|Stradbroke Plans for Famous Seamus|
The Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap is now on the cards for Famous Seamus
(NZ) who won Saturday's A$175,000 Listed Prime Minister's Cup (1300m) on the
Gold Coast, completing a stakes double for his sire Elusive City.
|One to Watch – Canterbury|
When you win your first four starts in a row culminating in an impressive two and a half length metropolitan success we want to know a bit more about you.
|Early support for out of form galloper on Saturday|
There has been an interesting push for a horse racing at
Warwick Farm on Saturday that has struggled to produce its best in two runs
|Censor ready to give Kim Waugh that winning feeling again|
Wyong trainer Kim Waugh hopes Censor can end a frustrating
start to the 2012-13 season when the he contests Saturday's Pro Ride Handicap
(1600m) at Warwick Farm.
|Nocturnelle gives Waller the feature|
Nocturnelle's victory in Saturday's Listed Angst Stakes (1500m) has prompted
leading trainer Chris Waller to nominate the Group I Coolmore Classic as the
possible target for the improving mare in 2013.
|Three Out of Four for Scandalize|
September 26 - Joe
Pride has a knack for bringing talented horses smoothly through their grades
with four year-old Elusive Quality (USA) gelding Scandalize posting his third
win from four starts when scoring at Canterbury on Wednesday afternoon.
|Another Feature Win for Mr Big|
Australian bred sprinter Mr Big was the top juvenile in Singapore of his generation and has gone right on with it this season adding the Garden City Trophy Sng Gr 3 to his resume at Kranji on Sunday.
|First Stakes Success for Daughter of Elusive Quality|
Elusive Quality (USA) mare Nocturnelle opened her stakes account in Thursday's
100,000 Listed Patinack Farm Tibbie Stakes (1400m) at Newcastle.
|No clowning around as Reith gets three|
Jockey Christian Reith brought up a winning treble when he produced a peach
of a ride aboard Emotional Circus to win Saturday's New Breed Racing Handicap
(1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday.
|Rusambo Breaks Through|
Trainer Peter Snowden obviously had a good opinion of Rusambo running him in some of Victoria's most fiercely contested 2yo stakes race last season including the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes and Group 2 VRC Sires' Produce Stakes.