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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Team Hawkes 2YO scores breathtaking debut win

    Hilal has underlined the depth in Hawkes Racing’s two-year-old ranks with a breathtaking performance to win his first start at Randwick’s Kensington track. The stable has already produced exciting youngster Remarque but he may have some competition for top billing among the Team Hawkes colts. Ridden by Tommy Berry, Hilal… Read More »

  • Capacity Field for the $2m Inglis Millennium

    Victorian colt Profiteer has tightened his grip on the $2 million Inglis Millennium at Randwick after drawing ideally in barrier six. An even money favourite prior to Tuesday’s draw, the Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior-trained youngster firmed into $1.85 after his main rival Sneaky Five came up with gate… Read More »

  • Dame Giselle set to launch in $1m Inglis Sprint

    Sydney’s dominant short-course filly in the spring, Dame Giselle is set to launch her latest preparation in the $1 million Inglis Sprint at Randwick. Co-trainer Peter Snowden says Saturday’s race is at the top of their agenda but a start will depend on where she draws. “If she draws a… Read More »

  • The Harrovian on target for Futurity Stakes

    Cult hero The Harrovian has sailed through a crucial trackwork test ahead of his return to racing in the Group One Futurity Stakes. The Harrovian galloped on the course proper at the Gold Coast last Wednesday in the Melbourne direction, pleasing co-trainer Toby Edmonds. “He worked very well with Grey… Read More »

  • Savatiano an easy winner of the Expressway Stakes

    The race morning scratching of Ole Kirk took some gloss off the Expressway Stakes but Savatiano made the most of his absence to dominate the Rosehill feature. Sent out a $2.10 favourite, Savatiano controlled the race from the outset and while Kolding briefly raised the hopes of his supporters when… Read More »

  • Melody Belle equals Sunline’s G1 record

    Melody Belle has taken out the Thorndon Mile at Trentham and in doing so has equalled Sunline’s record of 13 Group One wins. Proud trainer Jamie Richards paid tribute to his grand-performing mare and said it was a privilege to see her join Sunline as New Zealand’s most prolific big… Read More »

  • Portland Sky leaves stars in his wake

    Mornington sprinter Portland Sky took centre stage when he relegated star colts Aysar and Tagaloa to the placing’s with his win in the Manfred Stakes. Portland Sky’s jockey Luke Currie took the lead from the outset and controlled the tempo before he kicked away early in the straight to win… Read More »

  • Zethus takes out thrilling Canonbury Stakes

    Rachel King admits she was second guessing herself when Zethus dived at favourite Home Affairs in a thrilling finish to the Canonbury Stakes at Rosehill. Less than 24 hours earlier, King had endured a series of near-misses when six of her seven rides at the Canterbury night meeting finished second,… Read More »

  • Mallory puts herself in Golden Slipper picture

    Gerald Ryan will defer to the training philosophies of the great Bart Cummings as he plots an autumn two-year-path for Widden Stakes winner Mallory. The Arrowfield Stud filly put herself in the frame for Golden Slipper discussions with a determined win in Saturday’s Group Three race, chasing down leader Total… Read More »

  • Boom filly ready to fly in racing return

    The usually unflappable Ciaron Maher confesses he is excited about the return of boom filly Enthaar as she begins her countdown to the major two-year-old races. Even before her debut, Enthaar had created such hype she was sent out a $1.60 favourite in the Gimcrack Stakes at Randwick and she… Read More »

  • Tagaloa back to his happy hunting ground

    From whatever angle Trent Busuttin assesses Tagaloa, he believes the horse is back to his best but admits he won’t know for certain until he races. Tagaloa, who Busuttin trains in partnership with Natalie Young, resumes in the Group Three Manfred Stakes (1200m) for three-year-olds at Caulfield on Saturday. “Natalie… Read More »

  • Kyle Wilson-Taylor emerging as a future star jockey

    Kyle Wilson-Taylor doesn’t do things in half-measures. The young apprentice rode six winners over the weekend. Earlier in the season he rode four winners each over successive Saturdays at Toowoomba. On one of those Saturdays, he also rode a winner at the Gold Coast making it five winners in one… Read More »

  • Sydney remains on the agenda for star NZ mare

    Jamie Richards says a Sydney autumn campaign is still on the table for Epsom Handicap winner Probabeel, although the $5 million All-Star Mile is her immediate target. There was speculation the mare would campaign exclusively in Melbourne but Richards said that was not necessarily the case. “We haven’t ruled out… Read More »

  • Small but quality field for the Expressway Stakes

    A quality field of eight will contest the Expressway Stakes (1200m) at Rosehill following the early scratching of Southern Lad, who will instead tackle a support race. The Group Two sprint will feature the return of Caulfield Guineas and Golden Rose winner Ole Kirk, who has drawn the inside, and… Read More »

  • All Banter gives older horses a galloping lesson

    The Richard and Chantelle Jolly trained All Banter landed her third successive win under an inch perfect ride by Craig Williams when adding the Listed W J Adams Stakes at Caulfield to her list of victories. All Banter set her rivals to task to try and run her down in… Read More »

  • Blazejowski sets Caulfield alight on Australia Day

    The Greg Eurell trained Blazejowski, unwanted in the betting at $17 (Sportsbet), bounced back to his best form to take out the Listed John Dillon Stakes at Caulfield. “He has been very frustrating this whole prep,” admitted Eurell. “He has been hard work. “He has been terrific at home where… Read More »

  • Grahame Begg’s filly gets the Dosh at Caulfield

    Trainer Grahame Begg, who won the Blue Diamond with Written By in 2018, looks to have another real live candidate for this year’s edition of the Blue Diamond after Dosh took out the Neds Blue Diamond Preview for fillies at Caulfield. A chestnut daughter of Rich Enuff, Dosh ($5.50) was… Read More »

  • Blue Diamond Stakes an expensive decision for General Beau

    General Beau turned in a strong performance in the Neds Blue Diamond Preview for colts and geldings at Caulfield keeping the determined challenges of Extreme Warrior and Gulf Of Suez back in the minor placings. The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra trained son of Brazen Beau was first-up here but… Read More »

  • Watch 📺 Breathtaking debut by potential star ⭐️

    Some people knew he had enormous talent but when he drew gate 15 for his first ever assignment, a few dropped off. They shouldn’t have because this bloke TUVALU (Kermadec-Hangin’ Tough) racing for the first time in a maiden at Warrnambool this afternoon, won like a Gr 1 horse. And… Read More »

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