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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Pierro reigns supreme in Run To The Rose

    Gai Waterhouse admitted to some uncustomary nerves before Saturday’s return to racing by Pierro but the unbeaten colt put them to rest in a few strides as he waltzed away with the Run To The Rose. The much-hyped battle between Pierro and All Too Hard failed to eventuate with the… Read More »

     
  • Thumbtacks brings up double for Waller

    Thumbtacks has won more $400,000 in prizemoney without ever racing in open company but that’s all set to change with the Group Two Villiers Stakes now a realistic target. Thumbtacks continued Chris Waller’s remarkable start to the new racing season as he brought up an early winning double for the… Read More »

     
  • Lady Of Harrods wins McNeil Stakes

    A horse whose name is derived from one of the world’s more mysterious tragedies earned some notoriety of her own with a courageous win in the Group Three HDF McNeil Stakes (1200m) at Caulfield on Saturday. A day after the 15th anniversary of Princess Diana’s death as a result of… Read More »

     
  • Darwin sprinter strikes first-up for Moody

    Darwin trainer Gary Clarke isn’t telling anyone where he goes to look for gold, but it could be worth following him next time he heads into the bush with his prospecting gear. Clarke was on the gold trail on Saturday when the speedy mare Dream Face, who he trained until… Read More »

     
  • Spring Champion Stakes target for Proisir

    The Spring Champion Stakes is a possible target for Proisir who maintained his unbeaten start to his career with victory at Rosehill on Saturday. The Gai Waterhouse-trained colt overcame trouble at the start to win a Hawkesbury maiden on debut on August 1 and led all the way in the… Read More »

     
  • VRC Oaks looms on Bloomingdale’s radar

    The temptation of a second successive VRC Oaks was placed before trainer Robert Smerdon by the impressive filly Bloomingdale Miss at Caulfield on Saturday. While Bloomingdale Miss isn’t in the same mould as her stablemate Mosheen who won last year’s Oaks and then enjoyed a stellar autumn, Smerdon is confident… Read More »

     
  • Nechita confirmed to run in Golden Rose

    An announcement about the immediate racing future of one of Patinack Farm’s brightest stars overshadowed another comeback win for veteran mare New Beginning at Rosehill on Saturday. As New Beginning returned to scale after winning the opening race, trainer John Thompson revealed go-ahead filly Nechita would run in the Group… Read More »

     
  • Pierro into odds-on for Run To The Rose

    Golden Slipper winner Pierro has been backed into red figures to continue two winning streaks in his return to racing at Rosehill on Saturday. The glamour colt firmed from $2.20 to $1.80 on Friday for the Group Three Run To The Rose (1200m) as he strives to maintain an unbeaten… Read More »

     
  • African Pulse early Caulfield casualty

    African Pulse is an early withdrawal from Caulfield on Saturday after cutting his leg. The four-year-old was second favourite for the Listed Theshark.com.au Stakes (1100m) on the back of his impressive first-up win at Flemington. However, trainer Mike Moroney told racing channel TVN African Pulse suffered a mishap that would… Read More »

     
  • Wall Street to reignite career

    A return to Melbourne could be the spark Wall Street needs to reinvigorate his career following lacklustre autumn and winter campaigns. The eight-year-old will resume at Caulfield on Saturday in the Group Two Memsie Stakes (1400m) which has attracted a quality field of 15 including Cox Plate placegetter Rekindled Interest… Read More »

     
  • Ironstein begins spring campaign

    Debate continues about whether it is too hard for the locals to get into the Melbourne Cup compared to the internationals, but last year it almost proved too easy for Ironstein. He narrowly missed out on a start in the race with trainer Gerald Ryan leaving him in the nominations… Read More »

     
  • Dunaden to return for Melbourne Cup defence

    Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden will be back to defend his title and will have his lead-up run in the Caulfield Cup. Owner Sheikh Fahad Al Thani’s racing manager David Redvers announced the decision via Twitter on Monday. “Pleased to announce to his legion of fans down under that a decision… Read More »

     
  • Amorino primed for Melbourne debut

    Sydney colt Amorino will familiarise himself with the Caulfield circuit on Saturday ahead of his Group One assignment there in October. Trainer Gerald Ryan says the Group Three McNeil Stakes (1200m) is the preferred option ahead of the Run To The Rose in Sydney which will be the spring launch… Read More »

     
  • Waller veteran to be aimed high

    Popular veteran Rangirangdoo could be given the chance to compete over 2400 metres this spring with the eight-year-old among Chris Waller’s entries for the Metropolitan. Waller will also nominate him for the Epsom Handicap over 1600 metres with entries for both the Randwick features on October 6 closing on Monday…. Read More »

     
  • Boom colt All Too Hard heading to Golden Rose

    A Golden Rose win to favourite All Too Hard would be the jackpot result for Patinack Farm and may rule Nathan Tinkler’s exciting filly Nechita out of the race. A half brother to Black Caviar, All Too Hard is prepared by John Hawkes in partnership with his sons Michael and… Read More »

     
  • Nechita shows class in Silver Shadow Stakes win

    Nechita has stamped her authority over Sydney’s spring three-year-old fillies with a record-breaking return in the Group Three Silver Shadow Stakes on Saturday. Trainer John Thompson knew he had a potential star on his hands but admitted to some nerves at Warwick Farm as Nechita was sent out the $1.90… Read More »

     
  • Pinwheel defends Warwick Stakes crown

    Pinwheel won’t make the top of Sheikh Mohammed’s honour roll but his feat to pass the million-dollar mark in the Warwick Stakes has him high on trainer Peter Snowden’s list. Under a confident ride from Kerrin McEvoy, the seven-year-old beat a field of potential spring Group One contenders to defend… Read More »

     
  • Excluded surprises owner with Valley win

    Owner Nick Williams happily admitted his judgment was astray after Excluded brought some minor spring cups into sight with his win in the Catercare Group Handicap at Moonee Valley on Saturday. Williams had made it clear earlier in the week that he believed the bookies had got it wrong when… Read More »

     
  • Golden Rose looms as option for Albrecht

    Talented colt Albrecht put forward a compelling case to be given his chance in the Group One Golden Rose with an impressive win in the Group Three Up And Coming Stakes on Saturday. Trainer Peter Snowden has his opinion on where the well-bred colt should go next but was keeping… Read More »

     
  • Corey Brown tips big future for Strawberry Boy

    Corey Brown has worn John Singleton’s colours to a Group One win on star mare More Joyous and believes the owner has another big-race prospect in Strawberry Boy. Brown says a good race is within reach for the four-year-old this campaign and hopes to stick with him after the gelding’s… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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