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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.
Craig Williams

Williams returns to the fold at Caulfield

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

Holyfield can send Neasham out a winner

A stakes victory by Holyfield would be an ideal farewell gift for Annabel Neasham as she prepares for her final days with the Maher and...

Sydney off the menu for Jennifer Eccles

Trainer Shaun Ritchie has confirmed the Melbourne spring carnival remains on the radar for Jennifer Eccles, provided her form warrants an Australian raid.
Gai Waterhouse

Wet track to suit Tulloch Lodge improvers

Tulloch Lodge will bid to continue its successful affinity with the Up And Coming Stakes, nominating two progressive colts for the showcase race.
Kings Will Dream

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...
The Chosen One

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.

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.
Cape Of Good Hope

Cape Of Good Hope set for racing return

Lindsay Park is confident the feet issues which have hampered Cape Of Good Hope have been rectified ahead of his resumption at Caulfield.

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.
Verry Elleegant

Verry seasoned mare 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.
Gerald Ryan

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...

Octane continues form surge under Stokes

In-form gelding Octane has made a winning return to Victoria to take his record to six victories from seven starts for trainer Phillip Stokes.
Home Of The Brave

Oliver delivers Brave win for Godolphin

Damien Oliver has made a habit of winning the first stakes race of the Victorian season, landing his fifth Aurie's Star Stakes aboard Home Of...
Eduardo

Eduardo makes it two from two in Sydney

Trainer Joe Pride has captured his third Missile Stakes crown with recent recruit Eduardo, who has led throughout in the Group Two Rosehill sprint.
Ciaron Maher

Neasham floats Anders as Everest contender

The Everest is being proposed as a potential target for speedy colt Anders after he outclassed his rivals to score a comfortable win in The...

Talented Tavidance bounces back in style

Co-trainer Michael Kent Junior expects Tavidance to continue to progress through the grades after rebounding from a below-par run with a win at Flemington.

Exemplar earns Melbourne Cup shot with win

Trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace will give in-form stayer Exemplar a chance to qualify for the Melbourne Cup following consecutive wins at Flemington.

Group One spring goals loom for Montefilia

Trainer David Payne will consider Group One options in Sydney and Melbourne for Montefilia after her win against older horses at Rosehill.
Stuart Kendrick

Wet weather a boost for Fastnet Cyclone

The prospect of a wet track at Doomben has given trainer Stuart Kendrick added confidence that Fastnet Cyclone can land back-to-back wins.
Patrick Payne

Payne dares Widgee to prove theory wrong

Trainer Patrick Payne is not convinced Widgee Turf is at his best on a straight track but he is happy to be proven wrong when...
Eduardo

Fresh challenge for Eduardo in Missile

Lightly-raced sprinter Eduardo will have the advantage of race fitness when he bids to deliver trainer Joe Pride a hat-trick of Missile Stakes victories.

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.

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...

VRC Oaks winner put on notice to perform

Trainer Danny O'Brien wants to see a return to form from Group One winner Miami Bound to prove she is on target for bigger spring...