Griffiths in winning return to racetrack
Trainer Robbie Griffiths has cheered home a winner at Flemington on his first day back at the races after undergoing brain surgery.
Progressive gelding Something Fast has stamped his class at Randwick and his trainer hopes to be back in the autumn for a Group One tilt.
Three-year-old filly Wings Of Pastrami has made it four straight wins this preparation, giving Bordertown trainer Jeff Searle his first Flemington winner.
International jockey Michael Rodd has completed a perfect homecoming by winning the $250,000 The Gateway on impressive Vega One.
The Mitchell Freedman-trained four-year-old Living The Dream has backed up a recent win at The Valley with another win in a benchmark-70 at Flemington.
Trainer David Vandyke is confident Alligator Blood has returned an even better horse after a runaway win in the Gold Edition Plate.
The Candy Man is to be set for the Magic Millions Trophy after running a course record in his Eagle Farm win.
Talented three-year-old Superium has confirmed his spot in the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas with a classy first-up win at Randwick.
Godolphin-owned colt Conceited, a $625,000 Magic Millions purchase, has made a winning start to his career with a determined display at Flemington.
The Snowden stable has produced two colts to win and stake claims for the upcoming two-year-old features.
Michael Rodd has ridden a winner and a second placegetter on the final day of the ‘Origin’ Jockey Series in Brisbane to lead NSW to victory.
Godolphin cast-off Morton’s Fork has unveiled another string to his bow, winning the Christmas Cup at his first genuine distance test.
Moore Euros has won the Highway Plate at Randwick to boost the spirits of her injured co-trainer Richard Clarke.
Lightly raced mare Seasons has rebounded from a poor first-up run, relishing a hot speed to return to the winner’s circle at Randwick.
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