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Wings Of Song will tackle the Group 1 Australasian Oaks.Wings Of Song will tackle the Group 1 Australasian 
South Australia Horse Racing News:
In Horse racing news a field of 16, plus three emergencies, has been declared for Saturday’s Group 1 Australasian Oaks (2000m) at Morphettville.
Trainer Patrick Payne, who won last year’s SA Derby with Dunkel.
He is chasing another Adelaide feature, and has star filly Wings Of Song in the race.
Wings Of Song is chasing her seventh straight win.
In Horse racing news last start Group 1 NZ Oaks winner Pulchritudinous will have her first start for the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable after recently being purchased by Yulong.
Positivity and Qali Al Farrasha, who finished behind Pulchritudinous in the NZ Oaks, will get their chance to atone and make new headlines in horse racing news.
Chris Waller and James McDonald will combine with Concello, who has drawn well in barrier 6 as J-Mac looks to break the record for the most Group 1 wins in a season and make new horse racing news.

Horse Racing News


No – Horse – Trainer – Jockey – Barrier – Weight

1 – PULCHRITUDINOUS – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott – Tim Clark – 7 – 56kg

2 – WINGS OF SONG – Patrick Payne – Jake Noonan – 9 – 56kg

3 – POSITIVITY – Andrew ForsmanMichael Dee – 8 – 56kg

4 – SERASANA – Robbie Griffiths & Mathew de Kock – John Allen – 3 – 56kg

5 – QUEEN OF DRAGONS – Peter & Paul Snowden – Damian Lane – 2 – 56kg

6 – VIBRANT SUN – Mick Price & Michael Kent (Jnr) – Mark Zahra – 12 – 56kg

7 – MOLLYNICKERS – Peter G Moody & Katherine ColemanCarleen Hefel – 15 – 56kg

8 – COCO SUN – Tony & Calvin McEvoy – Jamie Kah – 4 – 56kg

9 – QALI AL FARRASHA – Mark Walker – Billy Egan – 19 – 56kg

10 – QUICKSTER – Peter G Moody & Katherine Coleman – Blake Shinn – 14 – 56kg

11 – CONCELLO – Chris Waller – James McDonald – 6 – 56kg

12 – PRIVATE LEGACY – Gregory HickmanCraig Williams – 10 – 56kg

13 – INTO YOU – Shay KeatingAlana Kelly – 11 – 56kg

14 – THE AUTUMN BELLE – Henry DwyerBeau Mertens – 16 – 56kg

15 – BON MISTRESS – Ken & Kasey Keys – Daniel Stackhouse – 5 – 56kg

16 – INFINITY IMPERIAL – Liam Howley – 17 – 56kg


17 – HARVEST MOON – Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott – Winona Costin – 18 – 56kg

18 – SEEKING STARDOM – Andrew Gluyas – TBD – 13 – 56kg

19 – SHUT THAT D’OR – Garret Lynch – TBD – 1 – 56kg


Wings Of Song is a filly with a turn of foot and should get plenty of room to work with from barrier nine.

Positivity can add speed into the race and should find her way up on the tempo from barrier eight. Coco Sun looks like she’ll get all the favours after being handed gate four with Jamie Kah in the saddle.

Same goes with Concello after drawing barrier six and J-Mac on.

LOSERS: Mollynickers will have to be good after drawing barrier 15. Vibrant Sun may be forced to work from barrier 12 with speed underneath her. Quickster has been given no favours drawing gate 14.


$6 WINGS OF SONG, CONCELLO, $7 Vibrant Sun, $8 Pulchritudinous, Coco Sun, $9.50 Queen Of Dragons, $15 The Autumn Belle, Qali Al Farrasha, Mollynickers,

$26 Private Legacy, $34 Positivity, $61 Serasana, Into You, $101 Bon Mistress, Seeking Stardom, $151 Infinity Imperial, Shut That Dor, Harvest Moon


Last year’s Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes (1200m) was supposed to be the last time we saw Passive Aggressiveon a racetrack, but 12 months on, the gun mare is back for a second crack at the now $1 million sprint at Morphettville on Saturday.

The Grahame Begg-trained mare finished eighth in the 2023 edition of the Sangster and was retired to stud shortly after, with the intention of getting her covered by marquee stallion I Am Invincible.

Passive Aggressive failed to get in foal however, and Begg welcomed the mare back into his stable with open arms once owner Jonathan Munz decided to put the breeding barn plans on hold.

“He didn’t want to get a late cover, so we decided to put her back into work and fortunately she came back really well,” 15-time Group 1-winning trainer Begg said.

The five-year-old mare returned with an impressive win in the Group 2 Challenge Stakes (1000m) at Randwick on March 9 – just over 10 months since her last run, before finishing sixth in the Group 1 The Galaxy (1100m) on March 23.

The Ciaron Maher-trained Estriella has maintained her position at the head of betting for the Robert Sangster Stakes despite drawing a wide gate.

In horse racing news Estriella drew out in barrier 11 of the 14 acceptors in the Group 1 race for fillies and mares over 1200m at Morphettville on Saturday in which she will be joined by stablemate I Am Me which drew barrier two.

Maher is chasing a third straight win in the race having scored with Snapdancer in 2022 and Ruthless Dame last year when in a training partnership David Eustace.

If either Estriella or I Am Me prevail they will provide their respective jockeys Mark Zahra or Blake Shinn with their first wins in the race and a chance to create new horse racing news.


Amelia's Jewel seeks redemption in the second ever running of The Quokka after going agonisingly close in the very first edition last year, but chances dealt a cruel blow with wide barrier draw.

In horse racing news star mare Amelia’s Jewel is set to change trainers, joining Annabel Neasham’s stable after her upcoming run in The Goodwood at Morphettville on May 11.

This decision follows her recent second-place finish in WA’s $5 million slot race, The Quokka.

Under the set weights and penalties conditions of The Goodwood, Amelia’s Jewel will carry 56.5kg due to her Group 1 status, resulting in a 4kg penalty.

Trainer Simon Miller plans to fly her to Melbourne and then Adelaide to prepare for the race.

Amelia’s Jewel’s move adds to the anticipation of The Goodwood, one of the highlights of the Adelaide Racing Carnival, featuring four $1 million Group 1 races.

In horse racing news nominations for The Goodwood close on Thursday, May 2.


Karis Teetan tasted G1 Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m) glory with Mr Stunning in 2020 and he is hoping for another stroke of magic aboard Hong Kong debutant Little Brose in this year’s HK$22 million contest in horse racing news.

The Australian import will be the youngest horse in the race as a three-year-old, but he is already among the field’s most accomplished contenders having landed the G1 Blue Diamond Stakes (1200m) as a two-year-old last February.

While realistic about the task in hand, Teetan reports the colt to have acclimatised well to life in the city now with David Hayes and is optimistic he can deliver on the promise he has shown so far.

“It just shows everyone must think pretty highly of the horse to go for a task like that,” Teetan said.

“Of course it’s going to be tough for him, but when I sit on him he gives me a good feeling. I trialled him last week and I was really happy with his work. He comes to Hong Kong having won the Blue Diamond so he has the ability.

“Going to a Group 1 is going to be hard but I think he’s well prepared for the race.

With Lucky Sweynesse not being in there it looks wide open among the Hong Kong horses and anything can happen. If he gets a good draw I think he’s going to run a good race.

“I got to know him a lot when I trialled him at Happy Valley because they put the blinkers on him and he was a bit keen. I told David as soon as I jumped off him to take them off him.

He feels like he wants to be ridden just where he’s comfortable. I don’t think he’s a horse who wants to be ridden for speed. He’s got a good finish.”

Teetan, who spent last weekend rubbing shoulders with a different kind of athletic elite at the Shanghai Grand Prix, was one of few people unperturbed by the persistent thunderstorms at Sha Tin on Tuesday morning.

“It looks like these thunderstorms will be around all week, so it all depends how much rain we have on the day. We’re very blessed with Sha Tin, it drains really quickly, so we’ll need a lot of rain to get a soft track.

Running in Australia, my horse will have run on tracks with more give in them than in Hong Kong.”

While there is reason to think Little Brose could handle soft conditions, Teetan believes it will pose a significant question mark for his former ride Romantic Warrior as he goes in search of a third consecutive G1 FWD QEII Cup (2000m).

He said: “These conditions will be tricky for him, definitely, because he’s never done it on soft ground before. If it does rain it will make it interesting for him, but at the end of the day those good horses often find a way to win.”


Fresh from emphatically securing the Sydney autumn’s rider of the carnival honours with another Group 1 win last Saturday, James Mcdonald turns his attention to unfamiliar territory as he continues his pursuit of 100 career wins at the elite level.

In horse racing new the champion jockey will make his South Australian debut at Morphettville this Saturday, when he will team with Chris Waller in the two $1 million Group 1 races.

In horse racing news McDonald will ride dual Group 2 winner and last year’s Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara runner-up Roots in the 1200-metre Sangster Stakes and one of Chris Waller’s runners in the Australasian Oaks.

In horse racing news Waller has four fillies nominated for the 2000m event, including pre-post favourite Concello, who ran third in the Group 3 Adrian Knox Stakes at her most recent outing.

South Australia is the only Australian state that hosts Group 1 racing that McDonald has not ridden in and the Kiwi is pleased it has worked out that he can get there this year, as he looks to make new horse racing news.

“It just hasn’t really fitted in but this year, correct me if I’m wrong, there’s not normally two Group 1s on the one day, so it worked out well,” McDonald told RSN927.

“Chris Waller is going to take a couple down, which suits us, and we’re able to get a couple of good chances throughout the day.”

in horse racing news McDonald bagged Group 1 win number 95 when he partnered Broadsiding to Champagne Stakes success at Randwick on Saturday, which was his sixth Group 1 win of the Sydney autumn.

In horse racing news Zougotcha won two of them, the Coolmore Classic and Queen Of The Turf, while he won the ATC Derby on Riff Rocket, Vinery Stud Stakes on Orchestral and the Ranvet Stakes on Via Sistina.

“It’s been outstanding, I’ve been rapt with it, the calibre of horse that we were riding throughout the carnival has been sensational,” McDonald said of his Sydney autumn.

“To come away with six Group 1s over the five weeks was really satisfying and I’m very, very proud of it.”

Morphettville is not McDonald’s only shot at a Group 1 win this weekend with the 32-year-old to head to Hong Kong for Sunday’s Champions meeting, where he will be reunited with local superstar Romantic Warrior in the Queen Elizabeth II Cup (2000m).

“It’s going to be some race, there are some fascinating horses coming across – Dubai Honour and Prognosis – so it’s not going to be a walk in the park, that’s for sure,” McDonald said.

“Hopefully he performs as he always does. He doesn’t run a bad race,” McDonald said.

In horse racing news J-Mac looks to break Malcom Johnstone’s record of 16 Group 1 winners in a season.

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Anders X Happy Pilgrim Colt



This Colt is by Widden Stud’s very exciting young stallion Anders, son of champion sire Not A Single Doubt.

Anders first yearlings have been hugely popular at the sale in 2024 with his yearlings averaging $194k at the January Magic Millions sale making this colt great value.

His dam Happy Pilgrim herself a 3 time winning half sister to Snipzu the Group and Stakes placed dam of 5 runners for 5 winners to date.

Including 3 individual Group and Stakes
horses, most recently the twice Group 1 placed (Blue Diamond and Inglis Sires Produce) Don Corleone.

This Colt is a ½ brother to our very promising 2yo trial winner Private Harry, a horse we have a very high opinion of after winning his trial very impressively.

Beating the subsequent
Blue Diamond Prelude Group 3 placed Holmes A Court and Group 3 Kindergarten placed Halliet in the process.

The Colt was presented at the Inglis Classic Sale by Rheinwood Pastoral, in recent times Rheinwood have produced the highly exciting colt Libertad.

A winner of the Group 3 Kindergarten Stakes at 2 and the Group 3 San Domenico (just like Anders) highlighting their ability to produce top class racehorses to compete at the highest level.

He is a quality early looking sprinting type and shared a lot of similar characteristics to his brother Private Harry. He had a great action and looks very precocious.

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This Colt is by Newgate Farm’s exciting first season sire Cosmic Force, already doing a great job with only a handful of runners so far.

Producing 3 individual Stakes horses including the Blue Diamond Prelude Group 3 runner up Stay Focused and Inglis Nursery runner up Beer Baron.

His dam Miss Marilyn a winner at 1100m is a half sister to the illustrious Group 1 The Galaxy sprint winning earner of over $1.7 million Mistegic and Stakes winner of no less than 11 individual wins Rightson.

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