Racing News

Damien Oliver has been booked to ride Carbine Club Stakes winner Levendi for his upcoming campaign which is scheduled to include the Australian Guineas.

Gamblestown will step up to 1800 metres with trainer Joe Pride to test him over the distance and the quick back-up.

Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell says last-start Group One winner Viddora is spot-on for her next assignment at the Gold Coast.

Ef Troop and Sunlight share favouritism for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic ahead of the barrier draw.

The Queensland Industrial Relations Commission has ordered the retrospective reinstatement of former harness racing chief steward David Farquharson.

Dual Group One winner Tosen Stardom will stand at Woodside Park Stud after he completes his final season on the track.

Tony McEvoy’s carefully thought-out plan for filly Sunlight is working and she is a major player for Saturday’s Magic Millions Classic.

NZ Trainers’ Association president Tony Pike has called for action on unsafe tracks which has resulted in the loss of six meetings.

Apprentice Stephanie Thornton has notched a winning double at Caulfield with victories aboard O’Lonera and Nasdex.

Craig Williams is one of two riders suspended for whip breaches at Caulfield but says he will appeal the six-meeting penalty.

Local trainer Matt Dunn has celebrated six winners on the nine-race card at Murwillumbah.

Three-year-old colt Keen has brought up a winning double at Caulfield for co-trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young after an earlier win by Shenandoah.

Jockey Beau Mertens is nursing a sore knee after a race fall at Caulfield, while the horse Orient Line has had to be humanely euthanised.

Magnesium Rose is the only horse Matthew Lindsay trains and the filly has given the young Caulfield horseman the thrill of a city win on his home track.

Sydney filly Dinnigan is likely to make the Magic Millions Guineas field giving Brisbane-trained Love and Rock It a chance to win Australia’s richest maiden.

Preliminary reports are that jockey Beau Mertens is complaining of a sore knee but he will be thoroughly checked out at hospital after a fall at Caulfield.

Kopi Luwak will make a long-awaited return from a serious tendon injury for just the second start of his career at Moruya.

Kelly Schweida and Matt McGillivray are hoping Mighty Like’s win at the Gold Coast is a good omen for the Magic Millions carnival.

Chris Waller will see his first runner race in New Zealand since he relocated to Sydney when Scream Park targets the new Karaka Million 3YO Classic.

While 24 first-season sires will be represented at the Magic Millions Sales, Queensland interest centres on the results of Spirit Of Boom.

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Shenandoah, ridden by apprentice Zac Spain, has held her rivals at bay to win an 1800m race for fillies and mares at Caulfield.

An unusual set of circumstances has ruled promising Malvern Estate out of the Country Cup at the Gold Coast and he will now tackle a race at Caloundra.

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Jockey Chad Lever has ridden his first winner since returning from a serious fall at Scone in August that left him nursing multiple injuries.

Aqua D’ivina has qualified for the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas at the last opportunity at Randwick, though the filly is no certainty to run on the Gold Coast.

Jason Collett has ridden four winners in Australia for the first time to dominate on Hugh Bowman’s return to Randwick.

Endless Day’s win at the Gold Coast on Saturday has put the Peter and Will Hulbert training partnership in line for their biggest pay day next week.

There should be no shocks when the fields for the Magic Millions Classic and Magic Millions Guineas are declared on Monday.

Declan McDonogh has ridden his first winner at Randwick on Positive Problems after denying Hugh Bowman, who convinced the Irishman to ride in Australia.