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Tralee Rose kicks off campaign with a win

Tralee Rose kicks off campaign with a win

Promising 4yo mare Tralee Rose kicked off her campaign with an impressive maiden victory at Warrnambool on Thursday. After showing promise as a late 3yo over the staying trips, Tralee Rose looks to have a bright future ahead after beating her rivals convincingly over...

Maiden win for Auld Regret

Maiden win for Auld Regret

Auld Regret backed up her eye catching 3rd on debut with an impressive win at Ararat on Monday. She jumped well but took a couple of strides to muster speed which seen her settle back in an awkward position. Dean Yendall was able to build into the race nicely...

Mischa overcomes home straight difficulties

Mischa overcomes home straight difficulties

It was a great result for Mischa getting the win on the board at Hamilton on Monday. It wasn't all smooth sailing, after pulling her shoe on the way to the barriers, she passed a re-shoe and vet check before being loaded into the gates. First up after a long break, on...

2019/2020 OUR BEST SEASON YET

2019/2020 OUR BEST SEASON YET

WILDE RACING HAD THEIR BEST SEASON YET WITH 86 WINNERS!! THESE ACHIEVEMENTS COULDN'T BE DONE WITH OUR WONDERFUL STAFF WHO WORK SO HARD BEHIND THE SCENES. OF COURSE WE WOULD LIKE TO THANK OUR OWNERS WHO HAVE CONTINUED TO SUPPORT THE STABLE. WE ALSO WELCOME ALL THE NEW...

Glassey Miss wins narrowly at Cranbourne

Glassey Miss wins narrowly at Cranbourne

Glassey Miss was successful at Cranbourne last Wednesday winning by the smallest of margins. She was given a lovely ride by Daniel Moor just off the speed. Coming into the straight, she never looked as though she was going to win but the last 50m she dug deep and got...

Warracknabeal success for Tee Train

Warracknabeal success for Tee Train

Tee Train was back in the winners circle at Warracknabeal on Monday after a frustrating time for the owners. They have been very patient while we tinkered with gear and trying to get Tee Train to settle in his races. Although he is bred to run a trip, he tends to...

Maiden jumps win for Britannicus

Maiden jumps win for Britannicus

Britannicus broke his maiden status over the hurdles at Casterton on Sunday winning by an easy five lengths. He was given a lovely ride by stable jumps jockey Ronan Short who has had a bit to do with the horse and his jumping education. Britannicus has been a working...

Glassey Miss bounces back at Donald

Glassey Miss bounces back at Donald

Promising 3yo filly Glassey Miss returned to her best at Donald on Saturday. She was given a lovely ride by Daniel Moor and we knew if she was feeling well she would prove hard to beat. With that win under her belt and only a month left of her 3yo career we will head...

Starlover, Caliburn and Bombshell Belle weekend winners

Starlover, Caliburn and Bombshell Belle weekend winners

Starlover and Caliburn were winners on Casterton Cup Day whilst Bombshell Belle travelled to Swan Hill on Sunday for an impressive win in the last on their cup day. Starlover (pictured) had taken great improvement from her first start at Casterton into her second...

Pre race mishap no worries for Ammoudi Bay

Pre race mishap no worries for Ammoudi Bay

Dislodging jockey Mark Zahra on the way to the barriers at Ballarat on Sunday was no concern for Ammoudi Bay. In fact it may have just aided to his winning chances as the little prelim took the edge off Ammoudi Bay which then allowed him to settle just off the speed....

Britannicus wins Jericho Cup Qualifier

Britannicus wins Jericho Cup Qualifier

Britannicus put in a great performance at Stawell last Friday with a terrific win in the 3600m staying test. He was given an absolute peach of a ride by Jarrod Fry who gave Britannicus every chance to stay the 3600m. The horse travelled into the race that strongly,...

20 runners over 4 days resulted in 2 winners and 13 top four finishes

20 runners over 4 days resulted in 2 winners and 13 top four finishes

It was a busy end to the week for Wilde Racing as we saddled up 20 runners from Thursday through to Sunday. Of those twenty runners, two were at group 3 level in SA and only five missed a top four finish. Our first winner came at Geelong on Friday with Paddy Mac. He...

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