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Racing News

  1. New trainer works for Finbar Abbey

    Eight-year-old pacer Finbar Abbey shaped for a prosperous feature events campaign when he scored an upset win for his new trainer Ross Olivieri in tonight's $40,000 Easter Cup (2902m) at Gloucester Park.

  2. Prentice banned for Oaks

    Reinsman Kim Prentice has received a 28-day suspension and been replaced by Ryan Warwick behind Racey American in tonight's Garrards WA Oaks Prelude (2536m) at Gloucester Park.

  3. Kalgoorlie Cup meets Queen

    Kalgoorlie Cup meets Queen

    The Kalgoorlie-Boulder Racing Club views the change of dates for the Kalgoorlie Cup as an opportunity to reinvigorate one of WA's most iconic sporting events.

  4. Staeck has chance to right wrongs

    Staeck has chance to right wrongs

    Stewards have given Daniel Staeck the chance to be back riding at the multi-million dollar Ascot carnival later this year if the leading jockey can clean-up his drug habit.

  5. Ryan youngsters to continue trend in Randwick Stakes

    Gerald Ryan's record with two-year-olds this season is second to none - and he's not finished yet.

  6. Taylor devises new plans for Magnifisio

    Simon Miller's decision to push ahead with a Queensland campaign for Railway Stakes runner-up Platinum Rocker has forced rival trainer Jim Taylor to revise his autumn program for high-class mare Magnifisio.

  7. Life's a beach for Smith and her patients

    Life's a beach for Smith and her patients

    Serpentine trainer Stephanie Smith's beachwork regime has New Zealand import Dundee Three back on track for Perth feature events after injuries threatened to end his career.

  8. Stent top gal on the Goldfields with quintet

    At just 19 years of age, Emma Stent pulled off a feat most jockeys can only dream of achieving.

  9. Peters eyes the Railway

    Peters eyes the Railway

    Connections of WATC Derby (2400m) winner Respondent will look to harness the three-year-old's explosive turn of foot by aiming him at the $1 million Railway Stakes (1600m).

  10. Hall puts Quinnie's comeback on hold

    Trainer Gary Hall has scratched Im Themightyquinn from Thursday night's Easter Cup (2902m) at Gloucester Park and the champion's comeback is on hold for two weeks.

  11. Certerach possible for Melbourne Cup

    Certerach possible for Melbourne Cup

    Trainer Mick Halford has the Melbourne Cup in mind for Certerach who beat Cavalryman to win the Gold Cup in Dubai.



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