News About: Cranbourne
Unable to make much of an impact over four starts following an impressive first-up win the Group 2 P.B. Lawrence Stakes (1400m) over spring, trainer Peter Morgan is confident Star Rolling has returned to full fitness ahead of an autumn campaign geared towards the Group 1 Australian Cup (2000m).
A standout performer over the 2014 autumn and winter racing carnivals, trainer Ciaron Maher is thrilled with the form of classy mare Srikandi, revealing she is on track for a racing return in the Group 3 Sportingbet Sprint Series Final (1200m) at Caulfield on October 11th.
Impressive winner of the 2012 edition of the Group 1 Australian Derby (2400m) in what was just his fourth competitive appearance on track, trainer Pat Carey has revealed his is pleased with the building form of classy stayer Ethiopia following a strong barrier trial at Cranbourne on Monday morning.
Jockeys riding at Cranbourne night meetings will soon be wired with microphones to relay comments to the public.
Cranbourne Turf Club chief executive Neil Bainbridge canvassed the idea of bringing the Twenty20 Bigbash atmosphere to racing and the innovation has the support of jockeys and officials.
“We want to build Friday night a bit like …
There’s no doubt that the concept of night racing as a whole is a good one and it presents a very real new revenue stream for clubs.
Victoria has seen the opportunity for years and the expansion of their night racing program across Moonee Valley and Cranbourne this year shows just how much investment they’re …
The new lightning system at Cranbourne was given its first test yesterday and it’s been given a tentative thumbs up by industry participants.
Jockeys reported that some sections of the track required a little bit of tinkering but overall the infrastructure worked without a hitch.
There were 12 jumpouts at Cranbourne yesterday starting in the …
In a move that’s taken inspiration from the success of T20 cricket Racing Victoria is looking at putting racing on a diet.
Chief executive Rob Hines is looking at trying to find space for a condensed race program somewhere on the already hectic calendar.
He said the reason for this was about specifically targeting the …
This year’s Golden Slipper winner Sepoy has reminded everyone of his incredible talent and speed at a barrier trial at Cranbourne earlier today.
The three-year-old superstar finished two and a half lengths clear of his closest rival in the 800 metre sprint.
Sepoy is currently preparing …
What was set to be one of the most attention grabbing and crowd-drawing trials in history now appears unlikely to go ahead at Cranbourne next Monday.
Super mare Black Caviar and Golden Slipper winner Sepoy were due to face up against each other in …
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