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  • Red Bomber aims for another VOBIS Gold win

    A year after his upset win in the VOBIS Gold Sprint, Red Bomber is favourite to win the $250,000 Mile at the corresponding meeting at Caulfield. The Mick Price-trained Red Bomber toppled Trust In A Gust as a $51 chance to win the sprint 12 months ago. Now trained by… Read More »

     
  • Australian mare Winx the world’s best

    Australian mare Winx is officially the best in the world, joining California Chrome at the top of the latest rankings. Winx and California Chrome are both rated 126 in the World’s Best Racehorse Rankings for performances between January 1 and April 10. The Chris Waller-trained Winx earned the top mark… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose to face veterinary examination

    Champagne Stakes favourite Yankee Rose will have a veterinary test on Friday morning to to decide if she is fit enough to take her place in the Group One race. Yankee Rose is odds-on to win the Champagne at Randwick on Saturday but the filly has been lame since her… Read More »

     
  • 16/4/2016 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Sha Tin

    A strong ten race card has been assembled for Sha Tin on Saturday and while there are no feature races, the depth is once again very strong right across the afternoon.   BONUS #1: $501 FREE BET BONUS at Sportsbet.com.au BONUS #2: $500 FREE BET BONUS at Ladbrokes.com.au BIG BONUS… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm racetrack return put on hold

    The re-opening of Queensland’s major racetrack has been delayed. In a joint media statement, Racing Queensland and the Brisbane Racing Club said the decision to delay a return to racing would ensure the track was in the best condition for three Group One meetings in June. “The track is progressing… Read More »

     
  • Schofield suspended, fined $2k over whip

    Hong Kong-based Chad Schofield has become the latest jockey suspended and fined for over use of the whip during the Sydney autumn carnival. Schofield will miss one Hong Kong meeting to go with a $2000 fine after he pleaded guilty to using twice as many hits than allowed before the… Read More »

     
  • Eagle Farm’s first meeting delayed

    Return to racing at Eagle Farm has experienced a delay with the first meeting back now to be Queensland Oaks day on 4th June and not May 11th. Read Racing Queensland’s media release below. Return to racing at Eagle Farm has been delayed pic.twitter.com/ZRtlvNHOeD — Steve Hewlett (@stevejoseph69) April 14,… Read More »

     
  • Draw shapes as a tough test for Harmony

    A big weight and a wide draw can be a recipe for disaster from the 1400m start at Caulfield. Charmed Harmony will be out to prove that theory wrong when he lines-up in the Listed Anniversary Vase on Saturday. Trainer John Sadler cannot fault the condition of Charmed Harmony heading… Read More »

     
  • Strangles case shuts down Wangaratta races

    An isolated case of the equine disease strangles has forced the abandonment of the Wangaratta race meeting. The decision to call off the Victorian country meeting on Thursday was made after a horse stabled in a barn near the main entrance to the Wangaratta racecourse was diagnosed with the highly… Read More »

     
  • Recalculate has weighty task at Caulfield

    The weight scale is against Recalculate in the VOBIS Gold Mile, but trainer Colin Scott is happy to give the gelding his chance in the $250,000 race. Scott considered his options with Recalculate before deciding to run the four-year-old on Saturday. “There’s a couple of horses in the race like… Read More »

     
  • Shinn: All Aged acid test for Malaguerra

    Blake Shinn admits Malaguerra’s rating as one of Australia’s most promising sprinters will be given a serious examination in the All Aged Stakes at Randwick. Malaguerra got the nod over English as Shinn’s All Aged ride despite the four-year-old having to take a quantum leap in class on Saturday. Waiting… Read More »

     
  • Collett wants to join Yankee Rose story

    Jason Collett wants a piece of the Yankee Rose fairytale, racing’s feel-good story of the Sydney autumn carnival. A group of diverse first-time owners are devout believers in the $10,000 filly. And David Vandyke has overcome drug addiction and mental health issues to be a Group One-winning trainer. Now Collett… Read More »

     
  • Yankee Rose improves after mild lameness

    Trainer David Vandyke expects Yankee Rose to run in the Champagne Stakes despite the filly still showing signs of lameness. Yankee Rose pulled up mildly lame and with pain in her near-fore heel after a track gallop at Warwick Farm on Wednesday. She is the $1.40 favourite to win the… Read More »

     
  • Facts and figures on the Champagne Stakes

    ear-olds, set weights HISTORY * First run over seven furlongs (1400m) in 1866 when won by Fishhook * Held over 1600m since 1972 * The final leg of the two-year-old triple crown after the Golden Slipper Stakes and ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes * Outstanding gallopers to have won the race… Read More »

     
 
 
 

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