Australian Horse Racing

  • Leon and Troy Corstens to form partnership

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 6:24 pm

    Leon Corstens and his son Troy will form a training partnership from the start of the new season with stables in three places. Veteran trainer Leon Corstens operates out of a private property at Romsey in country Victoria while Troy will remain based at Flemington. Troy Corstens said the pair […]

  • Popular ‘chaser See More Business dies

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 5:42 pm

    Champion British jumps trainer Paul Nicholls has described See More Business as the horse of a lifetime following the death of the 1999 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner. See More Business spent his final days on co-owner Paul Barber’s property. “He was the horse of a lifetime. He was what jumps […]

  • Monticule primed to make Randwick debut

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 5:36 pm

    What he lacks in experience, Monticule makes up for in pedigree heading to his debut at Randwick. The two-year-old will have his first race experience over 1550 metres on Saturday but his trainer Gerald Ryan has no qualms about sending him out over the distance. The gelding is by 2008 […]

  • Pharrell going for big finish at Caulfield

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 5:30 pm

    New Zealander Pharrell has one last chance to deliver on a target his owner set earlier in the season when he contests the Handicap at Caulfield. Pharrell joined the Cranbourne-based team of Nick Harnett earlier this year with the sole aim of claiming a city race in Melbourne during […]

  • Baron Archer out to keep unbeaten record

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 5:12 pm

    Baron Archer is the biggest horse Jason Warren has trained. And with two wins from as many starts, he is one of the most promising in the trainer’s stable. “We’ve actually never put the measuring stick on him, but he would be over 17 hands,” Warren’s assistant trainer Mitchell Beer […]

  • Paul Messara set to manage Arrowfield Stud

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 4:36 pm

    Paul Messara is to wind down his training business to assume the position of stud master at his family’s Arrowfield Stud. The departure of Sam Fairgray to sales company William Inglis has prompted Messara to take the reins at Arrowfield sooner than planned with many of the country’s best-bred horses […]

  • Mallyon out to charge into top-five list

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 4:30 pm

    Apprentice Katelyn Mallyon has two meetings to propel herself into the top echelon of this season’s Melbourne jockeys. Mallyon is likely to win her second Melbourne apprentices’ title but the young rider could also finish in the top five in the senior jockeys’ premiership for the first time. Mallyon’s doubles […]

  • Ryan has three chances at valuable bonus

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 4:00 pm

    It is the race within a race that has come a week too late for Gerald Ryan as a racehorse owner. But while Ryan is still ruing two-year-old Inz’N’Out’s defeat, as a trainer he is in an enviable position to snare a valuable bonus for his clients at Randwick on […]

  • Moor to keep Lord in sight in Bletchingly

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 3:12 pm

    Daniel Moor knows he will see the back of Lord Of The Sky early in the Bletchingly Stakes but the jockey isn’t prepared to concede the Caulfield feature to the odds-on favourite. Moor will continue his partnership with the Mick Price-trained Le Bonsir in the $150,000 Group Three race after […]

  • Payne not conceding GN Steeple to Bashboy

    Australian Horse Racing July 25, 2014 1:36 pm

    A horse on the verge of his own jumps racing accomplishment is considered the biggest danger to Bashboy claiming a record third-straight Grand National Steeplechase at Sandown on Sunday. Trainer Patrick Payne will saddle up two runners in the five-horse field including Sea King who will attempt to become the […]

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