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 »
Last year was a successful one for Speediness, and it looks like trainer Colin Scott has in mind a similar path – one that starts with the Bobbie Lewis Quality, a race that Speediness won last year with a run that launched him into his Spring Season. Look out for him in those Racing odds as we head towards September, and Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
This could easily have been a season that Dissident spent away from the racecourse, with some sizable offers coming the way of his owners that very nearly tempted them to give him the year off. But a few key retirements amongst the weight-for-age horses that would have been his competition have persuaded his owners to give him a chance at the Cox Plate in 2014 – and the Racing odds show him as a real chance at this early stage…
There was reportedly Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
With just eight points separating the ladder leaders Manly and the Eels down in 13th spot, there’s plenty on the line as we go into the weekend of Round 20, and there look like there will be some key clashes that will shape the ladder – and potentially make or break a season or two – once the dust settles after the Raiders take on the Rabbitohs on Monday night. If you need them, we’ve got all sorts of NRL odds waiting for you on the other end of the link – we’re getting to the business end of the season now, and Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
Looking ahead to September 13th and the Golden Rose Stakes at Rosehill, it seems like trainer John O’Shea has an embarrassment of riches at his fingertips, and that he’ll have some tricky decisions to make when it comes to choosing a prospect to run. We make three colts that will be in his thoughts before the Golden rose Stakes, and we’ll be looking for their Racing odds between now and then…
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Here comes the second half of Round 18, and we’re ready for more drama, especially if the first weekend is anything to go by. St Kilda’s win over Fremantle didn’t just spice things up at the top of the ladder, or just give Saints fans something to cheer about – it reminded us that any of the teams at the top can slip up against any opposition, and we’ll be keeping that in mind when we’re looking at the rest of those Round 18 odds!
The highlight is likely to be Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
The Quarterback is a talented, rising four-year-old, and he’s a horse that’s well worth keeping tabs on when you’re looking over the Racing odds in advance of the big races coming up in the Melbourne Spring. But don’t necessarily expect to see The Quarterback putting in too many appearances – trainer Robbie Griffiths looks to have a light schedule in mind for his charge…
The Quarterback’s maiden Group 1 opportunity came Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
This is the business end of the season: games might have been won and lost over the past few months, but the trophy will be won and lost in the next few weeks. There are teams who are already pretty much ruled out of contention, and there are teams who have made themselves into contenders – get all your NRL odds for what could be a nail-biting finish to the season!
The Panthers are still sitting proud in second spot on the ladder, and they would have been on the same points as the leaders if not for a strong Manly rally that saw off the Dragons at the weekend. There’s still a feeling that Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
There will be fans all around the country walking taller after the results this weekend, and there are some interesting subplots going into the second weekend of Round 18 now, so we’ve got all the Round 18 odds you need to get you ready from the games ahead…
It’s Saints and Blues fans with a little bit more bounce in their steps this week, after Read the rest of this entry »Read more »
It’s only last week that we were looking ahead to the Melbourne Cup and the possibility of a second winner for Gai Waterhouse, and she’s seen some success in the last few weeks that just remind us of the strength of the stable, and that has just whet our appetite for the Spring Season, and set us looking over the Racing odds available at this early stage…
It was Queenstown who eased home to claim the Grafton Cup for Waterhouse, confirming yet again a Read the rest of this entry »Read more »