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

The trainer-jockey combination of Mark Newnham and Tommy Berry have teamed up for a midweek win with speedy filly Deniki but they will be in opposing corners at Randwick.

Berry will partner Dame Giselle in the Group Two Tea Rose Stakes (1400m) on Saturday, the filly bidding to remain undefeated in the four-race Princess series after claiming the first two legs.

Newnham is out to upset the apple cart with two rival runners in Gimcrack Stakes winner Every Rose and up-and-coming three-year-old Miravalle.

Dame Giselle is on the second line of early betting behind favourite Hungry Heart, while Newnham’s pair are outsiders despite the trainer’s confidence they can be competitive.

Deniki proved more than competitive when she fought back for a narrow victory in the Vinery Stallions Plate (1100m) at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.

Her will to win was beneficial at the finish but Berry said it caused some headaches in the run.

“She’s still got to learn to control herself better midrace,” Berry said.

“Because she’s so brilliant out of the gates she gets the first furlong to herself but once that pressure gets applied she just wants to race a bit for the next couple of furlongs.

“I thought she was beaten a couple of times but through her toughness, which she lacked last preparation, she fought back and was able to win.”

A three-quarter sister to Group One placegetter Menari, who was also bred and owned by Corumbene Stud’s George Altomonte, Deniki showed tenacity to beat Osamu by a short head.

Newnham echoed Berry’s sentiments that Deniki had the makings of a smart filly provided she learned to conserve energy early in the race.

“She got the job done and she beat a nice colt,” Newnham said.

“As long as she learns to contain that speed she is going to make a really nice filly.”

Stephen O’Halloran celebrated his first city win as a trainer when Prince Of Arragon saluted in the Sky Racing Active Handicap (2200m).

O’Halloran worked for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott before taking out his licence and he got the better of Tulloch Lodge on Wednesday when Prince Of Arragon fended off the Waterhouse and Bott-trained Frenzied by a head.

 
*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...

First acceptances hit 10-year high for the Melbourne Cup

A total of 94 horses remain in contention for a start in the 2020 Melbourne Cup, the highest number of...

Rothfire’s racing career in doubt

Star Queensland gelding Rothfire may not race again after suffering a serious injury in the Golden Rose on Saturday. Rothfire...

Russian Camelot lives up to the hype

Danny O’Brien branded rising star Russian Camelot as the best horse he had trained after his commanding win in the...

Watch 📺 Terry Bailey calls an absolute howler

Race caller Terry Bailey will be wishing he could have his time again after going the early crow with confidence...

Epsom Handicap

The is a race held at in New South Wales each year. The () boasts a total prize pool of...

Turnbull Stakes

The is a staying race and is a really good lead up race in terms of the Spring Racing Carnival....

Australian Bookmaker Reviews

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

 
 
Copyright © 2020 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.