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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Watch πŸ“Ί Alligator Blood beaten in racing return

    Star Queensland gelding Alligator Blood has been beaten in third in his return to racing at Doomben but lost no admirers. Alligator Blood was returning from a long spell in the XXXX Dry Open Quality Handicap (1110m) at Doomben where he was the drifting short priced favourite and the market… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller labels Mo’unga a star of the future

    There will be no Golden Rose start for Mo’unga but the lightly-raced colt has stamped himself as a star of the future in the eyes of his trainer Chris Waller. Stepping up to Saturday stakes grade after wins at the Gold Coast and Newcastle, Mo’ungo justified his $2.70 favouritism and… Read More »

     
  • Zoutori goes back-to-back in the Bobbie Lewis Quality

    Zoutori made it back-to-back wins in the Bobbie Lewis Quality when he prevailed narrowly in an exciting finish with only a half-length separating the top five across the line. Jockey Mark Zahra had to call on all of his renowned skill to get Zoutori home by a half-neck in the… Read More »

     
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  • Multiple G1 winners racing career in doubt

    Multiple Group One winning sprinter The Bostonian has been ruled out of the remainder of the spring with the horses future racing career also in doubt. The Bostonian pulled up short in a routine gallop this week prompting connections to take x-rays which have returned showing the horse has taken… Read More »

     
  • Warning starts mission to the Melbourne Cup

    Victoria Derby winner Warning begins a campaign aimed at racing’s most prestigious prize, the Melbourne Cup, when he resumes in the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington. Although he has run well in a recent 1200m jump out at Mornington, co-trainer Sam Freedman isn’t expecting him to return to racing with… Read More »

     
  • Multiple G1 winning jockey to retire early

    Group One-winning jockey James Winks has announced his retirement from the saddle on medical advice. The 36-year-old revealed the news on Racing.com’s After The Last program on Wednesday and said he had made the decision after being diagnosed with syncope, the medical term for fainting. The diagnosis was confirmed when… Read More »

     
  • Aysar to target the G1 Caulfield Guineas

    Although it wasn’t a win by a big margin, co-trainer Ben Hayes saw enough for three-year-old Aysar to continue on a path to the Caulfield Guineas. “He’s a pretty exciting horse going forward,” Hayes said after Aysar took out Wednesday’s benchmark 64 for three-year-olds over 1300 metres. Hayes pointed out… Read More »

     
  • Russian Camelot to return in the Makybe Diva Stakes

    Danny O’Brien can’t wait to see his star galloper Russian Camelot return in the Makybe Diva Stakes but he also knows the burden of expectation the horse is carrying. “It’s really exciting to see him back at the races. His last run was terrific and he’s had a good winter,”… Read More »

     
  • Boom galloper could be off to Hong Kong

    Boom four-year-old gelding Barocha could have run his last race in Australia with the horse set to be sold to Hong Kong. The Clayton Douglas trained galloper caused a social media stir on debut after a text message circulated saying the horse would ‘just win’ and he did just that… Read More »

     
  • David Hayes gets on the board in Hong Kong

    Australian David Hayes has made a winning start to his second training tenure in Hong Kong, landing a victory with his first runner. The former Lindsay Park horseman achieved the same feat during his first stint in the Asian capital 25 years ago. He said it was great to see… Read More »

     
  • No owners or crowds for Melbourne’s spring racing carnival

    Following Daniel Andrews’ road map to COVID normal there will be no owners or crowds allowed at this years Spring Carnival in Melbourne. Daniel Andrews announced the road map for Metropolitan Melbourne on Sunday which limits any crowds at racecourses in Melbourne until the end of November meaning this years… Read More »

     
  • Dreamforce bounces back to win Tramway Stakes

    John Thompson admitted to a few anxious moments before Dreamforce landed successive victories in the Group Two Tramway Stakes at Randwick. The frontrunner had an early stoush with free-rolling mare Greysful Glamour before taking control of the 1400m race and from there he did not relinquish his advantage. “I was… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller dedicates feature win to Rick Worthington

    An emotional Chris Waller has dedicated Mister Sea Wolf’s Chelmsford Stakes victory to trainer Rick Worthington, who just hours earlier lost his battle with cancer. News of the 60-year-old’s death filtered through Randwick on Saturday and Waller said he was devastated to lose a man he counted as a friend…. Read More »

     
  • Bella Vella continues her rise up the sprinting ranks

    Bella Vella continued her amazing ascension up the sprinting ranks when she made it five wins from five starts this year with a narrow victory in the Group Two McEwen Stakes. In doing so, she continued a remarkable run for South Australian horses with Behemoth winning the Memsie Stakes last… Read More »

     
  • Showmanship puts on another winning act

    Rising Perth star Showmanship, with the help of a masterful ride from Willie Pike, took his record to seven wins from eight starts with an easy victory at The Valley. Pike had the 1200 metre Listed event under control throughout as he stalked the other fancied runner, Age Of Chivalry,… Read More »

     
  • Dame Giselle overcomes tough run in Furious Stakes

    Dame Giselle is making a strong case for the title of Sydney’s dominant filly after leaving few excuses for her Furious Stakes rivals at Randwick. Trapped three-wide without cover from her awkward draw, Dame Giselle ($3.80 fav) made light work of her tough run to win the Group Two Furious… Read More »

     
  • Junipal on track for Spring G1’s

    Junipal has returned this campaign as a gelding and co trainer David Eustace felt he was racing at his peak. He said Junipal now had enough ratings points to gain a start in the Toorak Handicap and he might go to that race via the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes. β€œHe’s… Read More »

     
  • Rothfire confirmed for $15 million The Everest

    Top Queensland three-year-old Rothfire has become the fourth horse confirmed for a start in the $15 million The Everest. The J J Atkins Stakes winner has been secured by miRunners, which has opened the race up to the the public by selling micro shares in their slot. Trained by Robert… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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