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Group One-winning colts King’s Legacy and Tagaloa have been installed favourites in an early market for the $2 million Caulfield Guineas in Melbourne this spring. The TAB posted its fixed odds markets on Tuesday for a handful of Victorian spring features including the Group One Caulfield Guineas (1600m) for three-year-olds on October 10. Dual Group […]
The 2019-20 season has been a big one for trainer Danny O’Brien and he believes his stable has the firepower to continue the success in the next year. With three weeks of this season remaining, O’Brien is closing in on 100 wins and he sits third in the Melbourne trainers’ premiership with 41 winners highlighted […]
Trainer Mick Bell says he is in awe of stable star Jungle Edge after the sprinter revelled in the heavy conditions to win the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. In holding off the Godolphin-owned Viridine, Jungle Edge landed a sizeable betting move to run the $2.60 favourite in registering a three-quarter length victory. Saturday’s […]
Promising gelding Soxagon has had an old-style build-up to his first attempt at a stakes race. Soxagon takes on a solid list of rivals in the Listed Glasshouse Handicap (1400m) at the Sunshine Coast after working his way through the classes. The gelding was being mentioned as a possible Group One Stradbroke Handicap horse after […]
A return to top form in stakes races will see mare Krone withdrawn from the Magic Millions National Broodmare Sale to race for another season. Formerly trained by Mick Price in Melbourne, Krone was sent to Eagle Farm trainer Tony Gollan with the idea of getting more black-type before the sales on July 20. But […]
Last start McKell Cup winner Frankely Awesome has been scratched from the Grafton Cup but trainer Kris Lees is still poised to have a strong hand in the Listed race. Lees had three acceptors for Thursday’s 2350m Grafton Cup but Frankely Awesome, who had drawn the outside barrier, was scratched on Wednesday to be saved […]
Trainer Mick Bell is hoping luck will be on the side of his sprinter Jungle Edge in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield. Bell watched Jungle Edge get run down in the final stages by Oak Door in the 1100m sprint last year and says the gelding is going as well as he was […]
Injuries and ailments have been a recurring theme in the Anthony Cummings yard this year, hindering several of his star performers. Prince Fawaz hurt his leg after finishing down the track in the Doncaster Mile, Libertini had a brief and underwhelming two-start autumn campaign before it was discovered she had an issue. For The Golden […]
Narrowly beaten in the All Victorian Sprint Series Final a year ago, the Mike Moroney-trained Milwaukee will be striving to go one better in his second attempt at winning the straight-track Listed race at Flemington. Milwaukee was second to Malibu Style in last year’s edition and that pair are among a field of 10 for […]
In four years, Mark Newnham has cemented his position as one of Sydney’s leading trainers and this season he has reached a new high. Bettering his metropolitan tally of winners each term since taking out his trainers’ licence in 2016-17, Newnham is sitting on 27 city victories, four more than last year with more than […]