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Australian Turf Club Handicap 2018 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Surge Ahead adds depth to Cummings team

    The three-year-old carrying the least of Anthony Cummings’ weekend expectations delivered a timely win for the trainer at Warwick Farm on Sunday. Cummings had hopes for stakes success with Cluster and Drago but he admitted he was left deflated when they were beaten into the minor placings in the Stutt… Read More »

     
  • Chris Waller wins then loses after Warwick Farm protest

    Chris Waller has not only set a new benchmark for training winners in Sydney this season but he might also be creating a record for lost opportunities in the stewards’ room. Loch Leven, trained by Waller for multi-millionaire owner Gerry Harvey, lost the Australian Turf Club Handicap (2100m) at Warwick… Read More »

     
  • Stewards add a twist to Sydney title race

    The race for the Sydney jockeys’ title took a twist at Randwick on Wednesday when premiership pacesetter Hugh Bowman was suspended for careless riding. Stewards outed Bowman for four meetings for allowing his winning mount Stocky to shift in near the 800 metres in the Australian Turf Club Handicap when… Read More »

     
  • Hobbyists play starring roles at Randwick

    This season has been dominated by racing’s biggest names but it was left to two of its characters to share the spotlight at Randwick on Wednesday. David Mills, a veteran trainer known for his karaoke skills, and John Steinmetz, a hobby trainer who has three horses on his books, both… Read More »

     
  • Veteran trainer to help Bowman title bid

    A veteran trainer with two horses on his books and only a vague recollection of his last city winner could be an unlikely ally for Hugh Bowman at Randwick on Wednesday. Doing his best to see off a late-season jockeys’ premiership charge from Nash Rawiller, Bowman will be hoping to… Read More »

     
  • Australian Oaks target for Express Power

    Lightly-raced filly Express Power will be given the chance to race herself into Australian Oaks contention following her last-to-first win at Canterbury on Wednesday. While the leap from midweek company to a Group One is a big jump it is not without precedent, especially when it comes to three-year-old fillies…. 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 »

     
  • Calming Influence impresses on debut

    A Golden Slipper campaign has been ruled out for smart juvenile Champagne Cath but leading trainer Chris Waller unveiled another youngster with autumn carnival potential at Rosehill on Saturday. Waller was trackside as he produced an early double in the first two races before returning to the Gold Coast for… Read More »

     
  • Opportunity knocks for former English hoop

    A jockey who arrived in Australia with three bags of clothes and $500 in his pocket has the most to gain in the absence of Sydney’s glamour riders at Rosehill on Saturday. Household names will be missing from Rosehill because of Magic Millions commitments, presenting the 29-year-old English rider Kevin… Read More »

     
  • Peter Snowden makes carnival plans for Knoydart

    Promising colt Knoydart showed why his trainer rated him close to unbeatable at Warwick Farm on Wednesday with a win that promises to be a springboard to autumn carnival targets. It might have only been a midweek maiden but the Peter Snowden-trained colt put his opposition away by five lengths… Read More »

     
  • That’s A Good Idea in strong Warwick Farm win

    Positive riding tactics on That’s A Good Idea paid dividends at Warwick Farm on Saturday as the three-year-old raced to a convincing on-speed win. Sydney’s premiership-leading jockey Glyn Schofield went into the Australian Turf Club Handicap (1400m) confident of the chances of That’s A Good Idea and was happy to… Read More »

     
  • Glyn Schofield fit for Warwick Farm mounts

    A back problem won’t keep Glyn Schofield out of Saturday’s Warwick Farm meeting as he tries to keep his Sydney jockeys’ premiership lead. Schofield was stood down from riding midway through the Newcastle meeting on Wednesday because of an aggravated back complaint. He has had physiotherapy to ensure he is… Read More »

     
  • Bjorn to be a winner

    It has certainly been a whirlwind past few months for kiwi trainer Bjorn Baker. When he first arrived in Australia a couple of years back, he couldn’t buy a winner. But thanks to gun three year old It’s A Dundeel and staying revelation Cantonese, people are standing up and taking… Read More »

     
  • Glyn Schofield ride attracts stewards’ scrutiny

    Lilliburlero slumped to her first defeat at Canterbury on Saturday with chief steward Ray Murrihy critical of Glyn Schofield’s tactics on the odds-on favourite during part of the race. Lilliburlero ($1.75) rallied late to finish third in the Australian Turf Club Handicap (1550m) but was safely beaten by the John… Read More »

     
  • Boxing Day crowd disappoints Waller

    Chris Waller opened the Rosehill Boxing Day meeting with yet another victory but the leading trainer would have loved to have seen more people watching Hawkspur continue a winning streak. Hawkspur made it three wins on the trot with victory against a small field in the Australian Turf Club Handicap… Read More »

     
  • Winning double for Regimental Gal progeny

    Dual Group One-winning sprinter Regimental Gal appears to have passed on her ability with her daughter Lilliburlero joining her son Regimental Pride as a Rosehill winner on Saturday. Trainer David Payne said the stablemates were different types of horses but both had plenty of ability. The winner of her only… Read More »

     
  • It’s A Dundeel makes it three from three

    The margin was narrow but It’s A Dundeel confirmed his Spring Champion Stakes credentials with his come-from-behind victory over older horses at Canterbury on Wednesday. The promising colt came wide on the bend but was able to reel in his rivals to defeat Double Halo by a short half-head in… Read More »

     
  • Studio makes winning start for Waller

    Chris Waller’s flying start to the season continued at Canterbury on Wednesday, highlighted by an impressive Australian debut from Studio. Waller chalked up his 21st city winner in the opening month of the season with Studio, a dual winner in France, part of a winning treble for Sydney’s premier trainer…. Read More »

     
 
 
 
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