Horse Racing History: Today In Racing 6th June

This day 6th 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.


Today's horse racing tips & best bets | June 6, 2021

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | June 6, 2021

Horse Racing around the country sees nine meetings scheduled to be run and won this Sunday afternoon. Our racing analysts ...
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Opacity

Promising Opacity wins again at Randwick

Promising three-year-old gelding Opacity has made it five wins from seven starts with a narrow but impressive victory at Randwick ...
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Jolly Sailor impresses with Flemington win

Jolly Sailor impresses with Flemington win

Jolly Sailor has landed his third win from four career starts, leading throughout to claim the Bagot's Cowshed Handicap ...
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Brenton Avdulla

Achiever ends lean run for Brenton Avdulla

Trainer Chris Waller has Spring Champion Stakes ambitions for improving youngster Achiever who has given Brenton Avdulla an overdue win ...
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Vassilator

Vassilator returns to form at Flemington

After a winless streak extending more than two years, Vassilator has broken through with a narrow win in the VRC ...
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Aquitaine

Aquitaine earns extended Queensland stay

Godolphin filly Aquitaine will stay in Queensland to chase more black-type after winning the Listed Mick Dittman Plate at Eagle ...
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Classique Legend

Classique Legend a class above at Randwick

The road to the $15 million Everest has begun at a Sydney winter meeting for Classique Legend, whose star power ...
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Toby Edmonds

Tyzone wins the Group One Stradbroke Handicap

Tyzone has produced a barnstorming run to edge out Sydney-trained mare Madam Rouge in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at ...
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Chapada

Chapada breaks through for his second win

Having been out of the winner's circle since a maiden victory at Wangaratta in 2018, dual Group One placegetter Chapada ...
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Rothfire

Rothfire dominates in Group One JJ Atkins

Rothfire has won the Group One JJ Atkins, beating Gotta Kiss and The Drinks Cart in the $350,000 race at ...
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Ballistic Boy

Ballistic Boy gives Anderson dream result

Chris Anderson realised a training ambition when he won a Group race with a horse in Think Big Stud's colours ...
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Standoff

Standoff lands Flemington knockout blow

Jockey Dwayne Dunn was taken by the performance of Standoff at Flemington, saying the filly looks like a yearling but ...
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Lando Bay

Bowman steers Lando Bay to Randwick win

Three-year-old Lando Bay has notched his first city victory and his third win from five starts this campaign since being ...
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Three straight for Prezado at Flemington

Three straight for Prezado at Flemington

Prezado has added to his impressive Flemington straight-track record, taking out the Jim Beam Hill Plate to make it three ...
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Karis Teetan

Teetan’s rolling towards a personal best

Karis Teetan goes into Sunday’s (7 June) Sha Tin meeting well astern of Zac Purton and Joao Moreira in the ...
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Joao Moreira

Moreira confident of ending cold snap at Sha Tin

Joao Moreira knows he needs to turn up the heat and emerge firing from a rare cold spell if he’s ...
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Preferment

Brighthill Farm offer unique incentives for breeders

Brighthill Farm have come up with a unique offering for breeders leading into the new breeding season. In response to ...
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Temyia Taiaroa

Taiaroa continuing family legacy

Promising rider Temyia Taiaroa is proud to be the third-generation of her family to become a jockey. The Central Districts ...
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Highly Recommended colt

Tapper has clear view on future

Timaru-based Clearview Park Stud will offer four lots at the New Zealand Bloodstock South Island Sale, which is being conducted ...
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Jockey Blake Shinn gains Hong Kong licence

Jockey Blake Shinn gains Hong Kong licence

Blake Shinn will join fellow Australian jockeys Chad Schofield and Regan Bayliss when the new racing season kicks off in ...
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Noble Boy faces biggest test in Hinkler

Noble Boy faces biggest test in Hinkler

Queanbeyan visitor Noble Boy faces his biggest test when he meets a surprisingly strong Hinkler Handicap field at Eagle Farm ...
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Savvy Oak

Third time’s a charm for Savvy Oak

Expat New Zealand trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young will be hoping third time’s a charm for their talented three-year-old ...
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First stakes test for Bon Amis at Randwick

First stakes test for Bon Amis at Randwick

Prolific winner Bon Amis will step up to Listed company for the first time when he resumes in the June ...
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Halvorsen on path towards Creswick Stakes

Halvorsen on path towards Creswick Stakes

Promising sprinter Halvorsen can confirm Creswick Stakes plans with a good performance when he has first attempt at racing on ...
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Dual Group One winner Viddora retired

Dual Group One winner Viddora retired

The successful racing career of Viddora has come to an end with the dual Group One winner off to stud ...
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Hellyer excited about Guineas ride

Hellyer excited about Guineas ride

A suspension has not dampened jockey Michael Hellyer's enthusiasm for his ride on Baccarat Baby in the Queensland Guineas ...
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RAD Board to hear Jarrod McLean charges

RAD Board to hear Jarrod McLean charges

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has set a date to hear the charges against trainer Jarrod McLean, Darren Weir's ...
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Lesage set to take next step at Flemington

Lesage set to take next step at Flemington

Following an all-the-way victory on debut at Cranbourne, Lesage will face a new challenge when she races down the straight ...
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It's not Over for 3YO despite Derby miss

It’s not Over for 3YO despite Derby miss

Brisbane winter carnival plans for Think It Over have not come to fruition but the three-year-old gets a chance to ...
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Edmonds growing in confidence with Tyzone

Edmonds growing in confidence with Tyzone

Trainer Toby Edmonds has had a nervous wait to get a start with Tyzone in the Stradbroke Handicap but is ...
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Cahill set to continue wonderful winter

Cahill set to continue wonderful winter

Hard work is paying off for veteran Michael Cahill who is set to confirm his rating as jockey of the ...
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11 international invitations for Cox Plate

11 international invitations for Cox Plate

The Moonee Valley Racing Club has issued 11 invitations for the Cox Plate, the first time in five years the ...
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Comeback

Group targets on the horizon for Comeback

The Team Rogerson-trained Comeback will attempt to extend his winning streak to six on Saturday when he lines-up in the ...
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Kaharau

Family pet fit to resume at Te Rapa

Kenny Rae describes Kaharau, the seven-year-old gelding he co-owns with Mike Harris and Guy Matches, as his family pet. “He’s ...
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Zac Purton

Purton keeps on rolling with Happy Valley four-timer

There is no stopping the Zac Purton juggernaut. The champion jockey continued his domination with a four-timer at Happy Valley ...
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Tacitus favourite for Belmont Stakes

Tacitus favourite for Belmont Stakes

Tacitus is the slight favourite over Preakness Stakes winner War Of Will for the Belmont Stakes over 2400 metres ...
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Brilliant steeplechaser Denman dies

Brilliant steeplechaser Denman dies

Denman, the 2008 Cheltenham Gold Cup winner, has died at the age of 18, trainer Paul Nicholls has announced ...
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Ethan Brown cops eight-meet ban at Sandown

Ethan Brown cops eight-meet ban at Sandown

Apprentice Ethan Brown failed to ride a winner at Sandown and was later suspended for eight meetings and fined $500 ...
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Layel

Fighting Harada potential Guineas prospect

Jockey Michael Walker has high hopes for Fighting Harada after he scored his first city success in the Clabrooke Racing ...
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Derasa on target for first Melbourne start

Derasa on target for first Melbourne start

Three-year-old Tasmanian filly Derasa will make her first Melbourne appearance at Flemington and trainer Barry Campbell is expecting a good ...
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Monsieur Sisu nails city win for Paul Cave

Monsieur Sisu nails city win for Paul Cave

Warwick Farm trainer Paul Cave has secured his first metropolitan win in Sydney this season through maiden-breaking gelding Monsieur Sisu ...
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Wyong tips and best bets for January 20

Wyong betting tips & full form for Thursday, June 7

NSW'S key meet on Thursday is from Wyong as the country track hosts an eight race card as the working ...
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Jeff Lloyd stands down at Gold Coast

Jeff Lloyd stands down at Gold Coast

Brisbane's premier rider Jeff Lloyd will need a medical certificate before he rides three-year-old Perast in the Stradbroke Handicap ...
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Control freak gets the job done at Sandown

Control freak gets the job done at Sandown

Nordic Empire has led home his opposition under apprentice Stephanie Thornton to take out the Dream Thoroughbreds Handicap at Sandown ...
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Braces goes back-to-back for Greg Hickman

Braces goes back-to-back for Greg Hickman

The Greg Hickman-trained gelding Braces can look forward to a rare trip to Rosehill after recording consecutive city wins at ...
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Propelle out to boost rating at Flemington

Propelle out to boost rating at Flemington

Co-trainer Simon Zahra is hoping for a strong performance from Propelle at Flemington in a bid to boost the filly's ...
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Stradbroke time back to the 1970s

Stradbroke time back to the 1970s

The Stradbroke Hcp will be run as race five at Doomben on Saturday in a flashback to the 1970s when ...
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Perizada presses on as retirement beckons

Perizada presses on as retirement beckons

Dogged mare Perizada is looking to continue her consistent preparation for Canberra trainers Ron Weston and John Nisbet with more ...
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Baker says Champagne Cuddles can shine

Baker says Champagne Cuddles can shine

Trainer Bjorn Baker believes things have fallen into place for Champagne Cuddles to shine in the Group One Stradbroke Hcp ...
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Spieth to beat hoodoos in Stradbroke

Spieth to beat hoodoos in Stradbroke

Despite drawing the outside barrier, stud-bound Spieth is primed to break a couple of hoodoos in the Group One Stradbroke ...
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Avondale treble sets up winter assault

Avondale treble sets up winter assault

Nigel Tiley isn’t lacking firepower for the winter, as evidenced by a standout day at Avondale where he trained the ...
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Filly ready to rock and roll

Filly ready to rock and roll

Keltic Rockstar is in the right order to improve on her encouraging debut performance when she fronts up at New ...
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Cup bid on Daytona Red’s radar

Cup bid on Daytona Red’s radar

A trip to Riccarton is the long-term plan for the progressive stayer Daytona Red. The four-year-old won three races during ...
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Sandown market movers for Wednesday, June 6

Sandown market movers for Wednesday, June 6

SANDOWN is racing this Wednesday and the punters have made their moves early in the day ahead of Melbourne's eight ...
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Champagne outright Stradbroke favourite

Champagne outright Stradbroke favourite

The Bjorn Baker-trained three-year-old filly Champagne Cuddles is the outright favourite for the Stradbroke Handicap after drawing gate one ...
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Canterbury market movers for Wednesday, June 6

Canterbury market movers for Wednesday, June 6

CANTERBURY is racing this Wednesday and the punters have made their investments early in the piece. We have your tips ...
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Luck Favours ruled out of Royal Ascot

Luck Favours ruled out of Royal Ascot

Luck Favours has spiked a temperature and will not make the trip to England for the Royal Ascot meeting ...
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Justify draws the rail for Belmont

Justify draws the rail for Belmont

The Bob Baffert-trained Justify has drawn barrier one for his bid to win the Belmont Stakes and complete the US ...
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Larry Cassidy aboard Order Again

Heavy backing for Order Again to win Queensland Derby

PUNTERS are jumping aboard Order Again for Saturday's Group 1 Queensland Derby. The three-year-old gelding impressed last start to take ...
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ATC staff cop fines for improper conduct

ATC staff cop fines for improper conduct

Racing NSW have fined two Australian Turf Club staff following an investigation into the treatment of horses attached to the ...
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Leilani Lodge stays in the Cummings family

Leilani Lodge stays in the Cummings family

Anthony Cummings will return to Leilani Lodge, where he worked with his legendary father Bart, when son James joins Godolphin ...
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quaddie tips

Pakenham races preview and free quaddie tip for Thursday, June 8

THE Thursday quaddie returns to its spiritual home of Pakenham after a day-trip last week to rural Victoria. Last week ...
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Rachael Murray rides century of winners

Rachael Murray rides century of winners

Rachael Murray has ridden into NSW racing history, posting her 100th winner for the season ...
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Jungle Edge during Doomben Cup Day

Bell watches weather for Stradbroke Edge

Trainer Mick Bell is counting on raceday rain to strengthen the Stradbroke Handicap claims of Jungle Edge ...
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Frankel's son New Horizons

Frankel foal to break New Horizons in Australian racing

IT is the beginning of a new era in Australian thoroughbred racing as New Horizons – son of legendary English ...
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Flemington test for unbeaten Counterplay

Flemington test for unbeaten Counterplay

Two wins from as many starts in South Australia has earned two-year-old filly Counterplay an interstate trip to run at ...
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Low expectations for Centre Pivot return

Low expectations for Centre Pivot return

The Peter Robl-trained gelding Centre Pivot starts his winter campaign at Randwick on Saturday with the Civic Stakes at Rosehill ...
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Premiership battle to continue at Sandown

Premiership battle to continue at Sandown

After breaking his maiden at Sandown two starts ago, three-year-old Willi Willi returns to the venue for another midweek race ...
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Heywoods out for milestone win in Sydney

Heywoods out for milestone win in Sydney

Wagga Wagga trainer Chris Heywood is counting on his son Nick's affinity with Leucura to make a difference at Canterbury ...
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Muswellbrook trainer Lewis Seib dies

Muswellbrook trainer Lewis Seib dies

The Muswellbrook Race Club is mourning the loss of local trainer Lewis Seib who has died from brain cancer ...
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Group One winner Famous Seamus retired

Group One winner Famous Seamus retired

Group One winner Famous Seamus has been retired after a 59-start career which netted 12 wins and more than $1.3 ...
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Wet weather forces Edenhope transfer

Wet weather forces Edenhope transfer

Rain around Edenhope in country Victoria has forced an upcoming meeting to be transferred to Hamilton ...
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NSW racing news

Triple Group One winner Ortensia dies

Globetrotting mare Ortensia, the winner of Group One races on three continents, has died at the age of 10 ...
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NSW racing news

Artlee gains a run in Stradbroke Hcp

NSW country-trained gelding Artlee is guaranteed a Stradbroke Handicap start with Mitchell Bell to be reunited with the sprinter ...
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Vic racing

Aussies combine for G1 Singapore win

Former Australian trainer Cliff Brown has collected his third Singapore Group One win for the year with Glen Boss riding ...
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NSW racing news

Protectionist wins German comeback

The 2014 Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist has made a winning return from injury in Germany, claiming a 2000m-race at Dusseldorf ...
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Midweek quaddie form and tips for Wednesday June 8, 2016

Midweek quaddie form and tips for Wednesday June 8, 2016

SUNNY Queensland has been anything but that this past week, but we're hoping the conditions stay fine for the Wednesday ...
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racing news

Jockey Kent Desormeaux in rehab

Exaggerator's jockey Kent Desormeaux is undergoing treatment in an alcohol rehabilitation facility but expects to ride the colt in the ...
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NSW racing news

Perry says it would be nice to win again

Wouldnt It Be Nice will get conditions to suit as he steps out in defence of the Listed June Stakes ...
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Vic racing

In-form 3yo makes city debut at Flemington

As John Moloney makes steady improvement from a broken leg he's hopeful Penny Shares can step up to city grade ...
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Vic racing

Vic trainer outed on peptide charges

Paul Jones has been disqualified for administration and possession of an unregistered product containing a synthetic peptide ...
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NSW racing news

Waller duo ready to join Qld Derby team

Chirs Waller confirms four runners for the Queensland Derby with Encosta Line and Rodrico ready to travel from Sydney ...
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racing news

Jockey Kent Desmormeaux in rehab

Exaggerator's jockey Kent Desormeaux is undergoing treatment in an alcohol rehabilitation facility but expects to ride the colt in the ...
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Vic racing

Mackinnon Stakes no longer a Cup lead-up

The Victoria Racing Club has switched the dates of two Group One races in a shake up of it's Melbourne ...
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Vic racing

Mackinnon Stakes to be moved

The Mackinnon Stakes will be moved to the final day of the Melbourne Cup carnival with a doubling of prize ...
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UK News

Joseph O’Brien begins training career

Joseph O'Brien, the 23-year-old son of champion Irish trainer Aidan, begins his own training career with seven runners at two ...
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NSW racing news

Protectionist wins German comeback

The 2014 Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist has made a winning return from injury in Germany, claiming a 2000m-race at Dusseldorf ...
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