Best Odds with Top Tote+ and Bet Back Offers!
Register at Australia's #1 Online Bookmaker!
Back A Winner!
Sign-Up to Australia's Fastest Growing Online Bookmaker!
Back Yourself!
Sign-up and start betting with Ladbrokes in 2 minutes!
Best Of The Best Odds!
Bet With Palmerbet and get Paid Top Fluc or Top Tote!
*Conditions Apply. Excl VIC, NSW, SA & WA. Gamble Responsibly
Image: Ross Holburt
Florent will add an unknown element to The Roses at Eagle Farm

Victorian filly Florent will add an unknown element to the Group Two The Roses at Eagle Farm.

Florent showed she was up to top-class when she won the VOBIS Sires Guineas over 1600m at Caulfield in April.

The filly has been placed twice since in Melbourne with the latest a third at Flemington on May 16.

The Brisbane winter has been drastically rescheduled which has meant there have been few Victorian horses racing in Queensland.

It makes lining up Florent’s form against Sydney and Brisbane horses difficult although trainer Tony Noonan is confident she will more than measure up.

Noonan had originally considered heading to the Adelaide carnival with Florent before deciding on Brisbane.

“She has been up there three weeks and settled in. She’s had a jump-out and worked well,” Noonan said.

“Not much went her way at Flemington and getting out to 1800m should suit.”

Noonan is no stranger to Queensland being a regular visitor over the past decade with horses such as Ortensia and Vareena Miss.

“We’ve had a bit of luck up there and let’s hope it continues,” he said.

Florent, who is by staying sire Fiorente, was bred by leading Queensland owner Bill Andrews.

He races horses in several state’s including Group One performer Scales Of Justice but also breeds some yearlings for sale.

Meanwhile, the rain which fell in Brisbane this week was music to trainer Chris Munce’s ears as he prepared his filly Al Jood for The Roses.

Al Jood came into calculations for The Roses with her third in the Listed Pam O’Neill Stakes over 1600m at Doomben two weeks ago.

Munce believes Al Jood is better suited at Doomben where the track is usually softer than Eagle Farm which has been rock-hard of late.

“The Roses is back to 1800m at Eagle Farm which is no disadvantage because Al Jood has won at the trip at the Sunshine Coast,” he said.

“But I don’t know about Eagle Farm’s surface for her but the rain should help.”

 
*Existing customers only. 2nd Racing bet. Excl SA & WA. T’s & C’s apply. Gamble responsibly.
Featured News

Free Racing Bonus Bets and Offers

We take a look at the BIGGEST and BEST Free Daily Racing Offers and Betting Promotions from Australia’s leading online...

Watch 📺 Late contender for sick beat of the season

There isn’t many races left in this years racing season but we have had a late contender for the worst...

No International horses booked for Spring Carnival

The participation of international horses in this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival remains pretty much in limbo at this stage, but...

Group 1 winner Hey Doc retired

Multiple Group 1 winner Hey Doc has been retired having lost the desire to be a racehorse. A 10-time winner from...

Sandown races

Victoria prepares for race free week

Go to the racing calendar and you will see no races are scheduled in Victoria from Monday July 26 until...

Melbourne Cup winning Hall of Fame trainer dies

Record holder for the most wins in Singapore, Laurie Laxon has died at home in New Zealand. Melbourne Cup winning...

Racing NSW announces new $2m race The Invitation

Racing NSW has today announced that a new race – “The Invitation”, will be run in October 2021, headlining several...

Jockey Ben Thompson suspended for four months

Jockey Ben Thompson, who has enjoyed a highly successful season since relocating to Queensland, has had his momentum brought to...

Australian Bookmaker Reviews

Which bookmaker should you bet with? We Review each of the leading online Australian Bookmakers and rate them in order...

 
 
Copyright © 2021 Just Horse Racing.
All rights reserved - Privacy Policy

Gamble Responsibly 18+
*State exclusions apply to some offers. Please check T&Cs of each offer with the bookmaker. All Offers Exclude NSW residents.
18+ Don't let the game play you. Stay in control. Gamble responsibly. Think! About your choices. Call Gambling Help on 1800 858 858 or visit www.gamblinghelp.nsw.gov.au or www.gamblinghelponline.org.au.