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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Mirage Dancer upstages Sydney’s top stayers

    Trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young have pulled off an interstate coup, plundering one of Sydney’s most prestigious staying races with Mirage Dancer. The training partners decided to send last year’s Caulfield Cup placegetter north, thinking Saturday’s Metropolitan Handicap (2400m) would be a softer target than the Turnbull Stakes (2000m)… Read More »

  • Chris Waller wins his fifth G1 Turnbull Stakes

    The Turnbull Stakes again proved to be a triumph for master trainer Chris Waller who produced the trifecta with Verry Elleegant defeating Toffee Tongue and Finche. Waller continued his domination of the Group One race as this was the fifth time in six years he had claimed it and his… Read More »

  • Persan races into the Melbourne Cup field

    Persan, who began his campaign with a third in a Wangaratta maiden in April, has claimed a spot in the 2020 Melbourne Cup after winning The Bart Cummings. His co-trainer David Eustace said three months ago he wouldn’t have believed Persan could be in Australia’s most famous race. But three… Read More »

  • Libertini stakes claims for the $15m Everest

    Everest markets have been turned on their head after Nature Strip was beaten out of a place in his final lead up run as Libertini seemingly raced her way into the $15 million sprint. Trained by Anthony Cummings, Libertini was having her first start since an autumn cut short by… Read More »

  • Zoutori lowers the colours of star sprinters

    Although Zoutori conquered two star sprinters who are heading to The Everest in his Gilgai Stakes win, co-trainer Mat Ellerton suggested even if a slot became available they would bypass it. Zoutori relegated luckless All Aged Stakes winner Tofane to fifth and last year’s Everest second placegetter Santa Ana Lane… Read More »

  • Enthaar lives up to the hype at Randwick

    Ciaron Maher is trying to keep a lid on expectations for juvenile Enthaar after she backed up her breathtaking barrier trial form with an equally superb debut win. The Emirates Park homebred justified her $1.60 favouritism, coasting to a three-length victory in Saturday’s Gimcrack Stakes (1000m) at Randwick. Maher has… Read More »

  • Eduardo secures a slot in The Everest

    Joe Pride will saddle up his first runner in the $15m Everest with 7-year-old Eduardo securing the slot held by MiRunners. The miRunners slot recently became vacant after Rothfire injured himself during the Golden Rose last Saturday. Jockey Rachel King will take the ride on Eduardo who finished a courageous… Read More »

  • Godolphin to have two in The Everest field

    The Everest puzzle continues to take shape with confirmation Godolphin sprinter Trekking has secured his place in the elite field. The dual Group One winner will represent the slot held by prominent owners and racing identities Max Whitby and Neil Werrett. The announcement comes a day after the Anthony and… Read More »

  • Trekking secures a slot in The Everest

    Trekking will give Godolphin a second runner in next month’s $15 million The Everest after being awarded the “slot” in the race owned by Max Whitby, Neil Werrett, Steve McCann and Colin Madden. Trekking joins stablemate Bivouac who will run in the Godolphin slot in the world’s richest turf race,… Read More »

  • Santa Ana Lane locked in for The Everest

    The Anthony and Sam Freedman-trained Santa Ana Lane is headed to The TAB Everest at Royal Randwick on October 17 with Coolmore selecting the eight-year-old gelding for their slot in the world’s richest race on turf. Santa Ana Lane was victorious at Group 1 level for the fifth time in… Read More »

  • First acceptances hit 10-year high for the Melbourne Cup

    A total of 94 horses remain in contention for a start in the 2020 Melbourne Cup, the highest number of first acceptances in ten years. Racing Victoria announced that despite the COVID-19 pandemic, Australia’s most famous race had 82 locally-trained horses and 12 international horses paid up as Melbourne Cup… Read More »

  • Nature Strip free to take on Classique Legend in Premiere Stakes

    Nature Strip has come through his latest barrier trial without incident and will now take on Classique Legend in the Premiere Stakes at Randwick. The multiple Group One winner’s last visit to the trials ended in high drama when he dislodged James McDonald as the gates opened and competed riderless…. Read More »

  • Godolphin confirm their horse in The Everest

    Godolphin has locked in Newmarket Handicap winner Bivouac to represent its slot in the $15 million Everest and they remain optimistic Trekking will also gain a start. Vin Cox, Australian managing director for Godolphin, said Bivouac made strong appeal as a dual Group One winner. “Bivouac is a proven Group… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood only ‘fair’ in jump-out

    Trainer David Vandyke was happy enough with Alligator Blood’s work in a barrier trial in-between races at the Sunshine Coast yesterday … but he was reasonably guarded in his comments on his star performer. “It was a fair effort today” said Vandyke. “I wouldn’t say he blew them away. The… Read More »

  • Rothfire’s racing career in doubt

    Star Queensland gelding Rothfire may not race again after suffering a serious injury in the Golden Rose on Saturday. Rothfire who was sent out as the heavily backed odds on favourite in the Golden Rose weakened in the concluding stages of the race to run fourth but a post race… Read More »

  • Rothfire ruled out of The Everest field

    Queensland three-year-old Rothfire will be sidelined indefinitely after fracturing a sesamoid bone during the running of the Golden Rose. The gelding started a popular odds-on favourite in Saturday’s Group One race but tired quickly over the final stages to finish fourth to Ole Kirk. Jockey Jim Byrne dismounted on pulling… Read More »

  • Russian Camelot lives up to the hype

    Danny O’Brien branded rising star Russian Camelot as the best horse he had trained after his commanding win in the Group One Underwood Stakes. “He’s the best horse I’ve had anything to do with. He’s a magnificent colt,” O’Brien said after the 1800m event. O’Brien pointed out that Russian Camelot… Read More »

  • Team Hawkes colts fight out Golden Rose finish

    Two superbly bred Hawkes Racing colts have fought out the finish of the Group One Golden Rose as Rothfire’s Everest campaign came under a cloud. The Queensland flyer, who started an odds-on favourite, punctured late to finish fourth and was later found to be lame. But it was all smiles… Read More »

  • Exciting SA filly makes it four from four

    Adelaide filly Instant Celebrity has made it four wins from four starts with an outstanding display to win the Thousand Guineas Prelude at her first race away from home. The prolific-winning three-year-olds were to the fore at Caulfield as Crosshaven took his record to four wins from five starts in… Read More »

  • Windstorm flies home to win at Caulfield

    Perth trainer Grant Williams said he was pleased to see Windstorm fly home and win the 1400m Open Handicap as he has a good opinion of him. “It was good to see him do that. I was a little disappointed he didn’t win last start but he did go from… Read More »

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