Miller Oozes Confidence With Jackpot Prince

Co-trainer Jason Miller is adamant Jackpot Prince can cause an upset and dethrone star three-year-old Gatting in the $100,000 Listed Belmont Classic on Saturday. Gatting, the WA Derby champion, holds hot favouritism, but Miller believes Jackpot Prince is an emerging stayer who will thrive over 2200m. Miller’s confidence in Jackpot Prince was validated two weeks…

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Wright’s Slick Belmont Move

Craig Wright’s faith in Slick Mover will be put to the test when the Kalgoorlie-trained three-year-old races at Belmont on Saturday. The former Perth sprinter has been an excellent acquisition for Wright and goes on trial for major goldfield races later this year. After posting consecutive Kalgoorlie wins last week, Slick Mover chases a hat…

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Tan Lands Career-Best Win In Beaufine

It’s It upset the return of First Among Equals in the Beaufine Stakes (1000m), giving apprentice, Randy Tan the biggest win of his career. Tan sent It’s It to the front and although the petrol gauge was reading empty close to the line the five-year-old held on for a gritty win. First Among Equals tried…

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Perth Premiership Standings

The fight for second position in the Perth Jockey’s premiership is still no clearer after Jarrad Noske and Brad Parnham scored respective wins at Belmont on Saturday. Noske advanced to 43 city wins and stretched two clear of Parnham after saluting on Salubrious in race one, but Parnham came back hard courtesy of his sublime…

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Variation Confirms Star 3YO Standing In Aquanita

The honour for Perth’s best three-year-old will be officially announced at a gala function next month, but officials can unpack the trophy and present it to Variation after he scored a classy win in the Listed Aquanita Stakes (2000m). The Stephen Miller-trained gelding ended his three-year-old season in spectacular fashion, overcoming a distance query and…

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Aquanita Stakes Blockbuster

Last Sunday in Brisbane boxers Jeff Horn and Manny Pacquao were involved in a world title fight slugfest in front of 50,000 adoring fans. Both fighters went toe-to-toe for a brutal and bloodied 12 rounds with Horn scoring a unanimous- and popular home town points victory. In boxing parlance Perth Racing will stage their own…

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