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  • Kaonic win confirms Carbine Club Stakes start

    Kaonic brought back memories of Kermadec at Randwick, as the colt locked onto the same spring path as the Group One winner. Racing in the same colours as Kermadec for owner Neville Morgan, Kaonic’s second win in three starts rubber stamped Chris Waller’s plans to send the three-year-old to Melbourne…. Read More »

     
  • Snitzepeg to follow proven spring program

    Trainer Darren Weir is hoping Snitzepeg can emulate the deeds of another of his former top three-year-olds after winning a stakes race at Caulfield. Snitzepeg took out Saturday’s Listed Gothic Stakes (1400m), a race the Weir-trained Mahuta won in 2015. The Gothic Stakes started a five-race winning streak for Mahuta…. Read More »

     
  • Fitter Cliff’s Edge scores at Caulfield

    Trainer Darren Weir says Caulfield winner Cliff’s Edge has undergone an attitude change resulting in a three-year-old that has been hard to get fit. Weir said the secret for Cliff’s Edge win in Saturday’s Mirabel Foundation Handicap was his ability to back-up from a midfield finish at Flemington last week…. Read More »

     
  • Carbine Club Stakes results – 2017

    View the results for the 2017 Carbine Club Stakes run at Randwick racecourse on 1/4/2017. Results: Carbine Club Stakes Results: 1st: 5 Acatour2nd: 4 Theanswermyfriend3rd: 1 Veladero4th: 7 Violate — Just Horse Racing (@justhorseracing) April 1, 2017

     
  • Carbine Club Stakes Field – 2017

    View the field and barriers for the 2017 Carbine Club Stakes. The Carbine Club Stakes will be run on Saturday 1st April at Randwick racecourse. Time: 12:45PM Distance: 1600m Class: Group 3 Have Your Say: Who do you think will win the Carbine Club Stakes? – Leave a comment below… Read More »

     
  • Punters have found Theanswer at Randwick

    With confirmation that Theanswermyfriend is heading towards the Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) at Randwick on Saturday, Sportsbet.com.au punters are keen to back him. The Robert Smerdon trained three year old absolutely spanked his rivals last start over 1400m at Flemington and was also accepted for the Bendigo Guineas, but he… Read More »

     
  • Flying Jess to bounce back at Randwick

    A heavy Randwick track is a cause of concern for Melbourne trainer John Moloney ahead of the Carbine Club Stakes. Moloney has Magic Millions Guineas winner Flying Jess engaged in Saturday’s Group Three Carbine Club Stakes with the filly facing heavy conditions for the first time. While the prospects of a… Read More »

     
  • Sydney preference for Theanswermyfriend

    In-form three-year-old Theanswermyfriend has been installed odds-on favourite for the Listed Bendigo Guineas but trainer Robert Smerdon’s preference is to run him in Sydney on the same day. Theanswermyfriend is a dual acceptor for Saturday’s Bendigo Guineas (1400m) for which he is at $1.85 while he is the $4 favourite… Read More »

     
  • Carbine Club Stakes nominations – 2017

    View the nominations for the 2017 Carbine Club Stakes. The Carbine Club Stakes will be run on Saturday 1st April at Randwick racecourse. Horse 1 ACATOUR 2 ALL IN RHYTHM 3 BEZEL 4 CHAVO 5 ECHO EFFECT 6 EGG TART 7 EUSEBIO 8 FABRICATOR 9 FLYING JESS 10 HEY DOC… Read More »

     
  • Criterion’s half-brother wins Carbine Club Stakes

    Chris Waller has used the Carbine Club Stakes as a stepping stone to Group One success with Kermadec and is hoping history repeats with Criterion’s half-brother Comin’ Through. Comin’ Through was aimed at Saturday’s Group Three race at Flemington and showed he is a colt on the rise with a… Read More »

     
  • Carbine Club Stakes results and replay – 2016

    View the results for the 2016 Carbine Club Stakes run at Flemington racecourse on 29/10/2016. Results: Comin' Through wins the Carbine Club Stakes from Morton's Fork in second with Bezel in third and Hey Doc Fourth. — Just Horse Racing (@justhorseracing) October 29, 2016 Replay: Comin' Through wins the Carbine… Read More »

     
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  • Carbine Club Stakes Field – 2016

    View the Final Field for the 2016 Carbine Club Stakes. The Carbine Club Stakes will be run on Saturday 29th October at Flemington racecourse. A quality twelve horse field will line-up in Saturday’s Carbine Club Stakes at Flemington with Hey Doc headlining the field and weights. Race Time: 11:45AM Distance:… Read More »

     
  • Waller with three chances in Carbine Club

    The stakes race that launched the career of Group One winner Kermadec could provide a similar stepping stone for Criterion’s younger brother Comin’ Through. The colt is one of three Chris Waller-trained three-year-olds in Saturday’s Group Three Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) at Flemington along with High Mist and Nikitas. A… Read More »

     
  • Octagonal’s grandson successful at Caulfield

    A grandson of Octagonal has won a stakes race at Caulfield on the day the former Australian Horse of the Year died. Peacock, a son of Octagonal’s best son Lonhro, won the Listed Gothic Stakes on Saturday for Godolphin. Octagonal was euthanised at Woodlands Stud on Saturday following ill health…. Read More »

     
  • Blackiston extends himself to get Agent

    Nigel Blackiston didn’t know whether he could afford Inside Agent when the colt was offered as a yearling in New Zealand. The Flemington trrainer put together an ownership group to eventually secure him for $180,000. It may prove to be cheap after Inside Agent landed the Listed Poseidon Stakes (1400m)… Read More »

     
  • Weir runner heads 2016 Bletchingly Stakes odds

    The Darren Weir trained Mahuta has opened as the $3.30 favourite for Saturday’s Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield racecourse. Mahuta will be returning from a very successful first preparation in which he won the G2 Sandown Guineas, G2 Autumn Stakes and the G3 Carbine Club Stakes. His preparation however finished with… Read More »

     
  • Morton’s Fork heading for Melb spring

    Morton’s Fork has added himself to the long list of Godolphin colts being aimed at black-type races during the Melbourne spring carnival. Morton’s Fork ($2.50 favourite) settled towards the back of the field before rounding up his rivals in the straight to win the 1400m Hyland Race Colours 2yo Handicap… Read More »

     
  • He’s Our Rokkii to run in Packer Plate

    He’s Our Rokkii will chase his second Group win of the Sydney autumn carnival in the Frank Packer Plate. The David Hayes and Tom Dabernig-trained gelding won the Group Three Carbine Club Stakes (1600m) on Day One of The Championships last Saturday week. He will be tried beyond 1600m for… Read More »

     
  • Carbine result a pointer to 2017 Doncaster

    He’s Our Rokkii’s win over a mile on Doncaster day has co-trainer David Hayes excited about his prospects in the main race next year. The gelding tasted Group Three success in the Carbine Club Stakes winning by a half length from Odyssey Moon at Randwick on Saturday. He’s Our Rokkii,… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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