• Chris Waller to have big team at Randwick

    Australian Horse Racing August 31, 2014 4:48 pm

    Sydney’s recent wet weather has been challenging for all trainers including Chris Waller who has a big team heading to the spring features. Waller will nominate some of his Group One stars for races in Sydney and Melbourne on Saturday as insurance against further rain this week. “Foreteller will go […]

  • Sistine Demon building up for shot at G1

    Australian Horse Racing August 31, 2014 4:42 pm

    Sistine Demon made a name for himself with seven wins last season and his trainer Andrew Noblet is hoping he can make the step up to Group One contender this spring. Sistine Demon will ramp up his spring carnival preparations in a barrier trial at Cranbourne on Monday with suspended […]

  • Gerald Ryan excited by Peggy Jean’s return

    Australian Horse Racing August 31, 2014 4:00 pm

    The form lines of the early season three-year-old races have boosted trainer Gerald Ryan’s confidence ahead of Peggy Jean’s return. Fillies dominated last season’s juvenile ranks, winning four of the five Group One races open to their age group. Peggy Jean’s ATC Sires’ Produce win puts her in the elite […]

  • Lankan Rupee to step out at Moonee Valley

    Australian Horse Racing August 31, 2014 4:00 pm

    Star sprinter Lankan Rupee and Melbourne Cup favourite The Offer will be the main attractions at the Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes meeting at Moonee Valley. The Mick Price-trained Lankan Rupee kicks off his highly anticipated spring campaign in Saturday’s Group Two McEwen Stakes (1000m). He will then step up […]

  • Brisbane Group Ones could be at Doomben

    Australian Horse Racing August 31, 2014 1:30 pm

    Brisbane officials admit they may have to run their major winter carnival races at Doomben next year with work yet to begin on the Eagle Farm renovation. The Stradbroke Handicap (1400m) would be reduced by 50 metres if the race was on the smaller Doomben circuit while the Queensland Oaks […]

  • Wise Dan wins comeback race at Saratoga

    International Horse Racing August 31, 2014 9:18 am

    American champion Wise Dan has made a triumphant return from illness to win a Grade Two race at Saratoga. The dual United States Horse of the Year underwent colic surgery in May but showed his fighting qualities to win the Bernard Baruch Hcp (1700m) by a nose from Optimizer. “We […]

  • Hayes in Group One ambitions for Stipulate

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 6:48 pm

    An impressive first-up win at Caulfield from Stipulate has trainer David Hayes optimistic the import can help fill a spring void. Stipulate is raced in the same interests as Jet Away, last year’s Caulfield Cup fourth placegetter who suffered a tendon injury during the week. Hayes has a good opinion […]

  • Dissident dominant in Memsie Stakes win

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 6:12 pm

    Dissident won a Group One during his three-year-old season and trainer Peter Moody took great delight as he watched the quality galloper return and dominate a classy field to claim another in the Memsie Stakes on Saturday. Stepping out for his first start as a four-year-old after having his campaign […]

  • Waterhouse trains one-two in Premier’s Cup

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 5:24 pm

    Gai Waterhouse will build on a stable quinella in the Premier’s Cup by sending the winner Greatwood and second-placed Bonfire in different Group One directions. Greatwood ($5.50) led all the way to beat Bonfire ($5) by 1-3/4 lengths in Saturday’s 1800-metre race at Rosehill but it is the runner-up who […]

  • Hallowed Crown stakes Golden Rose claims

    Australian Horse Racing August 30, 2014 5:06 pm

    Bart Cummings is primed to fill in a Group One gap with Hallowed Crown stamping his class in a lead-up race to the $1 million Golden Rose. Now in a training partnership with his grandson James, Cummings has a resume the envy of every other trainer and Hallowed Crown could […]

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