Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 15th July

Today 15th 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.


Flemington preview

Flemington tips, value bets & quaddie picks | Saturday, July 17

What Flemington Races Where Flemington Racecourse - 448 Epsom Rd, Flemington VIC 3031 When Saturday, July 17, 2021 First Race ...
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Mackay best bets

Mackay Newmarket Day betting tips & top odds | Friday, July 16

HorseBetting’s Queensland form analyst brings you his best bets and quaddie numbers for the eight-race program at Mackay on Friday, ...
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Vincent Ho

Vincent Ho wins Tony Cruz Award as Hong Kong’s leading home-grown jockey

Vincent Ho has crowned a glorious season by claiming his third consecutive Tony Cruz Award as Hong Kong’s leading local ...
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Rhinoceros

Browne’s big five head to Ruakaka

David and Emma-Lee Browne's travelling zoo is heading north for the weekend. The Cambridge trainers will take a team of ...
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Geelong betting tips, quaddie picks & value bets | 16/7/2021

Geelong betting tips, quaddie picks & value bets | 16/7/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the Geelong betting preview for Friday, July 16, with all the top tips, value bets, best odds ...
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Zartan

Nickalls chipper ahead of Wellington Steeplechase

Rangiotu trainer Stephen Nickalls is looking forward to Trentham on Saturday where he will have a two-pronged attack in the ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | July 15, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 15, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees five meetings being held around the country on this Thursday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Hellyer suspended after Eagle Farm ride

Hellyer suspended after Eagle Farm ride

Jockey Michael Hellyer has been suspended for 21 days for failing to ride short-priced favourite Amiche to the line at ...
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Campbell Rawiller

Begg and Rawiller to team up at Flemington

Trainer Grahame Begg has booked apprentice Campbell Rawiller for two rides at Flemington including Beauty Bolt in the Rising Stars ...
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Sweet Thomas

Sweet Thomas after Flemington Cup 1849 win

A lack of suitable staying races in Sydney for Sweet Thomas has forced his trainer Matthew Smith to look to ...
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Bright future predicted for Apache Chase

Bright future predicted for Apache Chase

Promising two-year-old Apache Chase could be the next star to emerge from the annual late season Eagle Farm midweek meetings ...
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Mark Newnham

Apprentice Tom Sherry to make metro debut

Apprentice Tom Sherry, who has ridden 93 winners in NSW this season, is set to make his Sydney metropolitan debut ...
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Ross continues QTIS bonus money plunder

Ross continues QTIS bonus money plunder

Trainer Les Ross has continued his plunder of QTIS bonus money for two-year-olds thanks to Hancora Field winning at Eagle ...
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Michael Cahill

Cahill chasing another Waterhouse win

Jockey Michael Cahill will be chasing his fifth win in the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic aboard Multaja at Ipswich ...
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Mr Bellagio

Mr Bellagio fresh for first stakes win

The consistent Mr Bellagio has been freshened up as he chases his first win in black-type company in the Eye ...
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Sacred Elixir

Pike team out in force at Ellerslie

Cambridge trainer Tony Pike had a number of talented gallopers in action at the Ellerslie trials on Tuesday, including comeback ...
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Tavistock

Posthumous purple patch for Tavistock

The strong recent form of Tavistock’s progeny has given Cambridge Stud chief executive Henry Plumptre a feeling of déjà vu ...
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Ricky Yiu

Yiu’s four-win lead has him optimistic that this one won’t get away

Ricky Yiu is on the verge of the most extraordinary achievement in his 48-year career with the Hong Kong Jockey ...
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Ljungberg could chase another Randwick win

Ljungberg could chase another Randwick win

Trainer Ron Quinton has nominated last-start Randwick winner Ljungberg for another benchmark race on his home track ...
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Marmelo

Agonising defeat for Marmelo in France

Hughie Morrison has been left disappointed as Marmelo narrowly failed to win back-to-back editions of the Prix Maurice de Nieuil ...
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Trainer Ben Currie has racing ban reduced

Trainer Ben Currie has racing ban reduced

Trainer Ben Currie has had his sentence reduced on various racing charges but will be back in court on a ...
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Marndarra to run in Byerley at Flemington

Marndarra to run in Byerley at Flemington

Last-start Adelaide winner Marndarra will make her Melbourne debut in the Byerley Handicap in a race in which she could ...
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Trainer Bruce Purcell remains critical

Trainer Bruce Purcell remains critical

Australian Trainers' Association president Robbie Griffiths says veteran trainer Bruce Purcell remains in a critical condition in a Melbourne hospital ...
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Aussie jockeys to ride in Singapore Derby

Aussie jockeys to ride in Singapore Derby

Australian-based jockeys William Pike, Tommy Berry, Ben Melham and Glen Boss have been booked for rides in the Group One ...
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Currie case back in court in September

Currie case back in court in September

Trainer Ben Currie's fraud case has been adjourned to allow his lawyers full access to the police brief of evidence ...
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Purton ends Hong Kong season with 168 wins

Purton ends Hong Kong season with 168 wins

Zac Purton has claimed his third Hong Kong jockeys' premiership and finished two wins shy of Joao Moreira's record number ...
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Kevin Gray

Gray ready for new season challenges

While he may have recently celebrated his eighty-second birthday, there is no suggestion that well- respected Central Districts horseman Kevin ...
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Mac Attacka

Sale option looms for impressive Ruakaka winner

Offshore interest in promising galloper Mac Attacka was piqued yet again on Saturday after the impressive three-year-old produced a powerful ...
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Sha Tin

Hong Kong’s season of achievements ends on a high

John Size collected his 11th champion trainer title and Zac Purton his third champion jockey trophy at the end of ...
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Karis Teetan

Teetan’s 300, Fownes’s treble

Karis Teetan reached a Hong Kong milestone in race three in Hong Kong’s 2018/19 season finale at Sha Tin yesterday ...
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Harmony Victory.

Van Niekerk’s Harmony

Harmony Victory charged late down centre-track to win the day’s feature, the Class 1 Sha Tin Mile Trophy Handicap (1600m), ...
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Aerohappiness

Size seals 11th title at Hong Kong’s season finale

John Size had a two-win lead over John Moore going into Hong Kong’s 2018/19 season finale at Sha Tin yesterday ...
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Zac Purton wins HK jockeys' title

Zac Purton wins HK jockeys’ title

Ex-pat Australian Zac Purton has won the Hong Kong jockeys' championship, taking an unassailable four-win lead with three races remaining ...
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Mulberry Walk fails to live up to hype

Mulberry Walk fails to live up to hype

Chautauqaua's little sister Mulberry Walk has flopped on debut at Hawkesbury, finishing last as odds-one favourite ...
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Firsts continue for Skye Bogenhuber

Firsts continue for Skye Bogenhuber

In-form jockey Skye Bogenhuber has ridden a winner for the Chris Waller stable at her first ride for Sydney's premier ...
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Fiesta to step up to Princess Series

Fiesta to step up to Princess Series

Group Three winner Fiesta has replaced Foxplay as Winx's next door neighbour and will begin her spring campaign on the ...
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Sydney trial next step for Chautauqua

Sydney trial next step for Chautauqua

Chautauqua is scheduled to head back to Sydney ahead of another all-important barrier test in a trial at Rosehill ...
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Princess Posh could tackle Tatt's Mile

Princess Posh could tackle Tatt’s Mile

Kris Lees' Queensland stable representative Mel Eggleston will recommend tough mare Princess Posh head to the Tatt's Mile at Doomben ...
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Price thrilled with Grunt's development

Price thrilled with Grunt’s development

Mick Price says Group One winner Grunt has made a huge physical progression since the autumn in preparation for the ...
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Ben Currie

Mixed week for trainer Ben Currie

Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has trained a record number of winners but has also lost an appeal against a fine ...
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US Navy Flag sets up Everest tilt

US Navy Flag sets up Everest tilt

Coolmore's US Navy Flag has set himself up for the $13 million Everest in Sydney with his win in the ...
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Atlanta Blue extends brilliant racing record at Belmont

Atlanta Blue extends brilliant racing record at Belmont

PROMISING gelding Atlanta Blue has kept the sensational start to its career intact after it won its third race from ...
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Dwayne Dunn cops 18-meeting suspension

Dwayne Dunn cops 18-meeting suspension

Dwayne Dunn has been suspended for 18 meetings for careless riding aboard winner Windbern at Caulfield ...
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Mertens

Mertens keeps nose in front in premiership

Beau Mertens has guided Schism to a hard-fought win at Caulfield to keep him just in front in the Melbourne ...
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Supido resumes with Monash Stakes win

Supido resumes with Monash Stakes win

The Mick Kent-trained Supido has made a winning return in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes, giving the Group ...
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Hippo gracious following first city treble

Hippo gracious following first city treble

A humble Adam Hyeronimus has credited trainer Tim Clark for backing his skills and teaching him new ones after collecting ...
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Sweet Winter win for Coyle and Taylor

Sweet Winter win for Coyle and Taylor

Slightly Sweet has given Jess Taylor her first black-type win with a tough victory in the Listed Winter Stakes at ...
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Araldo Junior too tough in Queensland Cup

Araldo Junior too tough in Queensland Cup

Former German galloper Araldo Junior has proved a superior stayer by winning the Listed Queensland Cup at Caloundra ...
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Damaging burst fires Collateral home

Damaging burst fires Collateral home

In-form Bjorn Baker-trained gelding Collateral has made it five wins from six starts with another impressive victory at Rosehill ...
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Hometown track just the tonic for Longneck Larry

Hometown track just the tonic for Longneck Larry

AFTER failing to finish inside the front half of the field for the opening three runs of its career, Longneck ...
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Presidential return for Washington Heights

Presidential return for Washington Heights

After an injury-marred stint in Hong Kong, Washington Heights has returned in style at Rosehill to the delight of trainer ...
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Portion Control powers home to break losing streak

Portion Control powers home to break losing streak

PROMISING four-year-old Portion Control has broken through for its first victory in 10 months after a well rated ride from ...
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Visor helps Portion Control at Caulfield

Visor helps Portion Control at Caulfield

The Lindsay Park team tinkered with Portion Control's gear and the application of a visor has given the desired result, ...
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Siege Of Quebec repels quality challenge

Siege Of Quebec repels quality challenge

Black-type-bound Siege Of Quebec has resisted a challenge by fellow rising star Calculated at Rosehill to zero in on the ...
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Hansen in two minds on Bright It Home Pop

Hansen in two minds on Bright It Home Pop

Trainer Darryl Hansen is in two minds about whether to sty at home or head south with smart two-year-old Bring ...
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Newcastle trainer confident ahead of Grafton Carnival's final day

Newcastle trainer confident ahead of Grafton Carnival’s final day

NEWCASTLE trainer Ben Smith is confident in his decision to hit the road and head towards the northern rivers region ...
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Darren Bell

Bell doubts win can compensate for closure

Darren Bell has continued his winning run but doubts he will ever recover the $120,000 an enforced closure of his ...
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Buddy Honest win for Aleacia Bennett

Buddy Honest win for Aleacia Bennett

Cessnock trainer Aleacia Bennett has savoured her first city winner after Buddy Honest led throughout to score the Highway Handicap ...
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Record bequest of $400k to jockeys trust

Record bequest of $400k to jockeys trust

The estate of Denise Cobcroft is donating $400,000 of breeding proceeds to the National Jockeys Trust, making it the largest ...
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I Did It Again impresses with win on debut

I Did It Again impresses with win on debut

Trainer Greg Eurell will aim I Did It Again, a horse he bred, towards the Caulfield Guineas after the gelding ...
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Barry Lockwood

Tumbler heads for Sydney after Coast win

Talented mare Tumbler has earned at Sydney trip by overcoming problems to win on the Sunshine Coast ...
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Insensata wins again at Rosehill

Insensata wins again at Rosehill

Trainer Jason Coyle has welcomed progressive filly Insensata back to the winner's stall for the second time in as many ...
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Williams wins on Orient Line at Caulfield

Williams wins on Orient Line at Caulfield

Craig Williams has struck in the opening race at Caulfield, guiding Orient Line to a fast-finishing victory ...
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Roly Poly wins G1 Falmouth Stakes

Roly Poly wins G1 Falmouth Stakes

Roly Poly has led all the way to win the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket for trainer Aidan O'Brien ...
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Queensland news

Lucky Tom to improve at Eagle Farm

Trainer Harold Norman hopes Lucky tom can live up to his name when he returns to Eagle Farm after a ...
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Vic racing

Oliver reunites with Suavito in jump-out

Dual Group One winner Suavito has continued her preparation for a spring return with a jump-out at Flemington ...
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Vic racing

Feet problems plague Miss Softhands

Miss Softhands requires special shoes for her feet problems but they went missing in a jump-out in preparation for her ...
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Vic racing

Oliver reunites with Suavito in jump-out

Dual Group One winner Suavito has continued her preparation for a spring return with a jump-out at Flemington ...
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NSW racing news

Ritchie cautious about Better Not Blue

Better Not Blue's last-start second in a Listed sprint has boosted expectations heading to the Winter Stakes at Rosehill ...
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Vic racing

Beirut out to continue winning streak

The Henry Dwyer-trained Beirut will be chasing her fourth-straight win when she lines up in a 1200m sprint for mares' ...
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Vic racing

Atmospherical chasing Group win

Atmospherical is a dual Listed winner and Group placegetter, but will be chasing her first Group level win when she ...
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Vic racing

Sistine Saint to make debut at Caulfield

Two-year-old Sistine Saint, a sibling to stakes winners Sistine Angel and Sistine Demon, will make his debut on his home ...
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Queensland news

Legal to proceed to middle distances

Rockhampton trainer Lyle Rowe is bringing Legal Procedure to town hoping he can measure up to middle distance races ...
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Aus Racing Tips

Betting markets for Black Caviar’s foal Oscietra

THE first foal of unbeaten champion Black Caviar has been named Oscietra, a type of black caviar from a Russian ...
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Vic racing

Sistine Spirit to make debut at Caulfield

Two-year-old Sistine Saint, a sibling to stakes winners Sistine Angel and Sistine Demon, will make his debut on his home ...
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Queensland news

Third time lucky for Pop ‘N’ Scotch

Trainer Liam Birchley hopes it is a case of third time lucky for Pop 'N' Scotch in the Queensland Cup ...
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NSW racing tips

Best bets and updated odds for Winter Stakes Day at Rosehill

THE Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield is the highlight race of the day, but there are plenty of good ...
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Vic racing

Japan trip off the agenda for Chautauqua

Champion sprinter Chautauqua will have a three-run spring campaign in Melbourne before another trip to Hong Kong ...
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Vic racing

Chautauqua to stay at home for the spring

Chautauqua will race in Australia in the spring with managing owner Rupert Legh saying connections have decided not to take ...
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NSW racing news

Capitalist wins Randwick barrier trial

Golden Slipper winner Capitalist has shown he is on target for the spring with a comfortable win in a Randwick ...
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Vic racing

Option for Moody to appeal cobalt finding

Racing Victoria has written to Peter Moody offering him the opportunity to appeal his cobalt suspension ...
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UK News

Red Verdon second in French Group One

The Ed Dunlop-trained Red Verdon has been upstaged by outsider Mont Ormel in the Group One Grand Prix de Paris ...
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NSW racing news

Black Caviar’s first foal named Oscietra

Champion mare Black Caviar's first foal has been named Oscietra after a type of caviar found in the Caspian Sea ...
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Aussies abroad

Waterhouse enters Japanese horse market

TOP Australian trainer Gai Waterhouse has purchased six thoroughbreds at the JHRA (Japanese Horse Racing Association) select sale this week ...
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