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  • Alligator Blood to target $2m Magic Millions Guineas

    Caloundra trainer David Vandyke has continued his great start to the season and is hoping to capitalise in feature races during the Queensland summer carnival. Caulfield Guineas runner-up Alligator Blood is back in Vandyke’s stable ahead of a short summer campaign. Alligator Blood suffered his first defeat in five starts… Read More »

     
  • Hey Doc on target for G1 Winterbottom Stakes

    Hey Doc has bounced through his Kevin Heffernan Stakes placing and is on target to head west for the Group One Winterbottom Stakes. Co-trainer Tony McEvoy was thrilled with the dual Group One winner’s third in Saturday’s Group Three Kevin Heffernan (1300m) at Sandown, Hey Doc’s first start since September… Read More »

     
  • Pacodali on target for G1 Kingston Town Classic

    A trip to Perth for a Group One race is on the cards for the Lindsey Smith-trained Pacodali after his strong win in the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown. Ridden by Dean Yendall, Pacodali ($6.50) tracked leader Setting Sail in Saturday’s 1800m Group Three race before striding past the Charlie Appleby-trained… Read More »

     
  • Jamaican Rain holds off rivals in Summoned Stakes

    Trainer Richard Laming has bounced back from having Jamaican Rain scratched from a race on Melbourne Cup day with a consolation win at Sandown. Jamaican Rain was scratched with a knee injury at Flemington which Laming said was deflating for himself and connections. Ridden by Linda Meech, Jamaican Rain ($12)… Read More »

     
  • Southern France takes out the Zipping Classic

    A late decision to run Southern France in the Zipping Classic has been rewarded, with the import racing away with the Group Two weight-for-age race at Sandown. Southern France finished 19th in the Melbourne Cup in his first Australian start and first for trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, and… Read More »

     
  • Savatiano races to an easy win in $1m The Hunter

    A rev-up from Godolphin assistant trainer Darren Beadman was all the impetus James McDonald needed to turn in a faultless riding display and win the inaugural $1 million The Hunter aboard Savatiano. McDonald eased Savatiano across from her outside draw, controlling the tempo and kicking clear at the top of… Read More »

     
  • Pretty Brazen wins the Sandown Guineas

    Pretty Brazen will be given the opportunity to tackle the top autumn three-year-olds after a courageous victory in the Sandown Guineas. The Tony and Calvin McEvoy-trained filly will be spelled following Saturday’s Group Two win and set for an autumn campaign that could potentially include the Australian Guineas at Flemington…. Read More »

     
  • Godolphin snares Spring Stakes hat-trick

    The new Spring Stakes timeslot has proven no hurdle for Godolphin who has claimed its third successive win in the Group Three Newcastle feature with filly Asiago. Sheikh Mohammed’s team had captured the past two editions with Astoria (2017) and Aramayo (2018) when the race was held in September. In… Read More »

     
  • Viridine bounces back at Sandown

    Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Craig Williams has turned around the fortunes of Viridine with a patient ride aboard the Godolphin gelding at Sandown. After finishing last at Flemington on the opening day of the Melbourne Cup carnival, Viridine came out on Saturday to win the Listed Doveton Stakes (1000m). Williams was… Read More »

     
  • Stephen Baster lands a winner and fine with final ride

    A narrow victory in the Group Three Sandown Stakes on Gold Fields has given jockey Stephen Baster a memorable finish to his career. Baster was riding at his final meeting on Saturday before retiring to begin a new career as a real estate agent on the Mornington Peninsula from Monday…. Read More »

     
  • Team Snowden stable with another juvenile win

    Peter and Paul Snowden have continued their strong start to the two-year-old season, adding the Max Lees Classic at Newcastle with debutante Tilia Rose. The hombred filly’s win at Saturday’s stand-alone meeting came seven days after stablemate Dame Giselle claimed the $1 million Golden Gift at Rosehill. Paul Snowden was… Read More »

     
  • G1 targets for impressive winner Xilong

    After breaking through for her maiden stakes race success, Xilong will have the bar raised even higher in her next preparation. Xilong led throughout to win the Listed Twilight Glow Stakes (1400m) at Sandown on Saturday with trainer Tony McEvoy announcing the filly would be spelled immediately. McEvoy, who trains… Read More »

     
  • Dusty Tycoon earns big ovation from owners

    Two-year-old filly Dusty Tycoon returned to one of the biggest ovations heard at the Sunshine Coast when she scored a debut win. Dusty Tycoon is raced by a Mirunners syndicate which has 1000 owners with several hundred of them on hand to watch the race. The Mirunners syndicates are an… Read More »

     
  • Azuro outstays his rivals in the Sandown Cup

    Ciaron Maher will continue to target Azuro towards 3200m races after the stayer added his third win over the distance in the Listed Sandown Cup. Maher, who trains in partnership with David Eustace, had $2.90 favourite Azuro and Wall Of Fire ($6) in Saturday’s Sandown Cup and the pair filled… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin and the Anthony Freedman strike again

    Godolphin and the Anthony Freedman stable continue to be a good mix after Hanseatic scored on debut in a stakes race at Sandown. The Freedman stable may not have large numbers for Godolphin but continually turn out winners for the “blue army”. Hanseatic continued that trend in the Listed Merson… Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing Big Bets – (Zipping Classic day) 16/11/2019

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Saturday’s horse racing around the country where the Zipping Classic and The $1m Hunter headline the day’s racing with most of the big money being placed at Sandown, Newcastle and Sunshine Coast. Zipping Classic 💰: View… Read More »

     
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  • Ventura Storm to back up in Zipping Classic

    Imported stayer Ventura Storm has raced consistently without winning this preparation and has also displayed a quirk late in his races which has his connections puzzled. The gelding, who runs in Saturday’s Group Two Zipping Classic (2400m), has a habit of lifting his head late and has done it to… Read More »

     
  • Racing NSW slams ABC’s racehorse cruelty story

    Racing NSW has alleged the ABC committed “serious and numerous” breaches of its editorial policies and code of practice in its story on cruelty to retired racehorses. In a 21-page formal complaint to the ABC, Racing NSW chairman Russell Balding claimed the two-year investigation – which showed confronting footage of… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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