• This Is Australia to make debut for Singo

    Australian Horse Racing September 2, 2014 12:00 pm

    Almost 20 years ago, a nervous Clarry Conners took a well-bred colt to a Canterbury midweek meeting to begin what he hoped would be a stellar career. A brother to champion Octagonal, Mouawad built on his successful debut in October 1996 to win seven of eight races including three at […]

  • Zeletto to press spring claims at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing September 2, 2014 11:36 am

    Caulfield trainer Luke Oliver has high hopes for three-year-old Zeletto and expects the colt can press his claims for better races with a win at Sandown. Zeletto has had a let-up since two winter starts and returns in Wednesday’s Heading Our Hair & Beauty Handicap (1000m). Oliver is plotting a […]

  • Goulburn club to honour trainer Guy Walter

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 6:12 pm

    A plaque honouring late trainer Guy Walter will be unveiled at Goulburn this week while a race bearing his name will be held on Cup day. Walter, who died suddenly in May, ran stables at both Warwick Farm and Goulburn. The $30,000 fillies and mares’ race on November 23 will […]

  • Washington Heights to run in Ming Dynasty

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 5:54 pm

    Washington Heights can cement his credentials for the $1 million Golden Rose with a good performance in the Ming Dynasty Quality. Trainer Gerald Ryan moved quickly to tell punters the colt was still headed to the Group One Golden Rose (1400m) on September 13 after he withdrew him from the […]

  • Eloping to face Lankan Rupee in G2 sprint

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 5:54 pm

    Eloping faces a formidable task in her return to racing but trainer Peter Morgan is happy to give the filly her chance in the McEwen Stakes. The three-year-old is nominated for two Moonee Valley races on Saturday but will take her place in the Group Two McEwen (1000m) against a […]

  • NSW horses head north to Doomben

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 5:12 pm

    As around a dozen Queensland-trained horses prepare for southern spring campaigns the northern invasion by NSW country horses continues. Saturday’s Doomben winner Uno Five was the fifth NSW country galloper to win a Brisbane metropolitan race since the start of the new racing season. Uno Five will continue to race […]

  • Oaks winners to clash at Randwick

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 4:54 pm

    The winners of Australia’s most prestigious fillies Classics will meet each other for the first time in the Tramway Stakes at Randwick. VRC Oaks winner Kirramosa and Australian Oaks winner Rising Romance did all their early racing in New Zealand but never crossed paths as young horses. The two mares […]

  • Berry starts Melbourne campaign at Valley

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 4:48 pm

    Star jockey Tommy Berry makes the first of many planned Melbourne appearances this spring with The Offer headlining his book of rides on Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes day. The Sydney-based Berry has ridden Group One winners in his home town as well as Hong Kong, Singapore and Brisbane this […]

  • Star horses set to gallop at Moonee Valley

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 4:42 pm

    The world’s highest rated sprinter and the Melbourne Cup favourite are among the horses scheduled to gallop at Moonee Valley on Tuesday ahead of Group assignments at the track. The Mick Price-trained star sprinter Lankan Rupee will work with stablemate Lion Of Belfort before his highly anticipated return in Saturday’s […]

  • Trainers support Wyong Gold Cup

    Australian Horse Racing September 1, 2014 4:12 pm

    Leading Sydney trainers Chris Waller, Joe Pride and Gai Waterhouse have thrown their support behind the Wyong Gold Cup with multiple entries in the provincial feature. Both Waller and Waterhouse have four nominations for Friday’s Listed Cup (2100m) while Pride has two as does dual state trainer Mike Moroney. “Brigantin, […]

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