Horse Racing History: Today in racing 6th March

This day 6th March 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 | March 6, 2022

Today’s horse racing tips & best bets | March 6, 2022

Seven horse racing meetings are scheduled around Australia today. See the top tips, best odds and quaddie selections here at ...
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Punt Drunk: Today's Top Racing Tips | 06/03/21

Punt Drunk: Today’s Top Racing Tips | 06/03/21

Punt Drunk Daily brings you all of Saturday's top racing tips between our 5 Metro races being run around Australia ...
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Royal Randwick

Randwick race-by-race betting tips & odds | Saturday 6/3/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the latest odds, best bets and value picks for every race at Royal Randwick on Saturday, March ...
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Eagle Farm

Eagle Farm racing tips, odds & quaddie | Saturday 6/3/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the latest odds, best value bets and top quaddie selections for the Eagle Farm meeting on Saturday, ...
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Morphettville racing tips

Morphettville Parks racing tips & odds | Saturday 6/3/2021

HorseBetting.com.au brings you the latest odds, best value bets and top quaddie picks for this weekend's Morphettville race meeting on ...
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Fiona McIntyre wins Lady Of Racing Award

Fiona McIntyre wins Lady Of Racing Award

Fiona McIntyre has been announced as the winner of the 2020 Lady Of Racing Award for her work in re-training ...
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Special win for Lees in Newcastle feature

Special win for Lees in Newcastle feature

Special Reward has staked his claims for a Doncaster Mile bid with a dominant performance in the Newcastle Newmarket for ...
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Deprive on right track to answer Challenge

Deprive on right track to answer Challenge

Godolphin sprinter Deprive will face his toughest test when he takes on a trio of multiple Group One winners in ...
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Nerves a good sign ahead of Fasika return

Nerves a good sign ahead of Fasika return

A mare still on a career trajectory and an evergreen gelding nearing the end of his will fly the flag ...
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Sydney mare after another Melbourne win

Sydney mare after another Melbourne win

Three of Greysful Glamour's four career wins have been in Melbourne and the four-year-old mare will chase another in a ...
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Ole Kirk following All Too Hard path

Ole Kirk following All Too Hard path

All Too Hard completed the Talindert Stakes and Sires' Produce double which his close relation Ole Kirk will attempt at ...
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Facts and figures on Newmarket Handicap

Facts and figures on Newmarket Handicap

A look at the history behind the Group One Newmarket Handicap at Flemington ...
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Reisling

McEvoy to test Slipper waters on Dame

A rain-affected track is jockey Kerrin McEvoy's only query as he prepares to test Reisling Stakes fancy Dame Giselle as ...
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A look at the history of Australian Cup

A look at the history of Australian Cup

All the facts and figures on the Group One Australian Cup at Flemington ...
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Weather to decide Tagaloa's Todman start

Weather to decide Tagaloa’s Todman start

How much more rain falls on the track at Randwick will determine whether Melbourne colt Tagaloa takes his place in ...
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Vow And Declare set for WFA return in Cup

Vow And Declare set for WFA return in Cup

Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare will make his weight-for-age debut when he resumes in the Group One Australian Cup ...
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Ryan commits to running Standout in wet

Ryan commits to running Standout in wet

Trainer Gerald Ryan has all but committed to running Standout in the Group One Canterbury Stakes at Randwick as long ...
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Eurell eyes more Flemington stakes success

Eurell eyes more Flemington stakes success

Stablemates The Watchman and Sassy Salitage will chase feature race wins at Flemington a week after their trainer prepared a ...
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Stable issues Guineas Warning to rivals

Stable issues Guineas Warning to rivals

Victoria Derby winner Warning is ready to give the Group One Randwick Guineas a shake, according to the Anthony Freedman ...
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Cellsabeel out of Reisling Stakes

Cellsabeel out of Reisling Stakes

Former Slipper favourite Cellsabeel has been ruled out of a vital lead-up in the Reisling Stakes with a hoof problem ...
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Exceedance ready to excel in G1 Newmarket

Exceedance ready to excel in G1 Newmarket

Three-year-old Exceedance has done the work to win the Newmarket Handicap at Flemington first-up according to Wayne Hawkes who will ...
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Apache Chase needs pace at Eagle Farm

Apache Chase needs pace at Eagle Farm

Trainer Desleigh Forster is hoping there will be plenty of early pace so two-year-old Apache Chase can show his best ...
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Dash and Dawn ready for Fireball returns

Dash and Dawn ready for Fireball returns

Co-trainer Adrian Bott is reluctant to split Yao Dash and Dawn Passage in the Fireball Stakes but the former has ...
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Platinum Invador

Is this the year for Latta?

Lisa Latta is hoping this is her year in the Group 1 Barfoot & Thompson Auckland Cup (3200m). The Palmerston ...
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True Enough

True Enough at peak for Ellerslie

Ultra-consistent Cambridge galloper True Enough returns to the scene and conditions of his first Group 1 win when he contests ...
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Surfers Paradise

Unforgettable Cox Plates for O’Sullivan

Former champion jockey Lance O’Sullivan will never forget his first ride in the Group 1 W.S. Cox Plate (2040m) and ...
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Star Of Michelin overcomes slight setback

Star Of Michelin overcomes slight setback

Promising Star Of Michelin has over come a slight setback to be ready for the Three-Year-Old Handicap at Eagle Farm ...
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Health advice issued for Cheltenham

Health advice issued for Cheltenham

Racegoers are being urged to stay away from the Cheltenham Festival if they have any coronavirus symptoms or have been ...
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VRC to pay tribute to Les Carlyon

VRC to pay tribute to Les Carlyon

The Victoria Racing Club will pay tribute to lifelong racing aficionado and storyteller Les Carlyon who has died aged 76 ...
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Two jobs for Chris Munce ahead of Mile

Two jobs for Chris Munce ahead of Mile

Trainer Chris Munce is juggling All-Star Mile plans for Urban Ruler while picking which direction promising filly Zoucara will go ...
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Price adds a partner to training business

Price adds a partner to training business

Caulfield trainer Mick Price is set to add a training partner to his operation which he says will allow him ...
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Toby Edmonds wins for another stud

Toby Edmonds wins for another stud

Toby Edmonds has trained winners for several top studs and has added Newhaven Park to the list after Music's win ...
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Bogenhuber cleared after Toowoomba fall

Bogenhuber cleared after Toowoomba fall

Specialists have found injured jockey Skye Bogenhuber has no swelling and a brain bleed has stopped after a fall at ...
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Godolphin still packing the Slipper aces

Godolphin still packing the Slipper aces

A trio of Godolphin two-year-olds will be out to add their names to trainer James Cummings' Golden Slipper team when ...
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Le Romain to stay in Melbourne for now

Le Romain to stay in Melbourne for now

The George Ryder Stakes in Sydney looms as the next start for Le Romain if he does not get a ...
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Seymour meeting transferred to Echuca

Seymour meeting transferred to Echuca

Echuca will host a transferred Seymour meeting two days after it runs its own Cup program ...
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Dalasan earns shot at VRC Sires' Produce

Dalasan earns shot at VRC Sires’ Produce

Trainer Leon Macdonald expects the step up to 1400m to suit unbeaten Dalasan when he runs in Melbourne for the ...
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Newnham to take up Guineas challenge

Newnham to take up Guineas challenge

Trainer Mark Newnham has confirmed Nakeeta Jane will take on star colt The Autumn Sun and back up in the ...
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Zahspeed ready for another Darwin crusade

Zahspeed ready for another Darwin crusade

Much-travelled Zahspeed will have a few starts for trainer Liam Birchley in Brisbane before heading north for another Darwin Cup ...
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Lees with strong hand in G1 Newmarket Hcp

Lees with strong hand in G1 Newmarket Hcp

Trainer Kris Lees is set to have a strong hand in the Group One Newmarket Handicap at Flemington with Brave ...
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Pierata returns for Group One campaign

Pierata returns for Group One campaign

Trainer Greg Hickman will give stable star Pierata every chance to claim a Group One win in major sprints this ...
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2019 BMW Hong Kong Derby runners revealed

2019 BMW Hong Kong Derby runners revealed

The 14 talented four-year-olds destined to contest the 2019 BMW Hong Kong Derby (2000m) at Sha Tin 11 days hence ...
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Sound runs first-up in G1 Australian Cup

Sound runs first-up in G1 Australian Cup

Mike Moroney is eyeing a Sydney staying Group One campaign with German import Sound who runs first-up in the Australian ...
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Thurlow aiming for Auckland Cup glory

Thurlow aiming for Auckland Cup glory

Waverley trainer Bill Thurlow has experienced a stellar season with his talented galloper Glory Days and he is hoping she ...
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Fine for using nose twitch overturned

Fine for using nose twitch overturned

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has overturned a fine imposed on trainer Trevor Rowe for using a nose twitch on ...
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Ardrossan out of Canterbury Stakes

Ardrossan out of Canterbury Stakes

Group One performer Ardrossan has been withdrawn from the Group 1 Canterbury Stakes (1300m) at Randwick on Saturday after recording ...
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Further tests for Bogenhuber after fall

Further tests for Bogenhuber after fall

Jockey Skye Bogenhuber will have further tests after suffering a head injury in a fall in a jump-out at Toowoomba ...
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Shoals to resume in G1 Canterbury Stakes

Shoals to resume in G1 Canterbury Stakes

The Anthony Freedman stable has confirmed dual acceptor Shoals will head to Sydney to run in the Group One Canterbury ...
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The Autumn Sun with eight Guineas rivals

The Autumn Sun with eight Guineas rivals

Triple Group One-winning colt The Autumn Sun headlines a field of nine for the Randwick Guineas which includes Surround Stakes ...
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Senior TAB bookmaker warned off

Senior TAB bookmaker warned off

Senior TAB bookmaker Sally Snow has been warned off by Racing NSW stewards for refusing to co-operate with an inquiry ...
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Big fields to contest Flemington features

Big fields to contest Flemington features

The Newmarket Handicap and the Australian Cup at Flemington have brought together big fields for the Group One races ...
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Luvaluva

Group 3 test for Luvaluva

Sydney trainer John Sargent is expecting a solid showing from New Zealand-bred mare Luvaluva when she competes in the Group ...
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Senior member of TAB warned off by Racing NSW

Senior member of TAB warned off by Racing NSW

RACING NSW announced today that it has warned off TAB's Senior Trading Manager of Thoroughbred Trading Fixed Odds Betting Mrs ...
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Madison County on target for Guineas

Madison County on target for Guineas

The seven figure sale for star three-year-old Madison County may have fallen through, but the Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman-trained ...
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Callan hopes Country Star can spark his season

Callan hopes Country Star can spark his season

Neil Callan must have done something right at the weekend. The Irishman had a rare sit on a John Size-trained ...
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Schools Go Racing at Leopardstown Racecourse

Schools Go Racing at Leopardstown Racecourse

The HRI Go Racing Education Day aims to build ties between racecourses and their local community. It also aims to ...
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Happy Clapper ready for autumn assault

Happy Clapper ready for autumn assault

Trainer Pat Webster has Happy Clapper primed for another Group One campaign starting with the Canterbury Stakes ...
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Jungle Edge aimed at TJ Smith Stakes glory

Jungle Edge aimed at TJ Smith Stakes glory

The Mick Bell-trained Jungle Edge will open his Sydney autumn campaign in the Challenge Stakes at Randwick with the Group ...
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Blinkers go on Fandango in Australian Cup

Blinkers go on Fandango in Australian Cup

Trainer Archie Alexander is expecting a better performance from Lord Fandango who will wear blinkers in the Australian Cup at ...
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Warwick Farm tips 13/1

Warwick Farm tips & form for Wednesday, March 7

WARWICK Farm is hosting racing this Wednesday and we're excited about what the day will bring. There's a full eight ...
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Trapeze Artist can extend to 1600m: Ryan

Trapeze Artist can extend to 1600m: Ryan

Trainer Gerald Ryan has had to send Menari for a spell but is looking forward to Trapeze Artist flying the ...
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Matt Dunn chases another Sydney prize

Matt Dunn chases another Sydney prize

Matt Dunn has aborted Doncaster Mile plans for Care To Think but is going all out to win another big ...
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Missrock spot-on for Newmarket after trial

Missrock spot-on for Newmarket after trial

Missrock has rounded off her Newmarket Handicap preparation with a hard-held 800m-trial win at Cranbourne ...
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Sword Of Osman

Weight determines Bosson’s Sistema ride

Opie Bosson's Group One hopes in the two-year-old feature at Ellerslie will rest with Sword Of Osman, although it's not ...
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Bruce Wallace

Import pleasing new trainers

Well-travelled five-year-old Smart Dragon has made an encouraging start to his New Zealand career. The Italian-bred gelding is now in ...
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Toorak Tower

Variety key to 4YO’s progress

Sam Logan has been playing mind games with newcomer Toorak Tower. The Cambridge trainer now shares in the ownership with ...
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Bargain buy Lutreola set for city debut

Bargain buy Lutreola set for city debut

Wyong trainer Stephen Schofield will make a rare trip to Sydney with cheap acquisition Lutreola who is in a maiden ...
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Hartnell

12 for Australian Cup, 15 in Newmarket Hcp

The $1.5 million Australian Cup over 2000m has attracted a field of 12 while the Newmarket Handicap up the Flemington ...
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Townsville market movers for Tuesday, March 6

Townsville market movers for Tuesday, March 6

TOWNSVILLE is Queensland's sole race meet today and there have been significant shifts in the fixed odds markets. Here's where ...
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Kembla Grange market movers for Tuesday, March 6

Kembla Grange market movers for Tuesday, March 6

KEMBLA Grange is on the agenda today and the punters have not being shy in rallying around the meet. There ...
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Bendigo market movers for Tuesday, March 6

Bendigo market movers for Tuesday, March 6

BENDIGO is Victoria's sole meet today and the punters are well aware of that fact. The smart money has come ...
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Crack Me Up

Penalties for Crack Me Up and Aloft

Crack Me Up and Aloft have received one kilogram penalties for the Doncaster Mile and Sydney Cup respectively after their ...
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Europe well represented at the Hong Kong International Sale

Europe well represented at the Hong Kong International Sale

Young stock from some of the world’s top thoroughbred auctions will go under the hammer at the Hong Kong International ...
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Magic Millions winner Houtzen

Toby Edmonds to put lid on Houtzen hype

Toby Edmonds wants to keep a lid on the hype surrounding star filly Houtzen's quest for the Group One Golden ...
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Darren Weir has first New Zealand runner

Darren Weir has first New Zealand runner

Lord Van Percy will represent Darren Weir in the Auckland Cup giving the champion trainer his first runner in New ...
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McEvoy chasing more Flemington success

McEvoy chasing more Flemington success

A milestone Group One win for Tony McEvoy has the trainer eager for some more feature race success at Flemington ...
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Omei to put the sword to Coolmore rivals

Omei to put the sword to Coolmore rivals

Talented filly Omei Sword is the early favourite to topple her older rivals in the Coolmore Classic at Rosehill ...
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Boom Time chases Australian Cup dream

Boom Time chases Australian Cup dream

After having five possible contenders for the Australian Cup, Boom Time will be the sole Lindsay Park representative at Flemington ...
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Wing Snipper

Aaron Bullock looking to break city drought with Wing Snipper

SINGLETON jockey Aaron Bullock is optimistic he could ride his first city winner after nearly a decade in the saddle ...
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Kate Goodrich hearing adjourned

Kate Goodrich hearing adjourned

The hearing into Kate Goodrich's refusal to give members of Racing Victoria's Compliance and Assurance Team access to her stable ...
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The Quarterback chasing second Newmarket

The Quarterback chasing second Newmarket

After being scratched from the Lightning Stakes, The Quarterback will have to try to become the first horse in a ...
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Midweek tips

Midweek form and free tips at Ballarat, Wednesday March 8

BALLARAT hosts an eight race card this Wednesday and punters shouldn't have any problem finding some value across the board ...
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Michelle Payne

Payne slams Flemington track manager Mick Goodie in Twitter rant

MELBOURNE Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne has launched an extraordinary attack on Flemington track manager Mick Goodie on Twitter. The jockey-turned-trainer ...
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Spieth

Newmarket Handicap and Australian Cup futures market tips

SPIETH is the opening favourite for this Saturday's Group 1 Newmarket Handicap at Flemington after finishing runner up at its ...
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Hong Kong record 8 winners for Moreira

Hong Kong record 8 winners for Moreira

Joao Moreira has ridden a Hong Kong record eight winners on the Sha Tin program ahead of another flying visit ...
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Price unsure if Secret Agenda can beat Chautauqua in Newmarket

Price unsure if Secret Agenda can beat Chautauqua in Newmarket

Mick Price has some thinking to do with talented filly Secret Agenda. Does he take on Chautauqua in the Group ...
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Queensland news

Travel won’t hurt Buffering’s chances of winning, Heathcote says

Buffering will have a longer trip to Dubai than anticipated but trainer Robert Heathcote says the veteran sprinter will take ...
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UK News

Pendleton’s hopes of riding in Cheltenham Festival suffer blow

Victoria Pendleton's Cheltenham Festival dreams have suffered a potential jolt with the dual Olympic gold medal winner unseated in a ...
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