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  • Samaready wins 2012 Blue Diamond Stakes

    Mick Price trained Samaready has taken out the 2012 Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield racecourse ahead of the Gai Waterhouse trained No Looking Back and South Australian galloper Armed For Action who ran well into third. Outstanding filly Samaready maintained her unbeaten record with an explosive victory in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Woorim wins 2012 Oakleigh Plate

    Woorim gave Brisbane trainer Rob Heathcote his first Group One win when he came with a barnstorming finish to grab the Oakleigh Plate at Caulfield on Saturday. The Show A Heart six-year-old, ridden by Damian Browne, was last in the big field approaching the home turn in the $400,000 1100m… Read More »

     
  • Laser Hawk makes it three from three

    The rise of Laser Hawk continued at Rosehill on Saturday as the three-year-old made another step towards the Australian Derby with a first-up victory. A half-brother to multiple Group One winner Desert War, Laser Hawk maintained his unbeaten record from three starts when he led all the way in the… Read More »

     
  • Dear Demi edges closer to Golden Slipper Stakes berth

    The Golden Slipper-winning combination of owner John Singleton and trainer Clarry Conners produced another Slipper hopeful with the fast-finishing victory of Dear Demi at Rosehill on Saturday. Conners has won the Golden Slipper four times including a memorable victory with the Singleton-owned Belle Du Jour in 2000. Dear Demi had… Read More »

     
  • 2012 Blue Diamond Stakes Tips, Preview & Selections

    With the absence of Black Caviar from the Futurity Stakes all eyes will be on the 2012 Blue Diamond Stakes for the 2YO’s. Mick Price saddles up the current favourite Samaready who drew well in Tuesday’s barrier draw, whilst one of her main dangers Jimando drew the car park and… Read More »

     
  • Samaready’s price unchanged after draw

    Samaready has remained a dominant favourite for Saturday’s Blue Diamond Stakes after coming up with barrier eight at Tuesday’s draw. The Mick Price-trained filly is among a full field of 16 plus four emergencies and will move in to barrier seven should the reserves not gain a start. Unbeaten from… Read More »

     
  • Secret Admirer on target for big campaign

    Epsom Handicap winner Secret Admirer has been locked into an autumn program top heavy with Group One assignments. As he prepares for Secret Admirer’s return to racing on Saturday, trainer Grahame Begg says no less than four Group One events will figure in the mare’s first autumn campaign. There is… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar pulls Luke Nolen’s heart strings

    Jockey Luke Nolen fought back tears as he expressed his admiration for unbeaten champion Black Caviar and the courage she found to win the Lightning Stakes. With his lips quivering and eyes welling, Nolen said he feared Hay List had the darling of the turf in trouble “for a couple… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar beats Hay List again

    Black Caviar lived up to her rating as the world’s greatest sprinter when she beat probably the second best sprinter on the globe, Hay List, in the Group One Lightning Stakes at Flemington. The unbeaten Black Caviar, sent out $1.10 favourite, landed her 19th win and equalled the record for… Read More »

     
  • Shopaholic wins 2012 The Vanity

    Beaten odds-on favourite Mosheen will still press on to the Group One Australian Guineas despite disappointing connections with her narrow defeat by the improving Shopaholic in The Vanity at Flemington. The Danny O’Brien-trained Shopaholic ($14), ridden by Dwayne Dunn, made up a couple of lengths on the $1.45 favourite in… Read More »

     
  • Driefontein wins 2012 Widden Stakes

    Driefontein maintained an unbeaten course towards the Golden Slipper despite being given a major fright in the $100,000 Widden Stakes at Warwick Farm on Saturday. Now unbeaten in four starts, including a win on protest over stablemate No Looking Back in last month’s Magic Millions, Driefontein had to rally from… Read More »

     
  • Easy debut for Black Caviar’s brother All Too Hard

    Black Caviar’s half-brother All Too Hard has virtually been ruled out of next week’s Blue Diamond Stakes despite upholding a family tradition and winning his race debut at Flemington. Owned by Nathan Tinkler, the $1.025 million colt is assured of a start in the $1 million Diamond but co-trainer Wayne… Read More »

     
  • Like An Eagle wins 2012 Hareeba Stakes

    West Australian sprinter Like An Eagle landed the best win of his career so far when he powered home late to take out the Listed $100,000 Hareeba Stakes at Mornington. Prepared at Bunbury by Ross Price and his son Clint, Like An Eagle has won six of his 10 starts… Read More »

     
  • Norsqui wins 2012 Centrebet Mornington Cup

    Norsqui trained by Walter McShane and ridden by Chris Symonds has taken out today’s 2012 Mornington Cup at Mornington racecourse ahead of imported galloper Drunken Sailor who carried 60kg and Sea Galleon in third. Tasmanian stayer Norsqui surprised even his trainer Walter McShane when he ran home strongly to claim… Read More »

     
  • Psychologist in overdue win

    Craig Newitt’s vigorous left-handed riding style has delivered Psychologist an overdue success in the Group Three Geoffrey Bellmaine Stakes at Caulfield. Trainer Tony Vasil was running out of options to get the former top juvenile back to winning form but Newitt got the best out the four-year-old, bringing her home… Read More »

     
  • Eagle rises and another Oakleigh Plate beckons

    Eagle Falls will defend his Oakleigh Plate crown after posting his first win since last year’s feature in the Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield. Trainer David Hayes expected an improved performance from the six-year-old after an extended spell and the gelding rose to the occasion in Saturday’s 1100-metre Group Three sprint… Read More »

     
  • Long range plan pays off for Soft Sand

    Six months of planning had its reward with a decisive victory by the filly Soft Sand at Caulfield on on Saturday that has considerably enhanced her value. Trainer Colin Little said he had set Soft Sand for the Listed Kevin Hayes Stakes (1200m) last spring after she won a winter… Read More »

     
  • One-act affair for Rain in Expressway Stakes

    On the day the world’s best sprinter won yet again, Rain Affair proved he he was on the top rung of the next best with victory in the Expressway Stakes at Rosehill. The four-year-old led all the way to beat a field of Group One p erformers and while he… Read More »

     
  • 2012 C.F. Orr Stakes replay – Black Caviar

    Black Caviar has continued her unbeaten streak to 18 after her emphatic win in today’s C.F. Orr Stakes at Caulfield Racecourse. If you missed the race than dont worry as we have supplied readers with a full replay of the race.   *Video has been uploaded by an outside source… Read More »

     
  • Black Caviar wins 2012 C.F. Orr Stakes

    Black Caviar trained by Peter Moody as again showed her class to make it eighteen wins from eighteen starts at Caulfield today in the Group 1 C.F. Orr Stakes. Wonder mare Black Caviar has handled her first start beyond 1200 metres with ease, annihilating her rivals in the 1400-metre Group… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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