• Three jockeys suspended at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 5:36 pm

    Apprentice Jordan Childs paid a heavy penalty for weighing in 1kg over his allotted weight when second in Sunday’s Sportingbet Best Tote Handicap (1400m) at Sandown. Childs’s mount To Be Honest finished a nose behind Appoint but the jockey weighed in at 54kg instead of the required 53kg after his […]

  • Starspangledbanner to return to Coolmore

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 5:00 pm

    Sub-fertile stallion Starspangledbanner will be given another chance at Coolmore Stud in Ireland following a stakes double at Royal Ascot. The Wow Signal won the Coventry Stakes and Anthem Alexander claimed the Queen Of Mary Stakes to put dual hemisphere Group One winner Starspangledbanner on the map as a sire. […]

  • Boss pinpoints a couple of spring hopes

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 4:36 pm

    Lightly-raced filly More Radiant and imported stayer Araldo are two of the horses Glen Boss expects can make an impact during the upcoming spring carnival. Boss rode both this season and pinpointed the pair as horses he is looking forward to reuniting with in the spring. “The main one I’m […]

  • History for Pateman at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 4:06 pm

    Brilliance is not without its hiccups for champion jumps jockey Steven Pateman. He put on a master class at Sandown on Sunday, winning the two feature races on Bashboy and Sea King. But Pateman’s struggles to win the mental battle to keep his weight down have been well documented and […]

  • Traveston Girl a future star for Gollan

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 3:42 pm

    A dominant win by Traveston Girl in a 1200 metre race at Doomben has confirmed trainer Tony Gollan’s opinion she is a Group One filly in the making. Gollan, who is in the box seat to claim his first Brisbane premiership, has earmarked the Thousand Guineas at Caulfield in October […]

  • Buffering ready to bounce back in spring

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 2:54 pm

    Popular sprinter Buffering finally realised his trainer’s Group One dreams in the spring but Robert Heathcote admits it was a winter of discontent. Buffering began the season as a nine-time Group One placegetter in races usually won by Black Caviar or Hay List. In their absence, he finally broke through […]

  • Perfect pregnancy for Black Caviar

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 1:48 pm

    Connections of unbeaten superstar Black Caviar have asked not to know the sex of her first foal due in late September. Black Caviar was retired last year after notching her 25th win in the Group One TJ Smith Stakes and was served by Darley stallion Exceed And Excel in the […]

  • Simenon back in jumping groove

    Australian Horse Racing July 13, 2014 12:36 pm

    The much-travelled Simenon has recorded his first victory over obstacles since May 2012 with success in the Grimes Hurdle at Tipperary. One of the most admirable dual-purpose horses in training, Simenon has been campaigned exclusively on the Flat in recent times, finishing second in last season’s Gold Cup at the […]

  • Slade Power adds July Cup to resume

    International Horse Racing July 13, 2014 12:06 pm

    Slade Power has set up a tantalising clash with Lankan Rupee by adding the July Cup to his Group One resume. The Eddie Lynam-trained horse will take on Lankan Rupee in the VRC Sprint at Flemington in November before he begins stud duties with Darley. “I’ve always spoke of him […]

  • Dean Yendall suspended at Flemington

    Australian Horse Racing July 12, 2014 6:12 pm

    Dean Yendall’s national jockeys’ premiership chances have suffered a major blow with a careless riding suspension at Flemington. Yendall will miss 10 meetings after pleading guilty to careless riding aboard Profit Share in the Taj Rossi Series Final on Saturday. Yendall has ridden 143 winners this season. Greg Ryan leads […]

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