• Anfitriona does it tough, lands windfall

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 5:30 pm

    Luck played little part in Anfitriona’s VOBIS Gold Heath win, which provided a six-figure windfall for connections at Caulfield on Saturday. Anfitriona’s jockey Glen Boss was unable to get the filly closer than three horses off the inside rail throughout the race but the three-year-old proved too strong in the […]

  • Thornton ride pivotal in Jemerica victory

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 5:30 pm

    Apprentice Damien Thornton earned praise from trainer Mike Moroney for his initiative after Jemerica sprinted to an all-the-way win at Caulfield on Saturday. Moroney said his instructions to Thornton were to go back on the filly in The Champagne Pommery Masters Handicap. But after beginning quickly from the outside barrier, […]

  • McDonald equals Rawiller in premiership

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 5:24 pm

    James McDonald will head to the final race meeeting of the season more determined than ever to ride a winner. The Chris Waller-trained Reigning gave McDonald a much-needed boost at Randwick on Saturday with his win moving him to 70 and equal footing with Nash Rawiller. A countback of McDonald’s […]

  • Randwick double softens Lees’ title loss

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 5:00 pm

    A double at Randwick went some way to compensating Newcastle trainer Kris Lees after Paul Perry took out their local premiership. The two went into Saturday’s Newcastle meeting level-pegging but Perry sealed the title with two winners to Lees’ one. Lees made the trip to Sydney to watch Oriental Lady […]

  • Comeback horse makes Epic Doomben return

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 4:42 pm

    Comeback galloper Epic confirmed he was on course for a possible southern spring campaign with a comprehensive win at Doomben on Saturday. Epic ($4.20) gave apprentice Anthony Allen and trainer Kelly Schweida a winning double when he scored in the Bottle-O Handicap (1630m). It is an understatement to say Epic […]

  • Royal Jackpot collects $100,000 cash bonus

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 4:24 pm

    Foreign Prince ended his three-year-old season on a high at Randwick on Saturday but the big winner in his race was fourth placegetter Royal Jackpot. Trained in Canberra by Matt Dale, the appropriately named Royal Jackpot claimed the $100,000 bonus on offer as the first William Inglis-sold horse home in […]

  • Thiamandi bursts Lord Of The Sky bubble

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 4:24 pm

    Punters were left as flat as the beaten favourite Lord Of The Sky after Saturday’s Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield. Lord Of The Sky firmed into $1.40 to claim his second straight Group Three win but the Robbie Laing-trained colt’s chances were gone as soon as jockey Dwayne Dunn […]

  • Moody aims for stakes win with Sino Eagle

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 4:18 pm

    The first part of trainer Peter Moody’s plan to build on Sino Eagle’s racetrack record this campaign has been a success at Caulfield on Saturday. The more important part will be trying to add to the mare’s black-type placing from the autumn in the new racing season. Sino Eagle returned […]

  • Baron Archer remains unbeaten at Caulfield

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 2:54 pm

    Baron Archer is a massive horse with a reputation to match after keeping an unbeaten start to his career at Caulfield on Saturday. The Jason Warren-trained gelding, who stands more than 17 hands tall, passed his biggest test yet when he raced to his third win from as many starts […]

  • In-form Snowdens land race-to-race double

    Australian Horse Racing July 26, 2014 2:06 pm

    An early race-to-race double at Randwick with a pair of juveniles has underscored the rise of the father-and-son training partnership of Peter and Paul Snowden. Peter Snowden was formerly the head trainer for Darley Australia and his son ran the Melbourne arm until they began their new venture in May. […]

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