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.
Group 1 racing was again in Perth on Saturday, where South Australian mare Viddora took out the 1200m G1 Winterbottom Stakes. Away from the spotlight there were plenty of other notable performance across the Country. Here’s our take on them.
THE curtain came down on Melbourne’s spring carnival at the weekend, with a host of support features decided at Sandown. It’s often a meeting that throws up potential topliners of the future and there were at least a couple of noteworthy ratings put on the board on Saturday.
SOME schools of thought suggest punters should simply throw the form out the window from Eagle Farm last Saturday. Clearly it was an inferior racing surface and it’s important to acknowledge that many horses simply didn’t handle those conditions. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login to access.
THE two Group 1 races run in Australia last Saturday produced less than eye-popping figures, but there were winners on each of the support cards at Doomben and Morphettville that put their hand up for future big race success. You need to be logged in to see this part of the content. Please Login to