Horse racing systems, racing ratings, horse racing software, horse racing staking plans and greyhound systems


Whole Box & Dice

Daily Ratings

The Grail

Today's Racing

Par Times

Free Articles Library

Track Information

Racing Statistics

Free Staking Plans

Selfrate Software

Past Champs (A - L)

Past Champs (M - Z)

Feature Race Winners

Sport On This Day

Free Systems

Your Feedback

Photo Gallery

Contact Us

Terms Of Use

Copyright Notice


What happened in sport on this day..

July 1



Australian sporting history on this day
Henry Harrison drafted a code of rules for Australian Rules Football, and umpires were used for the first time. Prior to this penalities and free kicks were decided upon by the team captains.
Over 100,000 mourners showed up for the funeral of boxing champion Les Darcy in Maitland, New South Wales.  He died May 24 in USA.
Cricket great Don Bradman established a record score in England v Australia Test, scoring 334 runs.
Despite running just 4th in the Western Open in Chicago, Bruce Crampton became Australia's first golfing millionaire.
Australia's lawn bowlers switched to metric measurements
Champion horse Luskin Star died after being at stud since 1978 . He won 14 of his 17 starts, including the Group 1 Golden Slipper, AJC Sires Produce Stakes and Champagne Stakes.That triple-crown victory, when he totally blitzed his rivals, elevated Luskin Star, his trainer Max Lees, jockey John Wade to star status. Luskin Star had 650 progeny to race, of which he had 430 individual winners and 31 Stakes winners that earned more than $22million in prizemoney.
The National Rugby League signed a six-year broadcasting deal with Channel Nine and Foxtel, worth AU$500 million.