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Scone to Raise Gai’s Stradbroke Hopes

Scone to Raise Gai’s Stradbroke Hopes

One of Sydney’s most respected trainers, Gai Waterhouse is hoping she can secure a chance of winning her maiden Stradbroke Handicap in Brisbane next month with four-year-old Pureness to show their stuff at Scone this Friday.

Pureness will put their Stradbroke Handicap hopes on the line in the Scone Cup on Friday

Over a very successful training career spanning nearly ...

Keepin’ The Dream Alive for Scone Cup Double

Keepin’ The Dream Alive for Scone Cup Double

Last start winner of the Rowley Mile, Keepin’ The Dream is looking to continue their good form as they seek back-to-back wins in the Scone Cup this Friday.

There were 33 early entries for the $175,000 Listed Emirates Park Scone Cup (1600m) this year, including the Jim and Greg Lee-trained six-year-old Keepin’ The Dream.

A gallant gelding boasting a handful ...

Scone Could be Secret Ingredient to Keepin’ The Brisbane Dream

Scone Could be Secret Ingredient to Keepin’ The Brisbane Dream

Another upset stakes win from the Jim and Greg Lee-trained galloper Keepin’ The Dream has kept a possible Brisbane Winter Carnival campaign alive for the rising seven-year-old.

Keeper gelding Keepin’ The Dream ($12) scored their second black-type win for the year when beating home the Chris Waller-trained Altered Boy ($7.50) by a length in the $150,000 Listed Rowley Mile (1600m) ...

Action Packed Hawkesbury Meet Witnesses Darley Trifecta

Action Packed Hawkesbury Meet Witnesses Darley Trifecta

The Darley Crown trifecta has been taken out by three Darley horses in a fitting finish at Hawkesbury’s stand-alone Saturday meeting today.

Kanzan was the first passed the post, while Screen followed behind in second and Dysphonia was third.

The final Darley runner only just missed out on providing her stable with the quadrella, and finished fifth by a half ...

More Joyous Favourite of Doncaster Mile Field – Rangirangdoo Out

More Joyous Favourite of Doncaster Mile Field – Rangirangdoo Out

More Joyous leads an 18-horse field for the $2 million Group 1 Doncaster Mile (1600m) after acceptances were taken for this Saturday’s feature Randwick race.

More Joyous is the 57kg topweight of the 2011 Doncaster Mile Field

Gai Waterhouse’s superstar mare More Joyous came up with gate eight in the Doncaster Mile barrier draw this morning, the four-year-old the odds-on ...

Golden Slipper Day Fields – 2011 George Ryder Stakes Preview

Golden Slipper Day Fields – 2011 George Ryder Stakes Preview

Danleigh is seeking back-to-back wins in the George Ryder Stakes on Saturday

An elite nine-race programme will bring Rosehill Racecourse to life for Golden Slipper Day 2011 this Saturday, one of the five Group 1 showdowns on the card being the $400,000 Group 1 George Ryder Stakes (1500m).

The 2011 George Ryder Stakes final field features 15 weight-for-age stars including ...

Keepin’ The Dream Wins 2011 Newcastle Newmarket Handicap in Upset Result

Keepin’ The Dream Wins 2011 Newcastle Newmarket Handicap in Upset Result

Today the premier race held at Sydney’s Broadmeadow Racecourse took place with double-figure roughie Keepin’ The Dream scoring an upset win in the $125,000 Group 3 Newcastle Newmarket Handicap (1400m).

Winner of last season’s Listed Gosford Cup (2100m), the Jim and Greg Lee-trained six-year-old Keepin’ The Dream resumed this year with a disappointing first-up run in the Group 3 Liverpool ...

2011 Liverpool City Cup Form Guide & Betting – Chipping Norton Stakes Day Fields

2011 Liverpool City Cup Form Guide & Betting – Chipping Norton Stakes Day Fields

Chipping Norton Stakes Day kicks off Group 1 racing in Sydney for the season this Saturday March 5, the day’s race-card featuring a number of quality black-type events including the 2011 Liverpool City Cup and here we have the form guide and betting analysis for the showdown.

The $125,000 Group 3 Liverpool City Cup (1300m) will run as Warwick Farm ...

Keepin’ The Dream Wins in Upset 2010 Gosford Gold Cup Result

Keepin’ The Dream Wins in Upset 2010 Gosford Gold Cup Result

The Patrick and Wayne Webster-trained gelding Keepin’ The Dream has caused a massive upset at Gosford this afternoon, running away to win Race 7 the $125,000 Listed Gosford Gold Cup (2100m) at $41 odds through Luxbet.

A six-year-old son of Keeper, Keepin’ The Dream won the 2009 Hawkesbury Gold Cup last year but had failed to perform recently finishing at ...