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Highway Handicap 2022 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Dean Mirfin’s trio to tackle Highway Handicap

    The Bathurst trainer has nominated three gallopers for the 1800m Class Three event, with Whatsin (57kg) set to be one of the top weights, while Hamogany (55kg) is all but guaranteed a start. Saint Ay (54kg) currently sits 20th in the order of entry and will need some luck to feature in the… Read More »

  • Gayna Williams trio ready to fire in the Highway

    Bathurst-based Gayna Williams will send a trio of chances to Rosehill on Saturday to contest the Tab Highway Plate (1500m). Tags, Zoo Station and Bondi Blue will make the trip to Sydney and all three have the ability to win on Saturday. The most interesting runner is Tags, a rising four-year-old gelding… Read More »

  • Jeremy Gask on weather watch with Randwick runners

    Track conditions at Randwick will determine whether Scone conditioner Jeremy Gask runs two in-form stablemates. Regardless of whether Orbital Express takes her place in the Highway Handicap at Randwick, trainer Jeremy Gask is growing in confidence that the superbly bred filly is going to make her mark. By top stallion Zoustar… Read More »

  • Monterey Zar set to cap injury comeback in Highway Handicap

    Wagga trainer Gary Colvin already has one Kosciuszko contender on his books and he is hoping to unearth another when Monterey Zar takes the next step in his remarkable comeback in the Highway Handicap at Randwick. The gelding sustained a tendon injury after winning his third start at Wagga in December 2018… Read More »

  • Tejori lives up to Highway Handicap favouritism

    Canberra trainer Nick Olive admits he had more than a few nerves ahead he Tejori’s Highway Handicap bid at Randwick but he need not have worried. The filly lived up to her $3.70 favouritism in Saturday’s 1200m-sprint when she beat Ready To Humble ($6.50) by a decisive three-quarters of a… Read More »

  • Highway Handicaps give good lead to Country Championships

    On a day of recognition for NSW country areas, two Highway Handicaps at Randwick have given connections something to cheer about. Saturday was dedicated to Racing for the Bushfires, comprising fund raising efforts to help livestock and other animals affected by the long-term drought and fires in the state over… Read More »

  • Gunga Din outclasses Highway Handicap rivals

    Canberra gelding Gunga Din has relished a hot tempo to street his Highway Handicap rivals and pull off another training coup for veteran horseman Keith Dryden. With Acquittal overdoing things in front, Nash Rawiller settled Gunga Din ($3.90 fav) midfield and the four-year-old quickly gathered in his rivals on straightening… Read More »

  • Highway Handicap luck finally shines on Lady Demi

    A run of bad luck in Highway Handicaps finally turned for Terry Robinson when Lady Demi got the decision in a deceptive photo finish at Randwick. Robinson was ruing his luck when Lady Demi and Rioli went to the line together and said he didn’t think she’d won. “No I… Read More »

  • Scone mare shows Heart to win Highway Handicap

    Disappointment has quickly turned to joy for jockey Jason Collett who won the opening race on Winx Stakes day at Randwick after originally being earmarked to ride a rival runner. Collett had been pencilled in to partner Bellarina Magic for Brett Cavanough in the TAB Highway Handicap (1100m) but could… Read More »

  • Rare ride for jockey a tip for punters at Randwick

    Sometimes just watching the fields come out leads you to a tip. For instance when Saturday’s fields for Randwick arrived, and you looked through them, the TAB Highway shone brightly. This is because Greg Ryan had a ride. Why is that significant? Well, Greg Ryan is the winningest jockey in… Read More »

  • Todd Howlett lays Siege to Highway Handicap at Randwick

    Todd Howlett has already received some good news this week and he’s hoping there’s more to come when he takes Siege Warfare to Randwick for the Tab Highway Handicap. The Hunter-based trainer welcomed the announcement earlier this week that Racing NSW would be boosting prize money for a number of… Read More »

  • Gumshoe scores tough Highway Handicap win

    Port Macquarie trainer Marc Quinn is already looking a long way into the future with Randwick winner Gumshoe who he believes can be a genuine Country Championship contender. The $500,000 final of the Country Championship series is not until next April and Quinn has to decide the right path to… Read More »

  • Danny Williams trio hit the Highway to Rosehill

    Danny Williams plans to have a significant representation in next year’s Country Championships and one of his leading contenders will be in action at Rosehill on Saturday. The Goulburn trainer has up to eight horses earmarked as candidates for the series, restricted to country-trained horses and culminates in a Final… Read More »

  • 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 »


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