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The Anthony and Sam Freedman stable will keep a watch on the weather and track conditions before deciding if Philosopher will take his place at Cranbourne. The lightly raced son of Zoustar is scheduled …

Forgot You will return to his favourite track to kick-start his latest campaign and in the process edge towards a start in the Cox Plate. The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young trained galloper …

The stable of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott could count their morning’s work at the Warwick Farm trials as well worthwhile after training the first three over the line in …

A three-year-old by Northern Hemisphere timing but eligible in Australia as a four-year-old, Light Infantry will now set course for Sydney with trainer David Simcock noting the $7.5 million Golden Eagle …

Trainer Cliff Brown says former Singapore galloper The Inferno looks like a woolly bear but is also looking forward to the spring prospects of the sprinter. The Inferno won at his second start after relocating …

Mr Brightside has announced himself as a spring contender with a dogged first-up victory at Caulfield. The Ben and J D Hayes-trained galloper took out the Group 2 P B Lawrence …

He put the writing on the wall with a dominant three length victory at Kensington on debut and the John O’Shea prepared Zoukerino ($6.50) has taken the next step by winning …

Archie Alexander will be in the good books at home with his wife Annie sharing in the ownership of Caulfield winner Bound For Home. Trainer Archie Alexander conceded he was being …

Giga Kick has provided former picnic turned jumps jockey Clayton Douglas with his first Group race win as trainer taking out the Vain Stakes at Caulfield. Victory in the Group 3 1100m …

The Chris Waller-trained five-year-old was too strong for race favourite Titanium Power ($2.60F) by one length, with stablemate to the winner Oscar Zulu ($5) a further length and a quarter back in …