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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.

Hush Writer outstays Newcastle Cup rivals

Tulloch Lodge has captured another Newcastle Cup with Hush Writer denying trainer Kris Lees a local victory.

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Star mare needs to regain winning ways

Star mare Winning Ways will need to regain her best form at Eagle Farm to be any chance to contest the spring carnival in Melbourne.

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Golden Slipper winner Burst turns 30

The oldest living Golden Slipper winner Burst has turned 30 at Newhaven Park where she was born.

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Hawkes, Berry Rock in Newcastle's Cameron

The lightly raced Rock has staked his Epsom Handicap claims with a come-from-behind win in the Group Three Cameron Handicap.

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Mirette ready for Caulfield return

Trainer Archie Alexander is looking forward to Mirette's spring campaign and expects a bold showing from the Australasian Oaks runner-up at Caulfield.

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Key facts on the George Main Stakes

Some facts and figures on the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick.

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Mr Marathon Man set for first Sydney start

Trainer Mike Moroney believes a wet track and right-handed direction will suit Mr Marathon Man in the George Main Stakes at Randwick.

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Oaks runner-up takes step to Metrop Dream

Mark Newnham is banking on an improving Randwick track to give Scarlet Dream the chance to prove her Metropolitan credentials.

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Steel Prince chasing Caulfield Cup spot

Steel Prince already has a spot in the Melbourne Cup but could also book his place in the Caulfield Cup when he runs in the MRC Foundation Cup.

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Stuart Kendrick has faith in Don't Waiver

In-form trainer Stuart Kendrick is confident Don't Waiver will not be out of place in a strong three-year-old race at Eagle Farm.

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In her Time unlikely to start in Shorts

Trainer Kris Lees is not keen to run In Her Time first up on a wet track with the mare now likely to resume in The Everest.

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Madison County on target for Group One

Dual New Zealand Group One winner Madison County gets his latest chance to snare an elite-level victory in Australia in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes.

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Wet track a query for in-form Samadoubt

Samadoubt will be out to maintain his unbeaten run this campaign in the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick.

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Abdon to lead Waller's Eagle Farm charge

Imported stayer Abdon will be one of the few horses who once had champion European jockey Frankie Dettori as his jockey to race in Brisbane.

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Tea for two as Sargent pair race Libertini

Trainer John Sargent often produces Classic-type fillies at this time of year and his latest will be on show at Randwick.

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Key stats on G1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

All you need to know ahead of the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.

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Turnbull Stakes next for Mystic Journey

Cox Plate favourite Mystic Journey will run next in the Group One Turnbull Stakes at Flemington after her shock defeat last start.

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Compensation for loser in photo-finish

The connections of a horse who was demoted to second two months after the race because of a photo-finish mix-up will be compensated.

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Lindsay Park calls on Kah for So Si Bon

In-form rider Jamie Kah will chase back-to-back Group One victories when she partners So Si Bon in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.

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McDonald booked for Shark in Epsom

Top jockey James McDonald will partner Epsom Handicap favourite Te Akau Shark in the Group One mile at Randwick.

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Django Freeman out of spring carnival

German import Django Freeman will miss the Melbourne spring carnival because of a bone chip in a knee.

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Tiffani Brooker banned on drug charge

Jockey Tiffani Brooker has been disqualified for nine months after giving a urine sample showing a mixture of prohibited drugs.

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Wet forces Sunlight out of Shorts

Sunlight has been withdrawn from a major Everest lead-up, the Group Two Shorts at Randwick, because of the heavy track.

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Extending wins for Bruce Purcell at Sale

Extending has given Bruce Purcell his first winner since the trainer was in a coma following an accident at the training complex at Cranbourne.

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Morendi ride caps busy week for Cahill

Jockey Michael Cahill will cap a busy week when he rides veteran Morendi in the Makers Mark Handicap at Eagle Farm.

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