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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – inc Queen Elizabeth Stakes 11/4/2020

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Saturday’s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Randwick, Caulfield and Doomben. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

     
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  • Pizza the key to Nettoyer’s good form

    Nettoyer’s penchant for junk food is becoming the stuff of folklore but it is her lack of self preservation, rather than her diet, that keeps trainer Wendy Roche up at night. That and the hundreds of text messages Roche has received since the mare’s stunning Doncaster Mile win last weekend…. Read More »

     
  • Queen Elizabeth Stakes plunge on Japanese star

    Punters think Japan will continue their dominance when they come down under via Danon Premium, who has been backed with confidence in early betting for the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (2000m) this Saturday at Randwick. The Japanese galloper is the last horse to beat Lys Gracieux in Japan, along with placings… Read More »

     
  • Hefty cobalt bans for father-daughter trainers

    The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal has handed lengthy cobalt bans to father-and-daughter training partners Terry and Karina O’Sullivan. The Stawell-based trainers appealed their original one-year sentence handed out by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board and on Wednesday had those disqualifications increased by VCAT, with Terry out for three… Read More »

     
  • Star NZ stablemates to clash in Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    Jamie Richards cannot split stablemates Te Akau Shark and Melody Belle as the star duo prepare to clash in the $2 million Queen Elizabeth Stakes. While stable jockey Opie Bosson has been forced to choose between two of his favourite horses, opting to ride Te Akau Shark, Richards is sitting… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria starts action plan on Spring Carnival

    Racing Victoria is turning its attention towards the spring carnival after almost a month of crowd-free racing due to the coronavirus pandemic. Chief executive Giles Thompson says RV is starting to shift its thinking from a week-to-week basis to a longer-term outlook. He said Victoria’s biggest racing clubs were considering… Read More »

     
  • Star studded field for G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    A star-studded field of 13, including high profile international visitors Danon Premium and Addeybb, has been declared for the Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Randwick. Japanese horse Danon Premium has drawn barrier three for Saturday’s $2 million 2000m weight-for-age feature on day two of The Championships with the William… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper winner retired

    Godolphin filly Kiamichi has been retired after failing to recapture the form that won her a Golden Slipper. A Godolphin home-bred, Kiamichi led home a trifecta for Sheikh Mohammed when she beat her James Cummings-trained stablemate Microphone and Lyre from the Anthony Freedman stable in last year’s Slipper. Kiamichi is… Read More »

     
  • Melody Belle to back up in Queen Elizabeth Stakes field

    New Zealand champion Melody Belle will take on stablemate Te Akau Shark in the Group One Queen Elizabeth Stakes, a week after her gallant fourth in the Doncaster Mile. The mare will be ridden by Kerrin McEvoy with Te Akau Racing’s stable rider Opie Bosson to stick with Te Akau… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW announces more prize money cuts

    Prize money for races in NSW will be cut by 20 per cent until the end of the financial year because of the flow-on effects from the coronavirus crisis. While racing is continuing in Australia under strict biosecurity protocols, meetings are being held without spectators, reducing the income from wagering,… Read More »

     
  • Snowdens want to retire Redzel

    Dual Everest-winning sprinter Redzel may have run his last race with co-trainer Peter Snowden signalling retirement is looming. Redzel ran third in Saturday’s TJ Smith Stakes won in brilliant fashion by Nature Strip from last year’s winner Santa Ana Lane. Snowden said he believed it was one of the gelding’s… Read More »

     
  • Nettoyer wins the G1 Doncaster Mile

    A temperamental mare with a penchant for fast food and beer has eaten up the ground to win the prestigious Doncaster Mile at Randwick. Nettoyer, whose trainer Wendy Roche is known for her work with eccentric horses, stormed home to beat some big names on Saturday under a confident and… Read More »

     
  • Rubisaki continues winning run in PJ Bell Stakes

    Talented filly Rubisaki has continued her unbeaten season with a dominant display in the PJ Bell Stakes at Randwick. Trained in Victoria by Patrick Payne, a decision was made earlier this week to send Rubiaski north to contest Saturday’s Group Three PJ Bell (1200m) for three-year-old fillies and she was… Read More »

     
  • Nature Strip too fast in the G1 TJ Smith Stakes

    James McDonald admits his feelings about Nature Strip can oscillate between extremes but jubilation reigned after the sprinter’s TJ Smith Stakes demolition. Against a top-class field boasting nine individual Group One winners, $4.20 favourite Nature Strip did what he does best: rolling along in front and breaking the hearts of… Read More »

     
  • Quick Thinker wins the G1 Australian Derby

    Just as it was in the Tulloch Stakes a week earlier, Quick Thinker has beaten Zebrowski to give champion New Zealand trainer Murray Baker his fifth Group One Australian Derby at Randwick. Despite being in lockdown at home in New Zealand, Baker and also his co-trainer Andrew Forsman are still… Read More »

     
  • King’s Legacy wins G1 Inglis Sires Produce Stakes

    Peter and Paul Snowden’s reputation as stallion makers has again been showcased with King’s Legacy winning the Group One ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes. The father-son training team has an enviable record with young colts including Pride Of Dubai, Capitalist, Shooting To Win and Revolution. A son of the late super… Read More »

     
  • Raheen House stamps himself on the Sydney Cup

    European import Raheen House has relished a distance rise to emerge as a serious Sydney Cup contender with a strong win in a key lead-up race at Randwick. A two-time stakes winner over staying trips in England, Raheen House had not managed a top-five finish in four previous Australian runs…. Read More »

     
  • Colette races into Australian Oaks favouritism

    Lightly raced Godolphin filly Colette has stormed into favouritism for the Group One ATC Australian Oaks after a convincing win in the Adrian Knox Stakes at Randwick. The James Cummings-trained Colette had come through two provincial wins before enhancing her Oaks credentials with a stylish performance in Saturday’s Group Three… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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