Gillian Heinrich trains impressive winner
Impressive Fuji Flyer has given trainer Gillian Heinrich a reason to celebrate a successful return to racing with a Gold Coast win.
Former New Zealand colt Tavisan is being put on a path to the Group One Caulfield Guineas, starting with the McKenzie Stakes.
A successful plan to take the stress out of a recent trip to Sydney for Bergerac has him ready to return to Queensland racing at the Sunshine Coast
Exceptional sprinter Menari has been added to this season’s stallion roster at Newgate Farm after having his retirement hastened by injury.
Connections of Jameka have made the decision to retire the multiple Group One-winning mare.
Sydney jockey Tim Clark has made the trip to Victoria to ride Shoals in a Cranbourne barrier trial in preparation for the mare’s spring return.
Unbeaten colt Graff will put his credentials for Group One three-year-old races on show when he makes his return in the San Domenico Stakes at Rosehill.
The McKenzie Stakes at Moonee Valley will be the launching pad for Mr Sneaky on his path towards another crack at the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes.
After a maiden win at Gawler, the Tony McEvoy-trained Hikaya will chase a Melbourne city win at Sandown over 1400m.
Racing NSW stewards have given permission for Chatauqua to run in a race day barrier trial as connections pursue his reinstatement to racing.
Redzel has won a barrier trial at Rosehill as he prepares for his defence of the $13 million Everest while favourite Trapeze Artist has run a pleasing fourth.
The Listed McKenzie Stakes for three-year-old colts and geldings has attracted 20 nominations including impressive debut winner Brutal.
Winter star Dio D’Oro will be one of three stakes runners for trainer Gary Portelli at Rosehill.
Damien Oliver has won his ninth Scobie Breasley Medal for riding excellence at the annual Victorian Trainer and Jockey awards.
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