Mile to suit Melting Point

Trainer Leticia Dragon has predicted a better future over more ground for her Vital Equine (Ire) 4yo gelding Melting Point following a 1400m victory at Kranji.

The former Perth galloper won at Ascot in February 2017 for trainer Jessica Valas before transferring to Singapore. “He should be even better over…

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Chix cheer-squad at Ascot

An excited all-girls syndicate have G2 Karrakatta Plate plans for their promising grey colt Chix Pic.

The Patronize debutant was very impressive winning the TABTouch Plate (1000m) in front of some boisterous owners at Ascot on Wednesday.  He tracked King Of Planets and then eased off heels to overhaul the…

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Better barrier for Silent Sedition

Trainer Andrew Noblet believes Silent Sedition only needs a shade more luck than last year in Saturday’s Group 1 Coolmore Classic (1500m) at Rosehill.

The daughter of Yarradale Stud champion War Chant (USA) has drawn ideally in barrier 7 – she endured a tough run from barrier 18 before going…

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Milne Feeds Interview – Bellbridge Park

Siobhan Campbell started her working life as a nurse but has always been involved in horses.

And those skills have come in very handy at Bellbridge Park in Myalup.  “My husband Michael bred a couple of backyard foals and trained a few racehorses whilst dairy farming but after a bit…

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Walsh rides rollercoaster at Amelia Park

Amelia Park’s interstate gallopers Samovare and Petrology are knocking on the door for more black-type wins with Lindsay Park.

Samovare (Savabeel) has been runner-up in both starts at Group 3 level this year for Amelia Park owner Peter Walsh.  She filled out a Sunspeed quinella behind Silent Sedition (War Chant)…

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Stakes winner No.15 for Viscount

Miracle Man provided former Oakland Park sire Viscount with a posthumous black-type victory in the LR Lex Piper Stakes (1600m) on Saturday.

The Adam Durrant-trained gelding is the 15th stakes winner by Viscount.

Miracle Man began his career with a Belmont double last August and was getting up to a mile…

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Winning Zone for Proart

Dropping back from 1800m was the point of difference for Prozone in the Mandurah Mail Maiden (1500m) on Thursday.

Trainer David Harrison elected to bring him back from a front-running second to Perceptive Miss (Blackfriars) at Ascot last month and that paid dividends at Pinjarra.  Always in the firing line…

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Lightning strikes for Oakland Park

Lightning is likely to strike twice for Oakland Park Stud with the Sepoy – Beauty World filly that was knocked down for $400,000 at the Inglis Melbourne Premier Sale last week.

She’s a half-sister to stakes-winners Lite’n In My Veins, Hi World, Loveyamadly & Ducimus and was the top-priced filly…

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Singh salutes with Gingerbread Man

Singapore owner Joe Singh landed his latest winner by Group 1 sire Gingerbread Man when Bahama Mama scored again at York on Labour Day.

The Dan Morton-trained 3yo filly improved her strike-rate to 3 wins from 4 starts in the Cyril Screaigh Memorial Hcp (1100m). Ridden for the first time…

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Thompson sky-high with Santos

You have to hand it to Craig Thompson…he’s keen.

The West Australian shipping services owner was making his 32nd trip to the east coast last Saturday to watch one of his horse’s race and, on the previous 31 occasions, had pulled up short.

It was clear sailing this time though as…

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