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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – (inc Perth Cup) 4/1/2020

    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 Caulfield, Randwick and Gold Coast. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

  • Star jockeys to donate to bushfire relief

    Two of Australia’s leading jockeys are among a number of sporting stars who have pledged to support those affected by the bushfires with donations to a fundraising appeal. Multiple Group One-winning Sydney jockey Tommy Berry on Friday announced he would donate $250 for every winner he rides during January. “It… Read More »

  • El Don wins the Listed Bagot Handicap

    El Don has edged out High Bridge to give trainer Peter Gelagotis a second Bagot Handicap at Flemington while winning jockey Beau Mertens has joined his father on the honour roll. Gelagotis won the Listed Bagot (2800m) in 2013 with Module and said he had a similar feeling about the… Read More »

  • Halvorsen convincing in G3 Standish Handicap win

    Talented sprinter Halvorsen has delivered again at Flemington to claim his first stakes race success in the Group Three Standish Handicap. The four-year-old Robbie Griffiths-trained gelding’s 1-1/4-length victory in Wednesday’s 1200m feature was his third-straight success at Flemington, having won during the Melbourne Cup carnival over 1100m in November and… Read More »

  • G1 targets for in-form Yulong January

    Progressive gelding Yulong January has added to his winning sequence over summer with a determined victory at Flemington. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained four-year-old was the $1.70 favourite in Wednesday’s Welcome 2020 Handicap (1400m) and after taking a sit under jockey Jye McNeil he was up for the fight… Read More »

  • A Beautiful Night scores Flemington win

    A Beautiful Night is likely to progress to the Blue Diamond Preview for fillies after scoring a narrow win in her second start at Flemington. Trained by Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, A Beautiful Night finished second to the Anthony Freedman-trained Award Winner on debut at Bendigo last month before… Read More »

  • Robert Smerdon loses appeal over life ban

    Former trainer Robert Smerdon has lost his appeal against a life ban for his part in the “Aquanita Eight” scandal. The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal issued the decision late on Tuesday confirming the lifetime ban and $90,000 fine for Smerdon but reducing disqualifications for fellow trainers Tony Vasil and… Read More »

  • Nash Rawiller booked for Kavak in Magic Millions Classic

    In-form jockey Nash Rawiller will get a chance to avenge one of the most controversial incidents in Magic Millions history when he rides Kavak in the 2YO Classic. Kavak has a win and two seconds from three starts with Jim Byrne his regular jockey. With Byrne out indefinitely with a… Read More »

  • Bagot Handicap next target for Sandown Cup quinella

    After their one-two finish in the Listed Sandown Cup at the end of the Melbourne spring carnival, stablemates Azuro and Wall Of Fire are now set for their next staying assignment. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained pair will run in Wednesday’s Listed Bagot Handicap over 2800m, one of the… Read More »

  • Dusty Tycoon ready for interstate raiders

    Unbeaten Brisbane filly Dusty Tycoon has shown the interstate horses will not have it all their own way in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic with an impressive barrier trial win at Doomben. Dusty Tycoon was having her first serious hit-out since winning her second race from two starts at Doomben… Read More »

  • Halvorsen on target for Standish Handicap assault

    Progressive sprinter Halvorsen has given Robbie Griffiths milestone victories as the trainer recovers from surgery for a brain aneurysm. Griffiths underwent the operation in August with doctors only allowing the Cranbourne-based trainer to resume restricted duties from November before letting him increase his workload. At Griffiths’ first official day back… Read More »

  • Danny Nikolic’s riding application to get consideration

    The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission says careful consideration will be needed before determining an application by disqualified jockey Danny Nikolic for a riding licence in Queensland. QRIC Boss Ross Barnett confirmed Nikolic filed an application before Christmas. “As per usual procedure, careful consideration will be made before a decision is… Read More »

  • G1 winning stallion to return to racing

    Group One winner Kementari has been gelded and is to rejoin the Godolphin racing ranks after a failed career at stud. A son of Lonhro, the 2018 Randwick Guineas winner went to stud this year at a fee of $33,000. He was withdrawn from the Darley stallion roster after less… Read More »

  • Tahitian Dancer proves her trainer correct

    Mornington trainer Shane Nichols’ punt on getting a run in the Nudgee Quality (1200m) with Tahitian Dancer paid off when the mare flashed home to win the Listed race at Eagle Farm on Saturday. Tahitian Dancer ($11) got up on the fence to beat Multaja ($4.40) by a short neck… Read More »

  • Deep Image stamps himself on the Magic Millions Cup

    Robert Heathcote’s decision to give Deep Image one more run before the Magic Millions Cup next month ended up giving him a career highlight on Saturday. The $3.10 favourite got the run of the race just off the leaders before coming away to beat Miss Fabulass ($7.50) by three-quarters-of-a-length in… Read More »

  • Old tactics help guide Niccanova to Eagle Farm win

    Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea took a leaf out of some veteran trainers’ play books to guide Niccanova to a win in the Listed Bernborough Handicap (1600m) at Eagle Farm. Niccanova won the Listed Brisbane Handicap (1600m) earlier this month and Tregea was left with the problem of it being three… Read More »

  • Team Snowden take grip on Magic Millions Classic

    The powerful Peter and Paul Snowden training partnership took a firm grip on the Magic Millions 2YO Classic when another of their horses, King’s Legacy, qualified for the race at Eagle Farm in Saturday. King’s Legacy ($6) showed a lot of courage and speed to run down Every Rose ($2.70)… Read More »

  • Leviathan books ticket to Magic Millions Guineas

    The Snowden Racing contingent heading to the Gold Coast has been further strengthened with Leviathan booking his ticket to the Magic Millions Guineas by winning at Randwick. Peter and Paul Snowden elected not to run Leviathan in Friday’s Gosford Guineas (1200m) won by his stablemate Hightail and saved him for… Read More »

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