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Big winners continue in the village

Big winners continue in the village

| September 28, 2014

What a weekend it was for @Villagebet punters. At Caulfield today, our followers enjoyed a $16 winner when new addition to Darren Weir stable Vain Attraction saluted in the Citiopera Plate (1100m). The six-year-old Bel Esprit mare burst through in the closing stages to defeat Chiquada ($31) by a head with Miss Steele ($9.50) edging out Griante […]

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Villagebet punters off to a flyer

Villagebet punters off to a flyer

| June 9, 2014

Our punters got off to a flying start at Eagle Farm on Saturday with the @Villagebet selection Sports Edition saluting at the delicious odds of $8.50. Punters who follow our FREE selections each week certainly reap the rewards. Our selections are posted each Friday night at the Villagebet Racing Tips Page. A promising Northern Meteor […]

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Championships Preview

Championships Preview

| April 12, 2014

The Championships have arrived and thoroughbred racing’s ‘Grand Finals’ are set to produce some exhilarating racing. Four Group Ones will be the highlight on the first of two days of The Championships with the main attraction being the The Star Doncaster Mile. Premier trainer Chris Waller will line up an incredible six runners in the […]

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Breeding news

Vinery Open Day 2014

Vinery Open Day 2014

| June 23, 2014

Four time Gr.1 winner All Too Hard and his first foals will highlight the Vinery Open days in August. The Champion 3yo’s initial book at Vinery last year included 18 Group 1 winners and the dams of 12 Group 1 winners. Several first crop foals will be on show when Vinery showcases its extensive roster of […]

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Outstanding stallion roster for 2014

Outstanding stallion roster for 2014

| June 9, 2014

Vinery Stud announced an outstanding roster of stallions for 2014 and made champion sire More Than Ready (USA) one of the most attractive stallions in the country. Sharing top honours on the roster this year are multiple Golden Slipper and Breeder’s Cup Juvenile producing sire More Than Ready and boom young sire All Too Hard, […]

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Group 1 first for Myboycharlie

Group 1 first for Myboycharlie

| June 9, 2014

Myboycharlie joined the elite team at Vinery when his filly Peggy Jean won the G1 ATC Sires’ Produce Stakes (1400m) at Randwick. Peggy Jean (2f Myboycharlie – Lady Of Love by Lago Delight) banked $670,000 for her connections with a half-length victory over Scratch Me Lucky (Snitzel) and Cornrow (Duporth).  “We bypassed the Golden Slipper […]

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International racing

Australia triumphs in the Epsom Derby

Australia triumphs in the Epsom Derby

| June 9, 2014

AIDAN O’BRIEN claimed a record third straight Derby success after Australia, described by the master trainer as the best horse he has trained, lived up to the billing with a show-stopping success in Britain’s premier Flat race. Out of Oaks winner Ouija Board by Derby hero Galileo, Australia, sent off a well-backed 11-8 favourite, fulfilled […]

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Treve magnificent in Arc

Treve magnificent in Arc

| October 7, 2013

Treve scored a magnificent victory by five lengths in the Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe at Longchamp racecourse, France. Treve blew away an elite field and now has a chance to go down as one of the best fillies in recent history after winning the Group 1, $6,254,439 Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe on Sunday […]

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AP Indy double in Kentucky

AP Indy double in Kentucky

| August 18, 2013

THAT you do not have to be an outstanding racehorse to be a top sire has been demonstrated again by the very successful career to date in America of the Spendthrift Farm, Kentucky located A.P. Indy sire Malibu Moon, the source this month of the Kentucky Derby winner Orb. A product of a Group1 winner […]

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Special interest stories

Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

Ten reasons why forums rule the social media landscape

| August 18, 2013

The phenomenal increase in the popularity of Twitter as a social media tool has led some to reassess the position of online community forums, the traditional way for users to interact online and publish their opinions to the general audience. As an avid user of both mediums, I believe that rather than overtaking traditional forms of personal blogging, […]

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Snitzerland blisters in Lightning

Snitzerland blisters in Lightning

| February 20, 2014

Four-year-old mare Snitzerland showed sustained speed to hold off Shamexpress and Samaready in Saturday’s Black Caviar Lightning (1,000m) at Flemington, the first leg of the Global Sprint Challenge. Snitzerland ($5) has raced at the highest level throughout her career, and trainer Gerald Ryan sent her into the Lightning on the back of a record-breaking trial […]

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Moment Of Change breaks G1 duck

Moment Of Change breaks G1 duck

| February 20, 2014

Black Caviar’s former trainer and rider combined with perennial bridesmaid Moment Of Change to win the Group 1 Orr Stakes at Caulfield. They scored again with A Time For Julia in the Group 3 Bellmaine Stakes. Moody also added the Group 3 Kevin Hayes Stakes with Spirits Dance, with Vlad Duric in the saddle. Moment […]

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Overseas campaign for Paximadia

Overseas campaign for Paximadia

| November 18, 2013

PAXIMADIA may have farewelled Australian racing in the best way possible with a fighting victory in the Sandown Guineas (1600m). Trainer Peter Snowden said he would speak to Darley representatives in Dubai in the next couple of days to find out whether he is required to join the Godolphin team. “I’ll know more tomorrow. At […]

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