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  • 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 »

  • I Am Someone records narrow win at Flemington

    Trainer Paul Preusker has labelled I Am Someone not your average sprinter after a return to winning form at Flemington. I Am Someone took out the Adam Lindsay Gordon Handicap on Saturday, his first victory since winning the Listed Wangoom Handicap at Warrnambool in May last year. Preusker is now… Read More »

  • Watch: James McDonald grilled over very half-hearted ride

    Leading jockey James McDonald has faced a grilling from stewards at Randwick over his ride on well-beaten favourite Threeood. Stewards questioned the hoop about his tactics early in the race but were particularly concerned with McDonald’s vigour over the final 300m. What a ride by Jason Collett on STELLA SEA… Read More »

  • Front Page becomes the headline act at Flemington

    Front Page has made the transition from country performer to stakes winner with an explosive metropolitan debut at Flemington. After five starts around the border region of NSW and Victoria that had netted three victories, Front Page was brought to Melbourne for his city debut and collected the Listed AR… Read More »

  • Lord Belvedere finds winning form after colic surgery

    Imported stayer Lord Belvedere has returned to winning form at Flemington having come back from colic surgery which forced him to miss a large portion of the racing season. The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained gelding was having his third start back in Saturday’s George Watson Handicap (2540m) and came… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman, Viridine all class in Winter Dash

    Hugh Bowman has declared Viridine would not be out of place in a Group One race but the Randwick punters who took a different view have paid the price. Opening at $4.80, the Godolphin sprinter was a noted market drifter to start $6 but he had little trouble accounting for… Read More »

  • Mount Popa shows he is the real deal at Randwick

    They share the same sire and hail from the same stable and that might not be where the similarities between Caulfield Cup favourite Master Of Wine and Randwick winner Mount Popa end. The latter made a dynamic Sydney debut on Saturday, coming with a sweeping run from back in the… Read More »

  • The Actuary too good in Listed The Phoenix

    Trainer Tony Gollan admitted the best thing he had done for a while was to take blinkers off the race day gear of The Actuary who won her first stakes race at Doomben. The Actuary ($4.80) came from well back in the field to beat Toscanini ($10) by 1-3/4 lengths… Read More »

  • Persan makes it consecutive wins at Flemington

    Persan will be given the chance at a proper staying journey after registering a second consecutive Flemington victory. Co-trainer David Eustace said Persan would return to Flemington on July 4 for the Mahogany Challenge Final over 2500m after taking out the Sir Henry Bolte Handicap on Saturday. The victory was… Read More »

  • Cherry Tortoni in strong win at Flemington

    A promising two-year-old gelding with family links to former champion Tie The Knot has maintained an unbeaten start to his career at Flemington to give trainer Patrick Payne his 100th winner for the season. Cherry Tortoni, who races in the famous red colours with a white cap worn by a… Read More »

  • Tony Gollan reaches 100 metropolitan winners

    Tony Gollan has become the first to train 100 Queensland metropolitan race winners in a season after Howwonderfullifeis won at Doomben. Gollan has his seventh consecutive metropolitan title sewn up and had already set a record for the most wins which he previously held at 90 from two seasons ago…. Read More »

  • Richard and Michael Freedman putting on an Exhibition

    Brothers Richard and Michael Freedman have continued an outstanding season with two-year-olds and iced a memorable week with Exhibition’s gutsy win at Randwick. Having just his second start, the $6.50 chance was under stern urgings from jockey Andrew Adkins around the home turn but responded and lifted late to edge… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 20/6/2020

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

  • Top Sydney trainer charged after G2 winner tests positive to ice

    Top Sydney trainer John O’Shea has been charged by the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission after one of his horses tested positive to the recreational drug ice. Pretty In Pink returned a positive swab to the substance after winning the Group Two Moreton Cup at Doomben in June last year. Queensland… Read More »

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