• McCoy equals Martin Pipe’s record

    International Horse Racing July 17, 2014 9:24 am

    Champion jumps jockey Tony McCoy has equalled trainer Martin Pipe’s career tally of 4191 winners with a typically powerful display aboard On The Record at Uttoxeter. McCoy drove the favourite over the line after a tough tussle with Bangkok Pete. The 25-1 outsider pushed On the Record all the way […]

  • McEvoy makes timely return to saddle

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 5:48 pm

    The timing of Kerrin McEvoy couldn’t be faulted even if his fitness was questionable as he returned to riding with a Warwick Farm double on Wednesday. With Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s bloodstock advisor John Ferguson in Australia to announce racing superpower Darley would morph into Godolphin for the […]

  • Stable stalwart to help Waller record bid

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 5:24 pm

    Chris Waller will be looking for a contribution from one of his stable’s blue-collar gallopers to keep him on an unlikely course for a record-breaking season at Rosehill on Saturday. Waller’s horses are once again out in force on his home track with 17 acceptors in six races, including a […]

  • Julius chasing breakthrough city success

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 5:12 pm

    If luck had gone his way, Joshua Julius might already be the trainer of a city winner rather than trying to achieve that goal in Saturday’s Ascot Racecourse Handicap at Flemington. Julius’s charge Clang And Dazzle featured in the stewards’ report two starts back when jockey Craig Newitt had no […]

  • Dunn moves closer to milestone victory

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 4:42 pm

    Trainer Matt Dunn was cautious about the future despite moving into the bracket of top 10 trainers for Australia-wide winners with his 97th success for the season on Wednesday. The victory by Harmonized Feeling in the Canadian Club Hcp (1300m) at Eagle Farm was his 49th in the city this […]

  • Hayes, Dabernig form training partnership

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 3:36 pm

    Tom Dabernig predicts little will change for the Lindsay Park operation despite his elevation to the position of David Hayes’s training partner. A son of Hayes’s sister Jan, Dabernig has been an assistant trainer to his uncle since 2006 but will become the Hall Of Fame member’s partner in Lindsay […]

  • Godolphin sets up stable in Australia

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 3:00 pm

    One of the most recognisable brands in world racing will become a permanent part of the Australian thoroughbred landscape with Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum’s Godolphin stable to open for business from the new season. From August 1, Godolphin’s famous royal blue silks will be worn by all runners […]

  • Zabeelionaire to trial over jumps

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 1:48 pm

    South Australian Derby winner Zabeelionaire will head to Cranbourne on Friday with an eye on emulating the versatile performer Gotta Take Care. Gotta Take Care has mixed flat and jumps racing with great success in recent years, his adaptability netting him more than $1 million in stakes. Zabeelionaire’s managing owner […]

  • Future bright for Upstart Pride

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 1:42 pm

    Trainer Michael Nolan thought plunge horse Upstart Pride was a forlorn chance after it missed the start in the opening race at Eagle Farm on Wednesday. As much as $14 was offered about Upstart Pride when markets opened on Tuesday and he was backed into $3 at one stage before […]

  • Distance test for Ramornie runner-up

    Australian Horse Racing July 16, 2014 12:30 pm

    Speedy galloper Rocky King will be on trial for a trip to Melbourne when he tackles the longest distance of his career at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Trainer Tom Bourke decided to target the Netball Disney Classic Hcp (1300m) after Rocky King ran second to boom galloper Big Money over […]

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