Maraudamiss Up The Rails
The 1800m looked a little bit short for Maraudamiss at Sandown on Wednesday but Mick's track walking skills came to the fore when he noticed that ... Read More
Mick's Daughters Cheer!
Named after her ownership - raced by Michael Kent's four daughters - Four Sisters was an impressive winner at Sale on Monday.
Having only her ... Read More
There had been plenty of money around to suggest that Southerly Wind was ready to run a big race at his Flemington debut on Saturday, the ... Read More
It was a winner for another trainer but still an extremely satisfying one for Michael Kent, owner of Big Quid who was so impressive saluting at only ... Read More
It was a sensational first up victory by Nesbo at Sandown on Saturday, the talented six-year-old settling at the rear of the Ladbrokes Live Play ... Read More
Cheering on any winner is a big thrill for an owner, all the more so when that horse is a home-bred.
And more exciting still when the winner's ... Read More
Tango Rockets Home
It took a photo to determine whether Tango Rock had finished hard enough to secure victory in Saturday's Le Pine Handicap but he had just done that - ... Read More
Water Loves The Wet!
It was her first crack at a heavy track and judging by the style of her dominant victory at Werribee on Thursday, it is going to be a good winter for ... Read More
Pearl Of A Win
Suited by a rise in distance and a drop in class - and aided by a great ride by Michael Walker on his comeback from injury - Galileo's Pearl ... Read More
Iron Too Strong
We are hoping that the runaway victory recorded by Iron Spider at Pakenham on Thursday night is a precursor to even bigger and betting things for his ... Read More
Holy Cow Another Winner!
The impost of 61kg was not enough to stop Holy Cow showing her class at Sandown on Wednesday, the talented but unfortunately sparingly raced mare ... Read More
The stable's stellar run continued at Sandown on Wednesday... Michael Kent cheering on his fifth consecutive metropolitan winner when Quilate proved ... Read More
GROUP ONE ABBEY!
A three-year-old winning a Group One Classic at just her third start, an illness prone four-year-old claiming his sixth in a row, a city win for a ... Read More
GOOD VALUE FIGHTS & FIGHTS!
"He has such a big heart," said Michael Kent after a particuarly courageous victory by Good Value at Flemington on Saturday, the nine-year-old ... Read More
Supido is Group One Goodwood Handicap bound after a determined victory down the Flemington straight on Saturday, the classy four-year-old stretching ... Read More
First Up For Ethan
After a somewhat frustrating run of seconds it was great to see the talented Gangstar's Curse break through for a deserved victory at Cranbourne on ... Read More
Preparing any horse to race takes a certain amount of skill, preparing an illness prone one for good races is an art form!
Which is why, should ... Read More
It is an exciting process, enjoying your horse progress from youngster to racehorse, to name it and then watch on as they make their name well known ... Read More
The future looks bright for Maraudamiss who recorded another dominant victory at Ballarat on Wednesday, her third success from her last four ... Read More
Always travelling like the hot odds-on favourite he was, Tango Rock could not have been any impressive breaking his maiden at Geelong on Tuesday - ... Read More
The Gr.1 South Australian Derby looks a real possibility for exciting stayer Charlevoix who really looked the goods recording a barnstorming black ... Read More
Daru Sam Fights
Getting back in a slowly run contest made it a tough job for odds-on favourite Daru Sam at Cranbourne on Friday night but he was not to be denied, ... Read More
The stable has a lovely group of three-year-olds this season and another stepped up to the mark with an impressive victory at Kyneton on Thursday, ... Read More
It was both a thrill and a relief to see Quilate break through for her maiden victory at Cranbourne on Friday evening, the promising filly not always ... Read More
Michael C Kent Racing Stables
Michael says: 'Cranbourne provides excellent training facilities. It's a city class training centre in a country environment which is conducive to horses doing well and the state's best barrier trials are conducted here.
Our stables are adjacent to the training facility which allows us to 'walk on' rather than float the horses to the track; we have access to the swimming pool and proximity to the beach which is a regular part of the training regime for our horses.
'I'm always open to alternatives. We cannot assume there are not better ways to train a racehorse. We have to be smarter than simply relying on big numbers, on turning over horses in order to find a good one and be smarter in nurturing and developing the good ones we find.'
Michael joins Shane Anderson to share his thoughts on Exercise Induced Pulmonary Hemorrhage (EIPH), and the effects that weather and track conditions can have on racehorses. Listen here: https://soundcloud.com/rsn-racing/mick-kent-trainer-racing
|Oncidium Ruler||Jul 14, 2016||8 - Cranbourne||0.20||Jake Bayliss|
|Maraudamiss||Jun 29, 2016||8 - Sandown-Hillside||3.50||B Rawiller|
|Albion Road||Jun 25, 2016||7 - Moe||1.30||J Mott|
|Nesbo||Jun 04, 2016||6 - Sandown-Hillside||2.30||D Dunn|
|Leodoro||May 29, 2016||5 - Racing.Com Park||0.80||Ethan Brown|
|Tango Rock||May 28, 2016||6 - Sandown-Lakeside||0.10||Jake Bayliss|
|Galileo's Pearl||May 13, 2016||2 - Geelong Synthetic||1.30||M J Walker|
|Iron Spider||May 12, 2016||7 - Racing.Com Park Syn||3.30||L Currie|
|Quilate||May 11, 2016||4 - Sandown-Lakeside||0.50||D Dunn|
|Supido||May 07, 2016||5 - Flemington||0.40||J Winks|