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  • Frankel smashes rivals in 2012 Sussex Stakes

    As many of us expected the world’s best race horse ‘Frankel’ has eclipsed his three rivals in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Goodwood racecourse by over 6 Lengths. It’s not often a horse gets sent out at $1.04 and can be considered good value but punters who took the… Read More »

  • Hay List on the comeback trail

    Just days after connections of Black Caviar announced her indefinite break from racing, Australia’s second best sprinter Hay List is on the road to a full and remarkable recovery. Trainer John McNair declared he was increasingly optimistic about the chances of Hay List returning to the racetrack after another bout… Read More »

  • Patinack claims title for most 2YO wins

    Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm has claimed the last two-year-old event of the Australian season, giving trainer John Thompson the honour of winning the most juvenile races across the nation in 2011-2012. In a homebred result for Tinkler’s racing and breeding operation, Longport, a daughter of Casino Prince, held off the… Read More »

  • Atomic Force bound for Melbourne campaign

    Dual Group One-winning sprinter Atomic Force will be an early spring visitor to Melbourne after proving his fitness with a barrier trial win over Secret Admirer at Randwick on Monday. The winner of the 2011 Galaxy and the Railway Stakes in New Zealand on New Year’s Day, Atomic Force was… Read More »

  • Zaman wins Houlahan Hurdle

    In a sport that is a largely for the traditionalists, the win of Zaman in the $100,000 JJ Houlahan Hurdle (3400m) at Sandown on Sunday was one for the most traditional of traditionalists. Zaman is co-trained by Fran Houlahan, a jumps racing stalwart and the daughter of a legend of… Read More »

  • Golden Archer impressive in winning return

    Had everything gone to plan for the speedy colt Golden Archer he would have been on the same plane to England as his stablemate Black Caviar and would have run at the world’s most prestigious race meeting. But the notorious uncertainty of racing led to Golden Archer getting tangled up… Read More »

  • Norzita wins in famous silks for Cummings

    Bart Cummings will adopt a softly, softly approach with emerging filly Norzita this spring but says she all going well, the Rosehill winner will be given a chance at Group One level. After making a mess of her Gosford debut earlier this month, the two-year-old showed a marked improvement when… Read More »

  • Shagnhai Warrior rated a spring hope

    The jockey has a big opinion of Saturday’s Flemington winner Shanghai Warrior and the trainer an even bigger one. But the two have vastly different ideas about the future of the talented colt. Shanghai Warrior ($6.50) scored a victory in the Bob Skilton Handicap (1100m) that prompted trainer Pat Hyland… Read More »

  • Shinn suspended at Warwick Farm

    Less than a fortnight after returning to the saddle after an improper riding ban, leading jockey Blake Shinn has been suspended for careless riding. Shinn pleaded guilty to careless riding on Cornwall Park, the runner-up in the Berant Builders Handicap (1600m) at Warwick Farm on Saturday. Stewards found Shinn allowed… Read More »

  • Weir lands quinella in Caulfield feature

    Darren Weir started planning his celebrations well before the finish of the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. But when his filly Platelet reached the line in front, the trainer had more to cheer about than he’d anticipated. Platelet, one of three runners Weir saddled in the 1100m Listed sprint,… Read More »

  • Baker revels in Warwick Farm windfall

    The wisdom of Bjorn Baker’s decision to open an Australian stable was put into a financial perspective when Mr Tipsy and Havana Rey continued the former New Zealand trainer’s end-of-season streak on Saturday. Mr Tipsy, backing up after winning at Rosehill last week, took an inside run to beat Sour… Read More »

  • Newitt the national leader among jockeys

    Easily Australia’s most successful jockey this season, Craig Newitt has struck a couple of timely blows at Caulfield on Saturday in his bid to win his first Melbourne jockeys’ title. Newitt rode two of the first three winners to put him two ahead of Luke Nolen after both riders began… Read More »

  • Trainer Hyland praises winning ride

    Jockeys who turn to training can often judge their riders harshly and Pat Hyland is no exception. But at Caulfield on Saturday Hyland was happy to heap praise on the performance of Queensland apprentice Brad Wallace on his filly Bonaria in The Age Hcp (1200m). Bonaria ran away with the… Read More »

  • Exceptionally wins Banjo Paterson Final

    The Melbourne Cup dream is alive for connections of Exceptionally after the mare turned in a strong staying display in the Banjo Paterson Final at Flemington on Saturday. As much as $12 was offered about Exceptionally earlier in the week but the mare started $4.80 and proved the strongest stayer… Read More »

  • Your Song wins again at Rosehill

    As he assembles his spring team, Anthony Cummings is counting Saturday’s Rosehill winner Your Song as one of his potential Group One contenders. The $1 million Golden Rose (1400m) on September 15 will be the target for the son of all-conquering sire Fastnet Rock. Your Song added more strings to… Read More »

  • Flemington win seals Knobel’s dominance

    Ben Knobel’s domination of this season’s Rising Star Series was completed in style on Saturday when the apprentice took out the final at Flemington aboard Banca Mo. Knobel, a runaway winner of the 24-race series for apprentices, partnered the David and Scott Brunton-trained Banca Mo to an eight-length victory in… Read More »

  • Al’s Gold keeps veteran Hood in spotlight

    More than six decades in the business hasn’t dented Mick Hood’s enthusiasm for racing. Although his team is now down to nine, the veteran trainer still gets up early every morning to supervise his horses at Rosehill with the star of the moment Al’s Gold, a winner on his home… Read More »

  • Third time lucky for Embark at Rosehill

    Consistent filly Embark got her reward at Rosehill on Saturday with a last-gasp victory following two close seconds this campaign. Aided by a 1.5kg claim for apprentice Josh Adams, Embark, the $3.50 favourite, claimed Onecatstoomany ($15) in the final bounds of the Pacific West Handicap (1200m). Embark had been ridden… Read More »

  • Le Societe gives Nolen a winning start

    An impressive finishing sprint from Le Societe got Luke Nolen off to a flying start at Caulfield on Saturday. Nolen, who started the day one win behind Craig Newitt in the race for the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership, had to change course in the straight on the Peter Moody-trained Le Societe… Read More »

  • Queen hands it to Nolen for Ascot ride

    After dropping his hands with near disastrous consequences once in the day, jockey Luke Nolen was not going to repeat the mistake with the Queen. Nolen says meeting the Queen after his dramatic Diamond Jubilee Stakes win on Black Caviar was a highlight of his experience at her Royal Ascot… Read More »

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