Australian Thoroughbred

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Matamata-trained stayer Sir Charles Road will step out at Caulfield on Saturday in the Gr.3 East Malvern Bendigo Bank MRC Foundation Cup (2000m), a race where the winner gains ballot exempt status for next month's Gr.1 Caulfield Cup (2400m)

A mix of proven European class and local promise goes on display when Home Of The Brave, Jungle Cat and Osborne Bulls take on Saturday’s G1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.
Seabrook set for Golden Rose
One winner Seabrook will attempt to gain more black-type when she lines-up in the Gr.1 Golden Rose Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill on Saturday
Carnival to make Australian Debut

Group Three-winning mare Carnival has recently joined the Flemington stable of Russell and Scott Cameron and is set to make her Australian debut in the Gr.3 Ladbrokes Odds Boost Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday.

Oregon’s Day flying
Mick Price is more upbeat about Holy Snow’s (Fastnet Rock) stablemate Oregon’s Day (Domesday), who is assured of a start in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes
Graff draws barrier four in Golden Rose
All the big guns entered for inaugural Showdown
The prospect of winning the inaugural $1 million Showdown with a VOBIS Sires horse at Caulfield in April next year has helped drive an increased number of nominations to VOBIS Gold this year
Sun-ny days for homebred colts

The combination of Sun Stud, trainer Gerald Ryan and jockey Brett Prebble were the dominant force at the official two-year-old barrier trials held at Randwick earlier this week.

Top Prospects Breeze in Style on Gold Coast
The third session of breeze-ups leading into next month's Magic Millions Gold Coast 2YOs in Training Sale produced many sparkling performances at the Gold Coast Turf Club today

Champion Winx Cruises to 20th Group One Win
Champion galloper Winx extended her winning streak and wrote more history when she cruised to her 27th straight victory in today's Group One George Main Stakes (1600m) at Randwick

Melbourne-based businessman Rupert Legh experienced the kind of joy that most thoroughbred horse owners can only dream about at Flemington on Saturday