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22
Sep

Knuckey Wants A Say In Boulder Cup

Jockey Peter Knuckey is in sight of claiming his first Boulder Cup (2111m) victory when he partners No Say In It at Kalgoorlie on Sunday. Knuckey says the six-year-old will improve on his last-start effort over 2200m when in a race devoid of speed, he finished a close second to Spiritual Warrior at Belmont. “That …

21
Sep

Former Jockey Lands Maiden Training Success

Campbell McCallum is on the board as a trainer, celebrating his first win at Belmont on Wednesday. The former jockey prepared Prescience to win the Amelia Park Handicap (2000m) and said it was a major relief. “It’s pretty good and a bit of a relief,” McCallum told Tabradio. “It’s taken us a little while and …

21
Sep

Celebrating Racing Assist

One year ago on R U OK day Racing and Wagering WA launched Racing Assist, a free and confidential program open to licensed racing participants across all three racing codes. One year later, September 2019, RWWA celebrated the anniversary of the program. Racing Assist runs alongside other programs supported by RWWA including the Jockey Assistance …

21
Sep

Pearce Issues Angelic Warning

Co-trainer Dan Pearce has cautioned punters to be wary of a first-up victory for Angelic Ruler when she kicks off her interstate campaign at Caulfield on Saturday. Angelic Ruler, who lines up in the Group 3 How Now Stakes (1200m), is back in Melbourne for a another crack after running top races last February and …

17
Sep

Young Trainer To Seize Opportunity

Young trainer Neville Parker is daring to dream his new acquisition First Among Equals can lead him down the path to big time Ascot carnival races later this year. Parker says he’s excited to have a horse of First Among Equals profile join his stable and is determined to grasp what he hopes will be …

17
Sep

Scales Of Justices’ Campaign Comes To An End

Lindsey Smith will head straight to the paddock with his star gelding Scales Of Justice, ruling out any potential of the seven-year-old returning to Perth for the Ascot carnival. Smith made the decision to spell the dual Group 1 champion after his fifth placing at Flemington on Saturday, saying a hard run in the Group …

17
Sep

Pike’s Power Pick

Champion jockey William Pike has delivered a glowing endorsement of WA Derby winner Regal Power’s trial performance at Lark Hill yesterday. Regal Power finished a close second to former stablemate Perfect Jewel in a 950m trial, the first time he had been seen publically since the epic Group 2 Derby win in April. The four-year-old …

16
Sep

Railway Remains Option For Samizdat

Promising four-year-old Samizdat is still a big chance of contesting the Ascot carnival after he launched his campaign at Lark Hill on Monday, according to Chris Gangemi. An eastern states preparation targeting the Golden Eagle (1500m) in Sydney remains on the cards, but Gangemi hasn’t ruled out the Group 1 Railway Stakes (1600m) on home …

16
Sep

History Making Apprentice Lights Up Belmont

Jade McNaught says she will have no problems keeping her feet grounded after creating WA racing history at Belmont on Saturday. In a stunning  riding display, McNaught became the first apprentice jockey to boot home six winners in a WA metropolitan meeting. McNaught launched her memorable day on Belle Of Liberty and then followed up …

16
Sep

Fox On The Run

Talented mare Friar Fox is in line to return to Melbourne after she made a sparkling return for trainer Justine Erkelens at Belmont on Saturday. Racing first-up since July, Friar Fox settled back and rocketed down the outside to win the Tabtouch-Better Your Bet Handicap (1600) impressively. Ridden by Steven Parnham, Friar Fox, defeated Missile …

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