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Mulholland, Fehily and Jacob gain doubles at Cheltenham
The Showcase meeting at Cheltenham concluded on Saturday with trainer Neil Mulholland and jockey Noel Fehily enjoying a good afternoon with exciting chasers Fox Norton and Shantou Village both winning on a seven-race card read full story
Good news and Scottsville
More good news for South African racing and a look at the in-form trainers and the in-form jockeys at Scottsville and come up with a couple of multiple bets that could (not will) reap dividends read full story
Awesome Atzeni wins fourth Racing Post Trophy on Rivet
If you want to win the Racing Post Trophy, just book Andrea Atzeni. For the fourth year running Atzeni was aboard the winner as Rivet made every yard to take victory for William Haggas. read full story
A Womans Way this time at Scottsville
Pencilled in to run on the Greyville poly last Wednesday, an extra meeting on the Scottsville turf was just what the doctor ordered for A Womans Way - the nine race broadcast commences at 8.30pm AEST, 12.30pm SAST, on Sky Racing2 and from 10.05pm AEST on Sky Racing1 read full story
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Form for Sha Tin
Form for the Hong Kong Jockey Club's meeting at Sha Tin on Sunday - the 10 race broadcast commences at 4.00pm AEST, 1.00pm HKST, on Sky Racing2, from 5.35pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and from 6.05pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central read full story
Moreira hoping for Joy after tough Sha Tin Trophy decision
Sunday's Group 2 Oriental Watch 55th Anniversary Sha Tin Trophy has forced Joao Moreira to make one of the biggest decisions of his Hong Kong career to date, but the reigning champion jockey believes that he has made the right call by sticking with Joyful Trinity read full story
Hong Kong co-mingling expands as Canada’s Woodbine Entertainment Group added to growing list of overseas partners
The Hong Kong Jockey Club and Woodbine Entertainment Group have announced an agreement enabling the co-mingling from Canadian customers to the Club’s pools, effective from Sunday’s meeting at Sha Tin read full story
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Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji
Race analysis and race selections for Sunday's racing at Kranji - the 11 race broadcast commences at 3.40pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and from 5.45pm AEST on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central read full story
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Historic win for Winx in the Cox Plate
Winx won an historic victory the 2016 Group 1 WFA William Hill Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday to be the first mare since Sunline (NZ) to win two Cox Plates, the tenth multiple winner of the race and to win by the widest margin of all, eight lengths, plus it was her 13th successive win read full story
Vase a Sacred Elixir for Pike and Lane
Sacred Elixir (NZ) firmed into VRC Derby favouritism after he bounced back from a disappointing Caulfield Guineas run with an impressive display in the Group 2 LUCRF Super Vase (2040m) at Moonee Valley on Saturday. read full story
Waller eyes Cup with Grand Marshal after Gold Cup win
Chris Waller-trained gallopers Grand Marshal (GB) and Who Shot Thebarman (NZ) are Melbourne Cup bound after the pair provided Sydney’s leading trainer with the quinella in the Group 2 Antler Luggage Moonee Valley Cup (2500m) on Saturday. read full story
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Moonee Valley stewards' report
Racing Victoria stewards' report from the Moonee Valley Racing Club's Cox Plate meeting at The Valley - Stephen Baster had his licence to ride in races suspended for a period to commence at midnight October 22nd and to expire at midnight October 28th, a total of eight race meetings read full story
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