Hear from 2018 Melbourne Cup winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy

Cross Counter, ridden by the now three-time winning Melbourne Cup jockey, Kerrin McEvoy, has won the 2018 Melbourne Cup ahead of Marmelo and A Prince Of Arran. McEvoy also rode the winner in the recent Everest and rode miRunners thoroughbred, Zoushack, on Everest Day. For those unfamiliar here’s a little background on Kerrin McEvoy. Here is the finish of the 2018 Melbourne Cup. “What a thrill.” @kpmcevoy claims a third #MelbourneCup success. 2018 – Cross Counter 2016 – Almandin 2000 – Brew pic.twitter.com/VoXMtmfnpS — Racing.com (@Racing) November 6, 2018 • He won his maiden Melbourne Cup in 2000 on Brew and his second…

Majority of units sold in Rubick X Slainte filly

The majority of units have now been sold in the Bjorn Baker trained Rubick X Slainte filly. With units available in the Rubick X Slainte filly for $275 (plus a monthly fee of $15) and the majority of those units sold, you will have to move quickly if you want to vote for your thoroughbred’s name and buy-into this incredibly well-bred filly who has been displaying plenty of promise. Related article: Melbourne Cup, Jumping the fence from spectator to owner! The horse was purchased at the 2018 Gold Coast Magic Millions for $275,000 meaning that units are being sold at…

Melbourne Cup: Jumping the fence from spectator to owner!

miRunners owners were able to meet leading Australian trainer David Hayes and top jockey Kerrin McKevoy on Everest before watching their horse run. As we get ready for the race that stops the nation, new research from TEG Insights as reported in B&T Magazine sheds light on our love of racing – and opens our eyes to what we spend at Flemington every year. On average, Australians spend $179 each on Melbourne Cup day, on fashions and betting. And 10% of us will spend over $300. With miRunners, you can now own a unit in a premium thoroughbred for this…