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  • Chris Waller to open Gold Coast stable

    Champion Sydney trainer Chris Waller has confirmed his Queensland satellite stable will be on the Gold Coast. The facility will be managed by Paul Shailer who spent many years as Waller’s assistant in Sydney before returning to New Zealand where he trained in his own right for several years. Waller… Read More »

    Chris Waller to open Gold Coast stable

     
  • Matt Smith weighs up home or away for Town

    Barriers will decide whether Group One placegetter Faraway Town heads to Queensland for a stakes race or stays at home in Sydney. The Matthew Smith-trained filly is among the entries for Saturday’s Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas (1600m) and a benchmark race over 1500 metres at Rosehill. Although she has… Read More »

    Matt Smith weighs up home or away for Town

     
  • I Am Gypsy to step out for Dale stable

    A former Adelaide mare who has recently gone through the sale ring and changed stables is in line to make her Sydney debut for Canberra trainer Matthew Dale. Stakes-placed I Am Gypsy is nominated for Saturday’s 1100m Benchmark-93 Handicap at Rosehill with the mare in what is expected to be… Read More »

    I Am Gypsy to step out for Dale stable

     
  • Divine Mr Artie ready for racetrack return

    Brendan McCarthy believes Divine Mr Artie could be in for his best preparation as the trainer readies the gelding for his return to racing. Divine Mr Artie, winner of four of his 22 starts, is nominated in Saturday’s 1200m-benchmark-84 handicap on his home track at Caulfield for his first start… Read More »

    Divine Mr Artie ready for racetrack return

     
  • NZ stars building up for Melbourne targets

    The $1 million Memsie Stakes has been pencilled in as the likely spring kick-off for Group One-winning stablemates Bonneval and Jon Snow. The two gave the New Zealand partnership of Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman a rare achievement as the trainers of the winners of the Australian Derby (Jon Snow)… Read More »

    NZ stars building up for Melbourne targets

     
  • Girl Sunday in black-type bid at Rosehill

    Girl Sunday will get a belated chance for black-type when she lines up in the Civic Stakes at Rosehill. The Gerald Ryan-trained mare missed a start in Saturday’s Group One Tattersall’s Tiara in Brisbane as an emergency. She was also nominated for a benchmark race at Randwick on the same… Read More »

    Girl Sunday in black-type bid at Rosehill

     
  • Punter collects $30,250 on a 4-leg racing multi

    An astute Punter turned $100 into $30,250 on a 4-leg racing multi at Flemington on Saturday with CrownBet. A solid bank-boost as we move through Winter towards the Spring Carnival! Leg 1: Flemington Race 1 – 2. Royal Symphony to Win $2.20 The Tony McEvoy-trained Royal Symphony ran a powerful… Read More »

    Punter collects $30,250 on a 4-leg racing multi

     
  • Caulfield race next for Canberra filly

    Having already made her mark in a couple of Highway Handicaps in Sydney this preparation, Canberra filly Clipper is set to hit the road in the opposite direction for her first crack at Melbourne racing. Trainer Matthew Dale, who later this week will welcome stable star Fell Swoop back into… Read More »

    Caulfield race next for Canberra filly

     
  • Beau Mertens close to outriding claim

    Apprentice Beau Mertens is entrenched in a battle for the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership but the top young rider is fast closing in on another milestone. Mertens needs only four more city wins to outride his claim. It raises the prospect of the teenager competing with premiership rival Craig Williams in… Read More »

    Beau Mertens close to outriding claim

     
  • Season Review: Top Ten Group 1 Wins

    The Tatts Tiara (1350m) is done and dusted, and so is Australian Group l racing for the 2016/17 season. There have been 72 majors during that time, and while we do have too many, they were still and run and won. Here are the leading horsemen for the year: Hugh… Read More »

    Season Review: Top Ten Group 1 Wins

     
  • Star galloper refuses to race

    Star Hong Kong galloper Pakistan Star who is known for his barnstorming finishes has refused to race as the $1.20 favourite. Pakistan Star jumped as the $1.20 short priced favourite and was slow into stride and was hard ridden by Joao Moreira before coming to a walk about 200m into… Read More »

    Star galloper refuses to race

     
  • Caravaggio to climb Everest

    Caravaggio has firmed to second favouritism for The Everest with Coolmore’s Tom Magnier confirming the race is a target for the unbeaten colt. Magnier said Coolmore bought a slot in the $10 million race with Caravaggio at the forefront of the organisation’s mind. The three-year-old added the Group One Commonwealth… Read More »

    Caravaggio to climb Everest

     
  • Tavago in light training with spring aims

    After initial fears Tavago would miss the spring carnival, the Group One winner is back in light work with connections hoping to target the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cup. The 2016 Australian Derby winner, Tavago won the Sky High Stakes during the autumn in Sydney but injured his suspensory at… Read More »

    Tavago in light training with spring aims

     
  • NSW dominates Brisbane winter carnival

    NSW trainers have again dominated the six Group One days of the Brisbane winter carnival which started with the Doomben 10,000 and ended with the Tattersall’s Tiara. Horses trained in NSW won six of the eight Group One races with the Peter and Paul Snowden partnership and Newcastle’s Kris Lees… Read More »

    NSW dominates Brisbane winter carnival

     
  • Winx set to become Australia’s best ever racehorse

    Trainer Chris Waller has Winx back in work and Chris Munce thinks she looks capable of stamping herself as Australia’s best ever racehorse this preparation, even better than Black Caviar. Have Your Say: Will Winx become Australia’s Best Ever Racehorse with a third Cox Plate? – Leave a comment below…. Read More »

    Winx set to become Australia’s best ever racehorse

     
  • Consistent Riyadh scores at Flemington

    Despite winning two races in Hong Kong, Riyadh is relishing life in Australia. The Peter Healey-trained galloper picked up his biggest cheque since arriving in Australia after winning the David Bourke Provincial Plate at Flemington on Saturday. Ridden by Jye McNeil, Riyadh was backed from $15 into $10 before scoring… Read More »

    Consistent Riyadh scores at Flemington

     
  • Pelethronius unbeaten on heavy ground

    Wet-track specialist Pelethronius has maintained his flawless record on heavy ground and stayed unbeaten this preparation with a perfectly timed run at Randwick. The five-year-old gelding reeled in Conarchie ($14) in a benchmark handicap (1400m) on Saturday after looming four-wide under Tye Angland before scoring by 1-1/4 lengths on a… Read More »

    Pelethronius unbeaten on heavy ground

     
  • Lane shows who’s Boss at Randwick

    Ron Quinton admits Boss Lane can be a handful but his antics coupled with his race record make him a favourite with the Randwick trainer and his staff. His win in Saturday’s Winter Dash (1200m) at Randwick has further endeared him to Quinton and his apprentice Andrew Adkins, who steered… Read More »

    Lane shows who’s Boss at Randwick

     
  • Ability shows his class in Flemington win

    Champion jockey Craig Williams believes the recently gelded Ability has what it takes to figure in better-class sprint races after back-to-back wins this campaign. The Robert Smerdon-trained four-year-old was gelded before returning this preparation and Williams believes that, plus added maturity after a lengthy spell, has been the making of… Read More »

    Ability shows his class in Flemington win

     
  • Tycoon Tara holds on to win Tatts Tiara

    The Peter and Paul Snowden training partnerships have ended their Brisbane winter campaign the way they started it by winning a Group One race at Doomben. Tycoon Tara ($19) led for most of the way and battled strongly to beat Prompt Response ($8) by a long head in the $500,000… Read More »

    Tycoon Tara holds on to win Tatts Tiara

     
 
 
 

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