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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Ibicenco wins Sandown Cup for Cumani

    Imported stayer Ibicenco will go to his new Australian home with a more impressive CV than the one he arrived in Melbourne with following his win in the Listed Sandown Cup (3200m). Ibicenco came to Melbourne as the least performed of English trainer Luca Cumani’s touring quartet, but ended up… Read More »

  • Hayes has surprise two-year-old winner

    First starter Bulbula didn’t have a lot going for her coming into the Merson Cooper Stakes at Sandown on Saturday. Her coat was still showing signs of winter, she wasn’t particularly speedy and she still had a bit to learn about racing. But the daughter of Shamardal jumped straight to… Read More »

  • Puissance De Lune headed for light autum

    A prospect as tantalising as any in Australian racing has emerged for the Melbourne autumn with boom stayer Puissance De Lune and world champion sprinter Black Caviar both scheduled to appear at Flemington. Puissance De Lune, arguably the most outstanding winner of the spring and nominal favourite for the 2013… Read More »

  • Kavanagh lands timely win in Matriarch

    Consistent mare Midnight Martini provided trainer Mark Kavanagh’s spring carnival with a glimpse of life with her win in the Group Two Matriarch Stakes (2000m) at Flemington. In a race that proved more notorious for the failure of the favourite Silent Achiever, Midnight Martini ($8) added immensely to her stud… Read More »

  • Happy Trails wins the Emirates Stakes

    Embattled jockey Damien Oliver has collected his second Group One win for the Melbourne Cup carnival after Happy Trails prevailed in a three-way finish to the $1 million Emirates Stakes at Flemington. Oliver has continued to ride amid calls for him to be banned after allegations surfaced in Fairfax Media… Read More »

  • Mental wins the Patinack Farm Classic

    Darley sprinter Mental has signed off from Australian racing with a Group One win in the $1 million Patinack Farm Classic at Flemington. Mental, trained by Peter Snowden, will be one of seven horses from Australia to join Sheikh Mohammed’s famous Godolphin operation. “This was going to be his swansong,”… Read More »

  • Experience counts for Direct Charge

    Trainer Robbie Laing has maintained his impressive strike rate in early-season juvenile races with the win of Direct Charge in the Group Three Maribyrnong Plate (1000m) at Flemington. The most experienced runner in the field, Direct Charge ($18) fought off two challenges, finally outlasting the equal favourite Crack A Roadie… Read More »

  • Dear Demi wins Crown Oaks

    Jim Cassidy atoned for a couple of luckless rides aboard the Clarry Conners-trained Dear Demi to guide the filly to a resounding victory in the Victoria Oaks at Flemington. Owned by millionaire adman John Singleton, Dear Demi came from well back to storm down the outside and overhaul favourite Zydeco… Read More »

  • Arinosa stands out among the greys

    It’s worth a fraction of the Melbourne Cup but like the big race, only a select band can run in the spectacle that is the greys only race at the Flemington carnival. On Thursday, the Chris Waller-trained Arinosa lived up to her $3.50 favouritism to take out the $100,000 event… Read More »

  • Shamal Wind lives up to promise

    Trainer Robert Smerdon knew Shamal Wind had class and ability before she ran at Flemington on Thursday, but he wasn’t sure how much. After her win in the Listed Gucci Stakes (1200m) he remains pleasantly uncertain. “I wasn’t quite sure how good she was,” Smerdon said. “This was her class… Read More »

  • Williams gets his reward with Cup win

    Lloyd Williams has poured his money, his heart and his soul into racing. His reward is a fourth Melbourne Cup thanks to Green Moon. Although it could be claimed as a local victory against the might of the European stayers, Williams had to go to Europe to source his latest… Read More »

  • Green Moon triumphs in Melbourne Cup

    Green Moon has upstaged a star international field to win the Melbourne Cup in a race dominated by Irish-bred horses. Punters looked elsewhere after his failure as favourite in the Cox Plate last month but Green Moon ($20), ridden by Hong Kong-based Brett Prebble, stormed home to beat Fiorente ($31)… Read More »

  • Green Moon wins Melbourne Cup 2012

    Green Moon won a fourth Melbourne Cup for owner Lloyd Williams when he beat one of the best fields ever assembled for the race. Ridden by Brett Prebble, who flew from Hong Kong for the event, Green Moon dashed to the lead inside the final 200 metres to beat Fiorente… Read More »

  • Oliver faces ban over betting scandal

    Jockey Damien Oliver has reportedly admitted betting on a rival horse two years ago and expects to be slugged with a lengthy ban from the sport. Oliver, who will ride joint favourite Americain in the Melbourne Cup on Tuesday, has told friends he is facing a suspension of up to… Read More »

  • Anthony Cummings wins again after Victoria Derby success

    Anthony Cummings’ belief in his own judgment rather than form guides was justified on Saturday as Fontelina won the Group Two Yellowglen Stakes (1200m) to cap an impressive day. The four-year-old Testa Rossa gelding iced the meeting for Cummings following his victory with Fiveandahalfstar in the $1.5 million Victoria Derby…. Read More »

  • Appearance in Myer Classic upset

    Appearance has upset a field of Australia’s best mares, including stablemate Streama, to win the Myer Classic at Flemington. Making her run from the back of the field, Appearance swept to the front at the 100m and then held off Soft Sand to claim the Group One. Secret Admirer took… Read More »

  • Fiveandahalfstar wins Victoria Derby 2012

    Anthony Cummings trained son of Hotel Grand has won the $1.5million dollar Victoria Derby at Flemington racecourse. Ridden by Damien Oliver, Fiveandahalfstar sat just behind the leader Jimando for throughout the race before taking up the running early into the straight and stayed on too strong to beat the horse… Read More »

  • Alcopop wins the Mackinnon Stakes

    Veteran galloper Alcopop has ended New Zealander Ocean Park’s unbeaten run of spring weight-for-age wins. Aided by Craig Williams’s deft navigational skills, Alcopop ($6) relegated the Cox Plate winner into third place in the $1 million Mackinnon Stakes at Flemington. Runner-up to Dunaden in the Caulfield Cup at his previous… Read More »

  • Zydeco stakes claim for VRC Oaks

    Zydeco has confirmed her status as the VRC Oaks favourite with a comprehensive victory in the traditional lead-up, the Wakeful Stakes at Flemington. Trained by Anthony Freedman for Sheikh Mohammed’s Darley organisation, Zydeco went into the Group Two Wakeful (2000m) as the $3.10 favourite on the back of her third… Read More »

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