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Wednesday, May 30 2018

Expat New Zealand jockey James McDonald's comeback will continue when he rides at the Royal Ascot meeting.

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Wednesday, May 30 2018

A suspension has cut short leading jockey Hugh Bowman's riding stint in Japan.

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Wednesday, May 30 2018

Scone trainer Brett Cavanough has called on one of his favourite jockeys, Skye Bogenhuber, to help coax spirited The Monstar back to winning form at the Sunshine Coast.

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Wednesday, May 30 2018

Group One-winning mare Secret Agenda is to head to the broodmare barn with connections announcing her retirement from racing.

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Wednesday, May 30 2018

The Darren Weir-trained Handsome Thief is the only runner in the Moreton Cup who can upset the order for the Gr. 1 Stradbroke Handicap.

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Monday, May 28 2018

New Zealand three-year-old Mazzuro will make one more appearance in Victoria before heading home.

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Sunday, May 27 2018

As Live And Free rubberstamped his presence in the Queensland Derby with a win in Sydney, Julie Manning's joy was surpassed by a more significant victory.

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Sunday, May 27 2018

Bastia has provided trainer Kris Lees with some consolation after promising colt Graff was a late scratching from the Gr.3 Sires' Produce Stakes at Doomben.

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Sunday, May 27 2018

Tough stayer Rising Red showed he had developed the maturity to win a big stakes races with his victory in the Gr.3 Premier's Cup (2200m) at Doomben.

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Thursday, May 24 2018

Trainer Henry Dwyer expects a return to a conventional racetrack to be a positive for steeplechasing convert The Dominator.

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Wednesday, May 23 2018

Adrian Bott believes Ecuador is on track to replicate his Listed McKell Cup (2400m) winning exploits at Randwick.

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Wednesday, May 23 2018

Trainer John Sargent's hopes of winning another feature three-year-old fillies race have been boosted with premier Brisbane jockey Jeff Lloyd's booking for Tinkermosa on Saturday.

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Tuesday, May 22 2018

A track gallop in Brisbane has convinced trainer Ciaron Maher that New Zealand-bred filly Aloisia is fit to take her place in the Queensland Oaks.

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Tuesday, May 22 2018

Spieth has been all but ruled out of Saturday’s Gr.1 Kingsford-Smith Cup (1350m) at Doomben.

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Tuesday, May 22 2018

The well-related New Zealand-bred Heir To The Throne remains an outside chance to make the Gr. 1 Queensland Derby field.

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Sunday, May 20 2018

Tough filly Savacool will join Chris Waller's northern team to give the new Hall of Fame trainer an even stronger hand in the Queensland Oaks at Doomben.

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Sunday, May 20 2018

Trainer Tim Martin is waiting on rain-affected tracks for King Darci (NZ) (Darci Brahma) despite the the gelding winning on unfavourable ground at Rosehill.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

The Darren Weir-trained Yogi (NZ) (Raise The Flag) proved far too good for his rivals in the Listed Port Adelaide Cup (2500m) on Saturday, coming from last to cruise to victory and provide favourite punters with a winning start to the day.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

Lisdoonvarna (NZ) (Super Easy) has bounced back from an incident at Warwick Farm which threatened to derail her campaign with an impressive win at Rosehill.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

Colin Little doubts he will be tempted to chase the Queensland sun and a Group One win for promising two-year-old Vassilator (NZ) (Zacinto).

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Saturday, May 19 2018

Matt Dunn has restored his equilibrium in Highway races in Sydney with Dia De Reyes (NZ) (Showcasing) winning at Rosehill to give comeback jockey James McDonald a first Saturday winner since his return.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

The Phillip Stokes-trained Éclair Calling (NZ) (Tartan Bearer) called on all of his reserves to out-tough Boxachocolates (NZ) (Alamosa) in the National Hall Of Fame Handicap (1600m) at Flemington on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

Former Kiwi galloper Sin To Win put the misfortune of last start behind him when successful in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes (3200m) at Flemington on Saturday.

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Saturday, May 19 2018

Apprentice Jack Martin steered Moss 'n' Dale (NZ) (Castledale) to his eleventh career victory when winning the Colin Hayes AM, OBE Hall of Fame Trophy (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday for Moe trainer Peter Gelagotis.

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Thursday, May 17 2018

James McDonald celebrated his return to racing following an 18-month disqualification by heading straight to the winners' stall at Warwick Farm.

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Thursday, May 03 2018

Symon Wilde has fulfilled a lifelong ambition with the victory of New Zealand-bred jumper Gold Medals in Warrnambool's Grand Annual Steeplechase.

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Thursday, May 03 2018

Local trainer Symon Wilde is making a habit of winning the two-year-old race on the final day of the Warrnambool carnival.

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Wednesday, May 02 2018

A pair of former New Zealand-trained gallopers fought out one of the most stirring finishes from the first two days of the Warrnambool carnival when The Dominator prevailed narrowly from a fast-finishing King Kamada in the Decron Dunroe BM120 Steeplechase (3450m) at Warrnambool on Wednesday. 

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Tuesday, May 01 2018

Symon Wilde has labelled Gold Medals a marvel after he gave the Warrnambool trainer his first win in the Brierly Steeplechase.

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