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  • Zamex appreciates even playing field

    Well-bred Zamex has shown his appreciation for an even playing track by winning the Ipswich Mile. Zamex ($10) was one of four runners for trainer Matt Dunn in the 1666m race, which often produces a good future stayer. The gelding did the best of the quartet, beating Tony Gollan’s El… Read More »

  • Toulouse gets off the mark at Rosehill

    Toulouse will attempt to follow stablemate Ace High’s path to the Group One Australian Derby next autumn after breaking his maiden at Rosehill. The two-year-old has responded positively to his recent gelding, with trainer David Payne nailing the quinella in the Australian Turf Club Handicap (1400m) on Saturday. Toulouse ($4.40)… Read More »

  • Fit For Purpose to return to stakes class

    Fit For Purpose is headed back to stakes class after an impressive win at Ipswich. Jockey Matt McGillivray was able to get the gelding ($4.20) off the fence at the right time to beat Bluebrook ($6) by three-quarters of a length in the Ray White Ipswich Handicap (1350m) on Saturday…. Read More »

  • 16/6/2018 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    Ten races will be run and won at Sha Tin this Saturday, where the feature race is the Hong Kong Riding For The Disabled Association Cup, a Class 3 event over 1200m.   BONUS #1: Claim $600 in BONUS BETS* at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS #2: Claim $500 in BONUS BETS* at… Read More »

  • Country double sets up weekend for Gerald Ryan

    A stable first with a double at Dubbo has set trainer Gerald Ryan up for what he hopes is a good weekend in two states. Ryan sent Miss Celebration and Nuke to the NSW country track on Friday and both came away winners and the trainer has expectations for his… Read More »

  • Robert Smerdon appeals lifetime ban

    Disqualified trainers Robert Smerdon and Stuart Webb have lodged appeals against their bans with the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal. Have Your Say 🗣: Should they be given a lighter sentence? – Comment below Both trainers were outed last month after being found guilty of charges of race day treatment… Read More »

  • New chief steward already in hot water

    The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has issued a statement supporting its new chief steward after an allegation the Singapore based steward had a share in an Australian horse. Chadwick will take over from Allan Reardon as chief steward in Queensland from August. QRIC Commissioner Ross Barnett issued a statement on… Read More »

  • Blinkers to help Symphonette at Moonee Valley

    Phillip Stokes expects the addition of blinkers will help keep Symphonette focused at the business end of the race when the filly makes her Melbourne debut at Moonee Valley. Adelaide-based Stokes has three horses set to compete at Moonee Valley on Saturday, starting with Symphonette in the Ladbrokes Info Hub… Read More »

  • Tegan Harrison to help Ecuador create record

    Tegan Harrison will have to help rewrite the record books if she is to record her 12th career stakes win on Ecuador in the Ipswich Cup. Ecuador has 60kg in the Ipswich Cup (2150m) which means he will create a weight carrying record if he can win on Saturday. The… Read More »

  • Moonee Valley debut for trainer and filly

    Hobby trainer Gary Tobias admits to being spoilt at the beginning of his career when his first horse won at Casterton early in the new millennium. A linesman with PowerCorp, Camperdown-based Tobias thought training racehorses was easy but has since realised how wrong he was, waiting 12 years for his… Read More »

  • Moonee Valley test preferred for resuming Gweneth

    Trainer Mitchell Beer has kept a close eye on the wet weather that’s been sweeping Victoria. The prospects of firmer footing at Moonee Valley over that at Albury on Monday means Gweneth will resume in the Epi Cafe Plate on Saturday. “I think going to Albury on Monday would have… Read More »

  • Keagan Latham back riding high after English woe

    A decade ago South African jockey Keagan Latham won a Group One race in Abu Dhabi, the HH Presidents Cup on Dynamite. These days he is more likely to feature in race books for Kembla Grange, Muswellbrook or Nowra, and the well-travelled 30-year-old couldn’t be happier. After stints in Ireland… Read More »

  • Regan Bayliss to reunite with Pilote D’Essai

    Regan Bayliss considered Pilote D’Essai a genuine Caulfield Cup chance last year before the imported stayer was struck down by a tendon injury. Pilote D’Essai has been working his way back to full fitness in three runs back from more than a year on the sidelines and Bayliss is looking… Read More »

  • Spanish Whisper to be sent to Lindsay Park

    Group Two-winning New Zealand filly Spanish Whisper is set to join the Lindsay Park stable and will be aimed towards feature races in the spring. Spanish Whisper won the Group Two Breeders’ Stakes (1200m) at Matamata in February before finishing third in the Group One Sistema Stakes (1200m) at Ellerslie… Read More »

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