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Championships Preview

Championships Preview

| April 12, 2014

The Championships have arrived and thoroughbred racing’s ‘Grand Finals’ are set to produce some exhilarating racing. Four Group Ones will be the highlight on the first of two days of The Championships with the main attraction being the The Star Doncaster Mile. Premier trainer Chris Waller will line up an incredible six runners in the […]

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Snitzerland blisters in Lightning

Snitzerland blisters in Lightning

| February 20, 2014

Four-year-old mare Snitzerland showed sustained speed to hold off Shamexpress and Samaready in Saturday’s Black Caviar Lightning (1,000m) at Flemington, the first leg of the Global Sprint Challenge. Snitzerland ($5) has raced at the highest level throughout her career, and trainer Gerald Ryan sent her into the Lightning on the back of a record-breaking trial […]

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Moment Of Change breaks G1 duck

Moment Of Change breaks G1 duck

| February 20, 2014

Black Caviar’s former trainer and rider combined with perennial bridesmaid Moment Of Change to win the Group 1 Orr Stakes at Caulfield. They scored again with A Time For Julia in the Group 3 Bellmaine Stakes. Moody also added the Group 3 Kevin Hayes Stakes with Spirits Dance, with Vlad Duric in the saddle. Moment […]

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Breeding news

Fiorente’s sire good for world breeding

Fiorente’s sire good for world breeding

| November 14, 2013

FIORENTE, the Gai Waterhouse stallion who brought joy to the world when he attoned for his second in last year’s Melbourne Cup when he thundered to victory this year, is by Monsun, a now deceased German champion racehorse who has the opportunity in Europe of becoming a vehicle to strengthen the genetic structure of the […]

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All Too Hard, what a horse!

All Too Hard, what a horse!

| August 18, 2013

CHAMPION 3YO All Too Hard sent out a global warning to his rivals planning to contest the prestigious Group 1 Queen Anne Stakes (1600m) at Royal Ascot on June 18 with a swashbuckling win in the All Aged Stakes (1400m) at Royal Randwick. All Too Hard was chasing his fourth Group 1 win in his […]

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AP Indy double in Kentucky

AP Indy double in Kentucky

| August 18, 2013

THAT you do not have to be an outstanding racehorse to be a top sire has been demonstrated again by the very successful career to date in America of the Spendthrift Farm, Kentucky located A.P. Indy sire Malibu Moon, the source this month of the Kentucky Derby winner Orb. A product of a Group1 winner […]

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International racing

Treve magnificent in Arc

Treve magnificent in Arc

| October 7, 2013

Treve scored a magnificent victory by five lengths in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp racecourse, France. Treve blew away an elite field and now has a chance to go down as one of the best fillies in recent history after winning the Group 1, $6,254,439 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on Sunday […]

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AP Indy double in Kentucky

AP Indy double in Kentucky

| August 18, 2013

THAT you do not have to be an outstanding racehorse to be a top sire has been demonstrated again by the very successful career to date in America of the Spendthrift Farm, Kentucky located A.P. Indy sire Malibu Moon, the source this month of the Kentucky Derby winner Orb. A product of a Group1 winner […]

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Anabaa colt takes French classic

Anabaa colt takes French classic

| August 18, 2013

STYLE VENDOME gave his sire Anabaa Group One success with a narrow victory in the Poule D’Essai Des Poulains (1m) at Longchamp. Style Vendome, trained by Nicholas Clement and ridden by Thierry Thulliez, continued his ascent towards the top of the mile division in France with victory in the 3YO Classic. In a typically close […]

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Special interest stories

Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

| August 18, 2013

The phenomenal increase in the popularity of Twitter as a social media tool has led some to reassess the position of online community forums, the traditional way for users to interact online and publish their opinions to the general audience. As an avid user of both mediums, I believe that rather than overtaking traditional forms of personal blogging, […]

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Overseas campaign for Paximadia

Overseas campaign for Paximadia

| November 18, 2013

PAXIMADIA may have farewelled Australian racing in the best way possible with a fighting victory in the Sandown Guineas (1600m). Trainer Peter Snowden said he would speak to Darley representatives in Dubai in the next couple of days to find out whether he is required to join the Godolphin team. “I’ll know more tomorrow. At […]

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Classic Sertorius

Classic Sertorius

| November 18, 2013

Jamie Edwards, the Geelong trainer of Sertorius, was holding back tears of joy after Sertorius won the last staying race of the spring carnival – the Group Two Zipping Classic at Caulfield. The Trainer suffered three broken vertebrae in the fall in February but he was only looking ahead after the biggest win of his […]

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Boban the brave in Emirates

Boban the brave in Emirates

| November 14, 2013

Boban is a star! CHRIS Waller made this official after Boban’s victory in the Group 1 Emirates Stakes. Boban took out the final Group One race of the Spring Carnival, winning the Emirates Stakes at Flemington, holding off a fast-finishing Smokin’ Joey. The victory was Boban’s fifth successive race win. Trainer Chris Waller was full of […]

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