved from the course. “And I think they’re trying to stop… Read More »

  • Expensive buy beaten 13 lengths at Tamworth

    We like to read about the bargain-buys who win big. They are few and far between but are out there and are very well received when they show up. Multiple Gr 1 winner BOHEMETH comes to mind, who cost a pittance as a young horse, yet has won $2,525,900 in… Read More »

  • Trainer publicises ‘regular’ abusive messages

    Trainer Graham Begg has taken to social media to publicise one of the abusive emails and social media messages trainers and jockeys receive on a regular basis. Group One winning trainer Graham Begg has tweeted one of the ‘many’ abusive messages he and his team receive from disgruntled punters, often… Read More »

  • BHA stirs up some controversy with video on whip use

    There may be questions asked of the British Horseracing Authority (BHA) following the release overnight of a video ‘explaining’ whip use. As the sport globally comes under more and more scrutiny as the howls to ban the sport altogether grow, the BHA’s video does not do justice what-so-ever. You can… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Colt tries to mount another colt prior to race

    Here’s another from the ‘you-don’t-see-that-on-a-racecourse-everyday file. In Japan overnight, a colt while looking over his rivals prior to the start of a race, saw that a fellow colt in the field was perhaps the handsomest thing he’d ever laid eyes upon. So, he wanted to… you know, have his way… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Is this the biggest moral beat of the year?

    The horse KING OF HEARTS (Sebring – Eloping) started at $26 so many people weren’t on it, but those who were were left scratching their heads. Probably even swearing. The big flashy chestnut gelding was beaten into 3rd spot at Canterbury, less than a length by the winner ELECTRIC (Kermadec… Read More »

  • Gelding a costly decision for G1 winners connections

    Adrian Bott was sheepish while being very, very happy when the 2YO CONVERGE stormed home to be a runaway winner of the Gr 1 JJ Atkins over 1600m. The race was worth $1million. The winner received $600,000 taking his prize money to $961,000. Everyone was happy, even punters who backed… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Horse looms to win before throwing jockey

    Those advocates all over the world who want the use of whips to be banned in the home straight, may just have been given a leg up last night at Canterbury Park. That’s Canterbury Park in the U.S. not in Sydney. This Canterbury is in Minnesota, a northern state of… Read More »

  • Bobby El-Issa experiences scary moment in win at Gatton

    A look of incredulity was still on Bobby El-Issa’s face when he brought Greyt Intentions back to scale after the running of the second race at Gatton … not because the grey had just won his first race at his thirty-seventh start, but because, like everyone else at the track,… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Black Caviar’s daughter wins jumpout

    Champion sprinter Black Caviar may have produce a future star after her daughter Invincible Caviar scored an impressive win at a Pakenham jump-out on Tuesday. The two-year-old by I Am Invincible is trained by Peter Moody and was ridden by jockey Brian Higgins, both were keen to keep a lid… Read More »

  • Champion US trainer Bob Baffert suspended

    Trainer prevented from entering horses in races and occupying stall space at Belmont Park, Saratoga & Aqueduct. The New York Racing Association (NYRA) announced on Monday the temporary suspension of Bob Baffert from entering horses in races and occupying stall space at Belmont Park, Saratoga Race Course and Aqueduct Racetrack…. Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup: Locals, Put Up Or Shut Up

    The Australian racing industry post the 2018 Spring, as a collective, cried out to give locally trained gallopers a better chance of getting ballot exemption for the Melbourne Cup. So the VRC made the Andrew Ramsden, a 2800m race in May, a golden ticket to the Melbourne Cup for the… Read More »

  • Champion apprentice dies in race fall

    Dual South African apprentice champion and reigning champion jockey in Mauritius, Nooresh Juglall has died following a race fall. Jockey Nooresh Juglall has died following a race fall at Champ de Mars racecourse in Mauritius. The reigning champion jockey was riding in his third and final race of the first meeting back in Mauritius when… Read More »

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