News About: Geelong
Retirement beckons for gritty stayer Maluckyday but a close relation may have arrived to follow in his footsteps.
Darciwood, a half-brother to the 2010 Melbourne Cup runner-up through dam Natalie Wood, was sent out an odds-on favourite in a 1200m …
A number of Melbourne Cup hopefuls will be out to follow in the footsteps of past winners Americain and Dunaden when they contest the Group 3 Geelong Cup (2400m) on Wednesday.
Both Americain and Dunaden won the …
Seymour and Geelong Racecourse in Victoria could be in for a major facelift if proposals lodged by Racing Victoria (RVL) are approved.
The new look racecourses are set to be transformed into state of the art training centres in order to keep up with demand in the state’s northwest.
Cranbourne and Pakenham racecourse are already …
Dunaden has asserted himself as a genuine Melbourne Cup contender following in the footsteps of Americain in winning today’s Geelong Cup.
Like Americain he is French trained and like Americain he was simply too good at the death, easing past a gallant Tanby out in front.
Dunaden managed to achieve the win despite being top …
New Zealand three year old Mustang comes into today’s Geelong Classic as the unknown quantity as he has his first start on Australian soil.
He brings with him a promising home record where he’s claimed victories in his last two races.
That being said they were in a grade much lower than this, the first …
He’s a long way from the perfect alley and he’s far from the perfect weight but for Perfect Punch today a perfect result is a real possibility in the Listed Geelong Classic.
The South Australian based three year old knows what it takes to win races, in fact he’s won his last three in a …
I’m Jake is the type of horse that doesn’t need a lot of luck in his races, he makes his own fortune by striding forward and finding his own space ahead of the pack.
It’s a strategy that requires a horse with plenty of gate speed as well as a big heart to hang on …
Aquanita Racing is celebrating a marvellous achievement this week with a string of winners kicking off their new season in the best possible style.
They’ve managed a rare effort, four winners on four consecutive days across four different race tracks, a great testament to the developing strength of their operation.
The streak kicked off on …
- Chris Waller
- Melbourne Cup
- Gai Waterhouse
- Cox Plate
- Caulfield Cup
- Peter Moody
- Golden Slipper
- Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival
- Hugh Bowman
- Doncaster Mile
- Stradbroke Handicap
- Black Caviar
- Damien Oliver
- Queen Elizabeth Stakes
- Darren Weir
- Peter Snowden
- Caulfield Guineas
- Craig Williams
- James McDonald
- Blue Diamond Stakes
- Newmarket Handicap
- David Hayes