DICKSON’S MAMA FLAGS OAKS POTENTIAL.

Trainer Summer Dickson left Belmont Park today (Wednesday) with a spring in her step after promising filly Mama Tembu made the perfect introduction to her racing career. The three-year-old created a big impression on debut when she charged home from near last position at the turn to take out the Morley Growers Market Maiden (1200m).…

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STEWART OOZES MAGIC MILLIONS CONFIDENCE

Trainer Russell Stewart oozes confidence with his top gelding Street Parade going into the Magic Millions WA 2YO Classic (1200m) at Pinjarra on Saturday. A $40,000 Magic Millions Perth yearling, Street Parade made an outstanding winning debut last November before Stewart tipped him out for a break. Hoping to follow in the footsteps of his…

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NO TRIX FOR WEBSTER IN DERBY BID

Experienced trainer Colin Webster has backed a WA Derby (2400m) campaign for Trix Of The Trade after the promising son of Trade Fair maintained top form at Pinjarra on Sunday. Posting his fifth win from six starts and second straight this time in, Trix Of The Trade gave further notice of his ability when he…

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WA RACING UPDATE – COVID-19

The WA Government has recently issued new Directions, which are legally binding and provide further clarity regarding the public health measures required for the racing industry from 31 January 2022. As previously stated, these public health measures take precedence over RWWA’s new local rule of racing for vaccination, which comes into effect on 5 February…

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WAGG’S PERFECT AUSTRALIA DAY

A perfect morning complimented by the perfect afternoon. Trainer Paula Wagg could not have scripted a better Australia Day if she tried. Wagg was recognised on Wednesday with an Order Of Australia medal in the Australia Day honour’s list for service to the racing industry. A trailblazer, Wagg became the first female jockey in Western…

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