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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Owners allowed back at Victorian races

    Thoroughbred owners are set to be welcomed back to Victorian racetracks to watch their horses compete for the first time in just over three months. Since mid-March only essential personnel have been allowed on course in Victoria as part of the strict protocols while racing has continued during the COVID-19… Read More »

     
  • NZ stable eyeing Melbourne spring

    New Zealand trainer Jamie Richards may have lost one of his stars Te Akau Shark but he still has a strong contingent gearing up for the spring. Te Akau Shark remained in Sydney after the autumn carnival with stablemates Melody Belle and Probabeel but requires surgery for an eye injury…. Read More »

     
  • Team Edmonds loses two stable stars

    Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds has confirmed two of his best young horses will leave his stables. The Drinks Cart, who ran third in the Group One JJ Atkins two weeks ago is headed for Hong Kong. Wisdom of Water, who was unplaced in the JJ Atkins after winning two… Read More »

     
  • Kiwi star suffering from rare eye condition

    A rare eye condition that needs surgery will delay the return to training of two-time Group One winner Te Akau Shark. Trained in New Zealand, Te Akau Shark has been spelling in NSW since a successful autumn that netted elite-level wins on both sides of the Tasman. “Whilst spelling, we… Read More »

     
  • Luke Tarrant gets a stay on disqualification

    Queensland jockey Luke Tarrant has been granted a stay on his six-month disqualification for allegedly assaulting another rider in the weigh-in area at Doomben. Tarrant has missed riding in the winter carnival after being disqualified on April 22. An internal review confirmed the stewards decision last month but Tarrant lodged… Read More »

     
  • Addeybb ready to take on the best at Royal Ascot

    Two months after his starring role during the Sydney autumn carnival, English-trained Addeybb is ready to take on the best at Royal Ascot. Addeybb is among a final field of seven that has been declared for the Prince of Wales’s Stakes on Wednesday. Trained out of Newmarket by William Haggas,… Read More »

     
  • Whip rules slammed after dead-heat

    Racing Victoria’s head of integrity Jamie Stier says if ever a protest is to be upheld for a breach of the whip rules, it would most likely come as the result of a dead-heat. However, Stier said there was many complexities surrounding those whip rules. Jockey Billy Egan was suspended… Read More »

     
  • Schabau set to target the Melbourne Cup

    After an off-season cameo at Flemington, Schabau is set for another short break before trying to cement a Melbourne Cup berth this spring. Schabau resumed from 14 months off the scene recovering from a tendon injury and finished midfield in a 2000m handicap at Flemington last month, beaten 3-1/2-lengths. It… Read More »

     
  • Gailo Chop back in work and racing for his career

    Multiple Group One winner Gailo Chop will be racing for his career when he returns to the track as a 10 year-old in the spring. The $4.4 million prize money earner, a winner of 13 of his 37 starts, has returned to work with Matthew Williams, however any sign shown… Read More »

     
  • Nature Strip to follow proven path to The Everest

    A big believer in following proven templates, Chris Waller will stick to a tried-and-tested formula for Nature Strip’s Everest quest. The first horse confirmed for a slot in this year’s $15 million October sprint, Nature Strip is due back in Waller’s Rosehill yard at the end of the month. Waller… Read More »

     
  • Harbour Views passes crucial Moonee Valley test

    Harbour Views has passed two crucial tests ahead of a spring campaign with a dominant victory at The Valley. The win in the Inglis July Sales Series Handicap on Saturday came at Harbour Views first start at the track and his first at the 2040m journey. Trainer Matthew Williams said… Read More »

     
  • Shot Of Irish, Plein Ciel share Travis Harrison Cup

    Shot Of Irish and Plein Ciel have fought out a thrilling finish to the Travis Harrison Cup at The Valley, with the pair unable to be separated at the end of 1600m. Jockey Michael Walker tried to control Saturday’s race in front on $2.60 favourite Shot Of Irish and the… Read More »

     
  • Punters land mammoth collects at Eagle Farm

    With double figure winners featuring in three of the four Quaddie legs from Eagle Farm today, mammoth dividends for the exotic bet type were declared across the NSW and Victorian TABs. While the triple figure dividends across both States suggested that it would’ve been tough going for anyone to snare… Read More »

     
  • Love You Lucy wins the G2 Dane Ripper Stakes

    The Brisbane winter always produces a feelgood story and this year it is the Toowoomba mare Love You Lucy’s win in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Eagle Farm. The homebred and her veteran jockey Glen Colless tackled some of Australia’s best mares and scored a barnstorming win at… Read More »

     
  • Brad Widdup has spring in his step with Adelong

    Brad Widdup has already resisted the temptation to test Adelong in stakes company once, but he is unlikely to again after her emphatic performance at Rosehill. The four-year-old was all class as she took her record to six wins from eights starts in the Catanachs Sprint (1100m) at Rosehill on… Read More »

     
  • Vanna Girl wins again in G2 The Roses

    Jockey Brad Stewart put the icing on a wonderful winter with an outstanding ride to win The Group Two The Roses at Eagle Farm. It also completed a great carnival for the Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership who have won six winter stakes races including the Group One Stradbroke… Read More »

     
  • In Good Time scores upset listed win at Eagle Farm

    A decision to send In Good Time to Brisbane in search of firmer ground has paid off for Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley, with the mare racing to an upset victory in the Listed Ascot Handicap at Eagle Farm. In Good Time, having her third start back from a lengthy injury… Read More »

     
  • Attention Run earns shot at winter Cups

    A decision to abandon autumn carnival plans and focus on a winter Cups campaign looks set to pay dividends for connections of imported mare Attention Run. The Kris Lees-trained, Australian Bloodstock syndication bounced off a three-month break to win Saturday’s De Bortoli Wines Handicap (1800m) at Rosehill, scoring with authority…. Read More »

     
  • Ashlor holds on for narrow win at Moonee Valley

    Ashlor has relished the claim of apprentice Tahlia Hope in breaking through for an overdue city victory at The Valley. The 2kg claim of Hope brought Ashlor in with 54.5kg, 1.5kg under the minimum handicap weight in the Sweeney Real Estates Agents Handicap on Saturday. Apart from carrying 53kg in… Read More »

     
  • Wu Gok off the canvas to win the Winter Cup

    Chris Waller continues to dominate Sydney’s off-season staying races with the premier trainer again providing the trifecta in a local feature at Rosehill. Two weeks after producing the first three across the line in the Lord Mayors Cup, Waller was again to the fore in the Listed Winter Cup (2400m)… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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