Australian Horse Racing

  • Clipperton to ride Monton in Festival

    Australian Horse Racing December 2, 2012 5:30 pm

    Apprentice Sam Clipperton has been given a vote of confidence by his master Ron Quinton ahead of Monton’s Festival Stakes defence. Clipperton brought up his first stakes win on Monton in the Listed race a year ago but only picked up the ride when senior jockey Chris O’Brien became ill [...]

  • Outlandish Lad set to travel

    Australian Horse Racing December 2, 2012 4:00 pm

    South Australian gelding Outlandish Lad is set for a string of road trips over the summer following his victory at Caulfield on Saturday. The win, in the CFV Nightingales Plate (1100m), has forced trainer Dennis O’Leary to look to Melbourne for Outlandish Lad’s next assignments. O’Leary has not yet had [...]

  • Black Caviar’s workload stepped up

    Australian Horse Racing December 2, 2012 3:45 pm

    Black Caviar’s workload will be stepped up over the next five weeks as the champion prepares for a return to the racetrack. The mare is at Peter Clarke’s property in country Victoria, her home away from home throughout her career. Clarke made his name with the invention of the water [...]

  • Adebisi aiming for back-to-back Moore wins

    Australian Horse Racing December 2, 2012 3:00 pm

    Different track, same result. That’s the scenario Desleigh Forster believes is achievable for Adebisi who will attempt back-to-back wins in Saturday’s Group Three George Moore Stakes at Eagle Farm. Adebisi won last year’s Moore when it was staged at Doomben. This year it will be run at Eagle Farm, a [...]

  • Bobs Worth jumps to glory at Newbury

    Australian Horse Racing December 2, 2012 1:45 pm

    Bobs Worth has leapt into favouritism for the Cheltenham Gold Cup with a dominant victory at Newbury. The Nicky Henderson-trained seven-year-old is as short as 7-2 to take jumps racing’s blue riband in March after beating topweight Tidal Bay by 3-1/4 lengths in the Hennessy Gold cup. Race jockey Barry [...]

  • Parr and Moody in Warwick Farm double

    Australian Horse Racing December 1, 2012 6:45 pm

    Josh Parr continued his association with the Peter Moody stable in Sydney with a winning double for the trainer at Warwick Farm on Saturday. And Parr hopes it continues after partnering Office Bearer to an easy win early in the day and then rounding out the meeting with success on [...]

  • Circle Of Power wins in Warwick Farm debut

    Australian Horse Racing December 1, 2012 6:45 pm

    It took a long time for Circle Of Power to race on his home track but it was worth the wait as he burst through to claim victory at Warwick Farm on Saturday. Trainer Rod Craig had his concerns pre-race as Circle Of Power, who was having his 40th start [...]

  • Horses, jockeys survive Sydney heatwave

    Australian Horse Racing December 1, 2012 6:30 pm

    Despite concerns that Sydney’s heatwave might put horses at Warwick Farm at risk, Saturday’s meeting went off without interruption, with extra vets and ice buckets on hand. Chief steward Ray Murrihy said Let’s Frolic, a two-year-old filly in the first race of the day, was mildly distressed, but the other [...]

  • David Hayes has high praise for horse and rider

    Australian Horse Racing December 1, 2012 6:00 pm

    The difficulty for trainer David Hayes after the win of Rose Pattern at Caulfield on Saturday was deciding who deserved the most praise – the horse or the jockey. He settled with giving the horse the immediate credit and her rider Chad Schofield got the nod as the next Craig [...]

  • New tactics work wonders for Jet Style

    Australian Horse Racing December 1, 2012 5:45 pm

    Chris Munce threw away the script and kept his unbeaten record on Jet Style intact in the Recognition Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday. It wasn’t Munce’s plan to lead aboard the favourite Jet Style ($2.60) but he quickly took up the front-running role rather than risk being trapped wide [...]

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