Australian Horse Racing

  • Blackiston hopeful with Let’s Make Adeal

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 5:54 pm

    An impressive piece of work from Let’s Make Adeal has the Cups hopeful ready to take aim in the Turnbull Stakes at Flemington. But first the mare needs to make the field. Let’s Make Adeal is 26th in the ballot order for Saturday’s Group One Turnbull (2000m) with a maximum […]

  • Rubick pleases trainer in comeback trial

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 5:18 pm

    Talented colt Rubick has shown his spring campaign is back on track with a barrier trial win at Rosehill with new jockey Kerrin McEvoy aboard. The Blue Diamond Prelude winner’s preparation suffered a hiccup when he was found to have a virus a couple of months ago and missed his […]

  • Moreira looking for first Aussie Group One

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 5:12 pm

    Leading international jockey Joao Moreira heads to Sydney on Saturday in search of his first Australian Group One victory. The Brazilian, a multiple Singapore champion who is now making his mark in Hong Kong, Moreira has a book of seven rides at Randwick, the majority of which are for leading […]

  • Lucia Valentina settles in to Melbourne

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 4:36 pm

    Lucia Valentina has had her first look around the track where she will attempt to win the $3 million Caulfield Cup in a few weeks. The Kris Lees-trained Lucia Valentina has the Caulfield Cup on October 18 as a spring target and is challenging for favouritism for the 2400m feature. […]

  • OTI imports gearing up at Werribee

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 3:18 pm

    A Melbourne spring carnival wouldn’t be the same without OTI Racing and its European invasion. Simon O’Donnell, a director of OTI Racing, was at Werribee racecourse on Tuesday morning to see two of the four horses entered for the Melbourne spring go through their paces. Renew and Van Percy are […]

  • Viascon makes debut for new stable

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 3:12 pm

    The red, white and blue colours carried by Streama to many high level successes in recent years will be on show at Canterbury where one of her close relatives has her first start for trainer Ron Quinton. Guy Walter prepared Streama throughout her career for the Coghlan family which also […]

  • Silent Achiever could bypass Melbourne Cup

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 3:00 pm

    The Melbourne Cup is no certainty for Silent Achiever. Roger James says the multiple Group One winner faces “D-Day” in Saturday’s Turnbull Stakes, with the trainer reserving his decision until after the 2000m feature whether she heads to the Caulfield Cup or weight-for-age Cox Plate. “The Cox Plate is probably […]

  • Rain in Paris pleases Treve’s owners

    Australian Horse Racing September 30, 2014 12:48 pm

    Rain in Paris has pleased connections of Treve ahead of her bid to retain her Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe crown at Longchamp on Sunday. The Criquette Head-Maarek-trained filly was an impressive winner of Europe’s premier middle-distance prize last October, but has had her fair share of problems since and […]

  • Press Report ready to take Flight

    Australian Horse Racing September 29, 2014 6:48 pm

    Press Report’s midfield finish in the Golden Rose is enough to convince trainer Lee Curtis the filly deserves her place in the Flight Stakes. With just eight entries taken on Monday for the Group One fillies race at Randwick, Curtis is looking at the race as an easier assignment than […]

  • Juveniles to step out at Flemington

    Australian Horse Racing September 29, 2014 6:47 pm

    A daughter of two horses who won at Group One level down the Flemington straight is nominated to make her debut at the famous track in Melbourne’s first juvenile race of the season. Helford River is one of two youngsters from the Gai Waterhouse stable nominated for Saturday’s Listed Maribyrnong […]

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