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  • Melbourne on radar for NZ horse Cauthen

    Australian Horse Racing August 11, 2014 1:24 pm

    The 2013 Cox Plate and Caulfield Guineas results brought mixed emotions for New Zealand trainer Andrew Campbell. Campbell trains Cauthen who beat subsequent Cox Plate winner Shamus Award and Guineas winner Long John in a Moonee Valley stakes race in August. Things went pear-shaped at his next start and the […]

  • Dick Whittington wins the Phoenix Stakes

    International Horse Racing August 11, 2014 10:00 am

    Trainer Aidan O’Brien’s domination of the Phoenix Stakes has continued with Dick Whittington causing a minor upset in the Curragh feature. The Group One contest has been won by some of Ballydoyle’s leading juveniles over the years, with Johannesburg (2001), George Washington (2005), Holy Roman Emperor (2006) and Mastercraftsman (2008) […]

  • Carlton House retired to Darley Stud

    Australian Horse Racing August 11, 2014 9:54 am

    High-profile horse Carlton House has been retired from racing and will stand at Darley Stud this spring. Originally with Sir Michael Stoute in England, Carlton House was trained in Australia by Gai Waterhouse and had his final start when third in the race named for his owner, the Queen Elizabeth […]

  • Affirmation a Golden Rose prospect

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 5:36 pm

    Trainer Tony McEvoy will use the Up And Coming Stakes at Randwick to test Affirmation’s Golden Rose prospects. Affirmation was floated to from South Australia to McEvoy’s Hawkesbury base on the outskirts of Sydney after he scored a dominant win at Caulfield to end his juvenile season two weeks ago. […]

  • Winners keep coming for Liam Birchley

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 5:06 pm

    Liam Birchley’s stable has been depleted in recent times with four of his promising young horses sold to Hong Kong. But it hasn’t slowed the popular trainer who likes to travel his horses and has produced two smart three-year-old winners in the past week. Gun Case went to Coffs Harbour […]

  • No big spring plans for Tiger Tees

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 4:54 pm

    Unless the rain comes, trainer Joe Pride is prepared to rest Tiger Tees despite his first-up Group Three win at Flemington. Pride entered the Group One winner in the Missile Stakes at Randwick and the Aurie’s Star in Melbourne on Saturday and chose the latter hoping for a softer track. […]

  • Pinstripe Lane building to a spring return

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 4:48 pm

    Queensland Derby runner-up Pinstripe Lane has been gelded since his winter Group One placing and will have a staying target during the Melbourne Cup carnival. Troy Corstens, now training in partnership with his father Leon, said Pinstripe Lane was progressing nicely after a break and would trial in a couple […]

  • Ryan has strong team of three-year-olds

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 4:48 pm

    Star colt Rubick’s spring campaign has been delayed but Gerald Ryan still has plenty of fire power for the early season three-year-old races. Among his team is Bachman who is being set for an audacious first-up bid at Group One glory in next month’s $1 million Golden Rose. A virus […]

  • Michael Cahill to take a short break

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 3:36 pm

    Michael Cahill got the perfect send off for his annual mid-year holiday with a win on NSW country galloper Solitaire Princess at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Cahill surrendered his Brisbane jockeys’ premiership to Tim Bell on the final day of last season but still rode 109 winners overall. He will […]

  • Price to have strong hand in Vain Stakes

    Australian Horse Racing August 10, 2014 3:18 pm

    Champion sprinter Lankan Rupee is still four weeks away from his highly anticipated return but trainer Mick Price is ready to unveil a few of his other spring carnival aspirants. Price has Group One-placed colts Jabali and Cornrow resuming in Saturday’s Vain Stakes and they will be joined in the […]

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