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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Kementari chasing first win after failed stud career

    James Cummings holds the key to the final black-type race of the Sydney autumn carnival with the three top horses in the market for the Group Three Hall Mark Stakes. Cummings will saddle up Deprive, who was $4 favourite on Friday, shading stablemate and comeback horse Kementari ($4.20) and Group… Read More »

  • Champion sprinter Redzel retired

    Australia’s highest earning sprinter, dual Everest winner Redzel, has been retired. Michael and Chris Ward’s Triple Crown Syndications which managed the seven-year-old’s large ownership group, announced on Thursday the gelding had run his last race. Redzel retires with two Group One wins as well as his victories in the first… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood’s trainer responds to positive confirmation

    Alligator Blood’s trainer David Vandyke has made an announcement regarding the horses second sample which confirmed the prohibited substance altrenogest in the swab taken from Alligator Blood after he won the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas at the Gold Coast Vandyke said in a statement that the positive swab and inquiry… Read More »

  • Alligator Blood’s second sample tests positive

    A second sample has confirmed the prohibited substance altrenogest in the swab taken from Alligator Blood after he won the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas at the Gold Coast. Trainer David Vandyke will now face a stewards’ inquiry at a date to be set. If he is found guilty of presenting… Read More »

  • Colette no certainty for the Caulfield Cup

    Australian Oaks winner Colette is high in Caulfield Cup markets but trainer James Cummings has warned punters not to jump in early. Colette has highlighted her staying potential with dominant wins in the Group Three Adrian Knox Stakes (2000m) and Group One ATC Australian Oaks (2400m) on consecutive Saturdays during… Read More »

  • Star studded entries for All Aged Stakes field

    Santa Ana Lane and Pierata head a stellar list of nominations for the All Aged Stakes on the final Group One day of the Sydney autumn carnival. They are among eight Group One winners in the 22 entries for Saturday’s 1400m-feature at Randwick which has a field limit of 14…. Read More »

  • Champion racehorse Might And Power dies

    Champion racehorse Might And Power has sadly passed away on Sunday morning due to colic complications. The Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup winner who was a resident of the Living Legends retirement home near Melbourne was rushed to Werribee Equine Centre on Saturday night but could not be… Read More »

  • White Moss doubles up in Sapphire Stakes

    Free-rolling mare White Moss has claimed successive wins in the Sapphire Stakes, appreciating a drop back to mares grade to lead throughout. Having contested weight-for-age company at her past two starts, including an unplaced run behind Nature Strip in the TJ Smith Stakes, White Moss was back to her best… Read More »

  • Con Te Partiro wins the G1 Coolmore Legacy Stakes

    Con Te Partiro has added to a stellar autumn carnival for co-trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott with the second Group One win of her campaign in the Coolmore Legacy Stakes. Bought from America as a broodmare prospect by Newgate Farm, Con Te Partiro was retired to stud last year… Read More »

  • Addeybb wins the G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    A daring long-range plan to aim Addeybb at the Queen Elizabeth Stakes has paid off in more ways than one for English trainer William Haggas. Not only did the horse live up to his billing in Saturday’s Group One race at Randwick, he gave Haggas something to cheer from afar… Read More »

  • Daring tactics pays dividends in Easter Cup

    The benefit of a run over a longer distance has shone through for Inverloch in the Group Three Easter Cup at Caulfield. Inverloch was dropped back to the 2000m journey of Saturday’s race after finishing second behind Mirimar over 2400m at the track a week ago. Jockey Michael Dee adopted… Read More »

  • Etah James outstays rivals in G1 Sydney Cup

    Glen Boss considered her his best long-shot ride in a Group One race and Etah James has proven him right, upsetting her more fancied rivals to win the Sydney Cup at Randwick. Making her debut for co-trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, the well-travelled mare has spent most of her… Read More »

  • Colette far too good in G1 Australian Oaks

    Trainer James Cummings has joined his father and grandfather on the ATC Australian Oaks honour roll with filly Colette scoring a dominant win at Randwick. The Godolphin-owned Colette capped a stunning autumn rise when she raced to a 2-1/2-length success in Saturday’s 2400m staying feature for three-year-old fillies. Cummings’ late… Read More »

  • Royal Crown races into G1 SA Derby contention

    Before heading overseas for a break, Mick Kent discussed his plans for Royal Crown with caretaker trainer Robbie Griffiths. One of Kent’s target races was Saturday’s Listed Galilee Series Final (2400m) at Caulfield. Kent’s planning proved spot on with Royal Crown successful on Saturday, but the three-year-old’s work is not… Read More »

  • Splintex lives up to expectations in the Arrowfield Sprint

    Mark Newnham thinks so much of Splintex, he entered him in a Group One race over the autumn carnival. That did not eventuate with the colt an emergency in The Galaxy (1100m) last month and subsequently withdrawn from a lesser race on the day. Splintex recovered from what was a… Read More »

  • Away Game stakes claims for champion honours

    If Magic Millions winner Away Game is not the best two-year-old in training, she can lay claim to being the toughest. Since making her debut in November, the filly has raced in three states winning the Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast, finishing fourth in the Blue Diamond Stakes… Read More »

  • Through The Cracks wins rich Provincial Championships Final

    Bargain-buy Through The Cracks has delivered Gosford trainer Angela Davies the thrill of a feature autumn carnival win at Randwick in the $400,000 Provincial Championships Final. The five-year-old gelding, who was bought for $7500 as a yearling, powered away under star jockey James McDonald over the concluding stages in Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Indy Car motors home to win South Pacific Classic

    Tom Marquand continues to make his mark on Sydney racing with the visiting English jockey steering Indy Car to a stakes win early on the Randwick program. Marquand missed the first day of The Championships through suspension but signalled he was back as a force in Saturday’s Listed South Pacific… Read More »

  • Untamed stamps himself on the G1 Champagne Stakes

    Peter and Paul Snowden have strengthened their hand in the Champagne Stakes, confirming Fernhill Mile winner Untamed is likely to back up in the Group One race. The Snowdens already have Sires’ Produce Stakes winner and race favourite King’s Legacy, while Aim could also run if the track is not… Read More »

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