• Hopfgarten wins Sunshine Coast Guineas

    Australian Horse Racing June 28, 2014 3:36 pm

    Hopfgarten saved his trainer Robert Heathcote from more sleepless nights with a win in the Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas on Saturday. Hopfgarten won four races in a row earlier this year and Heathcote had to decide whether to set him for the Queensland Derby or shorter races. He opted […]

  • Trip south looming for Miss Cover Girl

    Australian Horse Racing June 28, 2014 2:42 pm

    Trainer Kelly Schweida is tempted to abandon his usual policy of chasing QTIS bonus money and head south with unbeaten two-year-old Miss Cover Girl. Schweida has long had a policy of keeping his good two and three-year-olds in Queensland to chase bonuses. However, he was left pondering after Miss Cover […]

  • Caulfield Guineas plans for Zebulon

    Australian Horse Racing June 28, 2014 2:18 pm

    Co-trainer Peter Morgan flagged Caulfield Guineas plans for Zebulon after the colt’s stylish Flemington success. Zebulon figured heavily in the stewards’ report on debut at Werribee on June 15 but clear running and a firmer surface helped him to a 1-3/4-length win in the Murray Cox Handicap (1410m) on Saturday. […]

  • Early double to Chris Waller

    Australian Horse Racing June 28, 2014 1:54 pm

    A second win from two starts by juvenile Winx is a bonus for a filly whose breeding indicates she will be a much better three-year-old. The first winner of an early race-to-race double for premier trainer Chris Waller at Rosehill on Saturday, Winx ($1.45) overhauled Inz’N’Out ($5) and stretched out […]

  • Little Brown Horse stands tall in Qld

    Australian Horse Racing June 28, 2014 1:48 pm

    Mighty midget Little Brown Horse earned herself a crack at open company with a last-stride win at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday. Little Brown Horse is one of the smallest horses racing in Queensland at 15.2 hands but few would have a bigger heart. Apprentice Geoff Goold got the best […]

  • Form patterns favour Jimando

    Australian Horse Racing June 27, 2014 5:24 pm

    If form patterns are any indication, Jimando will win Saturday’s Winter Championship Heat at Flemington at good odds. Jimando’s last two second-up outings have reaped wins over the Flemington 1400m course with bookies offering the generous prices of $12 and $15 in those successes. One part of the equation is […]

  • Diva to be served by Starspangledbanner

    Australian Horse Racing June 27, 2014 4:54 pm

    Triple Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva has been booked to sire-of-the-moment Starspangledbanner this spring. The mare’s owner Tony Santic bred Starspangledbanner who went on to win Group One races in Australia for a syndicate and in England after being bought by Coolmore. A son of Choisir, Starspangledbanner proved to be […]

  • Jamie Mott ready for jumps debut

    Australian Horse Racing June 27, 2014 4:18 pm

    Victorian jockey Jamie Mott begins a new chapter in his career at Warrnambool with his first ride over jumps. Mott has no plans to give up flat riding and will combine both disciplines at Sunday’s meeting where he rides the Russell Cameron-trained Cottonwood Sky in the maiden hurdle. The heavyweight […]

  • Treloar fancies treble at Sunshine Coast

    Australian Horse Racing June 27, 2014 4:18 pm

    Len Treloar goes to the Sunshine Coast meeting with high hopes of a home track feature treble to put the icing on the cake of his best training season since his move to Queensland. After beginning his career in Adelaide, Treloar moved to Melbourne then spent seven successful years in […]

  • Test for Boss to decide Flemington plans

    Australian Horse Racing June 27, 2014 4:06 pm

    Leading jockey Glen Boss will conduct a simple test before he decides whether to ride at Saturday’s Flemington meeting. Boss will attempt to get a riding boot on over a swollen left foot, which he injured when riding at unofficial trials on Friday morning. The hoop’s foot was slammed against […]

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