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  • Top 10: Worst Bets Of 2017

    We saw plenty of big bets get placed this year although there were ten bets which really stood out to be the worst that we reported. We count down the Top 10 worst bets of the year, complete with hard luck stories of dreadful rides and photo finishes to those… Read More »

     
  • Snoopy to avenge close defeat

    As a jockey and a trainer there has been no-one more competitive than Chris Munce. So it comes as no surprise he wasn’t happy when stable newcomer Snoopy was beaten in a stakes race last start. The much-travelled Snoopy was having his first start for Munce in the Group Three… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm return delayed

    Queensland’s main racetrack Eagle Farm will not be ready for the Brisbane winter carnival and will be closed until at least next spring. Racing Queensland and the Brisbane Racing Club on Thursday confirmed the troubled track needed more time to be able to race at a high standard. Eagle Farm… Read More »

     
  • Ben Melham answers Gary Portelli’s SOS

    Gary Portelli is pinning his hopes on Testashadow’s experience, and the presence of his go-to jockey to drive the gelding to an unexpected victory in the Villiers Stakes. The seven-year-old is among the double-figure chances to win the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, but Portelli would not… Read More »

     
  • Interlocuter favourite for G2 Villiers Stakes

    Interlocuter can continue to justify his move to Australian racing from France when the Godolphin import steps up in class for the Villiers Stakes at Randwick. After being taken through his grades, the five-year-old is now poised to make his black-type debut in Saturday’s Group Two Villiers Stakes over 1600m…. Read More »

     
  • Father, son chasing city win at Caulfield

    Mick Cerchi and his best mate will chase their first metropolitan winner as a training partnership since joining forces at the start of the racing season. The long-term Flemington-based trainer and son Luke teamed together in August and have trained seven winners from their small stable. Four-time metropolitan winner Sadaqa… Read More »

     
  • Infamous trainer dies aged 72

    Hayden Haitana, the trainer linked to the Fine Cotton scandal, has died in South Australia. The ex-pat New Zealander was at the epicentre of Australia’s most infamous betting plunge, where the under-performing Fine Cotton was substituted by the better-credentialled Bold Personality for a race at Brisbane’s Eagle Farm in 1984…. Read More »

     
  • City winner banned from racing for a year

    A horse trained by Robbie Laing has been banned from racing for 12 months after a blood sample taken before she raced at Mornington was found to contain an anabolic steroid. Stewards have told Laing of the confirmatory findings of the sample taken from Little Indian before a benchmark 70… Read More »

     
  • Red Excitement back to old self

    Red Excitement has shown trainer Gerald Ryan enough to suggest he has again found form and is ready to take his place in the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick. The gelding put in a breathtaking performance in the Group Two Chelmsford Stakes in early September when he led the… Read More »

     
  • Nash Rawiller wins his first Hong Kong G1

    After more than three years based in Hong Kong, Australian jockey Nash Rawiller has broken through for his first Group One win in the Asian racing capital with victory on Mr Stunning in the feature sprint at the international meeting at Sha Tin. Adding to the occasion on Sunday, Rawiller’s… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield race next on Vinland’s agenda

    A 1700-metre race at Caulfield looms as the next step for promising colt Vinland who scored a dominant win at Sandown at his most recent start. The Tony McEvoy-trained three-year-old was eased down late to win by 1-3/4 lengths in a 1600m race against his own age on December 2… Read More »

     
  • Pony Power set to trial before Doomben

    Magic Millions Classic hopeful Pony Power will run in a barrier trial before trainer Chris Munce commits her to a start in the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben. Pony Power earned herself a start in the Magic Millions with a strong win at her only start in a metropolitan-class… Read More »

     
  • Music Magnate on comeback trail

    Music Magnate has negotiated the first step on his comeback to racing after injury dashed any hope of the Group One-winning sprinter competing in the inaugural $10 million Everest. The Bjorn Baker-trained six-year-old returned to action by winning a barrier trial at Rosehill on Friday and will now be aimed… Read More »

     
  • Crowd favourites long career ends

    Lindsay Park’s stable stalwart Extra Zero has been retired after a racing career spanning 109 starts. The 11-year-old, trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig at Lindsay Park, finished eighth in Sunday’s Werribee Cup. The stable announced the veteran’s retirement on Monday. “Our much loved stable favourite Extra… Read More »

     
  • Trapeze Artist to be aimed at Randwick Guineas

    After shadowing each other for much of their careers, Gerald Ryan-trained stablemates Trapeze Artist and Menari will set out on different autumn paths. Menari was the raging favourite for the Group One Golden Rose (1400m) in September but it was Trapeze Artist who came out on top. Shortly after, Menari… Read More »

     
  • Written By to be aimed at autumn features

    Trainer Grahame Begg has turned his attention to the late summer and autumn features with promising two-year-old colt Written By who is having a break after a winning debut at Sandown. Begg had the option to push on to Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) in Sydney but after the colt’s… Read More »

     
  • Tony Gollan-trained pair ready for Millions

    Trainer Tony Gollan’s Ef Troop is rated a leading chance in the Magic Millions Classic but Brisbane’s premier trainer also has a big opinion of Outback Barbie. Ef Troop will run in the Listed Phelan Ready Stakes and Outback Barbie in the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben on Saturday… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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