Horse Racing History: Today In Racing 6th July

This day 6th 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.


Jerry Chau

Jerry Chau’s record-breaking season nears climax

Nearing the end of a record-breaking first full-season in Hong Kong, apprentice jockey Jerry Chau’s exploits in the saddle have ...
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Eagle Farm tips, top odds & quaddie picks | Wednesday, July 7

Eagle Farm tips, top odds & quaddie picks | Wednesday, July 7

The Eagle Farm races will be run and won on Wednesday, July 7. See the betting preview, top tips, value ...
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Mitch Beer

Beer banking on Jawwaal and Sunrise Ruby in The Kosciuszko

Likeable trainer Mitchell Beer has again set his sights on the world’s richest race for country-trained horses, The Kosciuszko (1200m) ...
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Avilius

Godolphin call time on triple Group 1 winner Avilius

Triple Group 1 winner Avilius has been retired, with the seven-year-old gelding set to join Godolphin’s Lifetime Care program ...
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Hightail

Kensington betting tips, value bets & quaddie | July 7, 2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings the betting preview for the Randwick-Kensington races held on Wednesday, July 7. See all the top tips, value ...
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Sandown Hillside best bets & quaddie tips | Wednesday, July 7

Sandown Hillside best bets & quaddie tips | Wednesday, July 7

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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Jamie Kah

Punt Drunk: Will Kah raise the bat at Sandown on Wednesday?

Punt Drunk returns from a six-week spell with a rye look at some of the major stories in racing, including ...
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Today's horse racing tips & best bets | July 6, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | July 6, 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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Dean James-Parker

Young jumps rider making immediate impression

A year ago, New Zealand punters had only just been introduced to Dean James-Parker, but in a little more than ...
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Acutus

Acutus scores northern victory

Acutus is loving the warmer climes of Ruakaka over winter. The Bob and Jenny Vance-trained six-year-old picked up his fifth ...
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Makzabeel

Promising stayer Makzabeel a potential Cups horse

Progressive four-year-old Makzabeel is putting together a nice record and was a dominant winner of the Northbeam Timber Beams and ...
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Coventina Bay

Queensland campaign extended for Coventina Bay

Coventina Bay was meant to be enjoying a well-deserved spell in the Queensland sun at the moment, however, the weather ...
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Ashlor

Stackhouse and Ashlor to team up in Monash

Jockey Daniel Stackhouse will be back aboard last-start winner Ashlor in the weight-for-age Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at ...
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Sircconi

Weekend Racing Review: Sircconi shines in Flemington final

Finals Day at Flemington took centre stage on Saturday, but there was plenty more quality racing action around the country ...
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David Hayes

French Derby runner-up to join Hayes in Hong Kong

British trainer John Gosden has landed his first victory in the French Derby as the runner-up The Summit heads for ...
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Terry Henderson

OTI part-owned filly claims Italian Oaks

A filly part-owned by prominent Australian syndicator OTI Racing has won the Group Two Italian Oaks ...
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Kris Lees

Lees, Waller with top Grafton Cup chances

Prominent trainers Kris Lees and Chris Waller are set to have strong hands in the Grafton Cup with both stable's ...
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Snitz

Dunn sets sights on Ramornie with Snitz

Locally trained sprinter Snitz has been set a Ramornie Handicap mission as he bids to upstage several Sydney stables in ...
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Michael Dee

Dee to have surgery on broken collarbone

Jockey Michael Dee has suffered a broken collarbone after a fall from a horse in winning an eventful race at ...
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Irish fillies dominate in Group 1 French Oaks

Irish fillies dominate in Group 1 French Oaks

Irish-trained fillies have made a sweep of the French Oaks placings with Fancy Blue winning for rookie trainer Donnacha O'Brien ...
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John Moore

Moore slams a Sha Tin hat-trick, Moreira’s out and Yiu’s still fighting

John Moore’s five-decade career in Hong Kong will come to an end in 10 days’ time but the handler hammered ...
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Ghaiyyath

Ghaiyyath beats Enable in Eclipse Stakes

Ghaiyyath has upset champion mare Enable's reappearance in making most of the running to win the Eclipse Stakes at Sandown ...
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Maria Sanson

Sanson makes first day a winning one

Apprentice jockey Maria Sanson kicked off her career in fine style at Awapuni on Saturday when she picked up her ...
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Hydroexpress

Vile delighted with local double

Trainer Gary Vile was to the fore on his home turf at Awapuni on Saturday, picking up a pair of ...
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Fonts de L’Algar

Red letter day for Waddell

Leading rider Jason Waddell had two reasons to celebrate a successful return to racing at Te Rapa on Saturday. The ...
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Reykjavik wins Winter Championship Final

Reykjavik wins Winter Championship Final

The Lindsey Smith-trained Reykjavik has won the Listed Winter Championship Series Final at Flemington which also gave jockey Linda Meech ...
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Newnham filly Salutes at Randwick

Newnham filly Salutes at Randwick

Well bred filly Invictus Salute has rounded out a consistent campaign with a fighting win at Randwick ...
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Parnhams combine in Flemington Listed win

Parnhams combine in Flemington Listed win

Consistent sprinter Malibu Style has taken out the All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington, beating favourite Milwaukee in the ...
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Poor visibility forces Doomben to cut last

Poor visibility forces Doomben to cut last

The last race at Doomben has been abandoned with jockeys complaining visibility was too poor to race ...
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New Horizons lives up to his breeding

New Horizons lives up to his breeding

New Horizons has become the first of superstar Frankel's offspring to win a Saturday metropolitan race in Brisbane with a ...
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Son of Kodiac

Kodiac gelding tops Hong Kong International Sale (July)

A son of Kodiac topped the Hong Kong International Sale (July) held at the Sha Tin Racecourse Parade Ring last ...
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Herengawe

Herengawe on Cups path

With a strong performance at Awapuni on Saturday, emerging wet-track performer Herengawe produced a bold audition for next month’s Group ...
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Fabulanski to target Group 1 Victoria Derby

Fabulanski to target Group 1 Victoria Derby

Trainer Robbie Laing will aim Fabulanski at the 2500m Derby for three-year-olds at Flemington after victory in the Taj Rossi ...
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Sultan Of Swing

Sultan delivers special win

Te Rapa specialist Sultan Of Swing struck again at the Hamilton track on Saturday, providing a poignant result in the ...
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London Bound

Black-type targets on horizon for juvenile winners

The connections of impressive two-year-old debut winners at Te Rapa and Awapuni on Saturday are eyeing bigger things in the ...
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Buffalo River stays unbeaten in Australia

Buffalo River stays unbeaten in Australia

After convincing wins at Ballarat and Sandown, import Buffalo River has claimed the Silver Bowl Series Final for three-year-olds at ...
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Handsome Thief back to his best

Handsome Thief back to his best

Former stakes performer Handsome Thief as returned to his best form with a fast finishing win at Doomben ...
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Bowman wins first ride back

Bowman wins first ride back

Top jockey Hugh Bowman has wasted no time returning to the winner's circle with victory aboard Sir Elton at his ...
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Littlefield gets first city win as trainer

Littlefield gets first city win as trainer

Trainer Charlotte Littlefield has celebrated her first city win, with Miss Mandito racing to victory at Flemington in the Leilani ...
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Forster not surprised by Kim Alicia win

Forster not surprised by Kim Alicia win

Trainer Desleigh Forster was far from surprised when Kim Alicia scored an upset win in the Madam Wu Two Year ...
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Youngster has World at his feet

Youngster has World at his feet

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will look to raise the bar for Rule The World after another impressive performance at ...
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Costa eyes stakes move for Gold Ambition

Costa eyes stakes move for Gold Ambition

Trainer Michael Costa hopes Gold Ambition can step up to stakes company after winning at Doomben ...
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Australian jockey Michelle Payne

Michelle Payne fined for comments re track

Michelle Payne has been fined for comments about the Sandown track she made on social media ...
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Unconditional chases more QTIS money

Unconditional chases more QTIS money

Toowoomba filly Unconditional will be chasing more QTIS bonus money when she races at Doomben ...
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Joe's Joy to be tested at 2400m

Joe’s Joy to be tested at 2400m

Trainer Richard Litt is looking to Joe's Joy to step up to 2400 metres at Randwick to open up future ...
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Egyptian Bullet chasing Flemington upset

Egyptian Bullet chasing Flemington upset

Egyptian Bullet will be given her chance to chase some black type when she runs in the Creswick Series Final ...
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ATC appoints Jamie Barkley as CEO

ATC appoints Jamie Barkley as CEO

The Australian Turf Cub has appointed current SCG chief executive Jamie Barkley to the corresponding position ...
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Roger James to enter training partnership

Roger James to enter training partnership

Prominent New Zealand trainer Roger James is to enter a partnership with his racing manager Robert Wellwood in the new ...
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Begg to saddle up two Flemington chances

Begg to saddle up two Flemington chances

Trainer Grahame Begg believes Galaxy Raider and Elle Gagne both get their chances in separate races at Flemington on Winter ...
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Remember The Name after third-straight win

Remember The Name after third-straight win

In-form filly Remember The Name will take on the colts and geldings in the Silver Bowl Series Final, chasing her ...
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Slydini to beat Doomben 1600m hoodoo

Slydini to beat Doomben 1600m hoodoo

Consistent Slydini will be aiming to overcome a series of minor placings and record his first win over the Doomben ...
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Gregorian Chant chases valuable stakes win

Gregorian Chant chases valuable stakes win

Two-year-old filly Gregorian Chant gets her first opportunity to chase valuable black type when she makes her stakes racing debut ...
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Skye's the limit at Scone

Skye’s the limit at Scone

Queensland jockey Skye Bogenhuber says the chance to link with trainer Brett Cavanough at Scone is too good to pass ...
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Richard Laming

Cobalt positive for Laming-trained horse

A horse trained by Richard Laming has returned a sample showing cobalt above the allowed threshold in a test taken ...
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Tony Allan

$500 million racing venue planned for Vietnam’s Can Tho

A HONG KONG-based company has been given the all clear to conduct a study into the feasibility behind building a ...
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Trainer Mark Thomas fined $5000

Trainer Mark Thomas fined $5000

Trainer Mark Thomas has pleaded guilty to an improper conduct charge and been fined $5000 ...
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Jockey Dwayne Dunn at Ladbrokes Handicap

Dunn with good chances on Finals Day

Unbeaten colt Royal Symphony and in-form sprinter Ability headline Dwayne Dunn's book of rides on Flemington Finals Day ...
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Niccolance after winning Randwick Fashions On The Field Handicap

Changes to the Sydney spring carnival

There have major prize money increases and several date changes to the Sydney spring carnival ...
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Jockey Hugh Bowman at Flemington

Bowman relies on Waller to bridge gap

Hugh Bowman will rely on the support of Chris Waller-trained runners to erode Brenton Avdulla's lead in the Sydney jockey's ...
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NZ galloper Gingernuts

Gingernuts gearing up for Melbourne’s spring

THE three-year-old export Gingernuts was arguably one of New Zealand’s best performing gallopers across the Tasman, and the gun runner ...
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Ranvet Handicap at Royal Randwick racecourse

Major boost for Sydney spring carnival

The revamped Sydney spring carnival has received a prize money boost along with changes to dates heading to the $10 ...
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Blake Shinn

The Everest’s first jockey confirmed

Blake Shinn has been named as the first jockey taking part in the $10 million Everest before half the field ...
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Stumblin In

Stumblin In set to make waves for Waverly stable

WAVERLY galloper Stumblin In is hoping to maintain its unbeaten run on the trip as the mare aims for a ...
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Blake Shinn

Blake Shinn first to saddle up for Everest

Newhaven Park's John Kelly has confirmed Blake Shinn will be aboard English in the inaugural running of the $10 million ...
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Esgrimidor wins at Canterbury in 2016

Esgrimidor an anxious starter for Howlett

Todd Howlett cannot jump to conclusions about Esgrimidor's chances at Warwick Farm after the gelding's tardy behaviour in the barriers ...
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Apprentice Beau Mertens at Cranbourne

Mertens out to build on premiership lead

A full book of rides at Flemington gives apprentice Beau Mertens another chance to extend his lead in the Melbourne ...
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Apprentice jockey Matt McGillivray at Goulburn

Matt McGillivray on city mission

Apprentice Matt McGillivray hopes to transform his recent winning streak on the midweek and provincial circuit to more city wins ...
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Salesman wins at Goulburn

Salesman hits the road for Highway debut

Southern Highlands trainer Sarah Murray-Leslie will break new ground when Salesman makes his Highway Handicap debut at Warwick Farm ...
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Colour of Money wins the 2015 Bong Bong Cup

Chris Anderson on the money at Doomben

The former James Cummings-trained Colour of Money will be the first Bong Bong Cup winner to race in Brisbane when ...
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NZ Tips

New Zealand racing free tips, odds and form, Saturday July 8

BETTING on New Zealand racing is a great way to start your Saturday on the punt and there are some ...
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Rancho Montoya

Rancho Montoya to do dam proud

Two-year-old Rancho Montoya is the last of broodmare Isolda's offspring and he could prove to be one of her best ...
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Jockey Dean Yendall at Mildura

Yendall to miss rest of season with injury

Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall is expected to be sidelined for at least four to six weeks with a fractured ...
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Flemington tips

Flemington racing free tips, form and odds, Saturday July 8

FLEMINGTON hosts some quality races this Saturday which includes the Winter Championship Final, Sprint Series Final and the Banjo Paterson ...
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RadioTAB Racing and Sport

RadioTAB to launch appeal for NJT

Brisbane radio station RadioTAB will hold an appeal to help the National Jockeys Trust ...
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Vic racing

Beirut makes it three-straight wins

Henry Dwyer will try to extend Beirut's late-season winning streak by targeting a Saturday city race after the mare made ...
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Vic racing

Beirut makes it three-straight wins

Henry Dwyer will try to extend Beirut's late-season winning streak by targeting a Saturday city race after the mare made ...
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NSW racing news

Capitalist’s relative scores at Canterbury

The horse the Snowdens initially thought was as good as Slipper winner Capitalist has shown his potential by cruising to ...
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Queensland news

Hannah’s Wish an emotional winner

A filly named for the late Hanna Ciobo, Hannah's Wish, has scored an emotional win at Eagle Farm ...
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Queensland news

Star sprinter Buffering in light work

Veteran sprinter Buffering has recovered from an injury suffered in Hong Kong and is back in light work with a ...
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Vic racing

Jacquinot Bay after third-straight win

Jacquinot Bay will be out to cap his Winter Championship Series campaign in the Final at Fleminton having already won ...
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NSW racing news

Twin trainers chance for rare quinella

Trainer Emma Longmire is searching for her first city winner at Randwick on Saturday, but will have to defeat her ...
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Vic racing

Arnold picks up ride on Tas Derby winner

Steven Arnold is looking forward to riding Jerilderie Letter for the first time in the Silver Bowl Series Final at ...
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NSW racing news

Prize money increased for Winter features

Three upcoming Listed races in Sydney have had prize money increases to $150,000 ...
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Queensland news

Akavoroun out to win for Ciaron Maher

Victorian trainer Ciaron Maher will be looking to an old favourite to give him a winner in Brisbane this winter ...
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NSW racing news

Protectionist to target European Group One

Protectionist will be set fof the Group One Grosser Preis Berlin before a decision on a return to Australia for ...
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Queensland news

Star sprinter Buffering in light work

Veteran sprinter Buffering has recovered from an injury suffered in Hong Kong and is back in light work with a ...
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NSW racing news

Prussian Secret inquiry delayed

Racing NSW steward have agreed to a request to delay an inquiry into the alleged drenching of Prussian Secret in ...
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Vic racing

Dartmouth among RV scout’s spring targets

Racing Victoria's Leigh Jordon will spend the next three weeks in Europe trying to attract top-class horses to Melbourne for ...
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