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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Johnny set to kick-off Melbourne Cup campaign

    Victoria Derby winner Johnny Get Angry makes a long-awaited return in the Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington. If it was good enough for Bart Cummings, then it is good enough for Dennis Pagan to start the 2021 Melbourne Cup campaign of Johnny Get Angry in the Aurie’s Star Handicap. Cummings, along… Read More »

  • Nicole Bruggemann scores Highly Decorated win in the Darwin Cup

    It was a long eleven race meeting, but the last race climax was well worth the wait for trainer Nicole Bruggemann and jockey Jessie Philpot who claimed the 2021 Great Northern Darwin Cup with the five-year-old Epaulette gelding Highly Decorated. The win came in Bruggemann’s first attempt at the Darwin… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood returns with an impressive trial win

    Alligator Blood, who had a jump-out in-between races at the Sunshine Coast yesterday, could not have produced a better performance in that particular context as he continues on the comeback trail to race fitness. Jockey Jimmy Orman had the Group 1 winner travelling well within himself throughout, yet he still… Read More »

  • Wil John out-jumps rivals in the Grand National Hurdle

    Trainer Ciaron Maher has not ruled out chasing a rare jumps double with Wil John after the gelding took out the Grand National Hurdle at Sandown. Only two horses have completed the Grand National Hurdle and Steeplechase double in the same year with Mosstrooper completing the double in 1930 and New Zealand jumper Tallyho Twinkletoe in… Read More »

  • The Everest contender up and Running

    Arguably Sydney’s most progressive sprinter, Lost And Running has returned to John O’Shea’s Randwick stable with his trainer adamant the horse is back better than ever. The gelding has built an imposing record with six wins from seven starts, capturing the attention of Everest slot holders the TAB which have snapped… Read More »

  • Cummings edges out Baker in Sydney premiership battle

    Godolphin has finished the season with a brace of winners to clinch second place on the Sydney trainers premiership. Bjorn Baker has fallen one win short in his battle with Godolphin’s James Cummings for second position on the Sydney trainers’ premiership as the all-conquering Chris Waller captured his eleventh successive title. Baker and… Read More »

  • Hi Stranger keeps Moonee Valley record intact

    The JRA Cup at The Valley could be on the agenda for Hi Stranger following his success at The Valley. With a liking for The Valley, trainer Shane Fliedner hopes to be back at the track deeper into the spring with Hi Stranger. The Group 3 JRA Cup (2040m) in… Read More »

  • Racegoers forced to leave Eagle Farm races

    The racing public who attended Eagle Farm today had their afternoon’s entertainment cut short when they had to vacate the track by 3.30pm to meet the protocols set by the Queensland Government after it had announced a snap three-day lockdown earlier in the day. The two races scheduled after 3.30pm… Read More »

  • Damien Oliver notches half-ton at The Valley

    Damien Oliver landed his 50th metropolitan win for the season when he combined with Godolphin filly Zapateo at The Valley. In taking out the Plant Powered Cleaning Handicap (1000m) on Saturday, Zapateo registered her second win from three starts and importantly added a city win to her record. How far Zapateo can progress… Read More »

  • Three Sydney racetracks affected by COVID lockdowns

    Officials have rejigged Sydney’s race program for August after Rosehill became the third metropolitan racetrack enveloped by the latest local government area (LGA) lockdowns. Warwick Farm and Canterbury were already affected by the additional restrictions and Rosehill was added to that list of venues at midnight on Wednesday when the… Read More »

  • Peter Moody welcomes boom stayer into stable

    Boom Queensland galloper Incentivise has arrived at the stables of Peter Moody to start his Spring Carnival build-up. Incentivise the winner of six of his nine starts in Queensland for trainer Steve Tregea, had a 50 per cent share sold in him to Melbourne-based owners Brae Sokolski and Ozzie Kheir. The gelding… Read More »

  • John Mcardle’s star fillies set to kick-off campaigns

    Five days of no racing or trials in Victoria could not have come at a worse time for two of trainer John Mcardle’s unbeaten fillies La Rocque and Tycoon Humma. Needing a trial to progress their fitness for upcoming engagements, McArdle has instead entered them for a two-year-old fillies race… Read More »

  • Barrier trial scare for Golden Slipper winner

    You just have to watch how mature and tough Champion 2YO STAY INSIDE (Extreme Choice – Nothing Leica Storm) is, oh and how good a horseman Tommy Berry is also. They very nearly fell over at the colt’s first trial since winning the Gr 1 Golden Slipper a few months… Read More »

  • Verry big decision awaits James McDonald

    Leading Sydney jockey James McDonald has less than three weeks to make a decision on whether he will partner Verry Elleegant during the spring. A six-time Group 1 winner on Verry Elleegant, McDonald was aboard the mare when she stepped out in a barrier trial at Randwick on Tuesday in preparation… Read More »

  • Spring stars preparing to ramp up their campaigns

    With the spring carnival on the doorstep, Randwick will host a star-studded barrier trial session on Tuesday. Golden Slipper winner Stay Inside will be one of several headline horses stepping out in barrier trials at Randwick this week as the spring carnival countdown begins in earnest. Outstanding mare Verry Elleegant,… Read More »

  • River Views causes upset in the VOBIS Gold Ingot

    River Views has surprised the punters and his trainers taking out the third event at Caulfield on Saturday. The Written Tycoon gelding was sent out a $41 chance over the 1400m event before letting loose with an impressive turn of foot down the centre of the track to round up his… Read More »

  • King Magnus registers second consecutive win at Caulfield

    King Magnus won’t be rushed into anything too grand at this stage of his career after landing a second successive win at Caulfield. The Robbie Griffiths and Mathew de Kock-trained galloper followed up his victory on July 10 by taking out the MRC Member Alan Yates Handicap (1400m) on Saturday…. Read More »

  • No International horses booked for Spring Carnival

    The participation of international horses in this year’s Melbourne Cup Carnival remains pretty much in limbo at this stage, but the early signs are not good for those who like a good portion of overseas involvement in their Melbourne Carnival recipe. Yes, it is still a little over three months… Read More »

  • Trainers fail to overturn race free week in Victoria

    As more trainers become vocal in their opposition to Racing Victoria’s race-free week next week, the Australian Trainers’ Association (ATA) has attempted to get Racing Victoria to re-think their decision, but they came up empty after their late push for a change to next week’s racing schedule was rejected. ATA… Read More »

  • Group 1 winner Hey Doc retired

    Multiple Group 1 winner Hey Doc has been retired having lost the desire to be a racehorse. A 10-time winner from 32 starts under the care of T & C Mcevoy, Hey Doc ran his last race finishing eighth in the R N Irwin Stakes (1100m) at Morphettville in April. Co-trainer Calvin McEvoy… Read More »

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