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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Catalyst ready for first Australian test

    Trainer Clayton Chipperfield cannot fault star New Zealand three-year-old Catalyst ahead of the Group One winner’s introduction to Australian racing in the C S Hayes Stakes at Flemington. But Chipperfield hopes the outside draw in the seven-horse field does not play against Catalyst because he does not want to have… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winning trainer’s torture case moved

    Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Darren Weir and others accused of torturing horses and corrupt betting have won a bid to move their case to regional Victoria. Weir, together with his ex-foreman Jarrod McLean, and stablehand William Hernan, appeared in Melbourne Magistrates Court on Friday. A fourth alleged conspirator, stablehand Tyson Kermond,… Read More »

  • Black Caviar set for Flemington appearance

    Luke Nolen has cherished memories of his association with Black Caviar and the jockey marvels at the condition of the retired champion almost seven years after her last race. Nolen has been reunited with the great mare in the past two days, with the now 13-year-old Black Caviar in Melbourne… Read More »

  • Nature Strip heads Royal Ascot’s wishlist

    Royal Ascot recruiter Nick Smith has already seen what Nature Strip can do and is looking forward to the star sprinter’s return in the Group One Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Saturday’s weight-for-age Lightning Stakes (1000m) will be the Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip’s first race since he dominated the VRC Sprint… Read More »

  • Peter Moody set for training return

    Peter Moody says he has learned a lot during his absence from training and will be taking a different approach in his comeback. The former leading Victorian trainer has reapplied for his licence and also made an application for a stable complex at Pakenham. Moody says he does not want… Read More »

  • Favourite in doubt for the Apollo Stakes

    Favourite Alizee is in doubt for the Group Two Apollo Stakes at Randwick with Godolphin reconsidering whether to run her on a heavy track. Alizee has performed on slow ground but she was well beaten at her only try in more testing going as a two-year-old. With Randwick rated in… Read More »

  • Dalasan ready for CS Hayes Stakes clash

    Despite one of the potential headline acts taking a different path, the Group Three C S Hayes Stakes at Flemington still has plenty of star power from across Australasia and looms as an exciting entree to the Australian Guineas. Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth was not an acceptor on Wednesday… Read More »

  • Rubisaki too good in $1m Inglis Sprint

    Victorian jockey Billy Egan has guided the Patrick Payne-trained Rubisaki to an impressive win in the $1 million Inglis Sprint-3YOs at Warwick Farm but he won’t be hanging around to celebrate. Just hours after riding at Sydney’s Wednesday meeting, the state-hopping hoop will be on a flight back to Melbourne… Read More »

  • Prime Star wins the $2m Inglis Millennium

    The race morning scratching of odds-on favourite Cellsabeel has paved the way for in-form jockey Tom Marquand to land his biggest payday, winning the $2 million Inglis Millennium aboard Prime Star. The 1100-metre feature was added to the Wednesday program after its scheduled Saturday timeslot was washed out. The date… Read More »

  • Happy Clapper ready for another Apollo Stakes mission

    Pat Webster has been without electricity for four days but he is convinced stable star Happy Clapper has lost none of his power ahead of an Apollo Stakes return at Randwick. Webster has been relying on generators since the electricity supply to his farm on the NSW central coast was… Read More »

  • Small field for the G1 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes

    Short-priced favourite Nature Strip is set to face six rivals in the $750,000 Black Caviar Lightning Stakes at Flemington where he chases his fourth Group One win. The Chris Waller-trained Nature Strip resumes in Saturday’s 1000m weight-for-age sprint for his first start since his dominant victory in the Group One… Read More »

  • Jockeys suffering from fatigue from too much racing

    Racing industry participants in Victoria are calling for an earlier finish to night meetings with jockeys citing fatigue from too much racing. The racing calendar has expanded in the state in recent years to include twilight meetings during summer along with two night meetings a week. Jockeys say they are… Read More »

  • Happy Clapper ready for return in Apollo Stakes

    Perennial fan favourite Happy Clapper heads the entries for the Apollo Stakes, the race that traditionally sets the tone for the Sydney autumn carnival. Three of the past four Apollo Stakes have been won by Winx while other high-profile winners this century include Sunline (2000, 2001), Lonhro (2003), GRand Armee… Read More »

  • Oakleigh Plate next for Free Of Debt

    Lightly raced Free Of Debt is out of the running for the All-Star Mile and will be kept to short-course racing for the rest of his three-year-old year with the Group One Oakleigh Plate his next start. Connections of the Adelaide-trained colt had been chasing a start in the All-Star… Read More »

  • Super Seth could bypass rematch with Alligator Blood

    Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth could bypass the C S Hayes Stakes and a rematch with Alligator Blood to instead chase a Group One win in the Futurity Stakes. The Anthony Freedman-trained colt made a stylish return to win the Group Three Manfred Stakes (1200m) and will be nominated for… Read More »

  • Shadow Hero set to return in Hobartville Stakes

    Mark Newnham has ambitious plans for Shadow Hero and is confident the talented three-year-old can live up to his expectations in the Sydney autumn carnival. Shadow Hero won the Group Three Gloaming Stakes and Group One Spring Champion Stakes during the spring and was spelled after finishing fifth as favourite… Read More »

  • Redzel on target for G1 Lightning Stakes

    Star sprinter Redzel is showing he retains his enthusiasm for racing as the dual Everest winner prepares for a first-up tilt at the Group One Lightning Stakes at Flemington. Seven-year-old Redzel was spelled after finishing eighth in his attempt to win a third Everest at Randwick in October and co-trainer… Read More »

  • Sylvia’s Mother scores an important stakes win

    The pressure is off Hawkes Racing after Sylvia’s Mother made a triumphant return in the Group Three Bellmaine Stakes at Caulfield. The lightly raced four-year-old collected her sixth win from 10 starts but more importantly Sylvia’s Mother picked up her first win at black-type level in Saturday’s 1200m race for… Read More »

  • Miss Siska scores important win at Caulfield

    Miss Siska has scored an important win for her future as a broodmare with a tough victory in the TS Carlyon Cup at Caulfield. Having her first run following a spring campaign that saw her register three second placings at stakes level, Miss Siska was forced to race three wide… Read More »

  • Alabama Express wins the G1 CF Orr Stakes

    A plan to target the CF Orr Stakes with Alabama Express has been rewarded for his connections with the colt upstaging the older horses in the Group One weight-for-age race at Caulfield. The Mike Moroney-trained Alabama Express had to do it the tough way from a wide draw in Saturdayโ€™s… Read More »

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