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Brisbane Cup 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Prize money boost for Brisbane winter

    Racing Queensland has announced a prize money increase of $1.7 million for the winter racing carnival. Horses will race for $18.4 million across the carnival which starts in early April and finishes in July. Racing Queensland chief executive Brendan Parnell said the increases aimed to attract more emerging stars to… Read More »

  • Sedanzer reigns supreme in Brisbane Cup

    Classy mare Sedanzer has dispelled any doubts about her wet-track ability by scoring a dominant win in the Group Two Brisbane Cup at Doomben. Tim Clark continued his bumper winter carnival campaign for trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott when he rode Sedanzer, the $2.80 favourite, to a 2-1/4 length… Read More »

  • Brisbane Cup results – 2018

    View the results for the 2018 Brisbane Cup. The Brisbane Cup was raced at Doomben racecourse on 9/6/2018. Results: Win or Place SP NSW/PL UNI/PL STAB/PL 1st.Β 5 Sedanzer 2.80 2.60/1.50 2.60/1.60 2.70/1.70 2nd.Β 8 Anton En Avant 20.00 3.80 3.80 3.60 3rd.Β 3 Kiwia 5.00 Β 1.70 1.70 1.60 4th.Β 1 Ambitious 5.50

  • Brisbane Cup Field – 2018

    View the final field for the 2018 Brisbane Cup. The Brisbane Cup will be run on Saturday 9th June at Doomben racecourse. Time: 1:35pm Distance: 2200m Class: Group 2 Have Your Say: Who do you think will win the Brisbane Cup? – Comment below [crownbetoffer] No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier… Read More »

  • Soft track predicted for Stradbroke Handicap day

    Brisbane Racing Club officials are hopeful the Doomben track can be in the soft range for its premier race day with fine weather returning to the region. The track was rated heavy on Friday morning with stewards to walk it in the afternoon. The track has received 20mm of rain… Read More »

  • Punters crunch Waterhouse/Bott mare at Doomben

    Sedanzer has been outstanding at her past two outings and punters are all over her to win the Brisbane Cup (2200m) this Saturday at Doomben. The Waterhouse/Bott trained mare was a tough winner of the Scone Cup two back before racing in the Premiers Cup where she did a power… Read More »

  • Rising Red out of Group Two Brisbane Cup

    Rising Red has been ruled out of the Group Two Brisbane Cup. Busuttin Racing announced on Twitter on Thursday the last-start Premier’s Cup winner had heat in one of his joints following a track gallop on Tuesday and was out of Saturday’s 2200m race. “Connections are disappointed not to be… Read More »

  • Brisbane Cup nominations – 2018

    View the nominations for the 2018 Brisbane Cup. The Brisbane Cup will be run on Saturday 9th June at Doomben racecourse. Nominations: Horse 1 AMBITIOUS (JPN) 2 ANTON EN AVANT 3 DESTINY’S KISS 4 FIRST CRUSH 5 KIWIA 6 MAN OF HIS WORD 7 MEGABLAST (NZ) 8 MORENDI 9 MY… Read More »

  • Lindsay Park with G1 chances in Brisbane

    A step up in distance should be a plus for Fundamentalist in the Group One J J Atkins Plate with co-trainer Ben Hayes believing the filly is poised to run a huge race. Fundamentalist, who has finished strongly for second in stakes races in Adelaide in her past two starts,… Read More »

  • Joe Pride wary of Destiny’s Kiss Brisbane Cup handicap

    Joe Pride has long pleaded for veteran Destiny’s Kiss to be treated more kindly by handicappers, and now he is about to put his argument in writing. The Warwick Farm trainer will contact Racing Queensland in a bid to ensure the nine-year-old gelding does not cop what he fears will… Read More »

  • Egg Tart to run at the Sunshine Coast

    Dual Group One-winning mare Egg Tart will get the chance to prove she could be a 2018 Caulfield Cup horse when she runs at Caloundra. Egg Tart hasn’t won since the 2017 Queensland Oaks (2200m) but she showed she was back on track with her second in the Group One… Read More »

  • Furnished Rising Red takes Premier’s Cup

    Tough stayer Rising Red showed he had developed the maturity to win a big stakes races with his victory in the Group Three Premier’s Cup at Doomben. Rising Red ($6.50) was given the run of the race by jockey Corey Brown before coming away to win by 1-1/4 lengths to… Read More »

  • Morendi to step up in Premier’s Cup

    Jockey Michael Cahill hopes stayer Morendi can continue to improve enough to make an impact in Group Three company on Saturday. Morendi has won 11 races and Cahill has been his jockey in five of his six most recent victories. Cahill rode Morendi when he won the Toowoomba Cup (2000m)… Read More »

  • Comin’ Through wins Doomben Cup

    Chris Waller celebrated his induction into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame with the quinella in the Group One Doomben Cup on Saturday. Waller brought up his 82nd Group One win and his 11th this season when Comin’ Through ($9) scored by a short neck to stablemate Egg Tart ($15)…. Read More »

  • Gai Waterhouse on a Brisbane roll

    English’s win in the Doomben 10,000 has Gai Waterhouse a step closer to joining her late father Tommy Smith as the trainer of all Queensland’s Group One races. Smith dominated winter carnivals for years winning 33 races which are now Group One in Brisbane – Queensland Derby (12), Queensland Oaks… Read More »

  • Anton En Avant shocks Group Three field

    Trainer Stephen Lee believes a switch in his training base to the Gold Coast played a role in the shock win of Anton En Avant in the Group Three Chairman’s Handicap (2000m) at Doomben. Anton En Avant sent punters reeling when he charged home at a starting price of $151…. Read More »

  • Our Century bound for Brisbane Cup

    Trainer Kim Waugh has extended her record with former Lloyd Williams-owned stayers, with Our Century winning the Listed Lord Mayors Cup at Rosehill. He joins Goathland as a winner for his new trainer after she paid $145,000 each for the horses, who were sold by Williams when he cut down… Read More »

  • Our Century on trial for Brisbane Cup

    One of Lloyd Williams cast-offs has already made winning debut for new trainer Kim Waugh and now the other stayer she bought from the prolific Melbourne Cup-winning owner can book a trip to Queensland. British import Goathland is headed to Doomben for the Group Three Chairman’s Handicap (2000m) on May… Read More »

  • Destiny’s Kiss back for Hawkesbury Cup

    Destiny’s Kiss is a stayer in every sense of the word. The nine-year-old’s enthusiasm for racing continues unabated as Joe Pride’s stable stalwart prepares for his 10th campaign since his first start at Geelong in 2011. Destiny’s Kiss had a relaxed trial at Warwick Farm on Friday when Pride saw… Read More »

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