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Inglis Classic 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Paul King, Richard Bensley on injured list

    Paul King and Richard Bensley have joined the list of NSW jockeys injured in falls over the past few days. King, who recently moved from Perth to NSW, fractured his patella in a fall at Kembla Grange on Saturday and underwent an operation on the knee on Sunday morning. Bensley… Read More »

  • Peggy Jean wears down Boomwaa in Classic

    Victorian trainer Robbie Laing came to Randwick believing there was only one danger to Boomwaa in the Inglis Classic. Unfortunately for him he was proved right when Peggy Jean, trained by his old boss Gerald Ryan, wore down her more experienced rival to win the $250,000 race. Punters believed the… Read More »

  • 2014 Inglis Classic results – Peggy Jean

    Race 4 – 2:50PM INGLIS CLASSIC (1200 METRES) Of $250,000.1st $150,000, 2nd $50,000, 3rd $20,000, 4th $10,000, 5th $5,000, 6th $5,000, 7th $5,000, 8th $5,000, Starter Subsidy $200 Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000Track Condition: Good 3 Time: 1:10.44 Last 600m: 0:36.70 INTERIM RESULTS [include file=”inpost_adrotator.php”]   Finish No. Horse Trainer Jockey… Read More »

  • O’Hara has suspected broken wrist

    Jockey Kathy O’Hara has a suspected broken wrist after a fall at Gosford. O’Hara’s injury comes a day after Peter Robl escaped relatively unscathed after he came off a buck jumping horse at Scone. Robl feared the worst when he couldn’t feel his legs immediately after the incident but subsequent… Read More »

  • Calthorpe hoping for Inglis cash return

    When it comes to training racehorses, Chris Calthorpe is a relative newcomer. But as the proprietor of Air Horse Transport he is well acquainted with some of the best of recent times having flown them from one side of the country to the other. Ironically, his Inglis Classic contender Armageddon… Read More »

  • Inglis Classic 2014 odds comparison

    The Inglis Classic is one of the feature races at Randwick racecourse on Saturday in which we see Boomwaa as the current favourite for the race. Punters can get the best odds on Boomwaa at Sportingbet, Centrebet and Bet365 where she is currently $2.40 in betting. On the second line… Read More »

  • Eagle’s early speed to negate wide draw

    Trainer Tony Pike is banking on Vinnie Eagle’s greatest asset to help him overcome a wide draw in Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Classic at Randwick. The second favourite behind Victorian youngster Boomwaa, Vinnie Eagle has drawn the outside gate in the field of 13. “It is definitely a negative. It’s always… Read More »

  • Robl airlifted to hospital after race fall

    Jockey Peter Robl has been airlifted to Newcastle’s John Hunter Hospital after he was thrown from his horse when it buck-jumped shortly after the start of the opening race at Scone on Thursday. Robl was aboard the David Vandyke-trained In My Image which began bucking about 100 metres after the… Read More »

  • 2014 Inglis Classic Field and Barriers

    Race 4 – 2:50PM INGLIS CLASSIC (1200 METRES) Of $250,000.1st $150,000, 2nd $50,000, 3rd $20,000, 4th $10,000, 5th $5,000, 6th $5,000, 7th $5,000, 8th $5,000, Starter Subsidy $200 Set Weights, Two-Years-Old, Apprentices cannot claim. BOBS Bonus available: $20,000Field Limit: 14 + 4 EM Form Guide [include file=”inpost_adrotator.php”]   No Horse… Read More »

  • 2014 Inglis Classic tips, preview and selections

    A $250k race for 2yo colts, gelding and fillies run over 1200m that is restricted to horses sold or passed in at the Inglis Sydney Classic Yearling Sale: Summer and Winter Books. The early favourite is Robbie Laing’s Boomwaa at $2.50. Laing has booked the services of Hugh Bowman who… Read More »

  • Bowman keen on Boomwaa in Classic

    A much-improved trackwork gallop from Victorian raider Boomwaa has reaffirmed his claims for Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Classic at Randwick. Hugh Bowman, who will ride the youngster for the first time under race conditions, partnered him in a solo workout on the inside grass at Rosehill on Saturday. While satisfied with… Read More »

  • Ryan hoping to have two Classic runners

    Peggy Jean showed Gerald Ryan enough at her first start to earn a place in the $250,000 Inglis Classic but the trainer has seen enough of Boomwaa to know how hard he will be to beat. The Robbie Laing-trained two-year-old, the nominal favourite for Saturday’s Randwick feature, has been staying… Read More »

  • In-form stable chase juvenile double

    The Hawkes training partnership has one of the leading chances in Saturday’s Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast but it is also poised to strike in the two-year-old race at Flemington. Invisible is second favourite for the Classic while stablemate Bugatty is the $2.10 top pick for the Better… Read More »

  • Uratta Belle to take Inglis Classic step

    Uratta Belle’s come-from-behind third on debut to Echo Gal gives trainer Kylie Gavenlock confidence the filly can take another step towards the $250,000 Inglis Classic. Saturday’s two-year-old race at Rosehill features a number of youngsters with the same goal two weeks later including Group Three Maribyrnong Plate winner Boomwaa. Uratta… Read More »

  • Laing leaning to Rosehill race for Boomwaa

    Robbie Laing is more likely to run two-year-old Boomwaa against his own age at Rosehill rather than against older horses at Flemington. The trainer has accepted with Maribyrnong Plate winner Boomwaa for Wednesday’s 1000m handicap at Flemington but has also entered him for the 1100m 2YO Plate at Rosehill on… Read More »

  • Debutante earns trip to town

    A barrier trial performance that exceeded expectation and some flashy trackwork have earned filly Just A Blur a city debut. The youngster was a dual acceptor for Friday’s meeting at her home track of Canberra and Saturday’s Warwick Farm program. But co-trainer Barbara Joseph confirmed Just A Blur would be… Read More »

  • Everage above average in the wet

    The Blue Diamond might seem overly ambitious but if it happens to rain in Melbourne over the next couple of weeks, Rosehill winner Everage could be on a float south. The filly made light work of Saturday’s heavy 10 track to lead all the way in the Spotless Handicap (1200m)… Read More »

  • Pride banking on filly to overcome hurdles

    He is renowned for rejuvenating the careers of tried horses but trainer Joe Pride is also proving adept at selecting a yearling. Most years Pride only buys a handful of young horses at the major sales. But that might change if one of those finds, up-and-coming filly Unimpeachable, lives up… Read More »

  • Wet track no problem for Taxmeifyoucan

    The prospect of a wet track at Rosehill on Saturday has forced a change of plans for unbeaten colt Rebel Dane who will be saved for another day. Trainer Gary Portelli confirmed Rebel Dane would now begin his autumn campaign in the Royal Sovereign Stakes on February 16. Fellow Warwick… Read More »

  • Autumn carnival aspirations for Shamardani

    A 2002 juvenile race is the form Greg Hickman uses to explain why he has such a high opinion of Shamardani, a winner at Warwick Farm on Saturday. The mare is a half-sister to Helene Pillaging who finished second to Choisir in the Inglis Classic before going on to forge… Read More »

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