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  • Ihtsahymn wins the Darwin Cup

    Former star WA galloper Ihtsahymn has continued his impressive NT form with a win in Monday’s Darwin Cup. Ihtsahymn was sent out as the second favourite in the 2000m Darwin Cup and proved far to strong for his rivals to score a comprehensive win with the aid of a perfect… Read More »

     
  • Humidor pleasing ahead of Memsie Stakes return

    The horse who got closest to Winx in any of the champion’s four Cox Plate wins is pleasing his new trainer as he continues his comeback from an injury lay-off. Multiple Group One winner Humidor took another step towards a return in the Group One Memsie Stakes (1400m) on August… Read More »

     
  • Brooklyn Hustle on track for Quezette Stakes return

    Talented filly Brooklyn Hustle has signalled she is on target for her season return with an impressive barrier trial win at Cranbourne. The Jason Warren-trained filly is scheduled to kick off her campaign in Saturday week’s Group Three Quezette Stakes (1100m) at Caulfield after striding to a 3-1/2-length win in… Read More »

     
  • Tallyho Twinkletoe wins Grand National Hurdle

    Patrick Payne is fast becoming a master trainer of jumpers. But while he will go into the record books as the winning trainer of Tallyho Twinkletoe in Sunday’s Grand National Hurdle at Sandown, Payne prefers to deflect all the credit to New Zealand conditioner Kevin “Dummy” Myers. This season has… Read More »

     
  • Hartnell impresses ahead of PB Lawrence Stakes return

    Jockey Damian Lane has been glowing in his report on evergreen Godolphin galloper Hartnell following a recent jump-out at Flemington. Lane partnered Hartnell for trainer James Cummings in Friday’s 800m work-out in which his rivals included Malibu Style, Vega Magic and Volkstok’n’barrell. It was the nine-year-old’s second serious hit-out as… Read More »

     
  • Peidra to be set on a Caulfield Guineas path

    Lindsay Park has spring aspirations with Peidra after the gelding scored a decisive victory at Sandown to remain unbeaten after two starts. After winning at Sale last month, Peidra added Sunday’s Ladbrokes Odds Boost Handicap (1200m) to his record. Co-trainer Ben Hayes said the stable would now set the three-year-old… Read More »

     
  • Oohood to start Spring campaign in Aurie’s Star Handicap

    Tony McEvoy says nothing should be read into the fact that Oohood missed a recent Flemington jump-out. The four-year-old was entered in a heat on Friday morning against Vega Magic, Hartnell, Malibu Style and Volkstok’n’barrell but the trainer elected to bypass it. “I was under the impression the jump-out was… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate options for banned G1 winner

    Queensland Oaks winner Winning Ways has returned to trainer Garry Newham’s stable but her spring campaign will not be confirmed until she has completed a three-month ban for a minor bleeding attack. The now four-year-old mare will be entered for the Group One Caulfield Cup and Group One Cox Plate… Read More »

     
  • G1 targets in sight for Usain Bowler

    Usain Bowler has given trainer John Sadler an early 65th birthday present with a late-surge victory at The Valley. After taking over the training of Usain Bowler from the disqualified Robert Smerdon, Sadler felt Usain Bowler was capable of winning a good race up to 1600m. That was until an… Read More »

     
  • Linda Meech starts new season with a treble

    Linda Meech has celebrated her first Victorian jockeys’ premiership, riding a treble at the opening metropolitan meeting of the new season at The Valley. Despite a stint on the sidelines with a broken collarbone, Meech collected 139 wins last season on Victorian tracks to claim the title from John Allen… Read More »

     
  • Roheryn makes impressive return at Randwick

    Trainer James Cummings is non-committal about where Roheryn will go in the spring with the four-year-old re-establishing his place in the Godolphin stable as a gelding. The winner of his first two starts, Roheryn was controversially beaten last November as odds-on favourite. He was given a long break and gelded… Read More »

     
  • I Boogi gives Damian Lane success at The Valley

    I Boogi taught jockey Damian Lane a valuable lesson as the gelding embarked on his racing career at Werribee. Lane told then trainer Russell Cameron he thought the gelding was unbeatable at his debut in January 2016. However the gelding went up in the air as the gates opened before… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup winner Subzero goes home

    Melbourne Cup winner and arguably Australia’s most popular horse Subzero has returned home after fighting colic and kidney issues. Subzero has made considerable improvement in recent days at Bendigo Equine Hospital and is now well enough to return home to his owners and best mate Graham Salisbury’s property. Subzero won… Read More »

     
  • Taraayef impresses first-up at The Valley

    Jockey Luke Nolen won’t be budged from the saddle of Taraayef after the filly returned with an impressive first-up win at The Valley. At her first outing since May, Taraayef claimed Saturday’s Hygain Tracktorque Handicap (1000m) coming from the second half of the field. Backed from $4.20 into $3.60 favouritism,… Read More »

     
  • Our Mantra set to tackle Victorian spring

    In-form stayer Our Mantra has improved so much in recent weeks that he could now find himself in Victoria for the spring. Our Mantra ($3.20) made it four wins and a second from his past five starts when he raced away for a 2-1/4 length win over Miss Shanti ($4.20)… Read More »

     
  • Mandela’s talent gets him over the line

    Some of the season’s newly turned three-year-olds have shown they still have a bit to learn, putting on a messy display for the first race at Randwick. The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Mandela was sent out the $3.10 favourite and eventually got his win on Saturday after coming out slowly… Read More »

     
  • Bargain buy too good in Moonee Valley win

    Cheap yearling purchase Condo’s Express has upstaged some of his more expensive rivals with a stylish win at The Valley. A $3000 purchase at Scone in 2018, Condo’s Express took his prize money to more than $90,000 when taking out Saturday’s Seamus Mills Bloodstock Handicap. Ridden by Linda Meech, Condo’s… Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 3/8/2019

    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 Moonee Valley, Randwick and Doomben. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

     
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