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Blinkers have done the trick for much improved mare Kellyville Flyer.
Caravan issued a penalty; A Super time to nominate for Vobis; Hales a feature of Waller's Melbourne success; Precedence primed for Cup treble
Mastercraftsman and Sea The Stars, a pair of exceptional young sires in Europe this year, throw the spotlight on a youngster to be offered at New Zealand Bloodstock’s ReadyTo Run 2YO Sale at Karaka on November 19 and 20.
As if to echo their historic Australian Sires' Premiership quinella, Redoute's Choice and his son Snitzel each has a runner in Saturday's $3 million MVRC W.S. Cox Plate G1.
Fleeting Melbourne visit for Atacama; Bell happy with Mosse; Oliver confirms cup mount; Kiwi cup hope thriving; Terravista on the big stage.
A start in the Gr.2 Coupland’s Bakeries Mile is on the line for Group One winner Albany Reunion when he makes his return from a setback at Ellerslie on Saturday.
While the Caulfield Cup was the main point of focus last Saturday, eight other stakes races were conducted throughout the ten event card.
Keith Melrose gives a full appraisal of Champions Day, as well as some absent champions.
Samoan rugby league trio Reni Maitua, Tautau Moga and Sauaso Sue have each been fined $10,000 over their involvement in a Brisbane brawl.
A-League champions Brisbane Roar aren't missing key duo Besart Berisha and Ivan Franjic, according to vice-captain Shane Stefanutto.
April 2013 Miracle Mile winner Baby Bling has been retired.
Hunter Valley trainer Shane Tritton will return to Queensland on Thursday in preparation for Saturday night's first Grand Circuit race of the season at Albion Park.