Wink And A Nod Proves Her Class

If rivals were going to get the upper hand over Wink And A Nod and inflict defeat on the Justin Warwick-trained mare then they were going to be presented with their best opportunity in the Farnley Stakes (1400m) at Belmont on Saturday. The daughter of McFlirt was meeting a similar line-up to what she faced…

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RWWA Media Release: Vaughn Sigley

Thoroughbred – Continuation of Stewards’ Inquiry – Trainer Vaughan Sigley RWWA Stewards today resumed the adjourned inquiry into a report received from RWWA Principal Investigator, Mr P O’Reilly regarding the condition of three (3) thoroughbred racehorses namely FORYOUANDME, POWERNETTO and GOD ALMIGHTY which were all located at an agistment property under the control of Trainer…

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Kronfeld Leads Local Coolgardie Hopes

Merv Dellar says he feels more optimistic going into Sunday’s Hahn Electrical-Coolgardie Cup (1760m) than 12-months ago. Dellar conceded he was hopeful rather than confident when he rolled the dice and gave Kronfeld a shot at last year’s Coolgardie Cup. The son of Murtajill was on a hot winning streak of four straight races but…

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Henderson Gears Up For Carnarvon Cup

Jacqueline Henderson continues to be surprised at the resilience of Me Hungi who ran a slashing second to stable mate, This Cat Rocks, in the Peter Evans Memorial Handicap (1700m) at Carnarvon on Friday. Henderson is delighted the former Victorian galloper is back racing competively, let alone being hailed as one of the major chances…

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A Shining Light For James Cummings

James Cummings was overcome with raw emotion after training his first winner under his own name at Canterbury on Wednesday when Nazir saluted in the TAB Rewards Benchmark 68 Handicap (1580m). James Cummings begins his solo training career in stunning fashion. Photo: Paul Joice Bart Cummings, grandfather to James Cummings, passed away early on Sunday…

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Young Guns Honoured In WA Apprentice Awards

Lucy Warwick capped an outstanding 12-months of riding by claiming two of the major awards at the 2014/15 Racing and Wagering Western Australia (RWWA) Apprentice Jockey Awards held in Perth on Monday night. The talented young rider, acknowledged by a strong audience of industry, government and media representatives on the first floor at Ascot racecourse,…

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Durrant’s Forgotten Horse

There is arguably no better named horse than The Forgotten One. The Blackfriars gelding is a member of Adam Durrant’s elite team but for a year he went unnoticed. In a sense of irony The Forgotten One can become ‘The Remembered One’ if successful in a Pinjarra maiden on Wednesday. Durrant, who has a vast…

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