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Fiorente and Damien Oliver win the Australian Cup on Saturday. Photo: Vince Caligiuri Fiorente, with Gai Waterhouse and Damien Oliver in supporting roles, should be the focus of the promotional strategy for this year's autumn racing carnival, which
It was the first Australian Cup victory in the storied career of jockey Damien Oliver, who has now notched up his 101st Group One victory. Until this week he had been riding under the assumption that he was two short of the century, but after some
Gai Waterhouse on her way to front the Racing NSW investigation into the More Joyous saga last May...Photo: Peter Rae The stoush that rocked Sydney racing last autumn appears to be finally over. Racing NSW on Thursday afternoon announced it will not
Silver Slipper hope Risen From Doubt scores at Flemington. Photo: Pat Scala Tony McEvoy has taken a leaf out of the Gai Waterhouse playbook, copying the Pierro preparation for the Golden Slipper for his two-year-old colt Risen From Doubt.
Damien Oliver riding Fiorente, left, defeats Steven Arnold riding Mourayan in the Peter Young Stakes...The horse has been targeted by Ascot authorities and his versatility could result in his contesting group 1 races at either end of the distance
Rubick and filly Earthquake have not scared off rivals in Saturday's $1 million Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield. A full field of 16 runners nominated today, with Statue Of Liberty the first emergency as the 17th entry. Rubick and Earthquake,
Master racing vet Percy Sykes dead at 93 Posted January 13, 2014 21:59:32 Percy Sykes, the vet who saved the life of racing legend Tulloch and pioneered modern veterinary practice in Australian racing, has died in a Sydney hospital aged 93. Sykes,
McDonald is ready for a big lift in his workload with both Darley and Gai Waterhouse lining up to give the Kiwi whiz more rides. The Daily Telegraph can reveal McDonald is set to wear Darley's maroon and white colours on a regular basis once John O'
In the space of 15 minutes, Gai Waterhouse picked up the top two lots from the Magic Millions sale train as a Redoute's Choice colt out Hades became 2014's first $1 million yearling on Friday. The sale of the Redoute's Choice colt was set up in the
Queenslander Oakleigh Girl emerged as the big firmer following this morning's barrier draw for the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic. Unencumbered was the last horse drawn out and barrier three was the only remaining number. TattsBet trimmed him