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Payroll collects the cash in Spear Chief Handicap, heads towards the Tattersall’s Tiara

Payroll collects the cash in Spear Chief Handicap, heads towards the Tattersall’s Tiara

Cranbourne trainer Richard Laming will freshen up his smart mare Payroll for the Group 1 Tattersall’s Tiara after she collected the cash in winning the Listed $100,000 City Property Services Spear Chief Handicap (1630m) at Doomben today. A rails hugging ride by Damien Oliver saw Victorian trained mare Payroll come from last on the home…

2017 Queensland Oaks Results: Egg Tart Wins

2017 Queensland Oaks Results: Egg Tart Wins

The 2017 Queensland Oaks Day results will be known shortly and we are set for a big afternoon of racing at Doomben. The Queensland Oaks meeting was originally set to be held at Eagle Farm, but the poor state of the track during the Darley Kingsford-Smith Cup meeting led to the races being transferred to…

High Midnight Tops Spear Chief Handicap 2017 Field & Odds

High Midnight Tops Spear Chief Handicap 2017 Field & Odds

James Cummings’ in-form Sydney visitor High Midnight leads the latest 2017 Spear Chief Handicap betting markets for his second-up Brisbane run this weekend. The Queensland Oaks Day line-up has moved from Eagle Farm to Doomben Racecourse on Saturday and one of the meeting’s early features is the $100,000 Listed City Property Services Spear Chief Handicap…

Doomben to host 2017 Queensland Oaks

Doomben to host 2017 Queensland Oaks

The 2017 Group 1 Queensland Oaks will be run at Doomben on Saturday following Racing Queensland’s decision to transfer the classic for the three year old fillies away from Eagle Farm. The distance for the Queensland Oaks has been reduced to 2200m from 2400m for the second time in three years after champion mare Winx…

2016 Spear Chief Weight Challenge for Hopfgarten

2016 Spear Chief Weight Challenge for Hopfgarten

Robert Heathcote is annoyed with the hefty handicaps allocated to local Queensland gallopers during the Winter Carnival including Hopfgarten who jumps top-weight in the Spear Chief Handicap 2016 on Saturday. Heathcote expressed to Racenet concerns about the Racing Queensland handicapping system that seemingly puts locally-trained horses at a disadvantage behind the interstate raiders chasing the…

Spear Chief Handicap 2016 Betting Tips

Spear Chief Handicap 2016 Betting Tips

The opening Black-Type on the Tattersall’s Tiara Day card in Brisbane on Saturday is the 2016 Spear Chief Handicap, betting tips for the Eagle Farm gallop found below. Due to jump as Race 3 at 12:07pm (AEST), this year’s $100,000 Listed FKG Group Spear Chief Handicap (1500m) features a final field of eight hopefuls. Spear…

2016 Spear Chief Handicap Odds & Betting Update

2016 Spear Chief Handicap Odds & Betting Update

This Saturday in Brisbane the Spear Chief Handicap 2016 kicks off Group racing on the Tattersall’s Tiara Day card with betting on the Eagle Farm clash led by top weight Hopfgarten. Jumping from barrier seven in the small eight-starter field for this year’s $100,000 Listed FKG Group Spear Chief Handicap (1500m), the local Robert Heathcote-trained…

Hopfgarten Heads 2016 Spear Chief Handicap Field

Hopfgarten Heads 2016 Spear Chief Handicap Field

Robert Heathcote’s last start The Wayne Wilson Mile winner Hopfgarten shoots for back-to-back Brisbane Black-Type wins this weekend lining up in the Spear Chief Handicap 2016 at Eagle Farm Racecourse. On the back of a close fourth to Mighty Lucky at Doomben in the Group 3 Lord Mayors Cup (1615m) in late May when beaten…

2016 Queensland Oaks to be run on Stradbroke Handicap Day

2016 Queensland Oaks to be run on Stradbroke Handicap Day

The 2016 Group 1 $500,000 Treasury Casino & Hotel Queensland Oaks (2400m) will be run next Saturday at Eagle Farm on Stradbroke Handicap Day after the reopening of the newly reconstructed Eagle Farm track was cancelled last Saturday because of the wild weather. Heavy rain on Friday and Saturday morning caused the cancellation of the…

2015 Spear Chief Handicap Winner Frespanol Scores Narrowly

2015 Spear Chief Handicap Winner Frespanol Scores Narrowly

Gai Waterhouse’s in-form favourite Frespanol scored a narrow but still convincing win in the Spear Chief Handicap 2015 in Brisbane on Queensland Oaks Day for the galloper’s first win this time in. The money was strong for the four-year-old Choisir gelding who was last seen running second to Tales Of Grimm in the Listed Scone…