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Mornington Cup 2020 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Kerrin McEvoy sweats on Award Season start

    Kerrin McEvoy is playing a waiting game ahead of Wednesday’s Mornington Cup, hoping up-and-coming stayer Award Season can sneak into the field. McEvoy has committed to riding the Kris Lees-trained Award Season but the imported stayer is in danger of missing a start. Newcastle-based Lees brought Award Season to Victoria… Read More »

  • Stephen Baster to return in Hobart Cup for Gai Waterhouse

    Stephen Baster makes his return to Australian racing on Sunday when he rides the Gai Waterhouse-trained Power Broker in the Hobart Cup. The meeting featuring the $225,000 Cup will be the jockey’s first appearance since having his riding licence in Singapore withdrawn without explanation by the Singapore Turf Club last… Read More »

  • Durnford earns shot at Mornington Cup

    Pat Carey’s hopes of winning the Mornington Cup with Durnford were boosted on Saturday when the emerging stayer won the Prelude at Caulfield. Durnford’s fast-finishing win in the Listed Mornington Cup Prelude (2000m) delighted Carey but came on a day when all horses racing at Caulfield took a back seat… Read More »

  • Cummings’ dilemma over Diamond Earth

    Whether to win on Friday or speculate on Saturday is the choice facing trainer Anthony Cummings with his talented filly Diamond Earth. Cummings has entered Diamond Earth for the easier of the two possibilities at Moonee Valley on Friday night and the more difficult, but more prestigious, at Caulfield a… Read More »

  • Shadows In The Sun lights up with win

    A return to Group One racing is closer to reality for Shadows In The Sun after his first win for almost two years in the Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm. His victory in the 2011 South Australian Derby during May of that year gave trainer Anthony Cummings hope he… Read More »

  • Australia Day Cup clash for Waterhouse foursome

    Gai Waterhouse’s quartet of Australia Day Cup runners have a lot in common but it is their points of difference that will determine who comes out on top at Warwick Farm. Waterhouse will have weight of numbers on her side in Saturday’s feature with Tullamore, Reuben Percival, Travolta and Power… Read More »

  • Michelle Payne third on return

    Michelle Payne has finished third in her first race since suffering serious head injuries in a fall last year. Payne rode Fieldmaster for her trainer brother Patrick in the Summer Cup (2100m) in Hobart on Sunday. Fieldmaster was the $2.90 favourite but daring front running tactics by Jason Maskiell on… Read More »

  • Wandering Goldslick wins for new stable

    A mare who has had three different trainers and won for all of them, scored for her latest handler at Flemington on Saturday, staking a claim for a permanent address. Goldslick was having her fourth start for trainer Mick Kent in the Dover Handicap (1610m) and showed both adaptability and… Read More »

  • Options abound for in-form Tuscan Fire

    An abundance of options has emerged as the most pressing concern for trainer Dan O’Sullivan as he plots the progress toward the Adelaide Cup of Tuscan Fire. O’Sullivan has at least three choices of lead ups for Tuscan Fire following his successful step up to 2600m in the Rain Lover… Read More »

  • Altonio victory earns Mornington Cup start

    A drop in class encouraged the best from the Pat Carey-trained Altonio at Sandown on Wednesday. And the horse’s win in the Premier Signs Handicap (2400m) duly persuaded Carey to have another crack at a better race. Carey had been aiming Altonio at the Listed Bagot Handicap at Flemington on… Read More »

  • You Think So to tackle Bagot Handicap

    Trainer Mick Kent added another member to his team of summer feature race candidates when You Think So outstayed a handy off-season field to win the Bitalli Handicap at Flemington. Kent immediately promoted You Think So to join Werribee Cup winner Unusual Suspect in his assault on the Bagot Handicap… Read More »

  • Caulfield Cup position on the line

    The Caulfield Cup dream is over for Tasmanian trainer Walter McShane who has confirmed Norsqui will return home after a lacklustre performance in Saturday’s Bart Cummings. Norsqui’s Mornington Cup win in February guaranteed him a start in the Caulfield Cup but his seventh of 10 runners in Saturday’s Listed event… Read More »

  • Norsqui wins 2012 Centrebet Mornington Cup

    Norsqui trained by Walter McShane and ridden by Chris Symonds has taken out today’s 2012 Mornington Cup at Mornington racecourse ahead of imported galloper Drunken Sailor who carried 60kg and Sea Galleon in third. Tasmanian stayer Norsqui surprised even his trainer Walter McShane when he ran home strongly to claim… Read More »

  • Power O’raylee drifts in 2012 Mornington Cup betting

    Today see’s the running of the 2012 Mornington Cup at Mornington racecourse, this year we see a very good field with the Peter Moody trained Power O’raylee open as $2.25 favourite to make it six straight victories but has drifted out to $260 with support for Sea Galleon. Form Guide… Read More »

  • Power O’Raylee goes for six straight

    It’s not quite the winning streak of stablemate Black Caviar but Power O’Raylee has been stringing a few wins together too and is out to make it six straight in Wednesday’s $300,000 Mornington Cup. The four-year-old daughter of O’Reilly was a maiden after eight starts but had shown promise with… Read More »

  • Western Jewel to keep Caulfield Cup dream alive

    Western Jewel can revive a Caulfield Cup dream for prominent West Australian owner Bob Peters with a successful Mornington Cup raid. The Perth Cup winner only needs to score at Mornington to be assured of a start in the Caulfield Cup which Peters came so close to winning 23 years… Read More »

  • The Big Steel’s autumn campaign in doubt

    Autumn plans for The Big Steel are in grave doubt with the five-year-old suffering muscle soreness which has ruled him out of the Victoria Cup at Caulfield. Trainer Matt Laurie was hoping to have the grey peaking for the Mornington Cup (2000m) on February 15 and the Launceston Cup two… Read More »

  • Royal Mail to set to deliver again

    Emerging stayer Royal Mail will be looking to stretch his winning run and book his place in next month’s Mornington Cup when he contests the Cup Prelude at Caulfield. A winner of five of his 14 starts, Royal Mail has been in career-best form since stretching out to 2000 metres… Read More »

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