Horse Racing History: Today In Racing 13th November

This day 13th 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.


True Enough

True Enough captures Coupland’s Mile

The Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained True Enough was backed into $4 favoritism by punters in the Group 2 Coupland’s ...
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Cancellation of Happy Valley Race meeting on 13 November

Cancellation of Happy Valley Race meeting on 13 November

The Hong Kong Jockey Club today (13 November) announced that the race meeting at Happy Valley Racecourse tonight has been ...
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Marmelo

Marmelo retired to stud after Cup drama

The 2018 Melbourne Cup runner-up Marmelo has been retired to stand at stud in France, a fortnight after his controversial ...
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Chris Anderson

Star Silk continues top form for Anderson

Chris Anderson has thanked fellow trainer Jason Warren for recommending Star Silk be transferred to him from Melbourne ...
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Prince Of Caviar second in Bendigo return

Prince Of Caviar second in Bendigo return

Black Caviar's son Prince Of Caviar has finished second as a short-priced favourite in his first start for more than ...
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Port Macquarie races cancelled over fires

Port Macquarie races cancelled over fires

The NSW bushfires have led to the abandonment of racing at Port Macquarie, where several blazes burn nearby ...
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Pretty Brazen

Pretty Brazen on target for Guineas tilt

The Tony McEvoy-trained Pretty Brazen is one of two fillies aiming to become the first since 2005 to win the ...
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Sheezallmine

Showjumping mates combine for Group 3 success

Melbourne-based jockey Michael Dee made a fleeting visit to Riccarton on Wednesday to join forces with emerging trainer and long-time ...
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Ticket To Ride

Ticket to Ride a Group 3 winner

Ticket To Ride has booked her fare to the broodmare paddock after taking out the Group 3 Valachi Downs Canterbury ...
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Savvy Lad

Savvy purchase a good Lad

Savvy purchase a good Lad The combination of trainers Michael and Matthew Pitman and owner Jim Bruford has again come ...
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Scott Base

Karaka Million winner returns

Last year’s Karaka Million 3YO (1600m) winner Scott Base will make his raceday return in the Waka Property, Building and ...
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Bon Amis

Bon Amis primed for $1m Hunter after virus

Bon Amis has recovered from a minor setback as Newcastle trainer Jason Deamer primes his local hope for the inaugural ...
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Miss Siska

Miss Siska faces distance test in Classic

The Grahame Begg-trained mare Miss Siska will be tried over 2400m in the Zipping Classic at Sandown, a week after ...
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Capital Connection

Capital Connection poised for Open debut

Trainer Tony Gollan believes he has come up with the correct ingredients for Capital Connection to make a winning Open ...
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RQ keeps watch on Sunshine Coast bushfires

RQ keeps watch on Sunshine Coast bushfires

Racing Queensland is monitoring bushfires on the Sunshine Coast but at this stage there is no danger to the Corbould ...
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Happy Clapper

Happy Clapper misses Gong with temperature

Fan favourite Happy Clapper will miss the $1 million The Gong after contracting a virus ...
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Waldgeist

Arc winner Waldgeist retired to stud

Waldgeist, winner of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe, has been retired and will stand at Ballylinch Stud in Ireland ...
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Fownes hoping Bigwood can bloom again as Purton bids to stretch clear

Fownes hoping Bigwood can bloom again as Purton bids to stretch clear

The race for the jockeys’ championship has been neck and neck for the first 10 weeks of the season but ...
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Size takes in Hot hand into Sunday’s G2 Jockey Club Sprint

Size takes in Hot hand into Sunday’s G2 Jockey Club Sprint

Trainer John Size takes a full hand of five into Sunday’s (18 November) HK$4.25 million BOCHK Wealth Management Jockey Club ...
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Pakistan Star’s too clever by half but Cruz believes there’ll be no antics in Jockey Club Cup

Pakistan Star’s too clever by half but Cruz believes there’ll be no antics in Jockey Club Cup

He’s been called mercurial, obstinate, recalcitrant, and a whole barrage of insults more, but Pakistan Star’s latest erratic display could ...
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Joe Pride ruing stable favourite's bleed

Joe Pride ruing stable favourite’s bleed

Trainer Joe Pride has lost his best horse for the summer but hopes Ball Of Muscle can return as good ...
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Youngstar has minor bone chip surgery

Youngstar has minor bone chip surgery

Youngstar, the first Australian bred and raised horse home in the Melbourne Cup, has undergone minor surgery to remove a ...
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Lindsay Park set to tackle Sandown Guineas

Lindsay Park set to tackle Sandown Guineas

Long Leaf and Good 'N' Fast will run for Lindsay Park in the Group Two Sandown Guineas for three-year-olds ...
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RADB reserve O'Sullivans' cobalt decision

RADB reserve O’Sullivans’ cobalt decision

Trainers Terry and Karina O'Sullivan have had their cobalt charges heard by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board with the ...
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Te Akau Shark on trial for Sydney autumn

Te Akau Shark on trial for Sydney autumn

Te Akau Shark will be on trial for the Sydney autumn carnival when he runs in a Group Two race ...
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Bowman has Cup ban reduced on appeal

Bowman has Cup ban reduced on appeal

Jockey Hugh Bowman has had a one-month suspension cut to 23 meetings and a fine on appeal to the Racing ...
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Weight only concern for Ferrando

Weight only concern for Ferrando

Team Rogerson will saddle three runners at Riccarton on Wednesday, including Group 1-placed sprinter Ferrando and a pair of talented ...
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Eagle Farm track to hold December racing

Eagle Farm track to hold December racing

A date has been set for the beleaguered Eagle Farm racetrack surface to have its first major test and a ...
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Dee And Gee set to surprise again

Dee And Gee set to surprise again

Five-year-old mare Dee And Gee surprised both her trainers and punters alike when scoring a three-length victory in last Saturday’s ...
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Williams brings up 1000 wins

Williams brings up 1000 wins

Byerley Park trainer Dawn Williams reached a mammoth milestone at Te Aroha on Tuesday when she picked up her 1000th ...
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Bowman's counsel says penalties excessive

Bowman’s counsel says penalties excessive

Jockey Hugh Bowman is fighting three charges at the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board stemming from his ride on Melbourne ...
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Ball Of Muscle out of Perth after bleeding

Ball Of Muscle out of Perth after bleeding

Group-winning sprinter Ball Of Muscle will miss the summer after incurring a mandatory three-month ban for a bleeding attack discovered ...
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Hugh Bowman

Bowman appealing Melbourne Cup penalties

Jockey Hugh Bowman is fighting three charges at the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board from the Melbourne Cup at Flemington ...
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Picket fence form on the line at Riccarton

Picket fence form on the line at Riccarton

Seven-year-old gelding Prince Oz has been unbeatable since joining Neil Ridley’s Riccarton Park barn in March and his connections are ...
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Kentucky Derby News: Breeders' Cup battle produces early Derby favourite

Kentucky Derby News: Breeders’ Cup battle produces early Derby favourite

THE Breeders' Cup Juvenile is known for establishing the early favorite for the upcoming Kentucky Derby. This year, that race ...
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Gingernuts has surgery on pastern

Gingernuts has surgery on pastern

Gingernuts has undergone surgery on his fractured pastern at the Werribee veterinary clinic ...
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Williams withdraws latest RAD Board appeal

Williams withdraws latest RAD Board appeal

Craig Williams has decided to withdraw his latest appeal against an eight-meeting suspension incurred at the Oaks meeting at Flemington ...
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Sandown Guineas on cards for Purcell pair

Sandown Guineas on cards for Purcell pair

Aaron Purcell is likely to have a two-pronged attack on the Sandown Guineas with Villermont and Black Sail nominated for ...
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Ball Of Muscle to miss Perth carnival

Ball Of Muscle to miss Perth carnival

Trainer Joe Pride will spell some of his spring team while he also ponders options for Gamblestown ...
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Sandown staying numbers in short supply

Sandown staying numbers in short supply

Nominations have been extended on the two staying races at Sandown, the Zipping Classic and Sandown Cup ...
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Guys build their summer team

Guys build their summer team

The Bryan and Daniel Guy training partnership hopes to add to its impressive summer carnival team with promising two-year-old Animal ...
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Rekindling

Top 5 talking points of the Melbourne Cup Carnival

THE Melbourne Cup Carnival is officially over and punters and patrons alike are left to lick their wounds after a ...
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Midweek tips

Hawkesbury racing tips and form, Wednesday November 15

THE Melbourne Cup carnival is over for another year, but the racing doesn't stop and we have form, odds and ...
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Board support for RV stewards: Williams

Board support for RV stewards: Williams

Lloyd Williams says more support is needed from a Racing Victoria Board level for its integrity department ...
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Craig Williams appeals latest suspension

Craig Williams appeals latest suspension

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will hear an appeal by Craig Williams over a suspension from Flemington during Melbourne ...
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Untamed Diamond headed to Group One

Untamed Diamond headed to Group One

Three-time Sydney winner, New Zealand mare Untamed Diamond, will be set for the Group One Railway Stakes in Auckland after ...
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Gilt Complex

Gilt Complex dives late to win Group 1 Singapore Gold Cup

GILT COMPLEX was an upset winner of the Group 1 Raffles Cup last start, but it was no fluke this ...
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Jameka recovering well from injury

Jameka recovering well from injury

Jameka is recovering well from a back injury which trainer Ciaron Maher says could have affected her in the Melbourne ...
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He Or She primed for Group One Perth races

He Or She primed for Group One Perth races

The Lindsay Park operation is eyeing off the Group One races in Perth with former local galloper He Or She ...
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Taiyoo after another country Cup

Taiyoo after another country Cup

The Ballarat Cup is the next target for the Darren Weir-trained Taiyoo, the winner of the Kyneton Cup at his ...
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Apprentice Tiffani Brooker in limelight

Apprentice Tiffani Brooker in limelight

Tiffiani Brooker's decision to ride trackwork in Brisbane is reaping rewards with plenty of winners for the apprentice ...
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No decision on Auckland for Barman

No decision on Auckland for Barman

A decision on whether Who Shot Thebarman returns to New Zealand to try for a second Auckland Cup is on ...
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Williams to ride in Perth and Singapore

Williams to ride in Perth and Singapore

Craig Williams will try to win his third Group One Railway Stakes in Perth on He Or She before heading ...
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Rain ruins comeback runs

Rain ruins comeback runs

The storm which washed out three races at Doomben has interrupted the summer carnival preparations of several horses ...
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Racing Supernova

Moreira stars at Sha Tin with Panasonic Cup win

CHAMPION jockey Joao Moreira was at his very best at Sha Tin on Saturday, riding five winners and three close-up ...
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First Group One winner for So You Think

First Group One winner for So You Think

Champion racehorse So You Think has sired his first Group One winner with La Dosia taking out the Thousand Guineas ...
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Payne links up with Precedence for farewell race

Payne links up with Precedence for farewell race

MELBOURNE Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne will ride Precedence for the first and last time this Saturday in the $150,000 ...
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