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  • Araldo Junior too tough in Queensland Cup

    Tough stayer Araldo Junior has overcome a horror road trip and a drying track to give trainer Michael Moroney his third win in the Listed Queensland Cup (3200m) on the Sunshine Coast. Araldo Junior ($10) gave jockey Michael Cahill his fourth stakes win and his second Cup of the winter… Read More »

     
  • Queensland Cup results – 2017

    View the results and finishing positions for the 2017 Queensland Cup raced at Rosehill racecourse on 15/7/2017. Results: Queensland Cup results: 1st. 3 Araldo Junior2nd. 4 My Diamantine3rd. 7 Pop 'n' Scotch4th. 2 Soviet Courage — Just Horse Racing (@justhorseracing) July 15, 2017

     
  • Queensland Cup Field – 2017

    View the field and barriers for the 2017 Queensland Cup. Queensland Cup will be run on Saturday 15th July at Sunshine Coast racecourse. Time: 4:02PM Distance: 3200m Class: Listed Have Your Say: Who do you think will win the Queensland Cup? – Leave a comment below No Horse Trainer Jockey… Read More »

     
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  • Michael Cahill goes with Araldo Junior

    The prospect of a soft track has persuaded Michael Cahill to ride former German galloper Araldo Junior who is looking to give trainer Mike Moroney a third win in the Queensland Cup. The Sunshine Coast track has had a lot of rain in recent weeks and was rated a soft… Read More »

     
  • Trainer Brian Smith a true stayer

    Trainer Brian Smith can reaffirm his rating as one of Australia’s best trainers of stayers if My Diamantine wins the Listed Queensland Cup at the Sunshine Coast. My Diamantine is owned by New Zealand trainer John Wheeler who had great success in Queensland with the champion Rough Habit in the… Read More »

     
  • Fourth time lucky for Pop ‘N’ Scotch

    Laurie Daley might still be able to salvage something from his latest trip to Queensland when Pop ‘N’ Scotch runs at the Sunshine Coast. The coach of the defeated NSW Origin team, Daley is a part-owner of the gelding who has run second in the Queensland Cup for the past… Read More »

     
  • Punters hope to Pop some Scotch

    Three-time Queensland Cup runner-up Pop ‘N’ Scotch has met with solid support to go one better on Saturday. Pop ‘N’ Scotch is the only to horse to firm in betting, with online bookmaker sportsbet.com.au. The six-year-old has received early support and tightened from $17 into $15. Richard Of Yorke heads betting on… Read More »

     
  • Paragon to defy breeding in Queensland Cup

    Trainer John Sargent is confident improving stayer Paragon can continue to defy his breeding and give him his second win in the Listed Queensland Cup at the Sunshine Coast. The Sargent-trained Iggi Pop won the 2014 Cup which is run over the Melbourne Cup distance of 3200 metres. A noted… Read More »

     
  • Queensland Cup nominations – 2017

    View the nominations for the 2017 Queensland Cup. The Queensland Cup will be run on Saturday 15th July at Sunshine Coast racecourse. Horse 1 ARALDO JUNIOR (GER) 2 BACK TO ABILENE 3 EMERALD CITY 4 GODWOOD 5 I FEEL GOOD 6 IGGI POP (NZ) 7 KHADIJA 8 KOBI CREEK 9… Read More »

     
  • Pop ‘N’ Scotch set for another Cup tilt

    Much-travelled stayer Pop ‘N’ Scotch might not have another start before trying to make it fourth time lucky in the Queensland Cup. Trained by Liam Birchley at Eagle Farm, Pop ‘N’ Scotch finished midfield first-up in the Ipswich Cup on Saturday. His main mission for the winter is the Queensland… Read More »

     
  • Queensland Cup moved

    The final day of the winter carnival, the Queensland Cup meeting, will be moved to the Sunshine Coast following the closure of Eagle Farm. Racing Queensland has released a revised calendar for the remainder of June and July after consultation with clubs. Doomben will take over most of the Saturday… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller finishes carnival with Queensland Cup win

    Leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller finished the winter carnival the way he started it by winning a stakes race – this time with Murphy’s Delight in the Listed Queensland Cup. The win at Eagle Farm on Saturday was Waller’s eighth stakes race win for the carnival and gave him his… Read More »

     
  • Queensland Cup results – 2016

    View the race results for the 2016 Queensland Cup at Eagle Farm racecourse. Murphy's Delight wins the Queensland Cup from Pop 'n' Scotch in second and Viva Espana in third. — Just Horse Racing (@justhorseracing) July 16, 2016

     
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  • Queensland Cup Field – 2016

    The Final Field has been released for the 2016 Queensland Cup which is to be run at Eagle Farm racecourse on Saturday 16th, July 2016. View the Queensland Cup Field.   No Horse Trainer Jockey Barrier Weight 1 INSTRUMENTALIST (IRE) Dale Healey James Orman (a) 6 59kg 2 JIAYUGUAN (IRE)… Read More »

     
  • Third time lucky for Pop ‘N’ Scotch

    Pop `N’ Scotch will have the experience of Robert Thompson on his side when he makes his third attempt on Queensland’s longest race. The Liam Birchley-trained stayer Pop ‘N’ Scotch has run second in the past two Queensland Cups, missing last year by a nose when collared by Mister Impatience…. Read More »

     
  • Queensland Cup 2016 could be a Delight for punters

    Chris Waller has pretty much won every feature race this season and Sportsbet.com.au punters believe he will get another one this Saturday when Murphys Delight lines up in the Queensland Cup (3200m) at Eagle Farm. The stayer ran over 2600m last start at Randwick and closed off well late behind… Read More »

     
  • Weight instrumental to gelding’s chances

    Weight not distance is Dale Healey’s biggest concern as Instrumentalist bids to give the trainer the first feature win of his fledgling career. Healey, who took out his licence last November and has 20 horses in work at Glasshouse Mountains north of Brisbane, will send out the 59kg topweight in… Read More »

     
  • Tunes primed for 3200 metres at the Farm

    An impressive trackwork gallop has much-travelled Tunes primed to farewell Queensland with a stakes win at Eagle Farm. Tunes will be contesting his third 3200 metre race in four months when he tackles Saturday’s Listed Queensland Cup. The seven-year-old gelding was originally trained by Peter Snowden when he was in… Read More »

     
 
 
 
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