We’ve been building quite a list this week of horses who might be prospects for the Cox Plate in 2014. We’ll already be keeping tabs on the Racing odds for Messene, Carlton House, Speediness and others – and now you can add another name to that list: Gai Waterhouse’s Almalad will be set for Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
As ever, there’s plenty to look forward to for NRL fans this weekend, with another key round of fixtures unfolding over the course of four days. We’ve already had a look at the appetisers scheduled for Friday night, and there’s plenty to whet the appetite for what’s to follow: key games for the teams at the top, the teams at the foot of the ladder, and for the teams in that almighty battle for the finals spots – so get all the Round 21 odds now by following the link!
The highlight on Saturday could well be Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
Here’s another name for you to take note of ahead of the Spring Season, and a horse who might be in the picture for both the Emirates Stakes and the Cox Plate: Messene. He’s not featuring yet in the Racing odds for either the Cox Plate or the Emirates Stakes on Sportsbet as of right now, but he’ll no doubt appear as we get closer – and by then we’ll have a better idea of where he’s heading, too.
Messene has a Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
The Crows had a round 18 to make their fans smile, beating the Pies and leapfrogging them to claim that eighth spot on the ladder. It’s a result that has made the scrap for the last finals places pretty interesting, with Gold Coast and Collingwood both still on the same 36 points as Adelaide, but both the Suns and the Pies building bad runs of losses at maybe the worst time. So the Round 19 odds are going to make interesting reading ahead of Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
We noted in these pages yesterday that Kirramosa was out for a gallop at Randwick this week (read the article here) – but there was another horse getting a run on the same day that you’ll want to be keeping tabs on between now and the Spring Season: Carlton House is very likely to feature in the Racing odds, with the Cox Plate his target for the Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
Six weeks of the 2014 regular season remain, and the Sea Eagles are sitting pretty, a couple of wins clear at the top and with three wins from the last three games. They’re your favourites to take the Grand Final, too, with odds of NRL odds you’ll need going into the weekend by following the link!beside their name on Sportsbet as of today. But there’s plenty of rugby to be played between now and the Grand Final, so check out all the
Manly kick the round off on Friday night: they’re in action against Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
The half-brother of Australia (who’s the horse of the moment in Europe), Our Voodoo Prince will be looking to make a step up in class and challenge for both the Caulfield Cup and the Melbourne Cup in the Spring. And Our Voodoo Prince is already a feature in the Racing Odds for both big races: he’s currently the joint favourite for the Caulfield Cup, and a bet in the Melbourne Cup field as of today.
But it sounds like Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
Blues fans will have been cheered by a win in the last round over North Melbourne, but they face a stiff challenge on Friday night against a Fremantle side who will be smarting after the Saints overturned them. We’ve got all the Round 19 odds you need as we go into busy weekend!
Both the Swans and Fremantle saw Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
Kirramosa was robbed of the chance to confirm her staying credentials in the Autumn, but trainer John Sargent will be very pleased indeed to see her back to full health and back out on the track again. And Kirramosa is a name we’ll be keeping in mind as the Spring Season comes closer, and it’s one we expect to see featuring heavily in the Racing odds on sites like Sportsbet…
Jockey Tommy Berry, on board for Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
We’re not seeing many Racing odds for the Emirates Stakes in November, but we’ve already mentioned a horse (here) – Speediness – who’s likely to be a prospect for the race (and who won it last year) unless a run in the Cox Plate takes him away. Well, here’s another one to watch for the Emirates Stakes on November the 8th: River Lad.
River Lad took the Stradbroke Handicap by a nose from Temple of Boom, and trainer Natalie McCall immediately set about Read the rest of this entry »Read more »