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Maher banned over conman's horse ownership

Maher banned over conman's horse ownership

Trainer Ciaron Maher says he is glad the matter of the ownership of five horses in his stable is over after being suspended for six months and fined $75,000.

Royal Symphony out to remain unbeaten

Royal Symphony out to remain unbeaten

Unbeaten colt Royal Symphony is favourite for the Caulfield Guineas and is likely to clash with a number of other Guineas contenders in the Prelude.

Michael Freedman trains HK double

Michael Freedman trains HK double

Michael Freedman has saddled his first Hong Kong winner and added another for good measure at the Sha Tin meeting.

Happy Clapper Epsom favourite

Happy Clapper Epsom favourite

Happy Clapper remains the Epsom Handicap favourite ahead of six horses from the Chris Waller stable.

Clearly Innocent still aimed at Everest

Clearly Innocent still aimed at Everest

Trainer Kris Lees is hoping Clearly Innocent can stake his claim for a slot in The $10 million Everest when he runs in the Premiere Stakes.

Hartnell among 16 entries for G1 Underwood

Hartnell among 16 entries for G1 Underwood

Godolphin's Hartnell is among 16 nominations for the Underwood Stakes while stablemate It's Somewhat headlines nominations for the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes.

Russian Revolution on target for G1 Moir

Russian Revolution on target for G1 Moir

Russian Revolution has continued preparations for the Group One Moir Stakes with a solo hit-out at Moonee Valley.

Queensland filly Cellargirl on Flight path

Queensland filly Cellargirl on Flight path

Brisbane trainer Kelly Schweida is confident he made the right decision to miss the Golden Rose with Cellargirl in favour of the Flight Stakes.

Houtzen to put Everest hopes on show

Houtzen to put Everest hopes on show

Houtzen's performance in a Group Three race for fillies at Moonee Valley will determine whether she presses on to the $10 million Everest as planned.

Harlem handed 0.5kg penalty for Cups

Harlem handed 0.5kg penalty for Cups

Naturalism Stakes winner Harlem has been penalised half a kilogram for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups, taking his weight to 51.5kg.

Gingernuts building for Cups campaign

Gingernuts building for Cups campaign

Rosehill Guineas winner Gingernuts will try to add to his NZ Group One tally before returning to Australia for the Cups.

No Epsom for Rose winner Trapeze Artist

No Epsom for Rose winner Trapeze Artist

Three-year-old Trapeze Artist will not back up in the Epsom Handicap from his Golden Rose win but Gerald Ryan still has two possible runners.

Tavago heading to JRA Cup at Moonee Valley

Tavago heading to JRA Cup at Moonee Valley

Group One winner Tavago is set to have his second start of the spring in the JRA Cup at Moonee Valley.

Supido to put best foot forward in G1 Moir

Supido to put best foot forward in G1 Moir

Trainer Mick Kent expects improvement from Supido in the Group One Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley after being disappointed with his last-start fifth.

Big test for Rancho Montoya

Big test for Rancho Montoya

Rancho Montoya will be tested for a southern campaign in the Three-Year-Old Handicap over 1600m at the Sunshine Coast.