Joao Moreira rides five winners at Sha Tin on Sunday

‘Magic Man’ Joao Moreira lived up to his nickname once more at Sha Tin with a special five-timer on Sunday. The meeting went ahead only after being given a last-minute reprieve, as stringent new measures were brought in to tackle the spread of COVID-19 – with gatherings in Hong Kong limited to a maximum of four people. Source: Read Full […]

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Marquand stars again Down Under at Rosehill

Tom Marquand continued his golden spell in Australia by registering a Group race double at Rosehill on Saturday. The rider broke new ground when winning his first Group One at the track last week and while he was out of luck in the feature Tancred Stakes, he still won two decent events. Source: Read Full Article

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Nowra, Armidale tips: Mr Resilient full of confidence

When watching the replay of Mr Resilient’s debut run, it’s hard to see how he was going to run second 300m out, but his determination pleased trainer Amanda Turner. That run at Goulburn was over 1000m and on Sunday Turner has set him a task at Nowra in a Maiden Plate (1100m). “We were just hoping he’d do everything right,” […]

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Jimmy Quinn thankful for Lincoln win

Jimmy Quinn owes a lot to the Lincoln Handicap, because it gave him his first big-race win after he came out of the apprentice ranks. Victory on High Low for Skipton-born, Newmarket-based trainer William Haggas sent the then 24-year-old on his way to a long career – which is still going strong. Source: Read Full Article

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Five familiar names hoping to star at Rosehill in Australia

Jockey Tom Marquand has a Group One on the board for Great Britain as horse racing continues with coronavirus restrictions out in Australia. The Cheltenham-born sportsman won the Ranvet Stakes on the William Haggas-trained Addeybb last weekend. Marquand will be in action as Sydney racecourse Rosehill Gardens hosts nine races, including two at Group One level, on Saturday morning (UK […]

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English hoop making the most of isolation from home

English riding sensation Tom Marquand doesn’t have a problem with self-isolation — he has no other choice. Marquand, 21, returned to Sydney earlier this month and is living on his own in a rented apartment so he can ride through the autumn carnival including The Championships at Royal Randwick on April 4 and 11. He rode his career-first Group 1 […]

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Lunar Fox looks to buck trend

Normally when a two-year-old wins the 1400-metre group 2 Sires Produce Stakes its future lies over that distance and further. But Flemington scorer Lunar Fox is looking to buck that trend on Bendigo's rich Golden Mile race day. Lunar Fox scored at 25-1 under Brett Prebble for the O'Sullivans that day and the form has since been boosted by the […]

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The stable to help you get your SuperCoach fix

The sporting landscape has been denuded by the coronavirus pandemic, but racing continues and so does SuperCoach racing! Round four begins on Saturday and Rosehill is our focus with two Group Ones on the card and a strong supporting field around those. If studying the form is not your go, I have put the full field through my metric looking […]

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