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  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Betting drifter lands debut Geelong win

    Damien Oliver had to pull out all stops to get Leon & Troy Corstens-trained Swerving home a debut winner at Geelong after the Extreme Choice filly eased from $2.25 to start the $3.10 top elect. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    "Bubbly" Amiche ready for Rosehill test

    Edward Cummings can maintain his perfect strike-rate with Duais big sister Amiche when the five-year-old lines up for just her eleventh start in the Smithfield RSL Club Sprint (1200m) at Rosehill on Saturday. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Gold Coast calling for Pilote

    Heavily backed favourite Pilote took out the Bet365 Odds Drift Protect Handicap (2200m) at Geelong on Wednesday in emphatic fashion and has now won two of his past three starts to potentially book a trip to the Gold Coast in January. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Early Warwick Farm double for Rawiller

    Nash Rawiller enjoyed an early double at the Warwick Farm meeting staged in Sydney on Wednesday when Derry Grove and Bartoselli claimed the first two races on the program for trainers Matthew Dunn and John Thompson respectively. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Dual Pakenham Cup bids for Cumani

    Imports Future Score (Ire) and Team Captain (Ire) will chase Listed Pakenham Cup (2500m) success on Saturday for Ballarat trainer Matt Cumani providing the former gets the all clear to start from Racing Victoria's veterinary department. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    O'Shea approaching summer with spring in his step

    John O Shea hopes to continue his stable s run of success into the summer months with the likes of Berdibek (Fr) and Kirwin s Lane (NZ) head towards the Villiers, and Bend The Knee, Shalailed and Hell I Am penciled-in the Magic Millions in Queensland. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    First-up pattern points to Mr Mosaic

    The speedy Mr Mosaic returns to racing at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday as a gelding and without a trial as well as a perfect first-up record to defend. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Kah set for riding return

    Jamie Kah will ease back into racing with rides booked at Mornington on Friday afternoon, The Valley on Friday evening, and at the Pakenham Cup meeting on Saturday where she'll partner Smokin Romans (NZ) in the day s feature. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Tim Clark booked for Villiers Stakes favourite

    Stablemates Ellsberg and Steely sit atop early Villiers Stakes markets and co-trainers Gerald Ryan and Sterling Alexiou have already confirmed the respective booking of Tim Clark and Kerrin McEvoy. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Rosehill's meeting on Saturday attracts 116 acceptances

    Rosehill s meeting on Saturday, devoid of black type, has attracted 116 acceptances for the ten race Benchmark programme with the first race at 12.20pm and a field of eight fillies and mares for the Cabra-Vale Diggers Bm 78 Handicap (1350m) Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Track conditions, form and scratchings for Warwick Farm

    Track Upgrade to Soft 7 after Race 1 - Track conditions, form and scratchings for Warwick Farm - rail out 3m for the entire circuit - no irrigation for the last seven days - 1mm of rain for the last 24 hours, 61mm for the last seven days - weather cloudy showers possible 25c - 22 scratchings - FINAL Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Trans-Tasman options for Ballymore stayers

    Fresh from success in the feature staying races at Caulfield last weekend, Flemington trainer Mike Moroney is mulling over options for Dragon Storm (NZ) and Sound (GER) Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Kelley's amazing dead-heat feat

    Cooma trainer David Kelley registered an unlikely dead-heat with stablemates Super View and Lady Animaliaat at Canberra last Friday with two rank outsiders hitting the line in unison for a quinella which paid $225. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Beer's consistent Dragon to fire in Highway

    Albury-based conditioner Mitch Beer feels there s no better time than now to tackle the riches of the Highway Handicap with progressive Fiorente (Ire) gelding Wise Dragon. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Maher and Eustace after Pakenham Cup win

    Ciaron Maher and David Eustace will be looking to add next Saturday's Pakenham Cup (2500m) to their trophy cabinet and have the early $3.50 favourite in the form of Mankayan (Ire) when entries closed for the $300,000 race. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Boss invited for international series in Saudi Arabia

    Glen Boss will get another chance to add to his tally in an international jockeys series held in Saudi Arabia early next year at King Abdulaziz Racetrack, Riyadh. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Goldman's work in progress to target the Highway

    The Kurt Goldman-trained Hokahey is starting to put it all together for the Goulburn-based conditioner and is a nomination for the Highway Handicap at Rosehill Gardens this coming Saturday. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    History of the Kingston Town Classic

    Day 3 of the Ascot Masters continues on Saturday with the running of the Drummond Golf Kingston Town Classic. Here's an extensive catalogue of the race's history. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    A look ahead: Rosehill nominations - December 4

    Forecasted wet weather extends nomination deadline to Tuesday for six of the 10 races at Rosehill Gardens in Sydney this coming Saturday, with a brace of Benchmark 88 events forming the cornerstone of the programme. Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Worth a second look...

    The Sandown Cup meeting staged at Caulfield on Saturday, and in a new time slot a few weeks after the Melbourne Cup Carnival, lived up to its usual high standards. There were horses to follow in the New Year in even stronger grade, and those which should find things a little easier over the coming summer months… Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Weather to decide Alexander's Pakenham Cup bid

    Archie Alexander is aiming to have two starters in the Listed Pakenham Cup with stablemates Mosh Music and Pappalino (Fr) earmarked for Victoria's final feature Cup of the year and possibly set to take-on the likes of Dr Drill (GB), Mankayan (Ire) and Smokin Romans (NZ). Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Grant and Alana Williams to take outside clients

    Grant and Alana Williams confirmed on Monday that exclusive ties with leviathan owner Bob Peters are to be cut in 2022 so to welcome outside clients and to open a satellite stable in Victoria Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Ellsberg opens as Villiers Stakes favourite

    Saturday s Festival Stakes winner Ellsberg has opened as TAB's favourite for the Group 2 Villiers Stakes (1600m) in the Pre-Nominations market which opened on Monday - Zoustyle $2.50 favourite for Group 3 George Moore Stakes (1200m) Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Amiche nominated for Rosehill

    Hawkesbury s Edward Cummings has nominated his last start winner Amiche for the Benchmark 88 over the 1100m at Rosehill on Saturday after the five-year-old Nicconi mare won the F & M Benchmark 78 over 1100m at the course on November 6th Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Wil John prevails in Jericho Cup

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable landed their second $300,000 Jericho Cup (4600m) at Warrnambool on Sunday with Wil John prevailing in Australia's longest flat race Read More
  • 01
    Jan 1970

    Neasham looking to split stable stars

    Still flushed from a trifecta of Group 1 wins during the spring, Warwick Farm's Annabel Neasham is already turning her thoughts to the next chapter as she mulls autumn plans for Zaaki (GB) and Mo'unga (NZ) Read More