• Inkling scores runaway win for Snowdens

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 3:48 pm

    Less than two months into a training venture with his son Paul, Peter Snowden is rightly making plans to be a force during the spring carnival. The Snowdens trained their second two-year-old winner in 24 hours and their third in a week when first starter Inkling made short work of […]

  • Technology key to advancing racing in Qld

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 3:24 pm

    Racing Queensland will put a heavy emphasis on improving technology to ensure the future of horse racing in the state. As Racing Queensland prepared to release its strategic plan 2014-17 for public comment on Thursday, CEO Darren Condon said the industry’s future success hinged on its ability to sell a […]

  • Cradle Me poised to continue winning ways

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 2:24 pm

    It took David Pfieffer only a curious glance at the Group One Tattersall’s Tiara field to confirm his decision to set Cradle Me for a hat-trick of Sydney wins at Randwick on Saturday. Cradle Me goes into the Instagram @ATC_Races Handicap as one of winter racing’s in-form mares but her […]

  • Wide draw a welcome change for Rocker

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 2:12 pm

    Perth trainer Simon Miller believes an outside barrier will be a major plus as he chases his first Queensland Group One win with Platinum Rocker in the Tatt’s Tiara on Saturday. Platinum Rocker will jump from barrier 15 in a field reduced to 16 by the early scratching of Victorian […]

  • Weight right for Goold at Doomben

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 2:00 pm

    Apprentice Geoff Goold showed he had put his weight demons behind him with a faultless winning ride on Coruba Queen at Doomben on Wednesday. The Len Treloar-trained Coruba Queen ($7) took a split between the leaders in the straight to win the Hidden Dragon @ Lyndhurst Hcp (1350m). Goold, a […]

  • Tinto bidding for historic double

    Australian Horse Racing June 18, 2014 12:30 pm

    Queensland Oaks winner Tinto will be chasing a slice of history when she tackles the Group Three Tattersall’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday. No horse has won the Oaks and the Tattersall’s Cup, one of Queensland’s oldest races, in the same year. Champion mare Bright Shadow is the only […]

  • Sole Power defends King’s Stand Stakes

    International Horse Racing June 18, 2014 9:42 am

    Sole Power is set to return to Royal Ascot on Saturday after he achieved the first leg of a coveted sprint double by winning the King’s Stand Stakes for the second year running. The Eddie Lynam-trained seven-year-old will now bid to replicate Australian sprinter Choisir’s 2003 double when he runs […]

  • Hootenanny wins for Ward and Espinoza

    International Horse Racing June 18, 2014 9:42 am

    Hootenanny has given American trainer Wesley Ward his fourth Royal Ascot winner with a dominant display in the Windsor Castle Stakes. Ward enjoyed a groundbreaking double with Strike The Tiger in the Windsor Castle and Jealous Again in the Queen Mary Stakes in 2009 and added to his tally with […]

  • Frankie has the Wow factor

    International Horse Racing June 18, 2014 9:30 am

    Frankie Dettori got off the mark for the week as The Wow Signal justified his tall reputation in the Coventry Stakes at Royal Ascot. The John Quinn-trained colt is by Australian horse Starspangledbanner who emulated his own sire Choisir when he won the Golden Jubilee Stakes at the Royal meeting. […]

  • Kingman wins St James’s Palace Stakes

    International Horse Racing June 18, 2014 4:24 am

    Kingman streaked past rival Night of Thunder with a scintillating burst in the final furlong to win the St James’s Palace Stakes, the feature race of the opening day of the Royal Ascot meeting. Kingman, the 8-11 favourite, broke to the front from the outside and pulled away for a […]

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