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CrownBet’s NBA Best Bets – 27/4/2017

View online bookmaker CrownBet.com.au’s tips and bets for today’s NBA Playoff matches. ATLANTA HAWKS ($1.43) V WASHINGTON WIZARDS ($2.84) Previous Regular Season Games: 99-114 (28 Oct – Hawks), 92-95 (5 Nov – Wizards), 112-86 (28 Jan – Wizards), 100-104 (23 Mar – Wizards) Previous Play-off Games: 107-114 (Wizards), 101-109 (Wizards), 98-116 (Hawks), 101-111 (Hawks) The […]

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Melbourne Cup winning jockey on comeback trail

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Tony Allen says he’s planning a comeback in New Zealand next month. Allen, 50, wants to snag his 1000th win at Trentham on May 27, pending trial rides the week before and the finalisation of his jockey’s licence. Allan won the Melbourne Cup on giant New Zealand mare Empire Rose in 1988 […]

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English fit to run in All Aged Stakes

Saturday’s All Aged Stakes favourite English has passed a veterinary inspection this morning allowing her to take her spot in Saturday’s Group One feature at Randwick. English has been the well backed favourite to win the All Aged Stakes ahead of Le Romain who has drifted with the money for the Gai Waterhouse star. English […]

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Le Romain to bounce back in All Aged Stakes

An impressive track gallop at Broadmeadow means Le Romain will not be put out to pasture for a spell just yet. Newcastle trainer Kris Lees saw exactly what he wanted from the three-time Group One winner on early Tuesday and confirmed the beaten Doncaster Mile favourite would attempt to make amends in Saturday’s weight-for-age All […]

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Kris Lees happy with G1 placings

In the space of two weekends during The Championships under-rated gelding Sense Of Occasion has more than doubled his career earnings without winning a race. After finishing third in the $3 million Doncaster Mile last Saturday week, connections of the Kris Lees-trained Sense Of Occasion decided to also give the gelding a crack at the […]

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Coolmore Legacy Stakes: Zanbagh over the odds

Baguette, Tie The Knot and Spinning Hill are just three of the famous horses raced by the Tait family over their many decades in racing. And although she doesn’t have quite the same record as those multiple Group One winners, Zanbagh is right up there in the pecking order with her owner Sandy Tait. A […]

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Baykool to line-up in Galilee Series Final

Trainer Pat Carey has his eye on a traditional three-year-old staying race with Baykool and along the way hopes to pick up a stakes win at Caulfield. Baykool’s autumn goal is the Listed VRC St Leger (2800m) at Flemington on April 25 after which the gelding will be spelled for the spring. After successive wins […]

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Caulfield Cup winner not heading overseas

Jameka has been ruled out of an International campaign as she continues her recovery from travel sickness. Trainer Ciaron Maher said the mare was making steady progress after being diagnosed with the ailment following her return to Melbourne after winning The BMW at Rosehill on March 25. “She’s improving every day,” Maher told RSN927. “She’s […]

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Silent Sedition to line-up in Coolmore Legacy Stakes

After breaking through for a Group One win in the William Reid Stakes, Silent Sedition is favourite to snare a second at the elite level. Silent Sedition gave Caulfield trainer Andrew Noblet his first Group One victory in the William Reid at Moonee Valley last Friday week when she dropped in distance from 1500m to […]

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Cylinder Beach headed to Toowoomba Cup

A brilliant win by It’s Somewhat in the Doncaster Mile has boosted Brisbane trainer Desleigh Forster’s confidence about Cylinder Beach in the Toowoomba Cup. Cylinder Beach had one run in Sydney beaten 2-1/2 lengths into seventh place behind It’s Somewhat in the Group Two Ajax Stakes, and heads to Saturday’s Toowoomba Cup (2000m). “It’s Somewhat […]

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