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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Group 1 winner Scales Of Justice dies

    Trainer Lindsey Smith has paid tribute to stable star Scales Of Justice who has died while completing routine exercise. The Smith-trained dual Group One winner Scales Of Justice died on Thursday as he was worked on a beach at Warrnambool in southwest Victoria. Scales Of Justice raced 30 times for… Read More »

     
  • Tagaloa, King’s Legacy favourites for the Caulfield Guineas

    Group One-winning colts King’s Legacy and Tagaloa have been installed favourites in an early market for the $2 million Caulfield Guineas in Melbourne this spring. The TAB posted its fixed odds markets on Tuesday for a handful of Victorian spring features including the Group One Caulfield Guineas (1600m) for three-year-olds… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Guineas the target for Tagaloa

    The Caulfield Guineas has been earmarked for Blue Diamond Stakes winner Tagaloa, with the Cox Plate on the radar later in the spring. Tagaloa won two of his six starts during his juvenile season, highlighted by his victory in the Group One Blue Diamond Stakes at Caulfield in February and… Read More »

     
  • Mystic Journey set for spring return

    Star mare Mystic Journey headlines the entries for a set of barrier trials on the Devonport synthetic track in Tasmania. The Adam Trinder-trained Mystic Journey is entered for an 800m trial on Tuesday morning which would be her first public appearance since her eye-catching fifth placing in the Group One… Read More »

     
  • Damian Lane back for more spring success

    Damian Lane will return to Australia for the start of the new racing season after ending his latest Japanese stint on a winning note. Lane rode a winner at Fukushima on Saturday before completing his three-month contract at the track on Sunday. He booted home 41 winners after arriving in… Read More »

     
  • Oceanex starts build-up to the Melbourne Cup

    Having locked away a start, Oceanex has commenced a long, slow build-up towards the Melbourne Cup. The Mick Price and Michael Kent Jr-trained mare won her way into the Melbourne Cup with victory in the Andrew Ramsden at Flemington in May. May’s race was the second staging of the Andrew… Read More »

     
  • Krone too good in the Glasshouse Handicap

    A decision to delay Krone’s retirement for 12 months paid dividends when she won the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine Coast. Starting at $5, Krone burst through at the 200m to beat Sydney visitor Special Missile ($5) for her first win since March last year. Krone was trained but… Read More »

     
  • Noble Boy and Clare Cunningham team up in Winter Stakes

    They are partners away from the track, but trainer Clare Cunningham and jockey Jason Collett are proving an equally formidable team on it. The pair combined to win Saturday’s Listed Winter Stakes (1400m) at Rosehill with Noble Boy, their second black-type victory together this year after capturing the Carrington Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Wapiti fights back to win G3 Winx Guineas

    Caloundra trainer Jack Duncan has never been afraid to start Wapiti against the best horses and it paid off in the Group Three Winx Guineas. The Sunshine Coast Guineas was renamed after champion mare Winx who started her run of 33 straight wins in the race in 2015. No one… Read More »

     
  • Jungle Edge lands the Sir John Monash Stakes

    Trainer Mick Bell says he is in awe of stable star Jungle Edge after the sprinter revelled in the heavy conditions to win the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. In holding off the Godolphin-owned Viridine, Jungle Edge landed a sizeable betting move to run the $2.60 favourite in registering… Read More »

     
  • Lord Bouzeron impresses in his Australian debut

    Lord Bouzeron has made a successful introduction to Australian racing with a dominant victory against his own age on rain-affected going at Caulfield. Having his first Australian start and first for Cranbourne-based trainer Francis Finnegan, after notching three wins from 13 appearances in New Zealand, three-year-old Lord Bouzeron led Saturday’s… Read More »

     
  • Mystery Shot continues on winning streak

    Jockey Michael Rodd and trainer Lindsey Smith are becoming a lethal combination after teaming for another success at Caulfield. Since his return in May following a five-year stint in Singapore, Rodd has combined with Smith on 16 occasions, registering seven wins. Three of those victories have been aboard Mystery Shot… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin eyes spring with in-form Varda

    Improving filly Varda has put herself in the mix for a spot on Godolphin’s spring carnival team and continued jockey Jason Collett’s sparkling vein of form. The three-year-old was rising to Saturday company after a facile victory against older horses first-up at Canterbury, showing great determination to land the Ranvet… Read More »

     
  • Kisukano a class above in Bruce McLachlan Classic

    Kisukano confirmed her rating as Queensland’s best two-year-old filly when she overcame drama to win the Bruce McLachlan Classic. Kisukano is now likely to head to Sydney and on her win she won’t be out of place. She was always going to face a test at her first start in… Read More »

     
  • Efflorescence scores narrow win at Caulfield

    Jockey Billy Egan has made it two wins on Efflorescence from as many rides on the improving two-year-old colt, with a narrow victory at Caulfield. The Anthony Freedman-trained Efflorescence was beaten in his first two starts at Geelong and Swan Hill but with the addition of blinkers and added race… Read More »

     
  • North Pacific stamps himself on the Golden Rose

    Michael Hawkes has unveiled ambitious plans for North Pacific, who boasts formlines through the Golden Slipper winner, after the colt outclassed his mid-winter rivals at Rosehill. The $800,000 yearling purchase finished third to Farnan at his only other start in the Silver Slipper Stakes, an impressive reference for the Darley… Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing Big Bets โ€“ Saturday’s Races 11/7/2020

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Wednesdayโ€™s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Caulfield, Rosehill the Sunshine Coast and Gawler. BIG BONUSESย  ๐Ÿ’ฐ:ย Get the BIGGEST FREE Racing BONUSES here!

     
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  • Racing to continue in Victoria despite lockdown

    Despite returning to stage three lockdowns in Melbourne, racing in Victoria will continue as it has done throughout the coronavirus pandemic. However racehorse owners will be banned from attending meetings at 11 racecourses located within Melbourne and the Mitchell Shire that have been placed in a six-week lockdown announced by… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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