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Abbott Chases Homecoming Double

Eagle Farm trainer Lauren Abbott is confident Kievann can improve sharply and give her the first leg of a homecoming feature double by winning the $100,000 Cleveland Bay Handicap at Townsville. Abbott has taken six horses to north Queensland for the rich carnival on Thursday and Saturday and has already tasted success with Gold Symphony[...]
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Wells Wins Third Mosstrooper Steeple

Champion jumper Wells has won his third consecutive Mosstrooper Steeplechase at Pakenham. Having his first start since June and his first over jumps this year, the Kathryn Durden-trained 11-year-old was ridden by Richard Cully in Sunday’s 3500m-race. Wells ($3.40) settled back in the field in the slowly run event with Cully moving him into striking[...]
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Qld Stewards Strict On New Time Rule

Queensland stewards have shown they are determined to enforce the new rule on the time feature race runners must arrive at meetings by fining two of the state’s biggest stables. Trainer Toby Edmonds and Chris Waller’s Queensland manager Paul Shailer were fined $1000 with $500 suspended for 12 months on Saturday. They pleaded guilty to[...]
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Matt Mcgillivray Outed For Cup Ride

Queensland Cup-winning jockey Matt McGillivray has been suspended for 11 days for causing interference in the Listed race. McGillivray, who rode the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Azuro to win Saturday’s 3200m-race, was found guilty of causing interference to Dhoukan and Social Element at the 1500m. He is already set to serve a suspension which[...]
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Maximum Security Wins Haskell

Maximum Security has captured the $1 million Haskell Invitational and, unlike the Kentucky Derby, survived a steward’s inquiry. His win at Monmouth capped a long day which included a major delay triggered by intense heat and safety concerns for the horses and riders, leading to the cancellation of six races. When racing resumed around 6pm,[...]
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