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  • Makybe Diva Stakes 2014 – Runner Ratings

    We take a look at each of the runners in the Makybe Diva Stakes and give our rating for their performances in the race as well as which runners to follow and which to sack heading into the Spring. FREE BET OFFER: Register via this link for a $250 FREE BET at… Read More »

     
  • Chautauqua impressive in Flemington sprint

    Promising gelding Chautauqua looks set for a profitable spring carnival after an emphatic first-up win in the Group Three Bobbie Lewis Quality. Last season’s Hawkesbury Guineas winner resumed in Saturday’s 1200-metre sprint against a classy field and made the race a one-act affair to post a 2-1/2 length win over… Read More »

     
  • Hallowed Crown wins for Cummings family

    The fourth generation of the Cummings family has etched his name on the Group One honour roll after a thrilling win by Hallowed Crown in the Golden Rose. James Cummings, who works in partnership with his famous grandfather Bart, is the son of multiple Group One winning trainer Anthony and… Read More »

     
  • Determined Dissident wins third Group One

    Dissident has enhanced his reputation as a top-class weight-for-age racehorse with a gritty win in the Group One Makybe Diva Stakes. On a day when champion Black Caviar delivered her first foal, trainer Peter Moody’s latest stable star Dissident came to the party with his third Group One win and… Read More »

     
  • Rich Enuff wins Group Two Danehill Stakes

    Trainer Ken Keys has already knocked back substantial offers for Rich Enuff and the colt has repaid his connections’ faith with a Group Two win in the Danehill Stakes at Flemington. Keys has never won a Group One race and believes Rich Enuff could be the best horse he has… Read More »

     
  • Hallowed Crown wins the $1m Golden Rose

    Hallowed Crown has continued an unbeaten sequence to win the $1 million Golden Rose at Rosehill. Taking his record to four wins from four starts, Hallowed Crown ($6.50) wore down Scissor Kick ($13) to claim the Group One race for Bart Cummings and his grandson James. It is the first… Read More »

     
  • Catkins returns with dominant Sheraco win

    The road to an elusive Group One win has started smoothly for Catkins who has begun her spring campaign with an easy win at Rosehill. The odds-on favourite for Saturday’s Group Three Sheraco Stakes (1200m), Catkins ($1.90) travelled sweetly for Hugh Bowman who had the race in his control. The… Read More »

     
  • Dissident wins the Gr 1 Makybe Diva Stakes

    The Peter Moody-trained Dissident made it back-to-back Group One wins when he fought off Fawkner to win the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington on Saturday. In a close finish to the weight-for-age race, Dissident, the $2.70 favourite, added the mile feature to his Memsie Stakes win at Caulfield two weeks… Read More »

     
  • He’s Your Man stakes spring Gr 1 claims

    Import He’s Your Man emerged as a major carnival contender while the spring credentials of La Amistad and Greatwood suffered blows in Saturday’s Kingston Town Stakes at Rosehill. He’s Your Man became the latest member of trainer Chris Waller’s team to earn consideration for Group One races this spring when… Read More »

     
  • Cluster stamps himself as a top prospect

    Talented four-year-old Cluster has continued his march towards fulfilling his Group One potential with a barnstorming win in the Theo Marks Stakes at Rosehill. One of several horses to join the new training partnership of Peter and Paul Snowden this season, Cluster has gone from a provincial maiden win in… Read More »

     
  • Platinum State win a triumph for planning

    Trainer Bryan Guy admitted he got special satisfaction out of the win of Platinum State at Doomben on Saturday. Platinum State ($6.50) scored his first win in nine starts at Doomben when he held on to win the Novotel Brisbane Airport Handicap (1350m). Guy had been planning to run Platinum… Read More »

     
  • Merion beats Chivalry in thrilling finish

    Merion has lowered the colours of boom colt Chivalry by the barest of margins at Flemington to put himself in the Caulfield Guineas picture. The Mike Moroney-trained Merion, who is tracking the same path towards the Caulfield Guineas as last year’s winner Long John, held off favourite Chivalry by a… Read More »

     
  • Turquoise King justifies 11th-hour switch

    A late call to send Turquoise King to Sydney paid dividends for Hawkes Racing and underlined the benefits of their two-state operation. A drying track at Rosehill convinced the Hawkes training team to roll the dice and run the last-start Melbourne winner in Saturday’s Sportsyear Sprint (1200m). Turquoise King stalked… Read More »

     
  • Schofields in father-and-son Melb finish

    Chad Schofield has emerged as the winner in a racetrack battle between father and son in the Spring Is The Season Handicap at Flemington. In his first meeting back after a three-week suspension, 20-year-old Schofield partnered Brambles to a half-head victory over Big Memory who was ridden by the young… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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