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Jackson Murphy Takes Next Career Step

Apprentice jockey Jackson Murphy has picked up some key rides as he begins the next phase of his career at Doomben. Murphy rode with success in the NSW Northern Rivers before joining Eagle Farm trainer Chris Anderson last year. He has been riding at the Gold Coast on most Saturdays and the metropolitan midweek meetings[...]
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Jag Guthmann-Chester Rides For Waller

Leading Queensland apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester has a rare opportunity to ride for champion trainer Chris Waller at Doomben. Waller usually books senior jockeys for his horses in Queensland but has decided to use Guthmann-Chester’s 2kg claim on Religify on Saturday. Religify has been handicapped with 63kg in the Open Handicap (1640m). The gelding is a[...]
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Jag Guthmann-Chester Rides For Waller

Leading Queensland apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester has a rare opportunity to ride for champion trainer Chris Waller at Doomben. Waller usually books senior jockeys for his horses in Queensland but has decided to use Guthmann-Chester’s 2kg claim on Religify on Saturday. Religify has been handicapped with 63kg in the Open Handicap (1640m). The gelding is a[...]
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Jag Guthmann-Chester Rides For Waller

Leading Queensland apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester has a rare opportunity to ride for champion trainer Chris Waller at Doomben. Waller usually books senior jockeys for his horses in Queensland but has decided to use Guthmann-Chester’s 2kg claim on Religify on Saturday. Religify has been handicapped with 63kg in the Open Handicap (1640m). The gelding is a[...]
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Long-Range Plan For Miss Exfactor

Smart filly Miss Exfactor will take another step in a long-range plan when she runs at Doomben. The Tony Gollan-trained filly will be attempting to make it three wins on end since a spell when she tackles Saturday’s 3YO Handicap (1100m). Miss Exfactor had been entered for Sydney and Brisbane but Gollan elected to stay[...]
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Jag Guthmann-Chester Rides For Waller

Leading Queensland apprentice Jag Guthmann-Chester has a rare opportunity to ride for champion trainer Chris Waller at Doomben. Waller usually books senior jockeys for his horses in Queensland but has decided to use Guthmann-Chester’s 2kg claim on Religify on Saturday. Religify has been handicapped with 63kg in the Open Handicap (1640m). The gelding is a[...]
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Desleigh Forster Chases Two Centre Double

Veteran galloper Someday has trialled well enough to boost trainer Desleigh Forster’s confidence she can have a two-centre double in two days. On Friday, Forster will be in Rockhampton where she thinks smart sprinter Too Good To Refuse has a top chance in the $100,000 Newmarket. She will be back in Brisbane on Saturday when[...]
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Lane Out To Reduce Deficit In Title Race

Craig Williams has surged ahead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership but Damian Lane will not be giving up without a fight. A winning treble to Williams at Sandown on Wednesday sent the six-time premiership winner five wins clear until Lane pegged one back in the final race. Lane gets the opportunity to chip away at[...]
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Sarrasin To Run In America Sooner Than Planned

Sarrasin’s American campaign will begin earlier than planned with the six-year-old to run in a 1600m-race at Belmont with Melbourne jockey Regan Bayliss to ride. Trainer Richard Freedman has the Sword Dancer Invitational at Saratoga on August 25 as a Group One target in the United States. He and the owners had originally targeted a[...]
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Jackson Morris Victory Short-Lived

Jackson Morris has briefly celebrated his first Sydney win for some years before having it taken away in the stewards’ room at Canterbury and copping an 11-meeting suspension and $500 fine. Morris, who has spent most of the past decade in Queensland, was first past the post on the Jim and Greg Lee-trained See The[...]
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Williams Rides Winning Treble At Sandown

Craig Williams has taken a big step in his quest for a seventh Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with a winning treble at Sandown. Williams started Wednesday’s meeting two wins ahead of Damian Lane and victories on Ben Hercules, Legale and Villardo in consecutive races in the first half of the meeting shot the star jockey five[...]
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Pair Of Juvenile Winners For Tulloch Lodge

As the season draws to a close, the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable has showcased a couple of talented rising three-year-olds to win both juvenile events at Canterbury. Echo Gem won Wednesday’s fillies division over 1250 metres while Master Ash reigned supreme among the colts and geldings. Waterhouse’s association with Echo Gem’s family goes[...]
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Tony Gollan Passes Milestone With Treble

Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan has brought up a milestone and given himself a chance at another with a winning treble at Ipswich. Gollan reached 1000 wins with Capital Connection ($1.30) and Prue’s Angel ($1.65) and Natch ($2.90) to his tally on Wednesday. He now has 82 city-class winners for the season and now has[...]
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Rhythm To Spare Runs In Third Winter Cship

Eight-year-old Rhythm To Spare will be trying for the third time to win a Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington. Rhythm To Spare has finished fifth in the past two editions of the Listed 1600m race at Flemington which is one of the highlights of winter racing in Melbourne. The Mike Moroney-trained gelding goes into[...]
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Gary Doughty Gets First City Winner

Former Group One winning jockey Gary Doughty has had his first metropolitan win as a trainer with Bold Warrior at Ipswich. Doughty retired from riding 18 years ago after suffering an eye injury in a fall. He has since been stable foreman for his wife Kelly Doughty but took out his own trainer’s licence last[...]
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Lauren Herne Going All Out To Achieve Goal

Eagle Farm trainer Lauren Herne is preparing to head north for the winter carnivals but hopes to first achieve a goal in Brisbane. The wife of Brisbane trainer Brad Herne, Lauren Herne has been training in her own right for several months. She is a former accomplished jockey who rode more than 200 winners, mainly[...]
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Mott Predicts Good Future For Humma Humma

Fresh from bringing up a century of winners for the season, Jamie Mott has scored a satisfying win at Sandown on lightly raced two-year-old filly Humma Humma. Mott brought up his 100th and 101st winners of the season at Geelong on Tuesday and continued the momentum in the opening race on Wednesday on the John[...]
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