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Gollan Confident in Doomben 10,000 Boom

Gollan Confident in Doomben 10,000 Boom

A solid piece of trackwork on Tuesday morning has Brisbane horseman Tony Gollan confident his veteran sprinter Temple Of Boom can return to form with a big effort in Saturday’s 2015 Doomben 10,000. Twelve months ago the Piccolo gelding ran a devastatingly close second behind his stablemate and half-brother Spirit Of Boom in the $750,000…

Bewhatyouwannabe Tops 2015 Lord Mayor’s Cup Nominations

Bewhatyouwannabe Tops 2015 Lord Mayor’s Cup Nominations

Robert Heathcote’s last start winner at the track Bewhatyouwannabe is one of the headline early entries for the Lord Mayor’s Cup 2015 at Doomben Racecourse on Doomben 10,000 Day this Saturday. One of nine races on the card for the latest Group 1 Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival meeting, this year’s $125,000 Group 3 Programmed Property…

2015 Victory Stakes Field Features Gollan Trio

2015 Victory Stakes Field Features Gollan Trio

Last year’s winning trainer Tony Gollan is back seeking successive wins in Saturday’s Victory Stakes 2015 with his defending champion Temple Of Boom joined by two other stablemates in the early Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival feature. Held this year at the Gold Coast Racecourse as one of two headline showdowns on AD Hollindale Stakes Day,…

2015 Victory Stakes Nominations Feature Temple Of Boom

2015 Victory Stakes Nominations Feature Temple Of Boom

Defending champion Temple Of Boom is one of the headline entries among the Victory Stakes 2015 nominations taken for the feature sprint at the Gold Coast Racecourse this weekend. Tony Gollan’s Brisbane-based gelding features among a star-studded list of early entries for Saturday’s $200,000 Group 2 Smeg Victory Stakes (1200m), nominations for which have been…

Fast Pace of 2014 Railway Stakes will Benefit Alma’s Fury

Fast Pace of 2014 Railway Stakes will Benefit Alma’s Fury

Seven-year-old Alma’s Fury faces a tough task in the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday after drawing barrier 18 for the $1 million feature race. The gelding will come into gate 14 following the removal of the four emergencies but that still means he’ll be jumping with the third-widest berth, inside of…

Updated Railway Stakes 2014 Odds

Updated Railway Stakes 2014 Odds

Bookmakers around the country have updated their 2014 Railway Stakes odds following the final field release on Monday afternoon with the Mick Burles-trained The Cleaner retaining favouritism to break his Group 1 maiden status. The Tasmanian-trained Savoire Vivre gelding is into $4 through to win the $1 million Group 1 Carlton Draught Railway Stakes (1600m)…

Temple Of Boom Ruled Out of 2014 Winterbottom Stakes

Temple Of Boom Ruled Out of 2014 Winterbottom Stakes

The Tony Gollan-trained Temple Of Boom, who enjoyed success during the Brisbane Winter Carnival with back-to-back runner-up finishes in the Group 1 Doomben 10,000 (1350m) and Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap (1400m), has been ruled out of the Perth Summer Racing Carnival due to a leg injury. The eight-year-old gelding was set to contest the Group…

2014 Railway Stakes Weights Released – Non-Acceptor Allocated 59kg

2014 Railway Stakes Weights Released – Non-Acceptor Allocated 59kg

The Peter Moody-trained Moment Of Change has been allocated the 59kg top weight for the Railway Stakes 2014 but will miss the race for a shot at Winterbottom Stakes atonement at the same meeting instead. Full handicaps were released today for Saturday week’s $1 million Group 1 Carlton Draught Railway Stakes (1600m) running at Ascot…

The Cleaner Leads Railway Stakes Odds 2014

The Cleaner Leads Railway Stakes Odds 2014

Mick Burles’ cult Tasmanian galloper The Cleaner may have missed out on a Group 1 in Melbourne this spring but he’s the top fancy in the 2014 Railway Stakes odds to get an elite level under his belt in Perth before the season’s end. The Savoire Vivre seven-year-old was in flying form earlier this campaign…

Hucklebuck Takes Out 2014 Yellowglen Stakes

Hucklebuck Takes Out 2014 Yellowglen Stakes

Classy pre-post favourite Hucklebuck has justified his resounding support from punters at Flemington this afternoon, displaying a keen turn of foot in the final straight to take out the Group 3 Yellowglen Stakes (1400m) with relative ease. Jumping from the gates well, the Elvstroem gelding settled in prime position on the heels of early leaders…