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  • Coolmore Classic plans for for Sylvia’s Mother

    Talented mare Sylvia’s Mother has handled a step up in distance at Flemington with aplomb to claim the second straight stakes win of her preparation. Sylvia’s Mother stepped up to 1400m for the first time in Saturday’s Group Three Frances Tressady Stakes for fillies and mares and the $2.40 favourite… Read More »

     
  • John Thompson unveils 2020 Golden Slipper wildcard

    An elated John Thompson has his first Golden Slipper runner, with debutant Mamaragan securing a start after upstaging his more experienced rivals to win the Skyline Stakes at Randwick. The colt was ridden brilliantly by Blake Shinn, who flew in from Hong Kong to partner Thompson’s three stakes runners at… Read More »

     
  • No Golden Slipper plans for star Rothfire

    Trainer Robert Heathcote refused to be drawn into speculation star two-year-old Rothfire could be a late entry for the Group One Golden Slipper after the gelding remained unbeaten at Doomben. Starting the shortest-priced favourite in Brisbane in years, Rothfire ($1.16) bounced straight to the lead on Saturday and went on… Read More »

     
  • Golden Slipper a possibility for impressive Ilovemyself

    Trainer Greg Eurell will consider a trip to Sydney for Ilovemyself after the colt overcame a difficult passage to win on debut at Flemington. Jockey Damien Oliver had to use all his skill to get Ilovemyself a clear path in forging his way to victory in Saturday’s Listed Very Special… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller filly books Golden Slipper start

    Unheralded filly Hungry Heart has won her way into the Golden Slipper with an impressive Sweet Embrace Stakes victory to give sire Frankel his first two-year-old stakes winner in Australia. Trainer Chris Waller initially had Blue Diamond aspirations for the youngster but changed course to Sydney when she finished runner-up… Read More »

     
  • Danny O’Brien and Lloyd Williams team up for first winner

    Six-time Melbourne Cup-winning owner Lloyd Williams and last year’s Cup-winning trainer Danny O’Brien have combined for a staying race win at Flemington with import King Of Leogrance. With Williams deciding to put his Macedon Lodge property on the market, a number of his locally based horses that have been prepared… Read More »

     
  • Eric The Eel confirms G1 Sydney trip

    Tough three-year-old Eric The Eel has confirmed a trip to Sydney with his last-to-first win at Doomben. Wearing blinkers for the first time, Eric The Eel, the $2.45 favourite, dropped out to last but swept around the field from the 600m to score by a length to Malawi Gold ($9.50)… Read More »

     
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  • Horse Racing Big Bets – 29/2/2020

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

     
  • Australian Guineas more than a match race

    Alligator Blood’s jockey Ryan Maloney is not approaching the Australian Guineas as a two-horse race between his horse and Catalyst. While the recent C S Hayes Stakes developed into a match race between Queensland star Alligator Blood and New Zealander Catalyst, Maloney has a healthy respect for their rivals. Alligator… Read More »

     
  • Alabama Express the forgotten horse in Australian Guineas

    Trainer Mike Moroney hopes Alabama Express can win the Australian Guineas in Melbourne while Randwick Guineas plans for Harlech will become clearer after an important gallop in New Zealand. Moroney saddles up Alabama Express in Saturday’s $1 million Australian Guineas at Flemington, with the colt trying to add a Group… Read More »

     
  • Alligator Blood after first G1 in Australian Guineas

    A Group One win is missing from Alligator Blood’s growing list of achievements and trainer David Vandyke hopes that is about to change. Alligator Blood’s agonisingly close second to Super Seth in the $2 million Group One Caulfield Guineas last October is the star Queensland three-year-old’s only defeat in 10… Read More »

     
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  • Small Field for the G1 Australian Guineas

    Queensland star Alligator Blood and New Zealander Catalyst headline the field of eight for the Group One Australian Guineas at Flemington. Alligator Blood has drawn barrier two for Saturday’s $1 million race for three-year-olds over 1600m while Catalyst is set to jump from barrier four. The pair staged a stirring… Read More »

     
  • $5m All Star Mile emergency list announced

    Dual Group One winner Fierce Impact heads the list of provisional emergency runners for the All-Star Mile at Caulfield and is also in line for a wild card. Last week the 10 most popular horses voted by the public were announced leaving five spots open. Streets Of Avalon cemented his… Read More »

     
  • Alligator Blood ready to pounce in Australian Guineas

    A good recovery following a gallop at Flemington in preparation for the Australian Guineas is what trainer David Vandyke has been looking for from stable star Alligator Blood. The gallop on Tuesday showed Vandyke Alligator Blood had recovered from his fighting win over Catalyst in the C S Hayes Stakes… Read More »

     
  • Star Japanese horse to target Doncaster Mile

    Having captured the Cox Plate with Lys Gracieux, Japanese trainer Yoshito Yahagi is eyeing off Australia’s richest 1600m-handicap, the Doncaster Mile, with Mozu Ascot. The Yahagi-trained horse won Sunday’s Grade One February Stakes at Tokyo to confirm plans to bring him to Sydney for the $3 million Doncaster Mile on… Read More »

     
  • Catalyst ready to draw blood in Australian Guineas

    New Zealand trainer Clayton Chipperfield is confident Catalyst can turn the tables on Queensland star Alligator Blood in the Group One Australian Guineas. Alligator Blood prevailed over Catalyst by a short head when they fought out the C S Hayes Stakes (1400m) last Saturday week. They will clash again in… Read More »

     
  • Caulfield track manager disappointed by pattern

    Caulfield track manager Jason Kerr admits he was disappointed and surprised by the way the track played on Blue Diamond Stakes day. Kerr says he will not be reinventing the wheel when he prepares the surface for its next major meeting featuring the $5 million All-Star Mile in three weeks…. Read More »

     
 
 
 
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