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featured 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Wu Gok returns to form in the Lord Mayors Cup

    If Chris Waller had a headache trying to sort out his stayers at the start of the week, he ensured it was worth it with a clean sweep of the feature middle-distance races in two states. Noted wet-track specialist Wu Gok led home a Waller trifecta in the Listed Lord… Read More »

     
  • Dawn Passage new Stradbroke Handicap favourite

    Champion trainer Gai Waterhouse has her best chance to win one of the few Group One races to elude her after Dawn Passage qualified for the Stradbroke Handicap with a clear-cut win at Doomben. Sent out the popular elect, Dawn Passage ($2.15) needed to win the Group Three Fred Best… Read More »

     
  • Ben Melham produces the goods on Tavisan at Caulfield

    Having begged to get more rides from the Mick Price and Mick Kent Jr stable, Ben Melham has produced the goods aboard Tavisan at Caulfield. Price explained he had an extensive chat with Melham a couple of weeks ago with the jockey putting forward a compelling case to gain more… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller trains first six in Doomben feature

    Tough stayer Le Juge returned to his favourite track to lead home a Chris Waller stable plunder with the first six across the line in the Group Three Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben. Waller had started the Brisbane carnival in low-key mode but won his first winter black-type race earlier in… Read More »

     
  • Godolphin’s Esperance upsets hot pot Fiteuse

    Promising filly Fiteuse has suffered her first campaign defeat at Rosehill, unable to stave off the late surge of seasoned Godolphin sprinter Esperance. An odds-on favourite, Fituese was extending to 1200m for the first time in the Trapeze [email protected] Handicap on Saturday and briefly hit the front, only to be… Read More »

     
  • Boris Thornton lands first Queensland stakes win

    Jockey Boris Thornton scored his biggest win since moving to Queensland when Scallopini got up in the last stride to win the Listed Hinkler Handicap at Doomben. Thornton, the brother of top Victorian jockey Damien Thornton and leading Queensland apprentice Stephanie Thornton, has been riding in Brisbane for the past… Read More »

     
  • Right You Are could be in for a big spring carnival

    Right You Are is showing the signs of a potential stayer after adding to his winning sequence with a fighting win at Caulfield. The Mick Price and Mick Kent Jr galloper is unbeaten at his past three starts after taking out the Nick Johnstone Real Estate Handicap on Saturday. A… Read More »

     
  • Soldier Of Love makes it back-to-back city wins

    Jockey Rachel King is building a handy record aboard progressive gelding Soldier Of Love, with the pair joining forces for another city win at Rosehill. The Bjorn Baker-trained Soldier Of Love is working his way through the grades and took his overall record to six wins from 15 starts with… Read More »

     
  • Vanna Girl wins again in the Listed Pam O’Neill Stakes

    Classy Gold Coast filly Vanna Girl again emphasised her versatility with a storming win in the Listed Pam O’Neill Stakes at Doomben. Jockey Brad Stewart was able to angle Vanna Girl ($3.20) over one off the fence from barrier 12 at the notoriously treacherous 1600m start. Her then got her… Read More »

     
  • Winter mission complete for September Run

    Sydney filly September Run has completed her lightning mission to give champion trainer Chris Waller his first stakes winner of the winter carnival at Doomben. September Run ($6) went straight to the lead and held on by a half neck to beat Plutocrat ($31) with a neck to favourite Gotta… Read More »

     
  • Maher, Eustace 2YO domination continues

    Trainers Ciaron Maher and David Eustace continue to plunder Sydney’s juvenile races, with Anders delivering their third two-year-old city win this month. Promising filly Macroura scored a brace of wins during May, highlighted by her Listed Woodlands Stakes victory, and Anders has added to the tally in capturing Saturday’s Darley… Read More »

     
  • Kementari’s half-brother wins at Caulfield

    Jockey Brad Rawiller has taken on board insight from his brother before steering Kementari’s younger half-brother Valaquenta to a determined win at Caulfield. The James Cummings-trained two-year-old Valaquenta returned to Melbourne racing in the Catanach Jeweller’s Handicap (1100m) having resumed from a spell when unplaced at Randwick under Nash Rawiller…. Read More »

     
  • Horse Racing Big Bets – Saturday’s Races 30/5/2020

    We take a look at the big bets the online bookmakers have taken on Saturday’s horse racing around the country with most of the big money being placed at Caulfield, Rosehill, Doomben and Morphettville. BIG BONUSESΒ  πŸ’°:Β Get the BIGGEST FREE Racing BONUSES here!

     
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  • Watch: Boom 3YO justifies big price tag

    Master Montaro has justified a lofty purchase price with a stylish victory at Geelong and is set do his future racing in Hong Kong. The three-year-old son of Toronado was purchased for $1.5 million following his debut win for Richard Laming at Pakenham in March. Unfortunately for his new connections… Read More »

     
  • Racing Victoria targets date for return of race crowds

    Racing Victoria is working towards allowing racehorse owners and some race club members to be back on course in July. RV chief executive Giles Thompson said June 22 was a key date as the Victorian state government announces any changes on further relaxing COVID-19 restrictions. Victorian racetracks have been crowd-free… Read More »

     
  • Fred Best Classic to shape Stradbroke Handicap field

    The Group Three Fred Best Classic at Doomben will take on even more importance with several horses needing to win it to make the Group One Stradbroke Handicap field. First acceptances were taken for the Stradbroke Handicap on Wednesday with 44 horses currently in the field. The field for the… Read More »

     
  • Mounting pressure on clubs to change spring carnival dates

    Lindsay Park senior trainer David Hayes believes the further the Melbourne spring carnival can move away from winter the better it will be for horses. Hayes, who is moving to Hong Kong next month and trains in partnership with son Ben and nephew Tom Dabernig, does not see the need… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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