Australian Horse Racing

  • Thubiaan wins for Waller at Flemington

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 5:12 pm

    Thubiaan’s recent activities could be a hint to a future over jumps but on Saturday his staying ability and toughness was good enough to earn him victory on the flat at Flemington. The five-year-old gelding fought back after being headed to defeat Sky Raider by a nose in the Reduce […]

  • Tony McEvoy makes winning start in NSW

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 4:42 pm

    Tony McEvoy is adamant he has the knowledge, energy, commitment and staff to run a two-state racing operation. In horses like Saturday’s Rowley Mile winner Mouro, McEvoy is also demonstrating he has the bloodstock to make a seamless transition into the NSW thoroughbred scene. McEvoy’s new Sydney venture made its […]

  • Famous Seamus wins Prime Minister’s Cup

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 4:12 pm

    The handicapper holds the key to the chances of Saturday’s brilliant Prime Minister’s Cup winner Famous Seamus’s winning the Group One Stradbroke Hcp (1400m) next month. Famous Seamus ($7) scored by a neck to River Lad ($11) with a half neck to Fire Up Fifi ($10) in Saturday’s 1300m Listed […]

  • Aerobatics wins Darley’s own race

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 3:54 pm

    There’s only a certain way she can win but Aerobatics was able to justify her position in one of the world’s biggest racing and breeding concerns with her victory in the $150,000 Darley Crown at Hawkesbury on Saturday. Giving Darley two stakes wins in separate states in a matter of […]

  • All Too Hard a Scone possibility

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 3:36 pm

    Australia’s top-ranked racehorse All Too Hard could be a surprise runner in Saturday week’s Scone Guineas. The colt’s co-trainer Wayne Hawkes threw the $500,000 race into the mix on Saturday, suggesting the Group One Doomben Cup, which is run on the same day would also be considered. The feature event […]

  • Detours storms home to win Silk Stocking 2013

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 3:24 pm

    Dubai’s loss is Peter Snowden’s gain. The trainer revealed Saturday’s Silk Stocking winner Detours was among a group of Darley-owned horses scheduled to race in Dubai last year. “There was a last-minute change of mind and she stayed with us and I’m glad she did because she’s a very honest […]

  • Dry tracks suit Coup Acclaim

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 3:06 pm

    The weather will decide how far Coup Acclaim races into the colder months after the imported stayer confirmed his preference for dry ground at Hawkesbury on Saturday. Another northern hemisphere horse who has paid his way in Australia for trainer Chris Waller, Coup Acclaim won his most important race since […]

  • Whisper Downs keeps on winning

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 2:54 pm

    He has claims to the title of Victoria’s most durable horse, but to his regular rider he is simply the best. Whisper Downs, who came into work last June and had the first run of his current campaign in August last year, won the sixth race of his preparation at […]

  • Kris Lees quinella at the Gold Coast

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 2:42 pm

    Kris Lees-trained stablemates Express Power and Soapy Star have run the quinella in the Gold Coast Bracelet but will take different paths for the rest of their campaigns. Express Power ($4.40 fav) was ridden confidently by Jim Cassidy, striding past Soapy Star ($5) to win the Bracelet by a length. […]

  • Hugh Bowman predicts bright future for Zoustar

    Australian Horse Racing May 4, 2013 2:18 pm

    Zoustar has a lot to learn about his trade but the unbeaten colt instantly won over jockey Hugh Bowman with a gritty win at Hawkesbury on Saturday. “He’s still very new and raw as well as being a little bit colty and he’s not totally switched on at the moment,” […]

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