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  2. A ticket into the Caulfield Cup, a 30 year anniversary fairy tale and a shot at $20,000 for 13 charities is on the cards tomorrow in the seventh annual Catanach’s Jewellers MRC Foundation Race Day. The Group 1 Neds Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes (1400m) is anyone’s race, with last-start Memsie... Read More » The post Caulfield Cup ticket up for grabs in MRC Foundation Cup first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  3. Newcastle will host their best race day on Friday where it is Newcastle Cup Day, the first of their two day Carnival. The weather is fine, the track is soft (5) and the rail is in the true position for the entire circuit. Newcastle Cup : View the Field for... Read More » The post 18/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Newcastle, Newcastle Cup day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  4. A strong nine event meeting will be run and won at Caulfield this Saturday where it is Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes Day. The weather is fine, the track is good (4) and the rail is out three metres for the entire circuit. Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes : View the Field... Read More » The post 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Caulfield, Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  5. Group l racing returns to Randwick this Saturday where it is George Main Stakes Day. The weather is fine, the track is good (4) and the rail is in the true position for the entire circuit. George Main Stakes : View the Field for the George Main Stakes The Shorts... Read More » The post 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Randwick, George Main Stakes day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  6. Nine races will be run and won at the Gold Coast this Friday where it is Pink Ribbon Cup Day. The weather is fine, the track is soft (5) and the rail is out half a metre from the 1400m-400m; True for the remainder. The post 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Gold Coast, Pink Ribbon Cup day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  7. At Ballarat on Sunday, one from the ‘well, you don’t see that everyday’ hits the race tracks. MASTER RYAN (Volitant-Winning Odds) will race for the very first time. Nothing new about that – other than he is a 10-year-old. Talk about long-suffering owners. Part-owner Ms Steinmann also owns a 5-year-old... Read More » The post 10yo gelding set to debut at Ballarat first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  8. Nine races will be run and won at Belmont this Saturday where it is Nicopolis Stakes Day. The weather is fine, the track is good (4) and the rail is out eight metres for the entire circuit. The post 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Belmont, Nicopolis Stakes day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  9. Blacktype racing returns to Morphettville this Saturday where it is W H Whylie Handicap Day. The weather is fine, the track is good (4) and the rail is in the true position for the entire circuit. The post 19/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Morphettville, Wylie Handicap day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  10. The extraordinary talents of NSW best ever bush jockey, Greg Ryan, were called into play at Narromine, but not even he could save the meeting. Ryan, who repeatedly goes and does things behind the scenes at racetracks to keep the meetings going, jumped onto the lawn mower and went out... Read More » The post Not even Greg Ryan could save the day first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  11. Victorian racing this Friday heads to Geelong. The weather is fine, the track is soft (6) and the rail is out five metres for the entire circuit. Race One: 10 River Twain Race Two: 11 Meltdown Race Three: 9 Deepstrike Race Four: 5 Free Wilma Race Five: 9 Ringfort Race... Read More » The post 18/9/2020 Horse Racing Tips and Best Bets - Geelong first appeared on Just Horse Racing. .
  12. Jockey Tyler Gaffalione and owner Three Diamonds Farm earned their first meet titles at Kentucky Downs, with Mike Maker — who trains for Three Diamonds and frequently uses Gaffalione — winning a record fifth crown at America's most unique race meet in Franklin, Ky. Wagering on the final day of the six-date meet totaled $9,487,705 on the 10-race card. That brought totaling wagering over the meet's 62 races (with another race ruled a no-contest) to $59,828,444, smashing last year's record $41,239,699 over 50 races and five days. The RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs paid out $12,337,000 in purse
  13. Tyler Gaffalione put an exclamation mark on his first riding title at Kentucky Downs in Franklin, Ky., completing a three-win day as Qatar Racing's French-bred 9-1 shot Guildsman came from far back to beat 21-1 shot Island Commish by a neck in the $500,000, Grade 3 Franklin-Simpson Stakes. It was another neck back to 47-1 Souper Dormy in the capacity field of 12 3-year-old sprinters in the final stakes of the six-date RUNHAPPY Meet at Kentucky Downs. The Brendan Walsh-trained Guildsman provided the 26-year-old Gaffalione his meet-leading 11th win one race after clinching the 2020 Kentucky Do
  14. Keeneland's September Yearling Sale resumed Wednesday, the first session of the two-day Book 2 catalog, featuring strong participation from a mix of foreign and domestic buyers and the sale of an Uncle Mo colt from the family of Grade 1 winner and sire Twirling Candy for $950,000 to Mayberry Farm. During today's session, 185 yearlings grossed $40,861,000, for an average of $220,870 and a median of $180,000. Through the first three sessions of the auction, Keeneland has sold 394 yearlings for $126,076,000, for an average of $319,990 and a median of $250,000. Book 1 spanned three days in 2019,
  15. McCoy said that the star line-up assembled by Pat Smullen for last year's race at the Curragh which raised more than £2.3m for cancer trials highlighted the affection in which he was held. View the full article
  16. BHA chair Annamarie Phelps says talks with the Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport laid bare the financial consequences of a delay in allowing a return of crowds to racecourses. View the full article
  17. Placing judges at Kentucky Downs racetrack in Franklin, Ky., posted the incorrect order of finish in the third race on Wednesday's closing-day program, declaring Tiz Splendid News (No. 8) the unofficial winner and Sir Roberto (No. 1) the second-place finisher in the 6 1/2 furlong grass race for 2-year-old maidens. Sir Roberto, on the outside, finished a nose in front of Tiz Splendid News, as the photo finish clearly indicates – not the other way around. Fortunately, the error was caught before the race was made official. Six minutes after the incorrect order (8-1-5-2) was posted by officials,
  18. A maximum of 474 spectators will be welcomed back on Monday but there will be no tickets on general sale Warwick racecourse will stage its first jumps meeting of the new season on Monday with a maximum of 474 spectators in attendance, after its pilot to pave the way for a more widespread return of spectators to tracks received the go-ahead from local council officials on Wednesday. The maximum crowd is below the 800 which the course had originally hoped to admit and there will be no tickets on general sale as a result. Instead, the limited capacity will be filled from annual members and racego
  19. Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Thursday's meetings at Pontefract, Ayr, Yarmouth and Chelsmford City. View the full article
  20. Lael Stables' Magic Attitude, a Group 3 winner in France, will make her North American debut in Saturday's Grade 1, $250,000 Belmont Oaks Invitational, a 10-furlong inner turf test for sophomore fillies at Belmont Park. The Belmont Oaks Invitational is the first of seven Grade 1 events during the 27-day Belmont Park fall meet, which kicks off on Friday and runs through Sunday, November 1. In addition to 22 graded stakes, the lucrative meet will also include seven Breeders' Cup “Win and You're In” qualifiers to the two-day Breeders' Cup 2020 World Championships to be held November 6-7 at Keen
  21. The Thoroughbred Owners and Breeders Association announced today that they will honor breeders selected from 22 states and Canada during the TOBA National Awards on Saturday, Sept. 26. The National Breeder of the Year and National Small Breeder of the Year will be selected from the state breeders listed below and announced during the awards. State Breeders of the Year: Arkansas: Bill McDowell California: Reddam Racing LLC Canadian: Ivan Dalos Florida: Charlotte Weber/ Live Oak Stud Indiana: Michael E. and Penny S. Lauer Iowa: Allen Poindexter Kansas: Jerry Johnson Kentucky: W.S. Fari
  22. Audrey Strauss, the Acting United States Attorney for the Southern District of New York, announced Wednesday that two defendants, Scott Robinson and Sarah Izhaki, each pled guilty today to conspiring to unlawfully distribute adulterated and misbranded drugs for the purpose of doping racehorses in connection with the two cases in which they are charged, United States v. Robinson, 20 Cr. 162 (JPO), and United States v. Izhaki, 20 Cr. 161 (MKV). Robinson pled guilty before U.S. District Judge J. Paul Oetken, and will be sentenced by Judge Oetken on Jan. 15, 2021. Izhaki pled guilty before U.S. Di
  23. Sheryl and Barry Schwartz announce the retirement from racing of their homebred Grade 1 winner Voodoo Song, as they enter the process for his placement as a stallion prospect. The New York-bred son of English Channel, captured his first Grade 1 win at a mile in the $500,000 Fourstardave Handicap at Saratoga. Voodoo Song defeated four other Grade 1 winners in that race including Yoshida, Heart to Heart, Divisidero and Delta Prince. Owner Barry Schwartz spoke of his love for speedy turf runners saying, “I love frontrunning grass horses. Everyone takes back in grass races. It's been the nature
  24. The New York Racing Association, Inc. (NYRA) today announced that America's Day at the Races returns this week on FOX Sports and MSG Networks to provide coverage and analysis of thoroughbred racing from Belmont Park, Churchill Downs and Delaware Park. After a summer hiatus, the show resumes on Thursday with live racing from Churchill Downs and Delaware Park, before transitioning on Friday – Opening Day of the 27-day Belmont Park fall meet – for complete coverage of this weekend's live racing from Belmont Park and Churchill Downs. Produced by NYRA in partnership with FOX Sports, the acclaimed
  25. After going a month between starters, jockey Katie Davis is making up for lost time. The 28-year-old fiancée of fellow rider Trevor McCarthy has registered seven wins with her last 15 mounts including a hat trick Sept. 12, the last live racing day at Laurel Park. She is named in three of 10 races when action resumes Thursday at Laurel, and two of nine races Friday. A Maryland regular since late 2016, Davis rode three programs at Colonial Downs in neighboring Virginia before the meet was closed down Aug. 14 with a number of positive coronavirus results. One of them was McCarthy, and though sh
  26. There will be a new winner of this year’s Tour following the withdrawal of defending champion Egan Bernal ahead of stage 17 on Wednesday and it is difficult to look beyond Slovenian rider Primoz Roglic, who is looking to add to his Grand Tour success at last year’s Vuelta a Espana. Team Effort Key to Roglic Success Roglic, who is priced at 1/10 to win Le Tour, has been in possession of the yellow jersey since stage nine and he has consistently increased his lead at the top of the General Classification standings, with his advantage currently sitting at 57 seconds following stage 17.
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