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Steparty steps up in Guineas Prelude

Taking on a field of promising colts, Steparty (Artie Schiller) stretched his unbeaten run to five, prevailing in a thrilling blanket finish to yesterday’s Caulfield Guineas Prelude (Gr 3, 1400m).  The Paul Preusker-trained three-year-old was ridden patiently by John Allen, who trusted his mount’s ability to turn widest and streak through on the outside and,... Read More

Magic Militarize

Son of Dundeel swoops on Golden Rose in the hands of Joao Moreira Racing can be all about timing. And in brilliant colt Militarize (Dundeel) and ‘Magic Man’ rider Joao Moreira, their timing is nothing short of impeccable.  The pair, partnering yesterday for the Golden Rose (Gr 1, 1400m), Sydney’s pre-eminent spring three-year-old contest, soared... Read More

Mills hopes filly proves a Charm in historic Golden Rose bid

The progressive Charm Stone out to become first filly since 2008 to claim time-honoured Group 1 at Rosehill Million-dollar Melbourne filly Charm Stone (I Am Invincible) has matured into “the ultimate professional” and stands a very strong chance of spoiling the stallion-making party as the lone female in today’s Golden Rose Stakes (Gr 1, 1400m),... Read More

Quokka cowboys take slot in The Everest

Western Australians team up with ATC, Baker and Overpass for shot at $20 million contest A group of hard-partying Western Australian cowboys and their big, black hats are coming to Royal Randwick. The parochial RAM Racing syndicate last April conquered Perth’s inaugural slot race, the $4 million Quokka (1200m), with Sydney sprinter Overpass (Vancouver) and... Read More

Clements to bow out of Singapore racing after a quarter of a century

Premier trainer to quit Kranji 12 months ahead of industry’s government-ordered closure Champion Singapore trainer Michael Clements will close his Kranji stable at the end of September, bringing a premature end to the expatriate Zimbabewean’s 25-year involvement in Singapore racing. The trainer, who has been a pivotal figurehead of the Association of Racehorse Trainers since... Read More

Blue Point makes immediate impression with two trial winners

Waterhouse and Bott have a day out at Sydney session with seven juvenile scorers Darley’s northern hemisphere first season sire sensation Blue Point (Shamardal) made an immediate impact on yesterday’s official Sydney two-year-old barrier trial session, siring two winners including probable Breeders’ Plate (Gr 3, 1000m) favourite Scampi. The 12 heats also unearthed a potential... Read More