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featured 2017 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

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  • Chris Munce after another stakes win

    Trainer Chris Munce will step up his juvenile assault on the winter carnival with two hopes in the Ken Russell Classic at the Gold Coast. Munce won his fourth two-year-old stakes race of the season with Saint Patricks Day in the Listed Dalrello Stakes at Doomben on Saturday. He believes… Read More »

    Chris Munce after another stakes win

     
  • Rebel Dane primed for Brisbane farewell

    While he is happy Rebel Dane has found a home at stud, trainer Gary Portelli admits it will be hard to see him leave the stable. The dual Group One winner will stand at Swettenham Stud in the spring but first he will try to add to his tally of… Read More »

    Rebel Dane primed for Brisbane farewell

     
  • Pateman up for dual roles at Warrnambool

    Champion jumps jockey Steve Pateman will be sporting two hats on the opening day of the three-day Warrnambool carnival. He will try to add to his tally of winners at the famous meeting and will also have runners as a trainer. Earlier this year Pateman was granted a dual trainer/jockey… Read More »

    Pateman up for dual roles at Warrnambool

     
  • John O’Shea and Godolphin split

    John O’Shea has reportedly resigned as head Australian trainer for international thoroughbred racing power Godolphin. O’Shea is believed to be in the process of negotiating a severance package, three years into a five-year contract. He took over the high-pressure role from Peter Snowden in May, 2014 and has trained 10… Read More »

    John O’Shea and Godolphin split

     
  • Star Exhibit impresses in Victorian debut

    Perth Cup winner Star Exhibit has made an instant impression in the eastern states with a Listed win at his first start for Victoria’s premier trainer Darren Weir at Caulfield. Star Exhibit won the Group Two Perth Cup (2400m) on December 31 and owner Bob Peters then sent the gelding… Read More »

    Star Exhibit impresses in Victorian debut

     
  • Fabrizio wins Group 3 Hawkesbury Gold Cup

    First-up disappointment Fabrizio has confirmed what Gai Waterhouse had known for more than a week in the lead-up to the Hawkesbury Gold Cup. After he finished down the course when he resumed from a spell at Randwick, Waterhouse and her co-trainer Adrian Bott took the precaution of giving Fabrizio a… Read More »

    Fabrizio wins Group 3 Hawkesbury Gold Cup

     
  • Grey Street gives McArdle some consolation

    Trainer John McArdle has received some consolation for the defeat of two-year-old Doubt I’m Dreaming with Grey Street’s victory at Caulfield. Doubt I’m Dreaming was looked on as Saturday’s bet of the day and sent out the $1.55 UniBet favourite in the Listed Thoroughbred Club Cup. But the colt could… Read More »

    Grey Street gives McArdle some consolation

     
  • Wise Hero returns a winner at Caulfield

    The horse who gave trainer John Price his first Melbourne city winner has added another with a first-up success at Caulfield. Promising three-year-old Wise Hero made it three wins from four starts with a hard-fought victory in Saturday’s Next Payments Handicap (1200m). Price, a Group Two-winning trainer in Western Australia,… Read More »

    Wise Hero returns a winner at Caulfield

     
  • Shazee Lee wins Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas

    The biggest win of Scott Singelton’s career was given added significance as Shazee Lee claimed the Hawkesbury Guineas. Shazee Lee is owned by Dr Max Kowalczuk, a dentist who has been one of Singleton’s most loyal supporters. “I started training when I was 20 (years old) and I’m 33 now… Read More »

    Shazee Lee wins Group 3 Hawkesbury Guineas

     
  • Kobayashi topples favourite at Caulfield

    Originally bought with the Magic Millions Classic on the Gold Coast in mind, Kobayashi has made it two wins in succession with a stakes race win at Caulfield. Kobayashi led throughout to score in the Listed Thoroughbred Club Cup (1200m) on Saturday and in the process burst the bubble over… Read More »

    Kobayashi topples favourite at Caulfield

     
  • Shillelagh delivers knockout Crown result

    Chris Waller is tipping more Sydney form reversals like the one turned in by former New Zealand mare Shillelagh to win the Godolphin Crown. Sent out at double-figure odds, Shillelagh posted her first win since a transfer to Sydney’s premier stable with a come-from-behind victory in the $175,000 race at… Read More »

    Shillelagh delivers knockout Crown result

     
  • Snitty Kitty wins at Caulfield

    Illness forced apprentice Beau Mertens out of a midweek city meeting but he has kept up his title challenge by returning to his winning ways at Caulfield. Mertens missed Wednesday’s Sandown meeting but was back in action on Saturday and notched his 52nd city winner for the season aboard the… Read More »

    Snitty Kitty wins at Caulfield

     
  • Scone Guineas on the agenda for Mr Sneaky

    Mr Sneaky is again in line for a trip north of the Victorian border after an impressive win at Caulfield. The Lee and Anthony Freedman-trained three-year-old made it back-to-back wins when successful in Saturday’s No Fuss Events Hire Handicap. But there was a break of eight weeks between victories. In… Read More »

    Scone Guineas on the agenda for Mr Sneaky

     
  • Odeon stamps SA Derby credentials

    Odeon has stamped his South Australian Derby credentials with a strong win against older horses at Caulfield. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained three-year-old was sent out the $4.80 favourite in Saturday’s Sky High Mt Dandenong Handicap (2000m), a race the stable was using as a stepping stone to the… Read More »

    Odeon stamps SA Derby credentials

     
  • Go Daddy Go wins in Clarendon Stakes upset

    As Sydney’s weather has started to improve, so to have the racing fortunes of Go Daddy Go. “We thought he might have been a horse for the (Group One) Champagne Stakes but the more it rained the less prospects he had,” co-trainer Anthony Cummings said. Go Daddy Go went some… Read More »

    Go Daddy Go wins in Clarendon Stakes upset

     
  • Blinkers do the trick with He Ekscels

    A Brisbane trip is on the cards for He Ekscels after his impressive maiden success at Caulfield. Sporting blinkers for the first time, He Ekscels raced to a commanding victory in Saturday’s Ern Jensen Funerals Handicap over 1800m. Ridden by Dwayne Dunn, He Ekscels ($9) scored by 3-1/4 lengths from… Read More »

    Blinkers do the trick with He Ekscels

     
  • 29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Caulfield, Thoroughbred Club Cup day

    Caulfield back ups for the fourth Saturday in a row this weekend where it is Anniversary Vase Day. The weather is overcast, the track is soft (5) and the rail is out twelve metres for the entire circuit.     Race One (12:10) : Ern Jensen Funerals Handicap 1800m: Back… Read More »

    29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Caulfield, Thoroughbred Club Cup day

     
  • 29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Eagle Farm, Victory Stakes day

    The Brisbane Carnival heats right up this Saturday at Eagle Farm with Victory Stakes Day, featuring a quality field in the $200,000 Group ll event. The weather is fine, the track is soft (7) and the rail is out a metre for the entire circuit.     Race One (12:02)… Read More »

    29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Eagle Farm, Victory Stakes day

     
  • 29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Hawkesbury, Hawkesbury Guineas day

    The stand alone at Hawkesbury this Saturday is the best in Australia when it comes to non metro Saturday programs. Nine races, five of which at Stakes level. The weather is fine, the track is good (4) and the rail is in the true position for the entire circuit.  … Read More »

    29/4/2017 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Hawkesbury, Hawkesbury Guineas day

     
  • Freshened Daysee to avenge doomed run

    Trainer Ron Quinton is confident Daysee Doom can bounce back from a luckless run and threaten Peter Snowden’s domination of the Godolphin Crown at Hawkesbury. The four-year-old Daysee Doom has been freshened since finishing second in the Group Two Emancipation Stakes (1500m) at Rosehill on March 25, a placing that… Read More »

    Freshened Daysee to avenge doomed run

     
 
 
 

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