Durrant Gives Son Of Something The Edge

Adam Durrant will get a good guide on future plans for his talented five-year-old, Son Of Something, when he tackles the Piper-Heidsieck Handicap (2000m) at Belmont Durrant has targeted the Kalgoorlie Cup in September and feature staying races at the upcoming Ascot summer carnival after the gelding’s promising campaign last year. The son of Blackfriars…

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Glamour Apprentice Caps Career Milestone

Gun young riding talent Lucy Warwick capped another career milestone when she set Belmont Park alight on Wednesday. After guiding Miss Galena Warwick out rode her apprentice claim on Battle Ace before landing a memorable treble aboard Fred Kersley’s Bjorn To Love. Fittingly, Warwick’s well executed rides on stable mates Miss Gelena and Battle Ace,…

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Continuation of Stewards’ Inquiry – Trainer Vaughan Sigley

RWWA Stewards today continued 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 Vaughan Sigley situated at Lot 3 Old Mandurah Road, Ravenswood…

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Locke’s Belmont Cash

Bunbury trainer Holly Locke is placing her trust in Peter Knuckey to compensate Assets ‘N’ Cash’s awkward draw in the Perth Ice Works Handicap (1650m) at Belmont Park. Locke was reconsidering her options after the Numerous Times gelding drew the outside gate in the field of 14, but was swayed by Knuckey to push ahead…

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Rodier Targets Carnarvon Cup

Former Perth galloper Wayside stamped his class when he won the Carnarvon Growers Association Cup (1400m) on Friday, landing his first win under the care of trainer, Geoff Rodier. The four-year-old Choisir gelding looks a real find for Rodier, having run third to Peck in the Listed Detonator Stakes (1800m) at Ascot last February. Having…

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Moore Out With Injury

British bookmakers have suspended betting on who will be champion jockey in Great Britain in 2015 until learning the results of x-rays on Ryan Moore’s injured neck. The three-time champion walked away from a barrier accident at Newmarket on Thursday before being taken to hospital in Cambridge complaining of a sore neck. Moore had an…

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