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Latest Horse Racing Results

  • Sincero wins 2011 Stradbroke Handicap

    After failing last start the 3YO son of Umatilla has won today’s headline race the 2011 Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm racecourse ahead of the the gallant ‘Beaded’ in second position and Zero Rock in third.

  • Shootoff wins 2011 Queensland Derby

    Shootoff has taken out today’s Group 1 Queensland Derby ahead of the fast finishing Shez Sensational in second position and Heidilicious in third.

  • Tullamore wins 2011 Brisbane Cup

    Champion jockey Chris Munce added a fifth Brisbane Cup trophy to his cabinet when he guided tough Sydney stayer Tullamore to victory in the time-honoured event at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

  • Benfica wins 2011 TJ SMith

    The all-conquering Darley operation combined with trainer Peter Snowden and jockey Kerrin McEvoy to complete a clean sweep of the juvenile Group Ones this season when Benfica took out Saturday’s TJ Smith at Eagle Farm.

  • Scarlett Lady wins 2011 Queensland Oaks

    Scarlett Lady gave boom New Zealand apprentice James McDonald his first Group One win in Australia when she came with a barnstorming finish to claim the Queensland Oaks on Saturday.

  • Hurtle Myrtle wins 2011 Dane Ripper Stakes

    Warwick Farm trainer Matthew Smith and jockey Brenton Avdulla landed their first winners in Queensland when Hurtle Myrtle scored in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Eagle Farm.

  • Beaded wins 2011 Doomben 10,000

    It took six goes but gutsy Sydney mare Beaded finally broke her Group One drought with a nail-biting win in the Doomben 10,000.

  • Scenic Shot wins 2011 Doomben Cup

    Daniel Morton trained Scenic Shot has taken out his third Group 1 victory in today’s Doomben Cup ahead of the two imported horses, My Kingdom of Fife and Glass Harmonium with race favourite Shoot Out finishing in fifth position.

  • Black Caviar wins 2011 BTC Cup

    Unbeaten mare Black Caviar has made it thirteen straight victories in today’s BTC Cup at Doomben racecourse ahead of Hay List in second position and Buffering in third.

  • Motspur wins 2011 Scone Quality

    A plan to miss the autumn carnival with Motspur paid off for trainer Kris Lees when the eight-year-old scored a thrilling win in the $100,000 Scone Quality on Friday.

  • Dysphonia wins 2011 Scone Cup

    It might not have been the Golden Slipper or Blue Diamond but Dysphonia’s win in Friday’s Scone Cup was a special moment for trainer Peter Snowden.

  • Lone Rock wins 2011 Goodwood

    Local star Clare Lindop and Melbourne’s Ben Melham were the big winners at Adelaide’s feature meeting taking out the Group One Goodwood and SA Derby respectively.

  • Shadows In The Sun wins 2011 SA Derby

    More than three decades after he strapped a South Australian Derby winner for his father Bart, Anthony Cummings has his own name on the trainer’s trophy after Shadows In The Sun led all the way in the Adelaide classic.

  • Sincero wins 2011 Gosford Guineas

    Outstanding three-year-old Sincero has claimed his first stakes win in difficult conditions, racing away with the Gosford Guineas.

  • Paddy O’Reilly wins 2011 Easter Cup

    Lightly-raced stayer Paddy O’Reilly has given his connections confidence heading into the spring after crowning his comeback from a fetlock injury with a Group Three win in the Easter Cup at Caulfield.

  • Hay List wins the 2011 All Aged Stakes

    Big-race specialist Glen Boss made the most of a last-minute pick-up ride on outstanding sprinter Hay List to make a one-act affair of the All-Aged Stakes at Randwick.

  • Stand To Gain wins 2011 Sydney Cup

    Chris Waller trained Stand To Gain has taken out today’s Sydney Cup at Randwick racecourse ahead of the fast finishing Older Than Time and race leader Solid Billing who stuck on well to run third.