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  • NSW dominates Queensland winter carnival

    NSW-trained horses have again dominated the Brisbane winter carnival winning more than half the black-type races on offer. Since the start of the winter carnival in April there have been 54 stakes races with NSW winning 33. Leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller has led the way with 10 stakes wins… Read More »

  • Merchant Navy wins Diamond Jubilee Stakes

    Australian Group One winner Merchant Navy has won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot for new trainer Adian O’Brien. Sent off at 4-1, Merchant Navy was all out at the line under Ryan Moore but managed to hold out French raider City Light by a short head. Incredible!At just… Read More »

  • Spright storms to victory in G3

    Rejuvenated mare Spright overcame a bout of home sickness to win the Group Three WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday. After Spright had been struggling on wet tracks at her two previous Brisbane runs, Frazer decided to send the mare back to his Hawkesbury stables. “I took her home… Read More »

  • I Thought So ends run of outs at Randwick

    The real I Thought So has stood up and spoiled the Jungle Edge party at Randwick, taking out the 1200-metre open sprint. With heavy conditions to suit, Jungle Edge was the $3.90 favourite but even with Georgina Cartwright’s three kilogram claim he had to give I Thought So ($5.50) 6.5kg…. Read More »

  • Prompt Response wins Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara

    Consistent mare Prompt Response finally got her Group One win on Saturday and could now have a change in training routine with a slot in the $13 million The Everest in mind. Ridden an aggressive race from a good barrier by Blake Shinn, Prompt Response ($4.20) dashed away to a… Read More »

  • Divine Unicorn wins Tattersall’s Cup

    Promising stayer Divine Unicorn was always expected to end up racing in Hong Kong but it could be even sooner than trainer Matt Dunn anticipated. Divine Unicorn ($4.40) underlined his class when won the Group Three Tattersall’s Cup (2200m) at his eighth start at Doomben. Ridden just behind the pace,… Read More »

  • The Bostonian set to back-up in Sunshine Coast Guineas

    Tough New Zealand galloper The Bostonian will contest next week’s Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas after continuing his late winter carnival form with another win on Saturday. Trainer Tony Pike had high hopes for The Bostonian this winter but a series of setbacks meant he didn’t make his Queensland debut… Read More »

  • Nature Strip dominant in Flemington win

    Boom sprinter Nature Strip has toyed with his rivals at Flemington and given the course record a shake in his first start for new trainer Darren Weir. The gelding had 60.5kg and was giving plenty of weight to his rivals in Saturday’s Great Ocean Road Handicap (1100m) for three-year-olds but… Read More »

  • Wide range of options for Granny Red Shoes

    Trainer Toby Edmonds believes he has plenty of options with Granny Red Shoes after the filly won her second stakes race of the winter carnival at Doomben. Jockey Blake Shinn took Granny Red Shoes, the $1.55 favourite, back to a clear last in the middle stages but she sprinted far… Read More »

  • Dio D’Oro posts second wet-track success

    Dio D’Oro has claimed his second wet-track win at Randwick but his jockey Rachel King has scouted a little wider than she planned. The Gary Portelli-trained youngster was sent out the $3.90 favourite in Saturday’s Two-Year-Old Handicap (1200m) after his win in similar heavy conditions two weeks ago. The field… Read More »

  • Good ‘n’ Fast registers Flemington victory

    Good ‘n’ Fast is likely to get his chance to chase a black-type win late in his juvenile season after the colt backed up an eye-catching debut with a victory in his second start at Flemington. A half-brother to multiple Group One placegetter Fast ‘n’ Rocking, Good ‘n’ Fast charged… Read More »

  • Malahide underlines potential for Michael Costa

    Gold Coast trainer Michael Costa has had a good season but his hunt for a headline horse could be over with two-year-old filly Malahide. Malahide ($5.50) finished strongly to beat Pennino ($6.50) by 1-3/4 lengths Cyrstal Slipper (1200m) at Doomben on Saturday. Gold Coast-based Costa has trained 38 winners this… Read More »

  • 23/6/2018 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets – Flemington

    A nine race card has been set down for Flemington this Saturday, highlighted by heats towards the big Finals Day next month. The weather forecast is for showers, the track is soft (5) and the rail is out nine metres for the entire circuit.

  • Prompt Response primed for Tatt’s Tiara

    Co-trainer Adrian Bott knows it will be no easy task but he is confident last year’s runner-up Prompt Response is primed for another big showing in the Group One Tattersall’s Tiara at Doomben. Prompt Response won the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben last year before finishing second to… Read More »

  • Husson Eagle ready to soar at Flemington

    Trainer Patrick Payne is confident Husson Eagle has everything in his favour to suggest the million dollar earner is ready to fire in his return from a let-up at Flemington. Husson Eagle was nominated for a heat of the All Victorian Sprint Series at Moonee Valley last Saturday but Payne… Read More »

  • Ascot Gold Cup winner could target Melbourne Cup

    Trainer John Gosden has won his first Ascot Gold Cup and jockey Frankie Dettori his sixth with Stradivarius prevailing over Vazirabad. Stradivarius was the equal favourite with the Lloyd Williams-owned Order Of St George who ran fourth. Gosden said the 2018 Melbourne Cup was a race connections would consider. “It… Read More »

  • Single Gaze in work with Chris Waller

    Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller admits to being as surprised as anyone to learn Single Gaze would be joining his stable. Connections of the 2016 Group One Vinery Stud Stakes winner decided to sell the mare earlier this year with the expectation this year’s autumn carnival was her swan song before she… Read More »

  • Chris Waller sets new training landmark

    An unfashionable gelding with no stakes grade experience has given Chris Waller one of the most satisfying wins of his training career. Mutarakem racked up a record 170th Sydney metropolitan win for the state’s premier trainer and, fittingly, Hugh Bowman was in the saddle to share the achievement. In just… Read More »

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