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  • Yankee Rose disqualified from G1 Flight

    Yankee Rose’s trainer David Vandyke has been hit with a $25,000 fine and the horse has been disqualified from the Group One Flight Stakes after returning a positive test to banned anti-inflammatory Ketorolac. Vandyke pleaded guilty at a Racing NSW stewards’ inquiry on Friday to allowing Ketorolac to be administered… Read More »

    Yankee Rose disqualified from G1 Flight

     
  • Crystal Dreamer chases fourth-straight win

    Crystal Dreamer has risen to every challenge so far this campaign and will drop back in distance in a bid to continue his winning streak at Moonee Valley. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained sprinter is set to chase his fourth-straight win for the campaign in Saturday’s Schweppes Indian Tonic… Read More »

    Crystal Dreamer chases fourth-straight win

     
  • Regan Bayliss a fully fledged jockey

    In-form Regan Bayliss is set to begin a new phase of his career as a senior jockey after successfully applying to finish his apprenticeship early. Bayliss has already outridden his claim, a feat he achieved last month at Flemington, and also completed his four years of formal training in Racing… Read More »

    Regan Bayliss a fully fledged jockey

     
  • Hard Call on target for Valley assignment

    Caulfield trainer John Salanitri is confident Hard Call has held the form that gave him a last-start city win and will be right in the mix in the VOBIS Gold Star at Moonee Valley. But Salanitri admits Hard Call’s chances will be even better if the predicted rain arrives in… Read More »

    Hard Call on target for Valley assignment

     
  • Mossin’ Around back after escaping fire

    Mossin’ Around returns to the races at Moonee Valley just two weeks after escaping unharmed from a harrowing experience when her horse float caught fire. The Grahame Begg-trained mare, who runs in Saturday’s Jacob Schweppe Handicap, was unplaced first-up at Caulfield last Saturday week. But things got worse when she… Read More »

    Mossin’ Around back after escaping fire

     
  • Song And Laughter ready to win at Randwick

    The contrast between Richard Litt and Godolphin could hardly be starker but Song And Laughter’s connections to the global racing giant could be key to giving Sydney’s youngest trainer his maiden victory. The 27-year-old had been managing the stable while his father Jim returned to the family’s native New Zealand… Read More »

    Song And Laughter ready to win at Randwick

     
  • Rain would be nice for Carrington Stakes roughie

    With storms set to break a spell of hot and dry weather in Sydney, Wouldnt It Be Nice’s hopes of ending a drought stretching more than 18 months could be on the rise. Storms are predicted to bring up to 15mm of rain on Friday to help the gelding mark… Read More »

    Rain would be nice for Carrington Stakes roughie

     
  • Stable trifecta at Doomben for Tony Gollan

    Tony Gollan’s pre-race tip has been proved correct with centimetres separating his three stable runners in a maiden at Doomben. Luna Fiore ($10) beat Scarlet Begonias ($3.80) by a nose with Don’t Tell Da Wife ($3) completing the Gollan trifecta a short half head back. Gollanpredicted the trio would go… Read More »

    Stable trifecta at Doomben for Tony Gollan

     
  • Burning Front heads VOBIS Gold Star field

    Last year’s winner Burning Front headlines the field for the $100,000 VOBIS Gold Star at Moonee Valley and on ratings he is the horse to beat again. With a handicap rating of 103, The Darren Weir-trained gelding is nine points above his nearest rival in the field for Saturday’s 1500m… Read More »

    Burning Front heads VOBIS Gold Star field

     
  • Ecuador kept fresh for Carrington Stakes

    While a stayer racing over 1400 metres second-up would often be discounted as a winning chance, Ecuador’s record at the trip is imposing. The horse is on a path back to races over 2000m and above, distances at which he has won stakes races, but boasts three victories and two… Read More »

    Ecuador kept fresh for Carrington Stakes

     
  • Darren Bell to resume limited training

    Queensland trainer Darren Bell will be able to resume operations on a limited basis with a quarantine ban lifted from one of his two barns where some horses tested positive to strangles. Last month Bell told the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission three of his horses had tested positive for strangles… Read More »

    Darren Bell to resume limited training

     
  • Bowman to ride at Karaka Millions meeting

    Hugh Bowman has been booked to ride one of the leading contenders in New Zealand’s richest race, the Karaka Million. Bowman will be aboard Padraig for trainers Brendon and Keith Hawtin in the $1 million race for two-year-olds at Ellerslie on January 29. Australia’s leading Group One jockey combined with… Read More »

    Bowman to ride at Karaka Millions meeting

     
  • Gold Symphony tuned up for Carrington tilt

    A turnaround in Gold Symphony’s form may have provided a crucial confidence boost to allow him to once again be competitive in stakes company. The Peter and Paul Snowden training partnership plans to accept with Gold Symphony and Princefamous for Saturday’s Listed Carrington Stakes (1400m) at Randwick but will wait… Read More »

    Gold Symphony tuned up for Carrington tilt

     
  • It Is Written aims for another Valley win

    It is no surprise to see the Robbie Griffiths-trained It Is Written among the entries for a Moonee Valley meeting. After all, the gelding has had almost half his 66 career starts at the Melbourne racetrack and recently recorded his eighth win there. His last-start Valley success on December 31… Read More »

    It Is Written aims for another Valley win

     
  • Winx a pleasing third in barrier trial

    Champion mare Winx has finished third in a barrier trial at Rosehill, her first public appearance since her stunning Cox Plate defence. Trainer Chris Waller said he was happy with her fitness levels after she crossed the line 3-1/2 lengths behind Group One-winnng sprinter Music Magnate in a 900m heat… Read More »

    Winx a pleasing third in barrier trial

     
  • Knee surgery for Winning Rupert

    Beaten Magic Millions Guineas favourite Winning Rupert will undergo surgery to remove a bone chip in a fore knee. The Bjorn Baker-trained colt suffered his first defeat when fourth in Saturday’s $2 million race at the Gold Coast. Baker told Queensland stewards on Monday, X-rays revealed the problem and Winning… Read More »

    Knee surgery for Winning Rupert

     
  • Katelyn Mallyon to compete in Macau

    Victorian rider Katelyn Mallyon will head to Macau to compete in a unique jockeys’ challenge. The Macau Jockey Club will stage the International Mixed Doubles Jockeys Challenge on Saturday with Australia’s representative Mallyon one of 12 riders – six female and six male – to compete. South Australian-based apprentice Emily… Read More »

    Katelyn Mallyon to compete in Macau

     
  • Stewards continue Cartwright investigation

    South Australian stewards are continuing to investigate the incident which has led to jockey Josh Cartwright being stood down for reckless riding. Cartwright pleaded guilty to the serious charge out of the final race at Morphettville on Saturday. Stewards said he directed Senior Council at an acute angle with the… Read More »

    Stewards continue Cartwright investigation

     
  • Plenty of zip left in veteran Steel

    Far from being disappointed , trainer Pat Duff and jockey Nathan day are encouraged by Steel Zip’s performance in a $1 million race at the Gold Coast. The veteran sprinter showed there was still plenty of life left in his nine-year-old legs when beaten just over three lengths in the… Read More »

    Plenty of zip left in veteran Steel

     
  • Le Romain to resume in Southern Cross Stakes

    Dual Group One winner Le Romain will avoid a clash with champion mare Winx early in his autumn campaign, with trainer Kris Lees confirming plans to kick him off in the Southern Cross Stakes. Le Romain stepped out in a barrier trial at Wyong on Monday morning, pleasing Lees in… Read More »

    Le Romain to resume in Southern Cross Stakes

     
 
 
 

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