Horse Racing History: This Day In Racing 29th June

Today 29th 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.


Eagle Farm tips, best bets and quaddie picks

Eagle Farm racing preview & value bets | Wednesday, June 30

HorseBetting's Queensland racing analyst brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie numbers for the Eagle Farm race meeting ...
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Nick Ryan

Ryan aiming for consecutive wins in Flemington Winter Final

Nick Ryan will head to Flemington on Saturday afternoon with the aim of defending the Listed Winter Championship Series Final ...
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Warwick Farm Racecourse

Warwick Farm racing tips, best odds & quaddie | 30/6/2021

HorseBetting's NSW form analyst brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie selections for the Warwick Farm race meeting ...
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Sandown Lakeside betting tips & odds | Wednesday, June 30

Sandown Lakeside betting tips & odds | Wednesday, June 30

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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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | June 29, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | June 29, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees four meetings being held around the country on this Tuesday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Golden Slipper winner Danzero dies at 28

Golden Slipper winner Danzero dies at 28

The 1994 Golden Slipper winner Danzero has died at Victoria's Rosemont Stud, aged 28 ...
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Romancer

Winter Championship trio in return battle

The placegetters from the 2019 Winter Championship have been nominated for a return clash in the Listed race at Flemington ...
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Roccabascerana

Emerging Victorian sire Fighting Sun dies

Regarded as a Golden Slipper contender during his racing days before injury forced him out, Fighting Sun has died after ...
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Further tests planned for Harbour Views

Further tests planned for Harbour Views

After failing as favourite at Caulfield, Harbour Views is undergoing further test to rule out any respiratory issues ...
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Cox Plate

Japanese star shares top billing for Plate

One of Japan's best four-year-old mares has been promoted to favouritism for the WS Cox Plate after winning the Takarazuka ...
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Pat Hyland

Pat Hyland retires after successful career

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey and successful trainer Pat Hyland has called an end to his career in racing ...
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James McDonald

McDonald to appeal three-week riding ban

James McDonald says he will appeal a three-week suspension for his ride on a beaten favourite, describing the penalty as ...
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Woodsman

Steeplechase features beckon Woodsman

Woodsman recorded his second win across the Tasman on Saturday when comfortably winning his 3480m hurdle at Casterton by seven ...
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Magical makes effortless return to racing

Magical makes effortless return to racing

Trainer Aidan O'Brien and jockey Seamus Heffernan capped a successful weekend of racing at the Curragh when Magical won the ...
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Russian Emperor

Santiago a chance for English Derby start

Irish Derby winner Santiago is a possibility for the English Derby despite a quick turnaround from his Curragh triumph ...
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Way To Paris lands overdue Group One win

Way To Paris lands overdue Group One win

Seven-year-old Way To Paris has broken through at racing's elite level in winning the Grand Prix de Saint-Cloud ...
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Shamal

Kiwi chaser on target for Australian Grand National

Leading Kiwi jumper Shamal took the next step on his path to the Australian Grand National Steeplechase (4500m) at Ballarat ...
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Rohan Mudhoo

Rohan Mudhoo living his dream in New Zealand

Apprentice jockey Rohan Mudhoo proved to be the star of the show at Riccarton on Saturday when he produced a ...
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Blast helps McGillivray win Glasshouse

Blast helps McGillivray win Glasshouse

Jockey Matt McGillivray responded to a pre race blast from trainer Les Ross to win the Glasshouse Handicap on River ...
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Elite Drake gets second win in a week

Elite Drake gets second win in a week

The Alisa Hinch-trained Elite Drake has backed up from a win at Bendigo six days ago to claim a Saturday ...
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Igraine

Soft track helps Igraine win Caloundra Cup

The return to a soft track has helped Igraine regain top form with a win in the Listed Caloundra Cup ...
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Gaulois adds to Rachel King's record

Gaulois adds to Rachel King’s record

Rachel King has combined with Godolphin for another feature win, this time aboard Gaulois in the Listed Civic Stakes at ...
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Baccarat Baby too tough in Guineas

Baccarat Baby too tough in Guineas

Filly Baccarat Baby has overcome a tough run in the middle stages to win the Group Three Sunshine Guineas on ...
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More magic for Tisani in sprinters final

More magic for Tisani in sprinters final

Iron horse Tisani Magic has won the $125,000 Provincial Sprinters Final at his 15th start for his campaign at the ...
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Azuro claims tough staying win at Rosehill

Azuro claims tough staying win at Rosehill

Azuro has lived up to his favouritism and shown his endurance to win the Stayer's Cup at Rosehill over the ...
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Last-to-first Caulfield win for Voila

Last-to-first Caulfield win for Voila

Despite being slowly away, the Chris Waller-trained filly Voila has sprinted to victory in an 1100m race against her own ...
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Zelenski

Special double highlights opening salvo at Ruakaka

Local trainers Kenny Rae and his daughter Krystal Williams-Tuhoro made the best possible start to their day when they produced ...
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Perry Mason

Perry Mason all class in Hawke’s Bay Steeplechase

A thrilling front-running exhibition has seen local galloper Perry Mason cap a brilliant day for local trainers Paul Nelson and ...
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No Change

Local victory in Hastings hurdle feature

A patient ride from Aaron Kuru paved the way for local runner No Change to take out the feature hurdle ...
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Smart Elissim bounces back to winning form

Smart Elissim bounces back to winning form

Three-year-old Smart Elissim has claimed his first win since August last year with a convincing victory over 1400m on soft ...
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Tarzan defends Sunshine Coast sprint title

Tarzan defends Sunshine Coast sprint title

Tarzan has defended his title as the best short course sprinter at the Sunshine Coast by easily winning the Open ...
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Boss and Sears turn back the clock

Boss and Sears turn back the clock

Jockey Glen Boss and trainer Tony Sears turned the clock back three decades when Raging Pole won at the Sunshine ...
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Mick Tubman charged with possessing EPO

Mick Tubman charged with possessing EPO

Veteran Kembla Grange trainer Michael Tubman has been stood down after being charged with possessing EPO ...
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King Of Hastings impresses at Caulfield

King Of Hastings impresses at Caulfield

King Of Hastings has pressed his claims for a spring campaign after making it two wins from three starts with ...
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Twilight in zone in Curragh Cup

Twilight in zone in Curragh Cup

Twilight Payment has dug deep to beat Latrobe in the Curragh Cup to come into Melbourne Cup calculations ...
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Mary Sadler dies aged 110

Mary Sadler dies aged 110

Mary Sadler, the mother of Group One-winning trainer John Sadler, has died a few months after celebrating her 110th birthday ...
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Australian gambling on horses

San Telmo gets second stakes chance

Stayer San Telmo is headed towards his second stakes race start in a week in the Caloundra Cup ...
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Plymouth Road unlikely for Rosehill

Plymouth Road unlikely for Rosehill

Trainer Matt Smith is likely to save Plymouth Road for a benchmark race rather than run him in the Winter ...
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Horse trainer Tony Gollan

Limited runners for Gollan

Premier Brisbane trainer Tony Gollan will have limited runners at Caloundra after producing a possible future star at the midweek ...
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Eurell to test 2yo Eugene's Forest in town

Eurell to test 2yo Eugene’s Forest in town

Trainer Greg Eurell is keen to see what two-year-old Eugene's Forest can do in his city debut after running well ...
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Australian gambling on horses

Mick Mair has two McLachlan chances

Trainer Mick Mair has accepted with two horses for the Bruce McLachlan Classic at the Sunshine Coast, a race he ...
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Matt Dunn wants more Jim Byrne magic

Matt Dunn wants more Jim Byrne magic

Trainer Matt Dunn wants another magic ride from jockey Jim Byrne as he chases a second Cup for the winter ...
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Ben Allen returns from injury at Caulfield

Ben Allen returns from injury at Caulfield

Apprentice Ben Allen makes his return from a five-week injury absence with a couple of rides at Caulfield ...
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Cahill set for Guineas on The Bostonian

Cahill set for Guineas on The Bostonian

Top jockey Michael Cahill has a high opinion of New Zealander The Bostonian who chases his second stakes win of ...
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Stakes Day at Flemington

VRC expands arrangement with Legends

The VRC will parade some of racing's retired champions at each Flemington raceday to raise awareness of Living Legends ...
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Michael Cahill

Michael Cahill riding a winning wave

Michael Cahill hopes to build on his treble at Ballina with another stakes win at the Sunshine Coast meeting ...
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Mr Mor Hawkes Bay

Mr Mor on track for three-straight Hawke’s Bay titles

STAR jumper Mr Mor’s bid for a third consecutive Hawke’s Bay Steeplechase title has not gone to script thus far, ...
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Benzini

McCulloch confident Benzini can bridge the gap

JOCKEY Kelly McCulloch might have bitter memories about the last time her and Benzini paired up against Self Sense, but ...
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Mister Marmalade wins at Scone

Danny Williams duo set for Highway trip

Danny Williams says Mister Marmalade and O'Lordy can cope with a Highway Handicap over 1800 metres at Rosehill, but he ...
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dontpokethetiger

Dontpokethetiger set for easy coast kill

CONNECTIONS of Dontpokethetiger are still hunting an Australian black type win, despite passing on this weekend’s Sunshine Coast Guineas. The ...
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Embarrassed Payne cops four-week race ban

Embarrassed Payne cops four-week race ban

Jockey Michelle Payne will miss race riding for four weeks after pleading guilty to taking a banned appetite suppressant ...
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Self Sense

Self Sense aims for another Cup in Qld

Having won the Ipswich Cup in style at his most recent start, Victorian stayer Self Sense will attempt to add ...
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Comeback jockey Tony Allan a winner again

Comeback jockey Tony Allan a winner again

Tony Allan, famous for winning the 1988 Melbourne Cup on Empire Rose, has ridden the first winner of his comeback ...
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Tony Allan

Time heals all wounds for comeback kid Tony Allan

THE story of jockey Tony Allan has been well-documented in the past, but he added another chapter to his book ...
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Foreign Affair at Benalla

Caulfield over Sydney for Foreign Affair

Last-start Rosehill runner-up Foreign Affair has been scratched from another race in Sydney to instead run on her home track ...
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So It Is wins at Kembla Grange

Winter Cup outsider warms to challenge

Southern Tablelands trainer Mary Bray is looking forward to her first stakes race with lowly rated filly So It Is ...
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Man Of His Word at Randwick, 2016

Barrier no bar for Man Of His Word

Man of His Word has drawn barrier 14 of 15 in the Glasshouse Handicap but trainer Bruce Hill is not ...
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Zamex

Matthew Dunn confident with quality Sunshine Coast-bound trio

MATTHEW Dunn has a quality team of thoroughbreds at his base in Murwillumbah and three of them will be heading ...
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Horse trainer Mark Webb

Webb admires Acceptile’s consistency

Trainer Mark Webb has had many top two-year-olds but struggles to remember one as consistent as Acceptile who tackles the ...
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Australian jockey Michelle Payne

Regretful Payne outed for four weeks

Michelle Payne says she is embarrassed after pleading guilty to taking a banned appetite suppressant and regrets her mistake ...
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Payne outed for four weeks over positive

Payne outed for four weeks over positive

Jockey Michelle Payne says she takes full responsibility after returning a positive test to a banned appetite suppressant ...
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Apprentice jockey Jordan Childs, son of Greg

Childs to utilise claim for final time

Apprentice Jordan Childs has outridden his claim but can use his allowance for the final time at Caulfield where he ...
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Sunshine Coast Guineas

2017 Sunshine Coast Guineas betting with form, odds and free tips

THE sunny Sunshine Coast is the destined for the Brisbane winter carnival this week and we have form, odds and ...
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Payne regrets mistake over positive test

Payne regrets mistake over positive test

Jockey Michelle Payne is facing a stewards inquiry over a positive test to an appetite suppressant ...
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Horse trainer Jim Cerchi Jnr.

Trainer Jim Cerchi Jr fined $1500

Trainer Jim Cerchi jr has been fined over the application of Chest Rub Ointment to the nostrils of a horse ...
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Zamex

Zamex faces biggest test in Guineas

Trainer Matt Dunn won't push Zamex no matter how well he races in the Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas ...
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Michelle Payne to front racing inquiry

Michelle Payne to front racing inquiry

Michelle Payne will appear before Racing Victoria stewards following a positive test to a banned substance ...
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Jockey Tiffani Brooker

Tiffani Brooker suspended for 13 days

Tiffani Brooker's chances to become the first female apprentice to ride 50 winners in a season have it a snag ...
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NSW racing news

Blake Shinn appeals one-month ban

Jockey Blake Shinn has lodged an appeal against a one-month ban for failing to take every reasonable and permissible mesaure ...
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NSW racing news

Waller edges closer to new record

Chris Waller has continued his march to a Sydney training record with a double at Warwick Farm ...
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Vic racing

Nolen set for August return to riding

Luke Nolen is targeting early August for his return to the saddle after breaking several ribs when he fell from ...
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Vic racing

Dunn five clear in Melbourne premiership

A winning double at Sandown has Dwayne Dunn five wins clear at the top of the Melbourne jockeys' premiership with ...
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NSW racing news

Better Not Blue steps up to stakes grade

Winter racing agrees with Better Not Blue and his trainer hopes he can handle a rise in grade to the ...
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Queensland news

Tony Gollan goes one better in 2016

The testing training conditions at Eagle Farm throughout the year have not stopped Tony Gollan from training more winners in ...
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racing news

Lack of communication reason for Freedman sacking

OWNER of Group 1 BTC Cup-winner Malaguerra, Bruno Micalizzi, has given his explanation as to why he removed his horse ...
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Vic racing

Dulverton relishes soft track at Sandown

The Robert Smerdon-trained Dulverton returned to Melbourne after a disappointing Queensland Oaks run and has bounced back with a midweek ...
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Pike makes it 200 winners in WA season

Pike makes it 200 winners in WA season

With a Perth record and 200 winners on all tracks in a season, William Pike wouldn't mind a big spring ...
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Vic racing

Jolly expects good showing from Alcohol

Richard Jolly can't fault seven-year-old Alcohol since his last start second at Moonee Valley and expects a good showing from ...
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NSW racing news

Blake Shinn appeals one-month ban

Jockey Blake Shinn has lodged an appeal against a one-month ban for failing to take every reasonable and permissible mesaure ...
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UK News

McDonald’s premiership lead in doubt after suspension

JAMES McDonald could be asked to stay in the United Kingdom for another month which will negatively affect his New ...
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Vic racing

Brooke Sweeney’s suspension varied to fine

Apprentice Brooke Sweeney has had a five meeting suspension for a breach of the whip rules varied to a $1000 ...
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NSW racing news

What’s a jockey supposed to do? The Blake Shinn suspension saga

TOP jockey Blake Shinn was handed down a one-month suspension for his ride aboard Thud in the Schweppes Handicap at ...
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Queensland news

Snowden in High Spirits ahead of Guineas

Paul Snowden is confident well-bred colt High Spirit can get a black type win in the Sunshine Coast Guineas ...
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Vic racing

Nolen set for August return to riding

Luke Nolen is targeting early August for his return to the saddle after breaking several ribs when he fell from ...
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Queensland news

Brisbane turf identity Brian Allom dies

Brian Allom, one of Queensland's longest serving racing administrators, has died aged 88 ...
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NSW racing news

Australian form on show in New Zealand

Kiwi horses have made their mark in Australia this season with several in contention to be named New Zealand's best ...
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NSW racing news

Scissor Kick to stand in France

Scissor Kick will shuttle to France after he finishes serving his first book of mares in Australia this spring ...
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Vic racing

Dee could add to recent city wins

Michael Dee has reduced Dylan Dunn's lead in the Melbourne apprentices' premiership heading into the final 10 city meetings of ...
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