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  • Apprentice James Orman in biggest win

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 6:00 pm

    Emerging Queensland apprentice James Orman had some anxious moments before landing the biggest win of his fledging career on Beau Boy in the Labour Day Cup at Ipswich. The Cup distance was 2150m but Beau Boy ($4.60) probably covered closer to 2200m on Monday after running off on the first […]

  • That’s A Good Idea on stakes trail

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 5:54 pm

    That’s A Good Idea’s winning debut for his new stable in a midweek sprint has set him up for a tilt at spring stakes races. Formerly with Joe Pride, That’s A Good Idea ($5) had his first start for Peter and Paul Snowden in Monday’s 4Track4Kids welter (1000m) at Randwick. […]

  • Oliver after another Thousand Guineas win

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 5:51 pm

    Afleet Esprit has continued to rise to the occasion and Damien Oliver believes she can do so again as the jockey chases his sixth Thousand Guineas success at Caulfield. The filly has recorded four wins and a close second from her five starts this campaign. She heads into Saturday’s Group […]

  • First Seal back-up decision delayed

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 5:06 pm

    A decision on whether brilliant Flight Stakes winner First Seal attempts to become the first filly to win the Spring Champion Stakes will be made as late as possible. Trainer John Thompson said First Seal’s constitution had got her through Saturday’s Group One race against her own sex in fine […]

  • Silent Achiever to run in Cox Plate

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 5:03 pm

    Nash Rawiller will be reunited with Silent Achiever in the Cox Plate. Trainer Roger James has confirmed the New Zealand mare will have her next start in the weight-for-age feature on October 25 rather than the Caulfield Cup a week earlier. Rawiller, who is in Hong Kong on a short-term […]

  • Waller pleased with Cups rehandicaps

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 3:51 pm

    Weight penalties for Junoob and Who Shot Thebarman have increased trainer Chris Waller’s Caulfield Cup contenders to a possible four runners. Junoob, winner of the Group One Metropolitan at Randwick on Saturday, and Who Shot Thebarman who took out the Bart Cummings at Flemington on the same day, have both […]

  • Shooting To Win Caulfield Guineas

    Australian Horse Racing October 6, 2014 3:45 pm

    Peter and Paul Snowden know what it takes to win a Caulfield Guineas. And Paul Snowden says Shooting To Win has as much talent as the two winners of the $1 million race he has been involved with in the past three years. The father and son team started a […]

  • Olympic Glory wins at Longchamp

    International Horse Racing October 6, 2014 10:45 am

    Frankie Dettori has brought Olympic Glory with a well timed run to beat Gordon Lord Byron in the Group One Prix de la Foret at Longchamp. Dettori bided his time aboard the Richard Hannon-trained 5-1 shot and he was still last rounding the home turn. Irish challengers Gordon Lord Byron […]

  • Treve emulates Alleged with second Arc win

    International Horse Racing October 6, 2014 2:53 am

    Treve has become the first horse since Alleged in 1977/78 to win Europe’s most prestigious race, the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe, in successive years as she stormed home at Longchamp. Treve – giving jockey Thierry Jarnet his fourth win in the race – on Sunday came home ahead of […]

  • Rich Tapestry wins at Santa Anita

    International Horse Racing October 5, 2014 8:39 pm

    Hong Kong sprinter Rich Tapestry has become the first Hong Kong-trained horse to win a major race in the United States. Ridden by Olivier Doleuze for trainer Michael Chang, Rich Tapestry won the Grade One Santa Anita Sprint (1200m) to earn automatic entry to the Breeders’ Cup. “This feels great, […]

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