• Punters have day to forget at Wyong

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 6:30 pm

    It was a frustrating afternoon for punters at Wyong on Wednesday but no so for Christian Reith who took riding honours with a treble. Reith notched his three wins in successive races aboard the Kris Lees-trained Gold Epona ($4), the Chris Waller-trained Forever Crazy ($4.40) and Tunes ($6) for Darley […]

  • Anthony Freedman has Karaka Million double in mind

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 6:15 pm

    Trainer Anthony Freedman is considering a return assault on New Zealand’s richest race with the promising two-year-old Minaj. Freedman got a good idea of what it takes to win the $NZ1 million Karaka Million when he claimed it as his first attempt with Ockham’s Razor last year. And he believes […]

  • McEvoy to make the difference in Melbourne

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 6:00 pm

    The Peter Snowden stable will make the most of the temporary relocation of its Sydney stable jockey Kerrin McEvoy to Melbourne as it attempts to sort out autumn prospects. McEvoy will test a selection of the stable’s southern-based two-year-olds in jump outs at Flemington on Friday ahead of next month’s […]

  • Speedy Donna upsets plunge at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 5:45 pm

    Pat Carey’s reputation as a specialist trainer of stayers might need some revision following the wins of Donna Madeira and Perfectly Stunning over sprint courses at Sandown on Wednesday. Having her first start in the Swettenham Stud Dash For Cash (900m), Donna Madeira flew from the gates and maintained her […]

  • Patinack Farm back in form at Doomben

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 5:45 pm

    A fortnight after its viability in Queensland was questioned, Patinack Farm was back in business with a winning double at Doomben on Wednesday. Rumours that Patinack Farm would pull out of its Canungra base were ignited when owner Nathan Tinkler did not race any horses in south-east Queensland from December […]

  • Gear change for filly in Inglis Classic

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 4:45 pm

    Kris Lees has delved into his bag of tricks in a quest to win Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Classic with Devil In A Dress. The filly will wear blinkers for the first time in the lucrative 1200m race which is restricted to graduates of the 2012 sale of the same name. […]

  • Single set for first step in comeback

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 4:30 pm

    A horse with a joint held together by screws, and a jockey who had the same affliction until recently, will team up with trainer Craig Carmody at Rosehill on Saturday. Promising gelding Single makes his comeback in the Rosehill Gardens Handicap (1400m), nine months after undergoing surgery to rectify a […]

  • Michelle Payne prepares for riding return

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 3:00 pm

    Victorian jockey Michelle Payne will make her comeback to riding on Sunday aboard a horse she helped prepare for a first-up Tasmanian win. Payne will ride Fieldmaster for her brother Patrick in the $25,000 Summer Cup at Hobart. The Group One-winning rider has been out of the saddle since suffering […]

  • Lee Freedman calls time on racehorse training

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 3:00 pm

    Lee Freedman, one of the most decorated figures in Australian racing, has all but conceded he will never train again. “I think I’ve had enough of the professional horse training side of things,” Freedman told Sky Sports Radio. However the The Hall of Fame trainer revealed he won’t be lost […]

  • Early riser lands the money at Sandown

    Australian Horse Racing January 16, 2013 2:45 pm

    A horse who turns up for work early every morning and a trainer who is also an accountant combined for a rare win at Sandown on Wednesday. High Kingczar added the KS Environmental Handicap (3000m) to his modest record thanks to a perfect ride from Dwayne Dunn and his ability […]

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