Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 12th November

Today 12th November 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.


Mr Clint

Williams and Mr Clint deliver in Singapore Gold Cup

Melbourne Cup-winning hoop Craig Williams jetted in to Singapore on Sunday to partner Mr Clint for champion trainer Lee Freedman ...
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Elusive State

Millard hopes Elusive State can turf out Beauty Generation

Tony Millard is returning dirt specialist Elusive State to the turf for an assault on Sunday’s (17 November) Group 2 ...
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Happy Dragon

Buddies downtown

Buddies (124lb) has four wins from 10 career starts and further progress could yet see the 87-rated four-year-old make the ...
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Playa Del Puente

Classic trail takes Playa Del Puente and Extra Brut to the Valley

Playa Del Puente’s impressive performance at Happy Valley last month thrust him high up the early BMW Hong Kong Derby ...
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Dan O'Sullivan

Affair To Remember chasing Guineas win

Lightly raced filly Affair To Remember is the early favourite to claim her first stakes win in the Group Two ...
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Tony McEvoy

Plenty of options for Sunlight in 2020

Trainer Tony McEvoy says there are plenty of options for Sunlight in the new year with the mare having a ...
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Madison County

Kiwi star bound for United States

Multiple New Zealand Group 1 winner Madison County will continue his career in North America with trainer Chad Brown as ...
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David Eustace

Southern France late entry for Group 2 Zipping

Southern France, unplaced in the Melbourne Cup in his first Australian start, could run in the Zipping Classic after being ...
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Tinkalicious

First southern tilt for Millar

New Plymouth trainer Janelle Millar has crossed the Cook Strait for the first time in a bid to snare some ...
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Le Romain

Le Romain to bounce back on home track

Triple Group One winner Le Romain will spearhead a big team of horses for trainer Kris Lees on his home ...
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Shadows Cast

Oulaghan casting his eye on more Riccarton success

People can be forgiven for confusing Shadows Cast for a pack horse of late given the amount of weight he ...
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Sensei

Weather watch for emotional Stewards bid

Emotions will run high for the Pitman family if Sensei can complete a notable sprint double at Riccarton on Wednesday, ...
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Hey Doc

Hey Doc to make race return at Sandown

Dual Group One winner Hey Doc is scheduled to make his long-awaited return to racing in the Kevin Heffernan Stakes ...
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Toby Edmonds

Edmonds counts blessings after accident

Queensland trainer Toby Edmonds appears to have escaped serious injury after being knocked out by a runaway horse in a ...
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Anthony, Ed Cummings to train separately

Anthony, Ed Cummings to train separately

Anthony and Edward Cummings are to dissolve their training partnership but both will continue training separately ...
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McEvoy pair set to tackle Sandown Guineas

McEvoy pair set to tackle Sandown Guineas

Scottish Rogue and Secret Blaze are set to continue their three-year-old campaigns in the Group Two Sandown Guineas ...
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Malageurra Perth bound after trial success

Malageurra Perth bound after trial success

A Cranbourne trial win has added to the fitness levels of Malaguerra ahead of a trip to Perth for the ...
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Cup runners to back up in Zipping Classic

Cup runners to back up in Zipping Classic

Ventura Storm, Who Shot Thebarman and Yucatan have been entered in the Zipping Classic having competed in the Melbourne Cup ...
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Red Excitement after another Rosehill win

Red Excitement after another Rosehill win

Veteran Red Excitement will be out to back up his last-start win when he runs in the November Topaz at ...
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Walker captures Singapore feature

Walker captures Singapore feature

Two-time Singapore champion trainer Mark Walker came up trumps at Kranji on Sunday when he produced former European galloper Elite ...
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Viddora shines in Cranbourne trial victory

Viddora shines in Cranbourne trial victory

Group One-winning mare Viddora is set to head to Perth in top order after winning a Cranbourne barrier trial in ...
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Jockey narrowly avoids hurdling horses

Jockey narrowly avoids hurdling horses

Jockey Evan Daly has narrowly avoided serious injury while out jogging on the track during racing at Navan ...
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Shark to head to Cronulla country

Shark to head to Cronulla country

Te Akau Shark could provide NRL legend Paul Gallen with a brief focus away from his hefty league schedule with ...
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Queen Elizabeth Cup II Japan

Japan: Lys Gracieux wins group 1 Queen Elizabeth II Cup

Third favourite Lys Gracieux, under jockey Joao Moreira, landed her first G1 triumph in this year’s Queen Elizabeth II Cup ...
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Gai Waterhouse back on top

Gai Waterhouse back on top

Gai Waterhouse's training partnership with Adrian Bott has given her a new lease of life with the pair coming out ...
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More offers likely for Amanaat

More offers likely for Amanaat

Trainer Ben Currie is expecting to get more overseas offers for smart gelding Amanaat after he won his fourth straight ...
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Slipper win no boost for business

Slipper win no boost for business

Trainer Gary Portelli admits he has not been flooded with unraced talent despite his Golden Slipper win with She Will ...
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Kidmenever up for Eclipse Stakes assault

Kidmenever up for Eclipse Stakes assault

Kidmenever will attempt to add to trainer Charlie Appleby's Australian record when he runs in the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown ...
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Most Important trial for sprinter

Most Important trial for sprinter

Brisbane sprinter Most Important could have a barrier trial a few days out from running in a Listed race at ...
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Gingernuts to undergo scans on injured leg

Gingernuts to undergo scans on injured leg

New Zealander Gingernuts will have scans at the Werribee Veterinary Clinic to determine the extent of an injury which kept ...
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Godolphin calls time on Qewy's career

Godolphin calls time on Qewy’s career

English horse Qewy, an Australian favourite courtesy of his wins in the Bendigo, Geelong and Sandown Cups has been retired ...
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Jockey Jeff Felix released from hospital

Jockey Jeff Felix released from hospital

North Queensland jockey Jeff Felix has been released from hospital after suffering serious injuries in a fall at Home Hill ...
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Silent Sedition ends spring with G3 win

Silent Sedition ends spring with G3 win

Silent Sedition has raced to victory in the Group Three Summoned Stakes at Sandown, giving jockey Craig Williams a winning ...
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Nieta blows rivals her away at Rosehill

Nieta blows rivals her away at Rosehill

Nieta will head to a stakes race and a rich pay day after blowing her rivals away at Rosehill ...
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Hugh Bowman in milestone Sandown victory

Hugh Bowman in milestone Sandown victory

Turnitaround may be headed towards the Australian Cup at Flemington after scoring a hard-fought win in the Eclipse Stakes at ...
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Lucky Hussler wins G3 WFA race at Sandown

Lucky Hussler wins G3 WFA race at Sandown

The Darren Weir-trained Lucky Hussler has returned to winning form in the Kevin Heffernan Stakes and will now be aimed ...
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L'Entrecote beats Doomben rain for top win

L’Entrecote beats Doomben rain for top win

Talented galloper L'Entrecote has earned a chance at the summer carnival sprint races with a Doomben win before racing was ...
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Daysee Doom adds another victory to resume

Daysee Doom adds another victory to resume

Trainer Ron Quinton is looking to Daysee Doom to make the step to stakes company with the mare adding another ...
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Beautiful Romance lands G2 Zipping Classic

Beautiful Romance lands G2 Zipping Classic

Trainer Saeed bin Suroor joined fellow Godolphin trainers Charlie Appleby and John O'Shea with a stakes race win at Sandown ...
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Beautiful Romance

Beautiful Romance nabs Zipping Classic in photo finish

IT'S a sight Australian punters have come accustomed to this spring carnival as another European-trained runner took out the feature ...
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Morton's Fork in late sweep to win Guineas

Morton’s Fork in late sweep to win Guineas

The John O'Shea-trained Morton's Fork has powered home to win the Group Two Sandown Guineas over Ruthven ...
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Prompt Response records overdue stakes win

Prompt Response records overdue stakes win

Prompt Response has come in for heavy support before landing her second career win in the Twilight Glow Stakes at ...
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Morton's Fork

Morton’s Fork justifies hype with Sandown Guineas win

THE hype was well and truly justified with Morton's Fork when the three-year-old produced a stellar victory in the Group ...
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Husson Eagle scores first-up at Sandown

Husson Eagle scores first-up at Sandown

Husson Eagle has kicked off a preparation aimed at the Magic Millions Sprint with a convincing win in the Doveton ...
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Three-year-old Rosehill double for Waller

Three-year-old Rosehill double for Waller

Leading trainer Chris Waller has produced a couple of three-year-old winners at Rosehill who could be autumn players ...
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Qewy picks up the Sandown Cup for Appleby

Qewy picks up the Sandown Cup for Appleby

Qewy has wound up a successful trip to Australia for trainer Charlie Appleby with a fighting win in the Sandown ...
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Qewy

European staying dominance continues with Sandown Cup win

THE European staying dominance continued at Sandown on Saturday with Qewy winning the Listed Sandown Cup over 3200m. The Charlie ...
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Redkirk Warrior posts first Australian win

Redkirk Warrior posts first Australian win

Former Hong Kong galloper Redkirk Warrior has shown his class with a Group Three win at Sandown in his second ...
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Veranillo stamps himself for the future

Veranillo stamps himself for the future

Godolphin colt Veranillo has made an impressive debut to stamp himself high on the Godolphin two-year-old pecking order ...
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Saxton Rock shows true form in Doomben win

Saxton Rock shows true form in Doomben win

Two-year-old Saxton Rock has earned himself a Magic Millions start, improving sharply to win at Doomben ...
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Redkirk Warrior

Australian Cup target for impressive Hong Kong import

REDKIRK Warrior showed how strong Hong Kong form is in Australia when winning the Yarramalong Racing Club Stakes at Sandown ...
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Race experience pays off for Arctic Angel

Race experience pays off for Arctic Angel

Arctic Angel was well supported in betting before leading throughout in taking out the Merson Cooper Stakes at Sandown ...
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Hanagan no longer No.1 for Sheikh Hamdan

Hanagan no longer No.1 for Sheikh Hamdan

English jockey Paul Hanagan has lost his position as retained rider to Sheikh Hamdan Al Maktoum ...
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Two Sydney jockeys hurt in separate falls

Two Sydney jockeys hurt in separate falls

Jockeys Jason Collett and Taylor Marshall have suffered injuries in separate falls at Canterbury ...
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