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Queensland Guineas Next for 2017 Fred Best Classic Winner Niccanova

Queensland Guineas Next for 2017 Fred Best Classic Winner Niccanova

One of the progressive youngsters from the small team of Steve Tregea-trained horses out of Toowoomba stole the show in the last on Kingsford-Smith Cup Day with Niccanova onto the 2017 Queensland Guineas after winning the Fred Best Classic.

Jockey James Orman (pictured at Doomben) rode 2017 Queensland Guineas hopeful Niccanova to victory in the Fred Best Classic ...

Glenlogan Park Stakes 2017 Results: Eckstein Beats the Mares

Glenlogan Park Stakes 2017 Results: Eckstein Beats the Mares

Kurt Goldman’s up-and-coming filly Eckstein beat home the older mares in a nice effort second-up at Eagle Farm Racecourse winning the 2017 Glenlogan Park Stakes on way to bigger and better winter targets.

Glenlogan Park Stakes winning filly Eckstein (pictured at Randwick) now heads to the Dane Ripper Stakes into the Tattersall’s Tiara 2017. Photo: Steve Hart.

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Grand Prix Winner Order Again On To Queensland Derby 2017

Grand Prix Winner Order Again On To Queensland Derby 2017

Brisbane horseman Brian Smith has a very genuine chance in the 2017 Queensland Derby this Brisbane Winter Racing Carnival after the narrow Grand Prix Stakes success of his progressive three-year-old Order Again.

Jockey Larry Cassidy rode 2017 Queensland Derby-bound local Order Again to a tight win in the Grand Prix Stakes at Eagle Farm. Photo: Daniel Costello.

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2017 Premier’s Cup Results: Kaiser Franz In Huge Upset

2017 Premier’s Cup Results: Kaiser Franz In Huge Upset

The Brisbane Cup in a fortnight’s time is now on the cards for Rob Heathcote’s local Brisbane stayer Kaiser Franz who scored a massive boilover result in the Premier’s Cup 2017 on Kingsford-Smith Cup Day.

Kaiser Franz (inside, pictured at Doomben) is onto the 2017 Brisbane Cup after scoring a huge Premier’s Cup upset at Eagle Farm. Photo: ...

2017 JJ Atkins Next for BRC Sires’ Winner Melody Belle

2017 JJ Atkins Next for BRC Sires’ Winner Melody Belle

There looks to be nothing stopping the New Zealand-trained filly Melody Belle in the JJ Atkins next-up after her runaway 2017 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes win first-up at Eagle Farm Racecourse.

Melody Belle is out to be the second New Zealand-trained two-year-old in as many years to win the JJ Atkins joining Sacred Elixir (pictured). Photo: Daniel Costello.

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2017 Lord Mayor’s Cup Winner Col ‘N’ Lil Holds Strong

2017 Lord Mayor’s Cup Winner Col ‘N’ Lil Holds Strong

Ben Currie’s Toowoomba-trained mare Col ‘N’ Lil put in a real dogfight late in the Lord Mayor’s Cup 2017 to hold off the Scone Cup winner Duca Valentinois in a gutsy effort at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Col ‘N’ Lil (pictured at Doomben) held strong for a gutsy 2017 Lord Mayor’s Cup victory on a Heavy Eagle Farm track ...

Stradbroke Handicap for Jungle Edge after BRC Sprint win

Stradbroke Handicap for Jungle Edge after BRC Sprint win

Cranbourne trainer Mick Bell has the Stradbroke Handicap in his sights for Jungle Edge who scored an all the way win in the Group 3 $125,000 Taxibox BRC Sprint (1350m) at Doomben today.

Jungle Edge, above winning at Rosehill, led all of the way to win the BRC Sprint at Doomben. Photo by Steve Hart.

Winning jockey Kevin Forrester had ...

Vega Magic wins 2017 Goodwood, chance to climb The Everest

Vega Magic wins 2017 Goodwood, chance to climb The Everest

Trainer David Hayes was hinting at finding a slot for Vega Magic in the $10 million The Everest at Randwick in the Spring after the former West Australian sprinter scored a first up win in the Group 1 $1m Darley Goodwood (1200m) at Morphettville today.

Jockey Craig Williams,above, was at his best to win The Goodwood on Vega Magic at ...

Sense Of Occasion scores overdue G1 win in 2017 Doomben Cup

Sense Of Occasion scores overdue G1 win in 2017 Doomben Cup

Consistent galloper Sense Of Occasion scored an overdue Group 1 win in taking out the $650,000 Hardy Brothers Doomben Cup (2000m) at Doomben today.

Sense Of Occasion, above, was the winner of the Doomben Cup at Doomben. Photo by Steve Hart.

A late finishing burst from the Kris Lees trained Sense Of Occasion ($9) saw him outstay Star Exhibit ($8.50) ...

Kenedna withstands protest to win the Roses

Kenedna withstands protest to win the Roses

The Darren Weir trained Kenedna had to withstand a protest after producing a first class trial for the Queensland Oaks with a tough win in the Group 2 $175,000 The Magic Millions Roses (2000m) at Doomben today.

Kenedna, above winning in Adelaide in April, had to withstand a protest to win The Roses at Doomben. Photo by Jenny Barnes.

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