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  • Chad Schofield suffers neck fractures

    Australian Horse Racing June 9, 2014 8:30 am

    Chad Schofield is being assessed to determine whether he needs surgery on two fractures in his neck suffered in a three-horse fall at Cranbourne on Sunday. Schofield, who won the Queensland Derby aboard Sonntag a day earlier, was one of three jockeys taken to Dandenong Hospital after the fall. Apprentice […]

  • Barzalona to return to France

    International Horse Racing June 9, 2014 8:30 am

    Jockey Mickael Barzalona is to return home to France but will continue to ride for Godolphin. Barzalona, who won the Epsom Classic aboard Pour Moi in 2011, was snapped up to join Godolphin in 2012 and won both the Dubai World Cup aboard Monterosso and the St Leger on Encke […]

  • Prognosis good for Cirrus Des Aigles

    International Horse Racing June 9, 2014 8:12 am

    Trainer Corine Barande-Barbe is upbeat about the condition of Cirrus Des Aigles, saying X-rays have cleared him of serious injury. The eight-year-old clinched his sixth Group One win in Saturday’s Coronation Cup at Epsom but was lame after the race. He was sound enough to walk into the winner’s enclosure […]

  • Australia delivers for O’Brien at Epsom

    International Horse Racing June 9, 2014 4:36 am

    It’s rare in racing for a horse to live up to the hype but Australia certainly did when giving Aidan O’Brien an unprecedented third successive Epsom Derby. Hailed as potentially the best he had trained by the Ballydoyle handler, some statement considering the likes of Galileo, Giant’s Causeway, High Chaparral […]

  • California Chrome’s owner lashes out

    International Horse Racing June 8, 2014 5:48 pm

    California Chrome’s Triple Crown dream ended in heartbreak at Belmont with owner Steve Coburn criticising the winner’s connections for not running in the first two legs. Coburn’s beloved Chrome, the unlikely champion he and Perry Martin bred for about $10,000, had set US racing alight with victories in the Kentucky […]

  • Group One winner Snitzerland retired

    Australian Horse Racing June 8, 2014 5:18 pm

    Group One winning sprinter Snitzerland has been retired from racing and has a possible date with Black Caviar’s half brother All Too Hard in the spring. The four-year-old was pulled up in an exercise gallop on the eve of the BTC Cup in April. Although cleared of serious injury, she […]

  • Norzita on slow road back from injury

    Australian Horse Racing June 8, 2014 4:00 pm

    Dual Group One winner Norzita is progressing well towards her comeback after missing most of the season with a tendon injury. The four-year-old has returned to the paddock for two weeks after spending three weeks working at Bart and James Cummings’ Randwick stable. The winner of the Flight Stakes and […]

  • Mounting yard the key for Pennuto

    Australian Horse Racing June 8, 2014 3:06 pm

    Trainer Trent Pennuto will know if eccentric mare Nordic But Nice is on her game before she leaves the mounting yard at Mornington. Nordic But Nice’s antics have all but forced Pennuto to race her exclusively on her home track, which is the venue of Monday’s Join As A Member […]

  • Race to be named after Wayne Wilson

    Australian Horse Racing June 8, 2014 2:54 pm

    Racing Queensland officials will rename a major Queensland feature race after the late race caller Wayne Wilson. Tributes have flowed for the popular Wilson since the cancer he fought for 15 years finally claimed him on Friday night. RQ’s chief executive Darren Condon said there would be no better way […]

  • Payne youngsters to stay the distance

    Australian Horse Racing June 8, 2014 1:42 pm

    David Payne has demonstrated his support for juvenile staying races with half the field in the 1800m event at the Randwick public holiday meeting. Before coming to Australia at the turn of the century, Payne forged a successful training career in South Africa where distance races for two-year-olds were part […]

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