Best Odds with Top Tote+ and Bet Back Offers!
Register at Australia's #1 Online Bookmaker!
Back A Winner!
Sign-Up to Australia's Fastest Growing Online Bookmaker!
Back Yourself!
Sign-up and start betting with Ladbrokes in 2 minutes!
Watch Live Racing FREE!
Sign-up now and Watch every Race Live and Free on your Phone!
Best Of The Best Odds!
Bet With Palmerbet and get Paid Top Fluc or Top Tote!
*Conditions Apply. Excl VIC, NSW, SA & WA. Gamble Responsibly

featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Leading vet slams Racing Victoria stewards

    Leading English vet, Pete Ramzan, has absolutely slammed the Racing Victoria stewards who scratched MARMELO from the Melbourne Cup, last month. You may recall, last year’s runner up was sensationally withdrawn a few days prior to this year’s race, and it created a firestorm, with Marmelo’s connections, particularly his trainer… Read More »

  • Lys Gracieux and Damian Lane win Arima Kinen

    Cox Plate winner Lys Gracieux has capped an amazing year for Australian jockey Damian Lane by winning the Grade One Arima Kinen at Nakayama. Having her final race before she heads to the broodmare barn, Lys Gracieux came out of the pack late to claim what was in the end… Read More »

  • Niccanova set to chase Bernborough Handicap

    Toowoomba trainer Steve Tregea will closely monitor Niccanova this week before backing him up in the Listed Bernborough Handicap at Eagle Farm. The $200,000 Bernborough Handicap is regarded as the grand final for 1600m-horses in the summer and Tregea won it last year with Bergerac. Niccanova won the Listed Brisbane… Read More »

  • Fast and furious action at Flemington

    Rapid racing is the theme for a twilight meeting at Flemington with all races to be run on the straight course. The seven-race card, run over 1000m to 1200m on February 9, will also host a country versus metropolitan jockeys’ challenge with races run at 30 minute intervals. Teams of… Read More »

  • Spencer caps a successful day for Bjorn Baker

    Bjorn Baker has taken training honours at Randwick, producing a hat-trick of winners that was capped by Spencer’s victory in the final race. Baker took an early scalp when Edison justified his favouritism to land a narrow win in the Schweppes Handicap for jockey Kerrin McEvoy. The three-year-old will now… Read More »

  • Isaurian keeps unbeaten first-up record

    Jockey Robbie Fradd claimed a treble when his late engagement Isaurian continued his outstanding first-up form at Eagle Farm. Isaurian made it five wins from first-up runs when he beat Scallopini ($5.50) by a long neck with 2-1/4 lengths to Fiery Heights ($41) in the Listed Falvelon Quality (1200m). It… Read More »

  • Quick back-up pays dividends for Passage Of Time

    The decision to start Passage Of Time on a seven-day back-up following a muddling performance has paid dividends with the gelding bouncing back to score an authoritative win. Trainer Joe Pride was perplexed when Passage Of Time raced below expectations last weekend and felt the big-striding horse may have resented… Read More »

  • Chains Of Honour lands plunge in Group Prix Stakes

    A snap decision by trainer Gerald Ryan to start rookie stayer Chains Of Honour in the Group Three Group Prix Stakes paid off when the gelding won his first black-type race at Eagle Farm. Despite having only his fourth race start and his second this campaign, Chains Of Honour was… Read More »

  • Spring the goal for Tulloch Lodge import

    A masterful training performance by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott has given French import Vadiyann the perfect start to his Australian career with the stayer landing a tough win at Randwick. Vadiyann showed promise in France winning three of his five starts but had not raced for 15 months when… Read More »

  • Team Snowdens next Aim is the Magic Millions Classic

    The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Aim has rocketed to the top of Magic Millions Classic markets after demolishing a smart field of two-year-olds at Randwick. Starting $6.50, the colt stalked the speed for Tommy Berry and quickly gathered in the leaders, spearing clear to win Saturday’s TAB Venue Mode Handicap… Read More »

  • Bagot Handicap the next race for Secret Blaze

    Secret Blaze has overcome a slowly run staying race to score a dominant win at Flemington and press his claims for a start in the Bagot Handicap. The Listed Bagot Handicap (2800m) at Flemington on New Year’s day will provide trainers Tony and Calvin McEvoy with a guide to Secret… Read More »

  • Gotta Kiss cements Magic Millions Classic credentials

    Talented filly Gotta Kiss confirmed her rating as a top Magic Millions 2YO Classic chance while runner-up Lady Banff also lost no fans at Eagle Farm. Gotta Kiss ($2.45) charged home along the fence to beat Lady Banff ($5.50) by a short neck with 1-1/2 lengths to Anders ($5) in… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 21/12/2019

    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 Eagle Farm. Have Your Say 🗣: Which BIG BETS will be winning? Leave a comment below.

  • Tasmania’s leading trainer facing drug and firearm charges

    Leading Tasmanian trainer Scott Brunton is facing charges relating to drugs and firearms. Brunton, Tasmania’s premiership winner, appeared in court in Hobart this week charged with seven offences but did not enter a plea. The charges are: * Possessing a controlled drug which refers to speed * Using a controlled… Read More »

  • New $1.5m race to boost Brisbane carnival

    The final day of the Brisbane winter carnival will have three million dollar events after the announcement of a $1.5 million weight-for-age race. Plans for the new 2200m-race, to be called the EVA Air Q22, were unveiled on Tuesday with trainer Danny O’Brien signalling it would be a target for… Read More »

  • Super Seth to return bigger and better

    A stronger Super Seth is in the early stages of his build-up towards his next preparation which will be aimed at adding more feature race success to the Caulfield Guineas winner’s CV. The Anthony Freedman-trained colt capped his spring preparation with a thrilling win in the Group One Caulfield Guineas… Read More »

  • Almond Eye scalp could cap massive year for Damian Lane

    Star Australian jockey Damian Lane will head to Japan with a chance to put an exclamation mark on a memorable 2019 when he rides Cox Plate winner Lys Gracieux in her final start. Lane will be reunited with Lys Gracieux in next Sunday’s Grade One Arima Kinen (2500m) at Nakayama,… Read More »

Copyright © 2020 Just Horse Racing.
All rights reserved - Privacy Policy

Gamble Responsibly 18+
*State exclusions apply to some offers. Please check T&Cs of each offer with the bookmaker. All Offers Exclude NSW residents.