• Double Dee to run in Melbourne

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 5:36 pm

    Trainer Jason Warren was relieved to win with one well-related galloper at Geelong on Thursday and he is confident of doing likewise with another at Flemington on Anzac Day. Warren has Cox Plate winner Shamus Award’s older half-sister Double Dee in Friday’s Kokoda Track Handicap, a day after producing stable [...]

  • Brisbane beckons for Taxmeifyoucan

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 5:30 pm

    Talented sprinter-miler Taxmeifyoucan will be on trial for a trip to Brisbane when he resumes on the final day of the Sydney autumn carnival at Randwick. A brilliant winner of the Scone Guineas last year, the Greg Hickman-trained gelding will line up in the BMW Handicap (1200m) on Saturday with [...]

  • I Am The General to press spring claims

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 4:54 pm

    Trainer Shane Nichols will use an off-season race at Sandown on Saturday to gauge the spring carnival credentials of juvenile I Am The General. The city winner resumes at Sandown having been spelled after he finished worse than midfield in the $2 million Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast [...]

  • First runner for Paul Snowden at Gosford

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 4:30 pm

    Paul Snowden will saddle up his first runner as a public trainer when Tumult runs at Gosford on Anzac Day. The three-year-old, formerly part of the Darley string but now owned by syndication company Darby Racing, will line up in the Singo’s Wholesale Meats Handicap (1100m). The son of Darley [...]

  • Arnold chasing third Anzac Day Stakes win

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 4:12 pm

    Steven Arnold knew he had ridden a potential star when he won last year’s Listed Anzac Day Stakes at Flemington. Arnold steered the Darley galloper Long John to an easy win to confirm his opinion he was riding an exciting two-year-old. “He carried 59 (kilograms) and he killed them and [...]

  • Group One title up for grabs

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 3:24 pm

    The All Aged Stakes could determine bragging rights as the Sydney autumn carnival’s leading Group One trainer. Joe Pride, Chris Waller and Gai Waterhouse all have two Group One wins apiece and all have runners in Saturday’s All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Randwick. Pride sends out the two horses who [...]

  • Fillies out to extend juvenile dominance

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 3:18 pm

    There is an even split between the fillies and males in Saturday’s Champagne Stakes on numbers, but when it comes to getting results in the major juvenile races this season there has been no such equality. Fillies have won all three Group One two-year-old contests this year. Such has been [...]

  • Politeness scratched by Smerdon

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 3:12 pm

    Robert Smerdon has scratched Politeness from feature races in Sydney and Adelaide but remains convinced he has a live Group One chance in Shamal Wind. Politeness was a dual acceptor for the All Aged Stakes in Sydney and the Robert Sangster Stakes in Adelaide on Saturday but was withdrawn from [...]

  • McEvoy wants final G1 for Snowden

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 3:12 pm

    Kerrin McEvoy didn’t deliver Peter Snowden’s first Group One win for Sheikh Mohammed but he hopes to lay claim to the last. McEvoy will attempt to give Snowden a fitting send off when he rides the trainer’s final Group One runner under the Darley banner, Kumaon in Saturday’s Champagne Stakes [...]

  • Qld breeders reveal new prize money model

    Australian Horse Racing April 24, 2014 2:48 pm

    Queensland breeders have formally unveiled their plans to boost Queensland’s ailing prize money levels through a rejuvenated bonus scheme. It has been mooted for months that the breeders wanted a $6.5 multi-million injection of state government money to boost the QTIS bonus scheme. QTIS bonus payments are paid to placegetters [...]

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