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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Minimum prize money restored for Victorian races

    Melbourne’s flagship spring races including the Melbourne Cup will retain their rich purses while minimum prize money in Victoria will return to pre-COVID levels from the start of the new season. But 12 stakes races during this year’s Victorian spring carnival, including three Group Ones, will have a prize money… Read More »

  • Trainer records first win in 24 years

    Country-based Victorian trainer Noel Richards has made a long overdue return to the winners enclosure with the win of Niamh Chinn Oir at Ballarat. The victory on Tuesday was Richards’ first since Captain Shillalae won at Dunkeld in November 1996. Jockey Christine Puls had the ride on Niamh Chinn Oir… Read More »

  • Victorian COVID-19 spike could derail spring carnival crowds

    Moonee Valley Racing Club chief executive Michael Browell has not given up hope of having some form of crowd on course for the 100th running of the Cox Plate. Browell was upbeat with how coronavirus numbers had been tracking in Melbourne earlier this month before a dramatic turnaround in recent… Read More »

  • Potential 2YO star sold to Hong Kong

    Trainer Greg Eurell admits Ilovemyself leaves big shoes to fill in his stable, with the promising galloper set to do his future racing in Hong Kong. Eurell confirmed the rising three-year-old, who won impressively on debut in a Listed race at Flemington in one of two autumn starts earlier this… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper winner and stallion Danzero dies

    Danzero, a Golden Slipper winner who went on to find further fame as a stallion, has died at the age of 28. The 1994 Slipper hero died peacefully in his paddock at Rosemont Stud in Victoria where he had been domiciled for almost a decade. A son of the all-conquering… Read More »

  • Emerging Victorian sire Fighting Sun dies

    A bout of colic has claimed the life of young stallion Fighting Sun. Standing at Sun Stud, Fighting Sun was retired as a two-year-old as the result of a serious leg injury after winning his only two starts for Gai Waterhouse. Fighting Son had been high up in markets for… Read More »

  • Japanese stars odds slashed for the Cox Plate

    A form reference belonging to the 2019 WS Cox Plate winner has propelled Japanese mare Chrono Genesis to the top of markets for this year’s race. Four-year-old mare Chrono Genesis earned an automatic Cox Plate start when she blitzed a Group One field in the Takarazuka Kinen. In the absence… Read More »

  • Pat Hyland retires after 60 years in racing

    After more than 60 years in racing as a jockey and a successful trainer, Pat Hyland has retired. Ill-health has forced Hyland to step away from a training partnership with his son Chris to spend time on his farm in rural Victoria. Inducted into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame… Read More »

  • Connections knock back big offers for G2 winner

    Australian racing continues to stem the tide of promising horses heading offshore with the owners of Brandenburg knocking back lucrative international offers. While Randwick Guineas winner Shadow Hero has been sold to Hong Kong, the connections of Brandenburg join those of stakes winners Kinane and Front Page to turn down… Read More »

  • Away Game to be set on a familiar G1 path

    Using Loving Gaby as a yardstick, trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace hope to follow a similar spring campaign with Magic Millions winner Away Game. Maher and Eustace prepared Loving Gaby to win the Manikato Stakes at The Valley as a spring three-year-old and they will try to get Away… Read More »

  • James McDonald reaches magic 100 milestone

    James McDonald has ended a tough week on a triumphant note, becoming the first jockey in more than a decade to ride a century of Sydney winners in successive seasons. McDonald had to wait until the final event to land the milestone, riding a measured race to win aboard Godolphin… Read More »

  • Alfa Oro stamps his dominance at Caulfield

    The rise of comeback galloper Alfa Oro has continued at Caulfield with the promising gelding taking another step up to win for the fourth time in a row. In 2018, after just two race starts, Alfa Oro fractured the cannon bone in one of his front legs which required screws… Read More »

  • Trumbull lands overdue win in the Civic Stakes

    Sluggish starts have proven costly for Trumbull this campaign but the talented sprinter has finally done everything right to land a deserved stakes win at Rosehill. The gelding had filled the minors in three of his four previous runs and had been luckless in the process, conceding big starts and… Read More »

  • Inquiry leads all the way in Spear Chief Handicap

    A daring ride from jockey Ryan Wiggins helped much-travelled Inquiry win his first stakes race in the Listed Spear Chief Handicap at Doomben. Inquiry ($4) went out with a big lead in the middle stages before beating Scallopini ($3.10) by 1-1/4 lengths with 1-1/2 lengths to Right Or Wrong ($12)… Read More »

  • Felicia races to impressive win at Caulfield

    Felicia has defied the odds to return to racing and the talented filly has delivered a satisfying win for her trainer Dean Binaisse at Caulfield. Ridden by Craig Williams, Felicia was sent out the $2.80 favourite in Saturday’s Hyland Sportswear EOFY Sale Handicap (1200m) and sat outside the lead before… Read More »

  • Frankely Awesome back to form in McKell Cup

    Group One placed as a three-year-old, it has been a long road back to the winner’s stall for Frankely Awesome who has reignited her career with a WJ McKell Cup victory. Chasing home Verry Elleegant in both the Vinery Stud Stakes and Australian Oaks in the autumn of 2019, her… Read More »

  • Luke Dittman lands the money in the Premiers Cup

    Jockey Luke Dittman can expect more rides from the powerful Chris Waller stable after producing a top effort to land Another Dollar a winner in the Group Three Premiers Cup at Doomben. Another Dollar ($5.50) gave Waller a clean sweep of the limited Brisbane winter feature staying races when she… Read More »

  • 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 »

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