Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 18th November

Today 18th 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.


Wyong horse racing news

Daily horse racing news – Wednesday, 18 November 2020

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the latest news and best bets for Wednesday's racing action at Strathalbyn, Wyong, Ipswich, Mornington, Ascot and ...
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Stronger

Stronger into Group 2 Jockey Club test, Big Time Baby returns

Stronger heads into Sunday’s (22 November) Group 2 Jockey Club Sprint (1200m) with trainer Douglas Whyte optimistic that his smart ...
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Classique Legend

Top sprinter Classique Legend steps out, Columbus on Cup mission

The world’s joint-highest rated sprinter Classique Legend completed his first piece of fast work on the Sha Tin dirt Tuesday ...
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Eion Kemp

Kemp hoping innovative approach pays dividends at Ready To Run sale

Prospective buyers interested in the quality two-year-old consignment being offered through the Kilgravin Lodge draft at this week’s NZB Ready ...
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Exceed and Excel colt

Treweek’s buoyed ahead of NZ Ready To Run sale

Lyndhurst Farm have a proud history selling at the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sale and that is set ...
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Siyouni colt

Phones red-hot ahead of NZ Ready To Run Sale

With the COVID-19 pandemic putting a halt to international buyers attending New Zealand Bloodstock’s Ready To Run Sale at Karaka ...
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Kahma Lass

1000 Guineas winner adds to Cunningham’s upbeat outlook

It’s been a fantastic New Zealand Cup carnival for horses from Curraghmore sale drafts – from all ends of the ...
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Sam Beatson

Riversley Park adapting to conditions

With no overseas buyers being present at Karaka for this year’s New Zealand Bloodstock Ready To Run Sale, vendors have ...
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Chad Ormsby

Chad Orsmby – the man of many hats

Waikato horseman Chad Orsmby has his fingers in a lot pies, but he wouldn’t have it any other way. Earlier ...
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Harbour Views

Harbour Views could miss Ballarat Cup run

Talented gelding Harbour Views could miss a start in the Listed Ballarat Cup as he is down the order of ...
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Peter Gelagotis

No action taken after Sandown inquiry

No action has been taken after a stewards inquiry in relation to the conduct of trainer Peter Gelagotis towards a ...
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John Sargent

Luvaluva out to get Gong at Kembla Grange

Trainer John Sargent believes Luvaluva is spot-on for the The Gong at Kembla Grange with 25 horses nominated for the ...
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Ef Troop

Ef Troop in Ballarat return for new stable

Trainer Tony McEvoy is planning to run new stable recruit Ef Troop at Ballarat and has been pleased with the ...
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Gailo Chop

Kingston Town Classic aim for Gailo Chop

The Matthew Williams-trained veteran Gailo Chop is being aimed at the Group One Kingston Town Classic in Perth ...
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Matt Kropp

Kropp out to add to Ready to Run honour roll

After a string of successes with his Ready to Run Sale purchases, Toowoomba trainer Matt Kropp has returned to Karaka ...
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Where Are You

From Group 1 to unique Australian event

Shaune Ritchie is going from chasing Group 1 glory at Riccarton on Saturday to attempting to win the longest flat ...
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Leah Hemi

First Group victory for Hemi

Central Districts jockey Leah Hemi experienced her biggest day in racing at Riccarton on Saturday, but admits the milestone is ...
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Gold Fields

Gold Fields to campaign in Dubai

Connections of Sandown Stakes winner Gold Fields are planning to give him a campaign in Dubai taking in dirt racing ...
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Exultant

Exultant dominates Jockey Club Cup

Exultant was at his dominant best in Sunday’s (17 November) Group 2 Jockey Club Cup (2000m) at Sha Tin, galloping ...
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Aethero

Aethero rises to the task in the Jockey Club Sprint

Aethero lived up to his billing as Hong Kong’s next big thing with a scintillating front-running victory in the Group ...
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Waikuku

Waikuku hands another defeat to Beauty Generation

Waikuku shifted out of Beauty Generation’s shadow with a decisive rail-side burst that has him vying to be Hong Kong’s ...
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Loire

Cambridge couple make correct call with class filly

The decision to withdraw a nomination for their royally bred Redoute’s Choice filly from the 2018 New Zealand Bloodstock National ...
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Riodini

Riodini on Auckland Guineas path

Promising three-year-old Riodini maintained his unbeaten record with another impressive victory at Tauranga on the weekend, with trainer Nigel Tiley ...
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La Romanee

Miller on a mission

Young trainer Daniel Miller will have plenty on his mind as he climbs into the driver’s seat of his horse ...
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Stelvio downs defending champ Persian Knight in Mile Championship

Stelvio downs defending champ Persian Knight in Mile Championship

Fifth pick Stelvio captured his first G1 victory in this year’s Mile Championship to reign as another three-year-old mile champion ...
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Record breaking Beauty Generation in a different league to his rivals

Record breaking Beauty Generation in a different league to his rivals

It’s not often the highest praise for a major race winner comes from the trainer of the runner-up. But that ...
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Track record for Eagle Way as big guns burn out in Jockey Club Cup

Track record for Eagle Way as big guns burn out in Jockey Club Cup

Eagle Way set John Moore a quandary after swooping to an upset win in a dramatic renewal of the HK$4.25 ...
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Magic Millions path for Champagne Boom

Magic Millions path for Champagne Boom

Stakes-winning two-year-old Champagne Boom is scheduled to run in the Wyong Magic Millions Classic ahead of her planned crack at ...
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Spaceboy to make debut in Golden Gift

Spaceboy to make debut in Golden Gift

Trainer Gary Portelli is excited about the prospects of two-year-old Spaceboy who makes his debut in the Golden Gift at ...
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Levendi working towards a Sydney campaign

Levendi working towards a Sydney campaign

Surgery to remove knee chips forced Levendi out of the spring carnival but the Australian Derby winner is now back ...
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Mick Price calls for Regumate re-think

Mick Price calls for Regumate re-think

Trainer Mick Price has called on Racing Victoria to reconsider its position on Regumate which controls the cycles of mares ...
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Ocean Emperor wins

The story behind Ocean Emperor’s Tauranga Stakes victory

A phone call from the National Racing Bureau in the early hours of Saturday morning delivered an unexpected reward for ...
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Miss Federer wins at Riccarton

Miss Federer returns serve and wins Listed race at Riccarton

Promising two-year-old Miss Federer overcame some anxious moments prior to the running of the Listed Barneswood Farm Welcome Stakes (1000m) ...
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Masetto wins at Tauranga

NZ Derby in Masetto’s sights after Tauranga victory

Lightly raced three-year-old Masetto indicated he may have a bright future over more ground when he produced a strong finish ...
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Written By spelling ahead of busy autumn

Written By spelling ahead of busy autumn

Written By is being given time to get over his spring campaign before preparing for some of the feature sprints ...
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Prawn proves the King for returning Moreira

Prawn proves the King for returning Moreira

A rampant new star and a returning older one combined in perfect harmony at Sha Tin today (18 November) as ...
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McEvoy wins again on Zipping Classic day

McEvoy wins again on Zipping Classic day

Kerrin McEvoy has made the most of limited opportunities at Sandown, guiding home Yulong Xingsheng in the Twilight Glow Stakes ...
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Inquiries for John Sadler over scratching

Inquiries for John Sadler over scratching

The scratching of Observational from a stakes race at Sandown has landed trainer John Sadler in hot water on two ...
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Payroll narrowly wins G3 Eclipse Stakes

Payroll narrowly wins G3 Eclipse Stakes

The Richard Laming-trained Payroll has narrowly defeated international visitor Kidmenever in the Group Three Eclipse Stakes at Sandown ...
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Glenall makes ideal first impression

Glenall makes ideal first impression

Lightly-raced sprinter Glenall has made an impressive debut for Hawkes Racing by winning the second race of his career at ...
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Villermont prevails in Sandown Guineas

Villermont prevails in Sandown Guineas

Villermont has given trainer Aaron Purcell another feature race win storming home to claim the Sandown Guineas ...
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Payroll

Payroll pounces late to win Eclipse Stakes

ULTRA-CONSISTENT mare Payroll kept its stellar form this preparation intact after claiming the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown in dramatic circumstances ...
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The Taj Mahal wins Zipping Classic

The Taj Mahal wins Zipping Classic

The Taj Mahal has won the Zipping Classic at Sandown in Robert Hickmott's final meeting as trainer for Lloyd Williams' ...
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Interlocuter continues to impress

Interlocuter continues to impress

Interlocuter has continued his winning ways at Rosehill to reinforce the opinion he is a Group One horse of the ...
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Crystal Dreamer

Crystal Dreamer crushes the field in Doveton Stakes

FIVE-YEAR-OLD gelding Crystal Dreamer bounced back to its top-tier form after a barnstorming win in the Doveton Stakes at Sandown ...
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Best Guess proves a certainty

Best Guess proves a certainty

Best Guess has continued his consistent preparation by notching a second win for Sydney's premier trainer Chris Waller at Rosehill ...
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Crystal Dreamer too speedy at Sandown

Crystal Dreamer too speedy at Sandown

Crystal Dreamer has outsped his rivals to win the Listed Doveton Stakes over 1000m at Sandown ...
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Cabeza De Vaca has won the November Handicap.

Cabeza De Vaca posts fifth successive win

In-form gelding Cabeza De Vaca is set to step up to Group company for the first time after extending his ...
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White rides winner before wash out

White rides winner before wash out

Apprentice Zoe White rode her first Saturday metropolitan winner on Bring It Home Pop before the Doomben meeting was washed ...
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Kah full of praise for Dollar For Dollar

Kah full of praise for Dollar For Dollar

Jockey Jamie Kah and Dollar For Dollar have continued their successful association with a Group Three win in the Sandown ...
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Equal Balance on path to Millions

Equal Balance on path to Millions

Rosehill Highway Handicap winner Equal Balance will follow a similar path to the Magic Millions Guineas as his stablemate Eckstein ...
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Jungle Edge horse

Softer track sees Jungle Edge get back to its best

AN emotional Mick Bell has paid tribute to seven-year-old gelding Jungle Edge, which overturned a poor run of form to ...
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Gobstopper

Gobstopper outlasts rivals to win Group 3 New Zealand Cup

GOBSTOPPER has pulled off one of the toughest New Zealand Cup wins in recent history by leading from the outset ...
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Forecast of rain gave Jungle an Edge

Forecast of rain gave Jungle an Edge

Jungle Edge has given trainer Mick Bell an emotional victory with his all the way win in the Kevin Heffernan ...
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Walker guides Fanatic to Sandown win

Walker guides Fanatic to Sandown win

Jockey Michael Walker has won the Sandown Cup on Fanatic before being stood down from the rest of the meeting ...
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Breakthrough metro win for Lauri Wray

Breakthrough metro win for Lauri Wray

Lord Kingsley has provided trainer Lauri Wray with her first Saturday metropolitan winner, a fortnight after the gelding was denied ...
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Hasahalo

Hasahalo returns to form with New Zealand 1000 Guineas upset

THE New Zealand 1000 Guineas has claimed another short-priced favourite with Prom Queen failing to upset winner Hasahalo. All the ...
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Sedanzer defies betting drift at Rosehill

Sedanzer defies betting drift at Rosehill

Sedanzer has defied a betting drift to win at Rosehill for trainers Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott ...
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O'Dea filly a sensation in the wet

O’Dea filly a sensation in the wet

Trainer Steve O'Dea has declared Singular Sensation is ready to tackle the Magic Millions Classic after her easy win on ...
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Emily Finnegan

Step up in trip expected for Manzala

CONNECTIONS of Manzala are expecting a sharp improvement from the two-year-old next preparation after a stunning debut at Morphettville. Jumping ...
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Elevated TC02 leads to Sandown scratching

Elevated TC02 leads to Sandown scratching

An elevated TC02 level in an out of competition sample has lead to Observational being scratched from a stakes race ...
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Karaka Million on radar for Long Leaf

Karaka Million on radar for Long Leaf

Talented two-year-old colt Long Leaf has backed up a debut win in Adelaide with a Listed win at Sandown in ...
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Pretty Fast on track for Queensland test

Pretty Fast on track for Queensland test

Pretty Fast has won her third straight race after a victory at Rosehill on Saturday ...
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My Giuliano proves he handles wet tracks

My Giuliano proves he handles wet tracks

My Giuliano has cast aside doubts about him at 2200m on a really heavy track when he won at Doomben ...
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Al Hasa

Golden Slipper a possibility for Te Akau Stud winner Al Hasa

THE 2017 Welcome Stakes was a one-horse affair as punters had predicted at Riccarton on Saturday. $1.40 favourite Al Hasa ...
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James Cummings wins another Bong Bong Cup

James Cummings wins another Bong Bong Cup

Trainer James Cummings has won his second Bong Bong Cup in as many years with Alfred The Great claiming the ...
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Marenostro kicking off path to G2 Villiers

Marenostro kicking off path to G2 Villiers

Trainer Chris Waller says Marenostro's winning strike rate stands him in good stead for Saturday's November Handicap at Rosehill ...
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Racing NSW bans punter surrounding McDonald investigation

Racing NSW bans punter surrounding McDonald investigation

Racing NSW has warned off punter Anthony Gardiner for refusing to be interviewed by stewards ...
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Take Pride looking for rise in distance

Take Pride looking for rise in distance

Trainer Murray Johnson thinks talented mare Take Pride will appreciate a rise in distance when she runs at Ballarat ...
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Kelly Doughty hopes for big week

Kelly Doughty hopes for big week

Trainer Kelly Doughty may have unearthed a potential star this week but she will be relying on old favourite for ...
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Moloney-trained colt on Song for Ballarat

Moloney-trained colt on Song for Ballarat

After an eye-catching run at Flemington last start trainer John Moloney is hoping Liberty Song can make his presence felt ...
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Lindsay Park pair ready for Ballarat Cup

Lindsay Park pair ready for Ballarat Cup

Rising Romance will attempt to break a long run of outs in the Ballarat Cup while Lindsay Park is keen ...
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Believe Yourself returns to Aust racing

Believe Yourself returns to Aust racing

Five-year-old mare Believe Yourself, now in the care of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott, returns to Australian racing at Ballarat ...
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Cassidy to continue run with Heathcote

Cassidy to continue run with Heathcote

Eight of Larry Cassidy's 18 winners since his return from injury have been for trainer Robert Heathcote and the pair ...
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Garrard goes chasing the money at Ballarat

Garrard goes chasing the money at Ballarat

Co-trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young have delayed the start of Garrard's career, waiting for the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic ...
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Tony Gollan calls on veterans

Tony Gollan calls on veterans

Tony Gollan hopes some of his stable's veterans can start the summer feature races series by racing well at Eagle ...
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Tradesman

Can Tradesman clinch the Railway Stakes for local father-son duo?

FATHER and son training team Robert and Todd Harvey will be aiming to secure their first group 1 victory this ...
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Barrier draw compounds Lady's luckless run

Barrier draw compounds Lady’s luckless run

Lady Le Fay has had a luckless spring and has come up with the widest barrier in the Ballarat Cup ...
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Father and son trainers guilty of Cobalt use receive big bans

Father and son trainers guilty of Cobalt use receive big bans

DISGRACED trainers Lee and Shannon Hope have been handed down severe penalties for administering the banned substance Cobalt to their ...
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