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  • Back Pike In The Last And Do Your A**

    As the Group Ones over in the west come into full swing, the spotlight is once again on champion jockey William Pike, commonly known as the wizard. The saying ‘Pike in the last’ does the rounds in punting circles all over Australia come the completion of the last in the… Read More »

     
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  • Admire Deus loses injury battle

    One time Caulfield Cup favourite Admire Deus has unfortunately lost his battle to a serious injury to lower part of his suspensory suffered in a routine gallop. Admire Deus was the heavily backed favourite ahead of the Caulfield Cup before the horse broke down in a gallop at Warrnambool. Connections… Read More »

     
  • Worst bet of the year?

    A punter on Sunday could have placed arguably the worst single bet of the year on the Japan Cup. The punter with the TAB placed a $5,000 bet on Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time to win the Japan Cup at odds of $26. Boom Time jumped at 265-1 on the… Read More »

     
  • Soccer star Michael Owen has first race ride

    Former soccer star Michael Owen has had his first ride in a race at Ascot overnight in which he finished second. Michael Owen had his first ever race ride in a charity event at Ascot and judging by his performance he is not quite as good in the saddle as… Read More »

     
  • Moonee Valley redevelopment plans revealed

    The transformation of one of Australia’s most famous sporting venues will be unveiled tonight at a landmark event celebrating the commencement of the biggest redevelopment in the Club’s history. The Valley precinct redevelopment is the result of nearly a decade of meticulous planning by Moonee Valley Racing Club (MVRC) in… Read More »

     
  • G1 winning sprinter retired

    Group One-winning sprinter The Quarterback has been retired after two disappointing runs this campaign. The winner of the 2016 Newmarket Handicap, The Quarterback finished last at his past two starts on the straight course at Flemington and both times was found to have exercise-induced pulmonary haemorrhage. Trainer Robbie Griffiths said… Read More »

     
  • Lloyd Williams calls the shots

    As Liam Howley prepares to take over from Robert Hickmott as the registered trainer at Macedon Lodge, owner Lloyd Williams has left no doubt who calls the shots. The six-time Melbourne Cup-winning owner, most recently with Rekindling earlier this month, says he is the one who decides how his horses… Read More »

     
  • O’Brien, Kavanagh found not guilty of hefty cobalt charges

    The Court Of Appeal this morning has found trainers Danny O’Brien and Mark Kavanagh not guilty for the administration of cobalt which incurs hefty charges. Racing Victoria took the long-running case to the Court of Appeal, after the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal overturned O’Brien and Kavanagh’s respective four- and… Read More »

     
  • WA barrier attendant critical after lightning strike

    A WA barrier attendant has been rushed to hospital following a lightning strike at the Northam races on Thursday afternoon. Thursday’s Northam races were abandoned after a barrier attendant was said to have been struck by lightning although newer reports suggest he had a heart attack after lightning struck the… Read More »

     
  • Gingernuts to undergo surgery

    Gingernuts will undergo surgery on his near foreleg following his scratching from the Group One Emirates Stakes at Flemington. A Racing Victoria stewards statement said Gingernuts had been diagnosed with a non-life threatening fractured pastern and the New Zealand star will have an operation on Monday. The winner of this… Read More »

     
  • Gai Waterhouse celebrates first VRC Oaks

    An excited Gai Waterhouse has celebrated victory in one of the few big races to have eluded her with Pinot dominating the finish of the VRC Oaks. The fillies Classic is a staying test over 2500 metres at Flemington and the occasion has proven too much for the odds-on favourite… Read More »

     
  • Rekindling wins the 2017 Melbourne Cup

    Joseph O’Brien has beaten his famous father to Melbourne Cup glory, training Rekindling to win Australia’s greatest race. In a father-and-son finish the younger O’Brien’s Rekindling overhauled Johannes Vermeer, trained by his dad Aidan O’Brien, in the closing stages. Max Dynamite completed an Irish trifecta in taking the minor placing…. Read More »

     
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  • Would Winx win the Melbourne Cup?

    We take a look at the stats, figures and history of the Melbourne Cup to see if Champion mare Winx would win this years race if her connections opted to line her up in the Field. A couple of months ago we wrote an article giving the pro’s and con’s… Read More »

     
  • Key runner out of Flemington G1

    One of the key chances in the upcoming Darley Classic won’t take his place in the Group One after suffering an injury that required stitches and antibiotics. Hey Doc was kicked while in the horse walker on Monday morning with trainer Tony McEvoy confirming that that Manikato Stakes winner would… Read More »

     
  • Should Melbourne Cup emergencies be introduced?

    It’s that time of year again when there is an air of excitement building ahead of Australia’s biggest race the Melbourne Cup but once again the same debate is always brought into the spot light and that is the Melbourne Cup and emergencies. The Melbourne Cup is made up of… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup survival guide

    Melbourne Cup week is approaching fast with that air of excitement resonating throughout racegoers which can be a dangerous thing over the course of a long week if not bottled up properly. Read our survival guide for the Melbourne Cup and the days leading up so that you can make it to… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup 2017 – A Look at the International Horses

    The 2017 Melbourne Cup is just around the corner and as is the case every Spring, the international brigade are here and they mean business, with several leading chances in the race that stops a nation. Here at Justhorseracing, we’ve put together a preview of the international runners set to… Read More »

     
  • Riewoldt ruins Dusty’s Derby Day celebrations

    Dustin Martin has won almost every accolade there is to win on the football field this year and now the Richmond star has set his sights on the Melbourne Cup Carnival although team mate Jack Riewoldt is out to spoil the party. Main Stage is part-owned by the Brownlow Medalist along… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
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