Keyword: Royal Randwick

  • Daysee Doom (Green cap) wins the 2018 Millie Fox Stakes
ridden by Andrew Adkins and trained by Ron Quinton

    Foxplay Aims to Repeat in Coolmore Legacy

    Defending champion Foxplay (AUS) leads a field of 17 fillies and mares in the one-mile, AU$1 million Coolmore Legacy Stakes (G1) April 14 at Royal Randwick.

  • Co-owner Debbie Kepitis leads Winx and jockey Hugh Bowman after the 6-year-old mare's third Chipping Norton Stakes win at Randwick Racecourse

    Winx Drubs Rivals in Historic Chipping Norton Score

    A new year, an even better Winx. Australia's super mare swept around the field into the straight in the March 3 TAB Chipping Norton Stakes (G1) at Randwick and easily strode out to her 23rd straight win—her 16th at the group 1 level.

  • Winx after winning her third straight Cox Plate

    Winx Goes For 23 Straight in Chipping Norton

    With her jockey back from suspension and the prospect of a foreign tour in her future, Australia's mighty mare Winx (AUS) seeks her 23rd straight win in the TAB Chipping Norton Stakes (G1) March 3 at Royal Randwick.

  • Winx wins the 2017 Queen Elizabeth Stakes

    Winx Wins As She Pleases at Royal Randwick

    The wonder from down under put the latest exclamation point on her resume April 8 at Royal Randwick, cruising to a 5 1/4-length victory in the Longines Queen Elizabeth Stakes (G1) with the ease of a Saturday stroll.

  • Winx wins 2016 George Main Stakes for 11th successive victory and seventh group I triumph

    Winx Extends Win Streak to 11 in George Main

    Australian supermare Winx added an 11th victory to her win streak after she flew from near the back of the field in the George Main Stakes (Aus-I) and scored by 1 1/4 lengths Sept. 17 at Royal Randwick.

  • Prized Icon, English Win Group I Races at Randwick

    James Cummings, grandson of legendary Australian trainer Bart Cummings, enjoyed his first group I winner as a trainer when Prized Icon took the Champagne Stakes (Aus-I) April 16 at Royal Randwick.

  • Winx wins again in the Doncaster Mile.

    Winx, Chautauqua Earn BC Berths in Australia

    Winx, Australia's reigning queen of the turf, came from near last and won the Aus$3 million Doncaster Mile (Aus-I) in sensational style April 2 at Royal Randwick.

  • Winx is favored for the Doncaster Mile.

    Randwick Offers Breeders' Cup Challenge Races

    Saturday's races feature top Australian racehorse Winx running against defending champion Kermadec in the Doncaster Mile. The highly-accomplished Exosphere will face defending champion Chautauqua in the Darley Smith Stakes.

  • Kermadec Up Late for George Main Victory

    Trainer Chris Waller landed the George Main Stakes (Aus-I) for the third time in four years, sending out Kermadec to win this year's edition Sept. 19 at Royal Randwick.

  • Dissident Retires in Style With All Aged Win

    Dissident and Wandjina finished a respective one-two in what looked to be a match race from the start in the All Aged Stakes (Aus-I) April 18 at Royal Randwick.

  • Pint-Sized Pasadena Girl Uncorks Champagne

    Pasadena Girl added a third stakes win to her four-race career April 18 at Royal Randwick when flashing down the outside late in the Moet & Chandon Champagne Stakes for 2-year-olds.

  • Grand Marshal, Amanpour Win in Australia

    Regally-bred Grand Marshal made an indelible impression April 11 at Royal Randwick when snatching victory from stablemate Who Shot Thebarman in pulse-pounding finish to the 150th Sydney Cup (Aus-I).

  • Gust Of Wind Blows Away Rivals in AUS Oaks

    Lightly regarded Gust Of Wind trounced a strong field of 11 while earning her first stakes win at the highest level in the AUS$1 million Seven News Australian Oaks (Aus-I) April 11 at Royal Randwick.

  • Criterion Breezes to Easy QE II Stakes Win

    Criterion willingly took to the front entering the Royal Randwick stretch in the AUS$4 million Queen Elizabeth II Stakes (Aus-I) and shot clear to best an international field on April 11, Day 2 of The Championships.

  • Pride Of Dubai Battles to Inglis Sires Win

    Pride Of Dubai prevailed in a tight finish, with a dead heat for second in the AUS$1 million Inglis Sires (Aus-I) April 6 on The Championships Day 1 card at Royal Randwick.

  • Mongolian Khan Wins AUS Derby for Rare Double

    Chinese-owned Mongolian Khan prevailed in a titanic three-way battle down the stretch and won the Aus$2 million Australian Derby (Aus-I) by three-quarters of a length April 6 on a drenched course Royal Randwick.

  • Chautauqua Last to First in T.J. Smith

    Terravista edged out the world's top-rated sprinter Lankan Rupee for favoritism in the AUS$2.5mil T. J. Smith Stakes (Aus-I) but both were upstaged by late-running Chautauqua.

  • Kermadec Gets Through Late in Doncaster Mile

    Kermadec burst through down the center of the track late to win the $3 million The Star Doncaster Mile (Aus-I) April 6, Day 1 of The Championships at Royal Randwick.

  • Waller Strikes With Two Group I Exactas

    Trainer Chris Waller tallied two group I exactas Oct. 4 at Royal Randwick, the first in breathtaking fashion when French-bred He's Your Man bested stablemate Royal Descent by the slimmest of margins in the Epsom Handicap.

  • Go Indy Go, Hana's Goal Dominant at Randwick

    Go Indy Go will be prepared for the Victoria Oaks (gr. I) later this year after her impressive win over males in the Moet and Chandon Champagne Stakes (Aus-I) for 2-year-olds April 26 at Royal Randwick.

  • Scared Falls Stars in Aussie Championships

    In an amazing training feat, Chris Waller sent out the first four finishers in the AUS$3 million The Star Doncaster Mile (Aus-I), spearheaded by repeat winner Sacred Falls April 12 at Royal Randwick.

  • It's a Dundeel, Guelph Win at Randwick

    While Black Caviar's 25th win in the T. J. Smith Stakes (Aus-I) stole the spotlight April 13 at Royal Randwick, fans saw two other superlative performances in group I stakes on the card from It's a Dundeel and filly Guelph.

  • Black Caviar cruises to victory number 25.

    Unbeaten Black Caviar Amazes With 25th Win

    Champion mare Black Caviar easily extended her unbeaten streak to 25 wins in as many starts April 13 as she ran 10 overmatched opponents off their feet in the $1 million Darley T. J. Smith Stakes (Aus-I) at Royal Randwick.

  • Australia's More Joyous Earns BC Mile Berth

    Trainer Gai Waterhouse won her record equalling seventh BMW Doncaster Mile (Aus-I) when More Joyous prevailed at Royal Randwick April 21 and earned the mare an automatic berth into the BC Mile.

  • Black Caviar Qualifies for Breeders' Cup

    The undefeated 5-year-old mare Black Caviar became the first horse to qualify for the 2011 Breeders' Cup World Championships through the Breeders' Cup Challenge series April 9 following her 2 -length group I win.

  • Theseo Emerges With Epsom Handicap Score

    Earlier this year the silks of Denise Martin, a well known, much loved and highly successful buyer and syndicator of racehorses, were made famous with the two group 1 wins by champion 2-year-old Sebring.

  • Sebring Just Short of Third Group I

    Well, he was just a half-inch shy of racing into Australian equine immortality, but the effort by Sebring for second in the mile group I Champagne Stakes at Royal Randwick May 3 was highly commendable.

  • Oliver Takes Back-to-Back Group I Wins

    Just 40 minutes after breaking a soul-zapping run of group I second placings, Damien Oliver made it two group I wins in a row when he magnificently steered the vastly improved, Sydney based stayer No Wine No Song to victory in the time-honored group I $600,000 Sydney Cup over two miles at Royal Randwick May 3.

  • Damien Oliver Back on Track

    There has been unprecedented media coverage over the past week in Australia about the seemingly incredible amount of bad luck champion jockey Damien Oliver has had in group I races since last November. He has ridden just one group I winner in that time, but has amazingly been placed 19 times 10 of them as the runner-up, with one of them narrowly in the Melbourne Cup.

  • Sebring pulls away in the Sires' Produce Stakes.

    Sebring Scores in the Sires' Produce

    One week after his Golden Slipper victory, Sebring wins the Sire's Produce Stakes, the second leg of the 2-year-old Australian Triple Crown. He will contest the one-mile Champagne Stakes May 3 in an attempt to sweep the series.

  • Nom Du Jeu draws off in the Australian Derby under Jeff Lloyd.

    New Zealand-Breds Score in Aussie Derby

    The introduction of shuttlers and the vast improvement in the breeding industry in New Zealand over the past 10 years are starting to pay big dividends for the Kiwis now. This was showcased on a heavy turf track at Royal Randwick in Sydney April 26, when two Kiwi-bred and -trained horses ran first and second in the Aus$1.8 million (U.S $1.7 million) group I David Jones AJC Australian Derby.

  • Triple Honour carries Glen Boss to his fifth Doncaster victory.

    Boss Back From Hong Kong for Another Win

    Glen Boss by name and certainly boss of the group I Doncaster Handicap by nature as the champion rider, who now lives in Hong Kong, swept away his fifth Doncaster with a faultless display aboard the brilliant 3-year-old Triple Honour at Royal Randwick April 26.