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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Eduardo a spring chicken despite his age

    Joe Pride has a theory around the longevity of thoroughbreds and by his calculations, Eduardo is a spring chicken despite rising seven. Group One placed in the 2019 Oakleigh Plate, Eduardo recently joined Pride’s team and will make his debut for the stable in the July Sprint (1100m) at Rosehill… Read More »

  • Queensland’s leading jockey injured in trackwork fall

    Queensland’s leading jockey has suffered a season-ending injury after a fall during trackwork. Baylee Nothdurft, who tops the state title on 108-1/2 winners and metropolitan premiership on 77-1/2 victories, fractured his jaw after he was thrown from a horse on Wednesday. Nothdurft, who is assured of becoming the first apprentice… Read More »

  • Jockey Adam Hyeronimus guilty of 30 betting charges

    Group One-winning jockey Adam Hyeronimus faces a potentially lengthy ban from racing after being found guilty of 30 of 31 betting charges levelled against him by Racing NSW stewards. Stewards found Hyeronimus guilty of having an interest in a bet of $500 on Lucky Meteor, a horse he rode at… Read More »

  • Star NZ mares progressing well in Sydney

    The decision by Te Akau principal David Ellis to leave star mares Melody Belle and Probabeel in Sydney following their autumn campaigns is already paying a dividend. They have been in the hands of travelling foreman Ashley Handley, who is providing positive feedback to trainer Jamie Richards as to how… Read More »

  • Behemoth set to target Melbourne G1 races

    David Jolly is convinced rising five-year-old Behemoth has a big race win in him as the South Australian-based trainer prepares the sprinter-miler towards a new-season return and Group One assignments during spring. Behemoth was a luckless second in last year’s Group One Goodwood (1200m) in Adelaide and finished fourth in… Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup the spring aim for Nonconformist

    Trainer Grahame Begg is planning to kick-off Caulfield Cup hopeful Nonconformist’s preparation on the Memsie Stakes program, but it is unlikely to be in the main event. Begg has high hopes for the lightly raced rising four-year-old this spring and has pinpointed the $5 million Caulfield Cup (2400m) in October… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan breaks Queensland record in style

    Trainer Tony Gollan set a state record for winners in the best possible way when Solar Star won the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich. Gollan already had gained the record for most metropolitan victories when he became the first to train 100 Brisbane winners last month. He went into… Read More »

  • Kathy O’Hara over the moon with Spaceboy

    Kathy O’Hara was all smiles after guiding Spaceboy to his third successive win saying the three-year-old toughed it out after finding himself in front a long way from home. Trainer Gary Portelli feared the late-charging Prairie Fire had nabbed his horse on the line and was relieved when Spaceboy clung… Read More »

  • Right You Are scores a narrow win at Flemington

    Progressive three-year-old Right You Are has arrived in time under the urgings of Damien Oliver to score a narrow win under a big weight at Flemington. Trained by Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr, Right You Are had 62kg in Saturday’s TAB/ATA Trainers’ Trust Handicap (1600m) against his own age… Read More »

  • Bandipur finally gets luck in the Eye Liner Stakes

    Luck finally went the way of Bandipur when he gave trainer Kelly Purdy and jockey Jag Guthmann-Chester their biggest wins in the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich. Guthmann-Chester got a needle eye run on the rails in the straight to drive Bandipur ($11) to a half-length win over Boomsara… Read More »

  • Kris Lees celebrates milestone win at Randwick

    A typically laconic Kris Lees is more interested in training his next batch of winners than reflecting on the significance of landing his 2000th career-victory at Randwick. The Newcastle horseman brought up the milestone at Saturday’s Kensington meeting when Killin became the third horse in as many races to lead… Read More »

  • Teo Nugent steers El Questro to win at Flemington

    Apprentice Teo Nugent has taken out the Rising Stars Final at Flemington aboard six-year-old mare El Questro, who has provided trainer Allison Sheehan with the thrill of her first Flemington winner. Despite winning Saturday’s race which was restricted to apprentice riders only, Nugent finished second in the Rising Stars Series… Read More »

  • Alcyone races into the G1 Victoria Derby

    Well-bred colt Alcyone has broken his maiden and secured a ballot exemption into this year’s Victoria Derby with victory in the Byerley Handicap at Flemington. By stallion Teofilo out of 2009 Queensland Oaks winner Purple, Alcyone was sent out the $1.95 favourite in Saturday’s 1800m race which provided a staying… Read More »

  • Craig Williams starts Flemington meeting with a Blast

    Trainer Robert Hickmott holds spring ambitions for Bumper Blast after the lightly raced galloper returned with an impressive win at Flemington. Leading jockey Craig Williams produced a stunning ride on Bumper Blast, taking the gelding from barrier one, gradually crossing heels to the extreme outside to win The Belzoni over… Read More »

  • Giovanna runs into Flight Stakes contention

    Chris Waller has no intention to spell Giovanna Run after the filly’s all-the-way maiden win, instead naming the Group One Flight Stakes as a potential target. A daughter of Waller’s 2015 Caulfield Guineas winner Press Statement, Giovanna Run has the trainer convinced her victory on Randwick’s Kensington track on Saturday… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 18/7/2020

    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 Flemington, Randwick and Ipswich. BIG BONUSESΒ  πŸ’°:Β Get the BIGGEST FREE Racing BONUSES here!

  • Legendary Queensland sprinter Chief De Beers dies

    One of Queensland’s most popular racehorses Chief De Beers has died aged 28. Chief De Beers had been in retirement at the Living Legends complex in Victoria after an outstanding career as a racehorse and police horse. Living Legends turned to social media on Friday to announce Chief De Beers’… Read More »

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