Moloney And Mayfield-Smith Inducted Into Australian Racing Hall Of Fame

The Australian Trainers’ Association Federal Executive congratulates Jim Moloney and Brian Mayfield-Smith on their induction into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame. JIM MOLONEY Jim Moloney belongs to a racing dynasty which continues to the present day. Moloney’s father, Jerry, was a prominent Warrnambool trainer who specialised in the training of jumpers. Jim was associated…

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Sam Kavanagh Charged And Suspended

Racing NSW stewards have suspended the licence of Sydney trainer Sam Kavanagh after they issued multiple charges against him relating to cobalt and caffeine positives and alleged race-day treatments. HAPPIER TIMES: Tales Of Grimm (inside) wins the Scone Cup for Sam Kavanagh last Friday. Photo: Steve Hart Stewards used their powers under Australian rule of…

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Coolmore Secures American Pharoah

International breeding giant Coolmore has secured the breeding rights for US Triple Crown contender American Pharoah. The Bob Baffert-trained colt has the first two legs – Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes – in his keeping and will head to Belmont Park for the Belmont Stakes on June 6 where he will attempt to become the…

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Boss To Enter Hall Of Fame

Three Melbourne Cups and a host of major race wins during a brilliant career have propelled jockey Glen Boss into Australian Racing’s Hall of Fame. Boss will be one of 11 inductees to enter racing’s Hall of Fame at a function in Brisbane on Thursday night. Boss was a part of history as the rider…

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From Teaching To Training Debut At Pinjarra

Tracey Diederich is an educator; whether it be teaching physical education at high school or coaching riders at BML Horse Performance. In 30 years of teaching Diederich has demonstrated passion, empathy, patience, encouragement motivation and devotion to her students. It’s those skill sets that Diederich will lean on when she makes the transition from educator…

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Temple To Go One Better In Doomben 10,000

Trainer Tony Gollan will have good news for Michael Rodd when the jockey returns from Singapore to partner Temple Of Boom in Saturday’s Group I Doomben 10,000. Rodd will replace Tegan Harrison aboard the eight-year-old, who was part of history when he finished second to his half-brother Spirit Of Boom in last year’s edition of…

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