Horse Racing History: This Day in Racing 15th June

Today 15th June 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.


Chris Waller horse Sayed

Sandown Lakeside betting tips & odds | Wednesday, June 16

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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Hightail

Randwick-Kensington racing tips & top odds | June 16, 2021

HorseBetting's Nicholas Lloyd brings you his top betting tips and quaddie selections for the Randwick-Kensington meeting on Wednesday, June 16 ...
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Opperman hits five winners at Morphettville

Opperman all smiles after five-star display at Morphettville

Apprentice jockey Jacob Opperman was the talk of Adelaide town on Saturday evening after he managed to steer home five ...
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Converge wins JJ Atkins

Bott praises ‘genuine’ Converge after JJ Atkins win

The Group 1 J.J. Atkins (1600m) was taken out by “honest” gelding Converge for Gai Waterhouse & Adrian Bott at ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | June 15, 2021

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

Horse Racing around the country has just three meetings scheduled to be run and won on this Tuesday afternoon. We ...
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Isotope

Isotope to miss Spring Carnival after colic attack

Leading Queensland trainer Tony Gollan announced on Tuesday morning that his champion filly Isotope has suffered a colic attack and ...
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Zaaki wins The Q22 at Eagle Farm

Zaaki wins $1.2m Q22 to complete Queensland hat-trick

The inaugural running of The Q22 will be one that is remembered for many years to come, with up-and-coming star ...
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Yendall and Adelaide Ace win Swan Hill Cup 2021

Yendall winds back the clock with five wins at Swan Hill

It was a memorable Swan Hill Cup Day for veteran jockey Dean Yendall as he booted home five winners including ...
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Last Week, ridden by Linda Meech

Meech returns to winners’ circle with Last Week in Aspley Cup

Linda Meech has brought up her first win since returning to the saddle when booting home the Ciaron Maher & ...
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Ballarat betting tips

Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Tuesday, June 15

HorseBetting's James Herbert brings you his best bets and quaddie selections for the all-weather meeting at Ballarat Turf Club on ...
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Ayrton

Ayrton’s success generations in the making

Three decades of work is paying off for Cambridge breeder Greg McCarthy with the emergence of the exciting three-year-old Ayrton ...
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Graeme Rogerson

Rogerson: From seaside to trackside

Get yourself to the Chatham Islands, that’s the message from Graeme Rogerson. The Hamilton trainer has just spent a week ...
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Not Usual Glorious

Kiwi double for Travis Doudle

Travis Doudle is developing quite a liking for New Zealand horses. The Morphettville trainer picked up a double at his ...
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Te Akau Shark

Eye surgery for Kiwi star Te Akau Shark

Group One winner Te Akau Shark will undergo eye surgery, delaying the New Zealand-trained star's return to the racetrack ...
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Mick Kent

Mick Kent rebuilds stable without Kinane

An overseas holiday cut short by the COVID-19 pandemic has allowed Mick Kent to build a new Cranbourne stable complex ...
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Tarrant gets a stay on disqualification

Tarrant gets a stay on disqualification

Luke Tarrant has been granted a stay on a six-month disqualification he was given for allegedly head-butting a rival jockey ...
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Craig Williams

Trackwork boost for title-chasing Williams

Craig Williams is hoping a return to riding trackwork will stand him in good stead in a Melbourne jockeys' premiership ...
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Addeybb

Addeybb to contest Royal Ascot Group One

Sydney autumn carnival star Addeybb is among seven horses to accept for the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot ...
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Whip rules scrutinised after Cup dead-heat

Whip rules scrutinised after Cup dead-heat

A breach of the whip rule from Billy Egan on Plein Ciel was not found until after correct weight when ...
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Fierce Impact

Smith keen to make an Impact during spring

Two-time Group One winner Fierce Impact is back in work and trainer Matt Smith has lofty spring ambitions, culminating in ...
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Battaash

Battaash has a ratings edge in the King’s Stand but faces flying filly Glass Slippers

Battaash has at times electrified the European sprinting scene during the past three seasons and he appears to have a ...
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Karis Teetan

Teetan strikes four as Eagle soars

Lakeshore Eagle soared to a third win on the bounce and initiated a mid-card four-timer for Karis Teetan who continued ...
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Smokin’ Romans

Promising stayer carries well-known colours to debut victory

A comfortable debut victory by promising three-year-old Smokin’ Romans at Ballarat on Thursday carried special significance for part-owner Don Frampton ...
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Tivaci x Miss Lioness

Chittick delighted with results of weekend weanling parade

Waikato Stud principal Mark Chittick is looking forward to strong interest in the stud’s eighteen-strong draft for the annual New ...
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George Simon

Simon feeling revitalised after pandemic enforced hiatus

Racing identity George Simon admits it is a very long time since he has felt as excited about calling at ...
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Lucyinrio

Long trek north pays off for Little and Lucyinrio

Central Districts raider Lucyinrio produced a gritty effort at Ruakaka on Saturday to take out the main race of the ...
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Hanger

Hanger back to winning form at Ruakaka

An inch-perfect ride from Ryan Elliot has seen progressive galloper Hanger return to the winner’s enclosure when successful over 1400m ...
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Gallante

Gillies claims feature race double at Awapuni

Former top-class flat performer Gallante demonstrated his undoubted jumping ability when he ploughed through the Awapuni mud to capture the ...
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Moroney imports impress in Sandown wins

Moroney imports impress in Sandown wins

Trainer Mike Moroney has brought up a winning double at Sandown with a couple of imports, Mr Marathon Man and ...
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Another Waterhouse win for Michael Cahill

Another Waterhouse win for Michael Cahill

Michael Cahill has won the Gai Waterhouse Classic for the fifth time on Ready To Prophet at Ipswich ...
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Mother of a day for Clenton and Duggan

Mother of a day for Clenton and Duggan

Apprentices Samantha Clenton and Jenny Duggan combine motherhood with race riding and both have met with success at Rosehill ...
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Consolation win for Man Booker

Consolation win for Man Booker

Perth galloper Man Booker has had a consolation win in the Eye Liner Stakes after failing in the three Group ...
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Sandown double for Chris Waller stable

Sandown double for Chris Waller stable

Imported gelding Mawaany Machine and three-year-old filly Tysonic have given trainer Chris Waller a winning double at Sandown ...
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Bergerac finds form to win Ipswich Cup

Bergerac finds form to win Ipswich Cup

Trainer Steve Tregea's gamble to take the blinkers off Bergerac in the Ipswich Cup has paved the way for the ...
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Destiny's Kiss wins second Winter Cup

Destiny’s Kiss wins second Winter Cup

Veteran Destiny's Kiss has won his second Listed Winter Cup, six years after his first, upsetting a classy field of ...
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Byrne in vintage comeback win at Ipswich

Byrne in vintage comeback win at Ipswich

Jim Byrne has produced a vintage ride to score his first win since returning from injury in the Provincial Stayers ...
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Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

The Mick Bell-trained sprinter Jungle Edge has notched the 16th win of his career with victory on a soft track ...
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Enforcement stamps his class at Rosehill

Enforcement stamps his class at Rosehill

Enforcement has backed up his first win as a gelding with victory at Rosehill to live up to the talent ...
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O'Dea finally gets his jewel at Ipswich

O’Dea finally gets his jewel at Ipswich

Trainer Steve O'Deas determination to get a foal to train from smart mare Bianca Jewel has led to a win ...
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Can't Be Done wins narrowly at Sandown

Can’t Be Done wins narrowly at Sandown

Danny O'Brien-trained two-year-old Can't Be Done has edged out King Of Hastings at Sandown to make it two wins from ...
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Ipswich horse racing tips for March 26

Bowen finds Queen of Kingston’s right race

Trainer Dan Bowen's decision to keep Queen of Kingston in the weakest race he could has led to an Ipswich ...
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Thinkin' Big

Thinkin’ Derby

Thinkin’ Big (128lb) finished at the tail in last year’s Victorian Derby (2500m) at Flemington as favourite but the newly-acquired ...
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Sunny Boy

Sunny’s progress

Sunny Boy (133lb) returned his first Hong Kong win last start and although he has spent the majority of his ...
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Hezthewonforus

Moreira’s Method a Winning one

Joao Moreira clicked to 81 wins for the season on Wednesday night and Hong Kong’s three-time Champion Jockey is looking ...
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Australian gambling on horses

Country double sets up weekend for Ryan

Trainer Gerald Ryan is looking for results in two states after preparing a winning double at Dubbo, a first for ...
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Aquanita trainers lodge VCAT appeals

Aquanita trainers lodge VCAT appeals

Robert Smerdon and Stuart Webb have joined Liam Birchley and Tony Vasil to fight their disqualifications at the Victorian Civil ...
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Moonee Valley debut for trainer and filly

Moonee Valley debut for trainer and filly

Trainer Gary Tobias and his three-year-old filly Locktoba Rocks will make their city debuts in the Embassy Print Solutions Sprint ...
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QRIC

QRIC defends new chief steward

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has defended its new chief steward against allegations of possible conflict of interest ...
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Australian gambling on horses

Blinkers to help Symphonette at Valley

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes has three runners set to compete in separate races at Moonee Valley, headlined by lightly raced ...
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Parko to steal limelight at Ipswich

Parko to steal limelight at Ipswich

Last-start runaway Gold Coast two-year-old winner Parko is set to steal some of the limelight from the stakes horses at ...
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Valley test preferred for resuming Gweneth

Valley test preferred for resuming Gweneth

Trainer Mitchell Beer favours kicking off Gweneth's preparation at Moonee Valley rather than in what looks an easier option at ...
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Australian gambling on horses

Latham back riding high after English woe

Jockey Keagan Latham has rediscovered his love of riding in NSW and his perseverance has been rewarded with a first ...
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Harrison to help Ecuador create record

Harrison to help Ecuador create record

Jockey Tegan Harrison will have to rewrite the record books on Ecuador in the Ipswich Cup if she is to ...
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Pilote D’Essai wins Ballarat Cup

Bayliss to reunite with Pilote D’Essai

Jockey Regan Bayliss will reunite with imported stayer Pilote D'Essai at Moonee Valley for the first time since the stayer's ...
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Perfect build up so far for hurdler Kipkeino

Perfect build up so far for hurdler Kipkeino

Winter plans for Kipkeino have gone smoothly and the well-performed jumper will strip at his best for this Saturday’s test ...
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Spanish Whisper to be sent to Lindsay Park

Spanish Whisper to be sent to Lindsay Park

New Zealand Group Two winner Spanish Whisper will do her future racing for the Lindsay Park stable and be aimed ...
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Ralph pair poised for Awapuni success

Ralph pair poised for Awapuni success

Stephen Ralph doesn't want to appear greedy. The Waikato trainer has leading chances in two feature races at Awapuni on ...
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Linsday Park adds hot prospect to its stable

Linsday Park adds hot prospect to its stable

A conversation at the recent broodmare sale on the Gold Coast has resulted in Australian Bloodstock agent Mark Pilkington acquiring ...
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Tyzone faces biggest task in Eye Liner

Tyzone faces biggest task in Eye Liner

Prolific winner Tyzone faces his biggest challenge against a quality field in the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich ...
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Former jockey Maurice Stafford dies

Former jockey Maurice Stafford dies

Former jockey and trainer Maurice Stafford, who rode many top horses including Rockhampton champion Ascot Bridge, has died aged 70 ...
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Goulburn Market Movers

Goulburn market movers for Friday, June 15

GOULBURN is racing this Friday and the punters have made their moves early in the piece at the NSW track ...
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Shoals to run for The Star in $13m Everest

Shoals to run for The Star in $13m Everest

Triple Group One-winning filly Shoals has been selected to run for the Star Entertainment Group in the $13 million Everest ...
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Darren Weir celebrates a winner

Weir brings up his 400th win for season

A hurdle win to Ancient King at Ballarat has given Darren Weir his 400th win in Australia for the season, ...
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Beau Mertens after Trevor Clarke Handicap

Williams, Mertens tied in premiership race

With 12 metropolitan meetings remaining in the season, Beau Mertens and Craig Williams are tied for the lead in the ...
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Deanne Panya on Wide Acclaim

Panya escapes serious injury in mishap

Apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has been released from hospital after being shaken when a horse flipped before a barrier trial ...
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Mudgee horse trainer Cameron Crockett

The Frick takes shot at a Highway Handicap

Trainer Cameron Crockett is looking to The Frick to step up in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill ...
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Mamzelle Tess

Mamzelle Tess to build on country wins

After three successive wins on bush tracks, Mamzelle Tess is aiming to break her city maiden at Moonee Valley ...
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Browne rides Buffering to 2013 Manikato Stakes win

Browne on track at Ipswich

Jockey Damian Browne might hate driving the 100km from his Caloundra home to Ipswich but he has an amazing record ...
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Christopher Brown aboard Daisy Doutes

Daisy Doutes brings family to the Valley

After winning four races in succession, Albury-trained mare Daisy Doutes makes her city debut at Moonee Valley ...
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Alegria wins at Rosehill Gardens in 2015

Alegria on track for fruitful winter

Godolphin mare Alegria is expected to maintain her consistent form this campaign when she steps up in distance at Rosehill ...
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Darktown Strutter, trained by Kelly Schweida

Filly to strut her stuff at Ipswich

Trainer Kelly Schweida has carefully planned a win for Darktown Strutter at Ipswich ...
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Ipswich tips

Ipswich Cup betting guide with form, odds and free tips, June 17

THE Brisbane winter carnival moves to Ipswich this Saturday where the Ipswich Cup will take centre billing. It might not ...
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The Valley tips

Moonee Valley racing free tips, odds and form, Saturday June 17

RACING in Victoria returns to Moonee Valley where we have form, odds and free tips for every race this Saturday ...
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Megablast

Megablast on trial at Moonee Valley for spring carnival start

NEW Zealand-based trainer Nigel Tiley will decide whether Megablast returns to Melbourne for the spring carnival after it runs at ...
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Queensland horse Jumbo Prince

Ipswich to suit Jumbo Prince

Michael Nolan is hoping the last-start failure of Ipswich Cup contender Jumbo Prince can be put down to the Eagle ...
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Horse trainer Grahame Begg

Begg to give Hinchin Time her shot in town

Trainer Grahame Begg believes two-year-old Hinchin Time is a progressive filly and he will give her a chance at a ...
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NZ galloper Benzini

Benzini needs to set weight record

Tough New Zealander Benzini will have to smash a 55-year-old weight-carrying record to win the Ipswich Cup ...
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Victorian horse trainer Darren Weir

Weir poised to notch 400th win for season

Trainer Darren Weir has moved to within one of his 400th winner for the season with a double at Sandown ...
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Italian superstar jockey Frankie Dettori

Dettori expects to ride in French Oaks

Frankie Dettori is expected to be fit to ride Shutter Speed in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly ...
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Horse trainer Jim Cerchi Jnr.

Trainer Jim Cerchi jr to face RAD Board

A chest rub ointment applied to the nostrils of Petrov has landed trainer Jim Cerchi jr an appointment before the ...
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Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup betting guide, odds and free tips

Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup betting guide, odds and free tips

THE Group 1 Ascot Gold Cup is an important race for Australian racing as it could have an impact on ...
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Vic racing

Berlutti impresses first-up at Sandown

A good first-up record and a liking for wet ground has led to Berlutti scoring a strong win at Sandown ...
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Vic racing

Nick Hall to ride Azkadellia in Tiara

Jockey Nick Hall has been booked to ride Azkadellia in the Tattersall's Tiara, the final Group One race of the ...
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NSW racing news

Wine Tales ready for delayed return

Trainer Chris Waller hopes the rain stays away from Rosehill to give Wine Tales her chance to return to racing ...
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NSW racing news

Kelvinside an upset Warwick Farm winner

The outsider in a six-horse field, Kelvinside has scored an upset win at Warwick Farm for trainer Pat Webster ...
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Queensland news

Nakanai scores upset at Doomben

Nakanai has scored an upset win at Doomben for trainer Mel Eggleston ...
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Vic racing

Fireworks to step out for new stable

Stakes-winning filly Fireworks will make her debut for new trainers David Hayes and Tom Dabernig at Moonee Valley ...
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NSW racing news

Wine Tales ready for delayed return

Trainer Chris Waller hopes the rain stays away from Rosehill to give Wine Tales her chance to return to racing ...
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Vic racing

Hayes makes rare Sandown appearance pay

Hear The Chant made the trip to Sandown worthwhile for trainer David Hayes with a narrow debut win ...
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Vic racing

Appalachian Annie after another Valley win

Track specialist Appalachian Annie will be chasing her third Moonee Valley win for the season when she returns from a ...
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Queensland news

Sears uncertain on two-pronged attack

Trainer Tony Sears has admitted the weather will play a major part in his decision to run both Choice Bro ...
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UK News

Further showers for day two of Ascot

Rain is expected to continue for the second day of the Royal Ascot meeting with track already in the soft ...
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UK News

A Shin Hikari odds-on for Royal Ascot

Japanese star A Shin Hikari goes to the Princes Of Wales's Stakes as the world's highest rated racehorse and the ...
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Vic racing

Azkadellia on track for Group One Tiara

Trainer Ciaron Maher says Azkadellia is on target for the Group One Tattersall's Tiara despite her Stradbroke Handicap defeat ...
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Vic racing

Premiership battle to continue at Sandown

Dwayne Dunn will be out to maintain his lead over Craig Williams in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership when he rides ...
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UK News

James McDonald second at Royal Ascot

Sydney's leading jockey James McDonald has run a close second on Qewy in the final race on the first day ...
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racing news

American horse Tepin wins at Royal Ascot

American mare Tepin has won the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot ...
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