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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Pinwheel wins Missile Stakes for Darley

    In a stable known for producing young up-and-comers, seven-year-old Pinwheel is a rarity but also a star as he demonstrated with his Group Three win in the Missile Stakes. Trained at Saturday’s race venue, Warwick Farm, by Peter Snowden for Sheikh Mohammed, Pinwheel gave his rivals a lesson in the… Read More »

     
  • Shanghai Warrior bound for a huge spring

    Pat Hyland’s approach to training might qualify him as a control freak – but he insists he is a selective one. The 70-year-old former jockey justified his methods at Flemington on Saturday when Shanghai Warrior won the $150,000 Group Three Aurie’s Star Handicap (1200m), predicting his new stable star is… Read More »

     
  • Spriggs lands Gold for loyal connections

    Blake Spriggs made the most of his only Warwick Farm ride on Saturday and in the process denied fellow apprentice Jason Collett a winning return to Sydney racing. Spriggs piloted the Mick Hood-trained Al’s Gold to a long-head win over Thumbtacks in the KARI Aboriginal Resources Inc. Handicap (1600m). “I… Read More »

     
  • Apprentice ends Moroney stint on a high

    A breakthrough win doubled as a farewell gift for apprentice jockey Harry Kasim when guided African Pulse to victory at Flemington on Saturday. Kasim, 26, gave a capable display to land his first Australian winner aboard the Mike Moroney-trained sprinter – and a few hours later went home to pack… Read More »

     
  • She’s A Fox enhances Golden Rose claims

    She’s A Fox stamped herself as a serious Golden Rose contender with another emphatic victory at Warwick Farm on Saturday. The Anthony Cummings-trained filly firmed to $9 with TAB Sportsbet for the $1 million Golden Rose (1400m) on September 15 after dismantling a small field in the Listed Rosebud (1200m)…. Read More »

     
  • Schofield bounces back with Kelinni win

    Promising stayer Kelinni avoided trouble in a messy race at Warwick Farm to give jockey Glyn Schofield a better result on an odds-on favourite than he had at his first attempt on Saturday. Schofield’s mount Norzita ($1.90) was well beaten in Saturday’s opening event but Kelinni ($1.60) ran out an… Read More »

     
  • Longport capitalises on Norzita misfortune

    Favourite backers were left lamenting after the opening race at Warwick Farm on Saturday but the Patinack Farm team was looking to the future with optimism after the narrow win of Longport. The Bart Cummings-trained Norzita was heavily-backed in the Australian Turf Club Handicap (1400m), opening at $2.70 before starting… Read More »

     
  • Walter strikes in Melbourne with Delzera

    A rare off-season raid by one of Sydney’s most astute trainers paid handsome dividends when Delzera stole a fillies and mares race from under the noses of the locals at Flemington. Guy Walter is a regular visitor to Melbourne’s spring carnivals where he has raced many of his top-line runners… Read More »

     
  • Mottled posts upset as odds-on shot flops

    One reputation dissolved with barely a trace and another grew from almost nothing as Mottled won the Anthony Fitzpatrick and Biagio Lombardo Handicap on Saturday. The outsider of the five-horse field at $12, Mottled created a strong impression, racing away to a 2-3/4 length win over the $1.65 favourite Mulaazem… Read More »

     
  • Flemington next step for Sepoy’s brother

    A 10-length win by a half-brother to a superstar colt was bound to create headlines. But premier Melbourne trainer Peter Moody is interested to see how Mulaazem backs up that performance when the colt tackles Saturday class racing for the first time at Flemington. The half-brother to four-time Group One… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield Cup winner to resume in Adelaide

    Stakes racing in Melbourne and Sydney looks set to be overshadowed by the return of Caulfield Cup winner Southern Speed at Morphettville on Saturday. The mare will resume in the Group Three Spring Stakes (1200m), a traditional launching pad for locals with spring carnival ambitions. Southern Speed will have 10… Read More »

     
  • Atlantic Jewel a champ who trains herself

    Mark Kavanagh could hardly be more modest when it comes to discussing the horse he has turned into one of the best in Australia and most valuable in the world. The trainer has guided Atlantic Jewel to seven victories from as many starts and to a point where she is… Read More »

     
  • Tasmanian stayer set for Caulfield Cup

    Hobart Cup plans have been replaced by something far more ambitious following the win of Tasmanian galloper Banca Mo in the Hong Kong Racehorse Owners Handicap (2040m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Trainer Scott Brunton said Banco Mo would now be set for the Caulfield Cup – and that he… Read More »

     
  • Relaxed And Happy an easy winner

    The promising Relaxed And Happy began his three-year-old season as he ended his juvenile campaign, keeping his unbeaten record intact with victory at Canterbury on Saturday. The gelding brought up an early winning double for trainer Chris Waller in the Inglis Bonus (1200m) after improving stayer Stout Hearted won over… Read More »

     
  • Stout Hearted proves staying potential

    Chris Waller has compared Stout Hearted to Group One performer The Verminator and will set him on a similar spring path to last year’s Metropolitan winner. Stout Hearted lived up to his $3 favouritism in the BMW Strong Relationships (1900m) at Canterbury on Saturday to beat Lethal Arrow ($14) by… Read More »

     
  • Rusambo redeems himself at Moonee Valley

    Handy colt Rusambo shed his underachiever’s tag and avoided the indignity of being sent to the provincial circuit with an upset win in the Sportingbet Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday. The Peter Snowden-trained Rusambo showed great promise in his first two runs in top two-year-old company last season and… Read More »

     
  • Frankel smashes rivals in 2012 Sussex Stakes

    As many of us expected the world’s best race horse ‘Frankel’ has eclipsed his three rivals in the Group 1 Sussex Stakes at Goodwood racecourse by over 6 Lengths. It’s not often a horse gets sent out at $1.04 and can be considered good value but punters who took the… Read More »

     
  • Hay List on the comeback trail

    Just days after connections of Black Caviar announced her indefinite break from racing, Australia’s second best sprinter Hay List is on the road to a full and remarkable recovery. Trainer John McNair declared he was increasingly optimistic about the chances of Hay List returning to the racetrack after another bout… Read More »

     
  • Patinack claims title for most 2YO wins

    Nathan Tinkler’s Patinack Farm has claimed the last two-year-old event of the Australian season, giving trainer John Thompson the honour of winning the most juvenile races across the nation in 2011-2012. In a homebred result for Tinkler’s racing and breeding operation, Longport, a daughter of Casino Prince, held off the… Read More »

     
  • Atomic Force bound for Melbourne campaign

    Dual Group One-winning sprinter Atomic Force will be an early spring visitor to Melbourne after proving his fitness with a barrier trial win over Secret Admirer at Randwick on Monday. The winner of the 2011 Galaxy and the Railway Stakes in New Zealand on New Year’s Day, Atomic Force was… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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