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Inglis Classic 2021 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Sydney filly in Caulfield black-type bid

    Swing Vote is on Gai Waterhouse’s Blue Diamond short-list but whether she makes the final cut is still to be determined. The youngster will make her Victorian debut in Saturday’s Listed Blue Diamond Preview (1000m) for fillies, taking on an cracking field which includes Diamond favourite Miracles Of Life. Mark… Read More »

  • Metastasio to earn her way to Blue Diamond

    Of the many two-year-olds that have arrived in his stable this season, perhaps Metastasio has surprised trainer Peter Snowden the most. An impressive debut winner at Flemington on Saturday, Metastasio was promptly inserted high in markets for the Blue Diamond Stakes on February 23 but she will have to earn… Read More »

  • Marseille Roulette wins 2YO Inglis Classic

    Talented but wayward newcomer Marseille Roulette has survived a protest to win the lucrative Inglis Classic at Rosehill on Saturday. The colt’s outward shift inside the 100m mark gave James McDonald on runner-up Fuerza cause to lodge an objection against Tommy Berry but stewards said the two-length rule came into… Read More »

  • Classic role reversal for Direct Charge

    Tactics used with success on Direct Charge in the most prestigious two-year-old race of the Melbourne spring carnival will be the key to the colt’s chances in the $250,000 Inglis Classic on Saturday. Direct Charge blotted an otherwise promising start to his racing career when he finished unplaced at his… Read More »

  • Schofield after Classic win and title lead

    It will be hard to find a jockey with more incentive to ride a winner at Rosehill than Glyn Schofield. Schofield is chasing back-to-back Inglis Classic wins on Saturday when he partners the Melbourne colt Direct Charge. His booking comes at the expense of leading Victorian jockey Steven Arnold who… Read More »

  • Queensland trainer makes Classic journey

    A quest to track down the first foal of a mare he trained has led Harold Norman on a surprising journey to Saturday’s Inglis Classic. The Gold Coast-based Norman arrived in Sydney on Wednesday with his $22,000 yearling buy Cannyzing. Norman’s path to the Classic began several years ago with… Read More »

  • Gear change for filly in Inglis Classic

    Kris Lees has delved into his bag of tricks in a quest to win Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Classic with Devil In A Dress. The filly will wear blinkers for the first time in the lucrative 1200m race which is restricted to graduates of the 2012 sale of the same name…. Read More »

  • Single set for first step in comeback

    A horse with a joint held together by screws, and a jockey who had the same affliction until recently, will team up with trainer Craig Carmody at Rosehill on Saturday. Promising gelding Single makes his comeback in the Rosehill Gardens Handicap (1400m), nine months after undergoing surgery to rectify a… Read More »

  • Robl backs trainer’s judgment for Classic

    The race might be limited to a select pool of horses but the Inglis Classic can go a long towards confirming a jockey’s opinion of the trainer he is riding for on Saturday. Peter Robl will partner a last-start bush winner in the $250,000 Inglis Classic at Rosehill but he… Read More »

  • Brown fit and ready for action at Rosehill

    Leading Sydney jockey Corey Brown will return to the saddle in considerably less pain than when he left it at the start of the year. Brown eased his way back into riding after shoulder surgey with four barrier trial mounts on Tuesday and then declared himself fit for a promising… Read More »

  • Standard Bearer up to the mark for Inglis Classic 2013

    An extra 200 metres and a return to Rosehill are the factors boosting Noel Mayfield-Smith’s confidence in Standard Bearer ahead of the 250,000 Inglis Classic. The colt has run fourth at his past two starts over 1000 metres at Warwick Farm but his trainer says the bigger track for Saturday’s… Read More »

  • Twilight Royale ready for her next test

    Twilight Royale will be back at the scene of her lucrative debut win on Saturday to try to cement a trip to Victoria for another big pay day. Twilight Royale played her part in a quinella for trainer Bjorn Baker in the Inglis Nursery on December 22, holding off stablemate… Read More »

  • Direct Charge in Sydney lead-up to Inglis Classic

    Maribyrnong Plate winner Direct Charge will get valuable Sydney race experience on Saturday ahead of a tilt at the lucrative Inglis Classic. Victorian trainer Robbie Laing has selected Saturday’s TAB Number One Club Plate (1000m) at Warwick Farm as colt’s lead-in to the $250,000 Inglis Classic at Rosehill two weeks… Read More »

  • Nursery win would be Sweet for Nickson

    On exposed form Warwick Farm trainer Gary Nickson believes he has every reason to be confident ahead of Saturday’s Inglis Nursery Stakes. Nickson will saddle up debut winner Sweet Kiss in the $250,000 sales-restricted event at his home track and has hopes it won’t be the only rich juvenile race… Read More »

  • Form stacks up for Standard Bearer

    The winning performance of a rival trainer’s horse has boosted Noel Mayfield-Smith’s confidence as he takes aim at Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Nursery with two-year-old Standard Bearer. The David Payne-trained Regimental Pride beat Standard Bearer by just a short half-head at Rosehill in October and reinforced that win with victory on… Read More »

  • War Charm takes next step at Rosehill

    Peter Robl bounced straight back from a narrow Inglis Classic defeat with an impressive victory aboard promising three-year-old War Charm at Rosehill.

  • Gerald Ryan sends out the cavalry

    Cavalry Rose made a wayward but winning debut to double her purchase price at Rosehill with a stirring victory over Diamond Earth in the Inglis Classic at Rosehill on Saturday.

  • Classic race rich reward for owners

    Saturday’s $250,000 Inglis Classic might not be a race for the purists but trainer David Payne believes it is a great incentive for owners.

  • Anthony Cummings unearths a diamond

    Another lucrative pay day looms for Diamond Earth at Rosehill when the Anthony Cummings trained filly attacks the $250,000 Inglis Classic.


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