Four Group 1 races across two states in addition to the re-appearance of the country’s top ranked sprinter made for a brilliant weekend of racing and a host of high quality performances. Which horse finished top of the pops on Saturday? The answer may surprise you.
IT was hardly a Caulfield Cup for the ages, rather one for ‘the narrative’ with unheralded jockey Cory Parish being rewarded by David Hayes for his hard work at Lindsay Park. You don’t need to be a rocket scientist to work out this year’s Cup rated well down by comparison with most years.
Winx took another step towards her second Cox Plate on Saturday with a 107 rating in the Caulfield Stakes, setting up an epic clash with Hartnell in the Cox Plate. She takes the #1 ranking on this week’s charts, but there were plenty of other performances worth noting. You need to be logged in to
The terrific Spring Carnival results continued for Betsmart members on Saturday with a 44.4% strike rate from our recommended bets and huge profit! It was almost a day to remember forever with Great Esteem finishing a neck 2nd at 40/1 in the G1 Toorak Handicap. You need to be logged in to see this part
There were some terrific performances on the track over the weekend, but none better than Hartnell who ran to a new WFA Performance Rating peak of 111. That’s a world class figure which makes him a serious threat to Winx and puts him clearly on top of our latest rankings. You need to be logged