Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 23rd June

Today 23rd 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.


Tegan Abel

Abel makes winning return

It’s a busy life being a working mum, but the long hours paid off for Tegan Abel at Pukekohe on ...
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Pop Star Princess

Princess sure to be Tauranga hit

Consistent mare Pop Star Princess will venture to Tauranga on Saturday to contest the Listed Team Wealleans Tauranga Classic (1400m) ...
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David Jensen

Jensen racks up first training win

It may have been a wet winters day at Awapuni last Saturday, but that couldn’t dampen the spirits of local ...
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Kozzi Asano

Rejuvenated Asano excited for raceday return at Timaru

Kozzi Asano isn't holding out much hope of defending his national champion apprentice title but with five weeks of the ...
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Echuca Race Club

Country Victoria to hold Good Friday racing from 2022

On Tuesday morning, Racing Victoria announced that from 2022 an annual Good Friday meeting will take place in country Victoria ...
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Atishu

Atishu joins leading Sydney barn

Go Racing syndicator Albert Bosma believes the best time to send New Zealand horses to Australia is when they’re on ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | June 23, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | June 23, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees five meetings being held around the country on this Wednesday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Coventina Bay

Season finale for Coventina Bay

The curtain will come down this weekend on what has been a long but fruitful season for Coventina Bay. Trainer ...
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Moe races

Moe racing tips, value bets & top odds | Thursday, June 24

HorseBetting's Victorian racing analyst brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie numbers for the nine-part meeting at Moe ...
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Tutukaka

Staying platform for Tutukaka

Tony Pike is hoping to break maiden ranks with promising stayer Tutukaka and gets a gilt-edged opportunity in Saturday’s Listed ...
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Sierra Sue

Sierra Sue on the cusp of Tiara tilt

Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young believe Sierra Sue is a big hope in the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara (1400m) at ...
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The Rock

The Rock for Schofield as Fownes readies nine for the Valley

After starring with five wins from 12 runners and a clean sweep of both Group 3s on Sunday afternoon (20 ...
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Future for Jolly Sailor lies in Hong Kong

Future for Jolly Sailor lies in Hong Kong

Jolly Sailor has run his last race in Australia, having been sold to Hong Kong interests after winning three of ...
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Consistent Sansom to chase Caulfield win

Consistent Sansom to chase Caulfield win

Trainer Phillip Stokes believes Sansom has taken plenty out of his first-up second at The Valley and will be better ...
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Time To Reign

Time To Reign set for return at Rosehill

Silver Slipper-winning colt Time To Reign is set to make his return to racing at Rosehill for the three-year-old's first ...
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Coronavirus hiccup hits race club members

Coronavirus hiccup hits race club members

Racing Victoria CEO Giles Thompson is hoping patrons will still be allowed on-course next month, with the recent spike in ...
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Front Page

Connections keep Front Page on home soil

After winning his first metropolitan outing in impressive fashion, the connections of Front Page have knocked back some sizeable offers ...
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Graff

Graff likely to chase Ramornie success

Smart sprinter Graff is likely to run in next month's Listed Ramornie Handicap at Grafton after an impressive Deagon trial ...
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Old-timer Fighting Heart set to race again

Old-timer Fighting Heart set to race again

Fighting Heart, a former Hong Kong-trained 12-year-old, is set to have his first start in seven years at Ipswich on ...
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Proisir x Pennacchio colt

Proisir colt tops National Weanling Sale

New Zealand Bloodstock’s first-ever National Weanling Sale, conducted online via Gavelhouse Plus, resulted in 60 lots selling for a total ...
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Daniel Stackhouse

Kiwi hoop vying for Victorian premiership

Expat New Zealand jockey Daniel Stackhouse is having a season to remember in Victoria. The 29-year-old Cantabrian is 24 wins ...
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Wyndspelle

Wyndspelle to stand at Grangewilliam Stud

Group 1-winning miler Wyndspelle will take up stud duties at Grangewilliam Stud in South Taranaki this spring where he will ...
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Fast Mover

Liefting ticks another item off the bucket list

South Auckland trainer Rudy Liefting added another string to his bow when Fast Mover recorded his maiden victory over 1100m ...
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Sir Peter Vela

Kiwis part of Royal Procession at Royal Ascot

New Zealand has been well-represented in the four-carriage Royal Procession on the final day of Royal Ascot with Rosehill-based trainer ...
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Intimidate

Intimidate overcomes anxious moments

Rangiora trainer Nick Wigley was holding his breath just moments before the start of Saturday’s two-year-old contest at Riccarton as ...
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Invincibella Jason Collett

Collett gets Group 1 monkey off back

Ex-pat Kiwi jockey Jason Collett put some narrow defeats at the highest level well behind him on Saturday when he ...
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Gobstopper

Gobstopper makes successful jumping debut

Former New Zealand Cup winner Gobstopper revealed a new string to his bow when he made a successful debut over ...
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Winter Series Final looms for Romancer

Winter Series Final looms for Romancer

A victory in a heat of the Winter Championship Series at Flemington has set the Grahame Begg-trained Romancer up for ...
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Sunlight building fitness ahead of spring

Sunlight building fitness ahead of spring

Tony McEvoy's son and assistant trainer, Calvin, says star filly Sunlight looks fantastic early in the build-up towards The Everest ...
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Ageless Kiss coming back for more

Ageless Kiss coming back for more

Fresh from claiming his second Winter Cup six years after he won his first, Destiny's Kiss is showing no signs ...
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Lyre in early stages of spring build-up

Lyre in early stages of spring build-up

Group One Blue Diamond Stakes winner Lyre is pleasing her connections in the early stages of her build-up to the ...
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Prize problems after Qld disqualifications

Prize problems after Qld disqualifications

Queensland trainers are worried about delays in paying prize money to connections of horses awarded a race after another horse ...
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Redzel going for three Everest wins

Redzel going for three Everest wins

Redzel will run for Yulong Investments in the $14 million Everest in an attempt to become a three-time winner of ...
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Emotional win by Cleonte in Alexandra

Emotional win by Cleonte in Alexandra

Cleonte has come out on top in a gruelling staying test in the Queen Alexandra at Royal Ascot for trainer ...
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Qld to tighten saddling procedures

Qld to tighten saddling procedures

Queensland chief steward Peter Chadwick is set to order a tightening of saddling procedures after two horses carried wrong numbers ...
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Hall of Fame trainer banned at Santa Anita

Hall of Fame trainer banned at Santa Anita

American Hall Of Fame trainer Jerry Hollendorfer has been barred form racing horses at Santa Anita after another fatality ...
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Blue Point wins sprint double at Ascot

Blue Point wins sprint double at Ascot

Blue Point has clung on grimly to complete a remarkable Royal Ascot double in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes ...
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Parnhams combine for Flemington success

Parnhams combine for Flemington success

Chris Parnham has guided Perth sprinter Malibu Style, who is trained by his father Neville Parnham, to victory at Flemington ...
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Spright storms to victory in G3 Healy Stks

Spright storms to victory in G3 Healy Stks

Spright has ended her winter carnival campaign with a flourish, producing a barnstorming finish to win the Group Three Healy ...
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Sam Weatherley

Sam Weatherley off the mark in Australia

New Zealand apprentice Sam Weatherley has begun his Australian stint in style with a win at Randwick ...
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Jockey Blake Shinn and co-trainer Adrian Bott.

Prompt Response wins Group 1 Tatt’s Tiara

Sydney mare has won the Tatt's Tiara, the final Group One event for the Australian racing season ...
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I Thought So ends run of outs at Randwick

I Thought So ends run of outs at Randwick

I Thought So has claimed an overdue win, beating Jungle Edge in the open sprint at Randwick ...
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Chamois Road

Consistent Chamois Road wins at Flemington

Consistent gelding Chamois Road has registered the 11th win of his career, getting the better of favourite Ozi Choice in ...
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Grande Rosso

Grande Rosso back to form in Listed race

Wet-track duffer Grande Rosso has broken a run of outs, bouncing back to winning form in a Listed race at ...
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Divine Unicorn wins Gr 3 Tattersall's Cup

Divine Unicorn wins Gr 3 Tattersall’s Cup

Divine Unicorn has confirmed his promise, winning the Group Three Tattersall's Cup at Doomben at his eighth start ...
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Karavali a photo-finish winner at Randwick

Karavali a photo-finish winner at Randwick

A drop in grade and distance has helped Karavali regain winning form at Randwick for trainer Kris Lees and jockey ...
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The Bostonian set to back-up in Guineas

The Bostonian set to back-up in Guineas

Kiwi galloper The Bostonian will back up in the Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas after winning at Doomben ...
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Nature Strip dominant in Flemington win

Nature Strip dominant in Flemington win

Highly talented sprinter Nature Strip has gone close to breaking the track record in an easy win over 1100m at ...
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Malahide underlines potential for Costa

Malahide underlines potential for Costa

Trainer Michael Costa's search for a headline act for his stable could have been solved by Doomben winner Malahide ...
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Last chance pays off for Mason at Doomben

Last chance pays off for Mason at Doomben

Mason's Chance was the last horse to qualify for the race but he was the first home in the inaugural ...
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Wide range of options for Granny Red Shoes

Wide range of options for Granny Red Shoes

Toby Edmonds will spell promising two-year-old filly Granny Red Shoes after she registered her second black-type win at Doomben ...
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Rockhampton horse betting tips for 13/1/2021

Rockhampton racing tips for Sunday, June 24

ROCKHAMPTON is racing this Sunday with a tight seven race card to wind down the weekend in the sunshine state ...
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Dio D'Oro posts second wet-track success

Dio D’Oro posts second wet-track success

The Gary Portelli-trained two-year-old Dio D'Oro has claimed another heavy track win with runners coming wide at Randwick ...
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Good 'n' Fast registers Flemington victory

Good ‘n’ Fast registers Flemington victory

Two-year-old Good 'n' Fast is likely to head to the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final next start after claiming his ...
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Mare a beauty on wet tracks

Mare a beauty on wet tracks

Winter track specialist Sleeping Beauty didn’t let a chance pass her by at Tauranga. She revelled in the heavy going ...
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Improvement continues for exciting Te Toro

Improvement continues for exciting Te Toro

First impressions of Te Toro Pearl have counted for nothing. The daughter of Bullbars did little early on to encourage ...
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Market movers at Flemington, Saturday, June 23

Market movers at Flemington, Saturday, June 23

FLEMINGTON is racing this Saturday as Melbourne's premier track hosts a solid nine race card. Let's take a look at ...
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Doomben market movers

Doomben market movers for Tatts Tiara Day, June 23

IT is Tatts Tiara Day at Doomben and the punters have made their moves early in the morning ahead of ...
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First Royal Ascot winner for Harrington

First Royal Ascot winner for Harrington

National Hunt stalwart Jessica Harrington has celebrated her first Royal Ascot winner with Alpha Centauri in the Coronation Stakes in ...
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Tahi

Encouraging debut from Tahi at Geelong

Three-year-old Tahi, a gelding by O'Reilly out of Group One-winning sprinter Glamour Puss, has made an encouraging debut with victory ...
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Jockey Damian Browne rides Miss Cover Girl

Schweida won’t miss Girl’s Tiara run

Kelly Schweida missed Miss Cover Girl winning last year's Tatt's Tiara but will be at Doomben as as she attempts ...
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Collateral

Collateral’s damage surprises Bjorn Baker

Bjorn Baker will be watching Bonny O'Reilly and Egyptian Symbol at Doomben while Test The World and Collateral bid to ...
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Ashlor out to continue rise at Flemington

Ashlor out to continue rise at Flemington

Promising three-year-old Ashlor will be chasing his seventh win from 10 starts when he continues his campaign at Flemington after ...
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Sir Bacchus tipped to overcome obstacles

Sir Bacchus tipped to overcome obstacles

Sir Bacchus has to overcome the outside barrier and a heavy track for just the second time but is among ...
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NSW vs. Betfair

Racing NSW’s response to Betfair likely to hurt punters

A war of words has materialised between Racing NSW and Betfair after the global bookmaker was forced to envelop a ...
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Ngatira Gold

Logan digging deep to strike Gold on talented hurdler

TRAINER Sam Logan is not afraid to do the hard yards when it comes to unlocking the potential of her ...
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Motuman

Patient beginnings paying dividends for white-hot Motuman

IT may have taken until its fourth year and plenty of race day experience, but promising stayer Motuman is finally ...
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Barrier draw decides Smith's travel plans

Barrier draw decides Smith’s travel plans

Palazzo Pubblico has been scratched from a Doomben assignment to contest a race up the straight at Flemington ...
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Highway debut for Bulala, Peter Morgan

Highway debut for Bulala, Peter Morgan

Peter Morganis bringing Bulala to Randwick for the Highway Handicap, the Wagga trainer's first visit to the track since it ...
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Surgenor

Big season predicted for seasoned Surgenor

ARDMORE Lodge trainer Joanne Surgenor is looking to produce a big season as she enters her twelfth term as a ...
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Hot Ruby

Hot Ruby peaking for Provincial Plate

Hot Ruby and premiership-leading jockey Beau Mertens have already combined for one Flemington win this campaign and will chase another ...
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Mitch Aitken

Mitch Aitken suspended for three months

Racing Victoria stewards have suspended apprentice Mitch Aitken from race riding for three months after he returned a positive test ...
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Brandon Stockdale

Double may get the Stockdale ball rolling

As the depths of winter approach, Brandon Stockdale is hoping his 3kg claim can be put to good use, starting ...
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Madotti set to mock bookmakers

Madotti set to mock bookmakers

Matt Dunn believes a good barrier and a dry track gives Madotti the chance to recapture her best form in ...
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Godolphin facing strangles inquiry

Godolphin facing strangles inquiry

Racing NSW stewards will hold an inquiry into an alleged finding of strangles in a horse from the Godolphin stable ...
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Ben Currie

Trainer Ben Currie to maintain momentum

Trainer Ben Currie has recovered from a virus in time to oversee his team which tackles races at three centres ...
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Bookie Bonuses

Bookmaker racing specials for Doomben, Randwick and Flemington

PUNTERS have a great choice of horse racing meetings this Saturday which includes Group 1 Tatts Tiara day at Doomben ...
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Fell Swoop

Fell Swoop gains start in The Everest

William Inglis and Son have named Canberra sprinter Fell Swoop as their representative in the $10 million Everest ...
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Joe Osborne

Joe Osborne gets top job at Godolphin

Joe Osborne has been confirmed as the new chief executive for the global Godolphin operation ...
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Baylee Nothdurft

Baylee Nothdurft admits guilt for betting, but who’s to blame?

EARLIER this week promising Queensland jockey Baylee Nothdurft was suspended for three months after he was charged with placing numerous ...
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Big Orange

Big Orange wins Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

Popular stayer Big Orange has fended off the challenge from last year's winner Order Of St George to win the ...
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UK News

Turner to make one-off riding return

Hayley Turner will make a one-off return from retirement to replace injured Melbourne Cup-winining jockey Michelle Payne in the Shergar ...
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NSW racing news

Kerrin McEvoy to be fit for Tiara meeting

Kerrin McEvoy expects to be fit to ride Artistry in the Group One Tattersall's Tiara despite hitting his head in ...
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Vic racing

Winter aims for By The Grace

Andrew Noblet has targeted By The Grace at the winter and has been thrilled with the gelding's preparation into his ...
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UK News

Dermot Weld trains 4000th winner

Dual Melbourne Cup winning trainer Dermot Weld has brought up a milestone with his 4000th winner ...
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NSW racing news

Group One winner Align euthanised

The 1999 AJC Sires' Produce winner Align has been euthanised in New Zealand after battling arthritis and a laminitic condition ...
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Vic racing

Hayes believes Queen’s horse can win again

David Hayes believes Bold Sniper, who is owned by The Queen, is well-placed to make it back-to-back wins when he ...
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Queensland news

Tucanchoo on Tatt’s Cup mission

Paul Hammersley will reunite with Hawkes Racing when he rides Tucanchoo who is on a hit-and-run mission in the Tatt's ...
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NSW racing news

Inz’N’Out looking to be in winner’s circle

Trainer Gerald Ryan has high hopes Inz'N'Out can be in the winner's circle again at Randwick after a recent run ...
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Tatt's Tiara Day at Eagle Farm with full card form and free tips

Tatt’s Tiara Day at Eagle Farm with full card form and free tips

THE running of the Group 1 Tattersall's Tiara signals the end of the Brisbane winter carnival and Eagle Farm hosts ...
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Vic racing

Mallyon combines again with General Truce

General Truce has provided Andrew Mallyon with his biggest wins in the saddle and the jockey will continue his association ...
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Queensland news

Blueberry Hill back to best: Birchley

Blueberry Hill has convinced trainer Liam Birchley she is a worthy contender in the Group One Tattersall's Tiara at Eagle ...
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NSW racing news

Kensington track to be rebuilt

The Australian Turf Club has gone back to the drawing board and announced a complete re-build of the controversial Kensington ...
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Group 1 Tattersall's Tiara betting guide, market and tips

Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara betting guide, market and tips

THE Tattersall's Tiara is the final group 1 of the Brisbane winter carnival and it runs at Eagle Farm this ...
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Queensland news

Kemp hopes weight favours Sold For Song

Trainer Kevin Kemp is counting on a weight advantage giving Sold For Song the edge she needs to upset Tsaritsa ...
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NSW racing news

Former senior handicapper dies

Mark Webbey, a long-time senior handicapper in NSW and Singapore racing, has died at the age of 58 ...
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UK News

Dermot Weld trains 4000th winner

Dual Melbourne Cup winning trainer Dermot Weld has brought up a milestone with his 4000th winner ...
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NSW racing news

James McDonald continues English sojourn

Leading Sydney jockey James McDonald will ride Antiquarium in the Northumberland Plate at Newcastle as he continues his English sojourn ...
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Vic racing

Williams can edge closer in title race

A full book of nine rides at Flemington gives Craig Williams an opportunity to edge closer to the suspended Dwayne ...
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