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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Golden Slipper ambitions for impressive Minhaaj

    Champion trainer David Hayes has Golden Slipper ambitions for unbeaten Minhaaj. Minhaaj ($3.20) backed up an easy debut win at Bendigo with another dominant performance at Flemington on Saturday, winning the Group Three TBV Thoroughbred Breeders Stakes (1200m) for two-year-old fillies by 4-/1-2-lengths. Favourite Muntaseera ($2), who had finished fifth… Read More »

  • All Aged Stakes on the radar for impressive Fasika

    Trainer Joe Pride was a nervous wreck but he was feeling a lot better after Fasika raced away with her maiden Group success. The promising mare justified her $2.30 favouritism, bounding clear to take out Saturday’s Wenona Girl Quality (1200m) at Randwick by a length over I Am Excited ($10)… Read More »

  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 7/3/2020

    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.

  • Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare set for return

    Having confirmed himself as a staying star in the spring handicaps, Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare gets an opportunity to become a weight-for-age force. Vow And Declare makes his weight-for-age debut in Saturday’s Group One Australian Cup (2000m) at Flemington, his first start since winning the Melbourne Cup (3200m)… Read More »

  • Exceedance ready to excel in G1 Newmarket Handicap

    The Hawkes stable will send out two valuable stallion prospects in one of Australia’s premier sprint races at Flemington. Three-year-old Exceedance and four-year-old Trope run in Saturday’s Newmarket Handicap (1200m) chasing a Group One win which would enhance their futures at stud. Trope is yet to score at the highest… Read More »

  • Bivouac ready for redemption in Newmarket Handicap

    Trainer James Cummings reckons Group One-winning colt Bivouac has something to prove in the time-honoured Newmarket Handicap at Flemington and is ready to do it. Bivouac is one of the favourites for Saturday’s Group One Newmarket Handicap (1200m) in which four of the top six in the market are three-year-olds…. Read More »

  • Australian Cup attracts a strong field

    Harlem has drawn an inside barrier for his attempt at an historic third-straight Australian Cup at Flemington. Trained by David and Ben Hayes and Tom Dabernig, eight-year-old gelding Harlem has barrier two in a field of 14 for Saturday’s 2000m weight-for-age feature and is one of four runners for the… Read More »

  • Newmarket Handicap attracts quality field

    Five three-year-olds feature among a field of 13 for the $1.25 million Group One Newmarket Handicap at Flemington. Group One-winning colts Exceedance and Bivouac have drawn barriers 11 and seven respectively for Saturday’s 1200m straight-track sprint while Group One-winning filly Loving Gaby has barrier four. Four-year-old Gytrash has drawn barrier… Read More »

  • Catalyst ruled out of All Star Mile field

    New Zealand gelding Catalyst has been ruled out of the $5 million All-Star Mile with bruised fetlocks. Trainer Clayton Chipperfield sent him to the Ballarat Vet Clinic on Tuesday fearing he was not quite himself after his below-par run in the Australian Guineas. He told Racing Victoria stewards late in… Read More »

  • Gytrash on target for G1 Newmarket Handicap

    Adelaide trainer Gordon Richards is convinced his stable star Gytrash has improved since his Lightning Stakes win as he prepares to chase a big sprint double at Flemington. Gytrash upstaged Redzel, Loving Gaby and Nature Strip to win the weight-for-age Group One Lightning (1000m) on the straight track at Flemington… Read More »

  • King Of Leogrance heads odds for the Adelaide Cup

    Roy Higgins Quality winner King Of Leogrance is favourite for the Group Two Adelaide Cup after the declaration of the final field of 16. Trained by Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Danny O’Brien and racing in the colours of six-time Cup-winning owner Lloyd Williams, King Of Leogrance eased from $2.50 to $2.60… Read More »

  • Harlem chasing a third Australian Cup

    Australian Cup titleholder Harlem is already in rare company ahead of an attempt at a record-third straight win in the Group One race at Flemington. Since the Australian Cup became a 2000m race in 1964, Harlem is the fifth dual winner, joining Craftsman, Ming Dynasty, Vo Rogue and Northerly. Vo… Read More »

  • Regal Power on target for G1 Australian Cup

    After having to settle for second in the Australian Guineas at Flemington with Superstorm, the same West Australian connections are hoping to go one better in the Australian Cup with Regal Power. Superstorm made his eastern states debut in Saturday’s Group One Australian Guineas (1600m) for three-year-olds, closing fast to… Read More »

  • Robert Heathcote ignoring public Golden Slipper pressure

    Trainer Robert Heathcote is ignoring public pressure while deciding whether to commit Rothfire to the Golden Slipper. Rothfire made it four wins from four starts with an effortless win in Saturday’s Two-Year-Old The Jewel Prelude at Doomben. Queensland has lacked genuine star power in recent years but Saturday’s Australian Guineas… Read More »

  • Mr Quickie continues build up to $5m All Star Mile

    All-Star Mile contender Mr Quickie will continue his build-up towards a first-up tilt at the $5 million race in a barrier trial at Cranbourne. Mr Quickie finished second to Group One winner Homesman in an 1100m-trial at Werribee on February 18 and the gelding is scheduled to trial over 990m… Read More »

  • Australian Cup over All Star Mile for Fifty Stars

    Saturday’s Group Two Blamey Stakes winner Fifty Stars will not make use of his wildcard entry into the $5m All Star Mile instead he will back-up in the Australian Cup at Flemington. Fifty Stars was a gauranteed spot in the $5m All Star Mile after winning Saturday’s Blamey Stakes although… Read More »

  • Fifty Stars races into $5 million All Star Mile field

    A second consecutive Blamey Stakes win for Fifty Stars has given the horse’s connections something to think about. The five-year-old entire’s victory in Saturday’s Group Two 1600m race at Flemington has earned him a wild card into the world’s richest mile race, the $5 million All-Star Mile (1600m) at Caulfield… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood too good in G1 Australian Guineas

    The two keys players in the success of Alligator Blood say the world is his oyster after the gelding scored a courageous victory the Australian Guineas at Flemington. Trainer David Vandyke and jockey Ryan Maloney echoed each others comments after Alligator Blood withstood being taken on early in Saturday’s Group… Read More »

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