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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Michael Rodd steers Mystery Shot to Caulfield win

    Three-year-old gelding Mystery Shot has continued an unbeaten start to his career to give Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michael Rodd his first city success since his return to Victorian racing from Singapore. The Lindsey Smith-trained Mystery Shot made it three wins from as many starts in Saturday’s Take It To The… Read More »

  • Kerrin McEvoy shows his class on Sweet Thomas

    There was banter aplenty behind the starting stalls before the Stayers’ Cup but it was three-time Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy who had the last laugh. McEvoy and rival hoop Glen Boss have won six Melbourne Cups between them and as the field loaded for a rare two-mile race in… Read More »

  • Damien Oliver guides Saltpeter home at Caulfield

    Saltpeter has shown his versatility with a drop in distance to claim his first city win at Caulfield. The John Moloney-trained two-year-old sat back when successful over 1250m at Geelong on June 12 before dropping150m in distance to score an on-pace win in Saturday’s Vale Graham Salisbury Handicap. Ridden by… Read More »

  • Steel Diamond scores a timely win for Rick Worthington

    A Rosehill victory by Steel Diamond has provided the perfect tonic for trainer Rick Worthington, who is battling a serious health issue. The renowned horseman has recently been released from hospital and could not be on track but stable representative Dean Mitchell said Worthington would have got satisfaction from Steel… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 27/6/2020

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

  • James McDonald hit with big suspension for bad ride

    Top Sydney jockey James McDonald has been suspended for three weeks over his ride on the Joe Pride-trained Threeood at Randwick. Racing NSW stewards, led by Marc Van Gestel, chaired an inquiry on Friday after earlier charging McDonald for failing to take all reasonable and permissable measures to win or… Read More »

  • Humidor out to salvage racing career

    Multiple Group One winner Humidor could be racing for his career when he runs in a stakes race in Perth. Humidor contests the Group Three Strickland Stakes (2000m) at Belmont on Saturday, his third start for trainer Lindsey Smith. The gelding finished 10 first-up over 1400m before rising to 1600m… Read More »

  • 13 Queensland trainers charged after a state wide investigation

    Queensland stewards have charged 15 people, including 13 trainers, with buying unregistered substances after a state wide investigation over the past two months. In a statement on Wednesday morning, the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission said it had informed 13 thoroughbred trainers, one stable hand and one jockey they had been… Read More »

  • Promising 3YO sold to Hong Kong

    A three-time winner on Victorian tracks, Jolly Sailor will do his future racing in Hong Kong having passed a tough veterinary test. Offers for Jolly Sailor came after the Henry Dwyer-trained gelding scored last start at Flemington on June 6 which followed another all-the-way win at Sandown last month. Dwyer… Read More »

  • Coronavirus spike could affect race crowds

    Racing Victoria CEO Giles Thompson is hoping patrons will still be allowed on-course by the end of July, but admits it’s less likely because of the latest coronavirus spike in the state. Owners returned to the racetrack at Ballarat on Tuesday and it was hoped members and spectators would be… Read More »

  • Seven figure offers not enough for boom sprinter

    Connections of impressive Flemington winner Front Page have knocked back some sizeable offers from Hong Kong for the promising gelding. Front Page registered his fourth win from six starts in taking out the Listed AR Creswick Stakes on Saturday. It was the three-year-old’s first start on a metropolitan track and… Read More »

  • Wu Gok heads McKell Cup weights

    Wu Gok has already played a starring role in recent Sydney staying races and he headlines the nominations for another winter feature at Rosehill. The six-year-old Chris Waller-trained six-year-old gelding has been allocated top weight of 61kg for Saturday’s Listed WJ McKell Cup (2000m) for which eight of his stablemates… Read More »

  • Harbour Views still has plenty of improvement

    Warrnambool trainer Matthew Williams is convinced promising import Harbour Views can improve again in his second attempt over a middle distance before he is put away with the spring in mind. Harbour Views raced to a convincing 2-1/4length win over 2040m at The Valley on June 13 in his first… Read More »

  • Cross Counter eyes second Melbourne Cup

    Charlie Appleby is dreaming of a second Melbourne Cup success with Cross Counter after taking encouragement from his performance in the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot. The five-year-old became the first British-trained winner of the ‘race that stops a nation’ when striking gold in 2018 – and was beaten just… Read More »

  • Gytrash to chase a slot in The Everest

    Gytrash’s spring program is yet to be determined but Adelaide trainer Gordon Richards likes the idea of campaigning his stable star in Sydney in the lead-up to The Everest to showcase him to slot holders. The Group One Lightning Stakes winner has returned from a spell in the past week… Read More »

  • The Everest a potential target for Santa Ana Lane

    Multiple Group One winner Santa Ana Lane will be given the chance to prove he is far from a spent force as one of Australia’s best sprinters. The Anthony Freedman-trained Santa Ana Lane went winless during his most recent four-run preparation that included a runner-up finish in his defence of… Read More »

  • Graham Salisbury sadly passes away

    Graham Salisbury has sadly passed away in Bendigo Hospital at the age of 76 after a long battle with cancer. Racing Victoria’s media release: It is with a heavy heart that Racing Victoria (RV) acknowledges the passing today of long-time employee and industry ambassador Graham Salisbury. Graham passed away in… Read More »

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