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  • Quick Thinker set for Sydney spring return

    Murray Baker will target the early spring carnival races in Sydney with two of his stable stars, led by Australian Derby winner Quick Thinker. The New Zealand horseman, who trains in partnership with Andrew Forsman, confirmed both Quick Thinker and Sydney Cup runner-up The Chosen One were being readied to… Read More »

  • Rothfire has The Everest in his sights

    Rothfire has sailed through his first serious test this campaign with a runaway win in a Doomben barrier trial. With regular rider Jim Byrne aboard, Rothfire began brilliantly to lead Tuesday’s 840m heat and win by 2-1/2 lengths without being extended in the run to the line. The gelding recorded… Read More »

  • G1 winning import set for racing return

    Tom Dabernig is anticipating a form resurgence from highly-rated import Cape Of Good Hope, who is set to return to racing in the Group Two P B Lawrence Stakes at Caulfield. Cape Of Good Hope was among a number of top horses competing in jump outs at Flemington on Monday,… Read More »

  • Verry Elleegant ready for Caulfield Cup, Melbourne Cup bid

    Premier trainer Chris Waller has trodden a patient path with Verry Elleegant and he believes it has readied her for the rigours of a Cups campaign. The stable managed her carefully as a spring four-year-old last year and did not extend her beyond the 2040 metres of the Cox Plate…. Read More »

  • Octane starting to live up to early price tag

    Trainer Phillip Stokes continued his successful rehabilitation of Octane who has finished strongly to win at his Melbourne return. Octane was the highest priced yearling sold in Victoria at $1.4 million but after six starts he had won one race and was sent to Stokes. Since then the half-brother to… Read More »

  • Eduardo maintains perfect record in Sydney

    Joe Pride is kicking up for two of his horses to be seriously considered for Everest slots after Eduardo maintained his perfect record for the trainer in the Missile Stakes. Pride also has Group One placegetter Fasika as a potential candidate for the $15 million Everest and says Eduardo deserves… Read More »

  • Damien Oliver delivers Brave win for Godolphin

    Champion jockey Damien Oliver has continued his recent domination of the Group Three Aurie’s Star Stakes, making it four wins in the past seven years and his fifth in total on Home Of The Brave. Godolphin’s Melbourne stable foreman Sean Keogh said Oliver’s quick thinking at the start of the… Read More »

  • Anders emerges as a wildcard for The Everest

    Untapped colt Anders has emerged as a wildcard for The Everest with a sustained display of speed to land a facile first-up victory in The Rosebud. The $2.40 favourite took up the running and zipped further clear on straightening to score by 4-3/4 lengths from Ole Kirk ($6.50) with the… Read More »

  • Tavidance romps home at Flemington

    Promising galloper Tavidance has put an off day behind him, returning to his best with an easy six-length win at Flemington. The triumph gave the Mick Price and Michael Kent Junior stable a race-to-race double following the win of three-year-old filly Cafe Rizu in Saturday’s Grinders Coffee Roasters Plate (1800m)…. Read More »

  • Emerging stayer Exemplar earns a Melbourne Cup shot

    For the second successive time at Flemington, emerging stayer Exemplar has left his more highly-fancied stablemate South Pacific in his wake, leading throughout to win the TAB Handicap. The 2530m victory has prompted co-trainer David Eustace to aim the seven-year-old son of Galileo at the feature spring staying races. Eustace… Read More »

  • Montefilia set to target spring G1’s

    David Payne is rarely short of a decent horse and the trainer is convinced he has found his next star in Montefilia. The filly was a race day scratching at Randwick a week ago when Payne felt the track conditions became too testing. He was happier to run her on… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 8/8/2020

    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, Rosehill and Doomben. BIG BONUSES  💰: Get the BIGGEST FREE Racing BONUSES here!

  • Octane out to prove a point in Melbourne

    Phillip Stokes knew he virtually needed to start over with Octane when the horse joined his stable as a winner of one of his first six starts. So far, that tactic has been successful in Adelaide and on Saturday, Stokes will test it in Melbourne. The five-year-old, who returns to… Read More »

  • Danny O’Brien puts VRC Oaks winner on notice

    Danny O’Brien is hoping a rain-affected surface can trigger a return to form for VRC Oaks winner Miami Bound when she starts her spring campaign at Flemington. Miami Bound will run in the G H Mumm Plate (1410m) on Saturday and the trainer is keen for her to signal she… Read More »

  • Melody Belle on song for the Missile Stakes

    Melody Belle’s trainer Jamie Richards is fast becoming an expert on WhatsApp as he prepares Te Akau Racing’s star gallopers remotely from New Zealand. The COVID-19 pandemic has prevented Richards from travelling to Sydney but he is grateful for the foresight of owner David Ellis, who left Melody Belle and… Read More »

  • Victoria Derby contender unearthed at Cranbourne

    Former Kiwi three-year-old Wertheimer has kicked off his Australian career in winning style for co-trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young with an impressive performance at Cranbourne. After the victory, Young said Wertheimer would be set for the Victoria Derby at Flemington. Ridden by champion jockey Damien Oliver, Wertheimer was strongly… Read More »

  • Ambitious spring G1 sprint plans for Trope

    Trainer Julius Sandhu will use the Group Three Aurie’s Star Handicap at Flemington as a litmus test for his enigmatic stable recruit Trope. Sandhu, who has been training for only two years, is hoping the five-year-old can confirm his belief that he is a genuine Group One sprinter. Sandhu trains… Read More »

  • VRC maintains hope for spring carnival crowds

    Victoria Racing Club chairman Neil Wilson is still hoping minimal crowds can attend the Melbourne spring carnival and the club is making plans around this scenario. Wilson said the VRC had been working on a number of contingencies in response to the COVID-19 situation but they had the advantage of… Read More »

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