Australian Horse Racing

  • Peter Moody set for winning start to new season

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 5:00 pm

    His fourth successive Melbourne trainers’ premiership is behind him, now for the fifth. Peter Moody begins the new battle at Moonee Valley on Saturday with a couple of chances and a couple of experimental offerings he is hoping will transform into spring prospects. Of most interest to Moody, and to […]

  • Hollywood Bound stands tall at Doomben

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 4:24 pm

    Hong Kong’s loss is trainer Peter Hulbert’s gain. Hollywood Bound, the winner of Wednesday’s Bollinger Plate (1350m) at Doomben, was once earmarked for a racing career in Hong Kong but, because of his small physique, those plans were abandoned. “We spotted him at the jump-outs here one day, made some […]

  • Cruden Bay to race on in Melbourne

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 4:12 pm

    A new life in Singapore has been at least postponed for unbeaten colt Cruden Bay who could begin his spring campaign in the Danehill Stakes at Flemington. Trainer Anthony Freedman expected Cruden Bay’s Singapore owners to transfer the colt to his brother Michael at Kranji after it won the second […]

  • Rawiller seals Sydney jockeys’ premiership

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 4:06 pm

    Champion jockey Nash Rawiller has clinched the Sydney jockeys’ premiership with his first ride of the day at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Rawiller rode tough stayer Diamond Jim to victory in the TAB Rewards Handicap to put him 3-1/2 wins in front of Hugh Bowman. Bowman, who finished second in […]

  • Chris Waller wins then loses after Warwick Farm protest

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 4:00 pm

    Chris Waller has not only set a new benchmark for training winners in Sydney this season but he might also be creating a record for lost opportunities in the stewards’ room. Loch Leven, trained by Waller for multi-millionaire owner Gerry Harvey, lost the Australian Turf Club Handicap (2100m) at Warwick […]

  • Locals chasing Coffs Harbour Cup win

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 11:30 am

    Coffs Harbour Racing Club president Alan Johnson and a syndicate of owners are eagerly awaiting Thursday’s Coffs Harbour Cup. Johnson and a group of friends race Hour Of Peril, a last start winner of the Maclean Cup at Grafton, who is trained by John Nikolic at the Gold Coast. “It’s […]

  • Nash Rawiller holds whip hand after scratchings

    Australian Horse Racing July 31, 2013 9:30 am

    Hugh Bowman has suffered a blow in his bid for a come-from-behind Sydney jockeys’ premiership win at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. Bowman goes into the final Sydney metropolitan meeting of the racing season 2-1/2 wins behind rival Nash Rawiller but he will have only four chances to overcome the deficit. […]

  • Rawiller in box seat for jockeys’ title

    Australian Horse Racing July 30, 2013 6:00 pm

    Nash Rawiller can close the deal on a third Sydney jockeys’ premiership without the support of the two stables at the forefront of his end-of-season surge. Rawiller goes into Wednesday’s Warwick Farm fixture with a 2-1/2 win lead over Hugh Bowman – and a full book of rides for the […]

  • Apprentice jockey wins SA premiership

    Australian Horse Racing July 30, 2013 5:36 pm

    Jamie Kah has had a debut season jockeys only dream about. She’s 17, an apprentice, and in her first full season of riding yet the quietly-spoken Kah has taken all before her in Adelaide to become the first female apprentice to win a senior premiership on the Australian mainland. In […]

  • Rosehill options aplenty for Fill The Page

    Australian Horse Racing July 30, 2013 5:24 pm

    David Vandyke is on a mission with new stable acquisition Fill The Page and has covered the bases by entering the mare in three races at Rosehill on Saturday. Ian Smith of Edinburgh Park Stud recently bought Fill The Page with a view to her future brood mare prospects which […]

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