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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.

Jamie Mott has perfect day at Mornington

Jamie Mott has walked away from the Mornington meeting with a four-timer from four rides at the track.

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More convictions for trainer Ben Currie

Trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of 12 charges of race day administration and has been asked to make submissions on sentence.

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Flemington straight to suit Divine Quality

After flopping around a bend in the Sangster Stakes at Morphettville, Divine Quality is set to run in the Straight Six over 1200m at Flemington.

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Tonsor to continue Smith's winning ways

Trainer Matt Smith hopes promising sprinter Tonsor can bounce back from a last-start defeat when he runs at Randwick.

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Lessons learned from Criterion invaluable

Lindsay Park is hoping lessons learned from an international campaign with Criterion can be carried over into the Australian preparation of Alfarris.

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Slow recovery for injured rider Hackett

Injured rider Michael Hackett is making progress, albeit slow, as he remains in Sydney's Liverpool Hospital after a fall at Tomingley.

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Trainer Ben Smith guilty of cobalt charges

Suspended trainer Ben Smith has been found guilty of 10 charges regarding elevated cobalt levels, race day treatments and giving false evidence.

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Jordan Childs spends the night in hospital

Jockey Jordan Childs has spent the night in a Melbourne hospital after a post-race fall at Bendigo.

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NZ betting levy to be repealed

Racing minister Winston Peters says the betting levy in New Zealand is to be phased out to free up money for the industry.

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Apprentice Thompson escapes serious injury

Apprentice Aidin Thompson appears to have escaped serious injury after being taken to hospital following a two-horse fall at Beaudesert.

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Furrion to miss Melbourne Cup qualifier

Lindsay Park head trainer David Hayes is disappointed Furrion will not get his chance to race for a direct entry into the Melbourne Cup.

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Reloaded to run at Randwick before Atkins

Trainer Chris Waller will give Reloaded the same lead-up to the Group One J J Atkins as he did The Autumn Sun last year.

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The Candy Man to return to Brisbane

Fan favourite The Candy man is set to return to city racing after making it six straight wins in a Class Five at the Gold Coast.

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Brideoake to return to Sydney for inquiry

The inquiry into the scratching of Princess Jenni from the Adrian Knox Stakes is set to take place before Racing NSW stewards.

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Ciaron Maher considers wfa for Dubious

Trainer Ciaron Maher is considering running top two-year-old Dubious in the weight-for-age Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.

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John Allen to appeal Doomben suspension

Doomben Cup-winning jockey John Allen is likely to appeal his 13-day suspension for his ride in the Group One race.

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War of Will wins Preakness Stakes

War of Will has won the Preakness Stakes at Pimlico to give trainer Mark Caisse and jockey Tyler Gaffalione a first win in a Triple Crown race.

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Despatch gives Pannell maiden Group One

Adelaide jockey Todd Pannell has ridden his first Group One winner on Despatch for trainer Tony McEvoy to celebrate a home-town win in The Goodwood.

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Grey Lion stakes claim for Brisbane Cup

Grey Lion will now head to Queensland for the Brisbane Cup after claiming a second Sydney stakes win in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

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Etana Oaks bound after winning The Roses

Etana is a significant firmer in Queensland Oaks betting after landing a confident betting move in the Group Two The Roses at Doomben.

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Fidelia gives Ethan Brown a milestone win

Ethan Brown has outridden his metropolitan claim guiding Fidelia to victory in the So You Think Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

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Declares War wins at last for Matt Cumani

A start in the Queensland Derby remains a possibility for Declares War after he broke through for Matt Cumani in The Mahogany Challenge at Flemington.

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Tyzone storms into Stradbroke contention

Tyzone will attempt to become only the second horse to complete the BRC Sprint-Stradbroke Handicap double after his barnstorming victory at Doomben.

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Kenedna claims Group One WFA Doomben Cup

Co-trainer Ciaron Maher's great run in Group One races at Doomben has continued with Kenedna winning the Doomben Cup.

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Hostwin reigns supreme in Rosehill sprint

Gary Moore has labelled Hostwin Supreme the best sprinter he has trained after the three-year-old's win at Rosehill.

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