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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Bivouac heads early odds for Oakleigh Plate

    Trainer James Cummings is confident Bivouac is on song for his bid to become the latest three-year-old to win a feature open-class sprint this season. The Group One Golden Rose-winning colt pleased his trainer in a jump-out at Flemington on Friday in preparation for his return in Saturday’s Group One… Read More »

  • Plenty of G1 options for Alabama Express

    Orr Stakes winner Alabama Express will be nominated for the Group One Futurity Stakes but trainer Mike Moroney is still undecided which path the colt will take. Alabama Express upstaged the older horses to win the weight-for-age Group One Orr at Caulfield last Saturday week and Saturday’s Futurity Stakes is… Read More »

  • Catalyst set to bounce back in G1 Australian Guineas

    Alligator Blood may have taken out round one against classy New Zealander Catalyst, but trainer Clayton Chipperfield is confident the kiwi star can bounce back in their next clash. In an enthralling length-of-the-straight battle, Alligator Blood withstood the challenge from Catalyst to win Saturday’s Group Three C S Hayes Stakes… Read More »

  • Futurity Stakes or Chipping Norton next for Fierce Impact

    A crucial track gallop at Warwick Farm will determine immediate plans for Fierce Impact as trainer Matt Smith weighs up Group One options in Sydney and Melbourne. The horse resumed with a slashing second to three-year-old Alabamba Express in the Group One C F Orr Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield on… Read More »

  • Chenier on track for G1 Australian Guineas

    While Alligator Blood and Catalyst staged a thrilling duel in the C S Hayes Stakes, the comeback performance of Chenier to finish just behind them has his connections upbeat. The Anthony Freedman-trained, Godolphin-owned Chenier missed the spring carnival because of a pelvic fracture and raced for the first time in… Read More »

  • Free to air TV interested in Queensland racing

    The three free-to-air television networks have shown interest in televising Queensland racing. The Queensland media rights, which are currently held by Sky Channel, are up for renewal with a decision likely to be made by April. Sky is again a bidder while, which has rights in Victoria and South… Read More »

  • Sweet Deal races into Coolmore Classic contention

    The Group One Coolmore Classic is the goal for Sweet Deal this autumn with trainer John Thompson adamant the mare has gone to a new level. Nash Rawiller bounced the $14 chance to the front in Saturday’s Group Three Triscay Stakes (1200m) at Randwick and she went to the line… Read More »

  • Bonvicini lands first-up win in The Vanity

    Bonvicini has shown she will be in for a good autumn campaign after a tough first-up win in The Vanity at Flemington. One of two runners for trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace in Saturday’s Group Three race for three-year-old fillies, Bonvicini scored an upset win over 1400m. Ridden by… Read More »

  • Hugh Bowman and Alizee win Apollo Stakes

    Triple Group One winner Alizee is not in the same stratosphere as Winx but she has been able to deliver jockey Hugh Bowman another Apollo Stakes win at Randwick. Bowman, who has won the race seven times, has made the Group Two Apollo Stakes his own in recent years winning… Read More »

  • Gytrash wins the G1 Lightning Stakes

    South Australian gelding Gytrash has upset some of the country’s best-credentialed sprinters to give trainer Gordon Richards his first Group One in the Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Gytrash missed most of last year’s spring carnival with a knee issue after jarring up when second in the Group Three The Heath… Read More »

  • Fans flock to see champion Black Caviar

    Black Caviar has dragged the Flemington crowd from the grandstands at her first race track appearance since her retirement after an unbeaten 25 start career. Now age 13 and the mother of six foals, the mare was on parade at the Black Caviar The Great Horse themed race day on… Read More »

  • Godolphin fillies dominate Light Fingers Stakes

    Blinkers have proven to be a masterstroke for Godolphin filly Flit, who has claimed several high-profile scalps to win the Group Two Light Fingers Stakes at Randwick. The three-year-old led home a Godolphin trifecta, beating the Anthony Cummings-trained Lyre by 1-3/4 lengths with her James Cummings-trained stablemate Kiamichi another half-length… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood wins thrilling battle with Catalyst

    The clash between Queensland star Alligator Blood and New Zealander Catalyst has lived up to the hype with the pair staging a stirring duel down the Flemington straight. Alligator Blood prevailed in Saturday’s Group three C S Hayes Stakes (1400m) to whet the appetite for a rematch in the Group… Read More »

  • Golden Slipper the likely path for speedy Supreme Idea

    Victorian filly Supreme Idea has shown her rivals a clean pair of heels to make a winning debut in Sydney, earning a likely shot at the 2020 Golden Slipper in the process. Trained by Anthony Freedman, who also has Blue Diamond Stakes favourite Hanseatic, Supreme Idea ($14) controlled the race… Read More »

  • Black Caviar relation Ole Kirk wins at Flemington

    Two-year-old Ole Kirk has scored a fitting debut victory on a race day named to honour a close relation to the colt at Flemington. Ole Kirk is a daughter of Naturale, an unraced younger sister of unbeaten champion Black Caviar. Saturday’s meeting was themed Black Caviar The Great Horse Race… Read More »

  • God Of Thunder to head to the Challenge Stakes

    The tough decision to geld God Of Thunder could reap dividends this autumn as Hawkes Racing prepare to raise the bar for the talented sprinter. The four-year-old resumed with a last-stride win in the Radisson Blu Hotel Sydney Handicap (1000m) at Randwick on Saturday, a week after missing his scheduled… Read More »

  • Rothfire in brilliant return win at Eagle Farm

    Brilliant Brisbane two-year-old Rothfire could make a belated appearance at the Sydney autumn carnival after his impressive return to racing. Rothfire ($2.15) made it three wins from three starts when he cruised to the lead and went on to a 4-1/2 lengths win over Kisukano ($11) in the $125,000 QTIS… Read More »

  • Fabric scores easy win at Flemington

    Fabric has clinched her third city success with a front-running victory at Flemington and Danny O’Brien’s assistant trainer Ben Gleeson believes a stakes win is within the mare’s scope. Having the third start of her current campaign, Fabric ($2.50) was able to dominate Saturday’s Furphy Ale Trophy (1600m), run in… Read More »

  • Bjorn Baker to consider options for She’s Ideel

    Bjorn Baker will let the dust settle before deciding his next move with She’s Ideel after the promising stayer extended her winning streak to three at Randwick. Stepping up to 2400 metres for the first time in Saturday’s Catanach’s Handicap, She’s Ideel loomed up strongly at the top of the… Read More »

  • Slow and steady with US-bred import Mount Tabora

    Co-trainer Peter Snowden will not be rushing Mount Tabora back to Sydney to run on wet ground despite his all-the-way victory at Flemington. Snowden says the US-bred import will relish a wet track after his victory in The Glorious Goodwood Handicap on Saturday. Run in drizzle, Mount Tabora under Kerrin… Read More »

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