Alan Mathews’ patient approach has paid off when Pearl Trade scored a deserving win in the James Boag’s Premium Handicap (1200m). Mathews has a big opinion of Pearl Trade, but an inability to settle in her races has been a major source of frustration for the Muchea trainer. Mathews admitted his patience has been tested…Details
Trainer Jeff Noske had his last official ride in 2007, but due to a lack of riders has been forced to don the racing silks again at this Saturday’s Kojonup Picnic meeting where he has a book of five rides. Listen to Jeff explain this situation to the team on TABradio.Details
Trainer Chris Gangemi said Eleven Seconds made a top return to racing. Listen to interview on TABradio.
Capel trainer Gary Hitchcock has breathed new life into resurrected galloper Mulga whose comeback to racing gathered momentum at Ascot on Saturday. Mulga gave notice of his potential as a three-year-old when he ran third to multiple black-type winner, Heart Starter, for previous trainer, Bruce Watkins. But after finishing third to Mosseratti at Belmont in…Details
Adam Durrant is confident Kiss The Breeze can launch her return to racing in top order when she tackles the Tabtouch Plate (1100m) at Ascot on Saturday. All eyes will focus on the chestnut filly after she underlined her talent to win the opening race of the two-year-old season at Belmont last September. The daughter…Details
Trainer Tiarnna Robertson discusses her long rehabilition after a serious injury fall and also outlines the imminent return of her star filly Fabergino.
The Simon Miller stables is in red hot form at the moment, bringing up another double at Ascot on Saturday. But the best may be yet to come with Miller set to unleash a talented bunch of 2y0’s at the trials in the next few weeks. Listen to Simon’s interview on TABradio.Details
Adam Durrant’s confidence going into Saturday’s Ascot meeting proved correct with Jackpot Prince and At The Ready both winning well. Listen to what he said about his promising stayers on TABradio.
In form Ascot trainer Simon Miller heaped praise on Oliver’s Travels fighting abilities after the Saxon gelding posted a tough win in the Ascot Autumn Membership Handicap (1500m) at Ascot today. On the quick back up from last Saturday, Oliver’s Travels, ridden by Jarrad Noske, had to pull out all stops to post his second…Details