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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.

Racing inquiry held behind closed doors

After a submission from his legal representative, trainer Jarrod McLean is facing Victorian horse-racing stewards behind closed doors.

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McLean RV inquiry held behind closed doors

After a submission from his legal representative, trainer Jarrod McLean is facing Victorian stewards behind closed doors.

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Ballistic Boy to carry Anderson's banner

Trainer Chris Anderson has sent promising Profit for a spell and will rely on Ballistic Boy for the rest of the spring.

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Eric to repay Kendrick's faith in Guineas

Trainer Stuart Kendrick hopes his decision not to sell Eric The Eel to Hong Kong will be rewarded in the Caulfield Guineas.

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Just Thinkin' ready for Champion test

Tulloch Lodge three-year-old Just Thinkin' will be shooting to achieve a feat his big brother could not by winning the Group One Spring Champion Stakes.

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Tarrant returns after being stood down

Queensland jockey Luke Tarrant has seven rides at two meetings as he returns after being stood down by stewards two months ago.

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Spectroscope to return to city racing

Much-travelled Spectroscope is ready to make his return at Eagle Farm after missing the winter carnival with a setback.

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Guineas hope The Holy One faces vet check

Stewards have reported Caulfield Guineas entrant The Holy One has heat in his near fore hoof and will be reassessed by veterinarians on race eve.

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Godolphin buys brother to Golden Horn

Sheikh Mohammed and Godolphin have once again grabbed the headlines on day two of the Tattersalls October Sale at Newmarket.

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Richard Pegum buys into Cup hope Mustajeer

Prominent owner Richard Pegum is the new part-owner of leading imported Cups contender Mustajeer after securing a 25 per cent share in an online auction.

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Lees checks in with Mustajeer at Werribee

International Cups contender Mustajeer has continued his progression to his first Australian assignment in a gallop with fellow import Torcedor at Werribee.

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McLean directed to attend stewards hearing

Racing Victoria stewards will open inquiries following charges laid by Victoria Police's Sporting Intelligence Unit against three registered people.

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McDonald rates Southbank a promising filly

Leading jockey James McDonald is adamant his Thousand Guineas mount Southbank is a big-race winner in waiting.

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Nature Strip snares $14m Everest ticket

James Harron Bloodstock has handed sprinter Nature Strip a ticket in the $14 million Everest, leaving just three slots yet to be decided.

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Rent A Rock can earn Victoria Derby spot

Rent A Rock is an outsider with punters in the Spring Champion Stakes but trainer Danny Williams believes the 2000 metres will play in his favour.

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Kelly sets sights on winter for Take Tea

Trainer Les Kelly is already looking to next winter with Ipswich winner Take Tea who scored a last-stride win.

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Date set for Qld Derby inquiry resumption

Stewards are ready to reopen the inquiry into jockey Corey Brown's fall in the Queensland Derby.

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Trekking on target for G2 Schillaci Stakes

Stradbroke Handicap winner Trekking is one of the headline horses in the Schillaci Stakes at Caulfield, with the winner to be offered a spot in The Everest.

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Wyndspelle chases maiden G1 in Toorak Hcp

Windspelle has returned to Melbourne for a second shot at the spring carnival and will take his place in the Group One Toorak Handicap at Caulfield.

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Ken Keys with another chance in G1 Guineas

Cranbourne trainer Ken Keys admits he does not know how good lightly raced Soul Patch is but believes he deserves his chance in the Group One Caulfield Guineas.

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Suzuka Devious shoots for Caulfield Stakes

Japan's Suzuka Devious is one of four international gallopers having their first Australian starts in the Group One Caulfield Stakes.

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Banned trainer Weir faces cruelty charges

Former racehorse trainer Darren Weir has been charged with animal cruelty, conspiracy and weapons offences following raids on his stables.

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A snapshot of trainer Darren Weir's career

A timeline of Darren Weir's rise from humble beginnings to Australia's leading racehorse trainer before his sudden fall from grace.

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RV shoots down call to move Melbourne Cup

Racing Victoria has no plans to break with almost 150 years of tradition by rescheduling the Melbourne Cup, chairman Brian Kruger says.

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Cellarman to continue family's winning run

The Chris Waller-trained Cellarman has indicated he is ready to match the recent win of his little sister Cellarmaid.

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