PAT’S GOT SASS VALIDATES THE HYPE.

Pat’s Got Sass confirmed the hype and will be given her shot at upcoming feature two-year-old races after a successful debut at Ascot on Wednesday. The David Harrison-trained Patronize filly, ridden by Paul Harvey, won the Heineken 3 Plate (1000m) by 2 ¾ lengths, defeating Queens Gift and Warpipes. Staring a red-hot $1.60 favourite, Pat’s…

Details

NO TRICKS IN GREAT CHARADE’S EMOTIONAL WIN

Trainer Trevor Andrews is certain Great Charade had ‘help from above’ following the gelding’s courageous win in the Tabtouch-Better Your Bet Handicap (1400m) at Ascot on Wednesday. Ridden by Clint Johnston-Porter, Great Charade raced outside of the leader and looked vulnerable in the straight, but he refused to give in and fought on to defeat…

Details

Yuill Claims Top Regional Prize

ockey Kyra Yuill’s spectacular 2019-2020 racing season was recognised when she claimed the AJ (Tood) Buswell South Western Times Sports Star of the Year on Wednesday. Bunbury-based Yuill claimed the top prize from joint runners-up Kara Svenson (Swimming) and Kye Blight (Speedway) who could not be separated in the tight competition. It was the second…

Details

The Trial Report

WATCH: THE TRIAL REPORT | PINJARRA | 8 MARCH 2021 Join @santassnippets and Digby Beacham as they review the highlights out of yesterdays heats at Pinjarra.@OfficialRWWA @TAB_Touch @TABRadio @PerthRacing pic.twitter.com/9nfDhqHD8l — The Races WA (@TheRacesWA) March 9, 2021

Details

MORTON GIVES ELITE STREET THE BIG TICK

Perth trainer Dan Morton hasn’t given up on Elite Street and expects his classy four-year-old to bounce back and produce a strong rebound performance in the Group 1 Newmarket Handicap (1200m) at Flemington on Saturday. First-up in Melbourne and off the back of a Group 1 triumph on his home track at Ascot last November,…

Details