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The Championships 2022 Field, Odds, Results, Tips

  • Timing perfect for back-up Queen

    Trainer Brad Widdup is relying to a tried and tested formula to help luckless mare Icebath snare an elusive Group 1 win on the second day of The Championships at Randwick. Two of the five-year-old’s best runs have been on a seven-day back-up – her narrow second to Colette on… Read More »

  • Queen Elizabeth Stakes headlines Day 2 of The Championships

    Day 2 of The Championships shapes to be another captivating spectacle with world-class runners set to star across the four Group 1 contests at Randwick on Saturday. Front-lined by what is sure to be another seriously competitive edition of the Queen Elizabeth Stakes (QE) Stakes (2000m), racing enthusiasts will be… Read More »

  • Doncaster Mile headlines Day 1 of The Championships

    Spearheaded by the Doncaster Mile (1600m), Saturday’s Day 1 of The Championships is set to kick off in style with fellow G1 features: the TJ Smith Stakes (1200m), Australian Derby (2400m) and the Inglis Sires (1400m). Getting in light at the weights and chasing a hat-trick of Group 1 victories,… Read More »

  • Brutality savages them in the Villiers Stakes

    He wasn’t the most expensive yearling purchase, but Shamus Award gelding Brutality ($5) has matched it with some better bred campaigners by taking out the $750,000 Villiers Stakes at Royal Randwick. The five-year-old prevailed over Ellsberg ($6) by a short neck, with Criaderas ($11) a fast finishing third a further half length back. A… Read More »

  • Hungry Heart outclasses rivals in the Australian Oaks

    Beautifully bred filly Hungry Heart has landed her most significant win, taking out the Australian Oaks at Randwick. Chris Waller has described Hungry Heart as a special filly after she outclassed her opponents to give Kerrin Mcevoy his first G1 Australian Oaks victory at Randwick. Her triumph was another masterful… Read More »

  • Godolphin to continue good form on Day 2 of The Championships

    Global powerhouse Godolphin played a starring role on Derby day and again have the firepower to make an impact at Randwick. After celebrating one of his best afternoons on a racetrack, Godolphin head trainer James Cummings will rely on a quintet of runners to continue his momentum at The Championships…. Read More »

  • Godolphin draws first blood on the opening day of The Championships

    Godolphin has drawn first blood on the opening day of The Championships, claiming the Kindergarten Stakes with Paulele. The Kindergarten Stakes has a habit of throwing up a good horse for Godolphin and Paulele is shaping as the next in line after his authoritative victory in Saturday’s G3 sprint. Godolphin… Read More »

  • G1 TJ Smith Stakes test for emerging sprinter

    Promising sprinter Eleven Eleven will spearhead trainer Greg Hickman’s team for day one of The Championships at Randwick. Twelve months ago, Greg Hickman would have described Pierata and Eleven Eleven as completely different types of horses. Now, he isn’t so sure. Which is why the respected horseman is happy to… Read More »

  • Elusive Australian Derby win in sight for Waterhouse, Bott

    Tulloch Lodge is putting its faith in an inexperienced three-year-old to deliver Gai Waterhouse an overdue victory in one of the few Sydney G1 races to elude her. Despite the success of new wave races like The Everest and All-Star Mile, the classics still carry a history and prestige that… Read More »

  • New Zealander Aegon primed for the Doncaster Mile

    Fresh from his G1 win aboard Hungry Heart in the Vinery Stud Stakes, Kerrin McEvoy is turning his attention to The Championships. Having tested New Zealander Aegon in a recent barrier trial, jockey Kerrin McEvoy is buoyant about his Doncaster Mile prospects, particularly given the forecast for rain. While Hugh… Read More »

  • Tommy Berry back for The Championships after appeal win

    Golden Slipper-winning jockey Tommy Berry has succeeded in having a whip suspension reduced on appeal and will be free to ride at the lucrative Australian Derby meeting. Berry was suspended and fined for breaching the whip rules aboard Rosehill Guineas winner Mo’Unga and was set to be sidelined for the… Read More »

  • Nature Strip to have a TJ Smith Stakes tune-up

    Multiple Group One winner Nature Strip will continue his build-up to The Championships with a barrier trial at Rosehill after bypassing The Galaxy. Chris Waller has revealed how close he came to giving Nature Strip a shot at history in The Galaxy before pulling the plug at the eleventh hour…. Read More »

  • Racing NSW and ATC announce Autumn Carnival contingency plan

    Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club have determined that all race meetings forming part of the Sydney Autumn Racing Carnival will be run seven days later than originally scheduled. This was necessary after the postponement of today’s Longines Golden Slipper meeting at Rosehill Gardens due to continued heavy rain… Read More »

  • Addeybb heads entries for The Championships

    Connections of Addeybb are pressing on towards a Queen Elizabeth Stakes title defence with the English raider among first nominations for the $4 million race. With jockey Tom Marquand already in quarantine, Addeybb is expected to make the trip to Australia for The Championships, despite the logistical complications resulting from… Read More »

  • Colette no certainty for the Caulfield Cup

    Australian Oaks winner Colette is high in Caulfield Cup markets but trainer James Cummings has warned punters not to jump in early. Colette has highlighted her staying potential with dominant wins in the Group Three Adrian Knox Stakes (2000m) and Group One ATC Australian Oaks (2400m) on consecutive Saturdays during… Read More »

  • Tom Marquand now a dual Group One winner

    Young English jockey Tom Marquand has achieved more in a few short weeks in Sydney than he could have imagined. After a successful stint during the Australian summer, Marquand returned to Sydney primarily to ride English horses Addeybb and Young Rascal for trainer William Haggas during the autumn carnival. In… Read More »

  • Addeybb wins the G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    A daring long-range plan to aim Addeybb at the Queen Elizabeth Stakes has paid off in more ways than one for English trainer William Haggas. Not only did the horse live up to his billing in Saturday’s Group One race at Randwick, he gave Haggas something to cheer from afar… Read More »


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