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  • Queens Birthday Holiday Races -Murray Bridge

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  • Little Chococy making a big difference

    For such a little pony, Chocolate makes a big difference to the racehorses around him. Chocolate (or ‘Choccy’) is probably the most well-known ‘companion horse’ in South Australia and his owner, Morphettville trainer Paula Trenwith, says he plays an important role in keeping her horses calm and safe… Q: How...

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  • So good to see Scarlet enjoying South Australia

    Scarlet So has travelled all the way from Hong Kong, via Tasmania, to ride horses in South Australia. Scarlet is an apprentice jockey who started riding in races just over a year ago. “I had my first ride in a race on my birthday, April 19, 2019,” Scarlet says. “It...

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  • June Long Weekend- Pt Augusta

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  • Kayla two winners away from joining select group

    Adelaide rider Kayla Crowther is poised to join the select band of apprentice jockeys to outride their city claim. Kayla needs just two more winners to notch her 80th metropolitan winner and automatically shed her current 1.5kg city allowance, despite having almost a year remaining on her apprenticeship. The 21-year-old...

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  • 2YO to continue syndicate’s Dare to Dream journey

    A group of Dare to Dream owners are eagerly anticipating the June long weekend and the prospect of two new runners over successive days. The Macdonald-Gluyas stable will unveil a pair of previously unraced Dare to Dream horses, including a juvenile that could sustain the stable’s current run of two-year-old...

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  • Mid Week Races- Gawler

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  • Media Release: Maternity scheme introduced for SA jockeys

    Thoroughbred Racing South Australia (TRSA) is now providing extra support for female participants by introducing a Maternity Leave Payment (MLP) initiative for full-time licensed jockeys. The MLP is available to eligible female riders who are restricted under the Australian Rules of Racing from undertaking their normal duties as a jockey...

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  • Young quartet catches eye at Morphettville Parks

    Eye-catching performances from a quartet of promising young horses were a feature of Saturday’s nine-race meeting at Morphettville Parks. So You Can, Silver Lining, Dixon Street and Almadrava all notched wins that suggest bright futures, potentially at a higher level. Two-year-old So You Can atoned for an unlucky debut with...

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  • Bordertown hosts quality Millicent Cup field

    This year’s 3MP SABOIS + Millicent Cup (2000m) is being run at Bordertown, but has attracted one of the strongest fields in recent years. The line-up comprises a mix of runners who have performed creditably in strong SA metropolitan company over the past six weeks, plus a sprinkling of others...

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  • 3MP MILLICENT CUP

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  • Business SA report highlights racing’s role in COVID-19 economic recovery

    The state’s peak business body has underlined the importance of thoroughbred racing to South Australia – and its role in helping SA recover from the economic impacts of coronavirus. Released this week, Business SA’s 13-point list of recommendations – which has been presented to the State Government – aims to...

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  • Scarlet’s So excited to be chasing her dreams

    Jockey Scarlet So has big dreams – including one day riding alongside Joe Moreira and Zac Purton in her homeland, Hong Kong – but is currently focused on making a success of her second South Australian visit. Scarlet is apprenticed to the Leon Macdonald/Andrew Gluyas yard and comes to Adelaide...

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  • A conversation with… TRSA equine welfare officer John Cornell

    With our new equine welfare officer (EWO), John Cornell, having completed his first month in the role, we thought we would catch up with him to see how he was settling in and ask how he sees this new role working within the South Australian racing industry.  How have you...

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  • Carnival a success – from all racing metrics

    The information is in and it’s official – the 2020 Adelaide Autumn Carnival was an outstanding success, from all racing metrics, as the graphic below shows. The social and digital engagement numbers, TV viewing figures and race statistics (including total number of starters) all paint the picture. The carnival was...

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  • Mid Week Races- Strathalbyn

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  • Two trebles, an exciting 3YO – and some post-carnival justice

    Two trebles, the unearthing of an exciting three-year-old prospect and some post-carnival justice were among the highlights of Saturday metropolitan racing returning to Murray Bridge on the weekend. Apprentice jockey Kayla Crowther continued her outstanding 2019/20 season with a hat-trick of winners, starting with Queensland-bound filly Really Discreet, for trainer...

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  • Paula’s roller-coaster: High-profile guests & high winds

    Having a few million dollars’ worth of somebody else’s horseflesh in your backyard would heighten most people’s anxiety – but Morphettville trainer Paula Trenwith handled the pressure with aplomb during the 2020 Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival. Paula’s stable acted as home base for a string of high-profile runners from the...

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  • Amendment 56 -2019/2020 Racing Season

    TRSA wish to advise that in consultation with the Mount Gambier Racing Club, the Bordertown Racing Club and the Millicent Racing Club the meeting scheduled at Mount Gambier on Sunday 31st May has been transferred to Bordertown with some distance changes. Was Race 1, $22,500 Millicent Cup SABOIS +             2050...

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  • Amendment 55 - 2019/2020 Racing Season

    TRSA wish to advise that in consultation with the South Australian Jockey Club and the Murray Bridge Racing Club the meeting scheduled at Morphettville on Saturday 13th June 2020 has been transferred to Murray Bridge with some distance changes. Was Race 1, $45,000 2MW-LY                                     1050 metres Now Race 1, $45,000...

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  • Best win of the Adelaide Carnival? Best ride?

    Highlights flowed from the 2020 Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival, which ended with another brilliant day of racing at Morphettville last Saturday.  The carnival showcased some of Australia’s top thoroughbred talent, along with some rising stars of the turf, and a slew of talented jockeys.  So, what performances stood out?  Ours...

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  • Mid Week Races Balaklava

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  • She’s Krupt owners living the Dream

    A first-starter’s fast-finishing second at Murray Bridge earlier this month has generated a buzz among the horse’s Dare to Dream owners. Trained by Ryan Balfour, She’s Krupt is part of a Thoroughbred Racing SA initiative that gives more South Australians a chance to become racehorse owners. Launched last year, TRSA’s...

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  • Trekking’s exclamation mark on outstanding carnival

    The 2020 Adelaide Autumn Racing Carnival concluded in spectacular style at Morphettville on Saturday, when an outstanding program of black-type racing was highlighted by Trekking wearing down gallant home-town hope Gytrash to win the Group 1 Furphy Goodwood (1200m). The victory, in the shadows of the post, gave the James...

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  • Previews: National Stakes, SA Fillies Classic, Centaurea Stakes

    The strength of tomorrow’s Group 1 Goodwood meeting is underlined by the support card, which features five other black-type races. The first of those is race 2, the Group 3 National Stakes (1200m) for two-year-olds. Among the top fancies is Victorian visitor Diala, from the strong Hawkes yard. Diala led...

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