Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 19th September

Today 19th September 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.


Horsham betting tips, quaddie picks & value bets | 20/09/2021

Horsham betting tips, quaddie picks & value bets | 20/09/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the Horsham racing preview for Monday, September 20, with all the top tips, value bets, best odds ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | September 19, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | September 19, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees seven meetings being held on this Sunday afternoon. Our racing analysts here at horsebetting.com.au ...
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Sunshine Coast tips, value bets & quaddie picks | Sunday, 19/9/21

Sunshine Coast tips, value bets & quaddie picks | Sunday, 19/9/21

Horsebetting.com.au brings you the betting preview for the Sunshine Coast races held on Sunday, September 19 2021. See all the ...
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Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Sunday, September 19

Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Sunday, September 19

HorseBetting's Victorian racing tipster brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie selections for the Ballarat meeting on Sunday, ...
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Art De Triomphe

Art De Triomphe caps magical hour for Go Racing syndicates

Albert Bosma’s Go Racing syndicates enjoyed one of their finest hours on Saturday when they celebrated three separate victories including ...
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Atishu

Atishu books Epsom berth

Former New Zealander Atishu will attempt to follow the path blazed by Probabeel last year and claim the Bill Ritchie-Epsom ...
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Bellacontte

Rails run aids Bellacontte to land Gold Trail

Rider Sarah Macnab produced a gem of a ride as she guided under-rated filly Bellacontte to a thrilling victory in ...
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Callsign Mav

Callsign Mav defends Group One title

Gritty local galloper Callsign Mav had to call on all his undoubted talent as he took out his second Group ...
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Wakari

Wakari upsets favourites at Hastings

Awapuni galloper Wakari upset all predictions when he held out hot favourite I Wish I Win to take out the ...
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Drops Of God

Drops Of God return fuels Moreira optimism

Joao Moreira is confident Drops Of God, leading contender in the Class 3 Chinese Recreation Club Challenge Cup Handicap (1200m) ...
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Behemoth

Behemoth Carries Big Weight To Group 1 Victory

South Australian Behemoth made it successive Group One wins when he took out the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes, prompting connections ...
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Classique Legend

Bridge Says Legend The Best He Has Trained

Les Bridge has trained several star horses during his 60-year career but he regards Classique Legend as the best of ...
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Caulfield Cup On Order For Emerging Stayer

Caulfield Cup On Order For Emerging Stayer

Lightly-raced stayer Orderofthegarter has won his way into the Caulfield Cup with an impressive performance in the Naturalism Stakes ...
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Kolding

By George, Kolding Back In Winner’s Stall

Champion trainer Chris Waller has continued his epic record in Group One mile races at Randwick, winning the George Main ...
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Odeum

Walker Not Surprised By Odeum’s Victory

Michael Walker said Mick Price didn't take him seriously when he said Odeum could have won her previous start bar ...
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Kerrin McEvoy Breaks Duck Aboard Probabeel

Kerrin McEvoy Breaks Duck Aboard Probabeel

New Zealand mare Probabeel has booked her spot in the Group One Epsom Handicap with a polished victory in a ...
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Counsel Victoria Derby-Bound After Win

Counsel Victoria Derby-Bound After Win

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable hope they have unveiled a Victoria Derby contender in Wise Counsel, who took ...
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Unbeaten It's Me New Kosciuszko Favourite

Unbeaten It’s Me New Kosciuszko Favourite

The Brett Cavanough-trained It's Me has maintained her perfect record with a brilliant win at Randwick to firm into favouritism ...
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Lakeshore Eagle

Lakeshore Eagle shoots for four in hot Sha Tin feature

Lakeshore Eagle soared to a hat-trick of wins at the end of last season and this Sunday (20 September) at ...
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Extending wins for Bruce Purcell at Sale

Extending wins for Bruce Purcell at Sale

Extending has given Bruce Purcell his first winner since the trainer was in a coma following an accident at the ...
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Morendi

Morendi ride caps busy week for Cahill

Jockey Michael Cahill will cap a busy week when he rides veteran Morendi in the Makers Mark Handicap at Eagle ...
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Andrew Forsman

Long Jack out to press Derby claims

Long Jack gets the chance to press his Victoria Derby claims when he has his second Australian start in a ...
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Self Sense

Precautionary scope rules out Self Sense

Self Sense will miss the MRC Foundation Cup but trainer David Brideoake does not expect it to interfere with his ...
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Spring racing fashion trends back to 80s

Spring racing fashion trends back to 80s

Eighties-inspired looks including puffy sleeves and bright colours are set to trend this spring racing season ...
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Qld trainers upset at photo decision

Qld trainers upset at photo decision

Queensland trainers have asked for a compensation system to cover decisions such as overturning a photo finish months after the ...
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Flit

Clark happy to Flit in for Tea Rose ride

Jockey Tim Clark believes Libertini is vulnerable in the Tea Rose Stakes and his pick-up ride Flit could be the ...
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Grahame Begg

Beauty Bolt ready for Caulfield challenge

Unbeaten Beauty Bolt rises from restricted country grade races to stakes level in her city debut at Caulfield ...
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Everest Carnival

Everest Carnival launches in Sydney style

The Everest Carnival has officially launched at Sydney's Randwick Racecourse in the new Pony Palms precinct before it opens to ...
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Santa Ana Lane

Santa Ana Lane scratched from The Shorts

Multiple Group One winner Santa Ana Lane has been scratched from The Shorts because of a heavy track ...
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Ex-apprentice remains in coma after fall

Ex-apprentice remains in coma after fall

Stephen Brown Jr has cracked ribs, a crack in his neck and a punctured lung along with head injuries following ...
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Avilius

Another Group 1 chance for Avilius in George Main

Avilius gets his chance for another Group One win when he runs in the George Main Stakes on what will ...
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Greg Hickman

Track to determine if Pierata runs

Sydney's weather could have a significant impact on The Shorts with several key Everest horses in doubt, including Pierata ...
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Deprive

Godolphin with two Rupert Clarke chances

Deprive will face his first Group One test in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes in which one of his rivals ...
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Madison County

Sir Rupert Clarke first-up for Madison County

The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained Madison County will have his first hit-out of the spring when he steps out ...
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Trifolium

Trifolium on a trail for gold

Marton trainer Fraser Auret has a lot of time for three-year-old filly Trifolium and is looking forward to watching her ...
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Campbell Rawiller set for his riding debut

Campbell Rawiller set for his riding debut

Apprentice Campbell Rawiller, son of multiple Group One-winning jockey Nash Rawiller, is set to make his race riding debut at ...
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Charles Road

Charles Road set to relish step up in distance

A return to middle distance racing has Matamata trainers Lance O'Sullivan and Andrew Scott confident that Charles Road can produce ...
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Probabeel

Sydney weather casts a cloud of doubt over Te Akau runners

Torrential rain in Sydney has put doubts over whether trainer Jamie Richards will start quality gallopers Probabeel and Avantage in ...
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Reckless Choice

Reckless Choice on Magic Millions path

Improving gelding Reckless Choice can justify a Magic Millions Trophy campaign when he steps up to 1800m at Eagle Farm ...
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Ex-apprentice seriously ill after fall

Ex-apprentice seriously ill after fall

Stephen Brown Jr has cracked ribs, a crack in his neck and a punctured lung following a Wangaratta trackwork fall ...
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Our Candidate

Numbers favour Lees breaking Cup hoodoo

In-form stayer Our Candidate will lead the charge for local trainer Kris Lees when he chases an elusive Newcastle Cup ...
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Cadogan

Team Edmonds solving problems

The Toby and Trent Edmonds training partnership seems to have found the key to one problem and are now keen ...
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Pippie

Pippie bids for four straight at Caulfield

The Chris and John Meagher-trained Pippie will bid to extend her winning sequence to four when she runs in the ...
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Melbourne trip off for two Japanese horses

Melbourne trip off for two Japanese horses

Japanese horses Meiner Wunsch and Meiner Fanrong will not make the trip to Melbourne for the spring carnival ...
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Richard Litt

Richard Litt after first Eagle Farm winner

Warwick Farm trainer Richard Litt is chasing his first Brisbane winner with former Godolphin horse Morton's Fork at Eagle Farm ...
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Snitz

Dunn still has hopes of Kosciuszko place

Trainer Matt Dunn hopes either of his Eagle Farm runners La Scopa or Snitz can still get a place in ...
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Santa Ana Lane in doubt for Shorts

Santa Ana Lane in doubt for Shorts

Multiple Group One winner Santa Ana Lane is doubtful to run in The Shorts at Randwick because of a heavy ...
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Darren Weir

Premier trainer Darren Weir fined $5000

Trainer Darren Weir has been fined $5000 after stewards found seven horses who ran in jump-outs at Ballarat were not ...
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Ex-UK jumper stays unbeaten in Australia

Ex-UK jumper stays unbeaten in Australia

English import High Bridge has added to a promising start to his Australian career with another impressive win at Warwick ...
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Tavirun follows a well-worn stable path

Tavirun follows a well-worn stable path

Victorian-trained three-year-old Tavirun is scheduled to head north to Sydney for the Gloaming Stakes on a path towards Group One ...
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Gollan's Doomben double sparks title chase

Gollan’s Doomben double sparks title chase

Trainer Tony Gollan has had an early Doomben double as he climbs back up the premiership ladder chasing his sixth ...
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NZ mare to make Aussie debut at Caulfield

NZ mare to make Aussie debut at Caulfield

Carnival, a new addition to the Russell and Scott Cameron stable, is set to have her first outing for the ...
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Brenton Avdulla chases a Group One return

Brenton Avdulla chases a Group One return

Brenton Avdulla makes his return to Sydney Saturday racing at Rosehill where his rides include the speedy Jonker in the ...
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Strong hand for Godolphin in Rupert Clarke

Strong hand for Godolphin in Rupert Clarke

Godolphin will have three chances in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes with Home Of The Brave, Osborne Bulls and international ...
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Otaki pair to relish Hastings mile

Otaki pair to relish Hastings mile

Otaki trainers Johno Benner and Hollie Wynyard will have two strong chances in Saturday’s Group 1 Windsor Park Plate (1600m) ...
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Chautauqua entered for Flemington jump-out

Chautauqua entered for Flemington jump-out

A bid to have Chautauqua return to racing is expected to take another step in a Flemington jump-out ...
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Brave Smash unlikely for Premiere Stakes

Brave Smash unlikely for Premiere Stakes

The Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley is looming as the most likely short-term target for Brave Smash as he prepares ...
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Kris Lees duo impress in Newcastle trial

Kris Lees duo impress in Newcastle trial

In Her Time has rounded out preparations for her return in the Premiere Stakes with a barrier trial against stablemate ...
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Price trying to beat ballot in Naturalism

Price trying to beat ballot in Naturalism

The winner of the Naturalism Stakes at Caulfield will earn an exemption from the Caulfield Cup ballot ...
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Murphy to ring the Bel at Sunshine Coast

Murphy to ring the Bel at Sunshine Coast

Bel Burgess will be out to maintain trainer David Murphy's purple patch of form at the Sunshine Coast ...
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Ef Troop set to continue spring campaign

Ef Troop set to continue spring campaign

Talented Ef Troop is set to continue his spring campaign but stablemate Outback Barbie is in the spelling paddock ...
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Carnival to make Australian debut

Carnival to make Australian debut

Group 3-winning mare Carnival has recently joined the Flemington stable of Russell and Scott Cameron and is set to make ...
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Alexander close to a return at Caulfield

Alexander close to a return at Caulfield

Having had his stables quarantined following a strangles outbreak, trainer Archie Alexander nears a racing return after accepting with two ...
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Capacity field for G1 Rupert Clarke Stakes

Capacity field for G1 Rupert Clarke Stakes

International visitor Jungle Cat is among a capacity field of 15 plus four emergencies for the Group One Sir Rupert ...
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Poet's Word sidelined by injury

Poet’s Word sidelined by injury

Dual Group One winner Poet's Word has suffered an injury setback and will not be seen in action again this ...
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Get Ya Kicks

Get Ya Kicks delivers remarkable form reversal at Wangaratta

A STUNNING "accidental" performance from six-year-old Get Ya Kicks has boosted the hopes of trainer James Fraser that a return ...
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Bjorn Baker ponders Bonny O'Reilly options

Bjorn Baker ponders Bonny O’Reilly options

Trainer Bjorn Baker will make a call on which race classy mare Bonny O'Reilly attempts at Rosehill after the barrier ...
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quaddie of the week

Pakenham quaddie tips and specials for Thursday, September 21

TWO quaddies in a week? The team at HorseBetting certainly know how to spoil our readers. To complement our Tuesday ...
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Brave Smash likely to start at Caulfield

Brave Smash likely to start at Caulfield

The ATC's Everest representative Brave Smash is likely to have his final lead-up to the $10 million sprint in a ...
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Trainers warned of cobalt levels in feed

Trainers warned of cobalt levels in feed

Racing NSW stewards have issued a warning to trainers about excessive levels of cobalt in some horse feed ...
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Madam Stryker

Patient approach awaits in-form Madam Stryker

TRAINER Mick Sell is set to take a "wait and see" approach after his four-year-old Madam Stryker made it two ...
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Newitt prepared for trip home to Tasmania

Newitt prepared for trip home to Tasmania

Craig Newitt is looking forward to returning to Tasmania after spending his adult life in Melbourne as one of Victoria's ...
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Champagne Cuddles fast-tracked to Rose

Champagne Cuddles fast-tracked to Rose

Champagne Cuddles' Group One debut has been brought forward and she will back up in the Golden Rose seven days ...
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Super Snob

Super Snob’s sights on the city after commanding win

TRAINER Peter Morgan believes there is improvement to come from promising filly Super Snob after a strong win in the ...
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Armidale meeting called off

Armidale meeting called off

An irrigation malfunction has forced officials to call off racing at Armidale with a section of the track unsafe ...
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Abbey Marie chases Cup start in Naturalism

Abbey Marie chases Cup start in Naturalism

Abbey Marie will be trying to gain a guaranteed berth in the Caulfield Cup when she lines up in the ...
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Memento out to win maiden at Warwick Farm

Memento out to win maiden at Warwick Farm

Group-placed three-year-old filly Memento will line up at Warwick Farm trying to shed her maiden status ...
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Chocante

Can Chocante keep G1 glory all in the family?

AUSTRALIAN jockey Corey Brown enjoyed one of his finest moments in racing when he guided Shocking to victory in the ...
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Menari draws barrier 11 of 14 in Rose

Menari draws barrier 11 of 14 in Rose

Favourite Menari has drawn barrier 11 of 14 in the $1 million Golden Rose at Rosehill ...
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Caulfield Cup berth up for grabs

Caulfield Cup berth up for grabs

A guaranteed start in the Caulfield Cup is up for grabs for the winner of the Naturalism Stakes ...
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NSW racing news

First Seal on Golden comeback

Trainer John Thompson is looking to First Seal to re-assert herself in the Golden Pendant at Rosehill ...
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NSW racing news

ATC chairman Michael Crismale retires

Australian Turf Club chairman Michael Crismale will step down from his duties at the club to concentrate on other interests ...
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Vic racing

Tough test for The Bandit in Underwood

A track gallop will determine which race The Bandit contests at Caulfield with trainer John Sadler favouring the Underwood Stakes ...
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NSW racing news

Chaquinta gets chance for black-type glory

From picnic winner to dominant midweek performer, Chaquinta now gets the chance to add black-type to her meteoric rise ...
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Vic racing

Jameka penalised following Naturalism win

Racing Victoria handicapper Greg Carpenter has taken the chance to re-handicap Jameka following her Naturalism Stakes win at Caulfield ...
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Vic racing

Vet has to give evidence at cobalt appeals

A vet has lost a bid to avoid being a witness at Victorian trainers' Danny O'Brien and Mark Kavanagh's cobalt ...
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NSW racing news

Chauffeur drives to line in 2yo trials

Some expensive horse flesh has been on display in the first official two-year-old trials of the season at Randwick ...
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Vic racing

Unwell vet to appear at cobalt appeal

A vet who denies supplying bottles containing a substance called vitamin complex has been called to give evidence in two ...
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NSW racing news

First Seal on Golden comeback

Trainer John Thompson is looking to First Seal to re-assert herself in the Golden Pendant at Rosehill ...
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NSW racing tips

Warwick Farm quaddie form and tips, Wednesday September 19

THE recent rain throughout the Sydney area has done wonders for the Warwick Farm meeting this Wednesday as the abandonment ...
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Vic racing

Tendon injury ends Berisha’s Cup quest

Berisha's Caulfield Cup hopes are over with the gelding suffering a tendon injury which will keep him off the track ...
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Vic racing

Xtravagant heading to Sir Rupert Clarke

After pleasing co-trainer Stephen Autridge and jockey Damien Oliver in a Cranbourne barrier trial Xtravagant is set to run in ...
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Vic racing

The Quarterback wins Cranbourne trial

The Quarterback has scored an easy win in a Cranbourne barrier trial as he prepares for his spring return at ...
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Queensland news

Brisbane trainer looking at Sydney money

Brisbane trainer Desleigh Forster is looking to Sydney with her stable stars, attracted by the increased prize money ...
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Vic racing

Xtravagant back for Group One at Caulfield

Despite finishing out of the placings in a trial at Cranbourne plans are for Xtravagant to press ahead to Sir ...
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NSW racing news

TAB suspends Caulfield Guineas market

The TAB has suspended its market on the Caulfield Guineas with favourite Astern ruled out of the Prelude ...
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Vic racing

Unwell vet in spotlight at cobalt appeal

Victorian trainers Danny O'Brien and Mark Kavanagh will testify as they appeal against their cobalt disqualifications ...
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