This Sunday’s racing will be highlighted by Wodonga Cup Day. The $66,000 feature race over 1590m has attracted a field of 14 with the quality galloper Murdoch’s Joy looking the hardest to beat for Linda Meech and hometown trainer Brian Cox.
Punters will have to wait until later in the day to see some decent racing from Swan Hill this Sunday due to the fact that the first three races are maidens with next to nothing in depth.
Plenty of scratchings and a likely heavy track will make it hard for punters to find the winners at Grafton on Sunday but we think we have the winners here for you punters.
The nation’s capital will play host to a good card of racing on Sunday with leading trainer Guy Walter expected to lead with the way with a couple of leading chances.
Shaun Guymer returned to the winner’s circle for the fifth consecutive Saturday meeting when he steered Gaze In Awe to a last-to-first success at Canterbury.
Toowoomba sprinter Listen Son earned a shot at the Doomben Summer Series with a thrilling victory in the Listed Keith Noud Quality at Eagle Farm.
Apprentice Adam Hyeronimus landed the biggest win of his career with a bold front running ride on Zara Dancer in Saturday’s Frank Underwood Cup at Canterbury.
Trainer Cindy Alderson is looking to send in-form stayer Sea Galleon to Sydney for the Christmas Cup at Rosehill after his comfortable win at Sandown on Saturday.
Underrated filly Hidden Jewel continues to surprise trainer Matt Dunn and could now be set for next year’s Brisbane winter carnival following her easy win at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
A deteriorating Sandown track proved no problem for Full Peal who recorded his fourth straight win on Saturday.