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30
Jan

Pinjarra Classic Next For Neurological

Ascot trainer Martin Allan is setting Neurological for the Pinjarra Classic (1300m) after the chestnut gelding continued his outstanding form at Geraldton on Tuesday. The son of Gingerbread Man proved too good for his rivals in the Batavia Sprint (1300m) when he sprinted clear in the straight to score by an easy 1 ¾ lengths. …

30
Jan

Material Man On Song For Melbourne

Multiple Group race winner Material Man has tuned up for his Melbourne campaign with an impressive trial at Lark Hill yesterday. Material Man won by a length to three-year-old Chix Pic in a 955m trial in the quickest time for the morning. The Vital Equine gelding will launch his Victorian autumn campaign in the first …

30
Jan

History Of The Scenic Blast Stakes

Saturday’s Listed Scenic Blast Stakes (1200M) at Ascot is named in honour of one of Australia’s best sprinters. The Scenic gelding amassed eight wins, eight seconds and four thirds from 31 career starts with stake earnings of $2 122, 046. Scenic Blast debuted at Ascot in 2007 and succeeded at his very first start with …

29
Jan

Stud Tour Itinerary

Serpentine Area Tuesday 29/01/2019 8.00 am Leave Ascot Race Course Members Carpark  Length of stay Bus – 40 mins   8.45 – 9.15 Toreby Park (Willowdale Yearlings)  30 mins Bus – 10 mins   9.30 -10.00 am Quanah Park  30 mins Bus – 5 mins 10.10 – 11.10am Darling View  60 mins Bus – 15min …

25
Jan

Miss West Coast To Shine Says Andrews

Trainer Trevor Andrews is confident his talented filly Miss West Coast can justify hot favouritism and continue her march towards rich juvenile races at Ascot on Saturday. Andrews says Miss West Coast had improved since her maiden victory three weeks ago and expects another strong showing in the David Gray’s Aglink Plate (1100m). “I have …

24
Jan

Restructure of Kalgoorlie Thoroughbred Racing Season

Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA), in conjunction with the Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club (KBRC), has today announced a restructure of race dates at Kalgoorlie Racecourse for the 2019 season. The average field size at Kalgoorlie has dropped by 10% in the last two-years to only 8.7 in the 2018 season, placing it significantly behind other …

24
Jan

Star WA 3YO Receives International Recognition

Boom Western Australian three-year-old Arcadia Queen received international recognition last night when the 2018 Longine’s World’s Best Racehorse Rankings were released in London. The Pierro filly, prepared by husband and wife training partnership Grant and Alana Williams, was listed with an international rating of 116 for her ultra-impressive win in the Group 1 Kingston Town Classic …

24
Jan

Neurological Honoring Father’s Memory

Ascot trainer Martin Allan gets added satisfaction when Neurological is successful at the races. And in the past five months that contentment has become common place. Neurological is building an imposing win-loss record with five wins from his past six starts. A fifth placing at York last November the only blemish in an otherwise flawless …

22
Jan

Samizdat On Track For Magic Millions Return After Top Trial

Quality gelding Samizdat is primed to create an impact when he makes his much-anticipated return to racing if an impressive trial win at Belmont on Monday is any guide. At his first public outing since recording an outstanding win on debut at Belmont in July, Samizdat cruised to the line untouched for jockey Jarrad Noske. …

22
Jan

Material Man Gains All Star Mile Support

Western Australian racing fans have rallied behind star local galloper Material Man and his bid to contest the $5 million The All Star-Mile at Flemington on March 16. With close to 30,000 votes lodged after the first full day (Monday) of voting to find the first 10 of the 14 runners to contest the inaugural …

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