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featured 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Princess Posh ready for Tatt’s Tiara

    Princess Posh has done well since her late scratching from the Stradbroke Handicap and is ready for a crack at Group One company in the Tatt’s Tiara. The Kris Lees-trained mare was considered a top lightweight hope in the Stradbroke after her second to The Bostonian in the Group One… Read More »

     
  • Mystic Journey set to begin Cox Plate campaign

    Star filly Mystic Journey is ticking along nicely as the countdown continues to her return to the races for a campaign aimed at the Cox Plate. The Australian Guineas and All-Star Mile winner has been back in work in Tasmania for almost seven weeks, with trainer Adam Trinder planning to… Read More »

     
  • Surprise Baby to embark on path to Melbourne Cup

    Paul Preusker is still ruing the nose defeat of Surprise Baby in The Andrew Ramsden Stakes which cost the stayer a guaranteed start in the Melbourne Cup. Surprise Baby and eventual winner Steel Prince staged a two-horse war up the Flemington straight on May 25 with the Anthony Freedman-trained gelding… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Ben Currie facing more inquiries

    Stewards hope to have the remaining charges against trainer Ben Currie heard within the next month. Currie is serving a 7-1/2 year disqualification after a further three years was added to his sentence on Friday. He has been found guilty of charges including race day treatment, positive swabs and sending… Read More »

     
  • Mike Moroney imports impress at Sandown

    Trainer Mike Moroney admits Mr Marathon Man and Buffalo River are still works in progress but he has loftier ambitions for the pair after they raced to strong wins at Sandown. Five-year-old Mr Marathon Man, a Listed winner in France, notched his first Australian victory at his third local appearance… Read More »

     
  • Gai Waterhouse wins her own race at Ipswich

    Jockey Michael Cahill has continued his wonderful winter run with Ready To Prophet, winning the race named for her trainer, the Gai Waterhouse Classic (1350m) at Ipswich. Cahill has been the undoubted star of the Queensland winter, winning six stakes races including the Group Ones Doomben 10,000 and Kingsford Smith… Read More »

     
  • Mothers create history at Rosehill

    Jenny Duggan and Samantha Clenton have created history at Rosehill, the pair becoming the first mothers to win Saturday metropolitan races on the same program in Sydney. Both are mature-age apprentices whose careers have been interrupted firstly by injury, then by parenthood. Duggan won on the Jason Coyle-trained River Bird… Read More »

     
  • Man Booker gets consolation win at Ipswich

    Man Booker has scored a consolation win, with things finally going his way in the $175,000 Eye Liner Stakes (1350m). The Perth galloper has form around some of the best horses in West Australia and was considered a genuine chance in three Group One sprints: the Doomben 10,000, Kingsford Smith… Read More »

     
  • Sandown double for Chris Waller stable

    Jockey Craig Newitt believes there is plenty to like about Irish import Mawaany Machine who has landed his first Australian victory at Sandown. Forming the first leg of a race-to-race winning double for trainer Chris Waller on Saturday’s program, six-year-old gelding Mawaany Machine dug in for a fight in the… Read More »

     
  • Bergerac turns form around to win Ipswich Cup

    Trainer Steve Tregea’s gamble in taking blinkers off the race day gear of Bergerac has paid off, with the gelding winning the $175,000 Ipswich Cup. Apprentice Michael Murphy had a welcome change of luck and followed instruction to perfection to guide Bergerac ($5.50) to a 1-1/4 lengths win over Sampson… Read More »

     
  • Veteran Destiny’s Kiss wins second Winter Cup

    Joe Pride has trained his share of Group One winners and is noted for his prowess with sprinters. But an ageing stayer holds a special place in Pride’s heart and Destiny’s Kiss has returned the favour with the 10-year-old claiming a second win in the Listed Winter Cup (2400m) at… Read More »

     
  • Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

    Trainer Mick Bell has paid tribute to his stable star Jungle Edge after proudly watching the popular sprinter add another city win at Sandown on his preferred rain-affected going. The eight-year-old gelding, ridden by apprentice Michael Poy, showed rivals a clean pair of heels in Saturday’s Ladbrokes Handicap (1200m) on… Read More »

     
  • Enforcement stamps his class at Rosehill

    A gelding operation has worked wonders for two-year-old Enforcement who has racked up his second late-season win at Rosehill. Enforcement is owned by a group of high profile breeders and trained by Peter and Paul Snowden with the stable noted for producing stallions. But Enforcement’s racing manners at his first… Read More »

     
  • Big Bets – 15/6/2019

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

     
  • Can’t Be Done wins narrowly at Sandown

    Two-year-old Can’t Be Done is showing he can win races, with the gelding notching his second victory from three starts with a determined display at Sandown. By stallion All Too Hard out of the mare Nobody Gets, the Danny O’Brien-trained Can’t Be Done ($5) just edged out the Anthony Freedman-trained… Read More »

     
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  • Nash Rawiller back riding trackwork

    Nash Rawiller has ridden trackwork at Rosehill as he starts the road back to reclaiming his career after serving a lengthy disqualification. The multiple Group One-winning jockey was banned in April last year for 15 months by Hong Kong authorities for accepting gifts or money in exchange for tips. With… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup now worth $8 million

    The Melbourne Cup has received another prize money injection, with the 2019 edition of Australia’s most famous race to be worth $8 million. Victoria Racing Club chairman Amanda Elliott made the announcement on Tuesday, with the prize money increasing by $700,000 from the $7.3 million last year. The connections of… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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