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Ball Of Muscle Tops 2016 Canterbury Classic Field & Odds

Ball Of Muscle Tops 2016 Canterbury Classic Field & Odds

Joe Pride’s widely-drawn top weight Ball Of Muscle is still considered one of the sprinters to beat at Canterbury Park on Saturday heading the Canterbury Classic 2016 field and betting markets. Running as Race 7 at 4:20pm (AEDT) on the New Year’s Eve racing meet in New South Wales, this summer’s $150,000 Listed Canterbury Classic…

Single Bullet Shoots for Magic Millions Classic Qualification

Single Bullet Shoots for Magic Millions Classic Qualification

Promising juvenile Single Bullet debuts under the lights at Canterbury Park on Friday night as the Gary Portelli-trained colt looks to qualify for a 2017 Magic Millions 2YO Classic start at the Gold Coast next month. A nicely-bred son of Not A Single Doubt, Single Bullet lines-up for the first time in the $40,000 Schweppes…

Golden Rose Hope Thronum to Convince Berry

Golden Rose Hope Thronum to Convince Berry

Ace Sydney-based hoop Tommy Berry needs convincing his mount at Canterbury Park on Saturday Thronum has what it takes to line-up in the 2016 Golden Rose Stakes this September. The Gai Waterhouse-trained Snitzel colt is undefeated as a two-year-old having won both of his career starts to date. Thronum will be out to maintain that…

Singing To the Tune of 2016 Caulfield Cup

Singing To the Tune of 2016 Caulfield Cup

Connections of lightly-raced French import Singing are hoping patience pays off with the stallion to debut down under on Saturday in Sydney ahead of a Caulfield Cup 2016 campaign this spring in Melbourne. Australian Bloodstock had plans to race the son of Singspiel in Australia two years ago in the ‘race that stops a nation’…

Bright Future for Canterbury Winner Craftiness

Bright Future for Canterbury Winner Craftiness

Four-year-old gelding Craftiness was the firm favourite to win the TAB Place Multi Handicap (1100m) at Canterbury Park on Wednesday with a starting price of $2.20 at . Not only did he justify his favouritism by winning the race, Craftiness did it in spectacular fashion by beating home Aroused and Quell by two lengths despite…

Romantic Time Could Tackle 2015 PJ Bell Stakes for Waller

Romantic Time Could Tackle 2015 PJ Bell Stakes for Waller

Top Sydney trainer Chris Waller almost walked away from Canterbury Park’s Wednesday meeting without a win but a last-stride victory in the Cal Rei Handicap (1250m) by Romantic Time has left Waller grinning. The win was made that much more special since it’s the first he’s delivered for Romantic Time’s owner Sir Patrick Hogan, who…

Mayfield-Smith Can Unequivocally Win at Canterbury

Mayfield-Smith Can Unequivocally Win at Canterbury

Three-year-old filly Unequivocal is running just her fourth career race on Wednesday in the 2015 ATC Membership On Sale Handicap (1250m) at Canterbury Park Racecourse. Unequivocal began her campaign with a minor placing in the Inglis 2YO Classic (1200m) in January before winning a metropolitan race the following month. However she was then forced off…

2013 Canterbury Classic Betting Tips & Preview

2013 Canterbury Classic Betting Tips & Preview

Tonight Canterbury Park in Sydney will come to life for one of the track’s few black type summer features, the Races.com.au team’s Canterbury BMW Classic 2013 betting tips detailed below. Set to run as Canterbury Race 5 at 9:00pm (AEST) the $100,000 Listed Canterbury Classic (1100m) field is down to eight hopeful sprinters following the…

Uate With Tricky 2013 Canterbury Classic Barrier to Overcome

Uate With Tricky 2013 Canterbury Classic Barrier to Overcome

Broadmeadow horseman Kris Lees has voiced his concerns over an awkward barrier draw for his former Group 1 placegetter Uate who tackles a smart field of sprinters in the Canterbury Classic 2013 in Sydney. The Ad Valorem gelding enjoyed a stellar first campaign as a juvenile back in the autumn of 2011, the highlight of…

Austin Marks His Terriotry on Canterbury Classic 2013

Austin Marks His Terriotry on Canterbury Classic 2013

Warwick Farm trainer Jarrod Austin is confident his recent stable acquisition Territory can progress from their last start when debuting for their new trainer with a big run in the 2013 Canterbury BMW Classic on Friday night. Formerly prepared by Lee Freedman and then Nick Koutsourakis in Melbourne, five-year-old Lonhro gelding Territory joined Austin’s Sydney…