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The official Melbourne Cup 2015 finishing order is now complete with the famous Flemington Race 7 run and won for another spring, Darren Weir’s $101 roughie Prince Of Penzance scoring the upset win, the full exotic payouts and betting results for the ‘race that stops a nation’ detailed here.
The ‘race that stops a nation’ brought the crowd at Flemington Racecourse and millions around Australia to a standstill this afternoon with the Melbourne Cup 2015 won by outside hope Prince Of Penzance in a historical result with the Darren Weir-trained stayer ridden by the first ever Melbourne Cup winning female jockey Michelle Payne.
Robert Smerdon’s in-form mare Politeness finally broke through with her maiden Group 1 win at start number 26 and gave her trainer his first ever Victoria Derby Day winner with a strong performance in the Myer Classic 2015 at Flemington.
Breaking the hoodoo of favourites in the time-honoured staying classic for three-year-olds, Mick Price’s bred-to-stay colt Tarzino became just the second top fancy in 10 years to salute for the punters with a runaway win in the Victoria Derby 2015.
Sydney’s leading lady of racing Gai Waterhouse now has two hopes in the 2015 Melbourne Cup field next Tuesday searching for her second win in the ‘race that stops a nation’ after the Lexus Stakes victory of her gallant stayer Excess Knowledge who survived a nervous protest to keep bragging rights.
The in-form trainer of the season Chris Waller scored his third consecutive win in the three-year-olds’ sprint feature of VRC Derby Day with his 21/1 roughie Japonisme scoring a boilover in the Coolmore Stud Stakes 2015.
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Talented four-year-old Disposition has completed an ideal lead-up to the 2015 Emirates Stakes in completing a well-timed ride for success in the Group 3 Guvera Stakes (1400m) at Flemington Racecourse this afternoon.
Disposition was rated a clear race favourite in the 2015 Guvera Stakes leading up to ...
The Godolphin blue was flashing home to win early on Derby Day at Flemington with the nicely-bred John O’Shea-trained filly Ambience earning a Crown Oaks bid next Thursday back at the track with a runaway win in the Wakeful Stakes 2015.
Talented three-year-old Mahuta has continued his slick run of form through his maiden racing campaign at Flemington this afternoon; beating a talented field to the line in the Group 3 Carbine Club Stakes (1600m).
Mahuta flew the gates in the ...
Sydney’s leading lady of Gai Waterhouse confirmed it was onto the 2015 Melbourne Cup in six days’ time for her proven two-miler The Offer who did an excellent job to win Wednesday’s $300,000 Group 3 Bendigo Cup (2400m) carrying the top weight.