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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Victoria sees jump in female jockey apprentices after Michelle Payne's Melbourne Cup win The Victorian Jockeys' Association h
Victoria sees jump in female jockey apprentices
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 6 minutes ago
after Michelle Payne's Melbourne Cup win The Victorian Jockeys' Association has seen a jump in the number of women winning apprenticeships within the industry. This year's intake is made up of six... Read more
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The Courier
Heroics ensure Payne’s top pickMichelle Payne crowned 2015 Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year. SEALED WITH A K
Heroics ensure Payne’s top pick
The Courier / Posted 13 hours ago
Michelle Payne crowned 2015 Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year. SEALED WITH A KISS: Steven and Michelle Payne at Wednesday night's awards function. Picture: Kate Healy. 2015 just keeps getting better for Michelle Payne. The jockey became the first... Read more
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The Courier
Michelle Payne named Ballarat Sportsperson of the YearMelbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is officially the Queen of sport in
Michelle Payne named Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year
The Courier / Posted 14 hours ago
Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is officially the Queen of sport in Ballarat. 2015 just keeps getting better for Michelle Payne. The jockey became the first person in horse racing to be named Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year when she... Read more
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The Courier
Michelle Payne name Ballarat Sportsperson of the YearMelbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is officially the Queen of sport in
Michelle Payne name Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year
The Courier / Posted 15 hours ago
Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is officially the Queen of sport in Ballarat. 2015 just keeps getting better for Michelle Payne. The jockey became the first person in horse racing to be named Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year when she... Read more
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The Courier
Weir takes out first ever Widmer AwardBRIEF: DARREN Weir is a fitting winner of the Ballarat Sportsmen’s Club’s newes
Weir takes out first ever Widmer Award
The Courier / Posted 15 hours ago
BRIEF: DARREN Weir is a fitting winner of the Ballarat Sportsmen’s Club’s newest trophy. Darren Weir. Picture: Getty Images. DARREN Weir is a fitting winner of the Ballarat Sportsmen’s Club’s newest trophy. The Ballarat-based trainer was named the... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Kia Ora: MangawekaThe Rangitikei town of Mangaweka, gateway to the water, charms Elisabeth Easthe
Kia Ora: Mangaweka
The New Zealand Herald / Posted yesterday
The Rangitikei town of Mangaweka, gateway to the water, charms Elisabeth Easther. Mangaweka is a gateway town to the Rangitikei River, which is perfect for white water rafting. Photo / NZME Origin of name: The weka is the native woodhen, and manga... Read more
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The Courier
Payne looms likelyMELBOURNE Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne shapes as the favourite to take out
Payne looms likely
The Courier / Posted yesterday
MELBOURNE Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne shapes as the favourite to take out the Ballarat Sportsperson of the Year award on Wednesday night. MELBOURNE Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne shapes as the favourite to take out the Ballarat Sportsperson... Read more
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SportsFan
Gust Of Wind starts Sydney Cup campaignWinx confirmed for G2 Apollo Stakes return Photo Source: AAP Not even one of
Gust Of Wind starts Sydney Cup campaign
SportsFan / Posted yesterday
Winx confirmed for G2 Apollo Stakes return Photo Source: AAP Not even one of the better track gallops of Gust Of Wind's life can convince trainer John Sargent his stable star will be a proper Apollo Stakes rival for headline mare Winx. In a... Read more
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The Courier
Payne switches racing for polo in impressive displaySTAR jockey Michelle Payne had a few surprises up her sleeve during an exhibiti
Payne switches racing for polo in impressive display
The Courier / Posted 2 days ago
STAR jockey Michelle Payne had a few surprises up her sleeve during an exhibition polo match in Ballan on Monday. MAJOR DRAWCARD: Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne was the star of the show at an exhibition polo match in Ballan on Monday... Read more
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News.com.au
Playing polo no pain for PayneJockey Michelle Payne with horse Got It playing polo at Yaloak Polo Club. Pictu
Playing polo no pain for Payne
News.com.au / Posted 3 days ago
Jockey Michelle Payne with horse Got It playing polo at Yaloak Polo Club. Picture: Hamish Blair RACING royalty Michelle Payne has been horsing around. The Melbourne Cup-winning jockey swapped the whip for a mallet in a polo exhibition match... Read more
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SportsFan
Waller stable stars ready to step outChris Waller boasts more Group One winners in his stable than any other trainer
Waller stable stars ready to step out
SportsFan / Posted 3 days ago
Chris Waller boasts more Group One winners in his stable than any other trainer in Australia and several will step out in two states this week. Cox Plate winner Winx is scheduled to make her reappearance in Saturday's Group Two Apollo Stakes at... Read more
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SportsFan
Pride Of Dubai favouritism under attackThe Chris Waller-trained Counterattack is pressing Group One winner Pride Of Du
Pride Of Dubai favouritism under attack
SportsFan / Posted 6 days ago
The Chris Waller-trained Counterattack is pressing Group One winner Pride Of Dubai for favouritism on the Eskimo Prince Stakes at Randwick. Since betting opened on the Group Three race, Counterattack has been the best-backed runner, firming from $6... Read more
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SportsFan
Guineas hope Palentino returns in ManfredJockey Brad Rawiller is in an enviable position heading towards the Group One A
Guineas hope Palentino returns in Manfred
SportsFan / Posted 6 days ago
Jockey Brad Rawiller is in an enviable position heading towards the Group One Australian Guineas. But it's one that might come with a tough decision. Rawiller will ride the Darren Weir-trained Palentino in a race for the first time when the colt... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Prince warms up for hit-and-run missionMELBOURNE Cup hero Prince of Penzance is back in work for a single race in Adel
Prince warms up for hit-and-run mission
Adelaide Now / Posted 7 days ago
MELBOURNE Cup hero Prince of Penzance is back in work for a single race in Adelaide before being prepared for his Cup defence in November. The 100-1 Cup winner will tackle the 1600m Group 3 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on May 14. Part-owner Sandy... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Prince warms up for hit-and-run missionMELBOURNE Cup hero Prince of Penzance is back in work for a single race in Adel
Prince warms up for hit-and-run mission
The Courier Mail / Posted 7 days ago
MELBOURNE Cup hero Prince of Penzance is back in work for a single race in Adelaide before being prepared for his Cup defence in November. The 100-1 Cup winner will tackle the 1600m Group 3 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on May 14. Part-owner Sandy... Read more
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SportsFan
Dandino still looking for a home at studHigh-class performer Dandino is still looking for a home after failing to reach
Dandino still looking for a home at stud
SportsFan / Posted 8 days ago
High-class performer Dandino is still looking for a home after failing to reach his reserve in an online auction. Runner-up to Fawkner in the 2013 Caulfield Cup when trained by Marco Botti, the nine-year-old entire was retired with injury after he... Read more
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SportsFan
Melbourne trip confirmed for Turn Me LooseNew Zealand trainer Murray Baker is preparing for a return to Melbourne with tw
Melbourne trip confirmed for Turn Me Loose
SportsFan / Posted 8 days ago
New Zealand trainer Murray Baker is preparing for a return to Melbourne with two horses which provided him Group One wins last spring. Turn Me Loose leaves New Zealand on Sunday for a first-up tilt at the Group One CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield on... Read more
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WA Today
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner saysChanges to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner says
WA Today / Posted 9 days ago
Changes to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO Tim Worner says. Photo: Daniel Munoz Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner has hit out against the the possibility of tinkering with Australia's anti-siphoning... Read more
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Canberra Times
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner saysChanges to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner says
Canberra Times / Posted 9 days ago
Changes to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO Tim Worner says. Photo: Daniel Munoz Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner has hit out against the the possibility of tinkering with Australia's anti-siphoning... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner saysChanges to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner says
Brisbane Times / Posted 9 days ago
Changes to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO Tim Worner says. Photo: Daniel Munoz Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner has hit out against the the possibility of tinkering with Australia's anti-siphoning... Read more
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The Courier
James links up with KingSteven King will ride for Ballarat trainer Barry James for the first time in Ba
James links up with King
The Courier / Posted 9 days ago
Steven King will ride for Ballarat trainer Barry James for the first time in Ballarat on Tuesday. JOCKEY Steven King has had a distinguished career spanning three decades. He has won Victoria’s big three – the Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup and WS... Read more
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The Age
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner saysChanges to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner says
The Age / Posted 9 days ago
Changes to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO Tim Worner says. Photo: Daniel Munoz Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner has hit out against the the possibility of tinkering with Australia's anti-siphoning... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner saysChanges to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO
Trimming anti-siphoning 'not good for Australian viewers', Seven boss Tim Worner says
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Changes to anti-siphoning is good for Foxtel, not Australian viewers, Seven CEO Tim Worner says. Photo: Daniel Munoz Seven West Media chief executive Tim Worner has hit out against the the possibility of tinkering with Australia's anti-siphoning... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Five of sport's greatest comebacksRyan Crotty crosses for a match-winning try against Ireland. Photo / Getty New
Five of sport's greatest comebacks
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 9 days ago
Ryan Crotty crosses for a match-winning try against Ireland. Photo / Getty New Zealand produced a miraculous comeback in Wellington, overcoming a 14 point deficit midway through the second half to beat South Africa 24-21 in the rugby sevens final.... Read more
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WA Today
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rightsThe Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup fina
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rights
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
The Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup final, be removed from the anti-siphoning list. Photo: Getty Images Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is considering allowing Foxtel more access to sports rights, after... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rightsThe Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup fina
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rights
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
The Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup final, be removed from the anti-siphoning list. Photo: Getty Images Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is considering allowing Foxtel more access to sports rights, after... Read more
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The Age
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rightsThe Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup fina
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rights
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
The Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup final, be removed from the anti-siphoning list. Photo: Getty Images Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is considering allowing Foxtel more access to sports rights, after... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rightsThe Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup fina
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rights
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
The Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup final, be removed from the anti-siphoning list. Photo: Getty Images Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is considering allowing Foxtel more access to sports rights, after... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Bikie link to racing shooting scareUPDATE: A BIKIE prowled outside the house of a senior racing investigator a wee
Bikie link to racing shooting scare
The Courier Mail / Posted 10 days ago
UPDATE: A BIKIE prowled outside the house of a senior racing investigator a week before the home of his boss, Terry Bailey, was raked with bullets. The racing world has been stunned by the frightening attack on the Templestowe house of chief steward... Read more
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Canberra Times
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rightsThe Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup fina
Govt ponders Foxtel's push for more sports rights
Canberra Times / Posted 10 days ago
The Communications Department has recommended some events, like the FA Cup final, be removed from the anti-siphoning list. Photo: Getty Images Communications Minister Mitch Fifield is considering allowing Foxtel more access to sports rights, after... Read more
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The Border Mail
Monstar campaign awaitsBrad Rawiller likely to ride The Monstar at next city start ALBURY trainer Bre
Monstar campaign awaits
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Brad Rawiller likely to ride The Monstar at next city start ALBURY trainer Brett Cavanough is poised to take on the country’s best sprinters in coming weeks after stable star The Monstar produced an eye-catching return to racing at Flemington on... Read more
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The Border Mail
Monstar autumn awaitingBrad Rawiller likely to ride The Monstar at next city start ALBURY trainer Bre
Monstar autumn awaiting
The Border Mail / Posted 11 days ago
Brad Rawiller likely to ride The Monstar at next city start ALBURY trainer Brett Cavanough is poised to take on the country’s best sprinters in coming weeks after stable star The Monstar produced an eye-catching return to racing at Flemington on... Read more
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News.com.au
Why we’re obsessed with TV datingBe there for every awkward, hilarious and heart-warming moment. 'First Dates' a
Why we’re obsessed with TV dating
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Be there for every awkward, hilarious and heart-warming moment. 'First Dates' airs soon on Channel Seven. Courtesy: Channel Seven The romantic success of Bachelor Sam Wood and Bachelorette Sam Frost kickstarted a wave of dating show programs. WHEN... Read more
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News.com.au
Singular style leads the fieldJosh wears a navy suit by Trent Nathan and Makushla wears an orange dress from
Singular style leads the field
News.com.au / Posted 12 days ago
Josh wears a navy suit by Trent Nathan and Makushla wears an orange dress from Cup. Pictures: LUKE BOWDEN RICH colours, vintage styles and textured fabrics are on trend for next Monday’s Hobart Cup. Myer Group general manager of apparel Karen... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tiny sausage dogs will race at the Bungendore ShowJedi dachshund Obi-Wan, who will be taking part in dachshund races at the Bunge
Tiny sausage dogs will race at the Bungendore Show
Canberra Times / Posted 12 days ago
Jedi dachshund Obi-Wan, who will be taking part in dachshund races at the Bungendore Show on the weekend. Photo: Kimberley Le Lievre He might be tiny and sausage shaped but the force is strong in this one. Jedi dachshund, Obi-Wan, draped in his... Read more
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SportsFan
Group One winners to trial at RandwickCox Plate winner Winx headlines a talent-laden barrier trial session at Randwic
Group One winners to trial at Randwick
SportsFan / Posted 13 days ago
Cox Plate winner Winx headlines a talent-laden barrier trial session at Randwick featuring some of Sydney's highest-profile horses. The mare will line up in an 830m heat which also contains Chris Waller-trained stablemates Boban, Royal Descent and... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Inside a rugby WAG’s wardrobeWife of former Wallaby Mark Gerrard, Larisa Gerrard opens designer wardrobe | D
Inside a rugby WAG’s wardrobe
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 days ago
Wife of former Wallaby Mark Gerrard, Larisa Gerrard opens designer wardrobe | DailyTelegraph SearchUse keywords to search content on this website SearchUse keywords to search content on this website Larisa Gerrard pilates teacher and mum, is a big... Read more
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SportsFan
Popular Aus racehorse Intergaze dead at 22Intergaze, best remembered as the horse which beat Octagonal in the crowd favou
Popular Aus racehorse Intergaze dead at 22
SportsFan / Posted 13 days ago
Intergaze, best remembered as the horse which beat Octagonal in the crowd favourite's farewell race, has died aged 22. In a career spanning five seasons, Intergaze won 12 races and more than $3.7 million prize money. The 1997 Queen Elizabeth Stakes... Read more
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News.com.au
Michelle Payne courts Hobart Cup rideMichelle Payne after her Melbourne Cup win. Picture: Getty THE highest-profile
Michelle Payne courts Hobart Cup ride
News.com.au / Posted 14 days ago
Michelle Payne after her Melbourne Cup win. Picture: Getty THE highest-profile female jockey in Australia, Michelle Payne is looking for a ride at next month’s Hobart Cup — and is open to offers from Tasmanian trainers. Payne created history last... Read more
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The Courier
Payne looks at training futureMICHELLE Payne is getting prepared for her shift to the training ranks. TRAINE
Payne looks at training future
The Courier / Posted 14 days ago
MICHELLE Payne is getting prepared for her shift to the training ranks. TRAINER/RIDER: Payne is looking forward to getting her trainer's licence. MICHELLE Payne is getting prepared for her shift to the training ranks. But that doesn't mean she's... Read more
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Adelaide Now
Signoff’s Cup doubt a pain for WeirSignoff tested positive to ibuprofen after winning the Lord Stakes on Boxing Da
Signoff’s Cup doubt a pain for Weir
Adelaide Now / Posted 14 days ago
Signoff tested positive to ibuprofen after winning the Lord Stakes on Boxing Day. THE Adelaide Cup plans for Darren Weir stayer Signoff are in disarray because of the continued uncertainty surrounding painkilling drug ibuprofen. Weir did not accept... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Signoff’s Cup doubt a pain for WeirSignoff tested positive to ibuprofen after winning the Lord Stakes on Boxing Da
Signoff’s Cup doubt a pain for Weir
The Courier Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Signoff tested positive to ibuprofen after winning the Lord Stakes on Boxing Day. THE Adelaide Cup plans for Darren Weir stayer Signoff are in disarray because of the continued uncertainty surrounding painkilling drug ibuprofen. Weir did not accept... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratingsSerena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Sing
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratings
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
Serena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Singles Quarterfinal. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Forget the Melbourne Cup. It's the Australian Open which stops the nation. But how many of us actually tune in to watch the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratingsSerena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Sing
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratings
Canberra Times / Posted 14 days ago
Serena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Singles Quarterfinal. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Forget the Melbourne Cup. It's the Australian Open which stops the nation. But how many of us actually tune in to watch the... Read more
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WA Today
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratingsSerena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Sing
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratings
WA Today / Posted 14 days ago
Serena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Singles Quarterfinal. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Forget the Melbourne Cup. It's the Australian Open which stops the nation. But how many of us actually tune in to watch the... Read more
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The Age
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratingsSerena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Sing
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratings
The Age / Posted 14 days ago
Serena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Singles Quarterfinal. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Forget the Melbourne Cup. It's the Australian Open which stops the nation. But how many of us actually tune in to watch the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratingsSerena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Sing
Australian Open 2016 smashed by bumper Twenty20 and summer cricket ratings
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 14 days ago
Serena Williams yells out during Day 9 of the Australian Open 2016 Women's Singles Quarterfinal. Photo: Alex Ellinghausen Forget the Melbourne Cup. It's the Australian Open which stops the nation. But how many of us actually tune in to watch the... Read more
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SportsFan
Destiny's Kiss gives Moraitis more Cup joyThe Australia Day Cup isn't the Melbourne Cup and Destiny's Kiss is no Might An
Destiny's Kiss gives Moraitis more Cup joy
SportsFan / Posted 15 days ago
The Australia Day Cup isn't the Melbourne Cup and Destiny's Kiss is no Might And Power but his win at Randwick has brought joy to Nick Moraitis. The owner of 1997 Caulfield and Melbourne Cups winner Might And Power, Moraitis has scaled his racing... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Melbourne Cup winner's younger brother sold for $200kOne of the world's great trainers Luca Cumani walks past and you think you coul
Melbourne Cup winner's younger brother sold for $200k
Otago Daily Times / Posted 16 days ago
One of the world's great trainers Luca Cumani walks past and you think you could be at Royal Ascot. Then 100m behind is Sir Colin Meads and you realise you're not. Then Michelle Payne, the light of every racing life since the Melbourne Cup, saunters... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Exit of Adam Goodes, Jim Cassidy and Issac Luke leaves big gap in 2016With Jim Cassidy gone from the saddle, the red-and-green having lost Issac Luke
Exit of Adam Goodes, Jim Cassidy and Issac Luke leaves big gap in 2016
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 16 days ago
With Jim Cassidy gone from the saddle, the red-and-green having lost Issac Luke and the Swans missing Adam Goodes, 2016 could well be a gap year. With Jim Cassidy gone from the saddle, the red-and-green having lost Issac Luke and the Swans missing... Read more
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