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Today’s Horse Racing Tips – September 15

Racing and Sports highlight our standout plays for Australian TAB meetings on September 15.

Today’s Horse Racing Tips – September 15

Racing and Sports highlight our standout plays for Australian TAB meetings on September 15.

Furrion is a horse with a big future.
Furrion is a horse with a big future. Picture:Photo by Vince Caligiuri/Getty Images

Group 1 racing takes place at both Flemington and Randwick with other key meetings at Doomben, Morphettville and Belmont.

Flemington: Race 9 @ 5:30pm


The spring carnival is up and rolling now with a deep and high-class card at Flemington for Makybe Diva Stakes Day. It's a deep betting card throughout but we're saving the best for last with the Darren Weir-trained Furrion taking our eye in the 1700m handicap. Read More

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Randwick: Race 8 @ 4:30pm

A highly impressive import should continue his march to Group 1 level contesting the Kingston Town Stakes. Avilius contests the Kingston Town Stakes (2000m) at Randwick as he looks to commence his time in Australia with three wins from as many starts. Read More

Doomben: Race 4 @ 1:32pm

Tversky will look to continue his terrific recent form when he lines up in open company over 1200m at Doomben on Saturday. The Gary Duncan-trained runner has won all three races this campaign, getting the better of the likes of Capital Connection and Fiery Heights who have since gone on to run well again. Read More

Belmont: Race 5 @ 3:50pm

The Adam Durrant trained How To Fly failed to really fire fresh, but more than happy to stick with her in the fifth event at Belmont. Only lightly raced, How To Fly came a long way in her maiden preparation, placing in six of her seven starts including three wins. Read More

Morphettville Parks: Race 5 @ 3:11pm

Not an easy race day on the Parks track with our best a horse who was a bit stiff last start at Geelong and has been previously too. Tamasa now steps up a little in ground and importantly draws away from the inside where he half missed away and got too far back last run. Read More

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