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Racing Victoria have extended the 2015 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes nominations for this weekend’s Flemington feature after receiving just 10 early entries for the second Group 1 event of the year.
Connections now have until 10am (AEDT) on Tuesday ...
Global racing powerhouse Darley will sponsor the 2014 edition of the VRC Sprint Classic this November during the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival.
The Darley name will make up part of the race name for this year’s $1 million ...
Best fancied to be crowned Champion Racehorse of the Year, Mick Price’s top rated sprint star Lankan Rupee could be Hong Kong bound at the end of their 2014 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival campaign at the end of the year.
After taking out last Saturday’s Golden Jubilee at Royal Ascot, the Edward Lynam-trained Irish sprinter Slade Power is in the mix for the VRC Sprint Classic 2014 in Melbourne this spring.
Connections of the flying Dutch Art stallion named the $1 million Group 1 VRC Sprint Classic (1200m), formerly the Patinack Farm Classic, as a possible option ...
Connections of English 2013 Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival hope Lethal Force have announced the talented grey must put in a cracking next-up run in France before being confirmed for a trip down under.
The Clive Cox-trained Dark Angel four-year-old entered calculations for the spring sprints following back-to-back wins in Britain this season.
Second-up they broke through at elite level ...
Australia’s first hope of securing Group 1 success at this year’s Royal Ascot Carnival in England failed overnight with Paul Messara’s Al Quoz Sprint winner Ortensia finishing midfield behind upset winner Little Bridge.
Ortensia started favourite in the £350,000 Group 1 King’s Stand Stakes (1000m), the ...
A crack line-up of 16 star sprinters make up the recently released 2012 Lightning Stakes nominations, Black Caviar the headline entry for the country’s sole Group 1 1000m sprint and rated a strong chance of backing up to defend her title in the race after securing the CF Orr Stakes win last Saturday.
Following a swansong Australian race appearance during the autumn in Melbourne, the Peter Snowden-trained star duo Helmet and Sepoy both have a date with the 2012 Dubai World Cup meeting next March as the currently Darley-owned champions exit Oz and enter the international spotlight.
The racing action in Oz may be slowing down for the year, but in Hong Kong the best is yet to come with punters and racing fans around the world eagerly counting down the days until the 2011 Hong Kong International Races light up Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday December 11.
Racing Victoria’s lucrative $600,000 bonus has not been enough to draw Singapore flyer Rocket Man down under for the 2011 Patinack Farm Classic, trainer Patrick Shaw ruling the galloper out of contention for what would have been the sprint showdown of the century with Black Caviar.