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8 August 2018 7:41 AM Hayes marks Poetic Dream group 1 quality with an Everest option

"If not, there are mile races like the Makybe Diva Sakes, which are good options. He is definitely a quality horse." Poetic Dream was backed from $7 to $4.80 at Ladbrokes when markets opened on the Aurie’s Star Handicap, with Voodoo Lad a $3.90 favourite in front of Godolphin import Home Of The Brave, which has impressed in Sydney barrier trials, at $4. Hayes 62

5 August 2018 12:00 PM Racing NSW buy Cummings' slice of paradise for retired racehorses

Bart’s son, trainer Anthony Cummings, would not comment on the sale when contacted by Fairfax Media on Sunday. The property had been part of court proceedings back in February when Anthony Cummings’s lawyer, Michael Jaloussis, offered valuation for feed company Ranvet and the property. “As your Honour would see, it is worth about $12-13 million. I wouldn’t 84

3 August 2018 4:25 AM Howlett plots preparations with a view to Kosciuszko

Muswellbrook trainer Todd Howlett was taken by surprise when the Kosciuszko was announced last month and now knows every time his horses step out they are auditioning for the $1.3 million race. Howlett has had success in town with Nic’s Vendetta, Magic Choir and All Stand in Highway handicaps, which are restricted to country-trained horses, as is the Kosciuszko 72

31 July 2018 7:37 AM Anasta grabs bag for Stieger as drought reality hits for family

The last time Matt Stieger went back to his family's farm in north-western NSW at Easter it rained. Since then, there's barely been a drop. In his own words, cattle on the Narrabri farm are "going down left, right and centre". This week, his father Andrew had hoped to join Stieger's friend and temporary caddy Braith Anasta for the million-dollar Fiji International 76

30 July 2018 11:52 PM Huge boost for NSW greyhound industry with first million-dollar race

NSW will stage its first million-dollar greyhound race at Wentworth Park later this year, the end of a statewide series with qualifiers run all across the state. State government and Greyhound Racing NSW officials will make the announcement on Tuesday morning about the $1.2 million sprint, which will be held in Sydney on October 20. The winner is set to pocket 123

26 July 2018 11:28 AM Baker sets Show A Star a steep Challenge

Baker was a little bit more enthusiastic about the chances of Goodfella, the three-year-old which chased Pierata home on multiple occasions during Queensland's rich summer carnival. The Snitzel colt is closing in on $1 million in prizemoney - inflated by his second in the Magic Millions Guineas earlier this year - and pleased his trainer with the way he's bounced 69

24 July 2018 1:31 PM The world-famous horse whisperer who says he can save Chautauqua's career

Racing NSW stewards have told trainer John Hawkes and his sons, Michael and Wayne, that Chautauqua will need to complete a series of trials if he’s to take his place in The Everest (1200 metres) at Randwick on October 13. The notoriously prickly Hawkes clan aren’t saying much at the moment. Privately, many in the racing industry believe we will never 77

24 July 2018 4:44 AM Canberra Racing to meet trainers to scale Kosciuszko issue

Canberra Racing will meet with trainers for an emergency meeting over "serious and genuine" concerns about the ACT racing industry's future as Racing NSW increasingly freezes them out. The meeting will be held at Thoroughbred Park on Wednesday morning to discuss Canberra Racing's prizemoney options and how to combat any fallout from the introduction 68

23 July 2018 12:37 AM Are the Canberra Raiders treated differently?

We delve into the million-dollar question in the wake of the Green Machine's frustrating loss compounded by refereeing howlers. Where to next for the ACT Brumbies? A look at the numbers suggests there is plenty of room for optimism and we might have the man that can take them back to the Super Rugby finals. Lauren Wells has all but called time on her international 76

22 July 2018 10:50 PM Chautauqua's career in tatters after refusing to jump again

The career of one-time world champion sprinter Chautauqua is hanging by a thread after the grey flash again refused to jump from the barriers in a Rosehill barrier trial on Monday morning. While most eyes were firmly fixed on the world's best horse Winx, Chautauqua dug his heels in and didn't leave with the rest of the field, putting his racing career 70