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Racing Heart has 2012 Magic Millions Stayers Cup in Sight

Racing Heart has 2012 Magic Millions Stayers Cup in Sight

It may have been a frustrating week for Brisbane’s premier horseman Rob Heathcote, but his honest staying type Racing Heart gave him something to be excited about, the five-year-old earning a Magic Millions Stayers Cup 2012 assignment after their brave win at Eagle Farm over the weekend.

Racing Heart (inside) has earned a 2012 Magic Millions Day assignment

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2011 Recognition Stakes Odds Firm on Carry Me Bluey

2011 Recognition Stakes Odds Firm on Carry Me Bluey

Norm Hilton’s Toowoomba galloper Carry Me Bluey has been the best backed runner in the Tattersall’s Recognition Stakes 2011 odds since markets on the Saturday Eagle Farm feature opened, the four-year-old looking to secure an interstate campaign next year.

Fillydelphia has eased in her price to win the 2011 Tattersall's Recognition Stakes

One of 14 hopefuls making up the ...

Tattersall’s Mile Result Works for Heathcote

Tattersall’s Mile Result Works for Heathcote

A powerhouse performance by Robert Heathcote’s gallant galloper saw Work The Room score their maiden stakes success at Eagle Farm on Saturday in the Tattersall’s Mile.

Lightly-raced for a rising six-year-old, Bel Esprit gelding Work The Room ($7.50) lined up in just their 13th career race on Saturday and after a gutsy run was able to beat ...

Heathcote and Munce Hone in on Racing Records

Heathcote and Munce Hone in on Racing Records

Two of Brisbane’s best, trainer Robert Heathcote and jockey Chris Munce, are just a few races away from entering the Queensland racing record books this season.

With just four meetings left to run in the state for the 2010-11 season, Brisbane Premiership frontrunners Heathcote and Munce are each on the threshold of achieving their own unique feats.

Eagle Farm-based ...

Excellantes Going to the Paddock – Not Melbourne

Excellantes Going to the Paddock – Not Melbourne

The Robert Heathcote trained Excellantes will not head to Melbourne for the spring racing carnival, despite a dominant win at Doomben on the weekend.

Excellantes started as a odds on favourite in the Jim Beam Handicap over 1110m, and jockey Damien Browne rode the young  gelding like the best horse in the race to beat home Startsmeup and The Ringmaster...

Heathcote’s Heart-Shaking Oaks Day Assault

Heathcote’s Heart-Shaking Oaks Day Assault

Premier Brisbane trainer Robert Heathcote is preparing to saddle up six of his stable stars for this Saturday’s Queensland Oaks Day and despite the hype surrounding his better known runners, the horseman holds high hopes that Heartshaker will kick the day off on a winning note.

Show A Heart gelding Heartshaker is the first horse representing Heathcote at Eagle Farm...