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Harlem makes 520,000 Guineas and tops Third Day of Autumn HIT Sale
Phenomenal trade continued on the third day of the Tattersalls Autumn Horses in Training Sale on Wednesday where the international buying bench once again contributed to significant increases in all the key indicators read full story
Rock Hard keeps finding at Scottsville
Horseracing is a sport with a script all of its own and well illustrated at Scottsville on Wednesday. Mark Dixon had all but given up on Rock Hard, indeed the original owners had already baled, and the gelding raced in the trainer’s silks in the Qualified Maiden read full story
Alice Springs and Limato lead big Euro challenge at Breeders' Cup
Three-time Group 1 winner Alice Springs and Limato, twice a winner at the highest level, lead a strong European challenge in the Breeders' Cup Mile, where they will bid to topple crack US mare and defending champion Tepin. read full story
Squash ready for another crack at All-Weather Championships
Squash is expected to run well at Lingfield Park tomorrow, Thursday, October 27, when she steps up to a mile for the first time in the Listed 32Red EBF Stallions Fleur de Lys Fillies' Stakes. read full story
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Quick back-up proves the spark for Moore's Harbour Master
One of John Moore's rarely-utilised skills came to the fore at Happy Valley on Wednesday, where Moore backed-up Harbour Master in the feature Class 1 Hong Kong Country Club Challenge Cup Handicap. read full story
Star quality abounds in LONGINES Hong Kong International Races entries
World class quality pervades the 184 entries for the LONGINES Hong Kong International Races, revealed on Wednesday with star gallopers from across four continents and 13 jurisdictions setting their sights towards the HK$83 million end-of-year showcase at Sha Tin on Sunday, 11 December read full story
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Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji
Race analysis and race selections for Friday's racing at Kranji - the nine race broadcast commences at 9.20pm AEST on Sky Racing2 and Thoroughbred Central and from 9.50pm on Sky Racing1 and Thoroughbred Central read full story
Well Done not underdone this time, says Boss
Glen Boss is banking on a bigger leap in fitness second-up to give Well Done an edge over his narrow Panasonic Kranji Mile conqueror Debt Collector in the $700,000 Group 1 Raffles Cup (1800m) on Sunday read full story
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Coolmore Stud Stakes continues to shape the breed
When the Ascot Vale Stakes (1200m) was first run in 1969 the breed shaping colt Vain won the race and it was at Group 2 level. Elevated to Group 1 status in 2006 and now known as the Coolmore Stud Stakes the race continues to shape future generations read full story
Follow the market movers
Market movers for the Victorian Derby meeting at Flemington and Rosehill on Saturday - Sacred Elixir $3.40-$2.90 $5,000 @ $3.20, $1,500 @ $2.90, $1,000 @ $2.90 - $4,000 each-way at $16/$4.75 on Wicklow Brave for the Melbourne Cup read full story
Track conditions, scratchings, market movers and form for Flemington
Track conditions, scratchings, market movers and form for Flemington - Track Good 4 - rail in the true position for the entire circuit - 5mm of irrigation for the last 24 hours, 12mm for the last seven days - 0.6mm of rain for the last 24 hours, 10.6mm for the last seven days - one scratching read full story
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Bendigo stewards' report
Racing Victoria stewards' report from the Bendigo Jockey Club's Bendigo Cup meeting on Wednesday - A stable representative confirmed there were no specific instructions, however with a clean start he would have expected Our Century (IRE) to settle fourth or fifth in the Bendigo Cup and in his opinion Our Century (IRE) was disappointing when put under pressure in the straight read full story
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