Johnston-Porter Wins Encouragement Award

Clint Johnston-Porter has won the Western Australian Racing Trainer’s Association’s October Encouragement Award. Johnston-Porter landed his maiden win at just his third ride when he steered home Aloha Miss for host trainer, Adam Durrant. Johnston-Porter, who commenced his apprentice at the Leinster Cup meeting in October, expertly rated Aloha Miss at Ascot The young rider…

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Fitness No Issue For Mr Moet

Leading trainer Adam Durrant says luck and not fitness will be the key to Mr Moet claiming a second Group One victory in the Railway Stakes (1600m) at Ascot on Saturday. Mr Moet hasn’t raced in close to a year but Durrant is a master conditioner of thoroughbreds and will have the seven-year-old finely tuned…

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RWWA Stewards Report: Champion Fillies

 RWWA Stewards today concluded the adjourned Inquiry into the reason for DELICACY (Peter Hall) improving to the inside of SILVERSTREAM (William Pike) shortly after straightening in the above race. Further evidence was taken from Jockeys’ William Pike and Peter Hall and the Trainer of both fillies, Mr Grant Williams. The Stewards patrol vision of the…

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RWWA Stewards Report: Andrew Latassa

 Thoroughbred – Stewards Inquiry – CHILLY RECEPTION (Trainer Mr Andrew Latassa) The RWWA Stewards inquiry into the above matter was adjourned on Tuesday,11 November 2014 to allow Stewards to consider the matter in relation to penalty following Mr Latassa pleading guilty to a charge under ARR.178 with the particulars being that he, as the trainer…

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Honours to Parnham and Jordan In Hall Of Fame

The Western Australian Racing Trainer’s Association congratulates Neville Parnham, Albert Jordan and Dan Morton’s Scenic Blast who were among seven thoroughbred inductees into the Western Australian Racing Industry Hall Of Fame held at the Perth Convention Centre on Saturday. Neville Parnham won the trainer’s premiership a record 13 times and has progressed a long way…

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