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Last year he won this very race to complete an extraordinary comeback. Stablemate Maluckyday probably reckons he's done it tough, too, if not tougher...With the world at his feet after finishing second to Americain in the 2010 Melbourne Cup, he
Glen Boss swings home on Puissance De Lune in the Queen Elizabeth Stakes. Photo: Pat Scala It could be said Gerry Ryan has a bit of the Midas touch...The striking grey trained by Darren Weir made his opposition look second rate in the spring, leading
I used to go to the races all the time in secondary school and then at uni, but I didn't have any money then, but I always thought is it the gambling, is it the breeding, is it the owning or is it just the whole concept or none,'' Harvey said.
Nick Hall joined forces with his godfather Lloyd Williams to win the Zipping Classic at Sandown. The link between the pair goes further, with Hall having ridden the gallant galloper in the last of his four consecutive (then Sandown) Classic triumphs
Starting in barrier 5, the Irish horse ridden by Brett Pebble came from behind to pull through in the last 700 metres of the 3200m race. Dubbed as the race that stops a nation, it lived up to the hype and brought race horse lovers and even non-lovers
Craig Williams, on Dunaden, leads the field out to the barriers for the Melbourne Cup. French heavyweights in yesterday's Melbourne Cup, with Dunaden and Americain unable to replicate their recent successes in a race that became an impossible test.
Won this race two years ago and caught the eye with a terrific run in the Caulfield Cup...Arguably the best horse the Cumani stable was brought to Melbourne and should be hard to beat...Ten years ago he would have started close to favourite in the
Defending champion Dunaden and 2010 winner Americain have been labelled as the two to watch. Dubbed as the race that stops a nation, the Melbourne Cup has become the most anticipated horse race since its inauguration in 1861. A poll at the local
Support came for the defending Cup champion, including a $50,000 plunge at the odds of $8. Many bookmakers now have the two French horses Americain and Dunaden equal Cup favourites at around the $7 mark just ahead of English rival Mount Athos. An
Minister Julia Gillard has the US election on her mind, even when it comes to tipping French horse Americain to win the Melbourne Cup. While Opposition Leader Tony Abbott is backing defending champion Dunaden, Ms Gillard has picked the favourite as