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Freedmans land maiden Group One win

Richard and Michael Freedman have celebrated their first Group One win as a training partnership with Forbidden Love’s emphatic Surround Stakes victory. The milestone has continued the brothers’ outstanding start to the autumn with Stay...

Mugatoo’s owners sweat on Mile wildcard

Connections of Mugatoo remain intent on gaining a start in the All-Star Mile and have bypassed the Chipping Norton Stakes to concentrate on the Melbourne feature. The Australian Bloodstock galloper narrowly missed out on securing...

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Tagaloa set to replicate on-speed tactics

Trent Busuttin believes they may have stumbled on the style of galloper Tagaloa really is after his return to form in the C S Hayes Stakes. On that occasion, Tagaloa used his speed from the...

Marquand to test Captivant’s Slipper hopes

Team Snowden is preparing to take the shackles off its leading Golden Slipper candidate with Captivant to launch his autumn in the Skyline Stakes at Randwick. Visiting Englishman Tom Marquand, who will emerge from quarantine...

Lindsay Park keeping the faith in Aysar

Tom Dabernig doesn’t have to be told that Aysar has made a habit of running second. But the Lindsay Park head trainer is keeping the faith when it comes to the three-year-old’s next start in...

Kiwi mare is more than a Probabeel star

Outstanding Kiwi mare Probabeel has rocketed to equal favouritism for the All-Star Mile with a resounding victory in the Futurity Stakes. Probabeel swept down the middle of the track and proved too good for another...

Sam Freedman claims first Group One

The Freedman stable was to the fore for the second time in three years in the Blue Diamond Stakes when Artorius stormed home to win. As was the case in 2019 with Lyre, their Blue...

Queen and Sky share Oakleigh Plate honours

It was a tale of two victors as Perth raider Celebrity Queen and unheralded three-year-old Portland Sky dead-heated for first in a desperate drive to the line in the Group One Oakleigh Plate. Close finishes...

Diamond a logical step for General Beau

In-form colt General Beau will line up in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes after his owner David Moodie decided to pay the late entry fee. The youngster was not nominated for Melbourne’s richest two-year-old...

‘Tags’ back and Australian Guineas-bound

Group One Blue Diamond Stakes hero Tagaloa has recorded his first win since that race with an emphatic victory in the C S Hayes Stakes. Co-trainer Natalie Young was relieved to see Tagaloa return to...

Nature Strip back to best with dynamic win

Star jockey Jamie Kah proved the key to coaxing the best out of the enigmatic Nature Strip when she combined with the superstar sprinter to win the Black Caviar Lightning. The race proved to be...

Godolphin aim high with emerging Colette

The $4 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes is the jewel in the crown of The Championships races and the likely target for Colette after her stunning return at Randwick. The mare had never won below 1500...

Trial tune-up for flying sprinter Eduardo

Joe Pride loved what he saw from Eduardo during the sprinter’s initial preparation in his care, but he is even more enamoured with him this time around. The gelding arrived on Pride’s doorstep as a...

Russian Camelot on track for All-Star bid

Star galloper Russian Camelot has demonstrated he is on track for next month’s All-Star Mile with an encouraging trial at Werribee. Trainer Danny O’Brien said both he and jockey Damien Oliver were pleased with the...

Fabergino camp stick to Flemington formula

Tiarnna Robertson is hoping her winning formula for flying Perth mare Fabergino works again when she lines up for her toughest test in the Black Caviar Lightning. Robertson has followed the same recipe in the...