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03 February 2017
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31 January 2017

Canberra's two best gallopers will line up against each other in Friday's 900m Open trial at Canberra.

Group 1 winning Canberra mare Single Gaze and high-class sprinter Fell Swoop are both preparing for Autumn campaigns. 

Trainer Nick Olive says Single Gaze...

30 January 2017

Capricorn Park- trained Murraguldrie remains Canberra Cup bound following his big win in Friday’s $50,000 Bathurst Cup (1800m). 

24 January 2017

A decision will be made shortly on the autumn programme for Group 1 winning Canberra mare Single Gaze.

Single Gaze confirmed she was back in career-best order with a dominant win in Friday’s Open trial at Thoroughbred Park.

Allowed to settle early, Single Gaze worked...

23 January 2017

The countdown is well and truly on for Canberra’s premier race — the Mercedes Benz Canberra Black Opal Stakes on Sunday 5 March 2017.

There are four feature races on ‘Super Sunday’ with almost $900,000 in prize money offered across the eight race program.

17 January 2017

 At least four Magic Million yearlings will be making their way to Canberra.

The 2017 Magic Millions Sales conclude today Tuesday) at the Gold Coast with 55 further lots up for sale in the Book 3 Catalogue.

Leading Canberra trainers, Nick Olive and Matt Dale, both...

17 January 2017

Canberra trainer Norm Gardner continues to rack-up the winners

The boutique Canberra yard is striking at nearly 30% in the 2016-17 racing season with 12 winners from 41 runners — and delivering stable followers with a 175% profit on turnover!

Gardner only has 10-12...

11 January 2017

The Nick Olive stable continues its charge up the ACT Trainer Premiership table with two winners on Friday’s Canberra seven race program.

Olive saluted with Alba Go Brath ($7) and Her Name Is Rio ($8) and with 11 Canberra wins for the season is now only one success adrift of the...

06 January 2017

A damp track looks made to order for Matt Dale-trained Yasnat when she resumes in tomorrow’s Highway Handicap at Warwick Farm.

Canberra-based Dale is seeking his sixth Highway win matching the success of Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn in these restricted events for country-...

03 January 2017

The Keith Dryden–Scott Collings partnership go into the new calendar year atop the ACT Trainer Premiership for the 2016-17 season.

Dryden-Collings have delivered 11 winners in the Capital, two ahead of Nick Olive (9) and last year's Premiership winner Matt Dale (6)


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