Australian Horse Racing

  • Dissident wins the Memsie Stakes for Moody

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 5:00 pm

    Dissident, the least-fancied of trainer Peter Moody’s two runners, has claimed the first Group One event of the new Australian racing season with an easy Memsie Stakes win at Caulfield. Winner of the Randwick Guineas last season, Dissident ($12) tracked the leaders under Ben Melham before putting the race away […]

  • Gregers wins Cockram Stakes at Caulfield

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 4:42 pm

    David Hayes believes the race fitness of Gregers came to the fore in Saturday’s Group Three WW Cockram Stakes at Caulfield. The Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes is the target for Gregers and she took another step towards the Group One race with a long-neck win over the resuming A Time […]

  • Apprentices to the fore in Schweida double

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 4:30 pm

    Trainer Kelly Schweida praised the depth of apprentice riders in Brisbane after competing a double with Bingo Rose and Epic at Doomben on Saturday. Apprentice Luke Tarrant, who is the co-leader in the Brisbane jockeys’ premiership, was seen at his best to win on Epic ($7) in the Courier Mail […]

  • Chivalry impressive in McNeil Stakes win

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 4:18 pm

    Glen Boss declared Chivalry the best colt in Victoria after an impressive first-up win in the McNeil Stakes on Saturday. The Mark Kavanagh-trained Chivalry stepped out for his seasonal return in the Group Three 1200-metre race for three-year-olds at Caulfield and posted his first stakes win with a brilliant finish. […]

  • Rugged Cross leads in Waller first four

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 3:48 pm

    Training the first four in a race is nothing new to Chris Waller but it is always satisfying when it happens as it did at Rosehill on Saturday. The premier trainer’s biggest first four success came in the Group One Doncaster Mile but the TAB Quaddie Handicap (1500m) was no […]

  • Courageous Flamberge makes winning return

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 3:42 pm

    Honest sprinter Flamberge continues to exceed expectations after posting a first-up Group Three win at Caulfield on Saturday. Trainer Peter Moody was concerned about Flamberge’s topweight of 58kg in Stakes (1100m) but described the sprinter as a little gem after he came away with the victory. “He puts his […]

  • First Saturday Sydney winner for Godolphin

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 2:42 pm

    A colt with a rich pedigree and a big future has given Godolphin its first Saturday metropolitan winner in Sydney. Sweynesse showed his class at his first start as a three-year-old to win over 1400m at Rosehill on Saturday and prompt thoughts of the feature races for his age group […]

  • Suavito powers home late to win first-up

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 2:30 pm

    Damien Oliver was adamant Suavito would have been a tragedy beaten had she not burst through to win the Catanach’s Jewellers Plate at Caulfield on Saturday. Locked away on the rails behind the leader, the well-supported favourite Suavito ($2.80) didn’t get a clear run until late in the 1400-metre race. […]

  • Kaizaen wins Caulfield race after protest

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 1:54 pm

    Stewards wasted no time in upholding a protest after promising filly Kaizaen was beaten by the barest margin at Caulfield on Saturday. Jockey Craig Williams fired in an objection against Glyn Schofield’s mount Amicus, saying the Sydney filly had denied him a straight run to the line in the Cove […]

  • Race to be named in Guy Walter’s honour

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 1:42 pm

    The Group Three Wiggle Stakes will be renamed in honour of trainer Guy Walter who died suddenly in May. The race for mares is held on Chipping Norton Stakes day, the showpiece meeting at Walter’s Warwick Farm home, in autumn. The Australian Turf Club has applied to the Australian Pattern […]

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