Cotton Eye Joe Bursts Through For The Win

Cotton Eye Joe Bursts Through For The Win

Cotton Eye Joe headed to Warracknabeal for his first try at 2000m and relished the trip. Ridden by Harry Grace, Cotton Eye Joe was able to secure a spot 3 back on the fence and travelled beautifully throughout the race. Coming to the 400m mark Harry was able to angle...
Under The Bridge Jumps To Victory

Under The Bridge Jumps To Victory

Under The Bridge contested the Mark Primmer Memorial Steeplechase on his home track at Warrnambool where he put in a faultless display of jumping. Ridden by in form jockey Aaron Kuru, Under The Bridge settled midfield for the 3450m journey around the unique...
Star Stock A Maiden No Longer

Star Stock A Maiden No Longer

Star Stock is a maiden no longer. Having his 6th race start for the stable Star Stock was able to notch up his maiden victory in fine style at Geelong Racecourse. Star Stock ridden by Blaike McDougall was able to work his way to the front from the wide gate over the...
Elvison too good at Casterton

Elvison too good at Casterton

The winning combination of Elvison. Aaron Kuru and the live hedges continued at Casterton on Sunday as Elvison lumped 73kg to a 1.75 length victory. Again, like his previous start over the live hedges, Elvison put on a dashing display of jumping. He took the corners...
Tolemac and Bazini tough it out at Hamilton

Tolemac and Bazini tough it out at Hamilton

Tuesday racing headed to Hamilton for a bumper card of ten races. Six of those being jumps and the remaining four for the flat. Tolemac (pictured) got a much deserved win in the maiden hurdle. After going down narrowly at his previous two starts, Tolemac had to show a...
Britannicus blitzes his rivals in the Australian Steeple

Britannicus blitzes his rivals in the Australian Steeple

Britannicus certainly made amends for his narrow defeat in the Brierly with a convincing victory in the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown on Sunday. Britannicus and rider Aaron Lynch put on a faultless display of jumping before running away with a six length victory...

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