• BTC Cup moved to Eagle Farm

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 5:48 pm

    Next month’s Group One BTC Cup has been moved from Doomben to Eagle Farm in the hope Black Caviar will run in the weight-for-age race. The Brisbane Racing Club (BRC) announced on Thursday the BTC Cup meeting on May 11 would be staged at the larger Eagle Farm course for […]

  • Rebel Dane in Doncaster Mile test

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:48 pm

    Craig Williams will use Saturday’s George Ryder Stakes to test Rebel Dane as a possible Doncaster Mile mount. The jury is out on whether the colt runs a strong 1600m with his only test at the trip coming last start in the Randwick Guineas when he finished fourth to It’s […]

  • Big day in store for Gai Waterhouse

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:42 pm

    Golden Slipper day was a memorable one for Gai Waterhouse in 2012 and it promises to be even better this time around. At the corresponding meeting 12 months ago, Waterhouse claimed the $3.5 million Golden Slipper with Pierro while More Joyous put the icing on the cake with back-to-back Queen […]

  • Kent has strong hand in Tulloch Stakes

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:18 pm

    Mick Kent has his promising young stayers Philippi and High Shot on a well-deserved Australian Derby path. But he acknowledges his hopes of winning the classic have diminished considerably following the “sobering” experience of watching raging Derby Favourite It’s A Dundeel win the Rosehill Guineas. Kent didn’t have a runner […]

  • Road Trippin’ to Scone via the Valley

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:18 pm

    The aptly-named Road Trippin’ is set for another interstate assignment but first his trainer expects the gelding to win again at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Cranbourne trainer Stephen Theodore has pinpointed the Scone Guineas in NSW next month as an ideal target for Road Trippin’ who has put together back-to-back […]

  • Kelinni faces crucial test in BMW

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:12 pm

    The Group One BMW will be a pivotal race for Kelinni as he strives to prove his effectiveness at weight-for-age. Kelinni established himself as one of the country’s top stayers under handicap conditions last spring when he was placed in the Metropolitan, won the Lexus Stakes and was fourth in […]

  • Craig Williams warms to Ruud Awakening in Golden Slipper 2013

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 4:00 pm

    He’s generally the first to arrive at a race meeting, the last to leave and the jockey who gives the most detailed, sincere and considered post mortems to those who employ him. And too often for coincidence, he is a winner. Craig Williams is the ultimate professional in a world […]

  • Rivals tipping NZ star as Slipper threat

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 3:42 pm

    Ruud Awakening, the New Zealand filly who represents the biggest Golden Slipper liability for one leading bookmaker, is winning respect from rival trainers and jockeys in Saturday’s $3.5 million race. Beaten only once in six New Zealand starts, Ruud Awakening counts Darley’s No.1 jockey Kerrin McEvoy and trainer-on-the-move Bjorn Baker […]

  • Dear Demi can bounce back in Vinery Stud Stakes: Jim Cassidy

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 3:30 pm

    Jim Cassidy has a couple of theories on why Dear Demi turned in the worst performance of her career in the Coolmore Classic. More importantly, the in-form jockey can find several reasons why she can reassert herself as one of the nation’s best fillies in the Group One Vinery Stud […]

  • Winter goals in the mix for Tokamak

    Australian Horse Racing April 4, 2013 3:18 pm

    Winter carnival plans for Tokamak hinge on whether he can extend his winning sequence at Doomben on Saturday. Tokamak is a clear-cut favourite to make it four wins in a row in the Brisbane Screenprinting Handicap (1350m) despite not having raced since his impressive win in the Members Cup (1600m) […]

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