Australian Horse Racing

  • Double to Joe Pride at Rosehill

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 5:12 pm

    Joe Pride has celebrated a winning double at Rosehill on Saturday as he prepares to expand his Warwick Farm stable. Pride will take over a 29-horse stable block with Wendy Walter’s decision not to keep training following the sudden death of her husband Guy last month. For Pride, who does […]

  • Flyer gives Waller 200 at Flemington

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 5:06 pm

    Chris Waller looked like he would need to wait a little longer for his 200th win of the season on the home turn of the third heat of the Banjo Paterson Series at Flemington. Waller started Saturday on 195 wins for 2013/14 but a treble at Rosehill and a victory […]

  • Scream Machine gets Stradbroke consolation

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 4:54 pm

    Jason Coyle thought enough of Scream Machine to enter him for the Stradbroke Handicap but after he missed a start the trainer was also happy to pick up a win at Rosehill. Scream Machine was the fifth emergency for last Saturday’s Group One in Brisbane and was the favourite a […]

  • Alma’s Fury edges Masthead in Eye Liner

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 3:54 pm

    A fighting win by Alma’s Fury in the Listed Eye Liner Stakes prompted trainer Tony Gollan to pay tribute to the six-year-old’s former mentor Paul Murray. Alma’s Fury ($12) gave jockey Jim Byrne a winning treble at Ipswich on Saturday when he fought on to beat Masthead ($4.40) by a […]

  • Black type for Jazz Song at Ipswich

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 3:18 pm

    Trainer Mick Price’s decision to chase black type with regally-bred filly Jazz Song paid dividends when she won the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich on Saturday. There wouldn’t be many better bred fillies in Australia than the Coolmore Stud owned Jazz Song who is by super sire Fastnet Rock […]

  • Oxford Poet loses his gear

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 2:24 pm

    Apprentice Taylor Marshall has been making headlines for his winners over the past few weeks but would probably rather have one ride over again. After making a meal of the start of the Sydney Markets (1500m), Oxford Poet crossed to the front and soon after, his saddle shifted, the lead […]

  • Softer approach pays for Walker

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 2:18 pm

    Jockey Michael Walker had a choice to make at the 300m mark of Saturday’s Eugene Gorman Handicap at Flemington. His mount Vuelta ($7) was in a winning position but had started to show his inexperience when Walker asked him for his best effort to reel in Roundabout ($5.50), which had […]

  • Heathcote compares Pinch with Buffering

    Australian Horse Racing June 14, 2014 2:06 pm

    Smart two-year-old Pinch River took another step towards confirming his rating as the Robert Heathcote stable’s next Buffering at Ipswich on Saturday. Heathcote has surprised many by comparing Pinch River with the three-time Group One star Buffering at the same stage of their careers. Buffering, who has now won $4.4 […]

  • Pride set to flex his Muscle at Rosehill

    Australian Horse Racing June 13, 2014 4:36 pm

    A humbled Joe Pride will take over the stable of the late Guy Walter from next month following Wendy Walter’s decision not to extend her interim training licence. Pride will continue to operate his own successful Warwick Farm stable as a separate entity to that of his close friend and […]

  • Truce to resume hostilities at Flemington

    Australian Horse Racing June 13, 2014 4:18 pm

    Any assignment is easier than chasing the world’s best sprinter Lankan Rupee at the moment. Lankan Rupee vaulted into the top 10 racehorses in the world with an international rating of 121 when he blitzed his opposition in the Group One Newmarket Handicap at Flemington in March. General Truce finished […]

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