Category: Racing

Horse racing around the world

Horse racing around the world

| February 2, 2016

Horse racing is a most interesting sport and famous in many countries. The sport involves two or more jockeys driving horses over a distance. It can be enjoyed online and well as offline. In today’s modern world of technology, viewers can also enjoy online horse racing as their betting interest. This game is also called game […]

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A Shin Hikari causes Hong Kong Cup upset

A Shin Hikari causes Hong Kong Cup upset

| December 17, 2015

The 2015 Hong Kong Cup was dominated by Japan, who had the first and second in the world’s richest turf race over 2000m. A Shin Hikari, who went off at 39.0 in the betting, strung the upset when scoring by a length ahead of the Japanese-trained Nuovo Record. A Shin Hikari went into the Hong […]

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Mahuta wins 4th straight

Mahuta wins 4th straight

| November 15, 2015

Mahuta continued his meteoric rise when he strolled to his fourth straight win in Saturday’s Group Two Sandown Guineas (1600m). Prepared by the carnival’s leading trainer Darren Weir, Mahuta over came a three wide trip to win the day’s feature in emphatic style. Highly regarded kiwi Dal Cielo was second home, but was never a […]

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Turn Me Loose strong in Emirates win

Turn Me Loose strong in Emirates win

| November 8, 2015

Turn Me Loose ran his rivals ragged to claim the $1 million Emirates Stakes (1,600m) at Flemington to prove himself one of the spring’s dominant milers. It was a fitting result for trainer Murray Baker, whose star stayer Mongolian Khan is still struggling to overcome the effects of a colic attack that ruled him out […]

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Jameka races away with The Oaks

Jameka races away with The Oaks

| November 5, 2015

Thunderstorms earlier in the day could not dampen the hopes for Jameka in the VRC Oaks (2500m) at Flemington and the favourite duly saluted, becoming the eighth Inglis graduate to win the Group 1 fillies Classic in the last 12 years. Jameka (Myboycharlie x Mine Game) helped trainer Ciaron Maher to back-to-back wins in the […]

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Prince of Penzance wins Cup

Prince of Penzance wins Cup

| November 5, 2015

Michelle Payne became the first ever woman jockey to win the Melbourne Cup when she won Australia’s greatest race aboard Prince of Penzance. It has taken 155 years, but Payne, one of the youngest of the famous Payne racing family, galloped into history with a stunning performance aboard the Darren Weir trained gelding. “It’s unbelievable. I […]

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Tarzino in Derby romp

Tarzino in Derby romp

| November 1, 2015

Tarzino has emerged as a potential weight-for-age star of Australian racing with a trashing of his rivals in today’s Group One VRC Derby (2500m) at Flemington. Sent out the warm favourite after an outstanding third in the Moonee Valley Vase last week, Tarzino raced clear shortly after straightening and from there the result was never […]

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Winx smashes rivals in Cox Plate

Winx smashes rivals in Cox Plate

| October 25, 2015

Winx confirmed her status as one of the world’s best gallopers when she thumped a star studded field in an awesome and record breaking performance in the WS Cox Plate (2040m) at Moonee Valley. The performance was breathtaking. A four and three quarter length margin and a race time of 2 minute 2.98 seconds – […]

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Amazing Cox Plate Day special

Amazing Cox Plate Day special

| October 22, 2015

Punters, don’t miss this opportunity! One of our preferred betting partners, Sportsbet, has an amazing offer for its members on Cox Plate Day in the first 4 races. The offer is exceptional, and I urge Thoroughbred Village punters to take full advantage of this opportunity on this famous racing day. If you are not a member of the […]

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Melbourne Cup 2015 Preview

Melbourne Cup 2015 Preview

| October 19, 2015

The build-up is well under way for the Melbourne Cup at Flemington on 3rd November after the Caulfield Cup caused a massive shake-up in the betting market. Japan’s Fame Game is the early market mover. The ante-post favourite is the Japanese-trained Fame Game, runner-up to Gold Ship in the Grade 1 Tenno Sho at Kyoto in […]

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