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featured 2019 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • The Everest winner Yes Yes Yes set for return

    Star stablemates Yes Yes Yes and Nature Strip will oppose each other in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm before most likely going on separate paths. Trainer Chris Waller has overseas ambitions for both with Nature Strip slated to contest the Group One Lightning Stakes in Melbourne first-up with the… Read More »

     
  • Blue Diamond Stakes favourite nearing return

    Reigning Blue Diamond favourite Hanseatic will put his credentials on show when he makes his return in the Preview at Caulfield. Hanseatic will try to give his trainer Anthony Freedman and owner Sheikh Mohammed a second-straight Blue Diamond next month after Lyre’s success a year ago. The colt won the… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner in great shape ahead of return

    Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare could chase feature races in three states during the autumn and winter starting with the Australian Cup. The Danny O’Brien-trained stayer rose to stardom in the spring winning the $8 million Melbourne Cup in a memorable finish after running second in the Caulfield Cup…. Read More »

     
  • Lord Von Costa delivers emotional win

    Lord Von Costa, a horse who has come back from two tendon injuries, has delivered an emotional win for her connections at Flemington. Trained by Donna Scott at Albury, the family-owned and bred Lord Von Costa’s victory in Saturday’s Thankyou Firefighters (1200m) at Flemington was the seven-year-old gelding’s first win… Read More »

     
  • Bold Star narrowly wins the Kensington Stakes

    Progressive South Australian sprinter Bold Star has made a habit of winning in Melbourne this campaign and the gelding has done so again to land his first stakes win at Flemington. Bold Star’s narrow victory in Saturday’s Listed Kensington Stakes (1000m) was the four-year-old gelding’s third win in Melbourne from… Read More »

     
  • CF Orr Stakes on the radar for Alabama Express

    Promising three-year-old Alabama Express is on target to chase a Group One win against older horses after performing to his trainer’s expectations in his first appearance of 2020 at Flemington. Alabama Express sprinted to a two-length victory in Saturday’s Donate to Salvation Army Disaster Appeal (1100m) against his own age,… Read More »

     
  • Personal stamps herself on the Blue Diamond

    Champion trainer David Hayes has given two-year-old Personal a glowing endorsement after the filly finished strongly to win at Flemington in her second start. Personal, who finished second to the Snowden Racing-trained filly Fresh on debut at Geelong, was in behind runners at the 300m in Saturday’s Flemington Event Staff… Read More »

     
  • Lashes dashes to win in the wet at Rosehill

    On a day when some horses have had to contend with foreign track conditions, Lashes has demonstrated her versatility in the wet at Rosehill. Saturday’s surface was rated a heavy 8 for the first time since August and while some runners struggled, Lashes lived up to her favouritism in the… Read More »

     
  • Rob Heathcote left bemused after win

    Trainer Rob Heathcote is rarely stuck for words but he was left bemused after Emerald Kingdom won the Canadian Club Plate (1000m) at Eagle Farm. Emerald Kingdom had won his previous start at Doomben after going into a meltdown in the pre-race parade ring. Heathcote was confident Emerald Kingdom would… Read More »

     
  • Cellsabeel races into Golden Slipper favouritism

    Bookmakers have reacted swiftly to Cellsabeel’s Rosehill win to promote the filly to $8 favouritism for the Golden Slipper. With the Australian Turf Club recognising the odds-makers on Saturday, they had a bad start when the Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained Cellsabeel made light work of the Iron Jack Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday 18/1/2020

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Saturday’s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Flemington, Rosehill, Murray Bridge and Eagle Farm. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

     
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  • Kensington Stakes return for talented My Pendant

    Danny O’Brien admits the Kensington Stakes distance is a query for My Pendant but the trainer will not be surprised to see her finish over the top of her rivals. My Pendant has never raced below 1200m but O’Brien has opted to kick off her campaign in Saturday’s Listed Kensington… Read More »

     
  • Mystic Journey recovering well from setback

    Mystic Journey is recovering from a setback with next month’s Group One Futurity Stakes now a possibility for the mare’s return ahead of the All-Star Mile. Trainer Adam Trinder told Victorian stewards on Wednesday the defending All-Star Mile champion had a soft tissue infection in her left front limb and… Read More »

     
  • RV chairman hits out at MRC’s involvement with The Everest

    The chairman of Racing Victoria has hit out at the Melbourne Racing Club’s involvement in the $14 million Everest in Sydney. The MRC, one of three metropolitan racing clubs in Melbourne, struck a deal with the Australian Turf Club for its slot in the 2019 Everest at Randwick on October… Read More »

     
  • All Star Mile votes to raise funds for fire relief

    Australasian racing fans have an added incentive to vote for a horse in the All-Star Mile after Racing Victoria pledged to donate $1 for every vote cast to the Victorian bushfire appeal. The $5 million All-Star Mile is run at Caulfield on March 14, with 10 of the 15-horse field… Read More »

     
  • Country trainer has star horse taken off him

    Country trainer Todd Blowes has been outspoken in his disappointment after his star galloper Noble Boy was taken off him this week. Todd Blowes who trained and is also the largest share holder in Noble Boy has seen the horse removed from his stable to join Sydney trainer Clare Cunningham…. Read More »

     
  • Dalasan’s Autumn campaign remains undecided

    Autumn options remain open for star Adelaide colt Dalasan with races in Melbourne and Sydney on the table. The three-year-old ramped up preparations with a gallop at Morphettville on Tuesday accompanied by the Chris Bieg-trained Blue Diamond Stakes placegetter Free Of Debt who is making a comeback from injury. Dalasan’s… Read More »

     
  • Catalyst on track to pillage Australian riches

    Star New Zealand three-year-old Catalyst has impressed in a barrier trial in his homeland which has also featured Cox Plate placegetter Te Akau Shark. This season’s Group One New Zealand 2000 Guineas winner, Catalyst strode to the line in Tuesday’s trial at Matamata to win the heat by two lengths… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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