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featured 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Punters quick to plunge on Cox Plate 2019

    Punters were quick out of the gates to back a runner at double figure odds to win Saturday’s Cox Plate. The Cox Plate field was announced this morning and it did not take long for punters to back a runner who was a borderline chance to make it into the… Read More »

     
  • MVRC explains their Cox Plate decisions

    The committee of the Moonee Valley Racing Club has agonised over the composition of the final field for the Cox Plate before settling on the 14 runners. Club chairman Don Casboult said there were a number of different scenarios the committee considered when 18 horses were paid up for Saturday’s… Read More »

     
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  • Internationals targeting the $7.5m Golden Eagle

    Three northern hemisphere-trained horses targeting the inaugural Golden Eagle in Sydney are settling into quarantine at Canterbury in preparation for the $7.5 million race at Rosehill. The Golden Eagle (1500m) for four-year-olds will be run on November 2 and the Aidan O’Brien-trained Never No More, Richard Hannon-trained Beat Le Bon… Read More »

     
  • Geelong Cup to have Melbourne Cup implications

    Last year’s Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran is one of a host of horses, including three other internationals, who will be trying to force their way into this year’s feature at Flemington when they run in the Group Three $400,000 Geelong Cup. Trained by Charlie Fellowes at Newmarket in… Read More »

     
  • $200,000 gamble on the Cox Plate

    Connections have decided to pay the late entry fee of $200,000 to enter their horse Black Heart Bart into Saturday’s Cox Plate. Black Heart Bart was not nominated for the 2019 Cox Plate thus connections have had to pay $200,000 for the horse to take his spot in the Cox… Read More »

     
  • Quality Field for Geelong Cup 2019

    Four internationally trained horses including last year’s Melbourne Cup placegetter Prince Of Arran feature among the field of 11 for the Group Three $400,000 Geelong Cup. The Charlie Fellowes-trained Prince Of Arran finished second in the Group Two Herbert Power Stakes in his return to Australian racing on October 12… Read More »

     
  • Cape Of Good Hope ticks another box ahead of Cox Plate

    He made an immediate impression at his Australian debut with victory in the Group One Caulfield Stakes, and Cape Of Good Hope has ticked another box in his Cox Plate preparation by having a gallop at the Valley. Cape Of Good Hope, a northern hemisphere-bred three-year-old now in the care… Read More »

     
  • Damian Lane has Cox Plate in sights

    A “massive” year for Damian Lane could reach even greater heights in coming weeks as the jockey bids to add the Cox Plate 2019 and Melbourne Cup to his list of major race wins. Lane won the Golden Slipper in March on Godolphin’s Kiamichi and on Saturday claimed his first… Read More »

     
  • Avilius suffers bleed ahead of the 2019 Cox Plate

    Triple Group One winner Avilius will undertake an enforced gallop in a bid to run in the Cox Plate after bleeding from one nostril. Godolphin’s Australian head trainer James Cummings told Racing Victoria the horse was found to have bled after he returned to Flemington from a gallop at The… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup contender back on track after injury scare

    Assistant trainer Sam Freedman says the stable has dodged a bullet with Steel Prince who will progress his Melbourne Cup claims at Geelong. Steel Prince was to have his final lead-up for the $8 million Melbourne Cup (3200m) at Flemington on November 5 in the Herbert Power Stakes at Caulfield… Read More »

     
  • Luke Nolen loses ride on Melbourne Cup favourite

    Luke Nolen won’t be riding Constantinople in the Melbourne Cup with The Everest-winning jockey Glen Boss to ride the new race favourite. Nolen steered Constantinople home forΒ an eye-catching fourth in Saturday’s Caulfield Cup after finding interference approaching the home turn and again early in the straight. β€œHe was terrific.” Nolen… Read More »

     
  • Mer De Glace wins Caulfield Cup for Japan

    Japan has claimed a second Caulfield Cup victory in five years with Mer De Glace overcoming a slow start to win in the $5 million race. Like Admire Rakti who won for Tomoyuki Umeda in 2014, Mer De Glace settled back in the field before circling his rivals to score… Read More »

     
  • Japanese import Hush Writer wins St Leger Stakes

    Hush Writer has capped a red-letter day for Japanese-bred stayers with a barnstorming win in the Group Three St Leger Stakes at Randwick. Minutes after Japan’s Mer De Glace saluted in the Caulfield Cup, Hush Writer ($6) streaked to a comfortable victory after leading for much of Saturday’s 2600m support… Read More »

     
  • Happy ending for Tommy Berry in Craven Plate

    A mid-race move by Tommy Berry to take Happy Clapper to the front has proved a masterstroke, although it gave trainer Pat Webster a few heart palpitations. Expected Craven Plate leader, the Bjorn Baker-trained Samadoubt, couldn’t muster early speed, leaving Stampede to enjoy a soft lead so Berry took matters… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes now worth a conservative $50 million

    Coolmore Australia’s Tom Magnier estimates Yes Yes Yes to be worth a conservative $50 million after blitzing Australia’s best sprinters in The Everest at Randwick. The international conglomerate bought into the three-year-old in the lead up to the Golden Slipper and while he could not win that race, he made… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes beats the older horses in The Everest

    The youngest horse in the race has upstaged his older and more experienced rivals to win the $14 million Everest at Randwick. Yes Yes Yes, one of three runners for champion trainer Chris Waller, has beaten Australia’s highest-rated sprinter Santa Ana Lane to claim the world’s richest race on turf…. Read More »

     
  • Dubai trip an option for Streets Of Avalon

    Campaigning five-year-old gelding Streets Of Avalon in Dubai early next year is a consideration for trainer Shane Nichols but first he will concentrate on the rest of the Melbourne spring carnival. Streets Of Avalon backed up seven days after finishing unplaced in the Group One Toorak Handicap (1600m) to win… Read More »

     
  • Yes Yes Yes wins The Everest

    Yes Yes Yes has upstaged his more experienced rivals to win the $14 million Everest at Randwick. The only three-year-old in the world’s richest race on turf, Yes Yes Yes unwound down the middle of the track to beat Australia’s best sprinters, including runner-up Santa Ana Lane. Yes Yes Yes… Read More »

     
  • Deprive flies home to claim Sydney Stakes

    James Cummings-trained sprinter Deprive has survived a protest to claim a sixth straight victory at Randwick, winning the Group Three Sydney Stakes (1200m). Sent out at $9, Deprive swooped from the outside to hold off Champagne Cuddles ($7) by a long head, with pre-race favourite Brutal ($1.95) a 1/2 head… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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