Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 11th July

Today 11th July in horse racing news history

From the extensive Horse Betting news archives we present the all the thoroughbred racing action in Australian and overseas racing news in history. Delve in and enjoy our walk back in horse racing time.


Sunny Coast best bets

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 11, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees eight meetings being held around the country on this Sunday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Murtoa racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Monday, July 12

Murtoa racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Monday, July 12

Murtoa is set to host an eight-race card and Horsebetting.com.au's Victorian form analyst brings you the best bets, quaddie numbers ...
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Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Tuesday, July 13

Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Tuesday, July 13

HorseBetting's Victorian racing tipsters brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie selections for the Ballarat meeting on Tuesday, ...
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Hawkesbury

Hawkesbury betting preview & top odds | Sunday 11/7/2021

What Hawkesbury Races Where Hawkesbury Race Club – Racecourse Rd, Clarendon NSW 2756 When Sunday, July 11, 2021 First Race ...
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Batters trains first metropolitan winner

Batters trains first metropolitan winner

Grey gelding Leroytheconquerer has repaid trainer Damian Batters' faith by giving him his first metropolitan Saturday winner at the Sunshine ...
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Krone

Krone too strong in Glasshouse Handicap

The decision to race Krone for another season paid off when she won the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine ...
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Noble Boy

Winter Stakes a Noble result at Rosehill

Clare Cunningham is counting her lucky stars she did not get to Melbourne with Noble Boy, who has given the ...
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Wapiti

Wapiti repays Duncan’s faith in Group 3 Guineas

Wapiti has fought back to win the Group Three Winx Guineas at the Sunshine Coast after he was headed in ...
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Jungle Edge

Jungle Edge lands Sir John Monash Stakes

Coming off a short-break, Jungle Edge has landed a sizeable betting plunge to take out the Group Three Sir John ...
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Lord Bouzeron

Lord Bouzeron wins in his Australian debut

In his first Australian start, former New Zealand three-year-old Lord Bouzeron has raced to a dominant win over 2000m on ...
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Mystery Shot

Mystery Shot continues on winning streak

Despite a hefty weight rise, Mystery Shot has extended his winning streak to four with a soft victory at Caulfield ...
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Varda

Godolphin eyes spring with in-form Varda

Fresh from winning a country staying feature midweek, jockey Jason Collett has continued his sparkling winter form with a Rosehill ...
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Kisukano

Kisukano a class above in Classic victory

Two-year-old Kisukano has stamped her claims as one of the best of her age in Queensland after winning the Bruce ...
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Efflorescence

Efflorescence scores narrow Caulfield win

After breaking his maiden at his third attempt, two-year-old colt Efflorescence has made it back-to-back victories with his first city ...
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North Pacific

North Pacific makes a splash at Rosehill

The Group One Golden Rose will be the short-term target for Hawkes Racing colt North Pacific after he demolished his ...
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Jolly Banner

Jolly Banner returns for Yiu as the season’s finish line nears

Ricky Yiu’s stable stalwart Jolly Banner returns this Sunday (12 July) at Sha Tin with the chance of securing a ...
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Tallyho Twinkletoe

Reunited and it feels so good

One of the most formidable partnerships in Australasian jumps racing continued their undefeated record at Wanganui on Friday when winning ...
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Tim Mills

Return of Winter Cup continues Riccarton’s rebound

The last few weeks have put a spring in the step of the team at Riccarton Park. Earlier in the ...
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Nazeef prevails in thrilling Group 1 Falmouth

Nazeef prevails in thrilling Group 1 Falmouth

Nazeef has toppled stablemate and favourite Terebellum in the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket ...
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Ocean Park

Ocean Park hits memorable mark

Waikato Stud resident Ocean Park has brought his century of winners up in style and in good time. The memorable ...
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Sacred Day

New Zealand stayer wins Listed Grafton Cup

Sacred Day has given New Zealand trainer Tony Pike another Australian feature race win after claiming the Listed Grafton Cup ...
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Banned Currie's racing charges put on hold

Banned Currie’s racing charges put on hold

Stewards have agreed to adjourn some of the remaining charges against trainer Ben Currie until after criminal matters against him ...
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Tregea wants rain to stay away in Mackay

Tregea wants rain to stay away in Mackay

After rain ruined his plans in Rockhampton Cup week, trainer Steve Tregea wants dry weather for the Mackay Cup ...
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Mott upbeat Can't Be Done can win again

Mott upbeat Can’t Be Done can win again

The Danny O'Brien-trained Can't Be Done has two wins from three starts and jockey Jamie Mott believes the gelding is ...
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Matthew McGillivray

In-form McGillivray to bid for top spot

Matt McGillivray is building a case to replace the retiring Jeff Lloyd as Queensland's top jockey ...
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Monash Stakes return for Crack The Code

Monash Stakes return for Crack The Code

Group-winning filly Crack The Code will be out to upstage her older rivals when she runs first-up in the weight-for-age ...
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Jason Coyle splits promising stablemates

Jason Coyle splits promising stablemates

Trainer Jason Coyle will consider another shot at stakes grade with River Bird if she can extend her winning sequence ...
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Wise Men Say

Wise Men Say set to defend crown

Wise Men Say won last year’s Grant Plumbing Wellington Steeplechase (5500m) at Trentham and he will return to the Wellington ...
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Tisani ready to continue on a Magic run

Tisani ready to continue on a Magic run

Trainer Kevin Kemp is confident iron-horse Tisani Magic can prove up to open company at his 16th this campaign ...
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Chill The Beer ready to step up at Doomben

Chill The Beer ready to step up at Doomben

Stuart Kendrick has had 14 individual two-year-old winners this season, including Chill The Beer who runs at Doomben ...
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Winter Stakes a spring start for Stampede

Winter Stakes a spring start for Stampede

Tulloch Lodge has set its sights on a Group One goal for Stampede ahead of his return to racing in ...
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Nothing Trivial

Star filly back in work as Hillis takes one runner to Ruakaka

The upcoming return of a stable star has put a spring into the step of Wayne Hillis, who has been ...
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Leading jockeys to compete for cash prize

Leading jockeys to compete for cash prize

The leading jockey at each of five feature meetings during the Melbourne spring carnival will also receive a cash prize, ...
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Dolcetto

Dolcetto thriving ahead of Trentham assignment

Consistent galloper Dolcetto is jumping out of his skin ahead of the El Cheapo Cars Whyte Handicap (1600m) at Trentham ...
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Prize money boosts for Vic spring races

Prize money boosts for Vic spring races

A number of prize money increases and bonuses have been announced for the Victorian spring racing carnival ...
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High Rev

Purton needs five

Zac Purton arrived at the Happy Valley track last night (Wednesday, 10 July) knowing that he must maintain his impressive ...
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John Size and Joao Moreira

Size strikes back in championship battle

John Size extended his slender lead in the trainer’s premiership in the face of a John Moore assault at Happy ...
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Three jockeys fall in Grafton race

Three jockeys fall in Grafton race

Ben Looker, Josh Adams and Jake Hull have been taken to hospital but appear to have escaped serious injury in ...
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Tarka defies betting drift to win

Tarka defies betting drift to win

The David Payne-trained Tarka has defied a betting drift to revel in the 1600 metres of a two-year-old race at ...
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Jeff Lloyd in successful return at Ipswich

Jeff Lloyd in successful return at Ipswich

Champion Brisbane jockey Jeff Lloyd has made a successful return to Queensland, winning on promising filly Asharani at Ipswich ...
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Gold Mag impressive in Sandown win

Gold Mag impressive in Sandown win

Highly promising gelding Gold Mag has formed part of a winning treble at Sandown for in-form jockey Craig Williams who ...
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Liam Birchley

Havasay wins Ramornie Handicap

Brisbane horse Havasay has won Grafton's feature sprint, the Ramornie Handicap, from Belflyer and Tyzone ...
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Ben Currie

Ben Currie inquiry set for mid-August

Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie's inquiry into race day treatment charges will resume next month ...
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Jukebox on song for Caulfield return

Jukebox on song for Caulfield return

Trainer Ciaron Maher has Group One aspirations for Jukebox and says the sprinter is ready to go for his return ...
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Tommy Berry to fly in for Chautauqua

Tommy Berry to fly in for Chautauqua

Tommy Berry will make a round trip from Hong Kong to Melbourne and back to ride Chautauqua in an important ...
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Time favours Next Up

Time favours Next Up

Next Up continued his family’s winning ways when victorious in the Waterview 1360m at Avondale on Wednesday. The Shinko King ...
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Megablast gunning for winning swansong with Tiley

Megablast gunning for winning swansong with Tiley

Pukekohe trainer Nigel Tiley is confident consistent stayer Megablast can exit his stable on a high- note. The six-year-old will ...
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Plot is right for Snowden-trained stayer

Plot is right for Snowden-trained stayer

Dour Sydney stayer Plot Twist will get the right soft conditions to help him maintain his unbeaten record at 3200 ...
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John Allen

Allen guides Social Spin to Sandown win

The Darren Weir-trained Social Spin has made it two wins from four starts, claiming his first city success with a ...
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QRIC

No rule change for gallops

Queensland thoroughbred officials believe there is no need to repeal a rule governing advising stewards about changes to race tactics ...
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G1-winning sprinter Strategic dead at 25

G1-winning sprinter Strategic dead at 25

Group One-winning sprinter Strategic has died aged 25 at Woodlands Stud ...
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Mare ready to make step up

Mare ready to make step up

Sleeping Beauty is in the right form to rise to the challenge of stakes racing. The Rip Van Winkle five-year-old ...
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Wayward stayer on right track

Wayward stayer on right track

Major Tom has been a tough nut to crack and perseverance is now paying off. The Red Giant four-year-old proved ...
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Victorian jockey banned for four months

Victorian jockey banned for four months

Victorian jockey Patrick Holmes has pleaded guilty and been banned from racing for four months after testing positive to an ...
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Yankee Rose trials well at Doomben

Yankee Rose trials well at Doomben

Multiple Group One winner Yankee Rose has had a solid trial at Doomben as she prepares for a comeback after ...
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quaddie of the week

Quaddie tips for Thursday, July 13 races at Grafton

THIS week's quaddie sees us traveling to the Queensland and New South Wales border a day after the Origin decider ...
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Matthew Dale

Matt Dale heading to another Highway

Amid uncertainty about the country status of Canberra trainers, Matt Dale will bring Surprise Party to Sydney for the Highway ...
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Star jockey Hugh Bowman

Cosmic Reign reaches for new heights

Stephen Gleeson hopes Hugh Bowman engineers the win that proved elusive the last time the trainer came to Sydney when ...
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Jeweller replaces Crown as Oaks sponsor

Jeweller replaces Crown as Oaks sponsor

The Australian jeweller that will sponsor the VRC Oaks for the next five years will also replace Longines as Flemington's ...
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In-form Schism could back up at Caulfield

In-form Schism could back up at Caulfield

The Ciaron Maher-trained Schism could back up in a 1400m open handicap at Caulfield, seven days after winning the Leilani ...
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Chocante

Chocante to race in Sydney as Cup lead-up

New Zealander Chocante, winner of the Brisbane Cup, will do his spring racing in Australia on his way to the ...
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Viceroy seeks to continue admirable record

Viceroy seeks to continue admirable record

Canberra trainer Luke Pepper has a two-pronged attack at Canterbury with Viceroy finally finding a track that suits and Erins ...
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Coolibah

Could Coolibah make the jump overseas?

SEVEN-YEAR-OLD sensational Coolibah could be headed across the Tasman after the horse's owner-trainer Lesley Munro declared she may be interested ...
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Yogi chases third-straight win at Sandown

Yogi chases third-straight win at Sandown

Improving stayer Yogi will chase his third-straight city win when he steps up to 2100m on the Sandown Lakeside circuit ...
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Lankan Rupee

Lankan Rupee continues on comeback trail

Multiple Group One winner Lankan Rupee has had his first jump-out this year as he builds towards a race return ...
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Melody Belle

Leicester stable caps off brilliant breeding bounty in Singapore

BREEDER Marie Leicester has capped off an unprecedented professional year after Be Bee took out the S$325,000 Singapore Golden Horseshoe ...
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Chocante

Marsh confirms exclusive Australian spring for Chocante

CAMBRIDGE-BASED trained Stephen Marsh will take star gelding Chocante across the Tasman for an exclusively Australian preparation as he targets ...
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Lankan Rupee ramps up his comeback

Lankan Rupee ramps up his comeback

Lankan Rupee has continued preparations for his return to racing in a 700m jump-out at Caulfield ...
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Dettori bids for Classic double on Enable

Dettori bids for Classic double on Enable

Epsom Oaks winner Enable remains on course to bid for a Classic double in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh ...
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NSW racing news

Ben Smith’s talented 2yo chases city win

Newcastle trainer Ben Smith will be looking for his first Saturday metropolitan winner when two-year-old colt Enterprise Mount runs at ...
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NSW racing news

Ben Smith’s talented 2yo chases city win

Newcastle trainer Ben Smith will be looking for his first Saturday metropolitan winner when two-year-old colt Enterprise Mount runs at ...
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Football trailblazer Cowan lands at Freo

Football trailblazer Cowan lands at Freo

The inaugural coach of Fremantle's women's team, Michelle Cowan, says she'll be aiming for premiership success in the first year ...
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Vic racing

Mr Individual to continue winter campaign

Mr Individual is entered for a 1400m handicap for three-year-olds at Caulfield after returning returning home from a Queensland winter ...
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NSW racing news

Busier week than normal for Wine ‘N’ Dine

Wine 'N' Dine's training has been stepped up after he missed a rare weekend of racing ahead of the Winter ...
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NSW racing news

Northam dreaming of a second Big Ramornie

Scone trainer Rod Northam is aiming to win his second Ramornie Handicap with 2014 winner Big Money at Grafton on ...
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Vic racing

Lindsay Park with two Monash Stakes hopes

David Hayes and Tom Dabernig will saddle up two chances in the Sir John Monash Stakes with Fast 'N' Rocking ...
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Vic racing

Weir-trained stars building up for spring

Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance is building up for his spring campaign and is likely to run in the ...
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NSW racing news

Racing boss hits back at welfare claims

Racing Australia chief executive Peter McGauran dismisses claims the thoroughbred industry is not keeping track of horses ...
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Vic racing tips

Moonee Valley quaddie form and tips, Wednesday July 13, 2016

MOONEE Valley hosts a rare Wednesday meeting, but we're not complaining as it gives midweek quaddie punters a look at ...
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Vic racing

Weir-trained stars building up for spring

Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance is building up for his spring campaign and is likely to run in the ...
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NSW racing news

Alysha Collett wins Mongolian race

Alysha Collett has steered Da Qian Shi Jie to a dominant win in the inaugural New Zealand Bloodstock Cup at ...
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NSW racing news

Calls for inquiry into horseracing

An animal welfare group says there should be an inquiry into horseracing, which has the same issues as the greyhound ...
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NSW racing news

Call for inquiry into horseracing

An animal welfare group says there should be an inquiry into horseracing, which has the same cruelty issues as the ...
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NSW racing news

Chiong caps Hong Kong season with title

Hong Kong's champion apprentice and most popular jockey Kei Kei Chiong heads to Australia after a ground-breaking season ...
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