SUNDAY: August 13, 2017: HAWKESBURY apprentice Chelsea Ings went within a whisker of a country Cups double at the weekend.
THURSDAY, August 10 2017: THE gain outweighed any pain for Hawkesbury trainer Nick Mitchell at Taree today.
TUESDAY: August 8, 2017: THEY’RE keeping it in the family – and proving a pretty formidable team.
HAWKESBURY trainer Terry Croft left the Forbes Cup meeting 12 months ago with a heavy heart – and minus a stable favorite.
SUNDAY: August 6, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard took extra delight in making a winning start to the new season at Wyong last Friday.
THURSDAY: August 3, 2017: IT was a “blinkin” good result for Hawkesbury trainer Karen Outtrim, who produced a 200-1 winner on her home track today.
WEDNESDAY: August 2, 2017: FRESH off his best ever season, leading local trainer Scott Singleton is looking to begin the new racing year in winning style at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
SUNDAY: July 30, 2017: IT was a day Brad Widdup and Wayne Austin will never forget.
TUESDAY: July 25, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Brad Widdup celebrated a provincial breakthrough at Wyong today – with the help of brother-in-law Christian Reith.
SUNDAY: July 23, 2017: THE tiny township of Carinda, 70km south-west of Walgett, races once a year in July on a dirt track.
THURSDAY: July 20, 2017: THEY’RE proving quite a combination! One is a former successful jockey now training and the other an experienced rider showing he has lost none of his skills.
MONDAY: July 17, 2017: SCOTT Singleton was quick to heap praise on jockey Christian Reith after Secret Mistress had broken through at Cessnock today.
SUNDAY: July 16, 2017: IT was fitting that Tye Angland should win Hawkesbury’s final race of the 2016-17 season.
SUNDAY: July 16, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Nick Mitchell and apprentice Chelsea Ings’ career best seasons gained further impetus at the weekend.
FRIDAY: July 14, 2017: APPRENTICE Blaike McDougall is hoping trainer Angela Davies can provide him with some “magic” at Hawkesbury’s final meeting of the season on Sunday.
SUNDAY: July 9, 2017: HAWKESBURY apprentice Chelsea Ings notched a milestone at Dubbo yesterday with the 20th win of her career.
FRIDAY: July 7, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry White believes there will be plenty to “write home about” in future with Letter To Juliette.
WEDNESDAY: July 5, 2017: TRAINER Mark Newnham has called on some “inside knowledge” in a bid to successfully begin a new association with Gooree Stud at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
MONDAY: July 3, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Nick Mitchell’s winning momentum continued at Nowra yesterday.
SUNDAY: June 25, 2017: LEADING Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton is edging toward a first-time $1m prizemoney season.
THURSDAY: June 22, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer won’t mind taking Go Benny to Newcastle whenever there is a race to suit.
SUNDAY: June 18, 2017: IT’S been an excellent couple of days for Hawkesbury trainer Nick Mitchell.
FRIDAY: June 16, 2017: WHEN it comes to gear changes, Nick Mitchell doesn’t mind making them on Belridge.
SUNDAY: June 11, 2017: APPRENTICE Ashleigh Borg wasn’t kidding when she said she “almost had a stack” earlier in the day at Hawkesbury today.
SUNDAY: June 11, 2017: HAWKESBURY’S Mitch Kearney is a young trainer on the rise.
FRIDAY: June 9, 2017: DUAL acceptor Sun And Heir will dodge metropolitan-trained horses in a bid to clinch a breakthrough success on his home track on Sunday.
WEDNESDAY: June 7, 2017: HE’S definitely no phony!
TUESDAY: May 30, 2017: AS with life, racing can be full of surprises.
MONDAY: May 29, 2017: FRESH from a Brisbane winter carnival Group 1 double, Kris Lees turns his attention to Hawkesbury tomorrow to build on his already record-breaking season.
SUNDAY: May 28, 2017: AS a young apprentice continued to have a “picnic” in May, Hawkesbury’s newest trainer made a dream start to his career.
THURSDAY: May 25, 2017: HAWKESBURY apprentice Chelsea Ings won’t want this month to end.
TUESDAY: May 23, 2017: IT may have been a Class 2 Handicap at Goulburn, but it had Group 1 connotations as far as Hawkesbury trainer Wayne Attard was concerned.
FRIDAY: May 19, 2017: JAMIE Thomsen clinched a home track breakthrough at Hawkesbury yesterday, then dedicated the victory to his late uncle.
WEDNESDAY: May 17, 2017: HAWKESBURY’S leading trainer Scott Singleton says “weight is right” for Adjective to make a successful return on his home track tomorrow.
WEDNESDAY: May 17, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard underwent surgery on his damaged right collarbone on Monday evening, and is recuperating at home.
MONDAY, May 15, 2017: CHELSEA Ings has the wind in her saddle.
THURSDAY: May 11, 2017: RICHARD Freedman’s winning return to the training ranks at Canterbury yesterday came with a touch of irony.
THURSDAY: May 11, 2017: RICHARD Freedman’s winning return to the training ranks at Canterbury yesterday came with a touch of irony.
TUESDAY: May 9, 2017: PATIENCE is a virtue Mitch Kearney clearly possesses.
TUESDAY: May 9, 2017: THE “breaks” certainly didn’t go Jason Attard’s way today!
MONDAY: May 8, 2017: WHAT’S in a name?
SUNDAY: April 30, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard has found the key to hat-trick seeker Kiarra Rose.
SUNDAY: April 30, 2017: IT’S been a weekend Scott Singleton will long remember.
FRIDAY: April 28, 2017: JASON Attard, chasing a second home track feature, has given Kellyville Flyer the “green light” to line up in tomorrow’s $200,000 Livamol Hawkesbury Gold Cup.
FRIDAY: April 28, 2017: KRIS Lees is giving Rosa Carolina a great chance of becoming only the third filly in the last decade to win the $200,000 Blacktown Workers Club Hawkesbury Guineas tomorrow.
The wives of riding aces Hugh Bowman and Kerrin McEvoy also will have starring roles at Hawkesbury’s XXXX Gold Stand Alone meeting on Saturday.
Whilst the champion jockeys’ focus will be on the nine-race program featuring threeGroup 3 races and nearly $1.2m in prizemoney, off the track Christine Bowman and Cathy McEvoy will be Hawkesbury Race Club’s racing and fashion ambassadors.
Along with Linda Fenech of Skin Fitness, Mrs Bowman and Mrs McEvoy (the sister of Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne) will select winners and present prizes for the “Best Dressed Lady” and “Best Dressed Group” (2-8 persons) categories.
This will form part of a ground-breaking Hawkesbury Fashion Stable, a dedicated marquee on the front lawn featuring the Skin Fitness Fashion Stakes.
The competition – which begins at 11.30am and continues until 3pm - encompasses a free photo-shoot experience, Skin Fitness Beauty Bar, Mumm Pop Up Champagne Bar and live music.
Hawkesbury chief executive Greg Rudolph says his club is delighted to have Mrs Bowman and Mrs McEvoy as its ambassadors for the 12th Stand Alone raceday.
“Hugh and Kerrin no doubt will be popular with punters given their current form and I’m sure Christine and Cathy will be equally popular with fashion contestants,” Rudolph said.
“Christine, Cathy and Linda are seasoned racegoers and will be looking for originality of style, attention to detail including headwear, overall presentation, attitude, flair and adaption of fashion trends.”
In a first for New South Wales’ major provincial raceday, Hawkesbury is offering a free digital fashion experience designed to encourage racegoers to embrace fashion, fun and frivolity while learning how to work the camera in the Skin Fitness Fashion Stakes, which replaces the traditional Fashions On The Field format.
The Skin Fitness Fashion Stakes, Skin Fitness Bar and Mumm Pop Up Champagne Bar ensures it is one of the places to be at the track this year, especially with the chance to win over $12,000 in prizes highlighted by a three night Melbourne Cup trip, courtesy of Ambassador Travel.
Operating at the Hawkesbury Fashion Stable will be the Skin Fitness Beauty Bar featuring free hair and make-up touch ups, and the Mumm Pop Up Champagne Bar offers a splash of French fun and sophistication.
Gates open at 10.30am on Saturday and general admission is $20.
THURSDAY: April 27, 2017: FAMOUS Seamus is the “forgotten horse” of Saturday’s $200,000 Livamol Hawkesbury Gold Cup, says his locally-based trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith.
Hawkesbury’s XXXX Gold Stand Alone Saturday meeting this Saturday, April 29 will reach a new milestone this year with the launch of the new Hawkesbury Fashion Stable, a dedicated marquee on the front lawn featuring the Skin Fitness Fashion Stakes competition encompassing a free photoshoot experience, the Skin Fitness Beauty Bar, Mumm Pop Up Champagne Bar and live music.
WEDNESDAY: April 26, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer reckons it’s been 22 years since he has had the chance to win his home track Guineas.
WEDNESDAY: April 26, 2017: TWO talented young Hawkesbury trainers will long remember Anzac Day 2017.
MONDAY: April 24, 2017: HAWKESBURY Race Club chief executive Greg Rudolph is thrilled with nominations for his club’s biggest day of the year on Saturday.
SUNDAY: April 23, 2017: BRONWYN Mackie “arrested” a run of outs with her first winner in nearly four years at Muswellbrook last Friday.
THURSDAY: April 20, 2017: HAWKESBURY’S leading trainer Scott Singleton had different reasons for hailing his Newcastle double today.
THURSDAY: April 20, 2017: FORGIVE and forget!
MONDAY: April 17, 2017: INTERNATIONAL Animal Health has taken up sponsorship of the $200,000 Hawkesbury Gold Cup.
SUNDAY: April 16, 2017: AMIDST the celebrations of a Royal Randwick victory yesterday, an emotional Jason Attard’s thoughts were for his good mate Daniel Ick.
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TUESDAY: April 11, 2017: HAWKESBURY mare Zaveena and Gosford racecourse go together like peaches and cream!
MONDAY: April 10, 2017: ADD star local filly Spright to the list of contenders for the $200,000 Blacktown Workers Hawkesbury Guineas at the April 29 stand alone meeting.
SUNDAY: April 9, 2017: EXPERIENCED Hawkesbury trainer Garry White has his sights on another feature home track success with The Championships Day 2 winner Generalissimo.
THURSDAY: April 6, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Nick Mitchell is hoping it will be “third time lucky” at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
MONDAY: April 3, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard has enlisted Derby winning jockey Damian Lane to help him win Saturday’s Provincial Championships Final (1400m) at Royal Randwick.
SUNDAY: April 2, 2017: WHO can blame Hawkesbury trainer Jason Clisby for wanting to head back to Gosford with his mare Zaveena on Tuesday week?
WEDNESDAY: March 29, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard is leaving no stone unturned in a bid to win the $400,000 Provincial Championships Final at Randwick on Saturday week.
TUESDAY: March 28, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer is desperately hoping for a drier track at Royal Randwick on Saturday week for his star filly Spright.
MONDAY: March 27, 2017: THERE’S nothing like family!
TUESDAY: March 21, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainers are really on a roll!
MONDAY: March 20, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Mike Van Gestel was “quite confident” Cheeky Bella could turn around a first-up defeat and win at Orange today.
SUNDAY: March 19, 2017: NICK Mitchell has done it again!
MONDAY: March 13, 2017: ONE hugged the inside rail and the other never got close to it!
FRIDAY: March 10, 2017: IMAGINE Mark Newnham’s initial thoughts when he took a phone call out of the blue last year asking if he would train “a duck”!
THURSDAY: March 2, 2017: FOR the third year in a row, Hawkesbury will have at least two representatives in the $400,000 Provincial Championships Final.
WEDNESDAY: March 1, 2017: HE is her “gentle giant” and is the rank outsider at $101 for tomorrow’s $150,000 Provincial Championships Qualifier at Hawkesbury.
WEDNESDAY: March 1, 2017: DEFENDING Provincial Championships titleholder Kris Lees feels this week’s rain has boosted the chances of Knit ‘N’ Purl in tomorrow’s second $150,000 qualifier at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
SUNDAY: February 26, 2017: THE “girls” had a day out at Nowra today.
MONDAY: February 20, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry White is looking to give himself “every chance” to strengthen his Provincial Championships hand.
TUESDAY: February 14, 2017: YOUNG Hawkesbury trainer Mitchell Kearney is on a roll.
MONDAY: February 13, 2017: HAWKESBURY’s Chelsea Ings is making every post a winner.
THURSDAY: February 9, 2017: EXPERIENCED Hawkesbury trainer Garry White has given Every Chance a “confidence boost” and predicts a nice future for him.
WEDNESDAY: February 8, 2017: COREY Brown will be a new rider for classy Hawkesbury filly Spright – if she resumes at Royal Randwick on Saturday.
WEDNESDAY: February 8, 2017: LEADING Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton has Australian Oaks aspirations with Concessions, and is hoping she can take another important step toward that goal at home tomorrow.
MONDAY: February 6, 2017: ONCE racing is in your blood, it’s pretty hard to shake.
THURSDAY: February 2, 2017: NICK Mitchell backed up a gelding at Muswellbrook today who never got into a Bathurst race last week - with an immediate impact.
THURSDAY: February 2, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard is keeping it in the family with yesterday’s Wyong winner My Milly Moo.
MONDAY: January 30, 2017: THEY each trained a winner at Hawkesbury last Wednesday, and repeated the dose at Cessnock yesterday.
WEDNESDAY: January 25, 2017: LEADING Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton forecast a bright staying future for Concessions after she had won on her home track today.
TUESDAY: January 24, 2017: ORANGE trainer Alison Smith is taking no chances in a bid for a Hawkesbury breakthrough tomorrow with a mare who is an “absolute ripper”.
MONDAY: January 23, 2017: HAWKESBURY Race Club has left no stone unturned to ensure Wednesday’s resumption of racing is a great success both on and off the track.
SUNDAY: January 22, 2017: THREE Hawkesbury horses brushed aside below par last start performances to hit winning form again at the weekend.
As Australia Day celebrations draw near, Hawkesbury Race Club is gearing up for McFun Day next Wednesday 25th January, hosting a party of their own on Australia Day eve, to help support sick children and their families.
MONDAY: January 16, 2017: HAWKESBURY’S star filly Spright will trial again before embarking on a new campaign at Royal Randwick next month.
SUNDAY: January 8, 2017: LIGHTNING does strike twice – and in the same place!
FRIDAY: January 6, 2017: HAWKESBURY has programmed a new set of trials to be conducted on Monday, January 30.
MONDAY: January 2, 2017: HAWKESBURY trainer Terry Croft ended the year on a winning note when No Escape shed his maiden status at Gosford on New Year’s Eve.
WEDNESDAY: December 28, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith is keen to test yesterday’s Orange winner Drill Master over more ground in the coming weeks.
MONDAY: December 26, 2016: IT was no trouble at all!
MONDAY: December 19, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Kearney has done a terrific job with a mare who was to have been retired more than 12 months ago.
TUESDAY: December 13, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Newman made it two wins in three days at Queanbeyan today and provided jockey Adrian “Mouse” Robinson with a comeback success.
Win at Hawkesbury for Snowden
SUNDAY: December 11, 2016: RELIEF more than excitement showed on Mitch Newman’s face at Hawkesbury today.
FRIDAY: December 9, 2016: DRAWING inside barriers is normally welcomed by trainers – but Adam Duggan is an exception in regard to Hawkesbury’s final meeting of the year on Sunday.
SUNDAY: December 4, 2016: LEADING Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton is on his way to another successful season.
FRIDAY: December 2, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Jamie Thomsen knows there’s no substitute for experience.
SUNDAY: November 27, 2016: THE Hawkesbury winners keep flowing in November.
FRIDAY: November 25, 2016: LIGHTLY-RACED Addicticraft will be given the chance to shed his maiden status on his home track at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
Trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith, after conferring with Addicticraft’s owners, this morning opted to stay at home rather than take on a 1900m Maiden Plate in town at tonight’s Canterbury meeting.
WEDNESDAY: November 23, 2016: IT’S been a big week for Hawkesbury trainers clinching metropolitan breakthroughs.
SUNDAY: November 20, 2016: A metropolitan breakthrough at Rosehill Gardens yesterday highlighted an unforgettable weekend for Nick Mitchell.
THURSDAY: November 17, 2016: TRAINER Mark Newnham has made an important gear change in a bid to make a winning debut at tomorrow’s Hawkesbury twilight meeting.
WEDNESDAY: November 16, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard will prepare many more winners in his career.
MONDAY: November 7, 2016: IT’S a pretty good system. Follow Hawkesbury horses at Bathurst meetings.
SUNDAY: November 6, 2016: WHAT a wonderful week it has been for Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer!
THURSDAY: November 3, 2016: IT was a pair of firsts on a memorable day for experienced Hawkesbury trainers Garry Frazer and Noel Mayfield-Smith.
WEDNESDAY: November 2, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith has warned not to ignore his Group 1 winning sprinter Famous Seamus when he makes a rare appearance at home tomorrow.
TUESDAY: November 1, 2016: IT might not have been Flemington, but nonetheless the drinks were on the Brewers at Nowra today.
SUNDAY: October 30, 2016: HE is named after a footballing legend, and it looks as though he can keep going just as his namesake did.
FRIDAY: October 28, 2016: HAWKESBURY has received 25 nominations for its feature Lander Toyota Ladies Day Cup on Thursday.
FRIDAY: October 28, 2016: THE Hawkesbury connection was “all over” champion mare Winx’s trainer Chris Waller at Gosford yesterday.
SUNDAY: October 23, 2016: HAWKESBURY mare Dream Lane would surely be at the front of the queue if Cups were won by consistency.
THURSDAY: October 20, 2016: TALENTED young sprinter Generalissimo’s Hawkesbury performance today further convinced his trainer Garry White of his potential.
WEDNESDAY: October 19, 2016: IT’S not often these days that Hawkesbury trainer Garry White goes to the races with a trio of live chances.
TUESDAY: October 18, 2016: TOUGH Hawkesbury sprinter Court Victory left his rivals “flat” at Cowra today.
SUNDAY: October 16, 2016: IN the afterglow of Spright’s explosive weekend Royal Randwick victory, Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer has been quick to lavish praise on his 22-year-old son Jordan.
SUNDAY: October 16, 2016: IT’S a day Brooke Somers will never forget.
SUNDAY: October 9, 2016: NOEL Mayfield-Smith is heading back to town with today’s Hawkesbury winner Romney’s Choice.
RIDAY: October 7, 2016: IT hasn’t been the best of weeks for Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard.
FRIDAY: October 7, 2016: SCOTT Singleton has made important gear changes to all his runners at Hawkesbury on Sunday as he bids to continue a flying start to the new season.
TUESDAY: October 4, 2016: GARRY Frazer’s skills as a horseman can never be questioned.
SUNDAY: October 2, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Nick Mitchell has become accustomed to seeing his tough sprinter Radical Impact being beaten in close finishes.
THURSDAY: September 29, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Bernie Kelly got a pleasant surprise at Wyong today.
WEDNESDAY: September 28, 2016: IT’S been a while between city drinks for experienced Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer.
THURSDAY, September 22, 2016: PATIENCE pays.
THURSDAY: September 22, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard is rapt to have Group 1 specialist Glen Boss riding Sons Of John in Saturday week’s $1m Epsom (1600m) at Royal Randwick.
PAUL JOICE’S selections for the Hawkesbury meeting on Thursday, September 22 are:
WEDNESDAY: September 21, 2016: THE best luck of all is the luck you make for yourself.
SUNDAY: September 18, 2016: LIFE’S a beach for Hawkesbury’s prime Epsom Handicap contender Sons Of John.
TUESDAY: September 13, 2016: IT might have been a heavy surface, but Hawkesbury trainer Jason Clisby was certainly glad today’s Bathurst meeting went ahead.
SUNDAY: September 11, 2016: HAWKESBURY gelding Jimarni’s Muswellbrook victory today could not have been better timed.
HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard had to “sweat” before RacingNSW stewards confirmed his home track victory with Haymate today.
WEDNESDAY: September 7, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Jamie Thomsen has the “drive” to clinch a breakthrough success on his home track tomorrow.
SUNDAY: September 4, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton’s flying start to the new season gathered further momentum with a home track double yesterday.
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FRIDAY: September 2, 2016: IT’S been more than four years since Robert Thompson added a Hawkesbury winner to his record-breaking collection.
MONDAY: August 29, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton wasn’t planning to back up last week’s Cessnock winner Court Victory so quickly at Bathurst today.
MONDAY: August 29, 2016: HAWKESBURY is rapidly emerging as an attractive alternative to leading Sydney trainers.
MONDAY: August 22, 2016: SAME trainer, same jockey, same last race……and same result.
SUNDAY: August 21, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton clocks up plenty of mileage each year to place his horses where he believes they are best suited.
THURSDAY: August 18, 2016: CHRIS Waller might have prepared the Rowley Mile trifecta – but three local trainers ensured all the spoils didn’t leave home at today’s Hawkesbury meeting.
PAUL JOICE’S selections for tomorrow are:
WEDNESDAY: August 17, 2016: BRENTON Avdulla won’t be in the least bothered if he “doubles up” on trophies at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
FRIDAY: August 12, 2016: LION Couchant surprised even his most ardent fan with the ease of his winning return at Gosford yesterday.
TUESDAY: August 9, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer had an interesting tale to tell after his four-year-old Sweet Fella had blitzed his Taree rivals today.
MONDAY: August 8, 2016: THE Brewers were on the boil at Bathurst today!
SUNDAY: August 7, 2016: A debutant and two horses with more experience contributed to a Wyong treble last Friday for Hawkesbury trainers.
THURSDAY: August 4, 2016: TODAY’S scheduled Hawkesbury meeting has been called off.
WEDNESDAY: August 3, 2016: AS Hawkesbury premiership winner Brenton Avdulla begins a new season there tomorrow with a strong book, another jockey is striving to make her mark with a NSW provincial breakthrough.
TUESDAY: August 2, 2016: HAWKESBURY’S affinity with the Forbes Cup meeting continued yesterday - but this time it was laced with sadness.
SUNDAY: July 24, 2016: NICK Mitchell and Terry Croft broke an exasperating run of “outs”, Scott Singleton celebrated a treble and Wade Slinkard and Garry White also chipped in for wins.
SATURDAY: July 23, 2016: HAWKESBURY has had a further upgrade and is now in the “soft” range for tomorrow’s meeting.
FRIDAY: July 22, 2016: IT will be up to local trainer Richard Nutman to fly the family flag on home turf at Hawkesbury on Sunday.
THURSDAY: July 21, 2016: HAWKESBURY officials are confident they have beaten the weather to proceed with Sunday’s Turf Industry Suppliers race meeting.
MONDAY: July 18, 2016: FIRST thoughts aren’t always the best!
THURSDAY: July 7, 2016: THE 2015-16 Hawkesbury training premiership is as good as in Gerald Ryan’s bag.
WEDNESDAY: July 6, 2016: BACK and refreshed from an overseas family vacation, Kris Lees is keen to maintain the stable’s momentum this week, at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
TUESDAY, July 5, 2016: HAWKESBURY will become the first racecourse in New South Wales to instal a synthetic Polytrack for training purposes.
MONDAY: July 4, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Wanda Ings hopes to set the record straight at Grafton’s July carnival.
SUNDAY: July 3, 2016: IT was a case of the winners can celebrate, and the losers can please themselves.
TUESDAY: June 28, 2016: IT’S been a quiet couple of weeks for Hawkesbury trainers – but they bounced back in style with a Nowra treble today.
SUNDAY: June 19, 2016: HEAVY rain today has washed out tomorrow’s Hawkesbury barrier trials.
MONDAY: June 13, 2016: WHAT an incredible week it’s been for Hawkesbury apprentice Claire Nutman!
FRIDAY: June 10, 2016: TRAINER Gary Nickson has dodged Royal Randwick tomorrow to hopefully give his unlucky young sprinter Voilier an opportunity for an overdue breakthrough at Hawkesbury on Sunday.
THURSDAY: June 9, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Connie Greig described Anytime Baby’s last campaign as a “write off”.
SUNDAY: June 5, 2016: STABLE star Sons Of John was an absentee – but it didn’t stop Jason Attard winning his second Saturday city race in succession at Rosehill Gardens yesterday.
TUESDAY: May 31, 2016: WHEN you’re hot, you’re hot!
MONDAY: May 30, 2016: YOUNG Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard hopes a metropolitan Saturday breakthrough will be the springboard to a really successful week – beginning at home tomorrow.
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MONDAY: May 23, 2016: IMAGINE having a mare who gives her all and has won four races along with running a stack of minor placings?
SUNDAY: May 22, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton set a personal benchmark in the last racing year – and he’s out to better it.
THURSDAY: May 19, 2016: A rookie apprentice rode her first winner, another jockey returned to the winning list after injury derailed her fledgling senior career, and a local trainer made it two wins in nine days on home turf.
WEDNESDAY: May 18, 2016: JOCKEY Jess Taylor heads to Hawkesbury tomorrow with a twofold purpose.
MONDAY: May 16, 2016: IN Greek mythology, Memnon was an Ethiopian king who fought with great skill in the Trojan War before meeting an untimely revengeful death.
WEDNESDAY: May 11, 2016: THE “breaks” are finally going Chelsea Ings’ way.
TUESDAY: May 10, 2016: THERE’S no place like home!
MONDAY: May 9, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith has made an important gear change on Romney’s Choice on his home track tomorrow, looking to keep the home fires burning.
TUESDAY: May 3, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Wade Slinkard has been waiting for the right opportunity to use apprentice Blaike McDougall.
SUNDAY: May 1, 2016: IMPORTANT gear changes contributed to weekend wins for Hawkesbury trainers Chris Gleeson and Scott Singleton.
FRIDAY: April 29, 2016: GODOLPHIN’S assistant trainer Darren Beadman has named Handfast and Duca Valentinois as the pick of his stable’s sizeable Hawkesbury contingent tomorrow.
THURSDAY: April 28, 2016: EMOTION will be riding high with young Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard on his home track’s biggest day tomorrow.
WEDNESDAY: April 27, 2016: SYDNEY’s leading trainer Chris Waller is throwing his weight behind Saturday’s Group 3 Panthers Hawkesbury Gold Cup (1600m).
MONDAY: April 25, 2016: ANZAC Day was even more special for a trio of Hawkesbury trainers.
MONDAY: April 25, 2016: NOMINATIONS for six races at Hawkesbury’s $1m plus stand-alone meeting on Saturday have been extended.
FRIDAY: April 22, 2016: PROVINCIAL Championships winner Danish Twist is chasing black type success at Hawkesbury’s $1m plus stand alone meeting next Saturday.
TUESDAY: April 19, 2016: QUITE frankly, he’s a winner!
SUNDAY: April 17, 2016: HAWKESBURY’S Wade Slinkard brought off a first-class training performance yesterday when he scored with roughie Sacred Journey at Kembla Grange.
THURSDAY: April 14, 2016: LOCAL trainers took full advantage of Hawkesbury Race Club’s innovative restricted Maiden races by filling the trifecta on home turf today.
BRIAN FLETCHER’S selections for tomorrow’s Hawkesbury meeting are:
WEDNESDAY: April 13, 2016: MICHAEL Freedman’s first starter from his new Sydney training base and the debut of sprint ace Chautauqua’s younger half-brother.
TUESDAY: April 12, 2016: THERE’S no substitute for experience.
MONDAY: April 11, 2016: EXPERIENCED racing official Greg Rudolph will return from a short Hong Kong break to take up a new role as chief executive officer of Hawkesbury Race Club early next month.
SUNDAY: April 10, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainers Bernie Kelly and Scott Singleton were to the fore at respective meetings at Orange and Canberra last Friday.
SUNDAY: April 3, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton was the hero behind comeback jockey Bobby El-Issa’s Orange success last Friday.
THURSDAY: March 31, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainers Noel Mayfield-Smith and Nick Mitchell have a common thread.
WEDNESDAY: March 30, 2016: KRIS Lees has named Magic Of Dreams as his best chance at Hawkesbury tomorrow of setting a new Provincial Championships Final benchmark.
MONDAY: March 28, 2016: FAMILY ties? Not on this occasion!
THURSDAY: March 24, 2016: NEWCASTLE’S premier trainer Kris Lees is targetting Hawkesbury on Thursday to break his own record number of qualifiers in the $400,000 Provincial Championships Final.
TUESDAY: March 22, 2016: IT was “all in the family” at Scone today.
MONDAY: March 14, 2016: WILL it be second time lucky?
THURSDAY: March 10, 2016: IT was like old times at Goulburn today.
MONDAY: March 7, 2016: WEEKEND Group 1 winning trainer Kris Lees is leaning toward a Hawkesbury start tomorrow for Australian Derby first acceptor Admiral Jello.
SUNDAY: March 6, 2016: THERE was no need for a protest this time!
THURSDAY: March 3, 2016: TRAINER Gerald Ryan heaped praise on apprentice James Innes Jnr after a Wyong success today.
HURSDAY: March 3, 2016: AFTER more than a quarter of a century of outstanding service, Brian Fletcher is leaving Hawkesbury Race Club to take on a new challenge.
SUNDAY: February 28, 2016: HAVE saddle, will travel.
SUNDAY: February 28, 2016: HE’S a son of a gun – and he’s off and running.
WEDNESDAY: February 24, 2016: TEAM Snowden heads to Hawkesbury tomorrow with an eye on winners – and an even bigger eye on the future.
TUESDAY: February 16, 2016: ROOKIE Hawkesbury trainer Mitchell Kearney won his second race at Bathurst last Sunday with a mare who had been “retired”.
MONDAY: February 15, 2016: IT was “overcast” in Bathurst yesterday, and perfectly fine in Queanbeyan today.
MONDAY: February 15, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton doesn’t mind travelling his horses to try and win races, even if means crossing borders.
SUNDAY: February 14, 2016: CO-trainers Lisa Cohen and Oldrich Jiricka clinched a second Bathurst Cup today, and completed a Hawkesbury treble in the process.
WEDNESDAY: February 10, 2016: LEADING Newcastle trainer Kris Lees is banking on the Brenton Avdulla Hawkesbury factor clinching him another Provincial & Country Maiden there tomorrow.
MONDAY: February 8, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Bernie Kelly’s patience with lightly-raced Tempus finally paid a dividend at Cessnock today.
SUNDAY: February 7, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Newman won’t mind putting jockey Adrian Layt on his horses anytime soon.
WEDNESDAY: February 3, 2016: IT’S more than one in a million!
FRIDAY: January 29, 2016: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton watched from afar as his much-travelled gelding Overcast shed his maiden status on his home track yesterday.
WEDNESDAY: January 27, 2016: HAWKESBURY is back in action tomorrow after a summer hiatus – and the Tony McEvoy stable is looking to play a prominent part.
Hawkesbury News January 25
SUNDAY: January 17, 2016: NO ONE could blame Jimarni’s owners for loudly cheering the Hawkesbury gelding to a well-deserved Kembla Grange victory on Saturday.
SUNDAY: January 10, 2016: HAWKESBURY apprentice Claire Nutman has “hit” a ton.
MONDAY: January 4, 2015: ALL tracks come alike to Connie Greig.
THURSDAY: December 31, 2015: A couple of months ago, Group 1 winning Hawkesbury trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith tabbed Reckless Russell as a potential Queensland winter carnival candidate.
WEDNESDAY: December 30, 2015: THERE isn’t much Tony McEvoy hasn’t done in a very successful training career.
TUESDAY: December 29, 2015: WHEN it comes to commitment, Hawkesbury apprentice Chelsea Ings has it in spades.
THURSDAY: December 24, 2015: IT’S been a big year for Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard.
TUESDAY: December 15, 2015: HAWKESBURY’S Scott Singleton is on track to notch his best season of training.
SUNDAY: December 13, 2015: TYE Angland isn’t giving up his Hawkesbury premiership title without a fight.
FRIDAY: December 11, 2015: KRIS Lees was quick to cotton on to Hawkesbury’s innovative provincial and country maiden races.
THURSDAY: December 11, 2015: THERE’S no stopping Tony McEvoy.
THURSDAY: December 10, 2015: IMPROVING four-year-old Life O’Brien will be given another chance at Warwick Farm later this month to develop as a stayer.
TUESDAY: December 8, 2015: HAWKESBURY stables had a big day out at today’s Orange meeting.
FRIDAY: December 4, 2015: NEWCASTLE’S leading jockey Andrew Gibbons aims to make the most of a rare riding opportunity at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
TUESDAY: December 1, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Connie Greig departed from her usual policy of not “sending a boy on a man’s errand” with Dawson’s War at Tuncurry’s first TAB stand alone meeting today.
TUESDAY: December 1, 2015: TWO of Hawkesbury’s headline races have been given substantial prizemoney boosts.
MONDAY: November 30, 2015: AS a former jockey Rebecca Brewer was ecstatic earlier this month when Michelle Payne became the first female to win the Melbourne Cup.
FRIDAY: November 27, 2015: TRAINER Gai Waterhouse has opted to put blinkers back on White Dove as she makes a double-pronged attempt to belatedly win Sunday’s Mitavite Stayers Championship Final at Hawkesbury.
SUNDAY: November 22, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainers Mitch Newman and Scott Singleton beat both the heat and their rivals at their home meeting last Friday.
THURSDAY: November 19, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer and his son Jordan are hoping to make it a family affair in tomorrow’s annual Bong Bong Cup.
THURSDAY: November 19, 2015: SUCCESSFUL Central Districts trainer Peter Nestor is making his first trip to Hawkesbury tomorrow in five years – and the “heat” is on everyone including his jockey Sam Clipperton.
WEDNESDAY: November 18, 2015: THE heat is well and truly on – but Hawkesbury Race Club is “keeping cool”.
MONDAY: November 16, 2015: IT was Hawkesbury’s day at Sandown on Saturday.
SUNDAY: November 8, 2015: TWO of the feature races lost when last Thursday’s Hawkesbury meeting was abandoned because of rain have been switched to upcoming fixtures.
WEDNESDAY: November 4, 2015: A wild storm has wrecked trainer Bede Murray’s hopes of winning tomorrow’s $100,000 Lander Toyota Ladies Day Cup (1400m) at Hawkesbury.
TUESDAY: November 3, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Newman sprang a “princely” surprise at Muswellbrook today.
THURSDAY: October 29, 2015: STRIKE while the iron’s hot!
WEDNESDAY: October 28, 2015: IT’S a day Scott Singleton won’t forget in a hurry.
SUNDAY: October 25, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Joan Pracey has a special affinity with Sale racecourse.
FRIDAY: October 23, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer is a man of his word.
WEDNESDAY: October 21, 2015: TALENTED young Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard is on the verge of his first Melbourne spring carnival runner – but hasn’t lost focus on his home meeting tomorrow.
SUNDAY: October 18, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainers Richard Nutman and Noel Mayfield-Smith clinched Nowra wins today – thanks to a pair of former Victorians.
THURSDAY: October 15, 2015: THERE’S no substitute for racing experience.
WEDNESDAY: October 14, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Tony McEvoy pulled the right rein by calling on Sam Clipperton to renew his association with Last Wish at Warwick Farm today.
SUNDAY: October 11, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Mike Van Gestel could never be accused of being impatient.
FRIDAY: October 9, 2015: ALL’S well that ends well!
WEDNESDAY: September 30, 2015: SURELY no one could have begrudged Hawkesbury mare Dream Lane a Kembla Grange breakthrough yesterday.
THURSDAY: September 24, 2015: IF it was any closer, it surely would have been a dead-heat!
WEDNESDAY: September 23, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard has his fingers crossed stable star Sons Of John will make Saturday week’s $1m Epsom Handicap field at Randwick.
WEDNESDAY: September 23, 2015: TRAINER Steve Englebrecht thought enough of Brogue last season to run him in the Group 1 ATC Derby at Royal Randwick.
SUNDAY: September 20, 2015: VITE LONI’S success in yesterday’s Broadmeadow Mile at Newcastle was fitting.
THURSDAY: September 10, 2015: HAWKESBURY’S innovative “restricted” races are certainly proving popular with Kris Lees.
WEDNESDAY: September 9, 2015: EXPERIENCED Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer wasn’t “blinkered” by Kurmond Road’s breakthrough success last time out at Bathurst.
SUNDAY: September 6, 2015: THE best is yet to come!
SUNDAY: August 30, 2015: NOT even the might of Sydney’s leading stable could stop Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton from continuing his winning run at home yesterday.
FRIDAY: August 27, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Terry Croft is confident Vite Loni can shrug off a Rowley Mile mishap and bounce back to winning form on his home track tomorrow.
TUESDAY: August 25, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Newman says he is “learning a bit more” about today’s impressive Gosford winner Don’t Nicme.
SUNDAY: August 23, 2015: THE “girls” got together at Kembla Grange yesterday – and produced an upset result.
THURSDAY: August 20, 2015: BLAKE Shinn’s decision to “get on his bike” powered trainer Gai Waterhouse to a fifth ILG XXXX Gold Hawkesbury Rowley Mile success today.
WEDNESDAY: August 19, 2015: HOME is where the heart is.
SUNDAY: August 16, 2015: NARROMINE’S Gold Cup is Hawkesbury bound.
SUNDAY: August 9, 2015: CONTRASTS they might have been, but winners are grinners!
THURSDAY: August 6, 2015: WHAT better way to start a new season on your home track than with a win?
WEDNESDAY: August 5, 2015: PREMIERSHIP winner Tye Angland is ready at Hawkesbury tomorrow to take up where he left off last season.
MONDAY: August 3, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainers racked up a hat-trick at today’s Forbes Cup meeting.
SUNDAY: August 2, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer had high hopes that Campania would make the grade as a stayer in her three-year-old season.
FRIDAY: July 31, 2015: KEN Quigley has taken over as chairman of Hawkesbury Race Club following the retirement of John Hiatt OAM.
THURSDAY: July 30, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton celebrated his best season to date by winning the final race of the metropolitan year at Canterbury yesterday.
TUESDAY: July 28, 2015: STABLE foreman Barry Wintle praised replacement jockey Danny Beasley for getting a “positive” result on well-bred mare Raffinato at Wyong today.
SUNDAY: July 26, 2015: HALF a loaf of “bread” is better than none at all!
SUNDAY: July 19, 2015: WOW! What a weekend for Hawkesbury trainers.
FRIDAY: July 17, 2015: HAWKESBURY Cup winning trainer Jason Attard has resisted an option to claim on topweight and nominal favorite Reiby The Red on his home track on Sunday.
SUNDAY: July 12, 2015: JUST how good is he?
WEDNESDAY: July 8, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton tasted success at today’s Grafton carnival – and it could have been even better with a slice of luck.
MONDAY: July 6, 2015: A couple of “girls” – young and old – put Hawkesbury trainers Jason Clisby and Steven Brown in the spotlight at Wellington today.
MONDAY: July 6, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Tony McEvoy burst back into the Sydney spotlight with talented sprinter Shiraz at Rosehill Gardens last Saturday.
THURSDAY: July 2, 2015: BRENTON Avdulla struck the first blow but it was Tye Angland who delivered the knockout punch to seal Hawkesbury’s jockeys’ premiership today.
WEDNESDAY: July 1, 2015: IT may be winter – but the heat will surely be on at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
TUESDAY: June 30, 2015: THE cutaway rail proved a blessing for Hawkesbury mare Abbalac at Bathurst today.
SUNDAY: June 21, 2015: FORMER Queenslander Set Piece has a bright future in his adopted State going on his Muswellbrook performance today.
WEDNESDAY: June 17, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Nick Mitchell wasn’t confident his luck was about to change for the better at Kembla Grange yesterday.
TUESDAY: June 10, 2015: IF at first you don’t succeed, try again!
MONDAY: June 8, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Jason Attard’s feature breakthrough led a huge day for the locals at yesterday’s Gold Cup meeting.
FRIDAY: June 5, 2015: YOUNG Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard will have “$20 notes aplenty” if he can pocket his most important success on home turf on Sunday.
WEDNESDAY: June 3, 2015: IMPORTED stayer Bonfire heads the weights for Sunday’s $150,000 Group 3 Panthers Hawkesbury Gold Cup.
MONDAY: June 1, 2015: SAMANTHA Clenton’s misfortune has opened the door for fellow apprentices Jess Taylor and Claire Nutman in tomorrow’s Rising Star Series finale at Hawkesbury.
TUESDAY: May 26, 2015: ALL tracks come alike to Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton.
FRIDAY: May 22, 2015: THERE’S no place like home!
THURSDAY: May 21, 2015: FATE often works in strange directions.
THURSDAY: May 21, 2015: HAWKESBURY’S special Coonamble Cancer Survival Raceday next month has been boosted by the addition of the Panthers Hawkesbury Gold Cup.
WEDNESDAY: May 20, 2015: “THE MOUSE” is ready to roar again!
WEDNESDAY: May 20, 2015: IF at first you don’t succeed, go back to basics.
MONDAY: May 18, 2015: HAWKESBURY’S Steve Brewer is proving himself a pretty “capable” trainer.
TUESDAY: May 12, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainers have a special affinity with Bathurst – and so it proved again yesterday.
MONDAY: May 11, 2015: IT’S all systems go for Hawkesbury to bounce back tomorrow.
MONDAY: May 11, 2015: SUCCESSFUL Sydney trainer Gerald Ryan’s decision to set up a satellite stable at Hawkesbury is up and running.
MONDAY, May 4, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton escaped the wet and found drier ground at Quirindi today – and the trip was worthwhile.
MONDAY: May 4, 2015: WANDA Ings led home a Hawkesbury “first four” at Mudgee yesterday and put the seal on an excellent day for her home base.
FRIDAY: May 1, 2015: HAWKESBURY boss Brian Fletcher is confident tomorrow’s $1m 10th anniversary stand-alone meeting will go ahead, provided there is no more heavy rain.
FRIDAY: May 1, 2015: TALENTED young local trainer Jason Attard is banking on a gear switch helping him celebrate an important home victory at tomorrow’s Hawkesbury 10th anniversary stand-alone meeting.
THURSDAY: April 30, 2015: TRAINER Paul Messara hopes to turn the clock back when he saddles talented colt Rekindled Power in Saturday’s $150,000 Group 3 Blacktown Workers Hawkesbury Guineas.
THURSDAY, April 30, 2015: KRIS Lees says Fine Bubbles is in “career best form” ahead of her tilt at Saturday’s feature fillies and mares’ event at Hawkesbury.
WEDNESDAY: April 29, 2015: SYDNEY’S leading trainer Chris Waller is launching an all-out attack in a bid to land his second Panthers Hawkesbury Gold Cup (1600m) on Saturday.
TUESDAY: April 28, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton called up Southern Districts apprentice Nick Heywood at Queanbeyan yesterday – and it produced the right result.
MONDAY: April 27, 2015: HAWKESBURY boss Brian Fletcher rates Saturday’s feature nominations as “better in numbers and equal in quality” to any of the previous nine stand-alone meetings.
FRIDAY: April 24, 2015: JOCKEY Tye Angland gave Hawkesbury trainer William Slater a huge wrap after the pair had teamed with impressive winner My Julius at Canterbury yesterday.
TUESDAY: April 21, 2015: TRAINER Kris Lees is chasing more black type with Fine Bubbles – beginning at Hawkesbury on Saturday week.
MONDAY: April 20, 2015: SYDNEY’S leading trainer Chris Waller has signalled a clear intention to target Saturday week’s $1m stand-alone meeting at Hawkesbury.
MONDAY: April 20, 2015: TRAINER Garry Frazer’s decision to apply blinkers to Sheer Style’s gear paid dividends at Wyong yesterday.
WEDNESDAY: April 15, 2015: YOUNG Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard will break new ground on his home track tomorrow and is looking to seal his first representative at the club’s forthcoming biggest raceday of the year.
WEDNESDAY: April 15, 2015: HAWKESBURY horses clinched a last-race quinella at Nowra yesterday – but it wasn’t the result punters had hoped for.
TUESDAY: April 14, 2015: HAWKESBURY Race Club at its Stayers’ Prelude meeting on Thursday will announce its final sponsor for the 10th anniversary $1m stand-alone Saturday fixture on May 2.
TUESDAY: April 7, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer John Higgins admitted he erred in stepping Leica Comet up in distance when a Bathurst flop last month.
WEDNESDAY: April 1, 2015. IT’S no joke! Scott Singleton is undoubtedly sorry that March has ended.
MONDAY: March 30, 2015: TONY McEvoy’s Albury Gold Cup success sparked an excellent weekend for Hawkesbury trainers.
Hawkesbury yesterday guaranteed itself three representatives in the inaugural The Championships Provincial Series final – and won three races to boot on home turf.
WEDNESDAY: March 25, 2015: NEWLY wed Josh Parr hopes to “tie” his rivals in knots in tomorrow’s The Championships Provincial Series qualifier at Hawkesbury.
MONDAY: March 23, 2015: IT'S been a good week or so for Hawkesbury owner-trainers.
NEWCASTLE: Friday, March 20, 2015: WITH three qualifiers already in his pocket, trainer Kris Lees has turned his The Championships Provincial Series attention to Hawkesbury on Thursday.
TUESDAY: March 17, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton is heading for a record-breaking year.
MONDAY: March 16, 2015: THE chooks came home to "roost" for Hawkesbury owner-trainer Michael Vella at Kembla Grange last Friday.
THURSDAY: March 12, 2015: YOUNG Hawkesbury trainer Jason Attard achieved a career milestone yesterday - his first Randwick winner.
TUESDAY: March 10, 2015: PORT Macquarie last Friday; Kembla Grange yesterday.
MONDAY: March 9, 2015: TRAINER John Sargent is taking no chances with The Championships hopeful Gust Of Wind, a keenly anticipated runner at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
MONDAY: March 9, 2015: UNDER the conditions, Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton wasn't eligible to contest a heat of The Championships Country Series at Port Macquarie last Friday.
IMPROVING stayer Sassenkile may be "thrown in the deep end" at his next start.
THURSDAY: February 26, 2015: TRAINERS Mitch Newman and Scott Singleton clinched a double for the "home team" at Hawkesbury today - but in contrasting circumstances.
WEDNESDAY: February 25, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Mitch Newman has gone to "extra lengths" to hopefully get Net Worth back into winning form on home turf tomorrow.
HE'S "still the man"!
HAWKESBURY trainer Wanda Ings and bookmakers at Cowra yesterday had something in common.
IMPROVING sprinter Showmaster's Taree success today has got Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer thinking about the inaugural Provincial Championship.
IT was a red letter weekend for Hawkesbury apprentice Claire Nutman.
HAWKESBURY mare Catseye Surprise is the "Queen of the North".
THURSDAY: February 12, 2015: HAWKESBURY trainer Scott Singleton used an old trick to "con" Bel Barrage back into winning form on home turf today.
WEDNESDAY: February 11, 2015: A son of a gun is seeking a training breakthrough on his home track at Hawkesbury tomorrow.
WITH Kris Lees dominating his local program at Broadmeadow on Saturday with a bag of winners, there was little room for anyone else!
A Mudgee double yesterday put the icing on cake for Hawkesbury trainers following a metropolitan success at Rosehill Gardens the previous day.
A break in the weather has heightened Hawkesbury Race Club's confidence of a racing resumption there tomorrow.
TRAINERS Garry White and Garry Frazer kept the Australia Day flag flying proudly for Hawkesbury at the weekend.
HAWKESBURY trainer Tony McEvoy's immediate goal with yesterday's Warwick Farm winner Manoeuvring is straight forward.
NEVER let a Hawkesbury horse get under your guard at Bathurst!
THERE was arguably no more happier person at Canterbury yesterday than Jason Attard.
CONNIE Greig led a quartet of winners for Hawkesbury trainers at the weekend.
THE festive season winners continue to roll off the Hawkesbury production line.
AUSTRALIA could have done with Connie Greig at the Melbourne Cricket Ground yesterday.
HAWKESBURY three-year-old J'alerte yesterday made the long return trip to Tamworth worthwhile for Team Vigouroux.
WOW! What a day!
HAWKESBURY trainer Wanda Ings doesn't have to make amends at all.
HAWKESBURY trainers Scott Singleton and Connie Greig have long adopted the "have horse, will travel" policy.
HAWKESBURY trainer Joan Pracey is banking on an unwitting ally "helping" her get back into the winning list at her home track's final meeting of the year on Sunday.
IF yesterday's Dubbo performance was any guide, Bee Plus will be "stinging" his rivals again soon.
HAWKESBURY trainers Connie Greig and Jason Attard celebrated weekend wins at different tracks.
HE'S ready for Hawkesbury.
IT'S all in a day's work - and it was worth it!
Hawkesbury Race Club CEO Brian Fletcher has reported that Hawkesbury Race Club Board of Directors have approved the removal of the second and third place getters stalls from the enclosure following discussions with Racing NSW Stewards regarding the safety of horses and carers.
HAWKESBURY trainer Tony McEvoy is considering an interstate trip with Mouro leading up to next month's Villiers Stakes at Randwick.
HAWKESBURY trainer Garry Frazer will have divided loyalties tomorrow.
"An idea by one of the groundsman at Hawkesbury racecourse is set to be taken up at racetracks around New South Wales to combat distressed horses suffering from heat and cardiac arrhythmia."
Today at the Hawkesbury Barrier Trials we tried out the new Semaphore Board.
IMPROVING Hawkesbury four-year-old Loncava - a tough Newcastle winner today - is a "nice work in progress", according to the Tony McEvoy stable, Loncava ($3.40 favorite) showed he has a future over ground with a dogged performance in the Benchmark 65 Handicap (1850m).
Temporary Full Road Closure of Racecourse Road, Clarendon for Resealing.
NOWRA one day; Randwick a few days later.
IT may not have been Flemington, but Melbourne Cup day was still pretty special for trainer Garry Frazer and apprentice Claire Nutman.
FORMER champion jockey Ron Quinton has won numerous feature races at Hawkesbury – but not as a trainer.
Hawkesbury Race Club Directors have granted permission following a request from Racing NSW Stewards to remove second and third place getters stalls in the Hawkesbury Race Course Enclosure.
The “real” Dubawi Dream stood up at Gosford today – and left bookmakers lamenting.
HAWKESBURY trainer Tony McEvoy sent three horses to Kembla Grange last Saturday – and they provided him with his first New South Wales treble.
HAWKESBURY’S fabulous sprinter Famous Seamus – now a racing millionaire – will get his chance for redemption at Flemington on Saturday week.
THURSDAY: October 24, 2014: BLINKERS have done the trick for much improved mare Kellyville Flyer.
On the road again! Tamworth a fortnight ago, and now Queanbeyan.
Jockey Andrew Gibbons hopes to build on his outstanding strike rate for trainer Tony McEvoy at Hawkesbury tomorrow - and in the process launch his quest for more provincial winners this season. The hard-working Gibbons has a near 50 per cent record (six winners from only 14 rides) for McEvoy since the latter set up a NSW base at Hawkesbury last year and didn't baulk at the chance to strengthen a blossoming association. He will ride Frost Dodger (Ontrak Engineering Class 2 Handicap, 1800m) and Tigerish (Hawkesbury Race Club Motel Class 2 Handicap, 1400m) - the same two horses he partnered at the Taree Cup carnival opener on August 22. Both horses are five-year-olds and were resuming that day, having not raced since late February.
There's plenty of life in the "old girl" yet! Hawkesbury mare Carry On Singing, now a seven-year-old, notched another city success when she scored at Warwick Farm today. In the process, she gave her trainer Ethne Potowski another great thrill and enabled her to upstage Sydney's record-breaking trainer Chris Waller.
Starting at $20, Carry On Singing sustained a strong run wide out in the straight to outstay the Waller pair Scarletini ($7.50) and $5 favorite Pentometer in the Benchmark 75 Handicap (2400m). Waller actually had four representatives, with Made To Order ($6.50) and Plenty Special ($8.50) finishing sixth and eighth respectively.
Hawsbery trainer Warwick Hailes' attention to detail hopefully will bring him a just reward on his home track tomorrow. His sole runner Remlaps Jewel contests the Hawkesbury Gazette Class 1 Handicap (1000m) - but it wasn't a race he had originally targeted. In fact, Hailes nominated the mare for three races on consecutive days - including Canterbury today and Wyong on Friday. But he told Remlaps Jewel's managing part-owner Wayne Palmer that he would keep an eye on the Hawkesbury event in case nominations fell short and were extended. And that is exactly what happened.