Corowa race day abandoned

  • Andrew Dale Racing’s attempt to assault Corowa’s race meet on Thursday was cut short with the race day abandoned. Racing NSW stewards made the call after the track was deemed unsafe for racing after rain hit the region.

Swan Hill off the cards

  • ADR won’t get the chance to run horses across the Swan Hill Racing Carnival. Originally, Manalore was targeted at Friday’s $125,000 Vobis Gold Elvstroem Classic, while Hells Son was a chance to take his place in the SuperVobis two-year-old’s maiden. The carnival will still go ahead at this stage but with the track rated a heavy 10, trainer Andrew Dale will seek alternative routes.

Frankel filly bought by Stephen Spiteri

  • ADR client Stephen Spiteri made history at the Inglis Great Southern Weanling Sale. Mitchell Bloodstock purchased a well-bred Frankel x Vedema filly on behalf of Spiteri which sold for a whopping $825,000 – a record for weanling purchases at Inglis sales.

Shooting For Stars chasing Morphettville win

  • Former ADR galloper Shooting For Stars will start as an $8 chance in Saturday’s BM70 Peter Elberg Funerals Handicap (1250m). Fresh off winning by two lengths at Balaklava on May 24, the three-year-old filly will jump from gate six with Lachlan Neindorf in the saddle. Richard & Chantelle Jolly’s Klabel will start as the favourite as the three-year-old gelding pushes for three wins in four starts.

Flying Artie filly available

  • ADR has shares in a Flying Artie x Nishka yearling available for ownership. The stunning one-year-old filly was purchased by ADR for $10,000 at Inglis’ Classic Yearling Sale in February. The filly is currently at the breakers after spelling at Mitchell Park. Flying Artie has had his best season to date as a stallion, racking up 64 winners from 145 starts. For more information visit

Next assignments

  • ADR will target Wagga on Tuesday next week, while a bumper Saturday for the stable will be on the cards with horses running at Donald, Narrandera and Flemington.
  • Wagga will see Mojo Music and Sheila take their places, while Manalore will be looking to make his city debut at Flemington after a strong second place finish last start in the Jack Maher Classic. Hells Son could be aimed at the two-year-old Donald Classic (1200m) on June 17.

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