Richard Hannon is looking forward to seeing Lilbourne Lad test his powers at the highest level in France following his victory in Sunday’s Railway Stakes at the Curragh.
View todayâ€™s (29/6/2011) horse racing, form guides and odds, with races from Sandown racecourse, Canterbury racecourse, Eagle Farm racecourse, Balaklava racecourse and Belmont racecourse.
Darren Gauci was taken to hospital with significant lower back soreness but escaped serious injury in a spectacular race fall at Mornington on Tuesday.
Wednesday’s seven race card at Eagle Farm is highlighted by the return of the promising juvenile Double Ranga, from the Paul Messara yard, who has form around horses such as Flying Zero, Cape City Flyer and proven Group one performer Streama.
A very competitive eight race card is set down for Balaklava on Wednesday with leading hoop Simon Price set to dominate the meeting.
Wednesday’s eight race card at Betfair Park on the Hillside track is all about one horse – Capecover, who is on target to become one of the best jumpers Australia has seen.
So, so close last Saturday with the big6, but Shadowfax let us down. Hopefully we can go one better on Wednesday at Betfair Park where the big6 is on races 3-8 with a $10,000 jackpot. Here is my $20 strategy.
We got three legs up last Saturday, with the well backed favourites letting us down. The big6 on Wednesday for NSW punters is on races 3-8 at Canterbury with a $10,000 jackpot. Here is my $20 strategy.
Eight strong races are set to be run and won at Canterbury on Wednesday with the weather to be overcast and the track to be rated a Dead5/Slow6.
Australian sprinters, including unbeaten champion Black Caviar, are now eligible for a $600,000 bonus if they can win the Patinack Farm Classic and an overseas Global Sprint Challenge race before the end of next season.
Chris Waller used Tuesday’s Rosehill barrier trial session to boost the fitness levels of a number of his team ahead of first-up assignments on Saturday.
Multiple Group-winning sprinter Here De Angels has been passed to return to the races with next month’s Listed Ramornie Handicap his first-up target.
Warrnambool trainer Ciaron Maher believes handy galloper Riveted is going better this year as he prepares for another crack at the Banjo Paterson Final via Saturday’s sixth heat at Moonee Valley.
Time away from the racetrack will be the making of Eye Of The Needle but trainer Keith Dryden sees no reason why the unfurnished galloper won’t continue his winning run on Wednesday.