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18 August 2018 8:58 AM Future looks Rosey for up-and-coming Master Ash

“He has matured in the last month to six weeks physically and mentally, and we saw that in the way he raced. Credit to Tim Clark, as he has always had great faith in this horse.” Master Ash settled in the perfect spot and out-sprinted Danawi to go away and win by length, with heavily backed favourite Smart Elissim a half-length back in third. It was the middle 5

18 August 2018 3:24 AM Tritton has special one in Muscle Factory after group 1 romp

Trainer Shane Tritton says horses don’t do what Muscle Factory did in the Albion Park Gold Final, but he wasn’t surprised. Muscle Factory, which Tritton bought a share of for a six-figure sum mid-season, ran a 1:53.1 mile-rate as he ran to a 37.9m victory in a show of sheer speed. It gave him a group 1 victory after placings in the the Australian Pacing 5

16 August 2018 8:45 PM NBL heads to Nine in new broadcast deal

Nine will also simulcast its live games on the 9Now online service and has secured the digital catch-up rights to show replays of all NBL games throughout the season regardless of what network they are broadcast on. The league has yet to finalise what it will do with its NBL TV app, which showed all games live and on replay, for a monthly subscription 5

15 August 2018 10:52 AM You can simply join the dots about New Zealand's next coach

Which is interesting, given that Taurua still has another year on her contract with Lightning, who are adamant that she has committed to them until at least the end of next year. A distinct possibility is that Taurua will do both. Which brings me to my next point. Announced in the Silver Ferns squad was none other than Laura Langman. The last we saw of Langman 6

9 August 2018 3:34 AM Triple Crown looks to Emperor's Way to continue good run

The Triple Crown Syndications silks made famous by Redzel in The Everest have been on a tear for the past month and trainer Paul Snowden thinks it could continue with Emperor’s Way and Island Missile at Rosehill on Saturday. Peter and Paul Snowden are the exclusive trainers for Triple Crown and since the beginning of July, there have been 13 wins for the syndicator 8

4 August 2018 8:33 AM Tracing Aaron vandenBerg's return to the AFL

"He’s gone through a hell of a lot and he’s had three VFL games now and he’s prepared himself incredibly well, so we’re excited about what he can bring our team. "Unfortunately for Melky, he’s a little bit tight through that hamstring. He had it through the second quarter and continued to play on, but he’s going to take a week to get right and hopefully 22

3 August 2018 10:03 AM Australian champion Dave Toussaint retires from boxing

"If this is as far as I can go, then so be it - 13-0, Australian champion, twice Australasian champion, it isn’t that bad really. I can’t really complain. "I’ve been boxing for 18 years and I’ve had over 80 fights. If this has to be the end, it’s the end. I’m still happy with what I’ve done and what I’ve achieved. "Even the fact I could box full-time 14

27 July 2018 8:00 AM Look outside NSW for the horses that are looking to Everest summit

A major point in the jockey’s case is lack of payment for jump outs, the conditioning phase between gallops and barrier trials that dominate the Victorian scene much more than Sydney. Jockeys get paid to ride in barrier trials but not jump outs. Certainly David Hayes, managing director of the family training partnerships, will have tuned Vega Magic 13

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 16

20 July 2018 6:07 AM ACT Speedway lights up the night

"This trial race meeting is just one step forward in our efforts to make night racing a permanent fixture in the ACT, but it’s certainly a fantastic one towards the future of speedway in the area," Hodak said. "Night racing would also be a huge step forward in terms of Canberra’s night entertainment scene, offering both locals and visitors a family-friendly 15