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  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 11/9/2019

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Wednesday’s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Bendigo, Canterbury and Ipswich. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

  • Weights released for 2019 Melbourne Cup

    The Aidan O’Brien-trained Kew Gardens has been given top weight of 58kg in the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Last year’s Melbourne Cup winner Cross Counter will have to carry an extra 6.5kg if he is to repeat last year’s feat. He sits second in the weights at 57.5kg along with the… Read More »

  • Star SA sprinter could miss the Spring

    Promising South Australian sprinter Gytrash will miss Saturday’s Bobbie Lewis Quality at Flemington after suffering a setback that could see him miss the entire Spring Carnival. The Gordon Richards-trained gelding is suffering from a knee injury which is reportedly in the same area as the injury he injured last spring…. Read More »

  • Watch: Horse bites winning jockey

    There were some bizarre scenes in France overnight with a winning jockey being bitten mid-race by a rival horse. In an effort to win the Joubert Listed Stakes at Maisons-Laffitte, race favourite Palomba channeled her inner Mike Tyson and bit rival jockey Francois-Xavier Bertras. Bertras was unscathed after being bitten and… Read More »

  • Jockey Teagan Voorham released from hospital

    Tasmanian apprentice Teagan Voorham plans to be back in the saddle on Saturday after being given the all clear following a fall at Gawler on Wednesday. Trainer Chris Bieg provided an update on Twitter saying Voorham was “stiff and sore” but scans had come back “all clear”. Voorham was riding… Read More »

  • Winx gets a little sister

    Champion mare Winx has a new half-sister and the newborn could become the most expensive filly born in Australia this year. Vegas Showgirl, the dam of Winx, gave birth to a filly by Japanese stallion Deep Impact at 11am on Tuesday morning. Deep Impact, one of the worlds most sought… Read More »

  • Time to Reign to miss spring carnival

    Silver Slipper winner Time to Reign will take no part in the Spring Carnival after taking longer than expected to recover from a virus. Time To Reign’s spring campaign was due to begin last month before being delayed after the colt developed a temperature. Trainer Gary Portelli had initially hoped… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup plans revealed for Raymond Tusk

    Middleham Park Racing have confirmed plans to send Raymond Tusk to Australia to run in the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Racing manager Tim Palin said a plan to send Raymond Tusk to the Group 1 Irish St Leger had been ditched with the 4-year-old now set to head down under. “Having… Read More »

  • Scales Of Justice sets sights on Makybe Diva Stakes

    Memsie Stakes winner Scales Of Justice looks set to take on boom mare Mystic Journey in the Group One Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington on September 14. Trainer Lindsey Smith said on Twitter that they would be taking it “one race at a time” with the 7-year-old but had opted… Read More »

  • Key Kosciuszko contender ruled out

    One of the key contenders for the $1.3 million The Kosciuszko has been ruled out of the race after having sustained an injury. Mudgee trainer Gayna Williams informed Racing NSW Stewards on Tuesday that I Am A Cool Kid would be unavailable to fill a slot in The Kosciuszko due… Read More »

  • Watch: Is this the win of the year?

    Punters in the UK would have been forgiven had they torn up their tickets on this 2YO maiden midway through the running of a 1200m sprint at Hamilton overnight. Dutch Decoy jumped $6.50 odds at the Scottish track but midway through the running he looked more like a $501 shot…. Read More »

  • Change of plans for leading Everest contender

    Osborne Bulls’ Everest campaign will have a delayed start with connections opting to bypass the Group 3 Concorde Stakes. The five-time Group One runner-up was set to trial against Newmarket Handicap winner Sunlight at Randwick this morning but a late change of plans saw the sprinter withdraw. Godolphin announced on… Read More »

  • Punters plunge on Chautauqua’s brother to win on debut

    Punters will be keeping a close eye on today’s meeting at Scone where the brother of a champion sprinter Chautauqua is set to make his debut. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Rouchel, a half-brother to Chautauqua, makes his debut in Race Four on the card a 1100m maiden scheduled for… Read More »

  • TAB records their biggest ever winning price

    One lucky punter has kicked off their Wednesday with an incredible win from a 50c bet on the Mohawk trots. The punter placed the 50c minimum bet on the winner, Goddess De Vie, which paid a remarkable $1,255,10 on the NSW TAB. The total win pool for the race on… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 21/8/2019

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Wednesday’s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Sandown and Canterbury. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

  • Japanese star accepts Cox Plate invite

    Japanese star Lys Gracieux has accepted an invitation to the 2019 Cox Plate after being given given special dispensation to race. Under existing quarantine guidelines Lys Gracieux wouldn’t have been allowed in to the country, let alone take race in the Cox Plate. Current quarantine regulations prevent horses who have… Read More »

  • Wrong result called in UK photo-finish

    Racing officials at Kempton will have some explaining to do after another photo-finish blunder on Tuesday. Winner of the race, Albadr, had initially been placed in second behind favourite Loving Glance before the provisional result was overturned. Last year Kempton officials came under fire for making a similar error after… Read More »

  • Victorian trainer charged over bicarb positive

    Wodonga trainer Craig Widdison has been charged by Racing Victoria stewards following an investigation into a pre-race blood sample taken at Sandown in February. The Widdison-trained Cash Crisis was tested before finishing sixth in a 1300m-race at Sandown on February 6 where he returned an elevated bicard (TCO2) reading. Racing… Read More »

  • Victorian trainer facing cobalt probe

    Victorian trainer Mitchell Freedman is under investigation after one of his stable’s horses returned an illegal cobalt level in a pre-race urine sample taken in June. Racing Analytical Services Limited reported that a test taken from Pearl de Vere at Geelong Racecourse on June 28 detected cobalt at a mass… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 13/7/2019

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on the weekends horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Caulfield, Rosehill and Doomben. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

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