Inglis Millennium and Inglis Sprint rescheduled

The $2 million Inglis Millennium meeting scheduled for Warwick Farm has been postponed because of heavy rain with more forecast. Racing NSW stewards conducted an inspection of the surface on Saturday and found two sections near the 1200 metres and 1400 metres unsuitable for racing. Two of the feature races – the $2 million Inglis […]

Bellmaine Stakes return for Fidelia

While ambitious plans with Fidelia did not work out in the spring, that will not deter her trainer from raising the bar in the autumn. Fidelia returns to racing at Caulfield on Saturday in the Group Three Bellmaine Stakes at Caulfield and while 1200m may be short of the mare’s best distance, Robbie Griffiths is […]

Everest winner set for the Lightning Stakes at Flemington

Star sprinter Redzel has shown his opposition a clean pair of heels in a barrier trial at Randwick ahead of his next Group One mission. As is now the custom, Redzel wore blinkers in the second trial of his preparation and was asked to do more than in his first. The dual Everest winner will […]

Larimer Street draws inside barrier in Inglis Millennium field

Some good luck has finally fallen the way of Larimer Street in the $2 million Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm with the two-year-old drawing the inside gate. After a delayed trip from Sydney, the Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained colt had his final gallop for Saturday’s 1100m Inglis Millennium on a heavy track at Warwick […]

Bold Star raising the bar in Rubiton Stakes 2020

Adelaide trainer Gordon Richards is raising the bar again with progressive sprinter Bold Star who could earn a crack at the Group One Oakleigh Plate if he steps up in the Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield. Bold Star has done all of his racing in Melbourne during his current campaign, notching three wins and a second […]

Golden Eagle winner to target Futurity Stakes and All-Star Mile

Epsom Handicap and Golden Eagle winner Kolding is sitting pretty among the top 10 in voting for the $5 million All-Star Mile and trainer Chris Waller hopes he can pick up another Group One win on the way to the rich race. Kolding, who resumed from a spell with a closing fourth in the Group […]

Hey Doc on target for CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield

Tony McEvoy is looking forward to seeing Hey Doc step out to 1400 metres in the C F Orr Stakes as the multiple Group One-winning gelding bids to overcome a Caulfield hoodoo. Hey Doc competes over the distance in Saturday’s CF Orr Stakes for the first time since finishing fourth in the Group One Memsie […]

Cellsabeel heads Inglis Millennium odds

Golden Slipper favourite Cellsabeel heads 25 entries for the $2 million Inglis Millennium at Warwick Farm. Trainer Ciaron Maher has indicated the filly will take her place in the 1100m-race despite the prize money for the sale-restricted race not counting towards a Slipper start. The filly is the $6 favourite for the $3.5 million Golden […]

Time To Reign likely to run line up in the Rubiton Stakes

Time To Reign will return to Melbourne for the Rubiton Stakes at Caulfield after a less than happy experience at Flemington. Trainer Gary Portelli has also entered him for the Eskimo Prince Stakes at Warwick Farm but said although the colt liked rain-affected tracks, Sydney might be too wet. The colt will be ridden by […]

Sartorial Splendor to resume in Rubiton Stakes 2020

John Sadler says a lack of suitable options for lightly raced sprinter Sartorial Splendor means the colt will kick off his campaign in a Group Two race after missing a run at Caulfield. Sartorial Splendor was scratched from Saturday’s W J Adams Handicap because of a wide draw and will start in the Rubiton Stakes […]