Top WA trainer Neville Parnham says in-form sprinter Excelorada will definitely travel to Melbourne but the gelding will miss Saturday’s Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) at Flemington.
Dick Turpin has arrived back at the English National Stud after his first southern season at Mungrup Stud.
OK, this essay may not quite rate with Oscar Wilde’s ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ but in recent weeks the importance of being Harvey has been emphasised.
Golden weather, great racing, some fine gestures, Christmas crackers of the best kind, Macca waxing eloquent in the best traditions of Boyd QC and Rumpole of the Bailey and some dark horses emerging in the TVH Sartorial were just some of the features of December 8 at Ascot.
A gala function at Perth’s Convention Centre on Saturday saw a further five thoroughbred racing inductions into the West Australian Racing industry Hall Of Fame.
Dangerously claimed honours in the opening heat of the Country Challenge Championship after posting a hard-earned victory at Bunbury.
The Turquoise One had his best day at the races since earlier this year at Ascot when he was then seen under the Stewards Tower kissing a delightful brunette with long legs and a very short beige mini.
RWWA Stewards advise that a number of additional initiatives will be in use to further enhance integrity and security measures for all feature races during this season’s Festival of Perth Racing at Ascot Racecourse.
In the great American horse race between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney, the incumbent, and his Democratic Party, have tried to paint the challenger as a flint hearted, cold unfeeling man out of touch with ordinary folks.