Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 14th November

Today 14th 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.


Band Of Brothers

O’Sullivan and Callan Band together for Panasonic Cup assault

Paul O’Sullivan and Neil Callan combined for a double at Happy Valley’s latest midweek fixture and the pair link again ...
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Wakari

Impressive juvenile winner sidelined

Promising juvenile Wakiri was backed into $1.10 favouritism for the McIntosh Cranes/Team DH. Inter Building LTD 2YO (1000m) at Awapuni ...
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Dragon Storm

Gibbs in search of NZ Cup with promising stayer

Ruakaka trainer Chris Gibbs is hoping a meticulously planned campaign for progressive stayer Dragon Storm will pay dividends at Riccarton ...
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Chris Connett

Appleby with two strong chances at Sandown

English trainer Charlie Appleby has only had one starter in Melbourne this spring but could end the carnival on a ...
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Miss Fabulass

Lees weighing up options for Miss Fabulass

After failing to make the cut for The Hunter then drawing wide in a support race, Miss Fabulass is unlikely ...
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Ventura Storm

Ventura Storm to back up in Group 2 Zipping

Co-trainer Tom Dabernig says Ventura Storm has been racing consistently this spring and hopes he can figure in the finish ...
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WA moves to improve racehorse welfare

WA moves to improve racehorse welfare

The horse racing industry must aim to rehome all healthy and behaviourally sound thoroughbreds and standardbreds under a new 'rule ...
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Racing NSW

Racing NSW chair slams ‘unfair’ ABC expose

Racing NSW chairman Russell Balding has written a detailed letter of complaint to the ABC over their two-year investigation into ...
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Kris Lees

Locals chase inaugural $1 million Hunter

Three Novacastrian trainers will chase first prize in the $1 million The Hunter at Newcastle, led by Kris Lees who ...
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Grahame Begg

Summoned Stakes the spring aim for Vanuatu

Trainer Grahame Begg has aimed lightly raced Vanuatu at the Group Three Summoned Stakes and believes the mare heads into ...
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Never Listen

Ramsey eyes Group 3 win after VRC Oaks thrill

Scone trainer John Ramsey is eyeing Group Three glory at Newcastle on Saturday with Bright Rubick, fresh off his "big ...
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Stuart Kendrick

Kendrick puts trust in Swettenham Stud

Trainer Stuart Kendrick hopes to cement his relationship with the Swettenham Stud when Trust In Aloha runs at the Sunshine ...
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Banquo

Banquo on target for Group 2 Sandown Guineas

A week after winning a Listed race at Flemington, promising Danny O'Brien-trained colt Banquo will be out to add the ...
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Mark Newnham

Newcastle a sweet target for Panna Cotta

A barrier trial win over subsequent Golden Gift runner-up See You Soon has Mark Newnham quietly confident Panna Cotta can ...
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Another Happy Valley meeting cancelled

Another Happy Valley meeting cancelled

The political and social unrest in Hong Kong has prompted the cancellation of another midweek race card at Happy Valley ...
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Spectroscope

Spectroscope in line for Sydney trip

Spectroscope will head to Sydney for a tilt at the Villiers next month if he races well in the Mooloolaba ...
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Supera

Supera favoured for Tauranga feature

Supera will use Saturday's Group 2 Gartshore Tauranga Stakes (1600m) as a dress rehearsal for a return to Group 1 ...
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Enable crowned Europe's best for 2nd time

Enable crowned Europe’s best for 2nd time

Enable has been named the 2019 Cartier Horse of the Year - becoming the third horse to be awarded the ...
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Supplementary entries close Monday for the HKIR

Supplementary entries close Monday for the HKIR

The last opportunity to enter horses for the Hong Kong Jockey Club’s flagship meeting, the HK$93 million LONGINES Hong Kong ...
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Fownes says Southern Legend ready to step up

Fownes says Southern Legend ready to step up

Trainer Caspar Fownes is confident his Group 1 miler Southern Legend is ready to turn around an indifferent start to ...
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Exultant on the road to adulation in Sunday’s Jockey Club Cup

Exultant on the road to adulation in Sunday’s Jockey Club Cup

Adulation has not poured down on Exultant - not yet, at least - but trainer Tony Cruz believes the talented ...
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Tough crumpet a bright light for owners

Tough crumpet a bright light for owners

Iamacrumpet has overcome the odds to take her place in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill ...
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Te Akau Shark wins again for NRL veteran

Te Akau Shark wins again for NRL veteran

Cronulla veteran Paul Gallen is celebrating a Group Two win as a part-owner of emerging New Zealand galloper Te Akau ...
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Cummings counts on distant drop for Tally

Cummings counts on distant drop for Tally

After a successful Flemington carnival, Godolphin will have just the two runners at the final meeting of the spring at ...
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Ex-Godolphin runners a hit with McFarlane

Ex-Godolphin runners a hit with McFarlane

Trainer Greg McFarlane is hoping to continue his luck with tried horses when he saddles up two former Godolphin gallopers ...
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ATC continues to invest in future of Sydney racing

ATC continues to invest in future of Sydney racing

Australian Turf Club (ATC) is in a strong position to return its business to an operating surplus this financial year ...
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Shark savages Coupland’s rivals

Shark savages Coupland’s rivals

Te Akau Shark maintained his status as New Zealand’s most exciting galloper, producing a stunning finishing burst to land the ...
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Returning Leung looking to Spark his season after lengthy ban

Returning Leung looking to Spark his season after lengthy ban

Friends reunited is the theme for Derek Leung’s return to action at Happy Valley tonight (Wednesday, 14 November) and the ...
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Japan Racing News: Grade 1 Mile Championship preview

Japan Racing News: Grade 1 Mile Championship preview

It’s the turn of the top milers in Japan to step out and do battle this coming Sunday (November 18), ...
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Lord Fandango cleared for Zipping Classic

Lord Fandango cleared for Zipping Classic

Lord Fandango has recovered from a bout of colic that forced him out of the Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Flemington ...
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HKJC trainer Michael Freedman

Freedman ready to call Sydney home again

Michael Freedman is back in Sydney after winding up a stint in Hong Kong and is looking forward to reigniting ...
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Kiwi Ida takes out Breeders’ Stakes

Kiwi Ida takes out Breeders’ Stakes

The John And Karen Parsons-owned and trained galloper Kiwi Ida added a second stakes win to her tally when she ...
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Magnificent seven for Prince Oz

Magnificent seven for Prince Oz

Seven-year-old gelding Prince Oz has been a revelation since joining the stable of Riccarton trainer Neill Ridley. The talented sprinter ...
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World’s best jockeys to assemble at Happy Valley for the IJC

World’s best jockeys to assemble at Happy Valley for the IJC

THE world’s best jockeys will compete for the International Jockeys’ Championship in a spectacular night of racing at Happy Valley ...
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Savvy Coup shifts to Chris Waller stable

Savvy Coup shifts to Chris Waller stable

Dual Group 1 winner Savvy Coup will remain in Australia after failing to fire in a two-start campaign in Melbourne ...
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Victorem chases stakes success in Brisbane

Victorem chases stakes success in Brisbane

Country Championship winner Victorem will test his stakes credentials in the Listed Keith Noud Quality at Doomben ...
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Andrew Ramsden winner to gain a Cup berth

Andrew Ramsden winner to gain a Cup berth

The Melbourne Cup has another ballot exempt race with the Andrew Ramsden joining The Bart Cummings, Caulfield Cup, Cox Plate ...
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Andrew Adkins to ride Fickle Folly

Andrew Adkins to ride Fickle Folly

Tamworth trainer Sue Grills has booked apprentice Andrew Adkins to ride in-form mare Fickle Folly with veteran Robert Thompson committed ...
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Salsonic zeroes in on Villiers Stakes

Salsonic zeroes in on Villiers Stakes

Salsonic will take his next step towards the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick when the Jason Coyle-trained gelding runs ...
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Yulong Xingsheng to run in Twilight Glow

Yulong Xingsheng to run in Twilight Glow

The Kris Lees-trained Yulong Xingsheng will continue her spring preparation at Sandown in the Listed Twilight Glow Stakes ...
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Queensland stewards allegedly assaulted

Queensland stewards allegedly assaulted

Two Queensland racing stewards have allegedly been assaulted while conducting an inspection at a property in Toowoomba ...
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RV appoints acting head of integrity team

RV appoints acting head of integrity team

Racing Victoria has appointed Tim Robinson as its acting head of integrity services ...
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quaddie of the week

Free form & Thursday quaddie tips for Pakenham races

We head to the outskirts of Melbourne for the Thursday night quaddie as Pakenham hosts a strong eight-race card ...
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bart

Black Heart Bart Railway topweight

Multiple Group One winner Black Heart Bart will have to carry 59kg to win the Group One Railway Stakes in ...
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Midweek tips

Coupland’s Mile full form & tips for Wednesday, November 15

THE New Zealand Cup and Show Week is in full swing and Wednesday's Group Two Coupland's Mile is the headline ...
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Two Sandown options for Dodging Bullets

Two Sandown options for Dodging Bullets

The Symon Wilde-trained Dodging Bullets will be chasing a third-straight win when he runs at Sandown, but which race he ...
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Singleton sets Stock Up for first start

Singleton sets Stock Up for first start

Hawkesbury trainer Scott Singleton will introduce three-year-old filly Stock Up to racing on her home track ...
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Single Gaze building slowly to G1 goal

Single Gaze building slowly to G1 goal

Group One winner Single Gaze has returned to work with trainer Nick Olive looking to gradually step her up towards ...
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Malaguerra heads west for G1 Winterbottom

Malaguerra heads west for G1 Winterbottom

Dual Group One-winner Malaguerra is among the eastern states horses who will be chasing feature race success in Perth, with ...
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Best trainers ever

Australia’s five best horse racing trainers of all time

AUSTRALIAN thoroughbred racing is blessed with some of the sport's very best horse trainers. The likes of John O'Shea, Chris ...
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Turnitaround among 28 Ballarat Cup entries

Turnitaround among 28 Ballarat Cup entries

Trainer Matthew Williams is planning to back Eclipse Stakes winner Turnitaround up in the Ballarat Cup which has attracted 28 ...
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Oliver with chance at first Railway win

Oliver with chance at first Railway win

Damien Oliver will ride the Chris Waller-trained Mackintosh in the Group One Railway Stakes in Perth, a race which has ...
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Busy spring paying dividends for Pfieffer

Busy spring paying dividends for Pfieffer

Dixie Chick's next assignment is a benchmark race at Rosehill but trainer David Pfieffer believes she can eventually compete in ...
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Big Arthur

Japanese sprinters set to clash in Hong Kong Sprint

JAPANESE sprinting stars Big Arthur and Red Falx are set to clash in the Group 1 Hong Kong Sprint at ...
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Midweek Tips

Racing at Sandown with form and free tips, Wednesday November 16

SANDOWN is back after hosting the Zipping Classic on Saturday with an eight-race card this Wednesday. The Melbourne spring carnival ...
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Douglas Whyte to ride in Perth Group One

Douglas Whyte to ride in Perth Group One

Douglas Whyte will travel from Hong Kong to Perth to ride Scales Of Justice in the Group One Railway Stakes ...
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Record 13 races at Sunshine Coast

Record 13 races at Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast will host a record 13 races after the decision to transfer Saturday's washed out open handicap to ...
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Chris Waller

Waller declares innocence after horse tests positive for ice

CHRIS Waller has declared his innocence after one of his horses tested positive for ice last week. The champion trainer ...
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Dylan Dunn wins international race

Dylan Dunn wins international race

Champion Victorian apprentice Dylan Dunn has won an international race for junior jockeys in Abu Dhabi ...
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Panel to discuss 10,000 change

Panel to discuss 10,000 change

Queensland's Thoroughbred Advisory Panel is to discuss the possible move of the Doomben 10,000 to Eagle Farm ...
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Grade One winning jumper Simonsig put down

Grade One winning jumper Simonsig put down

Grade One winning jumper Simonsig has been put down after suffering a catastrophic leg injury at Cheltenham ...
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