• Glen Boss buoyant about Chivalry’s return

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 5:48 pm

    Champion jockey Glen Boss is excited about the spring prospects of promising colt Chivalry who makes his return in Saturday’s McNeil Stakes at Caulfield. Boss has never ridden the Mark Kavanagh-trained horse in a race but he has partnered him in two recent jump outs at Flemington. He believes Chivalry […]

  • Copy gives Godolphin first Sydney win

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 5:36 pm

    Godolphin has posted its first Sydney winner since Sheikh Mohammed rebranded his Australian thoroughbred racing team to carry the world-famous stable’s royal blue colours. And while Copy will never be held in the same regard as some of her highly decorated stablemates, trainer John O’Shea was thankful the mare had […]

  • Dunn out to make amends on Messene in G1

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 5:30 pm

    Dwayne Dunn does not have fond memories of the last time he rode Messene. But the jockey is intent on erasing that when he reunites with the exciting galloper in Australia’s first Group One race of the season at Caulfield on Saturday. “I rode him at Moonee Valley once first-up […]

  • Bush trip sparks Lily My Girl into form

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 5:12 pm

    A homecoming trip for trainer Pat Duff has proved a catalyst for the improved form of his mare Lily My Girl. The five-year-old continued her consistent vein of form with a victory at Ipswich on Wednesday, six weeks after she posted a narrow victory in the Queensland country town of […]

  • Kuro adds to Pride’s early-season charge

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 4:48 pm

    Joe Pride’s best day at the races has been turned into the hottest winning streak of the young trainer’s career. Pride claimed four of the eight races at Randwick last Saturday and either side of that haul he trained a winner at Canterbury before he opened Wednesday’s rain-sodden Warwick Farm […]

  • Waller commits Beau to Rosehill return

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 4:12 pm

    Chris Waller concedes he has no alternative but to run wet-track risk Brazen Beau when the leading Golden Rose contender makes his return to racing on Saturday. Brazen Beau, Group One-placed in the J J Atkins Stakes, steps out for the first time since the Brisbane winter carnival when he […]

  • Promising colt Divan wins at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 3:54 pm

    Damien Oliver is convinced Divan has the potential to live up to his outstanding pedigree after the much-hyped colt scored a narrow but impressive win at Sandown. The three-year-old is by champion sire Zabeel out of seven-time Group One winner Seachange and despite over-racing in a slowly run event he […]

  • Birchley undecided on plans for Country

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 2:54 pm

    Trainer Liam Birchley doesn’t know what to make of three-year-old Headwater Country after his freakish win at Ipswich on Wednesday. Headwater Country ($3.60) appeared likely to run last at the 600m and still looked only a place chance with 100m to go before charging late to win the Brisbane Airport […]

  • Dansolei poised to end trainer’s dry run

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 12:30 pm

    Trainer Kelso Wood is set to end a rare run of outs with promising three-year-old Dansolei at Doomben on Saturday. Dansolei will be having just her second start when she tackles the Courier Mail Handicap (1350m). Wood has been one of Brisbane’s top trainers for three decades, his best horses […]

  • Quality field of 11 for Memsie Stakes

    Australian Horse Racing August 27, 2014 11:48 am

    Six Group One winners headline a quality field of 11 runners declared for Saturday’s weight-for-age Memsie Stakes at Caulfield. Track specialist Moment Of Change will be chasing his fourth elite win over the 1400m route from barrier eight with Luke Nolen to ride. Star New Zealand mare Silent Achiever has […]

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