The Inevitable could target The Golden Eagle

Tasmanian trainer Scott Brunton admitted he had concerns over the condition of The Inevitable ahead of his victory at The Valley. Travelling overnight on Thursday via ferry from Devonport to Melbourne, Brunton explained The Inevitable had lost weight and was in a cranky mood on-course on Saturday. After a slow beginning and then circling the […]

Kentucky Breeze to target the Caulfield Cup

Slow learner Kentucky Breeze will be given the chance at qualifying for a start in the Caulfield Cup after recording an easy win at The Valley. Victory in Saturday’s Powerflo Solutions Handicap was Kentucky Breeze’s second in succession at the home of the Cox Platewith trainer Levi Kavanagh planning a return trip later in the month. […]

Yao Dash on track for Golden Rose

Three-year-old Yao Dash has given training partners Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott plenty to think about after making it two wins from as many starts against a quality field at Randwick. Starting the $3.30 favourite, Yao Dash was coming off a dominant maiden win at Canterbury in slick time and made the running in Saturday’s […]

2019 Victoria Derby the aim for Power Scheme

Stakes winner Power Scheme has kicked off his Victoria Derby campaign on a winning note at The Valley in his first start since being gelded. Beginning his spring campaign over 1500m in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Odds BoostExotics Handicap, last season’s Listed Fernhill Handicap winner settled midfield under jockey Mark Zahra before edging past stablemate Conqueror early in […]

Osborne Bulls nearing return

Godolphin has yet to name its Everest contender but last year’s surprise placegetter Osborne Bulls has shown he is ready to put his credentials to the test. Osborne Bulls and stablemate Home Of The Brave worked together between races at Randwick on Saturday, pleasing trainer James Cummings. Both could resume in The Shorts on September 21with […]

Prince Of Arran headed to the Melbourne Cup

Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran has rounded out his European preparation for a second tilt at the race with a Group Three third at Kempton. Trained by Charlie Fellowes, Prince Of Arran finished 1-3/4 lengths behind the winner Royal Line after being held up midway through the September Stakes (2400m). Prince Of Arran finished […]

Technology Improves Golf Accessories for Golfers

Day by day new inventions and innovations in technology certainly improves games and its player’s performance. These new technical advantages make the games more powerful and with extra ordinary presentation in games. In golf also it is true and golf players also like these new technical innovations to improve their performance. These newer technology makes […]

Super Seth on track for Caulfield Guineas

The Caulfield Guineas Prelude could be the race that shapes the spring campaign of Super Seth who returned with an impressive win at Caulfield. Trainer Anthony Freedman said Super Seth would be aimed at either the Caulfield Guineas (1600m)or freshened for the Coolmore Stud Stakes (1200m)depending on his performance over 1400m in the Guineas Prelude on September […]

Super Titus stamps himself on Melbourne Cup

With his first Australian win now on the board, the next job for promising import Super Titus will be to try to qualify for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups. Having his third Australian start and second of his current preparation, in Saturday’s Heatherlie Stakes at Caulfield, Super Titus defied a wide run throughout to win […]

Caulfield Cup,Melbourne Cup horses bought by Lindsay Park

Lindsay Park has added to its spring arsenal with the acquisition of two horses from the stable of Irish trainer Aidan O’Brien. Senior trainer David Hayes recently spent time in Europe looking at horses and secured Cape Of Good Hope, who is entered for the Cox Plate, Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup, and Constantinople who holds a Melbourne Cup […]