Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 22nd November

Today 22nd 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.


Daily Horse Racing News & Best Bets - Sunday, November 22 2020

Daily Horse Racing News & Best Bets – Sunday, November 22 2020

HorseBetting.com.au brings you today's top stories from the Australian horse racing industry, including the latest on the Railway Stakes showdown ...
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Levante

Levante stamps her class in Counties Bowl

Exciting four-year-old Levante made a stunning return to the racetrack as she produced her trademark whirlwind finish to take out ...
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In A Twinkling

In A Twinkling wins second Counties Cup

Enigmatic stayer In A Twinkling was on his best behaviour as he secured his second Group 3 Franklin Auctions Counties ...
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Media Sensation

Media Sensation dominates on-speed in Group 2 feature

Talented mare Media Sensation backed up an eye-catching performance at the Ellerslie trials earlier this month with a comprehensive front-running ...
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Brix

Brix provides Harvey with first stakes winner

Trainer Glen Harvey capped a week he will never forget when two-year-old filly Brix upset predictions by taking out the ...
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Racing industry mourns Les Young

Racing industry mourns Les Young

Les Young, a prominent and popular member of the racing and breeding communities, has been remembered as an industry advocate ...
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Matt Cumani

Clockwise Classic focus for Cumani pair

A pair of Magic Millions horses for local trainer Matt Cumani have undergone a thorough preparation for the Clockwise Classic ...
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Trainers Will (l) and Peter Hulbert

Luck changes for promising Rebel Rock

Co-trainer Peter Hulbert believes Rebel Rock's recent bad luck has turned out to be good fortune as the colt heads ...
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Aristocratic Miss

Tough mare up for Ballarat Cup challenge

Co-trainer Calvin McEvoy is looking forward to seeing Aristocratic Miss contest the Ballarat Cup following a luckless run at Flemington ...
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Racing authorities remember Waterhouse

Racing authorities remember Waterhouse

Racing authorities have remembered Bill Waterhouse as a charismatic and controversial character in the betting ring ...
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The Party Girl

Pfieffer hopes to celebrate win with Party

A trip to the Gold Coast for a Magic Millions race is on the cards for The Party Girl, who ...
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Steve Tregea

Different tactics working for Steve Tregea

Trainer Steve Tregea can reap the benefits of trying new tactics with Prioritise and Niccanova who run in the Recognition ...
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Tamarack

Tamarack has spring in his step for mile

Joe Pride has adopted a fresh approach to Tamarack's training regime and says the horse is sharp enough to be ...
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King Of Hastings

Gold Coast calling for King Of Hastings

King Of Hastings will put his credentials on the line for a trip to the Gold Coast when he returns ...
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Chris Munce

Munce hopes trial form holds up at Doomben

Trainer Chris Munce believes Skate To Paris and Smartypy need only run to their trial form to be chances in ...
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Les Bridge

Mare for all Seasons has autumn goals

Trainer Les Bridge has stakes race aspirations for promising mare Seasons who resumes at Kembla Grange after almost 12 months ...
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Free To Shine

Ready To Run graduate poised for bold debut

Fresh from a two-day visit to Karaka for the Ready To Run Sale of Two-Year-Olds, Palmerston North trainer Lisa Latta ...
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Ross Barnett

Queensland to follow national cobalt rules

Queensland's chief integrity officer, Ross Barnett, has indicated the state has no choice but to follow national rules on cobalt ...
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Harbour Views

Harbour Views scratched from Ballarat Cup

Trainer Matthews Williams has scratched early favourite Harbour Views from the Ballarat Cup with the horse showing signs of inflammation ...
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Jarrod McLean

Suspended trainer appeals court ruling

Trainer Jarrod McLean is appealing a Supreme Court ruling that allowed Victoria's racing body to pursue charges against him based ...
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Bill Waterhouse

Legendary bookie Bill Waterhouse has died

The patriarch of the Waterhouse racing dynasty, former legendary bookmaker Bill Waterhouse, has died aged 97 ...
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Hollie Doyle reaches century of winners

Hollie Doyle reaches century of winners

Hollie Doyle has recorded a landmark winner at Chelmsford with victory aboard The Perfect Crown giving her a 100th success ...
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Bookie Brian Mann suspended by RAD Board

Bookie Brian Mann suspended by RAD Board

Victorian bookmaker Brian Mann has been suspended and fined over fictitious bets and bet-backs ...
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Successful pinhook for Woburn Farm

Successful pinhook for Woburn Farm

Victorian trainer Richard Laming went to $300,000 for a son of Toronado out of the Stravinsky mare Circus Polka on ...
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Catchy

More than 800 Blue Diamond first acceptors

First acceptances for the 2019 Group One Blue Diamond Stakes have been taken with 812 two-year-olds remaining in contention for ...
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Lucky For All secures Ballarat Cup start

Lucky For All secures Ballarat Cup start

Ballarat Cup favourite Lucky For All has secured a start in the $350,000 race as an emergency after two scratchings ...
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No rest for Thompson before Singapore trip

No rest for Thompson before Singapore trip

Singapore-bound jockey Ben Thompson has high hopes for Fact Or Fable ahead of her debut in the Magic Millions Clockwise ...
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Gentle giant to turn giant killer

Gentle giant to turn giant killer

A horse described by his trainer as the equine equivalent of Arnold Schwarzenegger will chase his second consecutive city win ...
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Leung returns to lucrative well

Leung returns to lucrative well

Willie Leung is hoping he has struck gold once again at Karaka after purchasing an Exceed and Excel colt for ...
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American comes up trumps at sale

American comes up trumps at sale

American horseman Kip Elser has recorded a great result in his first foray into the New Zealand thoroughbred scene. Elser, ...
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Allen to head interstate chasing G1 win

Allen to head interstate chasing G1 win

Melbourne apprentice Ben Allen gets his latest chance to register a first Group One win when he heads to Perth ...
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Megablast set for audacious tilt at Counties Cup

Megablast set for audacious tilt at Counties Cup

Totally. Absolutely. That was Nigel Tiley's response to the suggestion that Megablast's preparation for Saturday's Group 3 Ssangyong Counties Cup ...
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Edmonds-trained mare lives up to name

Edmonds-trained mare lives up to name

Consistent mare Plucky Girl gets the chance to win her first stakes race at Doomben in her return from a ...
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Starvirgo out to deliver in Ballarat race

Starvirgo out to deliver in Ballarat race

Assistant trainer Sam Freedman says Starvirgo has the talent to measure up in the Ballarat Magic Millions 3&4YO Classic if ...
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Racing thrives in Victoria as RV announces record numbers

Racing thrives in Victoria as RV announces record numbers

Racing Victoria’s (RV) Annual General Meeting (AGM) on Wednesday heard that punters are continuing to embrace Victorian thoroughbred racing in ...
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Right time for Green to tackle Brisbane

Right time for Green to tackle Brisbane

Trainer Graeme Green is confident two-year-old Master Jamie can carry on the success of Rockhampton juveniles in Brisbane ...
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Ladbrokes deal opens betting on Andalusia horse racing

Ladbrokes deal opens betting on Andalusia horse racing

UK-BASED betting company Ladbrokes has become the first bookmaker to take legal bets in Spain’s Andalusia region through its joint ...
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Small fish sweet for Jonah

Small fish sweet for Jonah

Promising youngster Jonah will wrap up his current preparation at Rosehill before connections look toward the better autumn carnival races ...
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Lycurgus ready to fire in Ballarat Cup

Lycurgus ready to fire in Ballarat Cup

The Ballarat Cup is the first of two country features for stayer Lycurgus this preparation with the Pakenham Cup also ...
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Consistent Tregea horses after stakes wins

Consistent Tregea horses after stakes wins

Steve Tregea has one of the most consistent teams in Queensland and hopes that can translate to some black-type wins ...
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Karis Teetan, Vincent Ho and Matthew Poon complete stellar line-up for 2018 IJC

Karis Teetan, Vincent Ho and Matthew Poon complete stellar line-up for 2018 IJC

Karis Teetan, Vincent Ho and Matthew Poon will join Zac Purton as Hong Kong's representatives in the 2018 International Jockeys’ ...
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QRIC

QRIC internal review reinstates Bailey’s training licence

THE Queensland Racing Integrity Commission (QRIC) has reinstated licence of Cairns thoroughbred trainer Alwyn Bailey following an internal review. Bailey, ...
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Pavel arrives to Japan for Grade 1 Champions Cup

Pavel arrives to Japan for Grade 1 Champions Cup

The sole contenders for this year’s Grade 1 Champions Cup, U.S.-trained Pavel, arrived safely at Narita International Airport in Chiba ...
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Vazirabad two time winner of Dubai World Cup

Carnival Implications Aplenty On Thursday’s Meydan Card

Racing at Meydan’s seven-race Thursday card is highlighted by the return of highly regarded Cosmo Charlie in the same 1600m ...
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Monsieur Gustave keeps improving

Monsieur Gustave keeps improving

Monsieur Gustave has made it three wins in a row in stakes races by winning the Listed Keith Noud Quality ...
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Gongs sounds warning with winning debut

Gongs sounds warning with winning debut

Promising Godolphin two-year-old filly Gongs has won her first start in convincing fashion at the Canterbury midweek meeting ...
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Taddai Tondo comes off retirement bench

Taddai Tondo comes off retirement bench

A late call for extra acceptances has led to Taddai Tondo breaking a two-year victory drought at Sandown ...
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Allen out to go one better in Ballarat Cup

Allen out to go one better in Ballarat Cup

After finishing second in the 2016 Ballarat Cup, apprentice Ben Allen hopes he can go one better when he rides ...
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Sandown pair destined for higher company

Sandown pair destined for higher company

Sinjaree and Echo Jet have shown better wins are in store for Hawkes Racing following their victories at Sandown ...
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Railway Stakes Black Heart Bart vs. Scales Of Justice betting

Railway Stakes Black Heart Bart vs. Scales Of Justice betting

TWO Western Australian legends journey back across the Nullarbor after east coast stints in search of group one glory and ...
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Doukhan wins at Canterbury

Back-to-back wins for Doukhan

Injury-plagued nine-year stayer Doukhan has continued a success resurgence from tendon problems by notching consecutive wins for his patient ownership ...
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Record first acceptances for Blue Diamond

Record first acceptances for Blue Diamond

First acceptances for the Blue Diamond Stakes have been taken, with 706 two-year-olds still entered for the $1.5 million Group ...
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Group One winner The Quarterback retired

Group One winner The Quarterback retired

Trainer Robbie Griffiths has called time on the career of 2016 Newmarket Handicap winner The Quarterback ...
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Somethingvain

Somethingvain set to dictate its own path

UNDER-RATED galloper Somethingvain's form over the next month will create a clear pathway going forward for trainer Michael Rogers. The ...
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Big futures for Gollan's double

Big futures for Gollan’s double

Tony Gollan predicts big futures for his apprentice Zoe White and for first starter Justify, who won separate races to ...
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Three Cumani runners in Clockwise Classic

Three Cumani runners in Clockwise Classic

Trainer Matt Cumani will be well represented on Ballarat Cup day, including having three runners in the $200,000 Magic Millions ...
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That's Freedom freed from family rivalry

That’s Freedom freed from family rivalry

Father-and-son training rivals Frank and Joe Cleary are no longer going head-to-head at Rosehill but their trip to Sydney could ...
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Test The World faces new challenge

Test The World faces new challenge

Test The World returns from a break to try to prove she is capable of competing at a higher level ...
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An artist's impression of the Valley precinct redevelopment

Moonee Valley redevelopment unveiled

A realignment of the Moonee Valley racetrack and a new grandstand is set to be built after the running of ...
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The Lustre

Group One options in the offing for filly pair

PROMISING pair The Lustre and The Sparkle have proven themselves competitive against the best fillies in the country and their ...
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Lot 10

Karaka sales kick off with a bang

THERE was plenty of pre-sale excitement around this year’s edition of the New Zealand Bloodstock Ready to Run sale of ...
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NZ Tips

Counties Cup free racing tips, form and odds, November 25

THE Group 3 Counties Cup is one of the most sought-after staying races in New Zealand and we have free ...
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Snowdens chase more success in Queensland

Snowdens chase more success in Queensland

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden hope to continue their great run in Queensland by winning the Recognition Stakes with Gold ...
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Snapshot

Snapshot looking picture perfect for famous ownership team

SNAPSHOT started its career with a hiss and a roar, winning five of its first six starts, but following a ...
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Ruby Walsh optimistic about Cheltenham

Ruby Walsh optimistic about Cheltenham

Injured champion jumps jockey Ruby Walsh is confident he will be fit to ride at the Cheltenham Festival ...
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Rebel Dane wins trial ahead of HK trip

Rebel Dane wins trial ahead of HK trip

Rebel Dane, Australia's sole representative at the upcoming Hong Kong International meeting, has tuned up for the trip with a ...
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Avdulla bounces back with full W'Farm book

Avdulla bounces back with full W’Farm book

Jockey Brenton Avdulla will be straight back into action with a full book of rides at Warwick Farm, days after ...
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Black Caviar 2YO nearing Flemington trial

Black Caviar 2YO nearing Flemington trial

Oscietra, the first foal of Black Caviar, has been making steady progress at Lindsay Park and is close to having ...
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Adelaide trainers up in arms over costs

Adelaide trainers up in arms over costs

Adelaide trainers have been slugged with extra training costs they say could lead to some leaving the state ...
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McEvoy's 2YOs start northern push to glory

McEvoy’s 2YOs start northern push to glory

Trainer Tony McEvoy is set to send Illumicon to the Golden Gift at Rosehill, the first of a band of ...
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Juveniles have look around Moonee Valley

Juveniles have look around Moonee Valley

Three juveniles nominated to make their race debuts at Moonee Valley have had a look around the course in trackwork ...
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Vic trainers chase increased prize money

Vic trainers chase increased prize money

To stop the potential loss of horses to NSW, Victorian trainers want a prize money increase to put them on ...
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Paul Makin

Paul Makin set to return to racing on the Gold Coast

AUSTRALIAN racing owner Paul Makin is set to end his retirement from the industry after the 72-year-old revealed his plan ...
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Payroll on path to Magic Millions race

Payroll on path to Magic Millions race

Payroll is being aimed at the Magic Millions Trophy and will be chasing her second win from as many starts ...
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Artistic Beauty gets midweek shot at Farm

Artistic Beauty gets midweek shot at Farm

Trainer Cameron Crockett says Artistic Beauty's light weight will make her competitive in midweek grade at Warwick Farm ...
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Matthew Dunn

Matthew Dunn aiming for fifth TAB Highway victory

CAN trainer Matthew Dunn make it five of the best at the 2016 TAB Highway at Rosehill Gardens this Saturday? ...
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Melbourne metro debut for UK apprentice

Melbourne metro debut for UK apprentice

English apprentice Paddy Pilley is on loan to Flemington trainer Nigel Blackiston for three months in Melbourne and has two ...
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Beach closures have trainers worried

Beach closures have trainers worried

Warrnambool trainers are still to learn the full impact of new measures in place restricting the use of local beaches ...
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malaguerra

Malaguerra the punter’s elect for 2016 Winterbottom Stakes

TWO-TIME group 1 winner Malaguerra is the favourite to capture Saturday’s Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot. The five-year-old gelding comes into ...
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NZ G1winner to be trained in Sydney

NZ G1winner to be trained in Sydney

NZ 2000 Guineas winner Ugo Foscolo is to do his future racing in Australia with the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian ...
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Trainer uses Twitter to book rider

Trainer uses Twitter to book rider

English trainer Jamie Osborne has used Twitter to find a rider for one of his horses ...
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