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Caulfield Cup winner not heading overseas

Jameka has been ruled out of an International campaign as she continues her recovery from travel sickness. Trainer Ciaron Maher said the mare was making steady progress after being diagnosed with the ailment following her return to Melbourne after winning The BMW at Rosehill on March 25. “She’s improving every day,” Maher told RSN927. “She’s […]

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Silent Sedition to line-up in Coolmore Legacy Stakes

After breaking through for a Group One win in the William Reid Stakes, Silent Sedition is favourite to snare a second at the elite level. Silent Sedition gave Caulfield trainer Andrew Noblet his first Group One victory in the William Reid at Moonee Valley last Friday week when she dropped in distance from 1500m to […]

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Cylinder Beach headed to Toowoomba Cup

A brilliant win by It’s Somewhat in the Doncaster Mile has boosted Brisbane trainer Desleigh Forster’s confidence about Cylinder Beach in the Toowoomba Cup. Cylinder Beach had one run in Sydney beaten 2-1/2 lengths into seventh place behind It’s Somewhat in the Group Two Ajax Stakes, and heads to Saturday’s Toowoomba Cup (2000m). “It’s Somewhat […]

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Waking Moment likely to push onto Australian Oaks

Waking Moment’s maiden win in the $200,000 Adrian Knox Stakes has trainer John Thompson dreaming about a similar outcome in next weekend’s $1 million Australian Oaks at Randwick. The two-year-old filly needed practically every inch of the 2000m on her home track to reel in Perfect Rhyme and did so in a manner that suggested […]

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Singleton dreams of Australian Oaks breakthrough

Scott Singleton was groomed for the equine industry by Bart Cummings as a leading trackwork rider, and now the Hawkesbury-based horseman is hoping to impress Sydney’s elite trainers on a regular basis. That process takes a potential step forward on day one of The Championships at Randwick when he saddles Cambage in Saturday’s Group Three […]

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Bendigo Guineas return for Victoria Derby hopeful

Injury curtailed Victoria Derby aspirations for lightly raced Mandalay Bay in the spring but trainer Matt Laurie is hoping the gelding can still make an impact in the Queensland equivalent. Mandalay Bay resumes in Saturday’s Listed Bendigo Guineas (1400m) having not raced since his sixth in the Group Two Bill Stutt Stakes at Moonee Valley […]

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Doubt over Astern in TJ Smith Stakes

Astern’s much-anticipated return to racing risks being delayed with trainer John O’Shea confirming Godolphin’s star colt will not contest the $2.5 million TJ Smith Stakes if Sydney’s weather deteriorates. Although the sun made a welcome appearance on Wednesday, rain is forecast to return before and during Saturday’s opening day of The Championships at Randwick. The […]

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Le Romain red hot favourite for Doncaster Mile 2017

Kris Lees is in relatively unfamiliar territory as he rejoins the list of trainers striving to snap Chris Waller’s recent domination of the Doncaster Mile. Lees is no stranger to trailing Waller’s runners, most recently Winx, but with the super mare not defending the $3 million focal point of Saturday’s opening day of The Championships […]

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Craig Williams to ride in the Doncaster Mile

Craig Williams will ride Tosen Stardom in the Doncaster Mile at Randwick as long as he passes a concussion test before race day. Williams, who was knocked unconscious when he fell from stricken horse The Gold Trail after the winning post in Saturday’s Mornington Cup, was initially thought to be ineligible with Victorian stewards requiring […]

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The BMW: Jameka out to replicate Caulfield Cup win

The big wet in Sydney is Hugh Bowman’s concern with Jameka going into the Group One BMW but the leading jockey has no doubts about the Caulfield Cup-winning mare’s class. Bowman rode Jameka for the first time in the Group One Australian Cup earlier this month when the four-year-old was gallant in defeat after working […]

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