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featured 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Shanghai Warrior to bounce back in Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes

    Trainer Pat Hyland has put aside his worst fears and replaced them with renewed optimism for the spring prospects of highly promising galloper Shanghai Warrior. After consecutive wins that put Shanghai Warrior among the most promising horses in training, he plummeted from the big-race calculations when he finished near the… Read More »

  • Snitzerland impresses in Valley gallop

    Trainer Gerald Ryan took classy filly Snitzerland to Moonee Valley on Monday morning to tune her up and to educate her. While his first aim was a necessity, the second turned out to be almost superfluous. “She came here for some experience on the track,” Ryan said. “But she’s trotting… Read More »

  • Shoot Out pips Rangi in George Main Stakes

    The Epsom Handicap looms large for Shoot Out after he overcame evergreen barn mate Rangirangdoo to claim the Group One George Main Stakes at Randwick. The Chris Waller-trained pair kicked clear of their rivals in the straight and after an epic battle, Shoot Out emerged a narrow winner. The 1600… Read More »

  • Lady Of Harrods stages upset

    Lady Of Harrods produced a barnstorming sprint to squeeze out hot favourite Commanding Jewel in Saturday’s Group Three Thousand Guineas Prelude at Caulfield. Jockey Steve Arnold whittled back a handy lead in the home straight to edge past the unbeaten three-quarter sister to Atlantic Jewel and snatch a half head… Read More »

  • Ocean Park claims Underwood Stakes

    Ocean Park staked his claims for the Cox Plate with a dashing Underwood Stakes victory at Caulfield while favourite Manighar finished a disappointing sixth. Trained by Gary Hennessy in New Zealand, Ocean Park settled just behind the speed set by import Voila Ici. While it the the latter’s Peter Moody-trained… Read More »

  • Jacquinot Bay ends campaign with win

    Guy Walter is hoping next year’s autumn carnival is the time for Jacquinot Bay to shine after the up-and-coming galloper ended his first campaign on a winning note at Randwick on Saturday. Jacquinot Bay ($3.20) usually races back in the field but that plan went out the window early in… Read More »

  • Veewap scores despite betting drift

    Few trainers in Melbourne know their horses better than Tony Vasil. For that reason the trainer was mystified by the betting drift that preceded the Caulfield win of Veewap. “I couldn’t believe it, I was wondering what I must have missed,” Vasil said. He missed nothing. Aided by a patient… Read More »

  • Ichihara wins Heritage Stakes 2012

    Allan Denham made a welcome return to the city winner’s circle at Randwick on Saturday with Ichihara labelled the best sprinting filly in Sydney by her jockey Brenton Avdulla. A multiple Group One winning trainer, Denham has relocated from Rosehill to Wyong and downsized his stable. Ichihara is clearly the… Read More »

  • Lankan Rupee maintains perfect record

    Trainer Mick Price will resist the temptation to stretch Lankan Rupee out in trip despite his dashing win at Caulfield on Saturday. Lankan Rupee ($5.50) scored his second straight victory, accelerating away to take out the KS Environmental Stakes (1000m) by 2-1/4 lengths over Magnier ($5.50). The Peter Moody-trained $3.60… Read More »

  • It’s A Dundeel takes out Gloaming Stakes 2012

    It’s A Dundeel appears the biggest threat to fellow unbeaten colt Proisir in the Group One Spring Champion Stakes after his impressive display to take out Saturday’s Gloaming Stakes at Randwick. The New Zealand colt maintained his unbeaten record as he came from last in the Group Three 1800m contest… Read More »

  • Hvasstan on Victoria Derby trail after Caulfield

    Former national soccer league footballer Manny Gelagotis got a bit excited at a horse sale a couple of years ago and put his hand up at $260,000 for a yearling – and then got nervous. But the risk he and his brother Peter took when they purchased Hvasstan was forgotten… Read More »

  • Temperamental Zurella in Caulfield Cup bid

    New Zealand trainer Shaune Ritchie admits he has to tread a fine line dealing with his capricious mare Zurella. The talented four-year-old is the favourite for the Group Three Naturalism Stakes (2000m) at Caulfield on Saturday with a win giving her direct entry into the Caulfield Cup. While Zurella has… Read More »

  • Gai Waterhouse seeking fifth Newcastle Cup

    Glencadam Gold gets the chance to boost his prospects of a berth in the major Cups in Melbourne when he lines up in the Newcastle Cup on Thursday. The imported Glencadam Gold has just 50kg in the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups and needs to win or run a place to… Read More »

  • Proisir emphatic in Spring Stakes win

    Gai Waterhouse has another unbeaten three-year-old looking to make a spring carnival impact after Proisir was a contemptuous winner of Wednesday’s Spring Stakes at Newcastle. The champion trainer and stable jockey Nash Rawiller were left stunned by the colt’s 5-3/4 length victory as the short-priced favourite in the Group Three… Read More »

  • Epaulette wins Group One Golden Rose

    Epaulette led home a Darley quinella as Tommy Berry posted a breakthrough Group One win in the Golden Rose at Rosehill on Saturday. Coming from the back of the field, Epaulette ($13) went stride-for-stride with stablemate Albrecht ($10) over the final 200m before claiming victory by a head. Ashokan ($51)… Read More »

  • Bel Sprinter too speedy for Valley rivals

    Comeback galloper Bel Sprinter has joined the battle for the space which could be vacated by Black Caviar with a brilliant victory in the Group Three McEwen Stakes (1000m) at Moonee Valley. A series of injuries had delayed Bel Sprinter’s return to racing, but he showed with his emphatic win… Read More »

  • Feature mile targets await Ambidexter

    Peter Snowden has Group One aspirations for Ambidexter after the talented four-year-old resumed with a hard-fought victory in Saturday’s Group Two Sebring – Theo Marks Sprint at Rosehill. A full-brother to Group One-winning miler Skilled, Ambidexter is being aimed at races such as the Toorak Handicap (1600m) and Emirates Stakes… Read More »

  • Treymane excited about History No Hurdle

    Catherine Treymane has seven Group One wins to her name as a jockey but her first Sydney winner as an assistant trainer had her struggling with her emotions. History No Hurdle caused an upset in the Parramatta Generation Handicap (1900m) at Rosehill on Saturday with Brenton Avdulla aboard. The $26… Read More »

  • Precedence scores first win in two years

    If Bart Cummings is to win a 13th Melbourne Cup, it is likely that Precedence is the sort of horse he’d like to do it with. Whether the seven-year-old is good enough is debatable, but after his return to form in the Adapt Australia Handicap (1600m) at Moonee Valley on… Read More »

  • Waller trains early Golden Rose day double

    Shoot Out is Linda and Graham Huddy’s headline horse but High On Believing is part of a new batch showing promise on the racetrack. Wearing the colours made famous by multiple Group One winner Shoot Out, the Chris Waller-trained four-year-old High On Believing notched his third win from his past… Read More »

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