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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Jamie Kah gives Sound perfect ride in Zipping Classic

    Star jockey Jamie Kah thanked Damien Oliver for prompting her to make the mid-race move which led to Sound winning the Zipping Classic. For the first 1000 metres of the race, Kah on Sound raced alongside Oliver who was on the favourite Avilius and both horses were well back and… Read More »

  • Carif gets two-mile consolation in Sandown Cup

    It wasn’t the 3200 metres race Peter Snowden wanted to win at the start of the spring but he was more than happy to settle for the consolation prize of the Sandown Cup with Carif. Carif’s goal at the start of the carnival was the Melbourne Cup but the five-year-old… Read More »

  • Allibor gives Symon Wilde another Sandown Guineas

    Warrnambool trainer Symon Wilde took out his second Sandown Guineas when maiden Allibor held off Sydney filly Sweet Reply to win narrowly. Wilde decided to tackle the Sandown Guineas with Allibor only after he finished fourth at Flemington last Saturday over 1400 metres. Wilde won the race in 2011 with… Read More »

  • Kemalpasa stakes G1 claims at Sandown

    Tough Adelaide sprinter Kemalpasa will be aimed at Group One races next year after he led throughout to win the Kevin Heffernan Stakes at Sandown. “He’s really flying. I hope one day he can crack it for a Group One win,” co-trainer Richard Jolly said after Saturday’s 1300 metre Group… Read More »

  • Godolphin land juvenile double at Sandown and Newcastle

    Godolphin has made a perfect start to the day with an interstate two-year-old double courtesy of superbly bred debutante Sliders in Newcastle and Anamoe in Melbourne. The pair are both by Street Boss, who stands at Godolphin’s Darley base in Victoria, and the stallion looks to have produced two smart… Read More »

  • Australians bet big on the Melbourne Cup

    Wagering on the Flemington carnival increased this year on the back of record turnover on the Melbourne Cup. Australians bet $221.6 million on the famous race, up more than 17 per cent on 2019 figures. A total of $667.3 million was invested over the four days of the Melbourne Cup… Read More »

  • Stud career looms for Cox Plate winner

    A stud career for Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet is nearing although trainer Ciaron Maher will look to add a couple more Group Ones to his CV first. The initial plan for Sir Dragonet was to take the star stayer to Hong Kong for their International carnival in December but… Read More »

  • Racing officials reviewing use of whip

    A study commissioned by the RSPCA has put the issue of whip use back in the spotlight after it found a horse’s skin had a similar pain response to human skin. The study was funded by the RSPCA and led by veterinary pathologist Dr Lydia Tong and the Sydney School… Read More »

  • WA border restrictions to hit racing carnival

    The strict border conditions in Western Australia will mean the Ascot racing carnival will be without some of the leading contenders in the feature races. Western Australia’s strict stance on border controls means there will be no more flights to WA from Eastern states ahead of their feature racing carnival… Read More »

  • Kerrin McEvoy has Melbourne Cup fine slashed

    Jockey Kerrin McEvoy has been successful in appealing the $50,000 fine he received for his ride on Tiger Moth in last weeks Melbourne Cup. Kerrin McEvoy was fined $50,000 from stewards for overuse of the whip on Melbourne Cup favourite Tiger Moth who ran second in the $8m event. The… Read More »

  • Arcadia Queen farewells Melbourne in style

    An emotional Grant Williams farewelled his successful Victorian spring campaign in style with his star mare Arcadia Queen taking out the Group One Mackinnon Stakes. “If you told me at the start of spring that she would be winning two Group One races, I’d take that,” the trainer said after… Read More »

  • Savatiano too Hot for rivals at Rosehill

    Bonny mare Savatiano has capped an outstanding day for Godolphin with her return to the winner’s circle in the Group Two Hot Danish Stakes. Her performance came an hour after Sheikh Mohammed’s royal blue silks were carried to victory by Bivouac, who annihilated a top-class field in the Group One… Read More »

  • Bivouac thrashes rivals to win VRC Sprint Classic

    Glen Boss’ arrogance over the closing stages summed up Bivouac’s domination of the VRC Sprint Classic, which proved to be a one-act affair. Boss plotted a course out wide on the James Cummings-trained sprinter and with 200 metres to go he hadn’t moved on him. The jockey took a sustained… Read More »

  • Sneaky Five books a spot in the Golden Slipper

    Trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace continue to be major players in the two-year-old features with Sneaky Five upstaging the Sydney locals to plunder the $1 million Golden Gift. The training partners are backing up a terrific 2019-20 season in which they claimed the Magic Millions Classic with Away Game… Read More »

  • True Self takes out Melbourne Cup consolation again

    For the second year in a row, Irish mare True Self narrowly missed out on a start in the Melbourne Cup and triumphed four days later in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes. In doing so, she again took out a $200,000 consolation bonus open to horses balloted out of the Cup… Read More »

  • Personal lands Dabernig and Hayes partnership first G1

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver added another Group One winner to his amazing resume but it was a first for the training team of Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes when they combined with Personal to win the VRC Oaks. For Oliver it was his sixth win in the fillies classic, his… Read More »

  • Dosh hangs tough to get the cash narrowly

    Two-year-old filly Dosh did her best to throw away the Ottawa Stakes with her waywardness in the closing stages but she still found enough to prevail and set herself up for her next campaign. Dosh ($5.50 equal fav) looked certain to win before she veered out late and only just… Read More »

  • Racing Victoria investigating Melbourne Cup horse death

    Racing Victoria officials will launch a thorough investigation into the death of Melbourne Cup runner Anthony Van Dyck once post mortem results on the horse are complete. The 2019 Epsom Derby winner suffered a catastrophic leg injury during the final stages of Tuesday’s race and despite attempts by veterinarians to… Read More »

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