The Everest has had a new twist and turn every week for the past six months and even with only two weeks to run, the surprises kept coming at the weekend. It is now shaping as one of the most open big races in memory. Let’s look at each of the runners and where they are
On Tuesday 2/10/18 Daniel joined Steve Hewlett on Radio Tab to discuss his assessment of all the key runners out of Saturday including The Premiere Stakes, which saw The Everest market turned on its head. Other horses to feature in the discussion include Viddora, Smart Melody, Tosen Basil, Humidor, Furrion and more.
The opening day of the Championships may not have delivered the results that met with the expectations of punters, but naturally enough, the racing did produce some outstanding performances. Happy Clapper continued to build on his career best form this preparation with a gutsy win in the Doncaster under 57kg, but it wasn’t enough to
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.
Just the one Group 1 race last weekend, but a host of races that will help shape some of the big races coming up in the next few weeks. Here’s a look at some of the most talked about performances from Rosehill and Caulfield last Saturday.