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He got the group 1 he so richly deserved that Friday night a fortnight ago when he just saw off the challenge of Hong Kong raider Lucky Nine, who got within a short half-head. The two step out at Flemington on Saturday in the rich VRC Sprint Classic,
As usual, Sydney's classic 1600-metre Epsom Handicap is a good form line. The winner, Boban, and the third and fourth placegetters (Toydini and Spurtonic) are all competing, and all have since won in Melbourne since the Epsom. And these Sydney-
Twenty-five years of betting on the Melbourne Cup has finally paid off for an Auckland fish shop worker who picked the first four horses over the finish line at Flemington. She has no background in horse racing but Michelle Lees won $118,652 on
Club legend Caulfield was unveiled as the new manager yesterday and insisted that there was plenty of potential to improve. "We've finished sixth for the past two seasons and we haven't challenged for any of the major trophies," he said. "Before that,
Well, the reason is that when the derby was first run in 1885 the Flemington track was quite different with the 2400-metre start being behind the Elms stand, giving the runners an extra 400-metre straight run before they reached the 2000-metre start.
New Zealand's last remaining Melbourne Cup chance Silent Achiever is in grave danger of missing a run on Tuesday. The mare has developed complications to injuries to her hinds legs suffered in the Caulfield Cup...Racing Victoria vets inspected all
Vince Caligiuri Only a fortnight ago Murray Baker endured the stress that comes with an injury setback to a star galloper at its peak, as It's A Dundeel battled a hoof abscess that threatened to derail its Cox Plate campaign. On Tuesday though it was
Pat Scala Caulfield Cup winner Fawkner will carry 54.5kg in next month's Melbourne Cup after receiving a 1.5kg penalty for his victory on Saturday. Racing Victoria chief handicapper Greg Carpenter said the penalty was at the lighter end of
Getty Images Intriguing Melbourne Cup contender Voleuse De Coeurs has arrived here, with trainer Mike Moroney saying Sydney-based New Zealander James McDonald is the front-runner to snare the ride on the star Irish import. The horse cost more than $1.
Irish stayer Dandino has completed a faultless BMW Caulfield Cup preparation, leaving much-travelled horseman Paul Francis with an extreme bout of feature race nerves. Dandino cantered 1600m at Werribee today, prompting Francis to declare the