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  • Alcohol fuels Flemington celebration

    South Australian galloper Alcohol proved himself to be more than merely an intriguing name with a dominant victory in the Spotless Handicap at Flemington on Saturday. Alcohol registered his third win from four starts this preparation in a race that was the strongest he’s contested, encouraging trainer Richard Jolly to… Read More »

     
  • Chad Schofield posts first Flemington win

    Star apprentice Chad Schofield obeyed the rules and was rewarded with his first Flemington win when he guided Mabsam to victory in the Aktrapid Handicap on Saturday. Mabsam missed the start as she did at her previous start when she finished 13th in Listed company at Sandown last month, but… Read More »

     
  • Browne fit for ride on Missy Longstocking

    Damian Browne is bruised and battered but has declared himself fit to ride Missy Longstocking in Saturday’s Calaway Gal Stakes at Eagle Farm. Browne suffered bruising and a sore shoulder after being thrown from Any Poet in a fall at the Sunshine Coast last Sunday which forced him to miss… Read More »

     
  • Local duo set to win again at Flemington

    The training of partnership of Matthew Ellerton and Simon Zahra has had great success in recent years, largely thanks to the ill fated Crystal Lily, the 2010 Golden Slipper winner. They have trained eight city winners this season and are confident of at least getting another win, courtesy of in… Read More »

     
  • Freedman returns uncertain of future

    Hall of Fame trainer Lee Freedman will return to Melbourne from Sydney uncertain of his immediate future. Freedman decided to walk away from his partnership with New Zealander Graeme Rogerson at Randwick after less than a year, saying the venture had become unviable. But he said on Tuesday he had… Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux in breakthrough win

    Red Cadeaux, the 2011 Melbourne Cup runner-up, has scored a Group One win that will go down as one the most deserved in international racing, taking out the Hong Kong Vase. Running in his third top-level race in three countries in five weeks, Red Cadeaux survived by a short head… Read More »

     
  • Pentasia caps a big week for Jenny Duggan

    In little more than seven months, apprentice Jenny Duggan has taken NSW racing by storm but her win on Pentasia at Rosehill on Saturday has more significance than her many other achievements so far. It was the first time her visiting Swedish parents Tony and Elizabeth had seen her ride… Read More »

     
  • Miss Softhands keeps unbeaten record

    Barrier issues delayed the start of Miss Softhands’ career but the filly is quickly making up for lost time with an impressive introduction to city racing at Caulfield on Saturday. Miss Softhands produced the turn of foot of an up-and-coming filly as she defeated She Can Skate by a long… Read More »

     
  • Catapulted surprises Michael Rodd in Doveton Stakes win

    Michael Rodd revealed how weights worked in his favour after classy sprinter Catapulted made a one-act affair of Saturday’s Doveton Stakes. Trainer Mark Kavanagh prepared the quinella in the Listed 1000m sprint at Caulfield with Rodd only taking the ride on Catapulted when stablemate Undeniably, who had 54kg, didn’t get… Read More »

     
  • Floatmyboat launches Robbie Griffiths double

    A bright future is tipped for Caulfield winner Floatmyboat but his trainer and jockey are convinced he’ll still take time to reach his potential. The lightly-raced three-year-old surged to victory in Saturday’s Catanach’s Jewellers Handicap (1200m) before Vain Attraction made it back-to-back wins at the meeting for trainer Robbie Griffiths…. Read More »

     
  • Change Of Honour bound for Gold Coast

    The Magic Millions Classic and a lucrative bonus is in the sights of Change Of Honour’s owners after the two-year-old held on to win at Caulfield on Saturday. The only youngster with race experience in the Sportingbet Plate (1000m), Change Of Honour sat outside the leader before taking over shortly… Read More »

     
  • David Hayes has high praise for horse and rider

    The difficulty for trainer David Hayes after the win of Rose Pattern at Caulfield on Saturday was deciding who deserved the most praise – the horse or the jockey. He settled with giving the horse the immediate credit and her rider Chad Schofield got the nod as the next Craig… Read More »

     
  • Fiumicino takes earnings past $3 million

    Grand campaigner Fiumicino has staved off retirement more than once and wound back the clock with an all-the-way ATC Cup victory in hot conditions at Warwick Farm on Saturday. The nine-year-old’s three-quarter length success in the Listed 2200m feature snapped a long absence from the winner’s circle for the horse… Read More »

     
  • Secret Liaison confirms form turnaround

    A brief rest and a drop in class has spurred Secret Liaison to her second victory in a week after a year-long losing streak. The mare followed up her success at Moonee Valley last week with a strong win in the East Malvern Community Bank Handicap (1800m) at Caulfield on… Read More »

     
  • Le Roi shows European class for Tony McEvoy

    Another smart European stayer showed he had the ability to rise a lot higher in local ranks when Le Roi won the CFV Great Strides Handicap at Caulfield on Saturday. And for his trainer Tony McEvoy the victory added to a string of successes that he hopes to turn into… Read More »

     
  • Freedman celebrates move with a win

    One of Australia’s most successful racing stables celebrated its repatriation with a winner and a promise of many more to come at Caulfield on Saturday. Anthony Freedman announced this week he would relocate his family’s racing operation to Flemington where it began its Melbourne existence 30 years ago. And at… Read More »

     
  • Resistant shows the way in Caulfield win

    Caulfield trainer Mick Price was in two minds about running diminutive colt Resistant at Caulfield on Saturday but in the end his decision was the right one. At just his second run, following his fourth on debut at Sandown last month, Resistant is well on the way towards recouping his… Read More »

     
  • Criticism fires Brad Rawiller to Moonee Valley treble

    A barrage of criticism for some “unfortunate” rides fired Brad Rawiller to his first city treble as a senior jockey at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Rawiller was stung by the comments posted about him on social media, but said he had answered them in the best possible way. “I should… Read More »

     
  • Kulgrinda capitalises on depleted field

    By the stable’s own admission, Kulgrinda is a sprinter who needs all the help she can get at the level she has reached in Melbourne racing. In Saturday’s City Jeep Handicap (1000m) at Moonee Valley she got plenty – and duly got the money. Kulgrinda went to the start a… Read More »

     
  • Moonee Valley winner spells as Chad Schofield stays

    A late change of plans paid off for the connections of talented filly Isabella Snowflake who scored her third win form her only four starts in the Sportingbet Handicap (1000m) at Moonee Valley. Trainer Mick Price had intended to spell the filly when she ran third at Flemington during the… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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