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Sir Dragonet sets sights on Queen Elizabeth Stakes

Ciaron Maher is planning on his Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet becoming the pre-eminent weight-for-age performer in the country at a middle distance. Maher said the style of Sir Dragonet’s Cox Plate win at what was the former Irish galloper’s Australian debut suggested it was an attainable goal. “That was a star-studded Cox Plate field […]

Significance to target Summer Cup at Randwick

Frankel entire Significance has continued his summer form surge and added valuable black-type to his pedigree with a dominant display in the Christmas Cup at Randwick. Bred to southern hemisphere time, Significance sold for $1.1 million at the 2018 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale where he was purchased by Domeland. Clare Cunningham took over his training […]

Annabel Neasham to test Turboart in the Inglis Nursery

Less than two months after snapping up Turboart at a Ready To Race sale, Annabel Neasham will saddle up the youngster in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery. A son of first season sire Flying Artie, Neasham paid $140,000 for the half-brother to stakes winner Petits Filous and says he has done everything right since joining the […]

Villiers Stakes purse does not reflect status

Long considered one of the three big Randwick miles, the Villiers Stakes guarantees the winner a Doncaster Mile start but it has been left languishing in terms of prize money. With the introduction of a raft of $1 million races during the back-end of the Sydney spring, the $250,000 Villiers Stakes purse does not reflect […]

Gerald Ryan sets sights on Magic Millions Guineas with Ellsberg

Up-and-coming exciting colt Ellsberg could also be Magic Millions-bound after demolishing his rivals in Saturday‚Äôs Precise Air Handicap (1500m). Group placed in the Spring Stakes at Newcastle at his previous start, Ellsberg dominated throughout for Tim Clark, reviving memories of his sire Spill The Beans. Spill The Beans was also trained by Gerald Ryan and […]

Gleneagles on track for Ladbrokes Plate at Moonee Valley

Trent Busuttin knows from personal experience the high standard of horse needed to win the Ladbrokes Plate for two-year-olds at The Valley and he is hopeful Gleneagles proves the right fit. Last year the Busuttin and Natalie Young stable produced Tagaloa to win the 1000 metre race and three months later he took out the […]