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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Tasmanian racing to cease immediately

    Tasmania has shut down racing as part of the state government’s latest response to the coronavirus pandemic. Premier Peter Gutwein said greyhound and horse racing would stop, effective immediately, for the next month. A statement on the Tasmanian Racing authority’s website says Tasracing would work closely with the Minister for… Read More »

  • Punters plunge on 3YO’s to win Doncaster Mile

    Punters have loaded up on two three-year-olds to win Saturday’s $1.5m Doncaster Mile at Randwick. The John Sargent trained Brandenburg has been heavily backed into outright favouritism at $6.00 after opening in the final field this morning as a $9.00 chance with Sportsbet. Brandenburg who will be ridden by Doncaster… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup to be run without crowds if necessary

    The Victorian Racing Club is determined to run this years Melbourne Cup on the first Tuesday of November even if it means the meeting will be without crowds. The Melbourne Cup is the most iconic race in Australia each year although the coronavirus pandemic could mean the race day could… Read More »

  • Nature Strip’s odds slashed for the G1 TJ Smith Stakes

    If the exciting Nature Strip is to upstage a host of Australia’s other top sprinters in the Group One TJ Smith Stakes at Randwick, he will have to do something he has not done for 18 months – win twice in a row. The Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip is favourite… Read More »

  • Quality Field announced for Doncaster Mile

    New Zealand champion Melody Belle has been replaced as favourite in an open market for the Group One Doncaster Mile which has attracted a capacity field. Melody Belle, who shares top weight of 57kg with Epsom Handicap winner Kolding, has drawn barrier 14 for Saturday’s $1.5 million Doncaster Mile and… Read More »

  • 2020 Cox Plate could be postponed

    This years Cox Plate is in doubt with MVRC chief executive Michael Browell suggesting the race could be postponed. The MVRC will leave the decision until the 1st of June to see how the coronavirus pandemic plays out before making a decision whether or not the 2020 Cox Plate will… Read More »

  • Horse racing doing everything right to be able to continue

    As he prepares his contenders in two of Sydney’s signature races on the opening day of The Championships, trainer Mark Newnham believes horse racing in Australia is doing everything right to be able to continue. A former jockey and now Group One-winning trainer, Newnham has Shadow Hero set for Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Racing Victoria cuts prizemoney

    Racing Victoria will cut prize money and stand down staff in a bid to reduce expenditure during the coronavirus pandemic. From Wednesday, RV said 40 per cent of its permanent staff would be temporarily stood down or required to work reduced hours. The RV board and executive team have voluntarily… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup campaign up in air for Vow And Declare

    Trainer Danny O’Brien is unsure what the future holds for Vow And Declare’s bid for consecutive Melbourne Cup victories. O’Brien was planning to take Vow And Declare to Brisbane for a three-run campaign, part of a nine month build-up to this year’s Melbourne Cup at Flemington in November. But the… Read More »

  • Chris Waller set to dominate Doncaster Mile field

    Chris Waller is convinced a return to Sydney racing will help Kolding when the gelding heads a strong team trying to give the champion trainer a record-equalling seventh Doncaster Mile at Randwick. Waller expects to have at least six runners in Saturday’s Group One Doncaster Mile on the first day… Read More »

  • Eric The Eel confirmed for G1 Australian Derby

    Brisbane three-year-old Eric The Eel has been given the green light to head to Sydney for the Australian Derby under revised coronavirus protocols for transporting horses. Trainer Stuart Kendrick waited until consulting all the owners on Sunday afternoon before making the decision to head south for the G1 Australian Derby…. Read More »

  • The Championships prizemoney slashed by over $9 million

    Racing NSW has announced a major reduction in prizemoney for The Championships less than a week out from the opening day at Randwick. More than $9 million in prizemoney will be stripped from the feature races of the two day Championships. Racing NSW indicated that a reduction in wagering, due… Read More »

  • Hellova Street takes out the Golden Mile

    Evergreen Tasmanian galloper Hellova Street has led throughout to claim the Golden Mile at Bendigo. Saturday’s win in the Listed 1600m race was his 21st career win from 58 starts and his 11th at stakes level. Taken to the front by jockey Michael Dee, Hellova Street ($19) defied the opposition… Read More »

  • Shout The Bar causes upset in G1 Vinery Stud Stakes

    As a kid, Adam Hyeronimus would watch and marvel as Gai Waterhouse dominated Sydney’s biggest races. At Rosehill on Saturday, the hard-working jockey teamed up with the trainer to land his first Group One win aboard Shout The Bar in the Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m). The race was billed as… Read More »

  • Verry Elleegant far too good in G1 Tancred Stakes

    The talented but sometimes fizzy Verry Elleegant has shown a new-found maturity to win the Group One Tancred Stakes at Rosehill. On the corresponding day a year ago, the Chris Waller-trained Verry Elleegant won the Vinery Stud Stakes (2000m) and went on to claim the ATC Australian Oaks (2400m). While… Read More »

  • Riddle Me That takes out the Bendigo Guineas

    A year after Prince Of Sussex gave Matt Laurie a big two-year-old victory at Bendigo, Riddle Me That has supplied the trainer with a win in a Listed race at the track. Prince Of Sussex won the Bendigo VOBIS Gold Rush at the corresponding meeting last year before going on… Read More »

  • Patience pays off with Snogging at Bendigo

    Natalie Young has praised the patience of Michael Walker in guiding Snogging to a first-up victory at Bendigo. After being badly locked away, Walker was able to find clear air passing the 200m mark, taking Snogging to a narrow victory in Saturday’s Bendigo Gold Bracelet (1400m). “It was a great… Read More »

  • Vegadaze gallant in Star Kingdom Stakes win

    Anthony Cummings has taken bragging rights over his son James in the Star Kingdom Stakes, with Vegadaze leading in a trifecta for the famous racing family in the Group Three race at Rosehill. Ridden by in-form visiting English jockey Tom Marquand, the Anthony Cummings-trained Vegadaze capitalised on a race-fitness edge… Read More »

  • Night’s Watch back to his best at at Rosehill

    A ground-saving ride by James McDonald has elevated the enigmatic Night’s Watch back into the winner’s list in the Group Three Neville Sellwood Stakes at Rosehill. Starting $8.50, the six-year-old settled near the rear for McDonald, who was happy to bide his time before pinching runs along the inside and… Read More »

  • NZ’s Quick Thinker on track for Australian Derby

    Champion New Zealand trainer Murray Baker is in lockdown at home but as usual is making his presence felt on the Sydney autumn carnival. The winner of more Australian Group One races than any other trainer based across the Tasman, Baker claimed his fifth win in the Group Two Tulloch… Read More »

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