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The Autumn Sun 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Noble Protector in first autumn test

    Noble Protector will be out to bounce back from a disappointing spring in her defence of the Group Three race she won a year ago. The Robert Smerdon-trained mare streeted her rivals by 4-1/2 lengths first-up in the 2015 Schweppervescence Trophy at Flemington before winning the Group Two Sunline Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Damian Browne at home on Sunshine Coast

    Damian Browne has an enviable strike rate this season which is even more impressive on his home track, the Sunshine Coast. He heads to Saturday’s meeting with five leading chances – Volkhere (2200m, Open), Le Cap (1200m Open), Liberation (BM75), Par Oneri (2YO Classic) and Storm Fighter (benchmark 80). A… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Sun out of Magic Millions Guineas

    Sebring Sun has failed to please trainer Gary Portelli and jockey Brenton Avdulla in a crucial gallop and will miss the Magic Millions Guineas. The Group One placegetter had been among the leading contenders for the $2 million race at the Gold Coast next Saturday until he finished last in… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Sun ready for Randwick return

    While many of his spring opponents are still in the spelling paddock, Sebring Sun is well advanced ahead of his imminent return. The Group One-placed colt won a barrier trial on Friday in preparation for Saturday’s Listed Canterbury Classic at Randwick. The 1200m-sprint will be Sebring Sun’s lead-in to the… Read More »

     
  • Sebring Sun ready to take on Exosphere

    Of the horses entered to take on Exosphere in the Coolmore Stud Stakes, Sebring Sun has come closest to him this spring. And that experience tells his trainer Gary Portelli he needs to be on his game to beat him, but he believes it can be done. The Godolphin colt… Read More »

     
  • Eurell aiming for black type with Redasun

    Greg Eurell is in a quandary as to where to head with first-up Sandown winner Redasun. The Cranbourne-based trainer is keen to add black type to the mares name but is unsure of her best distance after her impressive victory in the Schweppes Handicap (1300m) on Wednesday. Ridden by Damien… Read More »

     
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  • Midsummer Sun primed for Gosford Cup

    Sam Kavanagh is excited about returning to the scene of his biggest win since his move to Sydney and is looking for the same result. Midsummer Sun heads to the Central Coast on Friday to defend his Gosford Cup crown on the back of a second in the Summer Cup… Read More »

     
  • Eloping back in work for autumn

    Iron filly Eloping is back in work with a Group One sprint among the options for her racetrack return. One of Australia’s busiest fillies, Eloping enjoyed a break of just four weeks at the property of her co-trainers Peter Morgan and Craig Widdison. The Group Two Light Fingers Stakes (1200m)… Read More »

     
  • Hong Kong stars in Sydney autumn campaigns

    Hong Kong stablemates Dominant and Sterling City seem certain to be international drawcards for the Sydney autumn carnival. Trainer John Moore says both horses will be aimed at races during The Championships, providing plans come to fruition to use Canterbury racecourse as a quarantine station. “It all hinges on Canterbury… Read More »

     
  • Autumn plans taking shape for Guineas hero

    The holiday is already over for Caulfield Guineas winner Shooting To Win who has resumed pre-training in preparation for the autumn. A full brother to the undefeated sprinter Deep Field, Shooting To Win’s Guineas triumph capped a spring carnival which also yielded a Group One placing in the Golden Rose… Read More »

     
  • Top trainers say autumn already a Dundeel

    It’s A Dundeel will start his autumn campaign as the horse most trainers would like in their stable heading into a racing carnival offering $30 million in stakes. And with four weight-for-age races on It’s A Dundeel’s autumn timetable worth a combined $6.5 million, it’s not hard too see why… Read More »

     
  • Retirement likely for Fighting Sun

    The racing career of unbeaten two-year-old Fighting Sun is in extreme doubt after he broke down following his dominant Canonbury Stakes win. Trainer Gai Waterhouse confirmed the colt’s owners have discussed retiring the youngster, such is the serious nature of a leg injury that surfaced after the Canonbury. “They are… Read More »

     
  • Fighting Sun out for the autumn

    Less than 24 hours after establishing himself as Gai Waterhouse’s leading Golden Slipper hope, Fighting Sun has been ruled out of the autumn with injury. The colt was a dominant winner of Saturday’s Canonbury Stakes at Rosehill and immediately elevated to second favouritism for the $3.5 million Slipper on April… Read More »

     
  • Order Of The Sun stakes early Derby claim

    A tough front-running win by Order Of The Sun at Randwick had Gai Waterhouse outlining plans for one of the major races on the calendar. Waterhouse believes the $2 million Australian Derby (2400m) on April 12 is within the scope of the colt who she says reminds her of Nothin’… Read More »

     
  • Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival dates 2014

    The Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival will really kick off in the second week of February when the Group 2 Expressway Stakes will be run at Randwick racecourse. The first Group 1 of the year is the Chipping Norton Stakes on March 8th with the last being the All Aged Stakes on 26th… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Autumn Racing Carnival dates 2014

    With the Autumn Racing Carnival just around the corner we take a look at the dates for the feature races in Melbourne over the period with the first Group 1 being the CF Orr Stakes on the 8th of February and the last the William Reid Stakes on the 21st March.   Wednesday… Read More »

     
  • Midsummer Sun ready for 2400 metres

    As the standard bearer for Sam Kavanagh’s Rosehill stable, Midsummer Sun will be out to claim a second Cup for the year when he runs at Randwick. The winner of the Listed Gosford Cup (2100m) last Friday week, Midsummer Sun will step up to 2400 metres in Saturday’s Australia Day… Read More »

     
  • Injury rules Invisible out of the autumn

    Promising youngster Invisible is out of the Golden Slipper after suffering a bone fracture during his unplaced run in the Magic Millions Classic. Co-trainer Michael Hawkes confirmed the colt would miss the autumn carnival in Sydney after x-rays revealed he had fractured a splint bone. It was unclear at what… Read More »

     
  • Red Cadeaux poised for rich Sydney autumn

    International interest in the Sydney autumn carnival is growing with connections of dual Melbourne Cup runner-up Red Cadeaux among those considering the option. A $10 million cash injection from the NSW government has boosted prize money across the major races of the inaugural Championships run over two Saturdays at Randwick… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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