LAST OF THE LINE TO RISE SAYS MILLER

Trainer Stephen Miller is banking on a middle distance race to help his gelding Last Of The Line return to the winner’s list in Saturday’s Tabtouch Stakes at Ascot. After four starts this preparation, Miller feels Last Of The Line will appreciate going over 2100m for the first time in his career and is prepared…

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KBRC strikes gold with new jockey and stewards’ rooms

The new, state-of-the-art jockey and stewards’ rooms at Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club (KBRC) were officially opened at Tuesday’s ANZAC Day meeting. Backed by an almost $1.2 million Racing and Wagering WA (RWWA) grant, the newly constructed facility has male and female jockey changerooms and a common use jockey lounge area. It also includes a jockey spa…

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Parr Has High Hopes For Quokka

Inaugural Quokka winning jockey Josh Parr is bullish The TABtouch Quokka (1200m) will continue to grow in future editions, following the first edition of the $4 million race at Ascot on Saturday. Parr, who steered the Bjorn Baker-trained Overpass to victory, said the event surpassed his expectations. “I wasn’t too sure leading in just how…

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RIPCORD A KARRAKATTA PLATE HOPE SAYS FERNIE

Luke Fernie, trainer of impressive Perth Stakes winner (1100m) Ripcord, isn’t about to concede the G2 Karrakatta Plate (1200m) to exciting filly, Live To Tell. The Simon Miller-trained Live To Tell is a raging $1.80 Tabtouch Fixed Odds favourite after scoring a staggering Gimcrack Stakes (1100m) victory on Saturday. Live To Tell looked an impossible…

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