New Zealand bred stayer Piazza San Pietro will use tomorrow’s inaugural Chemworks MTC Marathon (2500m) at Wagga as a stepping stone to the $100,000 Stayers Cup at Randwick on June 8. (16 May 2013) 4. SCONE: Scone Cup Next For Scream Machine
Apprentice Josh Cartwright won the third heat of Rising Stars series at Mornington on Tuesday to move into second place behind defending champion Ben Knobel. (8 May 2013) 15. WYONG: Gary Harley's Last Word
The Grafton July Carnival, used as an early step up the ladder for dual Group One winner Sincero when he was a two-year-old, will be the winter target for his young stablemate Mr Smart.
(7 May 2013) 17. KEMPSEY: Parramore Takes Easier Option
Machiavelli is 95 per cent sure of running run in tomorrow's (Monday) $15,000 Lew Howard Willow Tree Cup (1450m) but the talented gelding will need plenty of luck after drawing the "car park". (6 May 2013) 19. MORPHETTVILLE: Saturday 05/05/13 Review
Bargain buy Ideal Position faces a quick back-up from last week's Tamworth Cup into Sunday's $35,000 Gooree Cup at Mudgee but his trainer is confident the talented gelding will handle the challenge. (4 May 2013) 22. HAWKESBURY: Snowden Set To Dominate
A bargained priced filly from an unraced mare and by a sire that got short shrift from Darley could be the rising star among runners in the $25,000 Miss Finland for two year old fillies at Muswellbrook’s second biggest meeting of the year on Friday. (2 May 2013) 25. NEWCASTLE: Eagle Takes Flight For Steve Hodge
Second Effort became a legend of the Warrnambool carnival on Wednesday when he won at the famous three-day meeting for the fourth successive year, notching a second successive victory in the $1500,000 Wangoom Handicap.
(1 May 2013) 27. WAGGA: Baker On A Mission To Capture Town Plate
With the curtain closing at Randwick last Saturday on another autumn carnival in Sydney, country clubs host two top class carnivals at Warrnambool and Wagga this week.
(30 April 2013) 30. TAMWORTH: Big Day For Kassie Furness
Ballarat trainer Darren Weir and Melbourne horseman Ben Melham started the day off well when Success Dostta won the 2000 metre opening event at Morphettville on Saturday.
(29 April 2013) 35. TAREE: Racing Preview
It will be girl power to the fore when Gosford trainer Tina Rogers and top apprentice Jenny Duggan combine with Lonhro’s Star at Nowra this Sunday. (26 April 2013) 38. NEWCASTLE: Gary Harley's Last Word
Sydney trainers are set to dominate Saturday’s race meeting at Broadmeadow. With the track playing superbly, the Sydney-trained gallopers will be there in force with 50 per cent of acceptors trained in the Sydney region. (26 April 2013) 39. PORT MACQUARIE: Elkay Star Resumes
Ronald Broomhall has developed an ambitious plan for his talented sprinter Elkay Star and he takes the first step towards that goal when the four-year-old resumes in the BMW 3 Series M Sport Benchmark 69 (1000m) at Port Macquarie today. (26 April 2013) 40. WARRNAMBOOL: Imports Add Intrigue To May Carnival
Jess Taylor will be looking to extend the NSW lead in the National Apprentice Series when heat six of the 2013 series takes place at Gawler in South Australia on Anzac Day. (23 April 2013) 45. WAGGA: Al Ahmer On Trial For Wagga Cup
Jockey Paul Gatt and trainer Lloyd Kennewell started the day off in fine style when the first starter Ziggler won the opening event of 1000 metres on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.
(22 April 2013) 48. WYONG: Sincero Will Be Back In The Spring
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