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featured 2018 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Aloisia shows a return to form on Regumate

    Group One winner Aloisia is likely to remain in Sydney following her slashing second in the Group Two Villiers Stakes after again being treated with Regumate. The product altrenogest, marketed as Regumate, is the subject of debate after it was recently been found to produce swabs with traces of the… Read More »

  • Missrock aimed at Christmas stakes races

    Robbie Laing is eyeing a couple of stakes races over the Christmas holiday period as he tries to overturn Missrock’s losing streak. The mare has not been successful since winning the Norman Carlyon Stakes at Moonee Valley in August last year. Laing had entered Missrock for a race at Flemington… Read More »

  • Dubious set to have Magic Millions lead-up at Eagle Farm

    Breeders’ Plate winner Dubious is set to complete his Magic Millions build-up at the re-opening of the Eagle Farm track. Brisbane’s premier track has been out of action for most of the past four years but was last week given the go-ahead to race again after a set of barrier… Read More »

  • Victorem back to his best at Doomben

    A good barrier draw has made all the difference to top NSW country horse Victorem who won the Listed Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben. Victorem, who won the NSW Country Championship at Randwick in April, has since been dogged by bad barriers and wet tracks. Trainer Jenny Graham was delighted… Read More »

  • Long range Melbourne Cup plans for Sky Boy

    The Sky Boy story is still only half-written with his Villiers Stakes win a stepping stone to much bigger targets including the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Trained by Anthony and Edward Cummings, Sky Boy lived up to his $3.20 favouritism to win his fifth successive race in Sydney’s summer showpiece, the… Read More »

  • Zoustyle answers critics in Gold Edition Plate

    Brilliant Brisbane three-year-old Zoustyle put his critics in their place with a brilliant all-the-way win in the Listed Gold Edition Plate at Doomben. Premier trainer Tony Gollan said he couldn’t remember enjoying a race so much after Zoustyle ($2.40) beat stablemate Outback Barbie ($3.50) by three-quarters of a length. Caloundra… Read More »

  • Fell Swoop makes return to winners’ circle

    Almost three years after his last win, Fell Swoop has shown he still has a turn of foot to be reckoned with, leading most of the way to win the Listed Razor Sharp Handicap at Randwick. The Matt Dale-trained seven-year-old has earned $1.8 million in a career that has featured… Read More »

  • Darren Weir contemplates autumn with Declares War

    Darren Weir will turn his attention to stakes races with Declares War and Whispering Brook after the pair provided the trainer with a race-to-race double at Flemington. Declares War is a young horse on the move after again overcoming difficulty to record a winning hat-trick in Saturday’s VRC Schools Program… Read More »

  • Flying Houtzen breaks Doomben track record

    Top Queensland mare Houtzen showed she was back to her best when she broke the course record for 1050m in winning the Listed Bribie Handicap at Doomben. The 2017 Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner, Houtzen was ridden from behind when second in a Doomben barrier trial last week. However, there… Read More »

  • Accession races into Golden Slipper contention

    Sydney’s leading trainer Chris Waller has welcomed his first winner by Brazen Beau, the colt he developed to become a stallion with two Group One wins and a second at Royal Ascot. Accession, the winner of Saturday’s $500,000 Inglis Nursery (1000m) at Randwick, is the second two-year-old winner so far… Read More »

  • Stud newcomer figures in Doomben double

    Rockhampton filly Better Reflection continued the dream start to former top sprinter Better Than Ready’s stud career when she overcame difficulties to win the Listed Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben. Better Reflection ($6) assured herself of a start in the $2 million Magic Millions 2YO Classic next month when she… Read More »

  • Our Century set to target Sydney Cup

    Our Century has turned the tables on Exoteric and confirmed a Sydney Cup plan with his victory in the Listed Christmas Cup at Randwick aided by a genuine race tempo. Second to Exoteric in the ATC Cup two weeks ago, Our Century showed his appreciation for the step up from… Read More »

  • The Odyssey books place in Magic Millions Classic

    Trainer Kelly Schweida had a warning for his Magic Millions 2YO Classic rivals after his colt The Odyssey assured himself of place in the big race with an all-the-way win at Doomben. The Odyssey ($4.60) made it two wins from three starts when he beat the favourite Sun City ($1.90)… Read More »

  • Flemington first for dairy farmer

    Warrnambool dairy farmer Peter Chow has trained his first winner at Flemington with Moor Wanted prevailing in a tight finish. In conjunction with running a dairy farm, Chow trains a team of eight horses, six of which are racing while also educating a couple of babies. “I milk cows and… Read More »

  • Magnufighter stays on for Magic Millions Trophy bid

    Trainer Gary Duncan’s gamble to turn his handy sprinter Magnufighter into a stayer paid off when the gelding won the Singapore Turf Club Trophy at Doomben. As a younger horse, Magnufighter raced in some top races over shorter trips but Duncan has always believed that middle-distance racing would be his… Read More »

  • Yes Yes Yes makes Magic Millions Classic statement

    Yes Yes Yes has moved into contention for a start in the rich Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast with victory up the straight at Flemington. An easing $4.80 favourite in Saturday’s SecondBite Plate, Yes Yes Yes showed the benefit of a recent Moonee Valley second placing when… Read More »

  • Bookmakers Feel Good about long-priced winner

    Sunshine Coast training partnership of John Symons and Sheila Laxon again showed their ability with veteran horses when I Feel Good caused a massive upset at Doomben. Symons and Laxon had only two runners at Doomben and both of them were 10 years old. I Feel Good ($71) belied his… Read More »

  • Big Bets – 15/12/2018

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on the weekends horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Flemington, Randwick and Doomben. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

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