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20
Oct

ARCADIA QUEEN NEW COX PLATE FAVOURITE AFTER BARRIER DRAW.

Western Australia’s glamour mare Arcadia Queen has been elevated to favouritism after drawing favourably in Saturday’s Group 1 Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley. Trained by Grant and Alana Williams, Arcadia Queen replaced Russian Camelot at the head of TAB betting after drawing barrier 8. The Pierro mare has tightened to $4.60 Russian Camelot, who …

20
Oct

GROUP 1 PLANS STILL ALIVE FOR FABERGINO

Trainer Tiarnna Robertson has not given up on Fabergino recording a Melbourne victory and ending a frustrating campaign on a winning high. Fabergino came to Melbourne to target the Group 1 Moir Stakes (1000m) at Moonee Valley in September, but those plans went awry. The Maschino mare lacked her usual brilliance from the gates and …

19
Oct

The Trial Report: Lark Hill

WATCH: THE TRIAL REPORT | LARK HILL | 19 OCT 2020 Join @santassnippets and Digby Beacham as they review the highlights out of this morning's heats at Lark Hill.@OfficialRWWA @TAB_Touch @TABRadio @PerthRacing pic.twitter.com/XWguCTgPeF — The Races WA (@theracesWA) October 19, 2020

16
Oct

MCGRUDDY’S CONCERNS FOR RED CAN MAN

Jockey Shaun McGruddy is concerned a wide barrier draw has hindered the winning chances of Red Can Man in the Group 3 Northerly Stakes (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday. McGruddy is still hopeful of a bold showing from Red Can Man, but is lamenting a similar draw that brought about his undoing in the Black …

16
Oct

MILLER’S CONFIDENCE IN VALOUR ROAD

Trainer Simon Miller is super confident that Valour Road can make an early statement when he commences his latest campaign at Ascot on Saturday. Valour Road is on a path to the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) in November and can hit the ground running in the Listed Crawford Stakes (1000m). The multiple stakes winner …

15
Oct

WIDE DRAW NO PROBLEM FOR CUP NIGHT IN NORTHERLY STAKES SAYS MILLER

Trainer Bernie Miller says a wide barrier draw is not a serious setback to the chances of Cup Night in the Group 3 Crown Perth Northerly Stakes (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday. The five-year-old, racing second-up after a slashing second to Stageman in last fortnight’s Black Heart Bart Stakes (1200m), drew barrier 13 in the …

14
Oct

MORTON FORGIVING OF MAN BOOKER

Trainer Dan Morton is confident Man Booker can show his true colours and bounce back to his best in the Listed Crawford Stakes (1000m) at Ascot on Saturday. Having finished unplaced in the Group 3 Roma Cup (1200m) and Group 3 Belmont Sprint (1400m) in May, Morton is forgiving of Man Booker’s last campaign. He …

14
Oct

BRETT POPE BLOWN AWAY BY ASCOT WIN

Pinjarra trainer Brett Pope could have an exciting prospect on his hands after Blow Me Out returned to racing in style with a resounding victory at Belmont on Wednesday. The three-year-old, ridden by Jade McNaught, scored a runaway win in the Everest Accounting Nedlands Maiden (1200m), stamping herself as a horse of the future. Pope …

13
Oct

TIVER HAS SPRING IN HIS STEP AFTER INVICTUS DOMINI’S RESOUNDING WIN

Adrian Tiver has a spring in his step and is eyeing the future with renewed confidence after Invictus Domini’s imperious performance at Geraldton on Sunday. With Mitchell Pateman aboard, Invictus Domini took the 1400m race by the scruff of the neck and left his eight rivals stranded with a 9 ¾ length winning margin. A …

13
Oct

PARNHAM HOLDS STRONG HAND IN NORTHERLY STAKES

Neville Parnham’s top stakes gallopers Kay Cee and Platoon are set to give him a potent-two-pronged attack in Saturday’s Group 3 Northerly Stakes (1400m) at Ascot. Kay Cee, last year’s Group 1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) champion, will head into her first major test of the season with just the one barrier trial, but Parnham …

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