Horse Racing History: Today In Racing 4th July

This day 4th 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.


Jamie Kah on Bermadez

Warracknabeal Racing tips, & quaddie selections | July 5, 2021

HorseBetting's Victorian racing tipster brings you his top betting plays and quaddie selections for the nine-race card at Warracknabeal on ...
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Wagga Wagga

Wagga racing tips, best odds & quaddie | Monday, July 5

HorseBetting's New South Wales racing tipster brings you his top betting plays and quaddie selections for the ten-race card at ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | July 4, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 4, 2021

Horse racing around the country sees eight meetings being held around the country on this Sunday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Tommyra

Tommyra back to his best in Hawke’s Bay Hurdle

The Toby Autridge-trained Tommyra returned to his best form over fences when he sprang a minor upset in taking out ...
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Tsunami Sam

Tsunami Sam provides Burton with successful homecoming

Trainer Anthony Burton made a successful return to the Ruakaka racing ranks when he produced exciting two-year-old colt Tsunami Sam ...
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All About You

All About You impressive on debut

A sparkling win at the Te Rapa trials back in late May indicated that promising three-year-old All About You would ...
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Jami Lady

Jami Lady far too speedy in Bright Shadow

Consistent mare Jami Lady has earned a chance at longer distances after a brilliant win in the Listed Bright Shadow ...
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Sircconi

Sircconi wins Winter Championship Final

The Nick Ryan-trained Sircconi has made a one-act affair of the Listed Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington with a ...
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Spaceboy

O’Hara on the mark back in the big smoke

The trainer-jockey combination of Gary Portelli and Kathy O'Hara has continued their stellar recent form, combining for a Randwick victory ...
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Lord Von Costa

More Flemington success for Lord Von Costa

The $1.3 million Kosciuszko at Randwick during spring is on the radar for connections of Lord Von Costa who has ...
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Plutocrat

Plutocrat breaks through for stakes win

Trainer Chris Anderson's prediction Plutocrat would win a stakes race when she finally drew a good barrier was proved right ...
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Tailleur is one of the main hopes in the Triscay Stakes on Saturday

Tailleur puts spring in Godolphin’s step

Lightly raced filly Tailleur has stamped herself as a candidate to join Godolphin's spring carnival squad with a classy performance ...
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Cherry Tortoni

Cherry Tortoni makes it three from three

Cherry Tortoni has remained unbeaten from three starts in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final while Denis Pagan's first runner ...
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Humbolt Current

Humbolt Current finds niche in Queensland

Former English stayer Humbolt Current has helped trainer Chris Waller reach a Queensland racing prize money milestone with a strong ...
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Sense Of Honour

Spring races on radar for Sense Of Honour

Promising two-year-old filly Sense Of Honour will be aimed towards the spring after making it two wins from three starts ...
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Edison

Edison shines bright as Travest goes under

Edison has forced Glen Boss to eat some humble pie after proving the top jockey wrong by handling the wet ...
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Enable heads super seven in Eclipse Stakes

Enable heads super seven in Eclipse Stakes

Enable will return to racing against six rivals, including the Mackinnon Stakes winner Magic Wand, in the Eclipse Stakes at ...
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Lot 8 I Am Invincible x Utopia

I Am Invincible gelding tops Hong Kong International Sale (July)

An eye-catching half-brother to Group 1 winner Volatile Mix drew a clinching bid of HK$7.2 million to top the Hong ...
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Karis Teetan

Teetan’s red-hot form continues as exciting youngsters take centre stage

Karis Teetan surged past his best ever season’s tally of 84 wins late last month and the man dubbed the ...
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New Zealand racing calendar

New Zealand racing calendar confirmed

More than 1,000 race meetings at 51 venues throughout New Zealand were confirmed today by the Dates Committee of the ...
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New Plymouth Raceway

New Plymouth Racing in the fight of its life

A name change 11 years ago has caused a massive headache for the Taranaki racing community. Taranaki Thoroughbred Racing Incorporated ...
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Victorian to Blaze in Sydney debut

Victorian to Blaze in Sydney debut

Victorian trainer Tony Noonan and his jockey son Jake will make a rare trip to Sydney to team up with ...
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Howlett lays Siege to Highway at Randwick

Howlett lays Siege to Highway at Randwick

Bought to target races for NSW country-trained horses, former Victorian Siege Mentality will get a chance to do just that ...
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Bowman returns for post-Winx era

Bowman returns for post-Winx era

Champion jockey Hugh Bowman returns to racing at Randwick on Saturday after a two-month break following Winx's retirement ...
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Luke Tarrant to boost Plumaro's chances

Luke Tarrant to boost Plumaro’s chances

Trainer Kevin Kemp hopes his run of luck with jockey Luke Tarrant can continue with Plumaro at Doomben ...
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Boss to weave magic at Doomben

Boss to weave magic at Doomben

Trainer Tony Sears hopes jockey Glen Boss was correct in predicting two year old Magic Trick is ready to win ...
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Milwaukee after another straight-track win

Milwaukee after another straight-track win

Milwaukee will be out to make it five wins from six attempts in straight-track races at Flemington when the gelding ...
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Knight Mariner to continue Gollan's run

Knight Mariner to continue Gollan’s run

Trainer Tony Gollan is hoping staying-bred Knight Mariner can continue his good run with two-year-olds at Doomben ...
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Collectable can bounce back at Flemington

Collectable can bounce back at Flemington

Trainer Robbie Griffiths believes Collectable has the class to figure in the Rivette Series Final after failing on a heavy ...
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RQ restructures apprentice claims

RQ restructures apprentice claims

Racing Queensland has restructured rules about apprentice claims with the aim to help young riders ...
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Jackson Morris victory short-lived

Jackson Morris victory short-lived

Jockey Jackson Morris has had his Sydney comeback soured by the loss of a race at Canterbury on protest coupled ...
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Williams rides winning treble at Sandown

Williams rides winning treble at Sandown

Craig Williams has extended his lead over Damian Lane in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership to four wins after riding a ...
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Pair of juvenile winners for Tulloch Lodge

Pair of juvenile winners for Tulloch Lodge

Training partners Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have produced two talented juveniles to win late-season two-year-old races at Canterbury ...
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Tony Gollan passes milestone with treble

Tony Gollan passes milestone with treble

Trainer Tony Gollan has passed a milestone of 1000 career wins and is set for another record after a treble ...
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Tyler’s team hit form at right time

Tyler’s team hit form at right time

Kelvin Tyler’s hopes of a second Group success during the Grand National carnival at Riccarton have been boosted. The Riverton ...
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Team Hiflyer sticking with Parkes

Team Hiflyer sticking with Parkes

Loyalty runs deep with Peter Lock and the owners of the Australian-bound Hiflyer. The Te Aroha trainer confirmed the Wanganui-based ...
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Rhythm To Spare runs in third Winter Cship

Rhythm To Spare runs in third Winter Cship

The Mike Moroney-trained Rhythm To Spare will be out to improve on his previous two Winter Championship Series Final finishes ...
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Gary Doughty gets first city winner

Gary Doughty gets first city winner

Former Group One winning jockey Gary Doughty has trained his first metropolitan-class winner with Bold Warrior at Ipswich ...
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Lauren Herne going all out to achieve goal

Lauren Herne going all out to achieve goal

Eagle Farm trainer Lauren Herne is heading north for the Townsville and Mackay carnivals but first hopes to achieve a ...
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Mott predicts good future for Humma Humma

Mott predicts good future for Humma Humma

After a stakes placing at her first start, talented two-year-old filly Humma Humma has landed her first win with a ...
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Leica Day wins 2016 Hamilton Cup

Picnic racing returns to Deagon

More than 5000 people are expected to attend the Deagon picnic meeting in Brisbane's bayside area ...
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Randwick to get synthetic training track

Randwick to get synthetic training track

Randwick is to get an all-weather synthetic training track and the main sand track will undergo a full renovation ...
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Smart 3YO in line for Australian venture

Smart 3YO in line for Australian venture

Multiple stakes winner On The Rocks may be given the opportunity to add Australian black type to his record. “We’ll ...
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Home track hit-out for star performer

Home track hit-out for star performer

Champion sprinter Start Wondering will make an appearance on his home track on Thursday. “He’ll be having a gallop between ...
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La Chica Bella

Beautiful opportunity for La Chica Bella

Promising filly La Chica Bella makes her Saturday grade debut for trainer Joe Pride on her new home track at ...
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Crossing Guard

Crossing Guard to head to town after Muswellbrook win

THE long wait until the last race was worth it for the Paul Perry stable at Muswellbrook today when the ...
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Cagney

Cagney edges out stablemate in promising runs for Widdison

WODONGA-BASED trainer Craig Widdison has recorded a first and a third in the seventh race at Corowa after Cagney surged ...
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First winner back for jockey Leanne Henry

First winner back for jockey Leanne Henry

Leanne Henry has ridden a winner a Muswellbrook, her first since being injured in a three-horse fall at Warialda ...
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de Sousa to ride Eminent in Eclipse

de Sousa to ride Eminent in Eclipse

Silvestre de Sousa will partner Eminent for the first time in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown ...
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Mertens can build on premiership lead

Mertens can build on premiership lead

Beau Mertens will get the chance to build on his Melbourne premiership lead in the absence of rival Craig Williams ...
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Mike Moroney

Moroney with three chances in Winter Final

Trainer Mike Moroney has three horses ready to contest the Winter Championship Series Final on their home track at Flemington ...
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Corowa

Country racing in Corowa thrives in the face of adversity

IN a region that has seen powerful sporting clubs failing to keep afloat, treasurer and secretary of the Corowa Racing ...
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Pel

Cheekily named Pel wins at Muswellbrook

PEL may not go on to greatness throughout her career, but the Pat Farrell-trained filly can claim rights to being ...
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Aganippe

Aganippe ends fruitless run in style at Corowa

KEVIN Hanley-trained mare Aganippe has caused a boilover in the first race of the day at Corowa, winning its first ...
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William Pike WA Cup

William Pike to ride in Singapore Derby

Top Perth jockey William Pike will head to Singapore to ride the Laurie Laxon-trained Lim's Samurai in the Group One ...
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All Stand

All Stand justifies short price at Muswellbrook

ALL Stand justified his short price at Muswellbrook on Tuesday when breaking through for his maiden victory in emphatic fashion ...
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My Paisann

Aussie maiden win long time coming for My Paisann’s connections

NEW Zealand export My Paisann repaid the faith shown by its owners after the gelding came off the pace and ...
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Almo Street

Progressive Almo Street ready to step to the highest level

AWAPUNI based trainer Lisa Latta is backing talented four-year-old Almo Street to push through the grades easily en route to ...
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High expectations for debutant Auchentoman

High expectations for debutant Auchentoman

Trainer Gary Moore is ready to send out debutant Auchentoman who will aim to transfer his impressive trial form to ...
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Treble to Blake Shinn at Arlington

Treble to Blake Shinn at Arlington

Blake Shinn has ridden a treble on the seven-race card at Arlington Park to take his tally to six during ...
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Walker returns to trackwork after injury

Walker returns to trackwork after injury

Jockey Michael Walker has made his return to trackwork after a lengthy injury absence, riding five horses in gallops at ...
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Aide Memoire

Aide Memoire ready to fire first-up in group one

MARTON trainer Fraser Auret is relaxed about Aide Memoire chances of achieving the uncommon feat of back-to-back group one victories ...
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Donna Philpot to be farewelled at Bendigo

Donna Philpot to be farewelled at Bendigo

Popular Bendigo racing identity Donna Philpot will be farewelled at the local track after losing her life in a riding ...
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Dean Yendall - I Am.A Star

Dean Yendall out for at least two days

Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall has been sidelined for at least two days after a fall at Mildura ...
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Caravaggio

Limato to take on Caravaggio in July Cup

Harry Bentley has been recalled to ride Limato when he takes on Caravaggio in the July Cup at Newmarket ...
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Hayley Turner fit for jockeys' challenge

Hayley Turner fit for jockeys’ challenge

Hayley Turner has ridden a winner at Windsor as she prepares for the Lady Jockeys' Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden ...
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No breaks for Yendall in Mildura fall

No breaks for Yendall in Mildura fall

Jockey Dean Yendall has escaped a fall at Mildura in country Victoria without any broken bones ...
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UK News

Champion jockey Kieren Fallon retires

Champion jockey Kieren Fallon's sudden retirement from riding has been brought on by previously undiagnosed depression a doctor says ...
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Vic racing

Houlahan wants a spot on Racing Vic board

Trainer Fran Houlahan will end her 37-year training career at the end of the season, but says she has more ...
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NSW racing news

New rule for foal and owner registration

Racing Australia has confirmed it will introduce rules governing the registration of foals and their owners ...
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Vic racing

Stokes to test Captain Duffy in Melbourne

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes believes the Taj Rossi Series Final at Flemington is the right race to test two-year-old Captain ...
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NSW racing news

Moruya Mathie relishing first city runner

Moruya trainer Wade Mathie will have his first city runner when Tipta Tantivy runs in the Highway Handicap at Randwick ...
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Vic racing

Almost 150 nominations for Finals Day

The Winter Championship Series Final is one of four Listed races on 'Finals Day' at Flemington, with the meeting a ...
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NSW racing news

Protectionist wins G2 race in Hamburg

Protectionist's comeback has continued with the 2014 Melbourne Cup winner taking out the Group Two Grosser Hansa-Preis at Hamburg ...
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NSW racing news

Back-up no problem for Wine ‘N’ Dine

Wine 'N' Dine is a racehorse who loves racing and the last-start Rosehill winner has been entered for the fourth ...
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Vic racing

Begg to saddle up runners at Geelong

Grahame Begg's first runners since relocating to Victoria and rejoining the training ranks will come at a Geelong synthetic track ...
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NSW racing news

Thompson aiming at 12th Jungle Juice

Robert Thompson will be out to win his 12th Jungle Juice Cup when he climbs aboard Three Sheets for his ...
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Vic racing tips

Sandown quaddie form and free tips, Wednesday July 6, 2016

SANDOWN hosts another monster quaddie this week after punters enjoyed big betting fields last Wednesday at the same venue. Quaddie ...
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Vic racing

Michelle Payne shows off massive scar

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne is sporting a large scar following surgery to repair a torn pancreas she suffered in ...
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NSW racing news

Protectionist wins G2 race in Hamburg

Protectionist's comeback has continued with the 2014 Melbourne Cup winner taking out the Group Two Grosser Hansa-Preis at Hamburg ...
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