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Singleton’s country move paying dividends

Twelve months ago Scott Singleton made the decision to relocate from his long-time base of Hawkesbury to the Hunter Valley and so far he is reaping the rewards. Searching for a quieter place for his...

Randwick race a stepping stone for Fulmina

A chance to test the waters in an off-season stakes race has been the impetus behind Mark Newnham’s decision to campaign promising mare Fulmina over the summer. A four-time winner from just 11 starts, Fulmina...

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Vungers to bring Country Cups form to town

Trainer Brendon Hearps is enjoying a purple patch of form on the racetrack with his only two horses both last-start winners. But he says the stable’s stellar run cannot compare to the news his family...

Victorian youngsters to test Sydney form

The strength of the Sydney two-year-old ranks will undergo another stern test at Randwick when two youngsters with strong Melbourne formlines take on the locals. Godolphin colt Paulele has opened favourite for Saturday’s Precise Air...

Pfieffer on weather watch with Yamazaki

Trainer David Pfieffer is making sure he has all bases covered as he maps a road to the Gold Coast Magic Millions for stakes placegetter Yamazaki. The mare is scheduled to return in the Heineken...

Flemington racecourse reopening to public

Christmas will come early for Victorian racegoers after the government gave approval for the general public to return to the track. The Victoria Racing Club confirmed it has been given the green light to host...

Whip free racing put on hold in Victoria

Racing Victoria has decided not to pursue whip free racing in the foreseeable future. After an RV board meeting on Tuesday night, the industry body released a statement confirming they would not conduct any ‘whip...

Trainer and horse building towards goals

Matt Dunn is content with his decision to establish a permanent base in Sydney, although he is hoping to expand his metropolitan presence over the coming seasons. The leading Northern Rivers trainer, whose Murwillumbah stables...

Mo’unga Moves On From Waller

A trio of talented Aquis-owned three-year-olds has been moved from the care of Chris Waller to Annabel Neasham. Headlining the names is Mo’unga, who caught the attention of punters with three consecutive wins, including the...

Gold Coast back-up for The Astrologist

In-form galloper The Astrologist won’t be seen in Melbourne again this year with trainer Troy Corstens deciding he will have two runs at the Gold Coast. Corstens had the last-start Pakenham Gold Bullion winner nominated...

Bright future forecast for Astrologer

Juvenile Astrologer has already exceeded expectations and co-trainer Peter Snowden hopes he can continue to surprise them as he marches towards the $2 million Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast. The colt made an...

Capacity Field to Lock Horns in Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic

A capacity field of 14 runners and 5 emergencies has been confirmed for Wednesday’s Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic, as talented juveniles attempt to make the final field for next month’s $2 million Magic Millions...

Sir Dragonet targets rich Sydney race

Ciaron Maher is planning on his Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet becoming the pre-eminent weight-for-age performer in the country at a middle distance. Maher said the style of Sir Dragonet’s Cox Plate win at what...

Maher & Eustace Eyeing 2YO Majors in Autumn

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace operation appear to have the premier two-year-old autumn events in a stranglehold, with budding stars Acrobat and Enthaar dominating early markets. Acrobat, the son of Fastnet Rock and a...

Kisukano on target for return to racing

Record-breaking filly Kisukano has sailed through her first serious trackwork test as she aims for a wildcard entry into the Magic Millions. Trainer Michael Nolan was thrilled with Kisukano’s win in a 650 metre jump...