Australia - Vic | RACE COURSE GUIDE
50Km South-East of Melbourne
PO Box 37, Cranbourne, Victoria 3977 T: (03) 5996 1300 F: (03) 5996 4972
Sunday, 21 February 2021 CRANBOURNE Race Results
|Race No||Race Name||Winner||Driver||Trainer||Win Time||PM AUD $|
|R1||DOWNBYTHESEASIDE @ WOODLANDS STUD PACE||MAJOR MAL||A TAIBA||A TAIBA||2:36.20||7,000|
|R2||DARYL DUNN MEMORIAL PACE||ORBIE||M J BELLMAN||S T KITTEL||1:59.30||7,000|
|R3||HYGAIN CLAIMING PACE||POCKET THEDEAL||J L LAUGHER||J A DOUGLAS||2:33.30||7,000|
|R4||MARK GURRY & ASSOCIATES PACE||SHE WILL ROCK||C D SVANOSIO||C D SVANOSIO||2:36.80||7,000|
|R5||ALDEBARAN PARK TROT (3RD HEAT)||BACARDI JESS||S O'SULLIVAN||N A EDWARDS||2:40.80||7,000|
|R6||DECRON PACE||WILL AND ANDY||M J BELLMAN||L MCKENZIE||1:59.60||4,500|
|R7||CRANBOURNE FENCING PACE||MAJALINER||D K MCGUIGAN||T H MCGUIGAN||2:33.20||4,500|
Cranbourne Past Races
Weather to determine next run of Cox Plate winner
A start for Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet in The All-Star Mile remains dependant on the weather.
Edward Cummings had classic aspirations when he purchased a then lightly-raced three-year-old two years ago as he began his own training career at Hawkesbury.
The TAB Highway series continues to provide uplifting anecdotes and opportunities for newcomers.
Courchevel catalogued for Chairman's Sale, Astern and Frosted add new winners and entries for Magic Millions National Sale have opened
The hearing set to take place at Melbourne Magistrates’ Court on March 17
Tagaloa's confidence-boosting win in the C S Hayes Stakes has given trainer Trent Busuttin some valuable insight into the colt's ideal racing pattern.
A capacity field looms ahead of the inaugural $202,250 Magic Millions SA 2YO Classic at Murray Bridge on Saturday.
Taking the one with best past form in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2021 Typhoon Tracy Stakes at Moonee Valley on Friday.
Apprentice Jessica Eaton continued her good run when Pariano won her sixth race from twenty starts in the 1000 metre opening event on the Parks track at Morphettville on Saturday.
Cranbourne trainer Brian McGrath says he has finally got the gorilla off his back following the maiden win of D’Jumbuck in the $50,000 Ladbrokes Plate (1300m) at Sandown on Wednesday.
Matt De Kock is no stranger to being associated with Group 1 winners on the world stage with his father, famed South African conditioner Mike De Kock.
Form can sometimes be misleading, but Morphettville trainer Jon O’Connor is hoping it will prove on the money when Smokin’ Val returns to Melbourne on Friday night.
Young Werther on Derby path; Kennedy confident in White Robe charge