Breaking Horse Racing News - Australia & NZ
NZ filly Our Malambo wins Australian debut
Caryl Williamson 23 minutes agoOur Malambo, who is owned by New Zealand Hall of Fame trainer Graeme Rogerson, has won her first Australian start for Chris Waller.
Melissa Julius wins Rising Stars Final
Mathew Toogood 56 minutes agoMelissa Julius has won the Rising Stars Final at Flemington on Miles Of Krishan while Ethan Brown's second on Ma Jones was enough to secure him the series win.
Browne to seek advice on jaw injury
Mark Oberhardt 1 hour agoTop jockey Damian Browne will seek further medical advice to see if he needs surgery on a jaw injury which forced him out of Saturday's Doomben meet.
Amanaat back among the winners
Mark Oberhardt 1 hour agoClassy sprinter Amanaat has bounced back from injury to win at Doomben on Saturday.
Naantali breaks city duck at Flemington
Craig Brennan 2 hours agoNew Zealand-bred filly has had no problems adapting to a firm surface to secure her third career win at Flemington.
Plague Stone wins 2yo race at Randwick
Caryl Williamson 2 hours agoGroup-placed colt Plague Stone has broken his maiden status in style in one of the final two-year-old races of the season at Randwick.
Vandyke targets Oaks with Miss Quaintly
Mark Oberhardt 2 hours agoTrainer David Vandyke is hoping it will be third time lucky in the VRC Oaks after Miss Quaintly won at Doomben on Saturday.
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Each year, on the first Tuesday in November – well you know what happens next. Melbourne Cup day has its own unchanging place, alongside AFL and NRL Finals Days, the Boxing Day Test or the Australian Open tennis final, as those sporting events are etched into the hearts and minds of so many of our population.
Which is the world’s richest race for two year old horses? A clue – it takes place in Australia, in the west of Sydney at Rosehill Gardens Racecourse. The most recent winner was She Will Reign, the most distant from 1957 was Todman.
For just five years short of a century, Moonee Valley racegoers have gathered, one Saturday in late October, to enjoy one of our iconic horse races – the Cox Plate. It’s named after the man who first had the vision for this course, and to almost quote a film line ‘he did build it and they did come’.
What has the Caulfield Cup going for it? Well plenty. Let’s start with a prize pot of a cool three million dollars, which means it’s one of the world’s richest handicap races. This leads to a high class field for every running, giving you plenty of opportunity to respond to Caulfield Cup tips or odds offered, as the bookmaking fraternity compete for your attention.