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  • Reliable Man recovering well from injury

    Australian Horse Racing May 12, 2013 4:36 pm

    The racing future of dual hemisphere Group One winner Reliable Man will become clearer this week when scans are taken of his injured leg. The 2011 French Derby winner scored an upset win over three-year-old It’s A Dundeel in last month’s Queen Elizabeth Stakes at just his second Australian start. […]

  • Andrew Johns to front More Joyous inquiry

    Australian Horse Racing May 12, 2013 3:54 pm

    The missing pieces in the More Joyous jigsaw will come into play on Monday when Andrew Johns, Allan Robinson and Eddie Hayson appear at the stewards’ inquiry. Ex-footballer Johns, former jockey Robinson and punter and businessman Hayson, described by Racing NSW chief steward Ray Murrihy as vital links in the […]

  • Zabeelionaire needs pace in Doomben Cup

    Australian Horse Racing May 12, 2013 2:06 pm

    Connections of Zabeelionaire say a fast tempo will be the key to Zabeelionaire’s chances in Saturday’s Doomben Cup. The 2012 South Australian Derby winner’s on-again, off-again, Queensland campaign is back on again after his eye-catching third at Flemington on May 4. “We’re coming up just hoping it’s going to be […]

  • Secret Gesture wins Oaks Trial

    International Horse Racing May 12, 2013 9:54 am

    Secret Gesture has been the big firmer in English Oaks markets due to her impressive victory in the pouring rain at Lingfield. The Lingfield Oaks Trial was the same lead-up race used by trainer Ralph Beckett for his one and only British Classic victory so far, although Look Here was […]

  • Platelet completes Adelaide feature double

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 5:48 pm

    A mare who never runs a bad race, a country trainer who is among the top four in the nation and a jockey who has acquired a Group One habit have won South Australia’s premier sprint. Platelet ($9) added the $500,000 Goodwood to her success two weeks ago in the […]

  • Moriarty a star turn in Chris Waller show

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 5:12 pm

    Meticulous planning, the right horses and a little bit of luck are the key passages in the Chris Waller training manual. As proof it is working, Sydney’s premier trainer produced his first five-timer at Rosehill on Saturday including Moriarty in the Listed Lord Mayors Cup. For good measure he added […]

  • Platelet storms home for Goodwood win

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 5:00 pm

    Victorian mare Platelet has made it back-to-back Group One wins by taking out the $500,000 Goodwood at Morphettville. Fresh from her elite level breakthrough against her own kind in the Robert Sangster Stakes two weeks ago, Platelet stormed home to beat all comers in Adelaide’s biggest sprint race. Trained by […]

  • Midsummer Sun strikes a blow for imports

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 4:30 pm

    Another import, another winner. And if Caulfield winner Midsummer Sun continues in the way trainer Sam Kavanagh anticipates, he will be around in the spring to mix it with the best. Midsummer Sun, who was formerly trained by Sir Henry Cecil in England, continued the amazing run of success for […]

  • Pago Rock flies again fresh at Caulfield

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 4:24 pm

    Pago Rock built on an already impressive fresh record and did enough to confirm spring carnival aspirations with a strong win at Caulfield on Saturday. The five-year-old gelding, owned and trained by David Hayes, took his first-up record to five wins from six attempts with a long-neck success in the […]

  • Quintessential back in business for Brisbane Cup

    Australian Horse Racing May 11, 2013 4:12 pm

    Jockey Damien Browne was rewarded for some pre-race study when New Zealand mare Quintessential scored her first win in nearly a year at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Quintessential was one of the stars of the winter carnival in 2012 but had not won since the Group One Queensland Oaks (2400m). […]

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