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Horse Racing News

  • Almandin wins the Melbourne Cup 2016

    Lloyd Williams has become the most successful owner of Melbourne Cup winners with Almandin claiming Australia’s greatest horse race. Almandin overcame a potent international challenge to beat the Irish stayer Heartbreak City with Hartnell taking the minor placing. One of Australia’s most successful businessmen, Williams has now figured in the… Read More »

     
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  • Atmosphere and stars for Melbourne Cup

    Helen Velissaris and Luke Costin Big money, big stars and a touch of rain have all come to enjoy the Melbourne Cup. The atmosphere has been building all day on Tuesday for the $6.2 million race. While tens of thousands of punters lined the track to spot the best race… Read More »

     
  • Jennifer 2nd winner for Weir on Cup day

    Darren Weir won’t have a runner in the VRC Oaks but the trainer has his eyes on the Sydney autumn with Jennifer Lynn who has stepped up to the plate in Listed race at Flemington. The filly produced a strong finish in Tuesday’s Lexus Hybrid (1400m) to claim her first… Read More »

     
  • Sisters from NZ take out Melb Cup fashion

    It was truly a family affair for the Melbourne Cup Fashions on the Field with two sisterss taking out the competition with outfits designed by their mother. Jewellery designer Olivia Moor came first in the competition with a burnt orange dress with white details and a tartan structural hat, all… Read More »

     
  • Darren Weir wins support race on Melbourne Cup day

    Darren Weir still can’t believe he’s a Melbourne Cup winning trainer. Prince Of Penzance gave Weir a surprise victory in the Cup 12 months ago but he doesn’t have a runner this year. The Weir-trained Speedeor took out one of the support races on Tuesday’s Cup program, the Schweppes Stakes…. Read More »

     
  • Godolphin’s Demonstrate wins at Flemington

    The famous colours of Godolphin have struck on the undercard to the Melbourne Cup at Flemington with Demonstrate. Sporting the royal blue, which will be represented by five runners in the Melbourne Cup, four-year-old Demonstrate justified his odds-on favouritism in the Lavazza Prontissimo (1400m) with his three-quarters of a length… Read More »

     
  • Capitalist to miss Group 1 Darley Classic

    Golden Slipper winner Capitalist will not race in the Group One Darley Classic. Capitalist was scratched from the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes on Saturday after suffering a stone bruise, eight days after the colt was withdrawn from the Manikato Stakes due to a wet track. The valuable colt has… Read More »

     
  • Hartnell a firming Cup favourite

    Punters have come for the favourite Hartnell who has again firmed to $5.50 for the 2016 Melbourne Cup on the back of some big bets. The Godolphin horse eased to $6 on Tuesday but by early afternoon was back to his previous price with the TAB taking three big bets… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys do their bit for Cup day charity

    Jockey Tye Angland took a moment to step away from the track at Randwick to set up his own barber shop, bringing along his clippers and razors to help raise money for charity. Injured jockey Jake Pracey-Holmes had been growing his beard and hair for 10 months and had everything… Read More »

     
  • Julie Bishop turns heads at Melbourne Cup

    Foreign Minister Julie Bishop has turned heads at the 2016 Melbourne Cup, sporting a classy black look. Ms Bishop arrived with her partner David Panton outside the Emirates Marquee on Tuesday, wearing a black Hugo Boss dress with coloured details and a black wide brimmed hat with netting. Surprisingly, Ms… Read More »

     
  • Tegan Harrison ends run of outs in city

    Tegan Harrison has given a timely reminder of her ability with an upset win on Crazy Pops at Eagle Farm. Former classy two-year-old Real Classic, backed from $1.90 into $1.60, was expected to be too strong for a maiden field over 1000m. But Harrison did what she does best, bouncing… Read More »

     
  • Kinema stakes a claim for 2017 Melbourne Cup

    This year’s Melbourne Cup has come a little too soon for Kinema, but his trainer Chris Waller believes the former English stayer can be a force in another 12 months. At his first Australian start, Kinema finished fourth in the Geelong Cup and he got a taste of Flemington on… Read More »

     
  • No punt for Gina Rinehart at Melbourne Cup

    Gina Rinehart may have many millions to spare but none of it is going on a Melbourne Cup runner. Australia’s richest woman, who arrived on Tuesday at Flemington at the Emirates Birdcages marquee amid a scrum of photographers, told AAP she doesn’t gamble. But she does have a tip: “Let… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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