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Loyal Toast produces again

Loyal Toast produces again

Nov 16, 2017

Loyal Toast has bounced back into the winners stall (again) after coming up trumps in the CL3 Handicap at Canberra on Cup day. A large crowd gathered to Thoroughbred Park to witness the evergreen red-dog salute under his favourite girl Kayla Nisbet. Back to the mile ...

Token Of Love chalks up G2 placing at Flemington

Token Of Love chalks up G2 placing at Flemington

Nov 14, 2017

Token Of Love will be set for the 2018 Canberra Cup following her third in Saturday’s Group 2 $300,000 Matriarch Stakes (2000m) at Flemington.Token Of Love ($21) ran her best-ever race building off her brave second in the $120,000 Emerson Handicap at Moonee Valley; having won ...

Rock On Zariz wins Stan Sadleir at Wagga

Rock On Zariz wins Stan Sadleir at Wagga

Nov 04, 2017

Rock On Zariz has bounced back in a big way taking out the time honoured Stan Sadleir feature at Wagga yesterday. Returning to her favourite track with owners aplenty trackside, the homebred appreciated a drop back in class and a 10/10 ride by Carly ...

Athonis sheds maiden tag

Athonis sheds maiden tag

Oct 25, 2017

Athonis has led all to give the stable an early treble on the Moruya program. Sent out favourite at his first run on Australian shores, Athonis was relegated back to third after losing on protest (second past the line). Deriving good benefit from that he was sent straight ...

Tyres Are Crucial delivers at the short quote

Tyres Are Crucial delivers at the short quote

Oct 25, 2017

Tyres Are Crucial has paid the believers after saluting at Moruya second-up. With a few hairy moments in the run home, the 3YO Pendragon Gelding was able to dig deep and show his class under an aggressive ride from Brodie Loy. Beaten a head behind a smart type ...

Loyal Toast clings on to score

Loyal Toast clings on to score

Oct 25, 2017

Loyal Toast has chalked up another win giving JJR four winners on the program. Racing without luck the start prior when third, Toasty was out to make amends under a top ride from Bobby El-Issa. He settled back as per usual as the leaders clapped it on upfront. On ...

Duvet finally breaks drought

Duvet finally breaks drought

Oct 18, 2017

Duvet has finally cracked it for his second win as patient owners reaped the rewards. Second past the post, Duvet's rider Bobby El-Issa was confident in his appeal and was eventually correct as Barbara was there to yip yap their way out. Circumstances of the win was ...

D'Beak wins Queanbeyan Cup Prelude

D'Beak wins Queanbeyan Cup Prelude

Oct 16, 2017

D'Beak has recorded two straight wins after taking out the Queanbeyan Cup prelude over the 2000m. Measuring-up from his Canberra win a fortnight prior, he was put into the gun spot from Simon Miller stalking the leader. As the field of tired stayers bunched around ...

Melberra Stars at Kembla Grange

Melberra Stars at Kembla Grange

Oct 03, 2017

Melberra Star has maintained her brilliant fresh record when she surprised many with a blitzing performance at Kembla Grange on Saturday. Racing first-up off a lengthy spell, she was underestimated in the market (at $21), but she paid the believers under a ...

Damagic breaks the maiden tag

Damagic breaks the maiden tag

Sep 12, 2017

After three trainer changes and sixteen starts with eight placings, JJR has finally gotten a win out of Damagic and a dominant one at that. Having his fourth start for the stable, the team have implemented a range of different things to get his head space and racing ability ...

Almost Court completes the hat-trick

Almost Court completes the hat-trick

Sep 12, 2017

Almost Court has again made a mess of his rivals, this time utilizing versatility as he took a sit and stormed over the top of them to win by in excess of three lengths. Patrick Scorse took the ride as he has all along and decided to take the $1.35 pop into ...

Dutchesse Moshe salutes on debut

Dutchesse Moshe salutes on debut

Sep 12, 2017

Dutchesse Moshe has led throughout to win at Wagga Wagga on debut. Racing in the market following her sharp barrier trial five months earlier, she has always shown the stable plenty and wasted no time delivering for some patient owners. Scratched at the gates at the ...

Darts Away gives Scorse first winner for JJR

Darts Away gives Scorse first winner for JJR

Jul 24, 2017

Darts Away has again proven his dominance on the Synthetic, making it two straight in a matter of meetings. The win carried extra smiles as Stable Apprentice Patrick Scorse (Son of former G1 and Stable Jockey John) partnered him for his first winner on a JJR runner.Jumping ...

Alawa Scores All the Way Win at Gundagai

Alawa Scores All the Way Win at Gundagai

Apr 06, 2015

Alawa broke through for his initial win in the Maiden Plate over 1400 metres at Gundagai this afternoon. After consistent runs at his last three starts, Alawa bounced in front and Brendan Ward allowed him to travel comfortably before kicking clear on the turn and he held on to ...

Our Cracker Wins at Canberra after Broken Hill Warm-up

Our Cracker Wins at Canberra after Broken Hill Warm-up

Apr 02, 2015

Our Cracker appreciated his home turf at Canberra in winning the Benchmark 55 Handicap over 1300 metres this afternoon. At his last start just under three weeks ago, Our Cracker travelled a bit over 2000 kilometres to Broken Hill where he ran fifth in a Class 3 race on the red ...

Cherokee Warrior Courageous in Brave Win at Muswellbrook

Cherokee Warrior Courageous in Brave Win at Muswellbrook

Mar 29, 2015

Cherokee Warrior showed that he does not need a heavy track to do his best when he fought on like a Cherokee brave to win the Class 1 Handicap over 1450 metres on a good 3 track at Muswellbrook this afternoon. From an inside gate, Jeff Penza had intended to lead but, when he was ...

Just A Blur Qualifies for Country Championship Final

Just A Blur Qualifies for Country Championship Final

Mar 20, 2015

In running a very good second in the Goulburn heat of the Country Championship this afternoon, Just A Blur now qualifies for the Final to be run at Royal Randwick on Saturday 4 April.The heat was won by the Nick Olive trained Without A Shadow which defeated Just A Blur by three ...

Because We All Can Wins at Bathurst

Because We All Can Wins at Bathurst

Mar 01, 2015

Because We All Can scored a very impressive win in the Benchmark 60 Handicap over 1300 metres this afternoon. Returning after a brief let-up to recover from being galloped-on at her last start third at Canberra at the end of December, Because We All Can jumped well and was able ...