Australian Horse Racing

  • Campbell looking to press on with Cauthen

    Australian Horse Racing September 9, 2013 2:00 pm

    New Zealand trainer Andrew Campbell will continue with the Caulfield Guineas campaign of Cauthen as long as the colt gets the all clear after a veterinary examination on Tuesday. Cauthen failed in Saturday’s Listed Henry Bucks Stakes (1400m), finishing 12th as favourite. He was subsequently being found to be suffering […]

  • Lost In The Moment wins in Turkey

    Australian Horse Racing September 9, 2013 12:18 pm

    Global traveller Lost In the Moment has come from last to claim the Group Two International Bosphorus Cup for Godolphin at Veliefendi in Turkey. The horse has been to Australia twice, finishing sixth in Dunaden’s 2011 Melbourne Cup and fifth in last year’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington won by […]

  • Royal Empire still a Melbourne Cup hope

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 6:12 pm

    Godolphin hopes to get Royal Empire to the Melbourne Cup despite his defeat as the topweight at Kempton and issues over quarantine. The 9-4 favourite was beaten a head by another Godolphin runner, Prince Bishop, in Saturday’s September Stakes at Kempton. “Royal Empire is a possible runner for Melbourne but […]

  • Marwood Guineas bound after Bendigo win

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 6:06 pm

    An emphatic win in a restricted race at Bendigo on Sunday has earned Marwood the chance to step up to spring carnival racing. The Mike Moroney-trained three-year-old will be tested in the Caulfield Guineas Prelude in three weeks with a view to the Group One Guineas two weeks later. It […]

  • Mufhasa ready for comeback

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 5:48 pm

    New Zealand’s seemingly endless winter could force veteran campaigner Mufhasa to cross the Tasman to get his spring racing underway. Trainer Bruce Wallace said the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick on September 21 and the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield on the same day were options being […]

  • Morgan taking Star Rolling to Ballarat

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 5:00 pm

    Peter Morgan’s frustrations at not being able to get Star Rolling into his preferred races has prompted the trainer to look to a provincial event on Thursday. Star Rolling, a horse Morgan is trying to get to the Caulfield Cup, has a low rating and will go around in a […]

  • Cassidy looking to Zoustar to step up

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 4:54 pm

    There’s no such thing as the nervous nineties for champion jockey Jim Cassidy but he is hoping he can edge closer to a century of Group One wins aboard Zoustar in the Golden Rose. Cassidy has ridden the winners of 98 Group One races and doesn’t expect it will take […]

  • Walter’s Epsom hopes on trial

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 3:42 pm

    Guy Walter’s leading Epsom Handicap contenders Streama and Toydini will be given barrier trials on Monday in preparation for their lead-up runs to the Group One mile. The trainer opted not to run dual Group One winner Streama in Saturday’s Chelmsford Stakes won by Hawkspur, preferring to keep her ticking […]

  • Dwyer’s Indian ban reduced on appeal

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 2:36 pm

    British jockeys have been cautioned about riding in India in the wake of Martin Dwyer’s suspension. Dwyer had an eight-month suspension reduced to 56 days at an appeal in India on Saturday which he said he would ask British authorities not to reciprocate. The 38-year-old finished a narrow third on […]

  • Heathcote mares return in Sheraco

    Australian Horse Racing September 8, 2013 2:06 pm

    Fillydelphia has recovered from a minor back ailment to join stablemate Fire Up Fifi on a trip to Sydney for a tilt at Saturday’s Group Three Sheraco Stakes at Rosehill. Leading Brisbane trainer Robert Heathcote was disappointed with Fillydelphia when she could finish only fourth in a Doomben barrier trial […]

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