A fairly weak six race twilight program is set to be run and won this Friday at Mildura. The horse to watch is Seventh Bullet given the fact that the stable has been red hot in recent times with these cast offs.
The Mick Price/Craig Newitt combination should warm up for night meeting at the Valley with an early double at Mornington earlier in the day with two beautifully bred debutantes, both of which strike weak maidens.
The day meeting in New South Wales this Friday heads to Nowra for a competitive eight race card. All eight races appear to be difficult to sort out for punters but hopefully we have done the job correctly for you punters.
Victorian races will be worth more from next season after Racing Victoria (RV) announced a $15 million boost to prize money.
The 1990 Melbourne Cup winner Kingston Rule has died at Ealing Park at Euroa, northeast of Melbourne, his home of 20 years.
Dubai plans for Albert The Fat have been shelved with trainer Chris Waller setting the Emirates Stakes winner for a Sydney Group One autumn double.
An inside draw in a race that might be too short would normally be a cause for concern.
Mr Griswold is back from a foot injury which cost him racing over the spring carnival and will resume at Flemington on Saturday.
Larry Cassidy is confident of riding at next month’s Magic Millions meeting at the Gold Coast after succumbing to rib injuries which have ruled him out of action for the next four weeks.
The training partnership of Colin and Cindy Alderson will make a rare trip to Sydney on Saturday when Sea Galleon tackles the Listed Christmas Cup.