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She Brings Joy Another Major Winner For Sebring

Relishing a step up in distance from her last start seventh behind Volpe Veloce (Foxwedge) in the Eight Carat Classic (Gr 2, 1600m) on Boxing Day, She Brings Joy is now on a New Zealand Oaks (Gr 1, 2400m) path and her pedigree on both sides suggests 2400 metres against her own age and sex... Read More

She Will Reign Races To Golden Slipper Favouritism

The filly made her racecourse debut only a week earlier at the provincial Kembla Grange track when she jumped brilliantly and led throughout, drawing clear without effort to win by more than eight lengths, running the 1000 metres in 56.04, just a fraction outside the track record. Just as telling was her sizzling time of... Read More

Japanese Horses Star In Hong Kong

The victory of champion Maurice (Screen Hero), the favourite, in the day’s richest event, the Hong Kong Cup (Gr 1, 2000m), by three lengths in a time of 2:00.95 was suitably impressive and the perfect end to a wonderful racing career in which he won 11 of 18 starts, six of his successes coming in... Read More

Gift Of Power Brings More Glory To The Eight Carat Family

The winning margin was a nose with third placed Melody Belle (Commands) another two and three quarter lengths away in third place in a time of 1:03.64. Gift Of Power is now three-for-three and at her previous start had taken the Wellesley Stakes (Listed, 1000m) but the 1200 metres of the upcoming Karaka Million (RL,... Read More

Takedown Triumphs In Perth’s Winterbottom Stakes

In a driving finish Takedown won by a long head from five-year-old mare Sheidel (Holy Roman Emperor) with Rock Magic (Redoute’s Choice) a half-length away in third place. Time was 1:10.27. Gary Moore, established again as a trainer in Sydney after being champion trainer in Macau, has done a superb job with the 17.0hh Takedown... Read More

Stunning Speed Display Wins Railway Stakes For Scales Of Justice

Given a masterful ride by 13-time champion Hong Kong jockey Douglas Whyte, Scales Of Justice passed the post two and three quarter lengths clear of last year’s Railway Stakes winner Good Project (Not A Single Doubt) with WA-trained mare Perfect Reflection (More Than Ready) only a head further back in third place. Time was 1:36.13... Read More