Todd Davey

Todd Davey

Todd loves to punt and coupled with his passion for journalism it is a winning recipe. Is a journalism graduate and regularly attends greyhound meetings in Victoria. For Horsebetting.com.au Todd mainly covers news stories but if he has a tip, he is generally right - the money man.
McEvoy and Redzel win The Everest

The Everest in review – which slot owners have turned a profit?

FEW could argue after the first two runnings of The Everest that the race has not been a resounding success. Huge crowds have flocked to...

One week left for HKIR free nominations

Free entries will close in one week for all four Group 1 contests at the 2018 Hong Kong International Races, which will take place at...

Shillelagh seeking further Victorian riches

Consistent mare Shillelagh will attempt to double her career Group 1 tally when she tackles the Toorak Handicap (1600m) at Caulfield on Saturday. The Chris...

Can Avilius win the 2018 Melbourne Cup?

IT didn’t take long for the online bookmakers to move Godolphin gun Avilius to the head of Melbourne Cup betting after the British import gained...

Kiss of death mare proves a winner

A decision taken just on eighteen months ago to try and establish themselves in the competitive world of thoroughbred breeding is on the cusp of...

McDonald has lofty goals for Guineas day

James McDonald has turned his back on a chance to win Saturday’s A$13 million The Everest (1200m) in Sydney for a chance to scale even...

Livin’ On A Prayer poised to strike at Hawera

A trip to Riccarton awaits progressive Matamata mare Livin’ On A Prayer if she proves competitive in Saturday’s Group 3 Rich Hill Stud Taranaki Breeders’...

The Everest barrier draw results & updated odds

WE’RE just days away from the world’s richest turf race and after all the furore and fanfare surrounding the barrier draw, the numbers have been...

Guineas aspirations on the line at Matamata

Cambridge trainer Stephen Marsh will get a better guide to his Classic prospects following Saturday’s Matamata meeting. Marsh will saddle maiden filly Rip Em Up...

Payment oversight means Ladies First will miss Cup

Allan Sharrock says he has nobody but himself to blame after missing the first acceptance payment for next month’s A$7 million Group 1 Melbourne Cup...

Stars freshened for more big missions

Our Abbadean is set to continue along the Group 1 path after enjoying a well-earned brief let-up, while plans for the exciting stablemate Te Akau...

Tassie trainer Troy Blacker banned until 2019

TASMANIAN trainer Troy Blacker will be banned from training horses until January 13, 2019 after the Office of Racing Integrity Stewards found him guilty of...

Free entries set to close ahead of Hong Kong International Races

Free entries will close in two weeks’ time for all four Group 1 contests at the 2018 LONGINES Hong Kong International Races, which will take...

Mike may join Savvy at Valley

Dual Group 1 winner Savvy Coup might not be the only Livamol Classic contestant to compete at Moonee Valley on October 27. While the Michael...

Emily Margaret out to maintain winning groove

Riccarton-trained three-year-old Emily Margaret will take another step towards the Group 1 gavelhouse.com New Zealand 1000 Guineas (1600m) when she tackles the Inglewood Stud Guineas...

Bonneval set for the retirement barn

The curtain has come down on the outstanding racing career of dual New Zealand Horse of the Year Bonneval and a change in ownership looks...

Lucky Bubbles departs for Japan

Hong Kong runner Lucky Bubbles departed from Sha Tin Racecourse for Japan in the early hours of today (Tuesday, 18 September). Lucky Bubbles will take...

Hong Kong Jockey Club buys Intello colt at Baden-Baden

The Hong Kong Jockey Club bought an attractive Intello colt at the recent BBAG Premier Yearling Sale at Baden-Baden, Germany. The brown youngster was purchased...

Fight Hero departs for Korea

Hong Kong runner Fight Hero departed from Sha Tin Racecourse for Korea in the early hours today. Fight Hero will take part in the Korea...

Dawn of a new day at Conghua Racecourse

Official opening of Conghua Racecourse marks milestone for Hong Kong racing and Hong Kong-Guangdong co-operation The Hong Kong Jockey Club Conghua Racecourse officially opened today...

HKJC buys Holy Roman Emperor colt at Arqana

The Hong Kong Jockey Club purchased a Holy Roman Emperor colt out of the recent Arqana August Yearling Sale, at a cost of €150,000 (approximately...

Zedeedudadeeko could shoot for jumps double

Heavy track conditions at Te Rapa could help star Wairarapa hurdler Zedeedudadeeko shoot for two big prizes this weekend. The Great Northern Hurdles (4190m) and...

Future staying prospect unearthed at Te Rapa

Racing pundits looking for potential prospects for feature events later in the season would do well to write the name of Cambridge mare So Wicked...

Ugly duckling streets his rivals at Te Rapa

With a combined winning margin of 23 lengths in his last two runs you could be forgiven for believing trainers Lance O’Sullivan and Andrew Scott...

Club Chairman presents HKJC trophies at Deauville

Dr. Simon Ip, Chairman of the Hong Kong Jockey Club, presented trophies to the winning connections of two feature races held at Deauville Racecourse in...