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2012 Recognition Stakes Final Field & Barriers Feature Jet Style

2012 Recognition Stakes Final Field & Barriers Feature Jet Style

Jet Style will be out to win back to back races when he contests the Listed Recognition Stakes at Eagle Farm racecourse this Saturday December 1, 2012. The six-year-old won his last start in the Listed Beach House Bar & Grill on November 17, 2012, and will be looking to do it again this weekend….

Kinnersley Heads 2012 Tattersall’s Cup Odds

Kinnersley Heads 2012 Tattersall’s Cup Odds

The Gai Waterhouse-trained Kinnersley has opened favourite to atone for their Ipswich Cup loss and take out the Tattersall’s Cup 2012 at Eagle Farm Racecourse this Saturday. The Al Maher five-year-old went out as the shortie in the Ipswich Cup markets last weekend but didn’t salute for the punters, instead finishing a half length away…

2012 Tattersall’s Cup Field & Barrier Draw

2012 Tattersall’s Cup Field & Barrier Draw

The final Group 1 meeting of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival and the Australian thoroughbred racing season will take place at Eagle Farm this Saturday for Tattersall’s Tiara Day, one of the day’s three Group race features being the Tattersall’s Cup 2012. Due to jump at 3:12pm as Eagle Farm Race 6 the $200,000 Group…

Kinnersley Heads Tattersall’s Cup 2012 Nominations

Kinnersley Heads Tattersall’s Cup 2012 Nominations

Last Saturday’s beaten Ipswich Cup favourite Kinnersley could be out to atone this weekend having been nominated for the 2012 Tattersall’s Cup on Eagle Farm’s Tattersall’s Tiara Day. The Gai Waterhouse-trained Al Maher five-year-old, winner of the Lord Mayor’s Cup two back, was brave in defeat when going down a half length to Shenzhou Steeds…

Fantastic Chance for Nolan in 2012 Ipswich Cup

Fantastic Chance for Nolan in 2012 Ipswich Cup

Toowoomba-based gelding Fantastic Blue gets the chance to delight experienced trainer Paul Nolan for the second time this winter when he lines up in Saturday’s Listed $200,000 2012 Ipswich Cup (2150m). Nolan could not wipe the smile off his face late last month at Doomben when Fantastic Blue stormed home at triple figure odds to…

Ipswich Cup Odds 2012 – Ginga Dude Favourite

Ipswich Cup Odds 2012 – Ginga Dude Favourite

New Zealand-bred gelding Ginga Dude is the current favourite for Saturday’s Listed $200,000 2012 Ipswich Cup (2150m). Paying $3.20 at , the Graeme Boyd-trained eight-year-old has been in excellent form this preparation, winning first-up in the Listed Members’ Quality Handicap before placing in the Lord Mayor’s Cup and the Eagle Farm Cup. It will be…

Ginga Dude Draws Wide – 2012 Ipswich Cup Field and Barriers

Ginga Dude Draws Wide – 2012 Ipswich Cup Field and Barriers

Graeme Boyd-trained topweight Ginga Dude has drawn the widest barrier of the 11-horse field for Saturday’s Listed $200,000 2012 Ipswich Cup (2150m). Already facing the challenge of carrying 60kg and trying to break a weight-carrying record by 3.5kg, it serves as another blow for the New Zealand-bred gelding who has exhibited good form this preparation….

Doomben Cup 2012 Form Guide & Betting Preview

Doomben Cup 2012 Form Guide & Betting Preview

This Saturday the latest Group 1 race of the Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival will take centre stage at Doomben Racecourse with a talented field of stayers and Melbourne Cup types to face off in the 2012 Doomben Cup, the Races.com.au team’s exclusive form and betting analysis for which is detailed below. Due to jump at…

Munce Shatters Glass with Fifth Brisbane Cup Win

Munce Shatters Glass with Fifth Brisbane Cup Win

Champion jockey Chris Munce bagged his fifth Brisbane Cup victory and his second in as many years at Eagle Farm today with emerging stayer Tullamore upsetting race favourite Glass Harmonium. Prepared by Gai Waterhouse in Sydney, Savabeel four-year-old Tullamore was given a gun run from Munce in the $300,000 Group 2 Brisbane Cup (2400m), proving…

No Finding Mare as Derby Contender Turns Her Value Up

No Finding Mare as Derby Contender Turns Her Value Up

A 30-man muster spanning four hours to find a potentially very valuable broodmare turned up nothing in rural New South Wales on Friday, connections of one of today’s Queensland Derby top elects left waiting to see just how much money the mare that got away could be worth. Racing in one of the trio of…