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Horse Racing News

Stay up to date with the latest horse racing news and editorials for Australian horse racing. We provide up to date coverage of every major horse racing news headline each week. You can find the latest horse racing news headlines below.

Scarlet in dream Queensland Oaks trial

Scarlet Dream has trialled well in the lead-up to her run in The Roses at Doomben which will determine whether she runs in the Queensland Oaks.

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McNeil hopes experience pays off with War

Jye McNeil gets his second chance aboard Declares War when the three-year-old lines up in The Mahogany Challenge at Flemington.

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Mark Currie gets fine, suspended sentence

Toowoomba trainer Mark Currie has been fined $7500 and given a wholly suspended 12 month-sentence on race day treatment charges.

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Mr Marathon Man now has speed in his legs

Former French-trained Mr Marathon Man will run for the second time in Australia when he lines up over 1400 metres at Flemington.

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Trainer Ben Currie loses application

A Supreme Court judge has refused an application to temporarily halt Racing Queensland's decision to refuse Ben Currie's nominations.

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Veteran to line up again in another Cup

Two horses at vastly different stages of their racing careers will bid to deliver trainer Joe Pride an inaugural win in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

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Dwayne Dunn after first Goodwood on Booker

The Goodwood at Morphettville has eluded former Adelaide jockey Dwayne Dunn but he believes he has a good chance of success on four-year-old mare Booker.

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Michael Walker to have Cup impact

Jockey Michael Walker's patience could be rewarded with back-to-back Doomben Cups when he rides Fierce Impact.

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Glen Boss to return to Australia

Glen Boss, the regular rider of three-time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva, has announced he will return to Australia to continue his career.

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Blake Shinn reunites with Toby Edmonds

In-form jockey Blake Shinn is set to reunite with leading trainer Toby Edmonds on two key rides at Doomben.

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Enable return delayed to Royal Ascot

Dual Arc winner Enable is set to make her eagerly anticipated return to action at Royal Ascot after being scratched from the Coronation Cup at Epsom.

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Birthday girl MacFarlane lands city double

Tony McEvoy-trained fillies Despacito and Aristocratic Miss have provided apprentice Chelsea MacFarlane with her first metropolitan double.

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McDonald lands 100th Sydney metro winner

James McDonald has posted an important milestone in this season's Sydney jockeys' premiership after winning on Primitivo at Warwick Farm.

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Connery shows his class in Sandown victory

Trainer Archie Alexander will keep pushing Connery up in grade in a bid to keep weight off his back after landing another win at Sandown.

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OTI Racing loads up in Lord Mayors Cup bid

Group Two winner Grey Lion will headline a team of four runners for OTI Racing in the Listed Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

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Date change for Weetwood

The Weetwood Handicap will have its first date change in 120 years to coincide with Toowoomba's popular Carnival Of Flowers.

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Oaks, Derby on radar for New Zealand filly

Trainer Tony Pike has a lot to look forward to with impressive filly Intrigue after her prize money-boosting win at the Sunshine Coast.

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Boom Time ready to strike at Flemington

After two runs from a spell, Boom Time will be out to score his first win in 12 months in the Vo Rogue Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

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Diamond Thunder on trial for Brisbane trip

Sydney trainer Mark Newnham will consider a winter carnival bid in Brisbane if juvenile Diamond Thunder can continue his winning streak at Rosehill.

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Behemoth steps up for Goodwood challenge

Trainer David Jolly is content with his decision to tackle the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville with up-and-coming three-year-old Behemoth.

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Waller set for more Qld carnival records

Trainer Chris Waller is heading for more Queensland winter carnival records with his five runners in the Group One Doomben Cup.

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Capacity field for Group One Doomben Cup

The Group One Doomben Cup has attracted a full field with Youngstar the favourite to add to her Queensland Group One record.

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Prodigal son Moody returns to Charleville

Former champion trainer Peter Moody will head home to Charleville in his role as Battle of the Bush ambassador.

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O'Learys to wind down racing interests

Grand National-winning owner Michael O'Leary has announced he will phase out his National Hunt team over the next five years.

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Sixties Groove likely to run at Rosehill

Trainer Kris Lees will run Sixties Groove in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill with the gelding unlikely to gain a Doomben Cup start.

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