Disco Delivers For Discorsi

Disco Metal notched the first win for Yarradale Stud sire Discorsi in the Northam Race Club Maiden (1100m) on Thursday. Prepared by Aquanita trainer Simon Miller, the debutante settled back in the field and then scooted along the rails to score by a length from front-runner Leica Hussy and her stablemate Conseated. Disco Metal (3f…

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Grace Hosing Down Kalgoorlie Hype

Hobby trainer Ashley Grace has hosed down the hype surrounding Sass’n’ping and maintains he will take a cautious approach with the former Perth-trained galloper. Sass’n’ping posted his best win in last Sunday’s Diggers & Dealers Sprint (1200m), giving cause for optimism that he could target the Hannans Handicap (1400m) in September. “I usually take a…

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Eyes Don’t Lie For Dellar

A poor performance from Eyes Don’t Lie in last month’s Roebourne Cup (2200m) hasn’t dented the confidence of trainer Peter Dellar. The Tiger Hill gelding was one of the major fancies but struggled to have any impact when ninth of 12 and 11 lengths from Rock Prince. The five-year-old was highly rated by punters and…

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The Tide Turned At Northam

Trainer Dan Morton said the conditions were tailor-made for Little Missy Tide when she got back on the winner’s list at Northam two weeks ago. The Danehill Express mare was much improved when she ran on strongly from fifth position to defeat Popacorka (1400m) by ¾’s of a length. It was a good comeback from…

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Ray Malpass Wins At Port Hedland

Ray Malpass won Port Hedland’s Leading Trainer award for the 2014 season. Malpass enjoyed success with Eye View, Hussleoff, Special Harvest, Final Zed, Fa’em and Back is Black. Former Bunbury Horse of the Year, Fa’em, finished a distant third to Galaxon and Devilish Intent in Monday’s $40,000 Port Hedland Cup (2200m). The leading Jockey title…

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RWWA Update On Pinjarra

Stewards conducted a further inspection of the Pinjarra Park race track earlier today, accompanied by members of the WA Jockeys’ Association and RWWA Curator Assistance Programme Manager. The track surface was found to have improved since the previous inspection on 29 July, however, it was noted that the Bureau of Meteorology is forecasting rainfall of…

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Patronize Clicks With Jestceny

David Harrison didn’t get the best out of Jestceny but he’s making hay with her first two foals Jest Envy Her and Jestpatim. Jest Envy Her (3f Patronize – Jestceny by Real Jester) won the Westspeed Hcp (1000m) at Belmont on Saturday for Harrison and Darling View Thoroughbreds owner Clive Atwell.  She had only been…

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Swag Of Titles For Scenic Lodge

Scenic Lodge champion Blackfriars has claimed the West Australian sires’ premiership for the fourth year in a row. Blackfriars (Danehill) was represented by 61 individual winners for prizemoney of $3,705,215.  His chief earner was G2 Perth Cup winner Black Tycoon with $482,100. Among his other black-type winners were Kerrific (G3 R J Peters Stakes), Prentice…

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