Lazy Endanger to target the Carbine Club Stakes at Flemington

Sam Freedman described Endanger as a horse on the way up after his tough victory in the Listed Gothic Stakes at Caulfield. Freedman said Endanger would now follow a traditional path for the winner of Saturday’s race and target the Carbine Club Stakes at Flemington on October 31 and the Sandown Guineas a fortnight later. […]

Classique Legend chasing massive payday in The Everest

Five years ago, Les Bridge was wandering around the Inglis sales when he bumped into long-time friend Carmel Size. Size was hunting for a yearling on behalf of her boss, Hong Kong-based businessman Bon Ho, and had been captivated by a steely grey son of Not A Single Doubt. Market 💰: View the Odds for […]

Redouble ready to go ahead of The Kosciuszko

It took a long-range plan to come to fruition for Albury-based trainer Mitchell Beer to get a Kosciuszko runner and he couldn’t be happier with how Redouble has prepared for the $1.3 million race. Since moving to Albury from Victoria, Beer has had three main goals in mind – to win a Highway Handicap, compete […]

Vet examination required for It’s Me ahead of The Kosciuszko

It’s Me, the short-priced favourite for the $1.3 million The Kosciuszko, will need to pass a veterinary examination before she is cleared to take her place. Trainer Brett Cavanough advised Racing NSW stewards the mare was scoped on Wednesday afternoon after developing a cough following a swim in the equine pool. The endoscopic test showed […]

The Kosciuszko owners preparing for a big payday

With $1.3 million in prize money on offer for the Kosciuszko, it’s not just the lucky sweepstake winners who are preparing for a big payday. Andrew Clout, a member of the A S C T racing syndicate which own 10 per cent in the Cody Morgan-trained Anethole, says it is just as exciting for the […]

Chris Waller confident ahead of The Everest 2020

Chris Waller’s Nature Strip and Haut Brion Her have had their final hitouts for The Everest as dawn broke at Rosehill Gardens. Nature Strip’s jockey James McDonald believes the horse is right near his peak for the $15 million Everest and he doesn’t mind the fact he has drifted in the betting. Market 💰: View […]

Wild Ruler presses claims for spot in The Everest field

The door has been left ajar for Wild Ruler to take the final spot in The Everest after he outclassed his Roman Consul Stakes opponents at Randwick. Chris Waller Racing remains the only slot holder yet to lock in a runner for next weekend’s $15 million The Everest. Wild Ruler put his hand up as […]

James Cummings confident Cascadian can win the Toorak Handicap

Godolphin and James Cummings will be represented by Cascadian in the Toorak Handicap and the trainer is confident the horse is ready to win. Cummings said Cascadian didn’t have any luck in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes where he finished eleventh and went to the line untested after being held up for a run for […]

Thermosphere ready for Thousand Guineas at Caulfield

James Cummings regards Thermosphere’s win in the Edward Manifold Stakes as a confidence-booster for the filly going into the Thousand Guineas. Cummings said he had little hesitation backing her up a week after her win at Group Two level at Flemington after the way she pulled up. “She has been marching around the stables this […]

Yosemite over the odds in Thousand Guineas

Although Robbie Griffiths’ three-year-old filly Yosemite is the rank outsider in the Thousand Guineas, the trainer doesn’t see it that way. Griffiths is certain Yosemite isn’t out of place in the Group One, 1600 metre Thousand Guineas at Caulfield on Saturday. Market 💰: View the Odds for the Thousand Guineas Griffiths said at her last […]