Nieuwenburg: The most favoured runners in the nine events at HQLatest

24 May 2024

The most favoured horses on Sulky.App are calculated by utilising statistics, including horse-specific sectional data as well as race and driver statistics with a variety of likely speed maps.

The following eight horses are the most favoured horses on Sulky.App in each race this Saturday night at Melton.

These horses may not be the best rated sectionally, but the speed map likely works in their favour and against the better rated horses.

Phelan: Believe in Victoria's success - V means victoryLatest

08 May 2024

Victorian-trained trotters have dominated the first quarter of the Australasian season - and the numbers tell the story.

Wharton: Mary Helen calls time on commercial breeding ventureLatest

01 May 2024

Mary Helen Pearce, the owner of Eldarin Park stud, which for many years has been one of Victoria’s most prominent breeding establishments, has decided to retire from commercial breeding.

Melton mission a Eureka audition for The Lost StormLatest

22 May 2024

Gifted pacer The Lost Storm will be "selling himself" when he returns to racing at Melton on Saturday night.

Connections of superstar four-year-old, who boasts 12 wins from just 17 starts, are desperate to snare a slot in the world's richest harness race, the $2.1m TAB Eureka at Menangle on September 7.

The Lost Storm ran in the TAB slot last year when just a three-year-old but was below his best, finishing seventh to stablemate Encipher.

Guerin: My game plans on how to play Alex Park tonightLatest

03 May 2024

The old saying “talk is cheap” isn’t exactly true when it comes to the biggest harness races.

In fact, the pre-race could have a tangible effect on the outcome of the two huge Group 1s at Alexandra Park tonight.

O'Connor: Boy, he's good... and he's not done yetLatest

04 August 2023

The “old marvel” tag is often used loosely in racing circles, thrown out quickly to describe an ageing horse who has been a loyal servant to his or her connections over a prolonged period of time.

But for Victorian harness racing fast class veteran Bulletproof Boy, it’s truly a compliment that hits the mark.