Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 13th July

Today 13th 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.


Doomben betting tips

Doomben top tips, value bets & quaddie | Wednesday 14/7/2021

The Doomben races will be run and won on Wednesday, July 14. See all the top tips, value bets, best ...
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Jimmy Orman riding Mort Doyle

Mort Doyle ends drought with Sunshine Coast win

Heavily backed favourite Mort Doyle was able to get the job done in the second race at the Sunshine Coast ...
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Sandown Hillside best bets & quaddie tips | Wednesday, July 14

Sandown Hillside best bets & quaddie tips | Wednesday, July 14

HorseBetting's James Herbert takes a look at the best bets and top quaddie picks on offer for this Wednesday's meeting ...
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Canterbury betting tips, odds & quaddie | Wednesday 14/7/2021

Canterbury betting tips, odds & quaddie | Wednesday 14/7/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the betting preview for the Canterbury races held on Wednesday, July 14. See all the top tips, ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | July 13, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 13, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees five meetings being held around the country on this Monday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Il Affare

Il Affare joins leading Sydney barn

Peter and Dawn Williams have lost one of their best three-year-old fillies to an Australian stable, but they’ve still got ...
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Clayton Chipperfield

Chipperfield turns back clock at Te Aroha

It’s been a little while between drinks, but Clayton Chipperfield was back in the winner’s stall as a rider at ...
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Pow Wow

Spratt keeps winning run going with Te Rapa victory

The ever-popular northern jockey Sam Spratt kept her recent run of good form going when she produced a heady ride ...
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Mystic Journey

Mystic Journey entered for Devonport trial

Group One winner Mystic Journey is entered for an 800m barrier trial on the Devonport synthetic track as she continues ...
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UK racing salutes changing of the guard

UK racing salutes changing of the guard

As tyro Cieren Fallon posted his first Group One win, jumps legend Barry Geraghty announced his retirement during a significant ...
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Damian Lane

Damian Lane returns for start of 2020-21

Damian Lane has finished his latest riding stint in Japan and will be back in Australian action at the start ...
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Louise Day

Frankely Awesome among Kenso track entries

Trainer Kris Lees is hoping an expected wet Kensington track at Randwick will offset a drop in distance for last-start ...
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Tony McEvoy

Juveniles face distance test in Byerley

A number of two-year-olds are set to be tried over 1800m in the Byerley Handicap at Flemington, including Mr Wolf ...
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Zac Purton

Purton wins fourth Hong Kong premiership

Zac Purton has clinched his fourth Hong Kong jockeys' premiership with one meeting still remaining in the 2019-20 season ...
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Fast Most Furious

Fast Most Furious for Purton and Hall, Yiu keeps Cruz at bay

Zac Purton locked up a fourth Hong Kong champion jockey title when Fast Most Furious (130lb) carried him past the ...
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Charlie Appleby

Godolphin star bounces back at Deauville

Pinatubo, who races for Godolphin out of the Melbourne Cup-winning trainer Charlie Appleby's Newmarket yard, has returned to his best ...
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Sweet Molly Malone

Sweet victory for impressive maiden winner

An impressive victory over 900m at the Ellerslie trials last month indicated Sweet Molly Malone was a strong winning chance ...
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Shoshone

Shoshone shines in Ellerslie victory

Talented three-year-old Shoshone was back to her best as she registered a comprehensive performance to win fresh-up over 1200m at ...
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Saber

Pitman double closes gap on North Island rivals

The Michael and Matthew Pitman training partnership provided one of the highlights at Riccarton on Saturday when they produced the ...
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Redcayenne

Redcayenne upsets at Ellerslie

Rugged stayer Redcayenne sprang an upset at Ellerslie on Saturday when he scored first up over 1400m for new trainer ...
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Gorgeous Geisha

Birthday bonus for promising apprentice

Promising young rider Callum Jones is making every post a winner in the early stages of his career, adding a ...
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Walkthisswey

Red letter day for boutique stable

Rangiora trainer Paul Harris spent a sleepless night on Friday as he counted down the hours to the commencement of ...
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Tavistock

Four metropolitan winners for Tavistock

Cambridge Stud sire Tavistock was the star of the show on Saturday, with his progeny Travimyfriend, Tavirun and Bedford all ...
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Gagarin

Gagarin claims victory in feature Trentham Steeplechase

Tough as teak ten-year-old Gagarin proved the best stayer when he came from last in the early running to win ...
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No Tip

Nelson and McDougal partnership bag another jumping feature

Fresh from securing a feature jumping double on their home track at Hastings last month, the training partnership of Paul ...
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Annie’s Song

Local filly debuts in style at Ruakaka

Local two-year-old Annie’s Song indicated she could be a filly with a big future after she made a winning debut ...
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Satono Aladdin foals make impact

Satono Aladdin foals make impact

Rich Hill Stud shuttle stallion, Satono Aladdin, a son of champion sire Deep Impact, has made a good impression on ...
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Beauty Generation

Beauty Generation claimed back-to-back Horse of the Year titles at Hong Kong’s Champion Awards

Beauty Generation claimed the Hong Kong Horse of the Year award for the second year in a row at a ...
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Beauty Generation

Purton requires “a miracle” to beat Moreira’s record

Zac Purton is playing down his chances of making history at Sha Tin on Sunday (14 July) when he will ...
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Thanks Forever

Luck in the last?

If the battle for the trainers’ championship does go right to the wire at Sha Tin on Sunday (14 July), ...
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John Moore

Size and Moore square up for the final battle

John Size goes into the final meeting of the Hong Kong season with a two-win advantage over rival John Moore ...
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No luck for Lloyd on last day of riding

No luck for Lloyd on last day of riding

Jeff Lloyd has had no luck on his last day as a jockey at Doomben, failing to ride a winner ...
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Oak Door returns to win Group 3 Monash Stakes

Oak Door returns to win Group 3 Monash Stakes

Ben Melham has guided the John Sadler-trained Oak Door to win in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes in ...
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Eckstein adds Winter Stakes win to record

Eckstein adds Winter Stakes win to record

Classy mare Eckstein has added a Listed win to her record for her new owners ahead of her retirement to ...
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Snitch drops in class for Doomben success

Snitch drops in class for Doomben success

Quirky gelding Snitch appreciated a drop back from stake class to record his first win for trainer Tony Gollan who ...
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Travimyfriend lands first Australian win

Travimyfriend lands first Australian win

The Rachal Frost-trained Travimyfriend has claimed his first Australian win since arriving from New Zealand last year, taking out an ...
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Ex-Perth mare scores first Sydney victory

Ex-Perth mare scores first Sydney victory

Former West Australian mare Agent Pippa has made an impressive eastern states' debut with victory at Rosehill ...
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Turn The Tide wins weather-delayed race

Turn The Tide wins weather-delayed race

Turn The Tide has brought up a winning double on the program for trainer Cindy Alderson in a race at ...
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Sydney trip on the cards for Dunn filly

Sydney trip on the cards for Dunn filly

Trainer Matt Dunn will consider taking Karaja to Sydney after the filly won at Doomben ...
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Different tactics work for Another Dollar

Different tactics work for Another Dollar

A plan to use new tactics of leading on Another Dollar has paid off with her all-the-way win at Doomben ...
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Spend gets the cash on debut at Rosehill

Spend gets the cash on debut at Rosehill

High-priced colt Spend has given favourite backers a few concerns on debut but has got the job done at Rosehill ...
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Star Surprise confirms early spring plans

Star Surprise confirms early spring plans

Mike Moroney will press on into early spring with Star Surprise after the lightly raced gelding lived up to his ...
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Baylee Nothdurft.

Nothdurft a step closer to Brisbane title

Baylee Nothdurft's win on Smokey Diamond at Doomben has set him up to win the metropolitan apprentices' title after only ...
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New Zealand sprinter Kawi retired

New Zealand sprinter Kawi retired

New Zealand trainer Allan Sharrock has announced the retirement of seven-time Group One-winning sprinter Kawi ...
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Ciaron Maher breaks leg at trackwork

Ciaron Maher breaks leg at trackwork

Trainer Ciaron Maher has suffered a broken femur in a fall from multiple Group One winner Jameka at trackwork ...
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Listed swan song for Danish Twist

Listed swan song for Danish Twist

Group Three winner Danish Twist will have one last chance to add more black-type to her record before retirement in ...
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Tony Gollan urges caution on Zoustyle

Tony Gollan urges caution on Zoustyle

Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan wants to see two-year-old Zoustyle to race well at the Sunshine Coast before he gets ...
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Mott chasing season-best tally of winners

Mott chasing season-best tally of winners

Jamie Mott has ridden more than 100 winners this season and hopes to add to his tally at Caulfield with ...
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New chairman for Melbourne Racing Club

New chairman for Melbourne Racing Club

Vice chairman Peter Le Grand will replace Mike Symons as chairman of the Melbourne Racing Club from the start of ...
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Kris Lees calls on Jeff Lloyd for Doukhan

Kris Lees calls on Jeff Lloyd for Doukhan

Trainer Kris Lees has given veteran jockey Jeff Lloyd his last chance to win the Queen's Cup with the ride ...
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Naturalism dies aged 29

Naturalism dies aged 29

Group One-winning racehorse and subsequent stallion Naturalism has died aged 29 at Meringo Stud ...
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Chautauqua as good as ever: Tommy Berry

Chautauqua as good as ever: Tommy Berry

Champion sprinter Chautauqua has jumped cleanly from the barrier in a Flemington jump-out to pass the first of two required ...
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Kiwi jockey enjoys Cup success

Kiwi jockey enjoys Cup success

Mark Du Plessis has made a significant breakthrough on his current Australian riding stint. The New Zealand jockey celebrated his ...
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Winter Cup could beckon Haworth pair

Winter Cup could beckon Haworth pair

Next month's Group 3 Winter Cup (1600m) at Riccarton is already the target for one member of David and Emma ...
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Best Solution possible Melb Cup runner

Best Solution possible Melb Cup runner

Best Solution has registered a gritty success in the Princess of Wales's Stakes at Newmarket to set up a possible ...
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Chautauqua passes first barrier test

Chautauqua passes first barrier test

Champion sprinter Chautauqua has jumped cleanly from the barrier in a Flemington jump-out to pass the first of two required ...
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Rutten Singapore bound to support Kingsman

Rutten Singapore bound to support Kingsman

Te Horo-based horseman Chris Rutten will pay his first visit to Singapore this weekend where Kingsman, a horse he bought ...
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Star jockey Hugh Bowman

Waller praises Bowman’s blinkered view

Sydney's premier trainer Chris Waller expects a gear change suggested by jockey Hugh Bowman can lift Pioneering from a form ...
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Supply And Demand wins at Rosehill

Last-legs win gets Gai her 4th Grafton Cup

Supply and Demand has led from start to finish to hand trainer Gai Waterhouse her fourth Grafton Cup ...
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Gerald Ryan

Gerald Ryan lands a double and two placings at Wyong

ROSEHILL trainer Gerald Ryan rates Goresbridge as the standout performer of his stable at Wyong on Thursday after the three-year-old ...
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Chocolate Holic racing in Western Australia

Chocolate Holic to make Melbourne debut

West Australian stakes winner Chocolate Holic will make his Melbourne debut for the Darren Weir stable in the Sir John ...
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Canterbury Park

New training track for Canterbury

The not for sale sign is up at Canterbury with the Australian Turf Club to make an investment in infrastructure ...
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NZ Briefs: Kiwi trainer scores first winner in South Korea

NZ Briefs: Kiwi trainer scores first winner in South Korea

The first New Zealander to gain a trainer’s licence in South Korea has quickly made his presence felt. David Miller ...
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Summer Passage

Flemington trip on cards for promising Kiwi colt Summer Passage

Top New Zealand colt Summer Passage is making excellent progress toward a second trip across the Tasman. The Hong Kong-owned ...
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Rosehill tips and best bets for Saturday May 22 2021

Rosehill racing free odds, form and tips for Saturday, 15 July

ROSEHILL is the venue for our weekend betting guide, which is headlined by the ATC Winter Stakes. We have had ...
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Wise Men Say horse

Wanganui trainer wants heavy track for Trentham jumpers

Wanganui trainer and dairy farmer Raymond Connors is taking two jumpers to Trentham on Saturday and while he has high ...
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Prince Jacko at Canberra

Prince Jacko sheds weight issue in Highway

Prince Jacko finally carries a favourable weight for Canberra trainers Keith Dryden and Scott Collings when he makes his Highway ...
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Satirical Dame

Satirical Dame breaks maiden at start 27 at Wyong

SATIRICAL Dame proved there is truth to the saying ‘every dog has its day’ when breaking through for its first ...
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Jockey Winona Costin at Nowra

Winona voices hope for August race return

NSW jockey Winona Costin hopes she can return to racing once she recovers from surgery to remove plates and screws ...
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missile coda

Team Snowden predicts bright future for Wyong winner Missile Coda

PAUL Snowden is predicting a bright future for Missile Coda after the three-year-old filly scored her second win from as ...
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Extensible wins at Rosehill Gardens in 2016

No barrier for Extensible in Winter Stakes

Extensible has finally received a favourable barrier draw but Civic Stakes-winning stablemate Gold Symphony is still Peter Snowden's Winter Stakes ...
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Victorian horse trainer Greg Eurell

Eurell looking forward to juvenile’s debut

Trainer Greg Eurell is hoping two-year-old gelding I Did It Again, a horse he bred, can made an immediate impression ...
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Fourth time lucky for Pop 'N' Scotch

Fourth time lucky for Pop ‘N’ Scotch

Pop 'N' Scotch will line up in the Queensland Cup for the fourth time trying to snare a win after ...
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Summer Passage at Royal Randwick

Melbourne spring beckons Summer Passage

NZ colt Summer Passage, runner-up in the Group One ATC Sires' Produce Stakes, will head to Melbourne for his spring ...
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Oink, trained by Kelly Schweida

Drop in class and distance for Oink

Trainer Kelly Schweida admits Oink is at the crossroads of his career ahead of his next start at the Sunshine ...
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Irish jockey Tommy Carberry dies

Irish jumps legend Tommy Carberry dies

Irish jumps racing legend Tommy Carberry, who rode and trained a Grand National winner, has died aged 75 ...
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Vic racing

Darren Weir claims training record

Trainer Darren Weir has trained his 335th winner to set a Commonwealth record for winners in a season ...
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Vic racing

Craig Williams takes premiership lead

A winning double from Craig Wiliams at Moonee Valley has taken him to the lead in the Melbourne jockey's premiership ...
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Vic racing

Chiavari set to make amends at Caulfield

Consistent mare Chiavari will have the services of champion jockey Damien Oliver as she looks to bounce back from a ...
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Vic racing

Vic country trainer warned off for a year

A country Victorian racehorse trainer has been warned off for a year after failing to provide sufficient nutrition to racehorses ...
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Queensland news

Four winner for Gollan and Byrne

Tony Gollan and Jim Byrne have had a day out at Doomben with the trainer and jockey combining for four ...
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NSW racing news

Gai looks to Oaks with Dynastic Lady

Dynastic Lady has won her maiden at Warwick Farm and trainer Gai Waterhouse believes she is a prospect for VRC ...
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Vic racing

Darren Weir claims training record

Trainer Darren Weir has trained his 335th winner to set a Commonwealth record for winners in a season ...
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NSW racing news

Dream Folk could back up in Grafton Cup

If Dream Folk pleases trainer Greg Hickman, he will back up in the Grafton Cup a day after his win ...
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Vic racing

Darren Weir claims training record

Trainer Darren Weir has claimed the Commonwealth record for the number of wins in a season with Gun Case giving ...
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Vic racing

Delay in return to racing at Seymour

The reconstructed Seymour racetrack in country Victoria will be given more time to consolidate with the Cup to be moved ...
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Vic racing

Yasnat makes it three wins in a row

Canberra-trained filly Yasnat has made the step up to city racing at Moonee Valley to notch her third win in ...
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NSW racing news

Confidence key for Tales Of Grimm

Trainer Chris Waller is delighted to have Tales of Grimm back in winning form as he looks to string together ...
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Vic racing

Athena Lass makes winning debut at Valley

Two-year-old filly Athena Lass has sprinted to a debut win at Moonee Valley in a performance which has not surprises ...
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Vic racing

Tudor ready to an make impact at Caulfield

A virus curtailed the autumn campaign of Tudor but the sprinter has been working well for his racetrack at Caulfield ...
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Queensland news

Tunes primed for 3200 metres at the Farm

The much-travelled Tunes is primed for the Queensland Cup at Eagle Farm over the gruelling 3200 metres ...
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racing news

Derby winner Nyquist to run in Haskell

Kentucky Derby winner Nysquist is being prepared for a return in the Haskell Invitational after missing the Belmont with an ...
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Vic racing

Weir expected to claim new mark at MV

Darren Weir heads to Moonee Valley needing just one more winner to set a new Australian training record ...
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UK News

Pyromaniac banned for six weeks

Irish horse Pyromaniac has been barred from racing for six weeks and his trainer fined for using a racecourse as ...
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Vic racing tips

Best fixed odds tips for Moonee Valley, Warwick Farm and Doomben

BETTING on fixed odds is a guaranteed way to ensure the price you want is locked in, and there is ...
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