Talented apprentice Molly Bourke ventured back into the country on Monday, combining with Lynda Bundy to win the Merimbula Cup.

Norm Gardner sets big team for Preview Day

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One of the best betting programs on the Canberra racing calendar arrives on Friday in the form of their Preview Day.

Darryl Rolfe eyes another Yass Picnic Cup

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He’s ridden and trained a Yass Picnic Cup winner, and on Saturday, Darryl Rolfe will be out to add another trophy to the cabinet. 

Gorrel ‘feels like a winner’ ahead of $1 million Country Championships final

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If you were at Albury Race Club on Sunday, you could have easily mistaken Doug Gorrel for being the winning trainer of the $150,000 Southern Districts Country Championships qualifier.

Matthew McGuren magic leads to memorable milestone

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A week and a half campdrafting in Tamworth was just what the doctor ordered for Matthew McGuren, who enjoyed a red-letter day at Grafton on Saturday.

Mudgee galloper makes compelling statement at Tamworth

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The Mack Griffith-trained Compelling Truth no doubt made his way into many punters’ black books on Friday after his dominant victory at Tamworth. 

Greig and Ribeiro continue Condobolin dominance

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Dubbo trainer Connie Greig and Sydney-based jockey Leandro Ribeiro have now won eight of the last 12 races held at Condobolin following a treble on Saturday, which included wins in the feature events by Linden Tree and Billy Bent Ear.

Owen family affair at Randwick

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It was an Owen family affair at Royal Randwick on Saturday as Fay’s Angels powered to a dominant victory in Highway Handicap.

Stubbs enjoys red-letter day and Southern District qualifier victory

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It was a red-letter day for Ron Stubbs, who won the Southern Districts Country Championships qualifier and trained a treble at Albury.

Izzy Neale wins on debut at Condobolin

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Saturday’s nearly 12-hour roundtrip from Sydney was worth it for Izzy Neale, who made a winning debut at Condobolin. 

Dunn’s duo star in Northern Rivers qualifier

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Murwillumbah trainer Matthew Dunn has qualified two runners for the $1 million Country Championships final at Royal Randwick on April 6.

Laurel Hill ready to climb Country Championship Mountain at Albury

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Kerry Weir believes his mare Laurel Hill is well over the odds leading into Sunday’s $150,000 Country Championships qualifier at Albury. 

Albury to host Country Championships battle of the south

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The Country Championships battle of the south will be held at Albury on Sunday, and it's set to be a thrilling affair.

Looker chasing Northern Rivers qualifier gold at the end of the Rainbow

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Ben Looker believes he’s on ‘the class runner of the field’ when jumping aboard the Matthew Dunn-trained Rainbow Connection in Saturday’s Northern Rivers Country Championships qualifier. 

Mother-daughter duo targets Randwick Highway

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Once again, the 1800m Class Three Highway Handicap at Royal Randwick is one of the more exciting races on the Sydney program. 

Country Championships kick off in Lismore

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Lismore Turf Club will be the first cab off the rank as the 2024 Country Championships commence on Saturday, February 17. 

Keatings keeps up good form at Goulburn

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On Thursday, apprentice jockey Coriah Keatings continued her excellent form at Goulburn when teaming up with Danielle Seib. 

Michael Wade ready to make amends ahead of riding return

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Michael Wade is close to returning to the saddle, with the amateur jockey locked in to ride at Yass on Saturday, February 24. 

Holly Williams making her mark in Tamworth

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Holly Williams has made an immediate impact in the Hunter-North West, training four winners from just her first 19 starters.

Bathurst win has Mudgee mare primed for Country Champs

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Following her win at Bathurst on Monday, Mudgee mare Life’s A Party is now the horse to beat in next week’s Central Districts qualifier. 

Tough James delivers Teighan Wornsop hometown cup win

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Teighan Worsnop notched one of the more sentimental wins of her career on Saturday when riding Tough James to victory in the Tumut Cup. 

Condobolin ready to welcome return to racing

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After missing out on last year’s race day due to the heat, Condobolin Picnic Race Club will welcome a return to racing on Saturday. 

Rolfe and Boudvillain connection claim Braidwood Cup

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The Rolfe family name is synonymous with the Braidwood Cup, with Cyril, Darryl, and John Rolfe all winning the race at different stages.

Rising star Anna Roper eager to reach bigger goals

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Anna Roper has added her name to a very esteemed list by claiming the 2023/24 Rising Star Series award. 

Izzy Neale locked in for Condobolin debut 

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Another picnic jockey will make their debut on Saturday, with Sydney-based amateur Izzy Neale locked in to ride at Condobolin. 

Bennett breaks drought with Walcha double

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Dylan Bennett put a lean run behind him at Walcha on Saturday, with the apprentice booting home a winning double. 

Rogers scores hometown win at Gilgandra

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Hardworking local jockey James Rogers had a deserved and popular win aboard Dao Sun on Saturday at Gilgandra.

Emma Ly claims Tumut Sprint after bizarre turn of events

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If there are racing gods, they were at Tumut on Saturday and had some fun at the expense of participants and apprentice Emma Ly.

Moruya visitor ready to rocket at Bathurst

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Jamie Stewart is heading to Bathurst on Monday, confident that Super Sprocket can make it win number four in the 1200m Class Four Handicap.

Country Championships contenders converge on Bathurst

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The upcoming Country Championships is the focus at Bathurst on Monday, with trainers looking to get their charges into the Mudgee qualifier later this month.

Clint Lundholm claims third Bedgerabong Cup

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Dubbo trainer and former picnic jockey Clint Lundholm won his third Bedgerabong Picnic Cup on Saturday, with Tupou getting the result.

Dream debut for Eloise Drews at Bedgerabong

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Scone-based amateur jockey Eloise Drews made it a dream debut at Bedgerabong on Saturday when winning the Bedgerabong Bracelet.

Cobi Vitler continues hot run to claim Walcha Cup

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Apprentice jockey Cobi Vitler is enjoying a golden run, with the 24-year-old booting home three winning doubles in seven days. 

Dashing Highway to showcase emerging stars

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Saturday’s 1200m Class Three Highway Handicap is once again the biggest field of any on the day at Royal Randwick, with the original field of 18 starters and six emergencies a credit to country racing.

Eloise Drews to make riding debut at Bedgerabong

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Eloise Drews will call on a good grounding in the sport and a few more than handy mentors when making her riding debut at Bedgerabong.

Pink Panther eyes Braidwood Cup ahead of Darwin expedition

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Joe Cleary hopes Pink Panther can keep up his winning ways in Saturday’s $22,000 Braidwood Cup (1350m). 

Weeding prepares for another Big Day Out at Tumut

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Craig Weeding could be in for another massive day at Tumut on Saturday, with the Wangaratta trainer bringing up to ten chances.

Lyle Chandler’s dashing mare set for Randwick Highway

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Lyle Chandler will unleash Rapbidash in Saturday’s Highway Handicap, and he’s expecting her to rise through the grades.

Denise Osborne’s ‘stunning reject’ eyes Inglis Millennium

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Beer Baron, the horse that couldn’t be sold, could help make it a very rich payday for his breeders and owners in the $2 million Millennium.

Mack Griffith dashing towards Walcha Cup

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The long trip from Mudgee to Walcha hasn’t deterred Mack Griffith, who will race up-and-comer Johnny Dash in Friday’s $45,000 Walcha Cup. 

Widdison runner bang on for Wagga feature

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Craig Widdison believes Banger is ready to fire in Thursday's Rodney Parsons OAM $29,000 Benchmark 82 Handicap (1400m).

Ladbrokes Racing Club land first NSW winner

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Ladbrokes Racing Club landed their first NSW victory on Tuesday, with Know Thyself prevailing at Newcastle.

Vinolass set for highly anticipated return at Warwick Farm

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When Vinolass hit the ground running in late 2022, Canberra trainer Keith Dryden knew he had a good filly on his hands. 

Camp Cove ends winless drought at Dubbo

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It was 62 starts in the making, but the Connie Greig-trained Camp Cove finally broke through for a maiden win at Dubbo on Monday. 

Brodie Loy is loving life and riding winners again

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Brodie Loy has found a new work-life balance, and while riding a bit heavier, he's back to enjoying life in the saddle.

Picnic racing returns at Bedgerabong

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NSW picnic racing returns on Saturday, with Bedgerabong set to kick off an exciting run of 28 meetings throughout NSW. 

Moruya visitor rewarded for Bathurst trip

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Unrewarded for a long trip from the far south coast last week, Moruya trainer Greg Stephens was back in the central west with Cartography on Friday to win the final event at Bathurst.

Mikayla Weir continues winning run in Highways

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Mikayla Weir brought up the 14th metropolitan victory of her career and her third city win since mid-December when riding the Wayne Wilkes-trained Lensman to victory at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday. 

Paul Murray claims emotional Bega Cup victory

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There wasn’t a dry eye in the house as the Paul Murray-trained Winning Point stormed to victory in Sunday’s Bega Cup at the Sapphire Coast. 

All roads lead to Yass for their bumper picnic meeting

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With the NSW picnic racing season kicking off next weekend, the time-honoured Yass Picnic meeting is just around the corner. 

Wauchope galloper drawn to feature in Rosehill Highway

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Saturday’s 1500m Class Three Highway Plate will be a capacity field of 15 runners at Rosehill Gardens, and Thunderbet’s Johnny ‘Highway’ Patton has run his eye over the open field.

Beer hopes cream rises to the top in Bega Cup

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The aptly named Cream Rises will have his mettle tested in Sunday’s $80,000 Bega Cup, with the six-year-old taking on a good country cup field in the $3 million Big Dance qualifying race. 

Colvin’s new star primed for Southern Districts qualifier

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Gary Colvin knows what it takes to win a Country Championships, with Another One finishing runner-up to Art Cadeau in 2021 before triumphing in the rich $500,000 final in 2022. 

Exciting times ahead for Todd Smart

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Todd Smart and his team are entering a very exciting period, with his stable boasting a couple of potential stars and an extensive collection of two-year-olds. 

‘Unknown’ Tamworth trainer eyes Group 3 glory at Rosehill Gardens

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Wayne Brown will be out to win the biggest race of his career on Saturday when Fifteen Rounds contests the Group 3 Southern Cross Stakes at Rosehill.

McCabe set for busy month ahead of Country Championships qualifier

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Bathurst Thoroughbred Racing Club will kick off a busy month on Friday, with the Central Districts racecourse hosting meetings on February 2, 12, and 29.

Teighan Worsnop continues to take her chances

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Teighan Worsnop continues to take advantage of limited opportunities, riding winners at Wagga and Tumbarumba last month. 

Nick Olive’s stable continues to fire

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Nick Olive and his Queanbeyan stable are in the midst of an incredible run, preparing 14 winners from their past 45 starters.

Chambers continues good form with Rising Star Series heat win

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Olivia Chambers continued to make the most of her opportunities at Goulburn on Tuesday when winning the 13th heat of the 2023/24 Rising Star Series. 

Jindabyne galloper awakens for tenth career win

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The Kevin Byrne-trained Force Awakens defied his age and made it career victory number ten at Tumbarumba on Saturday.

Daring Deepwater debut for Siena Grima

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Siena Grima kept up the recent trend of apprentice jockeys winning at their first race meeting when securing a maiden victory at Deepwater. 

Ringside triumphs in Deepwater Cup

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Consistent galloper Ringside was rewarded for his recent efforts with a victory in Saturday’s $17,000 Deepwater Cup. 

Brad Vale and Andrew Dale combine to win Tumbarumba Cup

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Wangaratta trainer Andrew Dale and Berrigan-based jockey Bradley Vale are no strangers to success on the NSW country circuit.

The 12th time’s a charm for Highway veteran Blow Dart

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The old phrase goes that patience is a virtue, and that couldn’t ring any truer at Randwick on Saturday as Blow Dart prevailed in the Highway Handicap. 

Danny Williams lands ‘surprise’ city win with Bandi’s Boy

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Surprises don’t come much better than a Sydney metropolitan victory worth more than $80,000 to the winner.

Mayfield-Smith continues strong season with Coffs Harbour double

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There’s not much Noel Mayfield-Smith hasn’t achieved in racing, but the veteran trainer is still preparing winners from his base in Coffs Harbour.

Big Dance bound Toowoomba duo claim Ballina Cup

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Toowoomba mother and son duo Kylie and Corey Geran are bound for the Big Dance following their victory with Without Revenge in Thursday’s Ballina Cup.

Coffs Harbour visitor to be too swift in Randwick Highway

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Once again, the country-restricted Highway Handicap is the biggest field on the Sydney metropolitan program.

Chelsea Hillier claims Tamworth double and Country Music Cup

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In-form duo Rod Northam and Chelsea Hillier combined for another winning double and claimed the Country Music Cup at Tamworth on Thursday

Kerry Weir targets elusive Tumbarumba Cup

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Kerry Weir won a Tumbarumba Cup as a jockey way back in 1986, but he’s been unable to repeat the feat as a trainer.

Gundagai ready to build on a sensational season

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Following the COVID pandemic, rain-affected meetings, and the 2022 floods, Gundagai Adelong Race Club was due for a change of luck.

Punters set to be Ringside at Deepwater 

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Ringside and his merry band of followers will trek to Deepwater on Saturday, with the eight-year-old searching for his tenth victory in the Deepwater Cup.

Anna Roper has Rising Star Series rivals in a knot

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Anna Roper made it back-to-back wins and extended her lead in the 2023/24 Rising Star Series on Tuesday, securing a significant victory on the Denim Wynen-trained Magic Stella at Queanbeyan.

Millie Thompson makes winning debut

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Millie Thompson was on the path to becoming a psychologist, but a career change means she is now a jockey, and a winning one at that.

Kirkup sets flying Ferrari for Tumbarumba assault

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During an accomplished training career, Garry Kirkup has prepared well over 300 winners at 54 different tracks, and he'll look to make it 55 at Tumbarumba on Saturday.

Cowra Cup hands Hazelton his biggest win

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Kieren Hazelton scored the biggest win of his career at Cowra on Sunday, with Not Too Bad triumphing in a thrilling edition of the Cowra Cup.

Scone double follows city win for red-hot Rod Northam stable

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If a metropolitan victory with ever-consistent mare Bootscooter at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday wasn’t enough, Rod Northam’s in-form stable followed it up with a winning double at Scone on Sunday. 

Rosehill win sets Bon Frankie on Country Championships path

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2023 Braidwood Cup winner Bon Frankie won at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday and is now being set for the 2024 Country Championships.

Graeme White notches 40 years in racing

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Graeme White has worn many caps in the harness and thoroughbred racing industries during a stellar 40-year career that will be celebrated at Queanbeyan on Tuesday. 

Seib’s Associate set for Highway assault

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Goulburn trainer Danielle Seib will present Associate as favourite for Saturday's Highway Handicap at Rosehuill Gardens.

Kieren Hazelton’s duo primed for Cowra Cup

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Kieren Hazelton would love nothing more than to win Sunday’s Cowra Cup, and he'll start two good chances with Turgenev and Not Too Bad..

Wagga double adds to strong season for Doug Gorrel

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Wagga trainer Doug Gorrel is enjoying a breakout season, bringing up 13 wins at a career-best 16.7% strike rate.

Brett Cavanough reaping the rewards of his hard work

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Hard-working Scone-based trainer Brett Cavanough has been in flying form, with his stables winning races all over the place in 2024.

Spotlight to shine on Cowra following crippling floods

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Following flooding in late 2022, Cowra Jockey Club is back racing and will host their Cowra Cup meeting on Sunday.

Lunn and Pracey-Holmes set for city assault

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When you’re hot, you’re hot, and for in-form trainer Dar Lunn, a trip to town with two live chances arrives at the perfect time as he prepares to travel to Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.

Clisby galloper takes lead in Dubbo Summer Sprint Series

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Another innovation by Dubbo Turf Club, the Barastoc Summer Sprint Series, is underway, with the first of three heats in the series won on Monday by Midnight Dream.

All roads lead to Tumbarumba races

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All roads will lead to Tumbarumba on the Australia Day long weekend when the club hosts one of the events of the year.

John Rolfe scores well-earned Nowra double

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For Canberra trainer John Rolfe, racing is a family affair, and they celebrated a winning double at Nowra on Sunday.

Spokes and Bellamy snare Glen Innes and Coffs Harbour features

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What a weekend it was for good mates Brett Bellamy and Ray Spokes, who combined to win features at Glen Innes and Coffs Harbour.

Weir celebrates 30th birthday with Rosehill Highway win

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Turning 30 can be daunting for some, but for Mikayla Weir, it was just another day at the office as she at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday.

Cowra boy Adam Hyeronimus steals the show at Magic Millions

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Adam Hyeronimus enjoyed his moment in the sun when winning Saturday's Magic Millions 2YO Classic on the Gold Coast.

Double delight for Matthew Dunn at Magic Millions Carnival

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Matthew Dunn enjoyed one of his best days as a trainer on Saturday, winning not one but two rich Magic Millions races on the Gold Coast. 

Olivia Dalton snares Tumut feature and first race win

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The well-travelled Olivia Dalton enjoyed the biggest moment of her young career on Saturday, and of all places, it was at Tumut. 

Talented Taliano targets Tumut Mile

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Michelle Teale wishes she could have a stable of horses just like Taliano, which will contest Saturday's Tumut Mile.

Former harness trainer Kevin Cassidy revelling rare trip to town

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The last time Kevin Cassidy raced a horse in Sydney, the legendary Harold Park Paceway was still in action.

Punters destined for the Penthouse in Rosehill Highway

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We’re back to Rosehill Gardens this weekend, and the 1100m Class Three Highway Handicap has stood up again, with the country-restricted event being split into two very good races. 

John Shelton targets elusive Glen Innes Cup

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Local product and Grafton-based trainer John Shelton wants to win a Glen Innes Cup before his career comes to a close. 

A good day for locals at Orange

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Country-based trainers and jockeys held their own at Orange on Tuesday, winning seven of the eight races on the day.

Chambers scores another Rising Star Series win at Orange

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Riding at Orange on Tuesday, apprentice jockey Olivia Chambers scored her second Rising Star Series win of the 2023/24 season.

Braith Nock continues incredible run

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There’s no slowing down Braith Nock, who has been riding in great form of late, with the apprentice winning on 14 of his past 54 rides.

Ingelse and Mulholland celebrate Gilgandra Cup win

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Shayleigh Ingelse won the second Country Cup of her career and the first for her new boss, Michael Mulholland, in Sunday’s Gilgandra Cup.

Zouatica has connections dancing in the Moruya rain

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Barbara Joseph, Paul, and Matt Jones added another Country Cup to their bulging collection on Monday, with Zouatica winning the Moruya Cup. 

Jamie Stewart lands iconic Town Plate win

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It was a Moruya Town Plate for the ages, with two local heavyweights in Kattegat and Iconic Dame going punch for punch in the feature sprint.

Former barrel racer lands first winner

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Moruya-based apprentice Jade McKenzie enjoyed the biggest moment of her burgeoning career at Queanbeyan on Saturday.

Danny Beasley enjoys full-circle moment with training win

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On Friday, champion jockey Danny Beasley added another string to his bow at Wagga, winning his first race as a trainer.

Will Highway form hold up in wide-open Moruya Cup?

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Tash Burleigh will start the ever-consistent Mosgold in Monday’s $75,000 Moruya Cup, and rising star Jett Stanley has taken the ride. 

Another black-type win for Tait family 

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The Patrick Payne-trained Wings Of Song made the trip from Victoria to Tasmania on Friday to claim victory in the Listed Tasmanian Guineas.

Ryan and Cavallo possibly onto a good one after Randwick win

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Two gentlemen in the sport of racing, Andrew Ryan and Anthony ‘Choc’ Cavallo, were rewarded with a good win at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Mulholland sets three-pronged attack on Gilgandra Cup

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Michael Mulholland knows what it takes to win a Gilgandra Cup, and he'll look to add another to the mantlepiece on Sunday.

Magic Pharoah out to win back-to-back Highways

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The Lou Mary-trained Magic Pharoah will look to make it back-to-back Highway Handicap wins at at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Guntis Lukss dreaming of fairy-tale Highway win

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She might be a $1000 purchase that opened a 200/1 chance, but Guntis Lukss believes Incantata can run a big race at Randwick on Saturday.

Dubbo Turf Club Hosting Barastoc Summer Sprint Series

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Dubbo Turf Club and leading equine feed producers Barastoc Racing have partnered to present the Barastoc Summer Sprint Series across the Club’s three meetings in January and February.

Krogh reigns supreme as Country Cup king of the south

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Quayde Krogh might have to start wearing a crown to the races, with the Canberra-based jockey fast becoming the Country Cup king of the south.

Chelsea Hillier claims first Country Cup at Taree

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Chelsea Hillier and Rodney Northam kicked off 2024 in fine style, winning the Harrington Cup with Jazenza at Taree on Tuesday. 

Shelton and Fitzgerald claim Inverell feature-race double

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John Shelton combined with rising star Mollie Fitzgerald to win both feature races at Inverell’s New Year’s Day meeting on Monday. 

Lane’s youngster chasing hat-trick in Harrington Cup

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Damian Lane will throw Zedari in the deep end at Taree on Tuesday, with the three-year-old to take on the $30,000 Harrington Cup.

Wilson prepares three-pronged attack on Inverell Shorts

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Ridge Wilson will prepare a three-pronged attack on the time-honoured Inverell Shorts, starting Timely Bel, Blue Sky Moon, and Hiraishin

Travers ends year on high note with Corowa double

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Jockey-turned-trainer Michael Travers ended 2023 on a high note at Corowa on Saturday, with the Wagga trainer bringing up a race-to-race double. 

Robb’s Star shines bright in town

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Brett Robb won his fourth metropolitan race and second Highway Handicap in the space of a month when Gallant Star flashed late to win at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Shelton’s in-form mare primed for Inverell Cup

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Glen Innes product and Grafton-based trainer John Shelton will look to add another Inverell Cup to the mantlepiece on New Year’s Day.

Discreet Miss out for bold showing in Randwick Highway

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After picking a 20/1 winner last week, Thunderbet’s Johnny Patton is back today for the 1200m Class Three Highway Handicap at Randwick.

Orange trifecta for Ponsonby tribe

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James Ponsonby returned to his old stomping ground with his family in tow on Thursday and enjoyed a rare result.

Stubbs and Cahill out to continue winning connection

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Ron Stubbs and Mathew Cahill will look to continue their winning connection at Canberra on Friday and Corowa on Saturday. 

Mark Jones ready to party in Randwick Highway

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Over the years, Randwick has been a happy hunting ground for Mark Jones, and he'll look to continue that good run on Saturday.

Adelong’s racing history still honoured in Gundagai

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Gundagai Adelong Racing Club will continue to honour its rich Adelong past by hosting its New Year's Day meeting on Monday.

Dar Lunn scores a timely Dubbo double

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Popular Dubbo horseman Dar Lunn had every reason to head into Christmas with a smile on his face after scoring a double at Dubbo on Saturday.

Courtney Ferris to ride with the luck of the Irish

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Irish jockey Courtney Ferris won’t be resting on her laurels over the holiday break, riding at Quirindi on Boxing Day and Orange on Thursday.

Johnny Dash out to continue hot run at Orange

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There wouldn’t be many country-trained gallopers in better form than what the Mack Griffith-trained Johnny Dash is in now.

Rivals bow down to Lou Mary and ‘sensational’ Magic Pharoah

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Magic Pharoah delivered Lou Mary his second highway Handicap win when storming home to victory at Royal Randwick on Saturday. 

Christmas arrives early for Joseph Jones Racing

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Barbara Joseph, Paul, and Matt Jones left Sydney with an early Christmas present on Saturday after Belleistic Kids won at Royal Randwick. 

Prosser family set sights on hometown Woop Woop Cup

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Grant and Colt Prosser will start three horses in Wauchope’s Woop Woop Cup on Boxing Day, and there will be plenty of local support for the trio. 

Enngonia to Randwick, Jake Barrett lands maiden city win

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Apprentice jockey Jake Barrett was all smiles when bringing up his maiden metropolitan win at Royal Randwick on Saturday.

Boom apprentice Zac Wadick links with Brad Widdup

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Zac Wadick’s fairy-tale rise through the NSW jockey ranks will continue next year, with the apprentice set to join the Brad Widdup team.

Gilgandra to ring in the New Year with bumper carnival 

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All roads will lead to Gilgandra over the New Year’s break, with the Western Districts race club set to host two big days of racing.

Value to be found in Randwick Highway

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It is a very interesting Highway Handicap this week, and Thunderbet’s Johnny ‘Highway’ Patton hopes to deliver punters an early Christmas present in the Class Three Handicap (1600m) at Royal Randwick. 

Stitt’s ‘pocket rocket’ to power down the Highway

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Ross Stitt believes weight is the only thing that can get in the way of He’s A Copy Boy and a win in Saturday’s Highway at Royal Randwick.

Inverell trainer eyes Goodwood Cup

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Up-and-coming trainer Ridge Wilson will be chasing his first win on his home track when racing at Inverell on Boxing Day. 

Sandkuhl puts injury behind her with Albury double

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Fiona Sandkuhl capped off a triumphant return from injury at Albury on Saturday, with the apprentice jockey riding a winning double. 

Robb to unleash ‘well-bred’ speedster in Wagga Super Maiden

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Brett Robb will take the covers off My Turn Astern when unleashing the five-year-old in the $50,000 Super Maiden at Wagga on Friday.

Boxing Day bonanza to take over NSW

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Whether you’re locked in for the first session of the Boxing Day test, sitting down to watch the start of the Sydney to Hobart yacht race, lining up ahead of a big shopping spree, or heading to the races, Boxing Day is a great day to be an Australian.

Weir saddling up for a busy holiday racing period

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Kerry Weir is saddling up for one of his biggest-ever Holiday periods, with the Tumut trainer targeting three massive Southern Districts meetings in 11 days. 

Port Macquarie on track for 2024 return

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Upgrades to the Port Macquarie Race Club racecourse are on track, with the club now in a ‘grow stage’ after new Kikuyu turf was laid.

McGuren hauls in Kempsey treble

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Matthew McGuren went within half-a-length from riding four from four at Kempsey on Monday, but it was still a good day at the office.

London Gal claims Narooma Cup with track record run

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London Gal won Sunday's $30,000 Narooma Cup emphatically for Goulburn trainer Scott Collings and veteran jockey Mathew Cahill. 

Racing mourns the loss of Alan ‘Jock’ Gollogly

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The Thoroughbred Racing Industry is today mourning the loss of Mr Alan ‘Jock’ Gollogly who passed away overnight following a long illness, aged 72. 

Favourites dominate at Coonamble 

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Punters were treated to early Christmas presents when favourites won the first six races on Sunday at Coonamble.

Stanley kicks off winning return at Warren

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Sidelined for almost six weeks following a broken nose, talented apprentice jockey Will Stanley is now back riding winners.

Groth and Northey score Warren double

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Good friends Gavin Groth and Daniel Northey made the long trip to Warren on Friday, and the pair were rewarded with a winning double. 

Courtney Bellamy continues winning run at Coffs Harbour

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A week away from racing has done wonders for apprentice jockey Courtney Bellamy, who’s riding in career-best form. 

“Far too easy”: David McColm lands black-type victory

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It was ‘far too easy’ as David McColm won the biggest race of his career at Eagle Farm on Saturday, claiming the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes.

Sprinters converge for speedy Randwick Highway

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Looking at the Thunderbet speed map, 13 horses love to lead, and if you blink, you could miss an epic race in the 1000m Class Three Highway Plate at Royal Randwick on Saturday.