News About: Bendigo
Veteran gelding Fiumicino will be out to join the $3 million club on Wednesday when he contests the Listed $250,000 Bendigo Cup (2400m).
The nine-year-old boasts a prize pool of $2.93 million but a win at Bendigo would see him receive $150,000 and pass the remarkable milestone.
Retirement is not far around the corner for …
Two more jockeys have joined the Victorian riders injury list after an horrific day at Bendigo yesterday which saw six horses fail to finish.
Jockeys Jake Bayliss and Billy Eagan both sustained injuries that will see them sidelined and Jake Noonan was stood down from his pending mounts while Braidon Small, Robert Molloy and Gavin …
Trainer Mark Riley has had his appeal upheld against a charge of giving bicarb to his horse Diablo Rosso back in August.
Judge Lewis from the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board dismissed the arguments of Racing Victoria in a case he said was ‘perplexing’.
The charge stemmed from a race at Bendigo back on August …
The full brother to Black Caviar, Moshe, has been retired after a career that spanned just five race starts.
The galloper displayed promising results during his short career, winning three of his five runs.
Moshe, who is just four-year-old, was retired after contracting a severe throat infection that was deemed to be career-ending.
The Bel …
Three time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva’s first foal Rockstardom has won the first race of his career at Bendigo racecourse today.
The four-year-old finally made his way into the winners circle in a Bendigo maiden after failing at his previous seven starts.
The victory came after the $1.5 million yearling purchase was gelded following …
The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary (RAD) Board will hear an appeal by jockey Nash Rawiller at 11.30am (EST) tomorrow.
Rawiller has appealed against the decision of Racing Victoria Stewards and severity of the penalty imposed when he was found guilty of a charge of careless riding on his mount Star Bender in Race …
The Victoria Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will decide whether Criag Williams and Nash Rawiller will ride in Tuesday’s $6m Group 1 Melbourne Cup(3200m).
The duo were handed out significant suspension at Bendigo today, Williams a 10-meeting suspension and Rawiller eight meetings.
Williams is …
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