• Orr win proves there is life after Caviar

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 5:30 pm

    Peter Moody dutifully praised his horse after Moment Of Change won Group One C.F. Orr Stakes at Caulfield. But he will have saved a large part of the post-race celebration for himself. “He’s a good, honest horse in the right race for him,” Moody said. “He ran them along, he [...]

  • Eagle Farm win continues Matheson revival

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 5:30 pm

    A cap-in-hand telephone call to trainer Kelso Wood has proved a career saver for in-form apprentice Kirk Matheson. Matheson and Wood were in the winners’ circle again on Saturday when Seeking More ($5.50) won the Asahi Handicap at Eagle Farm. Seeking More was Matheson’s seventh winner, and his sixth in [...]

  • Waikato Sprint winner set for Sydney trip

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 5:00 pm

    Dual New Zealand Group One winner Viadana could seek black type in Sydney this autumn. Last year’s Easter Handicap winner added a second Group One when she won the Waikato Sprint at Te Rapa, sneaking through on the inside to win by a head. Viadana is likely to head next [...]

  • Order Of The Sun stakes early Derby claim

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 4:12 pm

    A tough front-running win by Order Of The Sun at Randwick had Gai Waterhouse outlining plans for one of the major races on the calendar. Waterhouse believes the $2 million Australian Derby (2400m) on April 12 is within the scope of the colt who she says reminds her of Nothin’ [...]

  • Chittick thrilled at Coleman’s G1 victory

    International Horse Racing February 8, 2014 3:54 pm

    Waikato Stud’s Garry Chittick says he has known Michael Coleman since the jockey was a boy. And he could couldn’t have been happier when the leading rider brought home Chittick’s home-bred mare Costume to win the Group One International Stakes (2000m) at Te Rapa, coming from well back to just [...]

  • Flying Home earns winter carnival call-up

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 3:42 pm

    BRISBANE Feb 8 AAP – The jockey was a late scratching with a stomach upset, the trainer had just recovered from the `flu but the horse was at his best when Flying Home won at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Flying Home ($7) earned himself a winter carnival campaign when he [...]

  • In-form Lankan Rupee in Group One frame

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 3:30 pm

    Mick Price and Craig Newitt are poised to feature heavily in Melbourne’s major sprint races after Lankan Rupee scored a dominant first-up win at Caulfield. They already have star mare Samaready in their corner as she heads towards Saturday’s Group One Lightning Stakes. And Lankan Rupee made the right impression [...]

  • Blue Diamond plot thickens after Preludes

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 3:24 pm

    The Blue Diamond battle lines could hardly have been more clearly drawn than by the flying filly Earthquake and the outstanding colt Rubick at Caulfield on Saturday. The Sydney pair staked their claims for Victoria’s premier juvenile race with brilliant wins, both overcoming difficulties and both proving totally dominant. Earthquake [...]

  • Moment Of Change takes out Orr Stakes

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 3:18 pm

    Moment Of Change ended a run of outs with an all-the-way win in the CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday. Giving trainer Peter Moody and jockey Luke Nolen their fourth success in the past five editions of the famous weight-for-age race, Moment Of Change held on to beat Sydney [...]

  • Unbeaten Law on track for $3.5m Slipper

    Australian Horse Racing February 8, 2014 2:42 pm

    On a day when Sydney’s glamour two-year-olds staked their claims for the Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield, Law was at home at Randwick taking the next step to the Golden Slipper. Earthquake and Rubick won their respective Preludes in Melbourne ahead of the $1 million Group One race in two [...]

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