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Muir Becomes Williams’ First 2010 Melbourne Cup Contender to Win Down Under

Muir Becomes Williams’ First 2010 Melbourne Cup Contender to Win Down Under

British galloper Muir has become the first of prominent racehorse owner Lloyd William’s 2010 Melbourne Cup aspirants to win on Australian turf when the five-year-old won at Sandown on Wednesday.

Muir, a son of boom Irish sire Galileo, is one of 13 horses trained by Robert Hickmott for Williams still vying for a spot in the 150th Melbourne Cup ...

2010 Caulfield Cup First Declarations Leaves 109 Horses Remaining

2010 Caulfield Cup First Declarations Leaves 109 Horses Remaining

After the first declarations for the major Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival features were taken today, 109 horses remain in contention for the 2010 Caulfield Cup on October 16 and Caulfield Racecourse.

One of the early favourites in the Caulfield Cup betting markets at Ladbrokes.com.au before first declarations was Bart Cummings Faint Perfume, who is still vying for a spot ...

Waterhouse & Williams add to their 2010 Melbourne Cup Arsenal

Waterhouse & Williams add to their 2010 Melbourne Cup Arsenal

Late nominations for the 2010 Melbourne Cup closed on Tuesday with the connections of three more gallopers paying the additional fee to enter their horses in the 150th edition of the famous Flemington feature.

There are now officially 256 gallopers vying for a spot in the 24-horse Melbourne Cup final field, including late entries Black Mamba, the Pat ...