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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • G2 Missile Stakes gets a new look

    A new-season race that has been a traditional spring starting point for many of Sydney’s best sprinters will figure in a switch of handicapping conditions. The Missile Stakes, a Group Two sprint over 1200m, will be run as a set-weights with penalties event for the first time this year. Since… Read More »

  • Winx’s sister to be saved for another day

    Racing fans will have to wait a bit longer for the debut of champion Winx’s younger half-sister. Covent Garden, a two-year-old filly, was scratched from a race at Warwick Farm on Monday with the public holiday meeting to be run on a heavy track. She was entered to make her… Read More »

  • Unaltered spring hinders Lindsay Park’s plans

    An unchanged Victorian spring program will force leading stable Lindsay Park to revise carnival plans for two stars due to return from injury. Tom Dabernig, who with Ben Hayes takes over the reins at Lindsay Park after David Hayes’ departure to Hong Kong, had tentatively worked out a spring program… Read More »

  • Star colt back ahead of a big spring

    Trainer Peter Snowden is likely to follow a proven pattern with King’s Legacy in pursuit of more Group One success with the star colt. Snowden is preparing to welcome the dual Group One winner back into stable life with the Group One Golden Rose to be the rising three-year-old’s first… Read More »

  • Rostropovich back on track after near death

    Rostropovich has been given the all-clear to take the next step along the road to a possible return to the racetrack. The Lindsay Park-trained stayer has not raced since suffering a pelvic injury when finishing last in the 2019 Melbourne Cup. Rostropovich underwent a scintigraphy bone scan at the Goulburn… Read More »

  • Jolly Sailor continues rise through ranks at Flemington

    Lightly raced Jolly Sailor has continued his rise through the ranks with an impressive all-the-way victory at Flemington. The Henry Dwyer-trained three-year-old notched his third win from four career starts with his victory in the Bagot’s Cowshed Handicap on Saturday. Having earlier scored aboard Creedence for Matt Cumani, apprentice Michael… Read More »

  • Aquitaine lands betting plunge at Eagle Farm

    Godolphin mare Aquitaine will chase more stakes success in Queensland after winning the Listed Mick Dittman Plate at Eagle Farm. Despite being forced to race deep Aquitaine, the $2.50 favourite, finished too well to beat Iced ($61) by three-quarters of a length in the 1000m scamper. It was the first… Read More »

  • Classique Legend a class above at Randwick

    Les Bridge was ruffled, Kerrin McEvoy was feeling the pre-race nerves but Classique Legend remained unperturbed by the emotion surrounding his Sydney return to stamp his class at Randwick. The striking grey was all but on a plane to Hong Kong but due to a mixture of the coronavirus pandemic… Read More »

  • Tyzone wins the Group One Stradbroke Handicap

    A plan that was a year in the making came to fruition when Tyzone won the Stradbroke Handicap at Eagle Farm. Tyzone ran second in last year’s Stradbroke behind Trekking and trainer Toby Edmonds immediately set him for a return bout this year: Starting at $14, Tyzone charged down the… Read More »

  • Chapada finally breaks drought at Flemington

    Dual Group One placegetter Chapada has snapped a lengthy absence from the winner’s circle to register just the second victory of his career at Flemington. The Mike Moroney-trained Chapada strode to a one-length win over import Masaff in Saturday’s Grinders Coffee Carriage Paddock Plate (2520m) having been winless in his… Read More »

  • Rothfire burns rivals in Group One JJ Atkins

    Trainer Robert Heathcote allowed himself to think about a slot in The Everest after his gelding Rothfire ran a course record in winning the Group One JJ Atkins at Eagle Farm. Sent out favourite, Rothfire ($3.50) gave Heathcote his 11th Group One win but his first in Queensland when he… Read More »

  • Ballistic Boy gives Chris Anderson dream result

    Trainer Chris Anderson’s luck finally changed when Ballistic Boy helped him achieve a boyhood dream by winning a Group race with a horse wearing the colours of the Think Big Stud. Starting favourite, Ballistic Boy ($2.80) dispelled any notion he was not a genuine stayer when he beat Supergiant ($4.50)… Read More »

  • Standoff lands knockout blow at Flemington

    While punters may have been shocked by the victory of Standoff at Flemington, Grant Dalziel headed to the track enthusiastic about the filly’s chances. Dalziel, who trains Standoff in partnership with his son Peter, said the filly had stronger claims than her odds indicated in the Bagotville Handicap on Saturday…. Read More »

  • Achiever helps end lean run for Brenton Avdulla

    A new-look Brenton Avdulla has ended a frustrating run of outs with victory aboard the Chris Waller-trained Achiever at Randwick. Avdulla had not ridden a metropolitan winner since Welsh Legend on Anzac Day so he decided to dye his dark hair to blonde, hoping to change his fortunes. The ploy… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets โ€“ inc Stradbroke Handicap 6/6/2020

    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 Eagle Farm. BIG BONUSESย  ๐Ÿ’ฐ:ย Get the BIGGEST FREE Racing BONUSES here!

  • Spring Racing Carnival dates to remain unchanged

    Racing Victoria has rejected a proposal to make sweeping changes to the 2020 spring carnival. In a Melbourne Racing Club-backed move, plans were tabled to shift the Caulfield Cup from a traditional mid-October date to a late November timeslot. The proposal would have upended decades of thoroughbred racing tradition by… Read More »

  • Aquanita trainer has licence rejected

    Stuart Webb, who was embroiled in the Aquanita scandal that rocked Australian, racing has had his application for a trainers’ licence knocked back by Racing Victoria. Webb was disqualified for four years by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in 2018 but had that reduced to an 18-month ban on… Read More »

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