Tiarnna Robertson Issues Warning To Rivals

Trainer Tiarnna Robertson has thrown down the gauntlet to her rivals in the Group 3 Northam Mazda Stakes (1100m) at Ascot on Saturday. Robertson says if tactics are employed to take on Fabergino and disrupt her dominant front-running style of racing, they could come unstuck. Noted speedster Mervyn is expected to take on Fabergino for…

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Tuscan Queen’s Racing Career In Jeopardy

Glamour filly Tuscan Queen’s racing career could be over due to a major tendon injury. It’s a major blow for owner-breeders Bob and Sandra Peters and co-trainers Grant and Alana Williams after the talented three-year-old’s dominant autumn campaign in Perth. A winner of the Champion Fillies Stakes (1600m) last November, the daughter of Fastnet Rock…

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Teagan Klun’s Significant Win

In racing any win is special, but there are some races that hold more significance than others. For comeback trainer, Teagan Klun, Slick Unit’s Kalgoorlie victory was as sweet as they come. In an exciting conclusion to the 1200m maiden on Good Friday, Slick Unit led all the way and bravely held out the strong…

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Elliot Foxing For Classic Win

Fancy Fox is at double figure odds to win the Sheila Gwynne Classic (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday, but trainer Robin Elliot believes the eight-year-old is not out of the Listed race contest. Elliot has opted to give Fancy Fox a third chance of winning the Sheila Gwynne Classic and bases her assessment on the…

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A Dream For Hammarquist

A dream of winning his home town Geraldton Gold Cup had a fairy tale ending for Walkaway trainer Graeme Hammarquist after Freez’emoff stormed home to claim victory in the $100,000 feature on Sunday. “This is my first Geraldton Cup and I’m over the moon,” Hammarquist told The Races WA. “I reckon it would be as…

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Wolfe’s Plans For Star Duo

Inspired by the autumn performances of Watch Me Dance and Red Can Man, veteran Albany trainer Steve Wolfe can now set his sights on targeting the big stage at Ascot later in the year. Watch Me Dance confirmed her standing as Perth’ leading two-year-old with victory in the WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m), nailing a…

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McGruddy Cautious On Sires Favourite

Shaun McGruddy is on course to extend his winning record in the Amelia Park WA Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday, but he believes Watch Me Dance is not unbeatable. Watch Me Dance, who has recorded two wins including a breathtaking last-to-first victory on debut at Bunbury in January, is one of Perth’s…

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WA RACING UPDATE: April 17

Blue Team’ Jockeys Trackwork Protocols As the current restrictions pertaining to the continuation of racing are likely to continue for an extended period of time, effective from Tuesday 21 April 2020 jockeys in the ‘Blue Team’ will be provided access to participate in limited track work under strict bio-security measures, to enable them to maintain…

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