Trumbull ready to tackle The Hunter at Newcastle

Kim Waugh has established a wonderful affinity with the Newcastle circuit and she hopes to continue it with Trumbull in the $1 million The Hunter. The trainer has been in outstanding form at the provincial track, saddling up six winners and five placegetters from her past 13 starters at Newcastle. Market 💰: View the Odds […]

Princess Jenni ready for Zipping Classic at Sandown

Although Princess Jenni burst onto the scene winning four of her first six starts, trainer David Brideoake knew even then that she needed time and was a long way from being the finished product. Her last victory in that early sequence came in the 2019 Group One Australasian Oaks at Morphettville but Brideoake suspected she […]

Lord Belvedere on track for the Zipping Classic at Sandown

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable is hoping to replicate its success of last year and take out the two major staying races at the closing meeting of the spring carnival at Sandown. On the corresponding program twelve months ago they were successful with Southern France winning the Group Two Zipping Classic (2400m) and […]

Phillip Stokes sets sights on Magic Millions Cup with Samson

Former leading apprentice Ben Allen took advantage of his best metropolitan opportunity for a long time with a polished all-the-way win on Sansom in the Chatham Stakes. It was Allen’s first victory at Flemington since March 2019 and Sansom’s trainer Phillip Stokes said it made the win even more special with the jockey on board. […]

Mugatoo on track for the Mackinnon Stakes at Flemington

In a campaign that has stamped him as one of the country’s premier middle-distance horses, Mugatoo will look to sign off with a Group One victory on the final day of the Flemington carnival. The Australian Bloodstock galloper momentarily looked a chance in the Cox Plate when he loomed on the corner before Sir Dragonet […]

Tiger Of Malay scratched from the Golden Gift at Rosehill

Impressive Randwick winner Tiger Of Malay has been scratched from the $1 million Golden Gift after pulling up sore following trackwork. Trainers Richard and Michael Freedman confirmed the colt would be spelled immediately with a view to the autumn two-year-old races. “He pulled up slightly sore behind and with the horse’s health the highest priority, […]

Chris Munce gives his Melbourne Cup 2020 tips

Chris Munce knows what it takes to win a Melbourne Cup and he believes English Derby winner Anthony Van Dyck fits the bill. Munce landed the 1998 Melbourne Cup aboard Jezabeel, who was sensationally backed from $9 into $7 favouritism with media mogul Kerry Packer leading the charge against the bookies. Melbourne Cup ðŸ�†: View the […]

Denis Pagan excited over Victoria Derby runner

It was only four months ago former AFL coach Denis Pagan was granted a trainers’ licence and since then he has made an extraordinary transition to his late-career passion. Pagan has already trained a city winner and on Saturday at Flemington, he finds himself with a runner in the Group One Victoria Derby. He will […]

Godolphin trio on track for The Golden Eagle at Rosehill

James Cummings is aiming to convert silver into gold when Godolphin’s high-class trio tackle the $7.5 million Golden Eagle at Rosehill. Cummings already possesses the Silver Eagle trophy courtesy of talented mare Flit, who is joined in Saturday’s race by Australian Oaks winner Colette and emerging star Criaderas. After a week of solid rain, and […]