Star filly She Will Reign has had the ideal start to her autumn carnival campaign cruising into second place in her first public trial at Warwick Farm on Monday.
Trainer Matt Dunn is likely to map out a Stradbroke Handicap campaign for Care To Think after his new stable star stretched his winning run to five with victory in the $1m Magic Millions Cup(1400m) at the Gold Coast last Saturday.
Luke Morgan and Josh Oliver combined to notch a double at Glen Innes on Saturday and will be hoping their racing ‘stampede’ continues again at Gunnedah on Tuesday.
Nyngan trainer Rodney Robb is quietly assembling his troops to tackle the $50,000 NSW Picnic Champion Series Final run at Dubbo during the spring.
Pat Webster has mapped out the formative stages for Happy Clapper’s autumn campaign, with the gelding to have an abbreviated approach to the Doncaster Mile.
TAFE NSW Enrolment Day will be held at Richmond College on Tuesday (16th January) for College-based courses that are delivered by Australian Racing and Equine Academy.
It has been a busy 48 hours for Caulfield trainer Henry Dwyer filled with finalising arrangements and familiarising himself with new racing stock as he takes on many of the soon-to-be stood down Robert Smerdon and Stuart Webb’s horses.
The Gold Coast Turf Club is expected to push for an upgrade of its two-year-old race leading into the Magic Millions Classic.
Brilliant filly Sunlight is primed to become the first filly to complete the Magic Millions Classic-Golden Slipper double after her blistering win the $2 million first leg at the Gold Coast.