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Australian Horse Racing News

  • Kolding bounces back in George Main Stakes

    Chris Waller has claimed a seventh George Main Stakes crown at Randwick but not with the horse punters expected. Sydney’s dominant trainer saddled up four of the seven runners in the Group One mile on Saturday with Verry Elleegant a warm $2.20 favourite. But it was his pin-up horse from… Read More »

  • Odeum stamps herself as a Thousand Guineas prospect

    Outsider Odeum vindicated jockey Michael Walker’s faith in her and stamped herself as a legitimate Thousand Guineas prospect with an easy win in the Listed Jim Moloney Stakes. Walker said he told her co-trainer Mick Price that she would have won or run a place at her previous start when… Read More »

  • Dame Giselle continues her winning march

    Dame Giselle has continued her winning march through Sydney’s Princess series, adding Saturday’s Tea Rose Stakes to her victories in the Silver Shadow and Furious Stakes. Stalking the speed, Dame Giselle pounced halfway up the straight and had enough in the tank to hold off favourite Hungry Heart by a… Read More »

  • Kerrin McEvoy breaks duck aboard Probabeel

    Kerrin McEvoy was happy to finally get the monkey off his back with an overdue victory aboard New Zealander Probabeel in the Group Three Bill Ritchie Handicap at Randwick. McEvoy had ridden the mare five times for five seconds and that record was on his mind heading into Saturday. “I… Read More »

  • Muntaseera on track for feature Spring sprints

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable made it a winning double at Caulfield when Muntaseera came from well back to win the 1000 metre races for three-year-olds. She will have her next start in the Group Three Blue Sapphire Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on October 14 where she will… Read More »

  • Wise Counsel set to target the Victoria Derby

    Wise Counsel confirmed David Eustace’s opinion that he is a potential Victoria Derby contender with his victory in the opening event at Caulfield. The three-year-old was perfectly ridden by Jye McNeil to break through at his third start in the Longboard Accountants For Mirabel Handicap (1600m) on Saturday. Eustace said… Read More »

  • Unbeaten It’s Me new favourite for The Kosciuszko

    Scone mare It’s Me has rocketed into favouritism for the $1.3 million Kosciuszko with a stunning performance to win at Randwick. Trained by Brett Cavanough, It’s Me remains unbeaten in three starts after unleashing a withering finish from back in the field to storm to a three-length victory in the… Read More »

  • 29 horses enter quarantine ahead of Spring Racing Carnival

    Racing Victoria has announced that 29 horses have entered pre-export quarantine in England and Ireland overnight in preparation for Victoria’s 2020 Spring Racing Carnival. The high-class contingent, which includes 16 internationally trained horses and 13 horses who will join Australian trainers upon their arrival down under, will complete two weeks… Read More »

  • 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Singapore

    This Saturday will see an fourteen race card assembled at Kranji racecourse in Singapore. The meeting looks a good quality punting card with plenty of value on offer with the big fields. Checkout our Singapore tips and bets for Saturdays races. Race One: 12 Star Fiftytwo Race Two: 2 Day… Read More »

  • RV cancels Melbourne Cup day meetings due to COVID

    Racing Victoria has cancelled all non-TAB race meetings in the state on Melbourne Cup day due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It will leave just two Victorian race programs on the first Tuesday in November, the feature card at Flemington and one at Echuca. The meetings are among a number of… Read More »

  • Mugatoo delivers Kris Lees his first hometown Cup

    After years of trying and falling short, Kris Lees has finally landed a longed-for Newcastle Cup win with outstanding prospect Mugatoo. The Novacastrian trainer had coveted a victory in his hometown feature but until Friday it had proven elusive. It was also a hoodoo race for his late father and… Read More »

  • Farnan out of Golden Rose but into The Everest

    Farnan has secured the Everest slot of his part-owners Aquis and will bypass the Golden Rose to concentrate on the world’s richest turf race. Aquis announced the Tulloch Lodge three-year-old as their representative on Friday, less than a week after he was controversially beaten as favourite in The Run To… Read More »

  • John Sargent says Brandenburg can bounce back

    Trainer John Sargent is expecting a return to form from talented galloper Brandenburg, who lines up in the Group Three Bill Ritchie Handicap at Randwick. Brandenburg was among some high-profile stars that fell victim to a scorching tempo in the Winx Stakes first-up last month but after a subsequent trial… Read More »

  • Georgina Cartwright gets Tony Gollan’s stamp of approval

    Leading trainer Tony Gollan has given apprentice Georgina Cartwright a vote of confidence by entrusting her with the rides on two odds-on favourites at the Gold Coast. Cartwright is on loan to Gollan for three months after completing the mandatory two weeks of Covid-19 hotel quarantine since arriving from Victoria…. Read More »

  • Tim Clark keen on chances of Tulloch Lodge duo

    Tulloch Lodge is renowned for producing tough, on-pace gallopers who are hard to get past and Tim Clark will be aboard two such horses at Randwick. Clark will ride filly Vangelic for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott in the Group Two Tea Rose Stakes (1400m) and stablemate Taikomochi in the… Read More »

  • Gear change for Dreamforce in George Main Stakes

    John Thompson could be forgiven for feeling like the odd man out when he saddles up Dreamforce in the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick. He will be up against the combined might of premier trainer Chris Waller, who has four runners, and the powerhouse Godolphin operation which provides… Read More »

  • Tony McEvoy with two chances in G1 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

    Co-trainer Tony McEvoy always planned to back up his two class runners from Flemington last week, Dollar For Dollar and Pretty Brazen, in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes. Pretty Brazen was successful in the Group Two Let’s Elope Stakes and Dollar For Dollar finished fifth in the Bobbie Lewis Stakes…. Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup ticket up for grabs in MRC Foundation Cup

    A ticket into the Caulfield Cup, a 30 year anniversary fairy tale and a shot at $20,000 for 13 charities is on the cards tomorrow in the seventh annual Catanach’s Jewellers MRC Foundation Race Day. The Group 1 Neds Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) is anyone’s race, with last-start Memsie… Read More »

  • 10yo gelding set to debut at Ballarat

    At Ballarat on Sunday, one from the ‘well, you don’t see that everyday’ hits the race tracks. MASTER RYAN (Volitant-Winning Odds) will race for the very first time. Nothing new about that – other than he is a 10-year-old. Talk about long-suffering owners. Part-owner Ms Steinmann also owns a 5-year-old… Read More »

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