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Victorian trainer facing cobalt charges

Victorian trainer Archie Alexander is facing cobalt charges after one of his horses was found to have a higher than an accepted level in its...
Archie Alexander

Alexander set to double up at Caulfield

Irish-bred import Southern Rock is set to join Kiwia in a handicap race at Caulfield as a starting point to a spring campaign.
Haky

Settled Haky lands strong Flemington win

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

Archie Alexander to train Young Rascal

Manion Cup winner Young Rascal will remain in Australia and be trained by Archie Alexander, with OTI Racing securing a 50 per cent interest in...
Gallic Chieftain

Gallic Chieftain in another Sydney Cup bid

The Archie Alexander-trained Gallic Chieftain is set for his second Sydney Cup attempt after finishing sixth in the Group One 3200m race at Randwick a...
Kiwia

Kiwia goes back-to-back in Ballarat Cup

Trainer Archie Alexander has landed his hometown cup with last year's winner Kiwia returning to form in the Ballarat Cup.
Gamay

Gamay Oaks-bound after Ethereal Stakes win

The Archie Alexander-trained Gamay has narrowly beaten Vegas Jewel in the Group Three Ethereal Stakes, an important lead-up race to the VRC Oaks.
Archie Alexander

Gamay to press Oaks claims in Group 3 Ethereal

Lightly raced Ballarat-trained filly Gamay will put her VRC Oaks credentials on the line in the Group Three Ethereal Stakes at Caulfield.
Gallic Chieftain

Gallic Chieftain after revenge in St Leger

A French import trained in Victoria will bid to use Sydney's St Leger Stakes as a possible stepping stone towards the Melbourne Cup.
Archie Alexander

Mirette ready for Caulfield return

Trainer Archie Alexander is looking forward to Mirette's spring campaign and expects a bold showing from the Australasian Oaks runner-up at Caulfield.

Spanner Head in form for Sandown race

Archie Alexander believes last-start winner Spanner Head faces a tougher test at Sandown but is thrilled with the way the mare is going this campaign.

Connery shows his class in Sandown victory

Trainer Archie Alexander will keep pushing Connery up in grade in a bid to keep weight off his back after landing another win at Sandown.

Chieftain ticks the right boxes: Alexander

Archie Alexander says there are a number of factors in Gallic Chieftain's favour ahead of the Chairman's Quality at Randwick.

Saccharo on target for Bendigo Guineas

Trainer Archie Alexander is hopeful Saccharo can give the stable a second-straight Bendigo Guineas when he heads to the 1400m-Listed race.

Alexander facing cobalt investigation

Trainer Archie Alexander is under investigation after one of his horses returned a high cobalt reading after winning a maiden race at Kilmore.

Alexander with Pakenham Cup day hopes

While Archie Alexander is hoping Lord Fandango can bounce back in the Pakenham Cup, the trainer also has chances in some of the support races...

Lord Fandango presses on to Pakenham Cup

Archie Alexander is hoping for firmer footing in the Pakenham Cup for Lord Fandango after the stayer failed in the Ballarat Cup on rain-affected going.

Lord Fandango chasing home track Cup win

Locally trained Lord Fandango will race on a seven-day back-up in the $350,000 Ballarat Cup as he bids to claim his home track Cup.
Lord Fandango wins at Benalla

Alexander confident Lord Fandango will handle short turnaround

BALLARAT trainer Archie Alexander is confident Lord Fandango will handle the short turnaround ahead of Saturday’s Cup meet. The German import – which ran fourth...

Lord Fandango cleared for Zipping Classic

Lord Fandango has recovered from a bout of colic that forced him out of the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington.

Alexander returns to racing at Caulfield

Trainer Archie Alexander has been given the all-clear to resume racing his horses after having his stable placed in quarantine because of a strangles outbreak

Alexander close to a return at Caulfield

Having had his stables quarantined following a strangles outbreak, trainer Archie Alexander nears a racing return after accepting with two horses at Caulfield.

Alexander to gallop horses at Burrumbeet

Trainer Archie Alexander can transport horses from Ballarat to Burrumbeet for gallops while awaiting final clearance after a strangles outbreak.

Strangles shuts Ballarat stable down

Archie Alexander's stable at Ballarat has been closed down after two horses were confirmed to have the infectious condition strangles.

Wee Gilly transferred to Archie Alexander

Stakes-placed New Zealand filly Wee Gilly has been bought by OTI and will do her future racing in Australia under Archie Alexander.