Inverell Jockey Club have been asked to host a seven-race program today.

McKenzie celebrates career days at Moruya and Kembla

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It was a huge two days for Moruya-based apprentice Jade McKenzie, who notched two career firsts at Moruya on Friday and Kembla Grange on Saturday. 

Elson Boy chases three straight in Diggers Cup

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After a series of triumphs and setbacks in the racing world, Dar Lunn managed to secure Elson Boy's spot in the prestigious $1 million Country Championships final held at Royal Randwick last month. 

Mumma Mia, a star is born

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The hype around Martini Mumma appears well-founded following the three-year-old’s dominant win in the 1100m Class 3 Highway Handicap at Rosehill Gardens.

Rodney Robb claims another Nyngan Cup

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Nyngan trainer Rodney Robb, one of the all-time greats of Western Districts racing, with his four-year-old gelding Nannu, was a popular winner of Thursday's 1400m Nyngan RSL Anzac Day Nyngan Cup.

Big crowd celebrates local win in Soldier’s Saddle

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Greeted with enthusiasm by the very big crowd at Bathurst on Anzac Day was the win by local galloper Fletchlo in the prestigious Bathurst RSL Club Soldiers Saddle over 1400m.  

Wagstaff targets elusive Merriwa Cup with two-pronged attack

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Former Muswellbrook trainer Dale Wagstaff, now based in Newcastle, has always wanted to win a Merriwa Cup. 

Punters following the scent of Perfumist in Bathurst Gold Nugget

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The Gold Nugget (1100m) for two-year-olds will complement today’s Soldier’s Saddle (1400m) Class Four Handicap at Bathurst. The race for the youngsters, part of a...

Daniel Stanley’s Warrior eyes Nyngan-Tomingley Cup double

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Daniel Stanley will launch an audacious bid to win the Nyngan Cup and Tomingley Picnic Cup in the space of just three days with in-form galloper Bush Warrior.

Newfound outlook has Damon Budler in career-best form

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Damon Budler has been in flying form, with the Canberra-based South African having ridden ten winners from his past five starts. 

Ponsonby to start omen bet in time-honoured Soldier’s Saddle

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An omen bet for punters could be the well-named Western Front in the Soldier’s Saddle, which highlights Bathurst’s annual Anzac Day meeting on Thursday.

Apprentices dominate at Warren

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Apprentice jockeys dominated at Warren on Saturday, winning five of the six races on the program.

Robb and Llewellyn seeking more joy at Warren

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Following a successful Wellington Boot carnival, Dubbo trainer Brett Robb will travel to Warren today, where he will team up with stable apprentice Shannen Llewellyn. 

Keagan Latham stars with Orange Cup victory and winning treble

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Keagan Latham's class shone through in Friday’s $75,000 Orange Cup, as he won the Big Dance qualifier on the Richard and Will Freedman-trained Piraeus. 

Sylvester out to keep good times rolling at Taree and Muswellbrook

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Jeremy Sylvester has been sneaking under the radar recently, with the Cessnock-based trainer registering consistent winners. 

Weeding eyes Leeton Cup with in-form Dark Legacy

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Fresh off her victory in Saturday’s Holbrook President’s Cup, the Craig Weeding-trained Dark Legacy will target Saturday’s $14,000 Leeton Cup. 

Orange Cup tips, trials, and tribulations

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Racing Orange will host its annual Orange Cup program on Friday, and NSW Country and Picnic Racing have found their best bets.

Racing NSW investigate race run over wrong distance

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Racing pundits were sent into a frenzy on Thursday following the running of the fourth race at Tuncurry-Forster Jockey Club meeting.

Mikayla Weir eyes Orange Cup following milestone win

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After recently bringing up a significant milestone, Mikayla Weir will be out to add an Orange Cup to the mantlepiece on Friday. 

Waterhouse apprentice ready for Warren road trip

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Emma Ly might be back under Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott's watchful eye following a stint with Donna Scott in Albury, but she is still keen to make her mark in the country. 

Purcell sets Jerilderie galloper for Orange Sprint

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Ross Purcell is no stranger to a long trip with reliable sprinter Mr Moppett, who will contest the $35,000 Orange Sprint on Friday. 

Gibson has one eye on Picnic Champion Series following win

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Following another win at Grenfell on Saturday, Gilgandra trainer Ashley Gibson is setting Foxstorm on the path toward the $50,000 Picnic Champion Series. 

Kym Davison and Emma Ly combine to win Holbrook Cup

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On Saturday, Holbrook & District Race Club hosted one of the strongest non-TAB Southern Districts Country Cups in recent memory.

Greig and Ribeiro claim another Picnic Cup at Grenfell

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Dubbo trainer Connie Greig and Muswellbrook-based rider Leandro Ribeiro continued their dominance on the picnic circuit on Saturday, combining to win the 1400m Lane Cove Legends/Doug Allen Memorial Picnic Cup with Valadyium.

Looker lands five of the best at Grafton 

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He’s ridden 1200-plus victories, including many of the biggest races in Country NSW, but Ben Looker proudly added another feather to his cap at Grafton on Sunday. 

Cavanough and Nock get fingers on Wellington Boot

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On Sunday, apprentice jockey Braith Nock celebrated his biggest career win, and in doing so, he helped his boss, Brett Cavanough, land an elusive Wellington Boot.

Petersen eyes more success at Grenfell

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Kate Petersen will head to Grenfell on Saturday confident she can notch up her third career victory. 

Crockett to take a throw at the stumps for Group 1 glory

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He’s the first to admit it’s taken him by surprise, but on Saturday, Cameron Crockett and his team will vie for Group 1 glory with Dances With Hooves. 

Byrne out to continue winning run at Canberra

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Becky Byrne will look to continue her excellent run with Damon Budler at Canberra on Friday, racing Rosy Sue and His Honour.

Garry Lunn out to weave more Iron Horse magic

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Wellington Race Club kicks off its famous Wellington Boot Carnival on Friday, with the $40,000 Iron Horse staying race to headline the meeting.

Holbrook ‘absolutely perfect’ ahead of annual race day

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Recent rain has been a blessing in disguise for Holbrook Race Club, who are gearing up for a bumper six-race program on Saturday. 

Dubbo double continues good run for Cindy Monaghan

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With a relatively small team of gallopers, trainer Cindy Monaghan has achieved good results over recent months, winning seven races at TAB meetings, including a double on Sunday at Dubbo.  

Chairman’s Choice to continue miracle run at Holbrook

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It’s a miracle that Chairman’s Choice is alive and racing, let alone still winning races. On Saturday's he'll be racing in the Holbrook Cup.

Ramsey preparing for South Australian pilgrimage with Warialda Warrior

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John Ramsey is dreaming big with the well-named Warialda Warrior, with feature races in South Australia on the three-year-old’s agenda. 

Michelle Fleming has Our Boy Ollie firing ahead of Tamworth Cup

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Michelle Fleming is daring to dream of Tamworth Cup riches with in-form galloper Our Boy Ollie. 

Grenfell to kick off School Holidays with family-friendly race day

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On Saturday, all roads will lead to Grenfell for an action-packed six-race picnic program headlined by the $10,000 Grenfell Picnic Cup. 

Wagga win has Olive eyeing MTC Guineas with in-form Wal’s Angels

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Wal’s Angels made it three wins on the trot at Wagga Wagga on Monday when taking out the 1200m Class Two Handicap. 

Cliff House puts Wagga Cup rivals on notice after dominant Gundagai Cup win

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Leading into next month’s $200,000 Wagga Wagga Gold Cup, hometown trainer Tim Donnelly will dare to dream with the ever-improving Cliff House. 

Hazelton and Rogers leave favourite punters begging for mercy at Coonabarabran

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Hazelton and Rogers leave favourite punters begging for mercy at Coonabarabran  Acquired through a stable dispersal last year, the six-year-old gelding Beg Me was a surprise winner on Saturday at Coonabarabran for Gilgandra trainer Kieren Hazelton.  

Fog clears as Darren Graham lands QLD metro win

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Darren Graham celebrated a metropolitan win across the border on Saturday, with Bean Foggy getting the job done at Eagle Farm. 

Kayla Nisbet etches name in Country Championships folklore

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Joining the likes of Tommy Berry, Blake Shinn, Hugh Bowman, and Kerrin McEvoy, respected Canberra-based jockey Kayla Nisbet etched her name in Country Championships folklore at Royal Randwick on Saturday. 

Crowning moment for Doug Gorrel in Country Championships

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In February of last year, Doug Gorrel was left questioning everything after a devastating truck crash en route to Albury left the Wagga trainer with a nasty leg injury, while the incident killed talented galloper Dantain’s Magic.

Vella out to win Cootamundra Picnic Cup following Crookwell success

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Gratz Vella will trek to Cootamundra on Saturday as he looks to win another Picnic Cup with Crucial Witness. 

James Tait out to continue strong family history in Gundagai Cup

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When Sky Racing’s James Tait calls at Gundagai on Sunday, he has every excuse to get a little more excited than usual in the $36,000 Gundagai Cup. 

Prisk sets sights on Hillston following Easter Sunday double

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For Allan Prisk, Saturday’s two-and-a-half-hour trip from Cobar to Hillston is nothing compared to his usual adventures as he looks to continue from his excellent day at Bourke on Sunday. 

Mudlark will take some catching in wet Muswellbrook Cup

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He’s $81 with bookmakers, down from $151, but Heza Gentleman's connections are quietly confident heading into Friday’s $150,000 Muswellbrook Cup. 

Robb eyes back-to-back Country Championships

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For Brett Robb, it could be a case of Déjà vu for the Dubbo trainer when heading to Royal Randwick on Saturday for the $1 million Country Championships final. 

Racing mourns the loss of Stefano Cherchi

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The Thoroughbred Racing Industry is deeply saddened with the passing of jockey Mr Stefano Cherchi. Stefano, 23, sustained injuries resulting from a three-horse race fall at Canberra on Wednesday, 20th March 2024.

Easter Sunday quintet reaffirms Shaun Cooper as Australia’s leading picnic jockey

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Australia’s leading amateur jockey, Shaun Cooper, capped off a stellar Victorian Picnic Racing season at Swifts Creek on Easter Sunday. 

Cleary puts Moruya treble down to teamwork

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Joe Cleary’s team enjoyed a big day out at Moruya on Saturday, with the stable preparing a winning treble. 

Sharp Shock gains shock start in Country Championships final

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Sharp Shock has sensationally gained a start in Saturday’s $1 million Country Championships final at Royal Randwick. 

Hiddenv gem Hillston ready to celebrate 150 years of racing

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With a proud history in the Southern Districts, Hillston Jockey Club will celebrate 150 years of racing on Saturday. 

Indian Thunder goes back-to-back in Lightning Ridge Cup

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uFan favourite Indian Thunder got the job done at Lightning Ridge on Saturday when defending his title in the Lightning Ridge Cup.

Linden Tree stands tall in Bourke’s picnic feature

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Leading NSW picnic trainer and jockey combination Connie Greig and Leandro Ribeiro added another notch to their belts at Bourke on Sunday. 

Golden Fleece race day to kick off Warren’s new season

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The thrill of bush racing is back again next month, when the Warren Jockey Club hosts their annual Golden Fleece race meet on Saturday April 20. 

Bandi’s Boy honours late owner with Group 3 win

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Bandi’s Boy, the current $2 favourite for the $1 million Country Championship Final at Royal Randwick on Saturday, and well-performed Central West galloper Taren Lad, raced more than 50 years apart, were linked through ownership by John Woods.

Pambula Cup win has Ruby Scott eager for more success

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Ruby Scott added another trophy to the mantlepiece on Saturday, winning the Pambula Cup on the Matthew Stephens-trained Urjuwaan. 

Indian Thunder ready to strike twice in Lightning Ridge Cup

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Tamworth galloper Indian Thunder might be a rising ten-year-old with 102 starts under his belt, but he’s going as well as ever.

Jayden Barrie eyes breakthrough win at Tocumwal

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Jayden Barrie will trek from Tumut to Tocumwal on Saturday in a bid to win his first race since making the move into the Southern Districts.

Orange Cup Prelude quinella has ‘Cup King’ planning conquests

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The Country Cup king, Michael Mulholland, is ready to make a couple of audacious bids to add more silverware to his overflowing trophy cabinet. 

Rodney Robb out to continue Bourke love affair

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During his storied training career, Rodney Robb has ‘made a good living’ racing in the country.

Teighan Worsnop hits the ground running after Taree move

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Teighan Worsnop has hit the ground running following a move from Albury to Taree, winning on Santatime on Tuesday.

Lindsay Park duo find a ‘nice race’ at Wagga

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The Lindsay Park team will make a two-pronged attack in the heat of the Wagga Stayers Series Benchmark 66 Handicap at Murrumbidgee Turf Club on Thursday.

‘Spectacular prize’ on offer in Lightning Ridge Cup

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Lightning Ridge’s four-day Easter festival will kick off on Friday, and Saturday’s non-TAB meeting will be one of the highlights for the community. 

Fashions, Racing, and Easter Festival to lure racegoers to Bourke

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On track, Racing will take centre stage, but off track, Fashions on the Field could very well steal the show at the Back O’ Bourke picnic race day on Easter Sunday. 

Zac Wadick continues rise through the ranks with Provincial qualifier win

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Since progressing from Glen Milligan’s country stable in Taree to Brad Widdup’s provincial team in Hawkesbury, Zac Wadick has continued to notch up wins. 

Grant Jobson’s star ready to shine in Hannam Vale Cup

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Grant Jobson hopes Imatruestar’s fantastic third placing in the Group 3 $250,000 Newcastle Stakes early this month will hold him in good for Taree’s Hannam Vale Cup on Tuesday. 

Apprentices dominate as Shae Wilkes claims Narrabri Cup

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Following her maiden win at Tuncurry earlier this month, it didn’t take Shae Wilkes long to score her first feature race victory. 

Waters and Lewis combine to win Tullibigeal Cup

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Zara Lewis had ridden a combined total of 42 winners at professional and picnic meetings; however, until Saturday at Tullibigeal had not won a Cup race.

Associate spouts wings in Southern Wild Card qualifier

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Punters only wanted one horse in the $150,000 Southern Wild Card qualifier at Goulburn on Sunday, and that was the Danielle Seib-trained Associate.  

Molly Bourke enjoys two-track double on Golden Slipper Day

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Apprentice jockey Molly Bourke backed her talents on Saturday and was rewarded with a two-track double on Golden Slipper Day. 

Matthew Kelley ready to repeat the dose in Southern Wild Card

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Only 12 months ago, Matthew Kelley won the biggest race of his career when I’ve Bean Tryin’ triumphed in the $150,000 Country Championships Southern Wild Card qualifier at Goulburn.

Tocumwal ‘bloody beautiful’ ahead of Easter Saturday race day

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After missing last year's meeting due to significant overnight rain, Tocumwal Race Club is ready to welcome over 2000 racegoers for its Easter Saturday meeting. 

That’s Molly storms into Country Championships final

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The Milligan family’s Country Championships success continued at Scone on Friday, with That's Molly winning the Norhtern Wild Card qualifier.

Guineas victory highlights Kym Davison’s Albury double

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It was a day to remember for Kym Davison at Albury on Friday, with the local trainer winning the Albury Guineas and training a double.

Quinn preparing for Narrabri Cup expedition

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Marc Quinn is the first person to admit he’d prefer to sit on the lounge on Saturday when the $5 million Golden Slipper is...

Cavanough duo get a second chance in Northern Wild Card

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The Brett Cavanough-trained pair of Sting Jet (Braith Nock, $17) and Rhythm Is A Dancer (Matthew McGuren, $21) get a second chance to qualify for the $1 million Country Championships final at Scone today. 

City Handicap triumph caps off Mitch Beer’s Albury homecoming

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It was his first Albury carnival since moving most of his team from the border to Kembla Grange, but Mitch Beer still enjoyed a good day of results. 

Stubbs gearing up for bumper Albury Carnival

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Ron Stubbs is gearing up for the 2024 Albury carnival, and he’s pleased to be on his home deck preparing for feature races on...

Basso Caruso chasing three on the trot in Tullibigeal Cup

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Wangaratta trainer Dan McCarthy and amateur jockey Catherine Masters will look to continue their dream run with Basso Caruso at Tullibigeal on Saturday. 

Kosciuszko champion eyes Galaxy glory

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Country-trained champion and back-to-back The Kosciusko winner, Front Page, will return to the track on Saturday. 

Stefano Cherchi hospitalised following Canberra fall

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Jockeys Stefano Cherchi, Shaun Guymer and Jeff Penza were involved in a gut-wrenching incident in race three at Canberra on Wednesday. Contesting the 1600m Class...

Racing mourns the loss of Cliff Clare

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The Thoroughbred Racing Industry is today mourning the loss of former jockey Mr Cliff Clare who passed away yesterday aged 93.

Ella Drew enjoys ‘wonderful moment’ with maiden Muswellbrook winner

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Having travelled the road least taken to an apprenticeship, it was a rewarding moment for Ella Drew when she rode her first winner at Muswellbrook on Friday. 

‘One-act show’ as At Witz End demoralises rivals in Yamba Cup

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It was a fitting result in Sunday’s Yamba Cup at Grafton’s Clarence River Jockey Club, won by the Daniel Bowen-trained At Witz End.

Provincial qualifiers to further sour Big Dance

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Last week, Racing NSW announced five new qualifying races for the $3 million Big Dance and $750,000 Little Dance, which will be run and won at Royal Randwick on Tuesday, November 5.

Gunnedah double has Patrick Scorse on road to redemption

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Patrick Scorse put a nine-month suspension for using banned substances behind him at Gunnedah on Saturday when booting home a winning double. 

Kempsey treble for evergreen Jon Grisedale

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Admired veteran jockey Jon Grisedale booted home three winners on Saturday’s TAB program at Kempsey.

Community Bank secures long-term naming rights to Narrandera Cup

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In terrific news that solidifies Narrandera Racing Club’s (NRC) future and commitment to racing in Narrandera and the Southern Districts, Community Bank Narrandera & District has enhanced its sponsorship of the club.

Mark Mason gazing upon Armidale assignment

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Untried past a mile, Mark Mason is excited to see what Zoffany’s Gaze can do in the 1900m Benchmark 74 Handicap at Armidale on Monday.

Elson Boy proves too gallant in Western Districts qualifier

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Popular Western District's identity, Dar Lunn, a self-describe battler, upstaged a few big names in country racing at Coonamble on Sunday. 

Travers and Galea dance their way to Ardlethan Cup win

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Michael Travers, known for winning the best part of 1000 races as a professional jockey, maintained his excellent form as a trainer at Ardlethan on Saturday.

Blessing in disguise has Paul Zerafa set for return

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Paul Zerafa has taken the path least travelled to an apprenticeship, and while he’s hit a few speed bumps along the road, he wants to ride winners. 

Prisk stable on point ahead of Broken Hill adventure

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Allan Prisk will make his annual pilgrimage from Cobar to Broken Hill today ahead of tomorrow’s St Patrick’s Racing Club meeting. 

Melissa Harrison could have secret weapon in Ardlethan Cup

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Melissa Harrison will make a rare trip to the picnics on Saturday, and she is eyeing the $10,000 Ardlethan Picnic Cup. 

Lane sets well-named Canamble for Coonamble assignment

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Damien Lane will head home on Saturday, with the Wyong-based trainer hoping the well-named Canamble can salute at Coonamble. 

Grafton specialist eyes Yamba Cup

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Cawongla-based trainer Ethan Ensby believes his in-form sprinter, Maximum Vortex, is primed to win Sunday's Yamba Cup. 

Howlett ready to make some noise in Phar Lap Stakes

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For the second Saturday in a row, Muswellbrook trainer Todd Howlett will travel to Sydney with ambitions of winning a Group race. 

Queanbeyan to Coonamble for Country Champs-bound Coriah Keatings

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Coriah Keatings will make the six-and-a-half-hour trip from Queanbeyan to Coonamble this weekend for the biggest ride of her career.  Teaming up with Dubbo trainer...

Family fun on offer at Gundagai Cup meeting

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Gundagai Adelong Racing Club has taken a new approach to its upcoming Gundagai Cup program, which will be run and won on Sunday, April...

Shannen Llewellyn scores maiden win at Dubbo

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Shannen Llewellyn broke through for her maiden win on Friday, with the Dubbo-based apprentice enjoying the moment on her home track. 

Options on the table for impressive Gundy Guy

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On Sunday, the Todd Smart-trained Gundy Guy stamped himself as a serious horse at Canberra when winning the 1300m Class Two Handicap. 

Brett Dodson has Kapsali firing at Coffs Harbour

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It was a good training effort by Brett Dodson at Coffs Harbour on Monday, who appears to have worked out the secret to his enigmatic galloper, Kapsali. 

Miracle Day scores miracle result in revived Hibernian Handicap

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After gaining a start as an emergency, the Dar Lunn-trained Miracle Day went around in Dubbo’s revived Hibernian Handicap as a $26 roughie.

Orange treble for Mathew Cahill

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Long regarded as among the top-ranked jockeys in country New South Wales, Cowra-based Mathew Cahill was all class when landing a winning treble on Monday at Orange.

Two-state double and metro win for Daniel Bowen

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It was a Saturday to remember for Daniel Bowen, with the Lismore trainer scoring a two-state double.  Headlining a rewarding day at the office, Bowen...

Michael Wade breaks drought with Funny Hill Cup-Crookwell double

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On Saturday, talented picnic jockey Michael Wade put a tumultuous period behind at Crookwell's Binda picnic race meeting.

Ryan Bradley hungry to make long-awaited return from injury

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Back-to-back shoulder surgeries haven't stopped apprentice jockey Ryan Bradley, who’s nearing a long-awaited return to race riding.

Crowning moment for Mitch Stapleford in Tamworth qualifier

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Cometh the hour, cometh the man. Mitch Stapleford came and conquered in the $150,000 Hunter-North West Country Championships qualifier at Tamworth on Sunday. 

All roads lead to Tamworth for the Hunter-North West qualifier

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With just two regional qualifiers left before the Northern and Southern Wild Cards, the 2024 Country Championships action will head to Tamworth on Sunday.

Mitch Stapleford excited for Country Championships opportunity

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Mitch Stapleford excited for Country Championships opportunity 

Wangaratta visitor will take some beating in Corowa Cup

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With no Highway Handicap this week in Sydney, Thunderbet’s Johnny ‘Highway’ Patton has searched for a race closer to home, running his eye over the Corowa Cup (1600m).

Donna Scott duo set for strong Corowa Cup

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Albury trainer Donna Scott has set dynamic duo Snap Book and Keith for Saturday’s $39,000 Corowa Cup.

Rock ‘N’ Tori eyes Yass-Funny Hill Cup double

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Lauren Davies believes Rock ‘N’ Tori can add to her recent Yass Cup victory by winning Saturday’s $11,000 Funny Hill Cup at Crookwell. 

Racing NSW make more ‘shovel-ready’ infrastructure promises

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Last week, Racing NSW announced an investment of almost $20 million into country and provincial racetracks.

Stellar lineup for revived Hibernian Handicap

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The Dubbo Turf Club will host the Hibernian Handicap at Friday’s Latitude Liquor Wholesalers Race Day, with the race being run for the first time in over 100 years.

Mumma would love a martini after speedy win

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The Love Racing syndicate were intitled to be sipping martinis on Tuesday afternoon after the well-named Martini Mumma sizzled to an impressive maiden victory at Wagga Wagga.

Listen To The Band qualifier-bound despite injury-scare

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Clint Lundholm is the first to concede it hasn’t been an ideal preparation for Listen To The Band ahead of the 2024 Country Championships. 

Horizon looks good for Tony Ball at Grafton

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Tony Ball believes Grand Horizon ($8) is due to run a big race in the 1175m Class One Handicap at Grafton on Thursday. 

Ross Purcell on deck for Country Cup campaign after Carrathool success

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Ross Purcell added a Carrathool Cup to the trophy cabinet on Saturday after Decker’s decisive win in the $22,000 feature. 

Vella to put best foot forward in Black Opal

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Canberra racing identity, Gratz Vella, will shoot for his second Black Opal Stakes victory on Sunday with the aptly named Vella’s Best. 

In-form Raging Rush primed for Dubbo assignment

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According to Clint Lundholm, it’s the right race at the right time for Raging Rush, which will take on the 1100m sprint at Dubbo on Friday.

Family affair as Shae Wilkes celebrates winning debut 

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Debuts don’t come much better; just ask Taree-based apprentice Shae Wilkes, who won her first race for her dad at Tuncurry on Saturday.

Carrathool double for well-travelled Sarah McDonough

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Dedicated is just one way to describe Scone-based apprentice jockey Sarah McDonough, who rode a double at Carrathool on Saturday.

The Rolfe and Boudvillain train rolls on

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John Rolfe and Pierre Boudvillain continued their winning connection at Cowra on Monday, winning two races on the Central Districts program. 

‘Every horse has his day’ as Sensei Jackie salutes at Cowra

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Sensei Jackie rewarded his loyal group of followers at Cowra on Monday, with the six-year-old breaking through for his first win.

Connie’s old marvel eyes 19th win at Crookwell

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We’re running out of superlatives for the old warhorse, Billy Bent Ear, who, at 11, is racing in career-best form. 

Blundell’s Bargain buy knocking on the door at Wagga

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There wouldn’t be a Southern Districts galloper as consistent without winning this preparation as the David Blundell-trained Zabellsareringing.

Danny Williams lands emotional South East qualifier quinella

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Danny Williams fought back tears following Sunday’s emotional Country Championships South East qualifier at Moruya.

Blewitt lands treble and Bedgerabong-Tottenham Cup double

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Popular picnic jockey and champion bloke Ricky Blewitt isn’t one to clammer for attention, but he was undoubtedly in the spotlight at Tottenham on Saturday. 

Bandi’s Boy to lead Williams’ trio into red-hot Moruya qualifier

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Goulburn trainer Danny Williams will make a three-pronged attack on this afternoon’s $150,000 South East Country Championships qualifier at Moruya. 

Heavyweights to collide in Moruya qualifier

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We arrive at the halfway mark of the 2024 Country Championships qualifiers at Moruya on Sunday, and the $150,000 South East qualifier is set to be the strongest heat thus far. 

Australia’s oldest trainer Shirley Batten triumphs at Ballina

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Shirly Batten is Australia’s oldest active racehorse trainer, and she’s been enjoying a winning run with in-form mare Top Bird. 

Outback Angel’s halo shines at Goulburn

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Outback Angel defied an ordinary track and a last-minute change of plans to justify her $1.20 quote at Goulburn on Friday. 

Mudgee galloper could hold the key to compelling Highway

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A very strong field once again lines up in the Highway Handicap at Royal Randwick, and Thunderbet’s Johnny ‘Highway’ Patton has dissected the field.

Tubba Williams chasing a breakthrough win at Tottenham

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You don’t have to tell Anthony ‘Tubba’ Williams that he’s 46 years between drinks; he knows and is desperate to get back into the winner’s circle.

Pants On Fire blazing towards Western Districts qualifier

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The Dar Lunn-trained Pants on Fire continues to defy doubters, with the five-year-old showcasing her Country Championships credentials at Bathurst on Thursday. 

Swan Hill galloper eyes Moulamein-Carrathool Cup double 

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Austy Coffey hopes Show Me Champagne can win another NSW Country Cup when taking on Saturday’s Carrathool Cup.

In-form Aaron Bullock in for a busy day at the office

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Aaron Bullock will take rides at Randwick and Newcastle on Saturday, with the leading hoop thinking ahead to larger targets later in the year. 

Tottenham gearing up for annual race day 

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Picnic Racing heads into the Western Districts on Saturday, with Tottenham Picnic Race Club to host their annual program. 

Tyers Park upgrades part of Bathurst’s vision for the future

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Bathurst Thoroughbred Racing has a new leader at the helm, with Lisa Pierce looking to steer the club in a new direction. 

Shane Arnold marks return with smart Scone win

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It took eight rides and two months, but Shane S Arnold has got the monkey off his back after winning at Scone on Tuesday. 

Quinn Quinella: Port Macquarie duo qualify for million-dollar final

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Port Macquarie trainer Marc Quinn has qualified two runners for the $1 million Country Championship final at Royal Randwick on April 6.

Ladies take delight in Stanley’s Orange treble

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Will Stanley again proved he is one of the best up-and-coming apprentices in NSW, with the 20-year-old riding a treble at Orange on Saturday. 

Smart double for Gundy Guy boys

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Todd Smart and Billy Owe teamed up at Wagga on Sunday for a triumphant double with two horses with bright futures. 

David Smith’s gamble pays off in Central Districts qualifier

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There’s no denying that David Smith’s gamble in the Country Championships has paid off, with Lockdown Gamble winning at Mudgee on Sunday.

Maddy Wright adds another Picnic Cup to the mantlepiece

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Maddy Wright’s triumphant return to race-riding continued at Yass on Saturday, with the Moruya-based amateur jockey picking up a double and another Picnic Cup. 

Prosser quartet ‘ready to rip in’ ahead of Mid-North Coast qualifier

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Wauchope trainer Colt Prosser and his stable have left no stone unturned on their path to the 2024 Country Championships. 

Can Unique Prince claim his throne in Tom Patton Cup?

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The Peter Morgan-trained Unique Prince will be searching for his third win on the trot in Sunday’s $32,000 Tom Patton Cup. 

Keith Dryden hits the Highway with speedy Vinolass

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It’s another great field of runners for this week’s Highway, and Johnny ‘Highway’ Patton has cast his eye over the 1400m Class Three Handicap at Rosehill Gardens. 

Andrew Ryan sets two-pronged assault on Central Districts qualifier 

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Andrew Ryan isn’t one to step into the spotlight, with the Bathurst trainer happy to let his horse’s results do the talking for his stable.