1. Terminator time tonight in the tenth
The best event on a big card in terms of race numbers and runners is the tenth of twelve on an all poly card at Kranji.
(24 May 2013)
2. Bon Temps Hard To Go Past At Hawkesbury
Bon Temps resumed well at Kembla Grange last start and can get the breakthrough today when he lines up in the Ainsworth Maiden Plate (1300m) at Hawkesbury. (23 May 2013)
3. Can't Catch Browe At Canterbury
Cheers Browe has a number of factors in his favour to suggest the Savabeel gelding will take out the tab.com.au Maiden Plate (1550m) at Canterbury on Wednesday. (22 May 2013)
4. Diamond In The Rough At Geelong
Silk And Diamonds is expected to take a power of beating in the Rex Gorell Volkswagen Maiden Handicap (1900m) at Geelong on Tuesday. (21 May 2013)
5. Perfect Close to Tamworth Card
A trio of last start winners are set to fight out the last at Tamworth today, the TD’s Pain Right Class Three Handicap over 1400m. (20 May 2013)
6. Super Mario in Singapore
A rising international thoroughbred force that is the German bred Pastorius can continue his G1 march with victory for trainer Mario Hofer in the Singapore Airlines International Cup today.
(19 May 2013)
7. Caspar holds the Lucky Nine cards in Krisflyer
The deck is stacking up nicely for Caspar Fownes in his attempt to train a second Krisflyer International Sprint winner in Singapore (19 May 2013)
8. Waller Telling In Cup
This afternoon’s G1 Doomben Cup over 2000m at Doomben will provide the all-conquering Chris Waller stable the opportunity to land another win at the elite level courtesy of Foreteller.
(18 May 2013)
9. Lights Of Heaven Primed For Cup
After running second in the 2012 renewal, Lights Of Heaven appears destined to go one better in Saturday’s Group 1 Doomben Cup (2000m). (18 May 2013)
10. Another stupendous Singapore Guineas in prospect
The last three years at Kranji has seen bettors treated to Triple Crown success each time culminating in the G1 Singapore Guineas so letting it ride dollar wise is yet to fail (17 May 2013)
11. Uncle Phil To Dominate At Gosford
Progressive galloper Uncle Phil appears very well placed to return to the winners stall when he lines up in the fourth race at Gosford this afternoon. (16 May 2013)
12. Knoydart To Hit The Target At Canterbury
The Peter Snowden-trained Knoydart looks well placed against the older horses today when he resumes from a spell in the Sharp Benchmark 75 Handicap (1200m) at Canterbury. (15 May 2013)
13. No Maybe's About It, Jenifer Is The One.
Jenifer May should build upon an encouraging second on debut effort when contesting the King Rex Maiden Plate at Grafton on Tuesday. (14 May 2013)
14. Vella To Have Jolly Good Time At Dubbo
The ever consistent Jolly Joker has been in good form this preparation and looks well placed in the Sam’s Liquid Waste & Hire Benchmark 70 Handicap (1000m) at Dubbo today. (13 May 2013)
15. Prince Warrior well placed at Queanbeyan
Prince Warrior from the Matthew Dale yard looks well placed at Queanbeyan today on the back of a good last start run at Canberra. (12 May 2013)
16. Buff Up BTC Cup
This afternoon’s renewal of the group one BTC Cup over 1200m will be held at Eagle Farm for the first time in it’s short history but will afford top local sprinter Buffering a great opportunity to collect his first elite level win.
(11 May 2013)
17. Eclair washed down with a Rhone red
The dessert menu tonight at Kranji does sound appealing for bettors and the sweet and wine combo for the feature race can recoup costs.
(10 May 2013)
18. Third Time Lucky For Damo’s Touch
Damo’s Touch after a pair of seconds to commence his career should go one better in the Hollylodge Thoroughbreds Maiden Plate (1200m) at Seymour on Thursday. (9 May 2013)
19. Gamba Chasing Five Straight
High-flying trainer-jockey combination Guy Walter and Blake Shinn team up again at Canterbury this afternoon looking to finish the day in style with Gamba in the Canterbury Park Benchmark 75 Handicap (1250m). (8 May 2013)
20. Benedictus To Triumph At Mornington
Progressive filly Benedictus appears very well placed to break through for her second career victory when she resumes in the sixth race at Mornington this afternoon. (7 May 2013)
21. The Ruffian to triumph in the Red Centre
Last start Oakbank winner The Ruffian has the numbers to come out on top in this afternoon’s Alice Springs Cup (2000m) at Pioneer Park. (6 May 2013)
22. Brown to down Brown
Corey Brown rode his first winner since coming to Singapore for Cliff Brown last Sunday but today will try to topple that stable.
(5 May 2013)
23. Moody Lights Up The Coast
Champion Melbourne trainer Peter Moody heads back “home” to Queensland this afternoon with several runners at the Gold Coast Prime Minister’s Cup meeting.
(4 May 2013)
24. G.I. Joao
The man bettors want to go into battle for them every time is of course Joao Moreira and fittingly atop War Affair tonight from a good draw he can once again win the wagering war.
(3 May 2013)
25. Pateman Hoping Dream Will Come True
Champion jumps jockey Steven Pateman hopes the decision to continue his association with Awakening Dream will see him triumph in the Grand Annual Steeplechase this afternoon for the third consecutive year. (2 May 2013)
26. Brungle can deliver for Pateman
It was three strikes and out on day one at the May carnival for top jumps jock Steven Pateman but he’s back at the plate on Wednesday with a strong chance aboard Brungle Cry in the feature hurdle of the meeting, the Galleywood Hurdle. (1 May 2013)
27. No Doubting Pfieffer And Shinn At The Grange
Brown Doubt will resume from a spell at Kembla Grange today when he lines up in the Carlton Draught Benchmark 70 Handicap (1200m). (30 April 2013)
28. Duric To Cash In On Tiryns
Jockey Vlad Duric looks set to continue his stellar run for Peter Snowden when he rides Tiryns in the Arrilla Retirement Village Restricted 68 Handicap (1612m) at Kilmore this afternoon. (29 April 2013)
29. The Big Easy
This is not New Orleans, Louisiana or the South African golfer Ernie Els but in fact Kranji, Singapore and a pair of Michael Freedman sprinters. (28 April 2013)
30. The Big Easy
This is not New Orleans, Louisiana or the South African golfer Ernie Els but in fact Kranji, Singapore and a pair of Michael Freedman sprinters.
(28 April 2013)
31. Rare Double Awaits The Real Deal
This afternoon’s G1 Queen Elizabeth Stakes over 2000m at Randwick under weight for age conditions will be the litmus test for the spring aspirations of outstanding three-year-old It’s A Dundee.l (27 April 2013)
32. Snitzerland To Triumph
Just twelve months ago Adelaide was in the middle of Black Caviar fever, with the great mare having her first run in South Australia, dominating what some might say a moderate Group 1 Robert Sangster Stakes (1200m) field.
(27 April 2013)
33. No Strife Means Better Life
A narrow defeat resuming for the dual G1 winning mare Better Life should not deter backers from doubling up tonight on her in the feature event. (26 April 2013)
34. More should be made of the Leger
The VRC St Leger has failed to scale any great heights in recent times but there is a good argument that more emphasis should be placed on one of Australia’s oldest races. (25 April 2013)
35. No Danger To Iriomote At Mornington
Some highly rated performances and strong formlines auger well for the chances of Iriomote against the older horses in the Land Engineering Showcase Handicap (1216m) at Mornington. (24 April 2013)
36. Dale In For Lucky Arvo
Four-year-old mare Lucky Morna is out to build on her impressive debut for Matthew Dale at Wagga this afternoon. (23 April 2013)
37. Day of reckoning at Grafton
Grafton trained galloper Reckons returned from a spell last start in the same good form he finished last campaign in and now looks a strong winning hope in the Shamardashing Handicap (1206m) on his home deck today. (22 April 2013)
38. Super take two
The same stable, rider and owners can repeat the dose in the G2 Singapore Classic today, after they lifted the trophy last year in triumph. (21 April 2013)
39. Greatness Awaits Pierro
Great horses that are remembered down the generations do great things and crack colt Pierro is afforded that opportunity this afternoon at Randwick when he tackles the time-honoured G1 Doncaster Mile run under handicap conditions.
(20 April 2013)
40. Kiwi Filly For Oaks
Crack New Zealand staying filly Habibi looks set to complete a rare double when she takes her place in today’s G1 ATC Oaks over 2400m at Randwick.
(20 April 2013)
41. Five furlong feature a flurry for the funds
The 1000m feature on the Kranji card tonight is in the truest sense a dash for the cash as pressure will be on from the outset.
(19 April 2013)
42. Adoboli One You Can Bank On
The David Hayes-trained Adoboli looks ideally suited to break maiden status on resuming today in the Eastcoast Plumbtec Bairnsdale Maiden Plate (1208m) at Sale. (18 April 2013)
43. Catkins Too Strong For Brave Competitors
A talented field of three-year-old fillies will line up in this year’s renewal of the Canterbury BMW P J Bell Stakes (1200m) today, where Catkins looks well placed to return to the winners circle. (17 April 2013)
44. Adjuster Hard To Beat Following Scratchings
The early morning scratchings of both He'snotthemessiah and Host Of The Party appears to play well into the hands of the Byron Cozamanis trained Adjuster when he lines up in the ninth race at Kyneton this afternoon. (16 April 2013)
45. Walter Dragon To Fly At Goulburn
Resuming Guy Walter maiden Dragon Flyer looks nicely placed at Goulburn this afternoon to continue his trainer’s recent purple patch of form. (15 April 2013)
46. Asclepius Poised To Fire
Timeform takes a close look at the $30,000 Murrumbidgee Cup to be run at Wagga this afternoon. (14 April 2013)
47. Caviar Back At Randwick
Timeform’s highest ever rated filly or mare, the unbeaten world champion sprinter Black Caviar returns to Randwick this afternoon for a second tilt at the G1 T J Smith Stakes over 1200m.
(13 April 2013)
48. History Is Done
This afternoon’s time-honoured G1 ATC Derby for three-year-olds over the classic trip of 2400m presents star colt It’s A Dundeel a rare opportunity to write his name into annals of history.
(13 April 2013)
49. Mark v Michael chapter and verse
The feature event tonight may be a peek into the training premiership finish for 2013 though a Kranji legend called Laurie could well have an elder statesman say in such a presumption.
(12 April 2013)
50. Kim Dynasty Ready To Rule
The Bart Cummings-trained Kim Dynasty appears poised to claim her first career win when contesting The White Balloon Boutique Maiden (1300m) at Hawkesbury on Thursday. (11 April 2013)
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