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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Summer Cup goal for Snowden import Huetor

    Former French galloper Huetor will head to the Group 3 Summer Cup on Boxing Day after overcoming a number of hurdles to post an outstanding win. Sluggish to begin, the Peter and Paul Snowden-trained gelding settled well back in a moderately run race and had a mountain of work to do to… Read More »

  • Defiant Dancer doubles up at Pakenham

    Defiant Dancer has kept his record intact on his home track at Pakenham with a decisive win in the David Bourke Memorial Handicap. The Phillip Stokes-trained galloper won at the corresponding meeting 12 months ago over 1000m before graduating to city company. Camped on the speed to provide Madison Lloyd a race-to-race… Read More »

  • Shihonka books Magic Millions Guineas ticket

    Progressive Tulloch Lodge filly Shihonka has passed an important distance test at Rosehill to earn a shot at the $2 million Magic Millions Guineas. Extending beyond 1200 metres for the first time, Shihonka ($2.25 fav) made the running in Saturday’s 1350 metre assignment and despite looking to be under siege halfway… Read More »

  • Gold Coast calling for impressive Pilote

    The Kevin Corstens stable has plans of chasing a bigger prize on the Gold Coast early in the New Year after the win of Pilote at Geelong. The heavily backed Pilote took out the Bet365 Odds Drift Protect Handicap (2200m) on Wednesday in emphatic fashion. Sent out the $1.65 favourite under the guidance of Billy… Read More »

  • Jamie Kah set for riding return

    After missing a potentially lucrative Spring Racing Carnival through suspension, Jamie Kah is set to make her return to race riding. Kah was one of five jockeys suspended for attending an Airbnb party in August which resulted in her being outed for three months. She was then given a further two-month suspension for allegedly… Read More »

  • Raquel Clark announces retirement from riding

    There have been a rash of retirements from the jockey ranks in the past week. Robert Thompson and Glen Boss have called time on their respective riding careers on their own terms, deciding their own future at a time and in a manner convenient to themselves … but Raquel Clark’s… Read More »

  • Jockey Robert Thompson announces retirement

    It is indeed a tribute to Robert Thompson that, although he has won more races than any other jockey in Australia, his elevated standing in the sport has as much to do about the type of person he is than it has to do with his achievements on the track…. Read More »

  • Wil John prevails in the Jericho Cup

    The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable has landed their second Jericho Cup with Wil John prevailing in Australia’s longest flat race. Run through the paddocks of Warrnambool racecourse, the scene of Australia’s longest race, the Grand Annual Steeplechase, the Jericho Cup (4600m) was being held for the fourth time on Sunday. Maher and Eustace… Read More »

  • No fairytale finish for Glen Boss

    With three Melbourne Cup victories to his credit, Glen Boss was denied a fairytale end to his illustrious career at Caulfield on Saturday. The 52-year-old ended his 37-year career in the saddle by finishing fourth on the $1.40 favourite Spanish Mission in the Group 2 Zipping Classic (2400m). Boss is best remembered as the jockey who rode Makybe Diva to her three… Read More »

  • Sound lands a second Zipping Classic

    The racing career for German-bred import Sound may be drawing to a close, but his trainer Mike Moroney believes the stayer is racing as well as ever. Sound ruined the farewell of jockey Glen Boss by claiming a second win in the Group 2 Zipping Classic (2400m), this year at Caulfield on… Read More »

  • Steinem lands important stakes win

    Steinem has appreciated a drop in grade to finally breakthrough for her maiden stakes win taking out the Group 3 Summoned Stakes at Caulfield. The victory on Saturday brought up a race-to-race double for trainers Ciaron Maher and jockey Jye Mcneil, having scored with Enthaar in the Listed Doveton Stakes (1000m). After being headed by the runner-up in the straight, Steinum,… Read More »

  • Three on the trot for Lady Of Honour

    Lady Of Honour has continued her winning sequence and claimed a first stakes victory by leading throughout at Caulfield. The Ben and JD Hayes-trained filly took out the Listed Twilight Glow Stakes (1400m) on Saturday to follow wins at Ballarat and Sandown. Ridden by Jake Noonan, Lady Of Honour ($5.50) held on to score a half-length… Read More »

  • Elleegant touch aids Polly’s ATC Cup win

    Polly Grey has been keeping the finest of company at home and it appears to have rubbed off with the mare lumping a big weight to victory in the Listed ATC Cup at Rosehill. A steep distance rise from 1400 metre to 2000 metres proved no issue for the seven-year-old, with… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 27/11/2021

    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 Caulfield, Rosehill, Gold Coast, Ascot and Morphettville. Winterbottom Stakes 🏆: View the Field and Odds for the Winterbottom Stakes Zipping Classic… Read More »

  • Matt Laurie on a learning curve with Chartres

    Trainer Matt Laurie will find out a bit more about his lightly raced galloper Chartres when the three-year-old runs in the Sandown Guineas. The Group 2 race over 1600m at Caulfield on Saturday was an afterthought for Laurie and the connections of the son of Toronado. With all four career runs being over 1200m, Laurie… Read More »

  • Sound chasing back-to-back wins in the Zipping Classic

    German-bred import Sound has been a mainstay of staying races in Melbourne since his arrival in Australia for the Spring Carnival of 2018. He has competed in two Melbourne Cups, two Caulfield Cups, two Sydney Cups and even travelled to New Zealand for their feature staying races. But while his form has justified him running those races, Sound has… Read More »

  • Jericho Cup attracts a quality field

    Australia’s longest flat race, the 4600m Jericho Cup, which will take place at Warrnambool this Sunday, has attracted a full field of fourteen runners (with four emergency acceptors). The race is a BM90, high weight race with a minimum weight of 65kg … which is the weight that will be… Read More »

  • Surprise Baby ready for return at Caulfield

    Surprise Baby only needs to get through the remainder of the week to have his first start since last year’s Melbourne Cup. Now in the care of Gavin Bedggood at Cranbourne, Surprise Baby is entered for the Group 3 Kevin Heffernan Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on Saturday. A hock injury has prevented Surprise… Read More »


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