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9 November 2018 6:19 AM Group 1 victory on Pierata the perfect way for Berry to thank Hickman

“I always thought he would suit this horse and it has worked out that he has been able to hook up with him at the right time. Hickman of course remembers the Berry boys as a pair. The twins were always together. Nathan tragically died four years ago from NORSE syndrome, an acute form of epilepsy, while riding in Singapore. Tommy Berry's ride on Pierata 10

5 November 2018 7:06 AM Dunatun could finally be up to speed at Randwick

For the once-a-year punters heading to Randwick on Tuesday, the Garry White-trained Dunatun may conjure memories of the similarly-named Melbourne Cup winner of couple of years ago, Dunaden. But the name actually goes back the trainer’s youth. “I wish he had a motor like Dunaden,” White said. “It is actually pronounced 'Done-a-ton', and it was what you used to say when you were a young 9

3 November 2018 5:01 AM Shillelagh doubles up on Derby Day

An emotional Waller said it was great to win another group 1 for the owners, Chris and Susanna Grace. The two Chrises – Waller and Grace – grew up about an hour away from each other in New Zealand. Grace has been involved in thoroughbred racing in New Zealand most of his life and owned the 2014 Wellington Cup winner Graphic. Unfortunately for Shillelagh 14

2 November 2018 12:23 AM Canberra mountain-bike riders on top of the world

Canberra mountain-bike riders Jordan Butler and Gwynn Le Maitre have won their age groups at the 24-hour world championships in Scotland. Butler took out the 23-29 category with 20 laps in 24:02:39 and Le Maitre won the 35-39 age group with 16 laps in 24:34:54. Sam Moffitt came 15th in the elite men's field with 17 laps in 19:24:56 in what was considered 16

1 November 2018 1:24 AM Red Verdon's Melbourne Cup hopes under a cloud after injury at Werribee

He has been poulticed and connections are hopeful that this will just prove a minor irritant and not force him to miss the Melbourne Cup. Currently a $26 chance, his Newmarket-based handler was hoping that he would be able to go one better than his stablemate, crowd favourite Red Cadeaux, who finished second for the same owner/trainer connections in three 9

30 October 2018 5:48 AM Jeff Horn needs to impress as Mundine fight gets US viewing platform

Jeff Horn's fight against Anthony Mundine will be beamed live into the US, adding more pressure on the former welterweight champion to see off the veteran in clinical style as he chases another world title shot. The Friday night fight (around 10pm AEDT on November 30) may be at an unfriendly hour for a US audience, where it is likely to be streamed on the ESPN+ service 7

27 October 2018 10:28 AM Under fiercest pressure, Bowman finds his calm on Winx

Brash British TV host Matt Chapman has spent all week justifying his crack at the "moderate" standard of Winx's rivals in Australia, but pulls Bowman aside an hour before the big race to get him to autograph a couple of racebooks. Strange times. Outside, it's hard to know whether Bowman or the 38,000-plus people crammed into Moonee Valley for a glimpse 16

20 October 2018 10:00 AM Edwina Bone named in Canberra Strikers' greatest team

Straight after the game, Bone was in a car and on the way to Wagga Wagga for a wedding. "We had two delays and I was like ‘oh my gosh, I can’t afford to have this delay because I’ve got to get to Wagga’," Bone said. "To warm up three times was a big ask for the group but they still performed fairly well, and to get a win over NSW was nothing to sneeze 17

20 October 2018 8:52 AM Coolmore calling for new colt on the block

The drama started an hour before the Coongy Cup, when the Jarrod McLean-trained Trap For Fools was scratched by stewards, then it was matched on track and with protest postscript. A dead-heat between Mask Of Time and Best Of Days in a driving finish saw Kerrin McEvoy protest against his fellow winner claiming he had layed in on him in the final 100m. "They 18

19 October 2018 4:39 AM A-League expansion bidders Western Melbourne linked to Celtic star

Celtic are said to be keen on extending Brown's contract but the prospect of a late-career swansong - particularly at an ambitious new A-League franchise - could tempt him. The Western Melbourne Group are planning to fund and build a 15,000-seat football-specific stadium in Tarneit, an hour's drive west of the Melbourne CBD, if their expansion bid is approved 11