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15 November 2018 8:42 AM 'Legs like jelly': Davis' Open defence stalls after nervous start

"I was trying really hard, probably a little bit too hard. I was a little bit nervous obviously. As soon as I heard my name on the first tee the legs were a little bit like jelly and I tried a little too hard probably. "I was fine up until that point and it's something I need to get used to I guess. Other than that start I played a pretty good round 30

11 November 2018 7:39 AM Federal winner flags golden link with Canberra track star

Corey Lamb produced a stunning final hole to win the men's, pinching the title by one shot from Charlie Dann. For Kim it was a far more comfortable win, leading from the opening round to add to her victory at the Youth Olympics in Argentina. That gold medal earned her the right to carry the Australian flag at the closing ceremony. "[Keely] was the opening 30

10 November 2018 7:48 AM Loyalty repaid: Barrier rogue overcomes issues

''We put him through the barriers up at Gai Waternouse's at Randwick, he had got banned from racing for the second time for barrier manners. He had been going through as good as gold and then one day he went berserk, flipped over, thrashed around and smashed all the gates to bits. He broke three ribs and crushed a vertebrae. Loyalty Man scored narrowly 34

9 November 2018 1:00 PM Broken leg puts Lawless within touch of ACT Sport Hall of Fame

He's widely regarded as one of Australia's best ever touch players, which will be recognised by his induction into the hall of fame on November 30. "Obviously it's an honour. I grew up playing footy in Canberra, lived in Canberra all my life, and in my time there were people like Bradley Clyde, Ricky Stuart, they were plying their trade in rugby league 32

9 November 2018 7:12 AM Exhilarates the face of generation next for Godolphin

Exhilarates just edges Lindsay Park’s colt Sebrakate out at the top of betting. Sebrakate has won twice in Adelaide and is also targeting the Gold Coast. He is at $2.60 with Kiamichi, another filly from James Cummings’ blue army, at $6. “He has got the winning feeling but obviously Sydney is another level,” Lindsay Park co-trainer Tom Dabernig said of Sebrakate 16

9 November 2018 6:35 AM Chloe Hosking nominated for cycling's moment of the year

Such a big deal, in fact, that it has seen Chloe Hosking shortlisted for the Australian Cycling Moment of the Year award. Hosking couldn't contain her excitement when she crossed the line to claim gold in the 112.2 kilometre road race at the Commonwealth Games on the Gold Coast in April. The win on home soil will go down as one of the greatest moments 14

5 November 2018 7:51 AM Gosden looks to finish golden year by breaking Melbourne Cup jinx

Trainer John Gosden has a remarkable year - winning the Ascot Gold Cup, the Arc De Triomphe and Breeders' Cup turf - but his greatest achievement could come at Flemington on Tuesday if Muntahaa can break the English jinx in the Melbourne Cup. Cracksman, Enable and Roaring Lion will fight out the horse of the year title in Europe, and all carried the Gosden 22

2 November 2018 5:30 AM Baker rolls out stable newcomer Drachenfels to start summer turnaround

Bjorn Baker has had what he calls, politely, “a slow spring” but some new blood into the stable in former Godolphin five-year-old Drachenfels might be the start of the turnaround at Rosehill on Saturday. Baker didn’t know much about Drachenfels when he went to a tried horse auction on the Gold Coast but, after looking at the form, he seemed to be the right 21

1 November 2018 6:25 AM Crowley hopes to strike Cup gold at first attempt

"I went to Bendigo, had a few spins around there. I made a good start, and I’m looking forward to Tuesday," he said. "I’m riding Quafila for David Hayes. I’m riding a bit of trackwork, trials there (Flemington) on Friday morning. I’ve got a few rides on Cup Day as well." Muntahaa, a son of Dansili, was a very highly-regarded younger horse who seemed 12

31 October 2018 12:02 AM Star hoop to ride veteran stayer in the Melbourne Cup

Star jockey Ben Melham has been engaged to ride veteran stayed Who Shot Thebarman in the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday. It will be the fourth Melbourne Cup for Who Shot Thebarman, the Chris Waller-trained 10-year-old who ran an impressive fourth in the Moonee Valley Gold Cup on Saturday to prove to connections he should go around in the big race again 14