Month: March 2019

Bartley full of praise for Provincial Championship Series

Tracey Bartley is justifiably proud his small stable will be represented in the $500,000 Polytrack Provincial Championship final at Randwick on April 13. His consistent mare Miss Redoble secured her spot in the race with a convincing three length win in the Kembla Qualifier last Saturday. But Bartley isn’t finished there and believes his last […]

Godolphin’s massive racing, training and breeding empire

The size and scope of the Godolphin racing, training and breeding empire in Australia is mind boggling writes Chris Scholtz today following their latest big race win in Saturday’s $3.5m Golden Slipper. Clearly it is the largest horse racing and breeding operation in the southern hemisphere, growing exponentially year on year since 2008 when Sheikh […]

Bartley heading to Kembla for rich Provincial Championship bid

Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley is confident his mare Miss Redoble can perform well in tomorrow’s $150,000 Polytrack Provincial Championship Qualifier at Kembla, despite a wide barrier draw. Bartley said the four-year-old, who put together back to back wins last preparation, had been unlucky at her two runs this time in. “She hasn’t raced with a […]

10th February win for apprentice Mikayla Weir

WYONG COMMUNITY SERVICES RACEDAY – 28 FEBRUARY 2019 Frances O’Shea In-form Blake Shinn took out the riding honours at Wyong with a winning double, taking out the first two races for the Snowden and Anthony Cummings stables. Shinn, who only recently returned from a lengthy stint on the sideline with a serious neck injury, has […]