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McEvoy relinquishes Classique Legend ride

Jockey Kerrin McEvoy has confirmed he won't travel to Hong Kong to continue his partnership with Classique Legend in the International Sprint.

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OTI set for two-pronged Pakenham Cup bid

Terry Henderson is hoping to win the last major Cup race in Victoria for 2020 with Attorney and Haky representing OTI Racing in the Pakenham Cup.

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Portelli calls for 2YO calendar shake-up

Gary Portelli says trainers might be forced to take their two-year-olds interstate if more juvenile races are not programmed in and around Sydney.

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Top jockey secured for Royal Witness

Trainer Joe Pride believes short-course specialist Royal Witness has returned in career-best order and is on target for his stakes test at Moonee Valley.

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Ryan flags Golden hope for marathon race

Trainer Patrick Ryan Junior only has to look back to the last Jericho Cup to be comfortable that Golden Flag is the horse to beat in the upcoming edition.

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Thompson to continue good start to season

Trainer John Thompson has made a great start to the season and will look to continue his momentum through the summer months and into the autumn.

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Zahra picks up ride on Affair To Remember

Ballarat stalwart Dan O'Sullivan is hoping to land his first win in his home town Cup with Matriarch Stakes victor Affair To Remember.

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Cumani happy for One More Try at local Cup

Matt Cumani would love to win his home town Cup with One More Try, who he says deserves a change of luck in the Ballarat feature.

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Payne’s filly has a Spring in her Step

David Payne claimed two Group One wins during the Sydney spring with Montefilia and he will look to another filly to add to his stakes-race haul at Newcastle.

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Aysar to silence mile doubters in Guineas

Tom Dabernig is confident Aysar can silence any doubts about his ability to handle 1600 metres with a win in the Group Two Sandown Guineas.

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Perennial placegetter chasing Sandown win

Former German stayer Sound has been making a habit of finishing second and trainer Mike Moroney is hoping he can post an overdue win in the Zipping Classic.

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Lees looking forward to home town Hunter

Leading Newcastle trainer Kris Lees is planning to have a significant presence at the track's stand alone meeting, which features the $1 million The Hunter.

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Personal has key advantages over rival

Tom Dabernig is confident Personal has the right form lines to win the VRC Oaks after following a tried and tested path to the Group One staying feature.

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Quiet night of celebrations for Cup winner

Young jockey Jye McNeil still can't believe he has won a Melbourne Cup but he is making sure he takes the time to savour the post-race theatre.

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Owner-breeder thrilled with two Cup hopes

As the breeder of one Melbourne Cup runner and the owner of another, New Zealander Tony Rider is planning to celebrate regardless of the race result.

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Bowman cool and calm ahead of Cup bid

Champion Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien and Winx's jockey Hugh Bowman will team up with Anthony Van Dyck in a bid to win their first Melbourne Cup.

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The internationals in the Melbourne Cup

Overseas-trained horses to have won or been placed in the Melbourne Cup.

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Melbourne Cup facts and statistics

Some facts and figures on the history of the Melbourne Cup, including the most successful trainers and jockeys.

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Gytrash chasing $1 million consolation

South Australian trainer Gordon Richards has enjoyed a heady ride with top sprinter Gytrash this spring and it's not over yet.

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Ryan faces an anxious wait with Bottega

Fresh from claiming a $1 million race with Peltzer, Gerald Ryan will be chasing an even bigger payday if Bottega can force his way into the Golden Eagle field.

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Maher hoping Anders ready for Coolmore

Ciaron Maher will monitor Anders during the week but believes he has recovered from the heat stress he suffered when he finished third in the Blue Sapphire.

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Maher has two great chances in Cox Plate

Ciaron Maher can't wait to have his first starters in a Cox Plate and he thinks both Sir Dragonet and Grandslam have great prospects in the coveted race.

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Russian Camelot on song for Cox Plate bid

Trainer Danny O'Brien wasn't perturbed by Russian Camelot's last-start defeat at Caulfield saying he wasn't suited by the slow tempo of the race.

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Prime Star ready to run a mile in Bondi

Having passed his first distance test with a strong performance in the Stan Fox Stakes, Prime Star will again step up in journey to chase a $1 million target.

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Tragedy as Winx loses first foal

The owners of beloved mare Winx are focusing on the champion's welfare following the death of her much-anticipated first foal.

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Vanna Girl’s campaign at the crossroads

The Toby and Trent Edmonds stable will monitor the condition of Vanna Girl before deciding on the mare's remaining spring carnival targets.

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Caulfield Cup now a free hit for Mirage

Mirage Dancer ran third in the 2019 Caulfield Cup and returns for another shot this year in top form after winning the Group One Metropolitan Handicap.

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King’s Legacy ready to reign in Guineas

Dual Group One-winning juvenile King's Legacy will have to overcome an outside draw in the Caulfield Guineas to claim his first major as a three-year-old.

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Brunton’s star gone but not forgotten

Scott Brunton lost his favourite horse last week when Hellova Street died from a colic attack. He has his heir apparent Mandela Effect in the Toorak Handicap.

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Champion goal for Dancer on way to Derby

Injury prevented Danehill Smile from reaching her full potential and trainer Anthony Cummings hopes her son, Street Dancer, can make up for lost opportunities.

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Cummings’ filly ready for Group One sphere

James Cummings says Thermosphere has bounced out of her win in the Edward Manifold Stakes and is ready to take on Group One level in the Thousand Guineas.

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Russian Camelot to take on familiar faces

Danny O'Brien's star Russian Camelot takes on only five rivals in his Cox Plate lead in run in the Caulfield Stakes, including four he beat at his last start.

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Tempo crucial for Red Chase at Doomben

Red Chase will be striving to turn the tables on his Weetwood Handicap conqueror Jadentom when they stage a rematch at Doomben.

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Distance right for Flit in Silver Eagle

Group One winner Flit will be Godolphin's only runner in the Silver Eagle and trainer James Cummings expects her to give the race a shake.

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Preusker looks to outfox rivals in Guineas

Paul Preusker is hoping a last-minute decision to run Lunar Fox in the Caulfield Guineas will pay off as he believes he's fresh enough for the 1600m race.

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Mamaragan confirmed for Guineas start

The Stan Fox Stakes shapes an ideal target for Mamaragan but trainer John Thompson has taken a long-term view in bypassing the race for an interstate target.

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O’Shea pair vying for Champion honours

At the start of the year, John O'Shea mapped a path to the Spring Champion Stakes for Lion's Roar and Socrates and both will line up in the Group One feature.

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Farnan out of Roman Consul with foot issue

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott are facing a battle to get Farnan fit for The Everest after the colt was a notable omission from the Roman Consul Stakes.

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RV awaits test results on O’Brien horses

Horses from the international stables of Aidan and Joseph O'Brien have undergone testing at Werribee over concerns they may have ingested contaminated feed.

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Niccanova back on track for Epsom tilt

Niccanova is one of the roughies in the Epsom Handicap but he showed enough in the Shannon Stakes to convince owner Steve Tregea he is a genuine contender.

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Surprise Baby ready for Flemington fight

Paul Preusker will decide after Surprise Baby runs in the Turnbull Stakes whether he will contest the Cox Plate or head straight to the Melbourne Cup.

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Dolan gets stamp of approval from Edmonds

Robbie Dolan's aggressive riding style has earned him the ride on classy Queensland mare Vanna Girl in the Group One Epsom Handicap.

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Godolphin confirm Bivouac for Everest slot

Big race jockey Glen Boss will ride Bivouac in The Everest after Godolphin confirmed the four-year-old would represent its slot in the Randwick showpiece.

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All clear for Nature Strip in trial hitout

Nature Strip has passed an important barrier trial test at Rosehill and is clear to continue his Everest build up in the Group Two Premiere Stakes.

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Defining day for Hickmott’s German stayers

Robert Hickmott's stayers Schabau and Django Freeman need to win their respective feature races at Flemington if they are to progress to their spring goals.

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Smith keeps options open for max Impact

Trainer Matthew Smith has nominated Fierce Impact for three feature races in two states and will decide later this week which one he contests.

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Fresh is best for Mr Quickie, says trainer

Phillip Stokes has a big day at Caulfield with stable star Mr Quickie and exciting three-year-olds Instant Celebrity and Savannah Cloud in action.

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I Am Superman flying ahead of Shannon tilt

Snowden Racing has gone to Plan B with talented import I Am Superman, who will contest the Shannon Stakes after missing out on a Group One start in Melbourne.

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Cummings hopes Trekking is Everest bound

Godolphin will have two runners in the Moir Stakes including Trekking who could be heading back to The Everest, a race he finished third in last year.

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Pride still hopeful of Everest call-up

Joe Pride is still hopeful of having a runner in The Everest and he is happy to be patient as the final five slot holders weigh up their options.

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Oliver has pick of stars in Melbourne Cup

Damien Oliver will choose between two of trainer Danny O'Brien's stars, Russian Camelot and last year's winner Vow And Declare, in the Melbourne Cup.

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Mamaragan still John Thompson’s Golden boy

Trainer John Thompson is maintaining his faith in Group One placegetter Mamaragan, confident the colt can rebound in the $1 million Golden Rose.

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Undefeated Diamond set to sparkle in Moir

Diamond Effort has had five starts for five wins this year and her trainer Clinton McDonald believes she can measure up in Group One company.

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Tyzone to stake Epsom claims in Shannon

Tyzone's performance in the Shannon Stakes at Rosehill will determine if he continues on a path to the Group One Epsom Handicap.

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Shorts hope a Catalyst by name and nature

One of the first horses to walk into Clayton Chipperfield's stable, star New Zealander Catalyst is taking the fledgling trainer on a remarkable ride.

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Distance rise to suit Tagaloa at Caulfield

Trent Busuttin has always wanted to see Tagaloa over a longer trip as he believes he will be suited and could even emerge as a Cox Plate contender.

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Mother aiming for Sir Rupert Clarke repeat

Daniel Bowman had his greatest moment as a trainer when Begood Toya Mother won the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes and he is looking for a repeat performance.

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Fellowes in no hurry to find new jockey

Charlie Fellowes needs a new jockey for Prince Of Arran but he's got no shortage of potential suitors for the dual Melbourne Cup placegetter.

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McDonald to link with Standout in Shorts

Co-trainer Gerald Ryan has secured the services of top jockey James McDonald to partner Standout when the sprinter kicks off his campaign at Randwick.

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Moroney faces anxious wait with Buffalo

Mike Moroney is hoping to have two runners in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield in boom galloper Buffalo River and smart ex-Kiwi Harlech.

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Zoustyle readied for Gold Coast cameo

Dynamic sprinter Zoustyle is preparing to return to racing at the Gold Coast with a Magic Millions campaign on the horizon.

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Bowman expecting Farnan to win

Tulloch Lodge colt Farnan has given jockey Hugh Bowman every reason to be confident he can continue his racetrack dominance as a three-year-old.

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Moore brothers out to Crack next milestone

Brothers John and Gary Moore will saddle up their first stakes runner as a training partnership when Crack On Crack On makes his Australian debut at Rosehill.

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Dalasan aiming to win his first Group One

South Australian horses have dominated feature interstate races in recent weeks and Leon MacDonald is hoping Dalasan can continue the winning run.

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Pride set to showcase two Everest hopefuls

All Aged Stakes placegetter Fasika will make her seasonal return at Rosehill where she will be on a mission to underline her claims to a slot in The Everest.

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Fierce Impact on song for Makybe Diva

Fierce Impact loves 1600 metres and the star Sydney galloper will return to Flemington to take on a top-class field over the distance in the Makybe Diva Stakes.

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David Hayes gets on the board in Hong Kong

Australian trainer David Hayes has celebrated a win at the opening meeting of the Hong Kong racing season.

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Outback Barbie to resume in Sheraco Stakes

The Group Two Sheraco Stakes at Rosehill will be the target for classy mare Outback Barbie when she returns to racing.

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Furious set to sort out Sydney’s fillies

No Sydney filly has yet emerged as the standout of her generation but that could change when a smart field gathers for the Group Two Furious Stakes.

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Matt Cumani confident in his Valley pair

Matt Cumani was named as the trainer of French raider San Huberto this week and he's got another two spring aspirants in action at Moonee Valley.

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Gytrash out to Strip Concorde title

Group One Lightning Stakes winner Gytrash already boasts a win over Nature Strip and he will bid to lower the sprint star's colours again at Randwick.

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Cox Plate test for improving Harbour Views

Matthew Williams has always had a big opinion of Harbour Views and he will put that to the test in the Feehan Stakes with a Cox Plate berth on the line.

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Raheen House could by Wyong Cup knockout

Trainer Kris Lees will have weight of numbers on his side with five horses across two stakes races at Wyong's feature meeting of the spring.

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Cummings comfortable with Avilius delay

Godolphin's seasoned campaigner Avilius has opened favourite to make a winning return in the Group Two Chelmsford Stakes at Randwick.

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Waller prepares to unleash force of Nature

Two horses confirmed as Everest slot holders, Nature Strip and Gytrash, will clash for the first time this spring in the Concorde Stakes at Randwick.

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Melbourne Cup back on the agenda for Red Verdon

Trainer Ed Dunlop is hoping for a case of third time lucky as he again sets his sights on chasing a Melbourne Cup start with English stayer Red Verdon.

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McEvoy confident Peltzer can measure up

Top jockey Kerrin McEvoy heads to Rosehill with an outstanding book of rides, headed by exciting colt Peltzer in the Group Three San Domenico Stakes.

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Savatiano gets Group One chance in Memsie

James Cummings has always believed that Savatiano was a mare who could win at Group One level and she gets her best chance in the Memsie Stakes.

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Maher reveals big plans for Sydney stable

On the back of their best local season to date, training partners Ciaron Maher and David Eustace are planning an expansion of their Sydney operation.

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Begg takes softer option with Nonconformist

Grahame Begg toyed with the idea of promising stayer Nonconformist resuming in the Memsie Stakes but he is happy with his decision to take a softer option.

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Classique Legend tunes up for Everest bid

Classique Legend has taken the next step in his build up towards the $15 million The Everest with a barrier trial win under race jockey Kerrin McEvoy.

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Racing NSW opens border to some Vic horses

The improving pandemic situation in regional Victoria has prompted NSW racing officials to allow the interstate travel of thoroughbreds from certain areas.

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Slipper winner sizzles in latest trial win

Tulloch Lodge colt Farnan has continued preparations for his seasonal return to racing with an all-the-way win in a Randwick barrier trial.

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Minor injury forces Rothfire to miss important gallop

Trainer Rob Heathcote is not hitting the panic button with Rothfire after a minor injury ruled him out of a jump out at Doomben.

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Loving Gaby injured & retired

Connections of two-time Group One winner Loving Gaby have confirmed her retirement after a leg injury put paid to her spring campaign.

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Moody eyeing off Memsie with new recruits

Peter Moody returns to Group One racing in the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield with two new recruits, Perth star Gatting and three-year-old Glenfiddich.

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Melody Belle set to return to New Zealand

Connections of star Kiwi mare Melody Belle have pulled the plug on her Australian spring campaign following successive unplaced runs in Sydney.

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Thompson keen to see where Mamaragan fits

Golden Slipper placegetter Mamaragan will get a chance to underline his claims to the Group One Golden Rose when he kicks off his campaign at Rosehill.

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Ford grabs G1 chance on The Bostonian

Best known for his association with brilliant speedster Takeover Target, Jay Ford returns to the Sydney arena to link with Winx Stakes favourite The Bostonian.

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Gytrash, Fasika impress in barrier trial

Adelaide sprinter Gytrash has passed his first serious test racing in the Sydney direction with a stylish barrier trial performance at Warwick Farm.

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Atlantic Jewel dies

Coolmore Australia has confirmed former star mare Atlantic Jewel has died shortly after giving birth to a foal by US Triple Crown winner Justify.

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McDonald in Sweet position at Randwick

The first Group One meeting of the season is shaping to be a happy hunting ground for top jockey James McDonald if early markets have got it right.

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Flying Award kicks off Guineas campaign

Danny O'Brien is set to make a big impact over the carnival and Flying Award is one of three horses he has at Moonee Valley set for spring riches.

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Parr back on course after illness scare

Struck down by a rare disorder earlier this year, jockey Josh Parr is thankful to be back to full strength as he prepares for his return to Sydney racing.

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Jungle’s wet track edge back at Valley

Although ten-year-old sprinter Jungle Edge is yet to win at Moonee Valley, his trainer Mick Bell says a wet track can turn that around in the Carlyon Stakes.

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Winter find set to Show up in stakes test

Trainer Brad Widdup has a handy band of progressive mares on his books and hopes that two of them can make winning returns at Randwick.

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Nature Strip blitzes rivals in impressive trial win

Nature Strip has kicked off an important week for trainer Chris Waller with a barrier trial win ahead of the return of up to six stablemates in the Winx Stakes.

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Three-year ban for jockey Adam Hyeronimus

The riding career of Adam Hyeronimus hangs in the balance after Racing NSW stewards outed him for three years on betting-related offences.

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Change of plans for Cup-bound mare Oceanex

Trainers Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior have had a change of heart and will kick off Oceanex's Melbourne Cup campaign two weeks earlier than planned.

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US plans remain for Tulloch Lodge mare

Connections of Con Te Partiro have drawn up contingency plans in the event the coronavirus pandemic prevents them from pursuing their Breeders' Cup dream.

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Bivouac underlines Everest credentials

Two-time Group One winner Bivouac has scored an impressive barrier trial win under Hugh Bowman in his first public appearance of the season.

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Trial win for Golden Rose favourite Farnan

Golden Slipper winner Farnan has made a winning return at his first public outing of the season in a Randwick barrier trial.

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Track specialist ready to fly in Lawrence

An outstanding record over the course and distance of the P B Lawrence Stakes, as well as race fitness, will hold Streets Of Avalon in good stead at Caulfield.

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Ex-Godolphin horses shape up well for Litt

Godolphin's dispersal sales are proving a happy hunting ground for trainer Richard Litt and he is hoping his luck can continue deeper into the spring.

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Carnival contenders step out for O’Shea

A period of rebuilding has laid the foundations for John O'Shea to have a strong spring carnival presence and potentially unearth his next headline horse.

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Pride to test the spring waters with Torun

An unabashed fan of promising three-year-old Torun, trainer Joe Pride is keen to see how the colt handles his first serious test at Randwick.

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Moody in good health heading into spring

Having recently bolstered his spring carnival team, trainer Peter Moody is looking forward to launching a Caulfield and Melbourne Cups bid.

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Rawiller lodges appeal against riding ban

Top jockey Nash Rawiller will appeal the severity of a riding ban stemming from his winning effort aboard Eduardo in the Missile Stakes.

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Williams makes Caulfield return

Champion jockey Craig Williams will return to riding after a three week break and has already set his sights on another Melbourne premiership title.

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Waller to make quiet start to Vic carnival

Champion trainer Chris Waller is poised to have his first stakes runner in Victoria this season with Kings Will Dream on track to resume at Caulfield.

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Derby winner set for Sydney spring return

Australian Derby winner Quick Thinker and stablemate The Chosen One will headline the spring carnival arsenal of trainers Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman.

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Rothfire steals the show at Doomben trials

Outstanding three-year-old Rothfire has starred at the Doomben barrier trials, recording a brilliant all-the-way win in fast time.

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Epsom-bound Tyzone shines in barrier trial

Group One winner Tyzone indicated he was on target for an Epsom Handicap campaign with a solid placing in a Gold Coast barrier trial.

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Verry Elleegant preparing for Cups bid

Multiple Group One winner Verry Elleegant will return in the Winx Stakes to begin a campaign targeted towards the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups.

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Ryan satisfied with Sydney spring menu

The COVID-19 pandemic is likely to keep many of Sydney's best horses at home in the short-term and that holds no concerns for Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan.

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Octane out to prove a point in Melbourne

The most expensive yearling sold in Victoria, Octane will face a class test when he returns from a stint in Adelaide for a Flemington assignment.

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Relaxed Anders ready to blossom in Rosebud

He has been a work in progress but Anders is showing signs he has turned the corner ahead of his seasonal return in The Rosebud at Rosehill.

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So Si Bon looms as a Cox Plate wildcard

Connections of So Si Bon have thrown in a nomination for the Cox Plate ahead of the gelding's resumption in a Group Three sprint at Flemington.

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Melody Belle on song for Missile Stakes

Missile Stakes favourite Melody Belle has passed a fitness test and will kick-start her season in the Rosehill sprint.

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VRC maintains hope for carnival crowds

The Victoria Racing Club has not ruled out having crowds attend the Melbourne spring carnival, pending developments with the COVID-19 situation in the state.

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Veteran among two Missile runners for Lees

On the back of a successful 2019-20 season, trainer Kris Lees will look to make his presence felt in the Missile Stakes with Le Romain and Special Reward.

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Stricter protocols for Victorian racing

Racing Victoria officials will continue to monitor their biosecurity protocols as they strive to keep the industry buoyant through the coronavirus pandemic.

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Nature Strip stars with impressive trial

Brilliant sprinter Nature Strip has indicated he is on target for another lucrative campaign, cruising to a barrier trial victory at Rosehill.

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Waller’s stable stars prepare to trial

Nature Strip will be the headline act at a star-studded barrier trial session at Rosehill, which also includes Caulfield Cup fancy Master Of Wine.

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Catalyst on a Golden Sydney spring path

The $7.5 million Golden Eagle will be the spring goal for Catalyst, who will also be on a mission to put himself into calculations for The Everest.

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Melody Belle stars at Randwick trials

The Jamie Richards-trained star New Zealand mare Melody Belle has won a barrier trial at Randwick as she prepares for her return to racing in Sydney.

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Japanese import runs first-up for Preusker

After stints with Darren Weir and Chris Waller, Japanese galloper Admire Winner will have his first run for Paul Preusker when he lines up at The Valley.

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Bowman gets six weeks for involvement in race fall

Leading Sydney jockey Hugh Bowman has been suspended over a race fall at Rosehill that involved injured rider Andrew Adkins.

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O’Brien-trained stars to gallop at Geelong

The Danny O'Brien-trained stablemates Vow And Declare and Russian Camelot will have a raceday gallop at Geelong as part of their preparations towards spring.

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Sabkhat chases rare win for Qld veterans

Veteran Sabkhat will join a select group of 10-year-olds to win in Queensland open company if he salutes at Eagle Farm.

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Skelm starts Cups tilt at The Valley

Trainer Terry Kelly is yet to have a starter in the Melbourne Cup and is hoping that may change this year with Skelm who starts his campaign at The Valley.

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Observational to boost Queensland staying ranks

Veteran Observational takes the first step to boosting staying ranks in Queensland when he debuts at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

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Smartedge steps out for Gollan stable

Fresh from a record-breaking season, trainer Tony Gollan is hoping to kick off the new racing term in a similar vein at Eagle Farm.

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Tavirun chasing successive victories

After returning to form with a victory at Sandown, Tavirun will get the chance for successive wins when he runs in a quality handicap at The Valley.

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Oaks target for promising filly Montefilia

The Group One-VRC Oaks in Melbourne is the spring target for filly Montefilia who is nominated to run over 1800m at Randwick on Saturday.

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Jockey Whiteley suspended for two months

Jockey Chris Whiteley has been suspended for two months for his ride on short-priced favourite Silent Explorer in Cairns last month.

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Melbourne Cup on agenda for Coolmore team

Having won many of the big races around the globe, the Melbourne Cup remains high on the list of must-win races for the Coolmore outfit.

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Premierships record in sights of Williams

With his ninth Victorian metropolitan jockeys' premiership secured this season, Craig Williams has moved to within two of equalling the record for most titles.

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Stokes to test Sansom in WFA Bletchingly

Trainer Phillip Stokes says Sansom's performance in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes will give him a guide on where to head with the gelding in the future.

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Bowman back to begin carnival build up

Star jockey Hugh Bowman has been booked to ride two pre-post favourites in his return from a revitalising winter break at Rosehill.

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Eduardo showing right signs for new stable

The July Sprint will be a campaign springboard for former Victorian Eduardo as he bids to rediscover his best form under new trainer Joe Pride.

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Noble Boy on target for Winter Challenge

Recent Winter Stakes winner Noble Boy is chasing another black-type win in the Listed Winter Challenge at Rosehill on Saturday.

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Streets Of Avalon entered for Bletchingly

Futurity Stakes winner Streets Of Avalon is nominated to make his return from a spell in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield.

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Instant Celebrity on Thousand Guineas path

Trainer Phillip Stokes will give unbeaten filly Instant Celebrity a freshen-up before her planned spring campaign in Melbourne towards the Thousand Guineas.

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Calypso can Reign in Williams title bid

Trainer David Jolly believes Calypso Reign is racing well enough to measure up in his first Melbourne appearance at Flemington against his own age over 1200m.

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Iron horse Agassi ready for distance test

A preparation that has spanned seven months and a dozen starts will wind up at Randwick when Agassi faces a Magic Millions test.

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Fitting season finale looming for Waller

Champion trainer Chris Waller has dominated Queensland staying races this season and has three chances to win another one at Ipswich.

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Begg happy with low draw for Romancer

Trainer Grahame Begg believes an inside barrier draw will aid the chances of Romancer when he runs in a 1600m handicap at Flemington.

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Dual Group 1 winner Scales Of Justice dies

Dual Group One-winning gelding Scales Of Justice, a winner of 12 of his 30 starts, has died.

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Pennino to tackle Listed Eye Liner Stakes

A better barrier draw prompted trainer Darryl Hansen to run Pennino in the Eye Liner Stakes instead of the Gai Waterhouse Classic.

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Skate To Paris to avenge unlucky defeat

Consistent mare Skate To Paris can avenge one of the unluckiest defeats of her career in the Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich.

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Sircconi set for another big Flemington run

Trainer Nick Ryan is thrilled with how Sircconi has come through his Winter Championship Series Final win as he prepares for another 1600m race at Flemington.

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Caulfield Guineas a target for Tagaloa

The Caulfield Guineas looms as a target for Blue Diamond Stakes winner Tagaloa in the spring.

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Purton wins fourth Hong Kong premiership

Zac Purton has clinched his fourth Hong Kong jockeys' premiership with one meeting still remaining in the 2019-20 season.

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Racing continues in Vic despite lockdown

Despite the reintroduction of stage three lockdown in Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire, racing will continue in Victoria as it has done through COVID-19.

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The Bostonian has plans to scale Everest

New Zealand Group One-winning gelding The Bostonian has a spring campaign in Sydney in the pipeline, where The Everest looms as the ultimate goal.

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Mystic Journey to bypass Bletchingly

Tasmanian trainer Adam Trinder has pushed back the planned return for Mystic Journey, who is set to bypass the Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield later this month.

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Lung infection a concern for Te Akau Shark camp

A lung infection has kept Te Akau Shark in hospital after the star New Zealand galloper successfully underwent eye surgery.

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Cox Plate a slim chance for Italian Oaks winner

A filly part-owned by prominent Australian syndicator OTI Racing has won the Group Two Italian Oaks.

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Lees, Waller with leading Grafton Cup chances

Prominent trainers Kris Lees and Chris Waller are set to have strong hands in the Grafton Cup with both stable's having three acceptors in the country feature.

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In-form Dunn sets sights on Ramornie Handicap

Locally trained sprinter Snitz has been set a Ramornie Handicap mission as he bids to upstage several Sydney stables in the Grafton feature.

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Micheal Dee to have surgery on broken collarbone

Jockey Michael Dee has suffered a broken collarbone after a fall from a horse in winning an eventful race at Pakenham.

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Purton poised to claim fourth HK premiership

Zac Purton has a six-win lead in the Hong Kong jockeys' premiership with arch-rival Joao Moreira to miss two of the final three meetings through suspensions.

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Vassilator to make headway back at Flemington

Disappointed with Vassilator's antics of carrying his head high, trainer Colin Little has returned to using a training aid before racing at Flemington.

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Moroney team aiming up at Flemington

Milwaukee will be out to snap a year-long absence from the winners' circle in the All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

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Plutocrat to use inside gate in Tatt’s Club Stakes

Promising filly Plutocrat has barrier one in the Listed Tattersall's Club Stakes after a run of bad draws at her four race starts.

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Best Stone set for her return at Randwick

After winning twice at the end of her previous preparation, three-year-old filly Best Stone will try to continue her winning way when she resumes at Randwick.

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AFL coach turns his hand to horse training

Long-time AFL coach Denis Pagan has long held the ambition of training racehorses, and he will have his first runner when Johnny Get Angry starts at Flemington.

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Victoria Star set for Winter Champ Final

Trainer Greg Eurell says Victoria Star heads into the Winter Championship Series Final in great shape despite not having raced for five weeks.

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Owners in Vic hotspots banned from tracks

Owners living in Victorian COVID-19 hotspots will be banned from attending race meetings throughout the state until the pandemic is back under control.

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Ron Stewart back riding after fall at home

Group One-winning Queensland jockey Ron Stewart will resume riding at Eagle Farm after a three month break following a fall at his home in March.

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Gerald Ryan to test filly at Eagle Farm

Rosehill trainer Gerald Ryan admits he is throwing filly Zero To Hundred in the "deep end" by targeting a stakes race in just her second start.

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Jockeys stood down from Gosford meeting

A prominent NSW metropolitan jockey has displayed flu-like symptoms, resulting in nine other riders being stood down from Tuesday's Gosford meeting.

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Winter Championship trio in return battle

The placegetters from the 2019 Winter Championship have been nominated for a return clash in the Listed race at Flemington.

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Emerging Victorian sire Fighting Sun dies

Regarded as a Golden Slipper contender during his racing days before injury forced him out, Fighting Sun has died after a colic attack at Sun Stud.

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Further tests planned for Harbour Views

After failing as favourite at Caulfield, Harbour Views is undergoing further test to rule out any respiratory issues.

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Japanese star shares top billing for Plate

One of Japan's best four-year-old mares has been promoted to favouritism for the WS Cox Plate after winning the Takarazuka Kinen.

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Pat Hyland retires after successful career

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey and successful trainer Pat Hyland has called an end to his career in racing.

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McDonald to appeal three-week riding ban

James McDonald says he will appeal a three-week suspension for his ride on a beaten favourite, describing the penalty as "very harsh".

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Double You Tee and Harbour Views clash again

Trainer Patrick Payne has reservations that Double You Tee can turn around his last start defeat by Harbour Views despite gaining a weight advantage.

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Stewards probe: substance charges for 13 trainers

Queensland stewards have charged 15 people, including 13 trainers, with procuring substances or preparations of unregistered substances.

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Time To Reign primed for Rosehill return

Silver Slipper-winning colt Time To Reign is set to make his return to racing at Rosehill for the three-year-old's first start since January.

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Purton extends HK premiership lead to four

Zac Purton has extended his lead by one to a four-win advantage in the Hong Kong Jockeys premiership after riding a winning double at Sha Tin.

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Stradivarius wins a third Gold Cup

Stradivarius has claimed a third successive Ascot Gold Cup with a brilliant 10-length victory on day three at Royal Ascot.

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Cross Counter & Prince Of Arran in Gold Cup

Melbourne Cup winner Cross Counter and dual Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran are among star stayer Stradivarius' rivals in the Royal Ascot Gold Cup.

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Addeybb to contest Royal Ascot G1

Sydney autumn carnival star Addeybb is among seven horses to accept for the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot.

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Smith maps Cox Plate path for Fierce Impact

Two-time Group One winner Fierce Impact is back in work and trainer Matt Smith has lofty spring ambitions, culminating in a Cox Plate start.

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Whip breach scrutinised after Cup dead-heat

A breach of the whip rule from Billy Egan on Plein Ciel was not found until after correct weight when the galloper dead-heated with Shot Of Irish at The Valley.

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Winter Bride poised for swansong victory

Winter Bride has been set to retire to stud as a winner in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at a Eagle Farm.

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Florent adds intrigue to Group 2 The Roses

Promising Victorian three-year-old filly Florent brings different form to the Group Two The Roses at Eagle Farm.

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Niccanova to back-up at Eagle Farm

Stradbroke Handicap placegetter Niccanova isn't expected to be bothered by a quick back-up in the Group Three Eagle Farm Mile

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Early return for New Zealand racing

After months in lockdown because of coronavirus, New Zealand racing is set to return earlier than planned.

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Owners allowed back on track at Randwick

The first phase of spectators being allowed to return to Sydney race meetings has been announced, with owners to be able to attend to see their horses race.

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Tactical Advantage to appreciate firmer footing at Randwick

Kris Lees believes a soft barrier draw is a plus for Tactical Advantage in the Listed Bob Charley Stakes but hopes the Randwick track can improve from heavy.

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Record-Earning Champ Arrogate Euthanised

A post-mortem will be carried out on former US champion Arrogate after he was euthanised following a battle with a mystery illness.

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Olive to test speedy filly Proud Mia at Rosehill

Nick Olive has a good opinion of filly Proud Mia and the Canberra trainer is keen to get a better guide on the juvenile's potential when he runs her in Sydney.

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Good track key to Hang Man bouncing back at Caulfield

After disappointing trainer Mike Moroney on a heavy track at his last start, Hang Man returns to Caulfield for a rise in distance in better going.

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McGillivray to remain in neck brace after race fall

Queensland jockey Matt McGillivray is expected to be in a neck brace for up to a fortnight after a fall at the Sunshine Coast.

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Shalwa after value-boosting win at Doomben

Tough mare Shalwa has earned herself another shot at black-type with her consistent form since blinkers were removed from her raceday gear

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Fred Best Classic to form Stradbroke Hcp field

The Fred Best Classic on Saturday will play a major role in determining the field for the Group One Stradbroke Hcp.

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Spring carnival changes to suit The Valley

Proposed changes to the Melbourne spring carnival may prove beneficial to Moonee Valley giving them a two-day carnival on successive Saturdays.

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Unbeaten Peltzer saved for spring campaign

Trainer Gerald Ryan has confirmed promising two-year-old Peltzer will miss the JJ Atkins next month to concentrate on the spring.

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Promising McEvoy colt to debut at Caulfield

Co-trainer Calvin McEvoy believes Kahaylaan has the talent to measure up in town on debut at Caulfield.

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“Terrific gate speed” a tick for Petronius at Randwick

Trainer Gary Moore cannot wait to start his training partnership with brother John next season but his immediate focus is on improving colt Petronius.

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Brisbane trip unlikely for promising Khoekhoe

A start in the Group One JJ Atkins is a possibility for Khoekhoe with a decision revolving around his performance in the Tom Melbourne Trophy at Flemington.

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Milwaukee to bounce back at Flemington

Mike Moroney is looking to Milwaukee overturning last year's defeat in the Listed Straight Six when the gelding lines up in the sprint at Flemington.

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Costa excited about Supergiant in Gunsynd Classic

Trainer Michael Costa is looking forward to his lightly raced gelding Supergiant taking on quality three-year-olds in the Gunsynd Classic at Eagle Farm.

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Sunlight retired & up for sale

Three-time Group One winner Sunlight has run her final race and will be sold as a broodmare prospect.

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One-eyed blinker to improve Hezafox at Flemington

In a bid to get Hezafox to race straight and true late in his races, trainer Greg Eurell has applied a one-eyed blinker to his race gear at Flemington.

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Kementari ready for comeback win

Godolphin's head trainer James Cummings is confident Kementari is ready to win his first race in two years in the Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm.

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Begg frustrated with spring uncertainty

Grahame Begg says any changes to the Melbourne spring carnival need to announced as soon as possible so trainers can begin planning programs for their horses.

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Anderson duo to take on boom 3YO Kinane

Trainer Chris Anderson hopes to gain a further insight into the potential of Ballistic Boy and Profit when they take on Kinane at Eagle Farm.

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No decision on Sunlight’s racing future

After two below par Group One performances from Sunlight, the mare has headed to the spelling paddock as her ownership group decides her future.

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Tambo’s Mate to strengthen Stradbroke credentials

Tambo's Mate is again ready to show his improvement in the past year when he tackles the Group Two Victory Stakes on Saturday.

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Victory Stakes given more significant role in 2020

The Group Two Victory Stakes has an even more important role in Queensland winter racing this year as a lead up to the Group One Stradbroke Hcp

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Mr Bellagio heads Edmonds’ Gold Coast team

Underrated gelding Mr Bellagio heads another strong assault by the Edmonds training partnership on a Gold Coast metropolitan meeting.

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Michael Rodd to make Flemington return

Returning jockey Michael Rodd has five rides booked at Flemington, including former Singapore Horse of the Year Debt Agent.

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Victorem set for a crack at Stradbroke Handicap

Port Macquarie galloper Victorem is headed to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap after a successful barrier trial on Tuesday.

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Santa Ana Lane topweight for Stradbroke

Accomplished sprinter Santa Ana Lane is the 58.5kg topweight as he tries to repeat his 2018 Stradbroke Handicap win at Eagle Farm.

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Damian Lane to extend riding stint in Japan

Leading Melbourne jockey Damian Lane expects to receive approval to continue riding in Japan during the Australian off-season.

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Django Freeman to step out at Flemington

German Derby runner-up Django Freeman is scheduled to make his Australian debut over 1600m at Flemington after missing last spring because of injury.

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Bosson rejects Australia move for Te Akau role

Star New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson has been retained as Te Akau Racing's No.1 stable rider for the 2020-21 thoroughbred season.

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Champion jumps jockey Steven Pateman receives 3-year ban

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has disqualified jockey and trainer Steven Pateman and his wife Jessica Barton for three years.

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Baccarat Baby looks to extend brilliant Sunshine Coast record

Honest Baccarat Baby will have a home track advantage in her final lead-up race to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.

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Phaistos on song for Scone Cup bid

The Listed Scone Cup has been a target for Phaistos and trainer James Cummings believes the gelding heads into the race in top form off a recent Randwick win.

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Chasing a Cup berth a Good Idea for Stokes’ stayer

Adelaide Cup runner-up Good Idea is among the stayers set to clash at Flemington in The Andrew Ramsden chasing a ballot exemption into the Melbourne Cup.

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Hawkes state switch a tick for Masked Crusader

Last-start Victorian winner Masked Crusader will look to keep his momentum rolling when he chases his first Sydney win at Randwick.

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Baylee Nothdurft to appeal three-month suspension

Leading Queensland jockey Baylee Nothdurft will seek an internal review of a three-month suspension for his ride on Vega One at the Sunshine Coast.

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Third time lucky for G1 SA Derby hopeful

After being placed previously at Morphettville, Themoonlitegambler will attempt a Group One victory in the South Australian Derby.

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Hall of Fame jockey Darby McCarthy dies

Legendary jockey Darby McCarthy, a trail blazer for aboriginal sports people, has died aged 76.

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Kendrick notches up 900th career win

Trainer Stuart Kendrick recorded his 900th career win when Superare won at the Sunshine Coast.

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Celestial Falls to resume at Randwick

Three-year-old filly Celestial Falls is set to return from an extended break at Randwick with a Queensland trip for The Roses on the radar later this campaign.

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Edmonds fires up winter carnival contenders

Promising two-year-old The Drinks Cart leads a strong team of horses the Toby and Trent Edmonds partnership has at the Good Coast and Doomben.

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Can Victorem become fifth winner from super trial?

Trainer Jenny Graham is hoping Victorem can continue the run of winners to come out of his recent barrier trial when he lines up in the BRC Sprint.

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Jim Byrne back for Outback Barbie

Jim Byrne has recovered from a second operation on a broken leg to ride Outback Barbie in the Group Three BRC Sprint.

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Baylee Nothdurft inquiry to resume

A stewards inquiry into leading jockey Baylee Nothdurft's ride on Vega One at the Sunshine Coast last month is set to resume.

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Order Of Command hard to beat in Wangoom Handicap

Danny O'Brien has aimed Order Of Command at this year's Wangoom Handicap at Warrnambool and the trainer cannot fault the sprinter going into the race.

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Star Of Michelin cleared to race

Three-year-old Star Of Michelin has easily won a barrier trial to get his clearance to resume a winter campaign after an episode of cardiac arrhythmia.

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Pateman hospitalised after jumps fall at Warrnambool

Jockey Steven Pateman has been stood down from his remaining rides after suffering concussion in a fall at Warrnambool.

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Kinane to bypass SA Derby and head to QLD

Frank Packer Plate winner Kinane will not run in the South Australian Derby and is instead being directed towards races in Queensland.

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Cosmic Force becomes latest 3YO retired to stud

Group Two winner Cosmic Force has been retired and will stand alongside his sire Deep Field at Newgate Farm.

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Grand Annual Steeplechase winners to settle score

Having finished one-two in the past two editions of the Grand Annual Steeplechase, Gold Medals and Zed Em are set to run in the race again at Warrnambool.

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Stradbroke Handicap on Hightail’s radar

Stakes winner Hightail will kick off a campaign aimed towards the better Brisbane winter carnival races when he steps out at Randwick.

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Wet track suits Teleplay in Robert Sangster Stakes

Co-trainer Mick Price would not mind a bit more rain ahead of the Group One Sangster Stakes at Morphettville in which he has Teleplay engaged.

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Five-length winner confirms JJ Atkins claims

Wisdom of Water has turned his return to racing into a training gallop and in the process confirmed his rating as a top chance in the Group One J J Atkins.

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Kendrick closing in on 900 winners

Trainer Stuart Kendrick is nearing 900 career winners and has a strong hand at Doomben with filly Uncomplicated.

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Stokes seeks third Australasian Oaks

Trainer Phillip Stokes has won the Australasian Oaks twice with Marju Snip and Maybe Discreet and is looking for a third with Selica.

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Wild Ruler working towards JJ Atkins

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden have taken a deliberately steady approach with talented colt Wild Ruler who has been earmarked for the Brisbane winter carnival.

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Sandown performance to determine Derby start

How Vegas Knight performs in a 2100m-race at Sandown will determine whether he backs up in the South Australian Derby.

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Nature Strip secures The Everest slot

Star sprinter Nature Strip will represent the TAB in The Everest, the world's richest sprint held at Randwick in spring.

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Street Icon chasing G1 success

A change to Street Icon's racing pattern has led the mare to her first Group One assignment in the Sangster Stakes at Morphettville.

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Stephanie Thornton nears milestone

Apprentice Stephanie Thornton has seven rides at Doomben where she will try to outride her metropolitan claim.

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Castelvecchio retired to Arrowfield stud

Dual Group One winner Castelvecchio will join the Arrowfield stallion roster sooner than planned and will not race as a four-year-old.

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Blinkers on for Lyre in Robert Sangster Stakes

Blue Diamond Stakes-winning filly Lyre will race in blinkers for the first time when she bids for her second career Group One win in the Robert Sangster Stakes.

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Cartwright lands winner at first city ride

Matthew Cartwright has guided Mockery to an all-the-way victory at Sandown in the apprentice's first ride on a metropolitan track.

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Thunder Mania earns JJ Atkins campaign

An impressive win at the Sunshine Coast has earned two-year-old Thunder Mania a tilt at the Group One JJ Atkins.

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Queensland jockey banned for hitting horse

Country-based Queensland jockey Chris McIver has been disqualified for seven months after admitting he hit his mount on the head.

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Holland’s 47kg Game plan

Dean Holland is shedding the kilograms to ride two-year-old Away Game in the Group One Sangster Stakes at Morphettville.

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Hong Kong great set to join Sydney training ranks

Seven-time champion trainer John Moore is set to return to Australia after more than 40 years in Hong Kong to set up a stable with his brother Gary at Rosehill.

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Spring Carnival plans revealed for Harbour Views

Lightly raced Harbour Views is scheduled to begin a campaign at Sandown which trainer Matthew Williams hopes will boost the gelding's rating ahead of spring.

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Ben Melham charged with betting offences

Multiple Group One-winning jockey Ben Melham has charged with betting offences against the rules of racing.

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Thornton chasing G1 glory in Adelaide

Damien Thornton will be chasing his first Group One wins when he rides Toffee Tongue in the Australasian Oaks and Lyre in the Robert Sangster Stakes.

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Everest slot beckons for Fasika

Trainer Joe Pride believes Fasika's All Aged Stakes performance has shown she has what it takes to mix it with Australia's best in the Everest.

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BRC Sprint next up for Tambo’s Mate

Tambo's Mate has been given the green light to tackle the winter stakes races after his strong effort to finish second at the Sunshine Coast.

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Haky upsets Vow And Declare at Flemington

Haky has broken through for his first Australian win while Melbourne Cup hero Vow And Declare has finished out of the placings at Flemington.

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Silvera in contention for Stradbroke Handicap

Consistent grey galloper Silvera has put his name forward for a possible tilt at the Stradbroke Handicap with his Sunshine Coast win.

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In Her Time denied winning farewell

Top sprinter In Her Time has had her farewell party spoiled, edged out in her final race by the fast-finishing Sweet Scandal.

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Caulfield Guineas hopes for Flying Award

An impressive last-to-first victory by Flying Award at Flemington has trainer Danny O'Brien thinking of the Caulfield Guineas for the rising three-year-old.

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JJ Atkins on radar for Saffiano

Trainer Chris Waller has named a Group One target in Brisbane for Saffiano following the colt's impressive Rosehill victory.

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Champion harness driver Gavin Lang dies aged 61

Champion harness racing trainer/driver Gavin Lang has died aged 61 from a rare form of lymphoma.

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Graff on trial for Stradbroke Handicap

Trainer Kris Lees expects Sydney's race fields to remain strong given the reduced winter carnival options in Queensland and interstate travel restrictions..

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Ross can’t split Sunshine Coast sprint duo

Trainer Les Ross has again warned there is little between Mishani Hustler and River Racer at the Sunshine Coast despite a big gap in their prices.

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Etana aiming for more QLD success

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained mare Etana has arrived in Queensland to begin her winter campaign at the Sunshine Coast.

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Swan Hill Carnival reduced to single day

The poAnother popular Victorian racing country carnival has had its meetings cut because of COVD-19 restrictions.pular winter racing carnival at Swan Hill has become the latest casualty of the coronavirus epidemic.

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Cumani chasing VRC St Leger win

Matt Cumani has two hopes of emulating his victory in The Showdown at Caulfield when Sign Seal Deliver and Tarn Prince contest the VRC St Leger at Flemington.

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Ringo to Rock Sunshine Coast Sprint

Comeback galloper Ringo's A Rockstar will take on some class horses when he returns to the Sunshine Coast.

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Edmonds stable chasing more Coast success

The Toby and Trent Edmonds partnership has reached 100 winners for the season and is after more success at the Gold Coast.

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Outback Barbie sizzles in Doomben trial

Stradbroke Handicap-bound mare Outback Barbie has been the star of the Doomben trials featuring some winter hopefuls.

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Vega One gearing up for Stradbroke

Talented Vega One will take his first step to the Group One Stradbroke Handicap when he runs at the Sunshine Coast.

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Glenfiddich to be aimed at Caulfield Guineas

Champagne Stakes runner-up Glenfiddich will be spelled with trainer Robbie Griffiths eyeing spring riches including the Group One Caulfield Guineas.

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Oju Chosan claims fifth Nakayama Grand Jump

Oju Chosan has won the rich Makayama Grand Jump for a record fifth-straight time.

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Team Edmonds equals metro training record

The Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership has equalled the Queensland metropolitan record with five winners at the Gold Coast.

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Top Sydney jockeys to stay home

Leading Sydney jockeys Hugh Bowman and Tim Clark say they are likely to bypass this year's Brisbane winter carnival and stay riding closer to home.

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Declares War primed for Gold Heath

Matt Cumani has Declares War engaged in the VOBIS Gold Heath at Caulfield, a race the trainer has had in his sights for some time.

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Kementari leads Godolphin trio

Godolphin has a stranglehold on the Group Three Hall Mark Stakes as their three runners jostle for popularity in the last feature race of the Sydney autumn.

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Clark confident of keeping hot-streak going

In-form jockey Tim Clark is in line to post a stakes win for the seventh week in succession with four rides in black-type races at Randwick.

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Bowman: Bivouac best of his generation

Connections of Pierata and Bivouac, two of the leading All Aged Stakes fancies, are bullish about their respective chances to end the autumn with a major win.

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Technology assists Griffiths with G1 preparation

COVID-19 restrictions have not allowed Robbie Griffiths to watch Champagne Stakes contender Glenfiddich closely and he has relied on technology for updates.

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Firmer track no issue for Quick Thinker

Australian Derby winner Quick Thinker will be out to end an already successful campaign with victory in the Frank Packer Plate.

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