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Highway Handicap 2018 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Tough crumpet a bright light for owners

    She may sound sweet but Iamacrumpet is one tough little mare. The four-year-old will run in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill on Saturday after winning by almost three lengths at Muswellbrook last week. It is the Jan Bowen-trained runner’s maiden trip to Sydney, and the first metropolitan meeting for her… Read More »

  • The Lion roars home in Highway Handicap

    The Lion has claimed a second Highway Handicap win to ease the pain of what should have been his third. A post-race drug test after his victory at Randwick in June was found to contain an illegal substance and the gelding was stripped of his win. Trainer Michelle Fleming admitted… Read More »

  • Matt Dunn back in Highway Handicap mode

    Tristan De Angel has put Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn back on the Highway Handicap winners’ list and fuelled ambitions for the Country Championship. The gelding’s win in Saturday’s 1400m race stopped a run of Canberra winners since the ACT trainers returned to the country racing fold. Dunn said he had… Read More »

  • Sei Stella blitzes Highway Handicap rivals

    Favourite Sei Stella has blitzed the field to comfortably win the TAB Highway Handicap at Randwick. Sent out at $3.80, the Matthew Dale-trained four-year-old streaked away to claim victory in Saturday’s 1000m sprint by 3-1/4 lengths ahead of Lifesaver and Prince Planet. It was the second win in the past… Read More »

  • Canberra-trained horse wins Highway Handicap

    Training partners Keith Dryden and Scott Collings have celebrated the return of Canberra horses to the Highway Handicaps with Handle The Truth winning at Rosehill. Canberra was taken out of the series for country-trained horses last year when they were assessed to be provincial class but were reinstated from the… Read More »

  • Lifesaver stamps himself as a Kosciuszko contender

    Matt Dunn’s latest Highway Handicap winner has stamped himself as a contender for the $1.3 million Kosciuszko. Lifesaver has become the Murwillumbah trainer’s 18th winner of the Highway races for country-trained horses with his victory over 1100 metres at Rosehill on Saturday. The lure of the big prize on the… Read More »

  • Star Boy claims Highway Handicap

    Brett Cavanough isn’t sure if Star Boy is a Country Championships prospect this year despite winning the Highway Handicap at Warwick Farm. Star Boy ($6.50) was on speed throughout, kicked on the turn and held off the fast-finishing Under The Thumb ($14) to score by a short neck. Cavanough said… Read More »

  • Mister Smartee finally makes Rosehill

    Mister Smartee will finally get to race in Sydney, two years after Chris Waller’s plans to buy the gelding were undone by a failed veterinary examination. The now three-year-old arrives at Rosehill – Waller’s training base in the city – via Port Macquarie, where he is among Tas Morton’s small… Read More »

  • She Knows back in action with Highway win

    Punters can expect to see a lot more of She Knows after the filly returned from a five-week break to win the Highway Handicap at Randwick. The three-year-old tired to the line in the Saturday race over 1100 metres but held on by a half-length to beat I Am Capitan,… Read More »

  • Mar Nero on track for Highway Handicap

    Cameron Crockett has taken a measured approach with Mar Nero leading into the Highway Handicap at Randwick. The seven-year-old came to the Mudgee trainer as a 19-start maiden with a habit of missing the start and has won three races under Crockett. After the mare finished third at the start… Read More »

  • Gentle Annie hits the Highway at Randwick

    Mick Miladinovic admits Gentle Annie has been fast-tracked into Highway Handicap racing amid uncertainty over the future eligibility of Canberra-trained horses. As Racing NSW considered changing Canberra’s status from country to provincial in a move that would bar horses in the area from contesting the $60,000 races, Miladinovic thought time… Read More »

  • Zamex surges late to claim second Highway

    Zamex has unleashed another staggering finish to graduating from the Highway Handicap class with ease at Rosehill. Despite trailing the leaders by five lengths with 200m left on the first heavy track he had encountered, the $2.80 Sportsbet favourite stormed home on Saturday to beat O’Lordy ($12) by half a… Read More »

  • The Frick takes shot at a Highway Handicap

    A week after Nictock ran third in a Highway Handicap, Mudgee trainer Cameron Crockett is throwing stablemate The Frick into the deep end on a wet track at Rosehill. Crockett has applied the same philosophy to the four-year-old’s Highway debut on Saturday as he did when younger stablemate Nictock stepped… Read More »

  • Fifteen Sunflowers blossoms at Randwick

    Fifteen Sunflowers’ bad barrier manners have not been enough to get in the way of her talent at Randwick. The filly reared in the gates three times but managed to jump cleanly and stride away to victory in Saturday’s Highway Handicap. Jockey Jason Collett got Fifteen Sunflowers to cross from… Read More »

  • Eckstein gives Poland a rare Randwick win

    Jockey Heather Poland has made a rare ride at Randwick count by winning the Highway Handicap on Eckstein. Eckstein finished fourth at Rosehill on September 28 when she jumped with her head on the side and sat three-wide during the race. The three-year-old filly jumped well at Randwick on Saturday,… Read More »

  • Part-time trainer takes Rosehill Highway

    Part-time Mudgee trainer David Smith might be reassessing his other work commitments after Distinctive Look took out the Highway Handicap, winning $34,500 prize money. Smith, who combines training with his job at Gooree Stud, watched on as his four-year-old gelding streaked home to win the 1500m Highway Handicap at Rosehill… Read More »

  • Quatronic in winning trip down Highway

    Quatronic has pulled off the longest journey to win a Highway race, braving a nine-hour float trip to score at Rosehill. Sent out the $2.60 favourite, Quatronic repaid punters’ faith thanks to a front-running ride by Hugh Bowman in Saturday’s Highway Handicap over 1200m. It gave the champion jockey, who… Read More »

  • Trip to Sydney worth it for Moss My Name

    Moss My Name has made the trip from Mudgee to Sydney worthwhile with a decisive half-length win in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill. But it was a much closer call whether she actually ran in Saturday’s race at all. Trainer Cameron Crockett scratched her from a Highway Handicap two weeks… Read More »

  • Akasaki on Highway to become next Artlee

    Muswellbrook trainer Todd Willan believes Akasaki is the best horse to come to his stable since Country Championship winner Artlee. The three-year-old will be put to the test in the Highway Handicap (1100m) at Rosehill on Saturday. “I’ve got a very high opinion of this horse,” Willan said. “He’s the… Read More »

  • Different Moss My Name headed for Rosehill

    Mudgee trainer Cameron Crockett has got one of the best horses in his fledgling stable headed for Rosehill. The 29-year-old has 21 horses in work and they are soon to be joined by about eight more including stable star Barbass, who gave Crockett his first runner in a Group One… Read More »

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