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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • The gloves are off between Victoria and NSW

    The gloves have come off in the battle between NSW and Victoria over the latest spring racing initiatives which include the expansion of the Everest carnival in Sydney. Amanda Elliott, chairman of the Victoria Racing Club which hosts the Melbourne Cup carnival, has labelled Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys… Read More »

     
  • VRC Chairman takes a swipe at Peter V’landys

    Victoria Racing Club chairman Amanda Elliott made a swipe at Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys during a press conference in which she announced that the Melbourne Cup would now carry a prize pool of $8 million. During her press conference the VRC Chairman Amanda Elliott took a swipe at… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup tour destinations announced

    Three-time winners Kerrin McEvoy and Damien Oliver will both be part of this year’s Melbourne Cup Tour, with the champion jockeys set to accompany the famous Cup to their respective home towns. Sydney-based McEvoy, who won his third Cup last year on Godolphin-owned English horse Cross Counter, will travel to… Read More »

     
  • Corey Brown to be out for awhile

    Jockey Corey Brown is set to have an extended stint on the sidelines following his fall at Eagle Farm on Saturday which required surgery over the weekend. The Melbourne Cup winning jockey was taken to a Brisbane hospital after his mount, Lord Arthur, broke a back leg and fell in… Read More »

     
  • Melbourne Cup prize money increased

    Prize money for the Melbourne Cup will rise to $8 million with connections of the winner to collect $4.4 million. Victoria Racing Club chairman Amanda Elliott will officially announce the increase on Tuesday and also the 39 destinations for this year’s Melbourne Cup tour. English-trained horses filled the first three… Read More »

     
  • Winx used to embarrass Australian racing industry

    In one of the most disrespectful, extraordinarily inaccurate headlines ever sent to print, The Guardian Newspaper in England has slammed our export-racing business. Have a look at this and you be the judge. Winx’s brother among Australian racehorses killed for meat in South Korea. That was the headline. I kid… Read More »

     
  • Desleigh Forster to attack Eye Liner Stakes

    Trainer Desleigh Forster is planning a twin assault on the Listed Eye Liner Stakes to end a frustrating run for her two runners. Forster will have Chapter And Verse and Malvern Estate in the $175,000 Eye Liner Stakes (1350m) on Saturday. Malvern Estate has run eight minor placings and two… Read More »

     
  • Jockey Corey Brown undergoes surgery

    High profile jockey Corey Brown has had successful surgery to correct an unstable fracture in his back following a fall at Eagle Farm. Brown was taken to a Brisbane hospital after his mount, Lord Arthur, broke a back leg and fell in the Queensland Derby on Saturday. Lord Arthur was… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin has best winter carnival

    Trekking’s win in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap has highlighted a season to remember for the Goldolphin Australia operation. Godolphin’s head Australian trainer James Cummings decided to target the winter with a strong team after Exhilarates won the Magic Millions 2YO Classic in January. He sent foreman Nacim Dilmi to… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Ben Currie to fight all charges

    Lawyers for trainer Ben Currie say he is committed to fighting his ever-growing list of convictions through the legal process. Currie has been disqualified for a total of four-and-a-half years after being hit with a further two years on the sidelines on Friday. Stewards imposed the two-year disqualification after he… Read More »

     
  • Sixties Groove takes out Brisbane Cup

    A plan hatched months ago by trainer Kris Less paid off when Sixties Groove won the Group Two Brisbane Cup (2400m) at Eagle Farm. Following placings in the Doomben Cup and PJ O’Shea Stakes in his lead-up, Sixties Groove ($3.80) withstood a determined challenge from Grey Lion ($11) to win… Read More »

     
  • Trekking wins the Group One Stradbroke Handicap

    Legendary trainer Bart Cummings would have been proud of his grandson James Cummings’s planning for Trekking to win the $1.5 million Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm. The late Bart Cummings was noted for the way he mapped out the campaigns of his Group One horses and James Cummings… Read More »

     
  • Mr Quickie outstays rivals in Queensland Derby

    Mr Quickie survived a protest to give trainer Phillip Stokes his first Brisbane winner in an action-packed Group One Queensland Derby. Celebrations were cut short when jockey Damien Oliver who rode runner-up Vow And Declare lodged a protest against Mr Quickie for interference over the final 300 metres of the… Read More »

     
  • Epsom Handicap looms for Queensland Guineas winner Kolding

    The Epsom Handicap will be the spring carnival goal for Queensland Guineas winner Kolding. Trainer Chris Waller wasted no time naming the Epsom Handicap as Kolding’s spring carnival target after he extended his winning sequence to four straight wins in the Guineas. Kolding, the $2.80 favourite, provided jockey James McDonald… Read More »

     
  • Prince Fawaz wins the JJ Atkins Plate

    Jockey Kerrin McEvoy has won some of the world’s biggest races but rarely has he received such an ovation as did after he won his third Group One JJ Atkins Plate on Prince Fawaz. There was mayhem in the winners enclosure as the syndicate that races Prince Fawaz celebrated wildly… Read More »

     
  • Victorem shows class in Eagle Farm win

    Port Macquarie trainer Jenny Graham was looking forward and not worried about what might have been after her gelding Victorem won the Listed Hinkler Handicap (1200m) at Eagle Farm. Graham had been desperate to get a start with Victorem in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap on Saturday but he failed… Read More »

     
  • Vinland causes upset in The Wayne Wilson

    Vinland earned an extended winter carnival campaign after winning The Wayne Wilson at Eagle Farm. Vinland ($21) was ridden by South-African born jockey Barend Vorster who was having his first ride in Queensland. The gelding won by a long head from Duca Valentinois ($8) with Order Again ($5.50) a short… Read More »

     
  • Signore Fox claims Listed Daybreak Lover Stakes

    Sydney colt Signore Fox finally got everything to order which allowed him to show his best form at Eagle Farm. Signore Fox ($6) finished too strongly to beat Malahide ($11) by 1 1/2 lengths with a short neck to Ready To Prophet ($6) third in the Listed Daybreak Lover (1200m)…. Read More »

     
  • Big Bets – (inc Stradbroke Handicap) 8/6/2019

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on the weekends horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Randwick, Eagle Farm and Flemington. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below. Stradbroke… Read More »

     
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