Horse Racing History: Today In Racing 10th July

This day 10th July 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.


Sunny Coast best bets

Sunshine Coast top betting tips & quaddie picks | Sunday, 11/07

Horsebetting.com.au brings you the top betting preview for the 2021 Caloundra Cup day held at Sunshine Coast racecourse on Sunday, ...
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Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Sunday, July 11

Ballarat racing tips, top odds & quaddie | Sunday, July 11

HorseBetting's Victorian horse racing analyst brings you his best bets, value picks and quaddie numbers for the Ballarat meeting on ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | July 10, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 10, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees 14 meetings being held around the country on this Saturday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Jakkalbomb

Wet track test for Jakkalbomb

Group 3 performer Jakkalbomb will be able to answer the question of whether she can handle a heavy track when ...
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Caulfield betting tips & quaddie picks - Saturday, 11 July 2020

Caulfield betting tips & quaddie picks – Saturday, 11 July 2020

Caulfield plays host to nine races on Saturday, headlined by the Sir John Monash Stakes. Check out HB's best bets ...
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Peter and Paul Snowden

Snowden stable chasing more 2YO success

Fresh from a midweek stakes triumph, trainers Peter and Paul Snowden will look to add to their tally of winners ...
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New Lindsay Park team lands first winner

New Lindsay Park team lands first winner

Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes have landed a winner with their first runner following the departure of David Hayes from ...
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Tavisan

Turning track to suit Tavisan in Monash

After finishing at the tail of the field down the straight at Flemington, Tavisan returns to Caulfield in a stakes ...
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Girl Tuesday

Conners, Singo in Winter Stakes reunion

Two old friends who have enjoyed incredible success in racing, Clarry Conners and John Singleton, are back together hoping to ...
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Star Of Michelin

Kendrick to cap stellar season in Guineas

Caloundra trainer Stuart Kendrick is set to cap off his best season by winning the Winx Guineas with Star Of ...
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Simon Morrish

Morrish gets his chance with Never No More

Ballarat trainer Simon Morrish is the latest to get his hands on Never No More after the four-year-old has had ...
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Magic Millions Cup tips, best bets and odds - January 15 Gold Coast preview

Soxagon takes cautious path to Glasshouse

Promising Soxagon has been carefully taken through the classes as he heads to his first stakes race in the Listed ...
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Rosehill racing

Rosehill Gardens racing tips – Saturday, 11 July 2020

Rosehill Gardens hosts nine metropolitan races this Saturday, headlined by the Winter Stakes ...
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Royal Ascot winners head Group 1 July Cup field

Royal Ascot winners head Group 1 July Cup field

Hello Youmzain and Golden Horde are among the entries for a 13-strong field in the July Cup at Newmarket ...
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John Moore

Hong Kong’s clock ticks out for John Moore, the big-race king

John Moore sits at the open window. His elbows rest on the worktop, his hands cup binoculars in a steadying ...
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Irish Excuse

Winsloe changes tack with stable trio

Gore trainer Ellis Winsloe thought he would have a couple of nice chances in the Grand National Steeplechase (5600m) this ...
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Matthew McGillivray

Havasay claims back-to-back Ramornie Hcps

Havasay has again saved his best for Grafton's feature carnival, returning to form to post consecutive wins in the Ramornie ...
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Two-state double for trainer Toby Edmonds

Two-state double for trainer Toby Edmonds

Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds had a two-state double within five minutes when Churning won at Doomben and Havasay scored ...
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Poy in gilt-edged chance for Group 3 win

Poy in gilt-edged chance for Group 3 win

Michael Poy is unbeaten from two rides on Jungle Edge and the apprentice hopes to add a Group race win ...
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Excess Funds impresses in Sandown return

Excess Funds impresses in Sandown return

Trainer Levi Kavanagh is hopeful promising colt Excess Funds will keep stepping up after an encouraging first-up win at Sandown ...
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Parmie breaks through in Sandown victory.

Parmie breaks through in Sandown victory.

Co-trainer Simon Zahra says Parmie is still a work in progress but believes the filly, who has registered her first ...
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Boss cameo a forerunner to spring plans

Boss cameo a forerunner to spring plans

Glen Boss will make a cameo appearance at the Winter Stakes meeting at Rosehill ahead of a three-month carnival stint ...
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Douglas Whyte

Whyte to receive Lifetime Achievement Award

Hong Kong great Douglas Whyte will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award at the Champion Awards ceremony on Sunday, 14 July ...
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Sacred Day

Igraine horse to beat

Tony Pike is pleased with progressive galloper Sacred Day heading into Thursday’s Listed Grafton Cup (2350m), but he has a ...
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Jeff Lloyd.

Trainers show support for retiring Lloyd

Jeff Lloyd has received support from a cross section of trainers who have been his greatest backers for his last ...
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Perry Mason

Fond Wellington Steeples memories for Nelson

The Grant Plumbing Wellington Steeplechase (5500m) holds some great memories for Hastings trainer Paul Nelson and he hopes to add ...
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Visibility concern forces Caulfield change

Visibility concern forces Caulfield change

The Caulfield race meeting featuring the Sir John Monash Stakes will begin and finish earlier than first scheduled, Racing Victoria ...
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Deagon races hoping for community support

Deagon races hoping for community support

Organisers of the annual Deagon race meeting are hoping for support from the local community and racing industry for their ...
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Another Dollar to cash in on strong form

Another Dollar to cash in on strong form

Another Dollar has never won at Doomben but she has strong form lines at the track for the Membership at ...
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Chautauqua set for Flemington jump-out

Chautauqua set for Flemington jump-out

Champion sprinter Chautauqua is only days away from an all-important jump-out at Flemington ...
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Terry Bailey

Time right for Singapore move: Bailey

Departing Victorian chief steward Terry Bailey says penalties for race day treatments should be tougher ahead of his move to ...
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Racing administrator Noel Bracks dies

Racing administrator Noel Bracks dies

Prominent racing administratot and racehorse owner Noel Bracks has died in Sydney aged 85 ...
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Redkirk Warrior out to bounce back

Redkirk Warrior out to bounce back

After failing in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, multiple Group One-winner Redkirk Warrior will be out to bounce ...
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Albumin going for hat-trick at Rosehill

Albumin going for hat-trick at Rosehill

Albumin will run on his home track at Rosehill after trainer Gerald Ryan opted to bypass the Ramornie Handicap at ...
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Ashlor to run in Group Three Monash Stakes

Ashlor to run in Group Three Monash Stakes

Trainer Dan McCarthy has decided to run Ashlor in the Sir John Monash Stakes over 1100m and will wait until ...
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Solomon’s Bay key to Moreira’s title defence at Happy Valley

Solomon’s Bay key to Moreira’s title defence at Happy Valley

Jockey Joao Moreira has entered his final week as a full-time rider in Hong Kong with his eyes set on ...
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David Payne three-handed in WFarm race

David Payne three-handed in WFarm race

Trainer David Payne will have three runners in the two-year-old race at Warwick Farm and believes the 1600 metres will ...
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Mystic Journey to make Melbourne debut

Mystic Journey to make Melbourne debut

Tasmanian filly Mystic Journey is scheduled to make her first Melbourne appearance at Caulfield, with her performance to determine future ...
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Gold Mag faces first city test at Sandown

Gold Mag faces first city test at Sandown

After an impressive debut win at Bendigo, three-year-old Gold Mag is set for his first city start in a 1200m-benchmark ...
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Blue Point favourite for July Cup

Blue Point favourite for July Cup

Blue Point, winner of the King's Stand Stakes, is the favourite for the July Cup at Newmarket with Australian Redkirk ...
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King's Rose colt tops Japanese Sale

King’s Rose colt tops Japanese Sale

A Deep Impact colt out of the 2011 champion New Zealand three-year-old filly King's Rose topped the yearling session of ...
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Cup target set for promising Felaar

Cup target set for promising Felaar

All roads will lead to Riccarton next season for the promising staying prospect Felaar. The lightly-tried son of Ekraar is ...
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Apprentice triumphing over adversity

Apprentice triumphing over adversity

Courage and determination are two qualities that apprentice jockey Holly Andrew has in spades. The 27-year-old’s steely resolve has stood ...
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Badajoz favourite for Ramornie Handicap

Badajoz favourite for Ramornie Handicap

Badajoz is favourite for two sprint races over the Grafton carnival but has drawn barrier 17 in the Ramornie Handicap ...
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Midweek tips

Canterbury racing free odds, form and tips for Wednesday, July 12

WEDNESDAY holds an intriguing card for mid-week punters over seven races at Canterbury. We've run our eye over the form ...
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Regan Bayliss

Bayliss returns to trackwork after injury

Group One-winning jockey Regan Bayliss has ridden trackwork for the first time since suffering a broken wrist as he builds ...
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ACCC wants review of Tatts-Tabcorp deal

ACCC wants review of Tatts-Tabcorp deal

The ACCC wants the Federal Court to review the Australian Competition Tribunal's authorisation of the Tatts-Tabcorp merger ...
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Washington Heights back in Australia

Washington Heights back in Australia

Washington Heights has won a barrier trial at Randwick ahead of his return to Sydney racing after a stint in ...
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Monash Stakes target for Murt The Flirt

Monash Stakes target for Murt The Flirt

Murt The Flirt has been effective first-up in the past and will chase the biggest win of his career when ...
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Burning Passion in first start for Newnham

Burning Passion in first start for Newnham

Mark Newnham is looking to Burning Passion to maintain his form when he runs in the Listed Winter Stakes for ...
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Jumps

Horseland accused of hypocrisy after pulled sponsorship

A DECISION to pull the naming rights by equestrian supply store Horseland has been described as "ill-advised" after the company ...
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Hermanito

Millar high on Hermanito’s future abroad after promising start

PLYMOUTH trainer Janelle Millar is optimistic she may have uncovered the next Kiwi runner capable of winning across the Tasman ...
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Hartnell betting

Hartnell to kick off campaign in Melbourne

Hartnell will kick off in the P B Lawrence Stakes in Melbourne to begin a campaign likely to take a ...
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What's the story

Marsh to let The Story’s new chapter unfold slowly

FORMER group one galloper What’s The Story’s is about to enter a new era as it switches trainers to Stephen ...
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Joao Moreira

Joao Moreira sets another Hong Kong record

Champion rider Joao Moreira has set a new Hong Kong jockeys' record with his 169th winner for the season ...
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Godolphin's Thunder Snow wins French G1

Godolphin’s Thunder Snow wins French G1

Godolphin's Thunder Snow has won the Group One Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly ...
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UK News

Belmont Derby win for Deauville

Champion Irish trainer Aidan O'Brien has racked up another international winner with Deauville taking the Belmont Derby in New York ...
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NSW racing news

Gold Horizon in emotional Grafton win

Gold Horizon has given veteran trainer Harold Norman an emotional win in the South Grafton Cup for his old friend, ...
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Vic racing

Missile Stakes return for Capitalist

Golden Slipper winner Capitalist will run in a barrier trial at Randwick as he prepares for his first start as ...
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NSW racing news

Happy Clapper’s Epsom Hcp path determined

Doncaster Handicap runner-up Happy Clapper will return to the track in the Tramway Stakes on his way to the Epsom ...
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Vic racing

Missile Stakes return for Capitalist

Golden Slipper winner Capitalist will run in a barrier trial at Randwick as he prepares for his first start as ...
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Queensland news

Chris Munce looking ahead to new season

Former jockey Chris Munce is keen to further his training career with his stable bolstered by young horses for the ...
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NSW racing news

Nikitas and Thunder Down Under join Waller

Nikitas will get his Group One campaign underway with Chris Waller who has also taken charge of New Zealand colt ...
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Vic racing

Smerdon looks to spring with Iggimacool

Iggimacool capped her winter preparation with a Listed win at Flemington and trainer Robert Smerdon will now look at spring ...
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NSW racing news

Faraway Town to be given light spring prep

Faraway Town will be given a light spring preparation before she returns to the paddock to prepare for the following ...
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Queensland news

Jeff Lloyd poised for history-making title

Veteran jockey Jeff Lloyd is in line to make history as the oldest rider to win the Brisbane premiership, three ...
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UK News

Limato stunning in July Cup

Limato has lived up to veteran trainer Henry Candy's expectations to win the prestigious July Cup at Newmarket ...
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Randwick

Betfair increase takeout on Australian racing

GLOBAL bookmaking giant Betfair will pay a higher commission on any winning bet placed at Randwick, Doomben and Belmont this ...
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