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Appalachian Annie unbeaten after city blitz

Appalachian Annie unbeaten after city blitz

Apr 02, 2015

VINCENT Malady kept a lid on the expectations of Appalachian Annie following a sensational jump out at Geelong two weeks ago, but it didn’t stop punters smashing her odds before a blistering win at Sandown on Wednesday. The Blevic three-year-old officially started at $4 ...

Strength Of Spirit storms home to win maiden

Strength Of Spirit storms home to win maiden

Mar 23, 2015

LIGHTLY raced gelding Strength Of Spirit gave his backers plenty of concern before charging home for an impressive win at Camperdown on Saturday. The $3.60 favourite dwelt badly at the start but impressed with a strong 600-metre run from near last to land the Reg Dews ...

Owner massages win out of Dan

Owner massages win out of Dan

Mar 16, 2015

WHEN it comes to hands-on owners, it is hard to beat Ramon More. A long-time supporter of the stable, Ramon owns Bluegrass Dan who won at Terang on Sunday with much of the credit going to his devoted owner who massages the gelding every morning after track work. Trainer ...

Bluegrass Dan upholds family tradition

Bluegrass Dan upholds family tradition

Nov 24, 2014

OWNER-breeder Ramon More celebrated the success of his second individual winner in a month when Bluegrass Dan posted his maiden victory at Kilmore on Sunday. Nicknamed Diesel, the four-year-old upheld a family tradition as the third winner from as many runners from More's ...

Holy Heart thrills Cartwright with explosive city win

Holy Heart thrills Cartwright with explosive city win

Nov 16, 2014

RACECALLER Greg Miles barely had time to spit out the words, "Holy Heart" as the six-year-old unwound an explosive finishing burst to give apprentice Josh Cartwright his "proudest moment" in racing at Moonee Valley on Friday night. The ...

Appalachian Annie makes dashing debut

Appalachian Annie makes dashing debut

Oct 26, 2014

EXCITING filly Appalachian Annie may be heading to the city next start after scoring an outstanding debut win at Yarra Valley on Saturday. Unwanted in betting at $18, the three-year-old caught punters unaware, defying the outside barrier and running slick ...

Stunning Surfside finish gives stable winning double

Stunning Surfside finish gives stable winning double

Oct 05, 2014

HANDY miler Surfside gave trainer Vincent Malady a sensational winning double when the gelding missed the start badly and stormed home to score at Murtoa on Saturday. The six-year-old's victory came just three races after stablemate Holy Heart posted his first win in ...

Holy Heart breaks drought

Holy Heart breaks drought

Oct 05, 2014

A GEAR change helped Holy Heart recapture his best form and romp home for an easy win at Murtoa on Saturday. The six-year-old had been racing below his best this campaign, but trainer Vincent Malady made a winning move when he replaced winkers with blinkers on the ...

Nowhere Man pays price for maiden win

Nowhere Man pays price for maiden win

Sep 15, 2014

SIX-year-old Nowhere Man was finally rewarded for his consistency but his Casterton maiden win came at price. The son of Mookta appeared as if he was going to have to settle for another minor placing in Sunday's Hygain Maiden Plate (1200m), but he raised an extra effort ...

Stablemates land Swan Hill quinella

Stablemates land Swan Hill quinella

Aug 12, 2014

SURFSIDE and Meteoric gave trainer Vin Malady his first quinella in memory when they fought on the finish of the last race at Swan Hill on Monday. Vin couldn't remember the last time he had trained a quinella, if ever, with Surfside ($15) upstaging his more fancied stable ...

Local apprentice boots home Providence to fifth win

Local apprentice boots home Providence to fifth win

Jul 18, 2014

YOUNG local apprentice Boris Thornton capitalised on his three kilo claim when he booted home track specialist Providence at Geelong today. Shouldering 58kg after the allowance, Providence gave Thornton his 12th win for the season when charged away to win in impressive ...

Tigidig Tigidig strikes early winning form

Tigidig Tigidig strikes early winning form

Jul 11, 2014

Well-bred gelding Tigidig Tigidig has hit the ground running posting his maiden win at just his second start for his new stable. The rising four-year-old flagged better wins were ahead of him when he followed his encouraging third at Geelong last month to land Friday's ...

Providence shines on good day for stable

Providence shines on good day for stable

May 05, 2014

IMPROVING galloper Providence led the charge when scored at Geelong on a day when the stable went close to landing a treble across two race meetings on Sunday. Providence appreciated the synthetic track to land the  Simonds Homes 0 - 64 Handicap (1300m), after ...

In-form

In-form "Harry" wins again

Mar 05, 2014

IMPROVING galloper Harold Bluetooth will have to step to a new level after he posted his third career win, leading all the way at Terang. The five-year-old has been a revelation for the stable since he made a late start to his career at the start of his four-year-old season ...

Harold Bluetooth rebounds after fly attack

Harold Bluetooth rebounds after fly attack

Jan 22, 2014

WITHOUT a fly in sight, Harold Bluetooth staged a stunning form reversal to post his second career win at Geelong. At his previous start, Harry had finished last when resuming at Geelong’s Boxing Day meeting but there was good reason for the failure as his jockey Jason ...

Panther pounces with overdue win

Panther pounces with overdue win

Jan 13, 2014

FRUSTRATING galloper Platinum Panther rewarded the patience of the local “Boys From The Hill” syndicate with an overdue win at Warrnambool. The flashy grey had been slow from the barriers at recent starts but got his act together when he jumped away with the field ...

Racehorse ownership opportunity

Racehorse ownership opportunity

Jan 12, 2014

Malady racing has been approached by prospective owners for shares in tried horses. This has opened the way for other racehorse enthusiasts to be involved. It is highly likely three tried horses will be acquired from the ultra competitive Sydney inner provincial racing area in ...

Bexley Farm

Bexley Farm

Jan 12, 2014

Malady racing is pleased to be utilizing Bexley Farm as its main spelling provider. Chris Malady, Vincents father runs the property in Murroon. The pasture at bexley farm is a great asset particularly late summer and early autumn as its grasses remain quite prominent without an ...

King Zero's win an early Christmas gift

King Zero's win an early Christmas gift

Jan 02, 2014

LIGHTLY raced gelding King Zero recaptured the promise he showed when he first joined the stable with an overdue maiden win at Kyneton. Ridden by Geelong apprentice Josh Cartwright, the five-year-old son of Danzero gave his connections an early Christmas present when he ran ...

Escadrille quick off the mark with new stable

Escadrille quick off the mark with new stable

Nov 21, 2013

FORMER Sydney galloper Escadrille is quickly making his mark with Malady Racing. A $160,000 yearling, he finished out of the money at his first three starts as a three-year-old on New South Wales tracks but with a staying pedigree and given extra time is starting to realise ...

Successful comeback for Providence

Successful comeback for Providence

Oct 09, 2013

NEW riding tactics and a gear change have revived the fortunes of comeback galloper Providence who came from last to score in the last stride at Benalla on October 6. The six-year-old normally races on-pace but when he struggled to the line at previous start at Geelong, ...

Patient owners rewarded with Blonde victory

Patient owners rewarded with Blonde victory

Sep 09, 2013

MANHATTAN Blonde rewarded the patience of her connections when four months into her campaign she notched her second career win scoring at Warracknabeal on September 8. Ridden by Linda Meech, the four-year-old was given the run of the race in third place and got home by a ...

Pelikaan Straat flies in home track success

Pelikaan Straat flies in home track success

Jun 03, 2013

FRUSTRATING galloper Pelikaan Straat posted his fourth win for the stable when he powered home from last to score on his home track on May 24. Ridden by Brad Rawiller, the seven-year-old over-raced and was severely checked off heels at the 500 metres but was still far too ...

Harold Bluetooth wins against odds

Harold Bluetooth wins against odds

May 10, 2013

A HORSE with a “different” name, who looked destined never to race, has given the Vin Malady stable one of its most satisfying wins with a maiden victory at Geelong on May 10. Bred by Drysdale businessman Lex Mortimer,  Harold Bluetooth suffered leg problems ...