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They include discussions with Jockeys, Trainers and Owners through the week, Post-Race interviews, Press conferences at major meetings and also Race Day Previews from our racing staff. All these emanate from racing right around the world.

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12/09/2014
Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

Cluster looks to take the next step

Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

R&S Contributing Editor Chris Scholtz takes a look at tomorrow’s Sydney racing.

15/08/2014
Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

All Salsa chases a hatrick for the inform Sam Clipperton

Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

/p1/R&S Contributing Editor Chris Scholtz takes a look at tomorrow’s Sydney racing.

08/08/2014
Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

Hugh Bowman is back in town and looks to get Society Man home in Race 2

Chris Scholtz - Early Thoughts

/p1/R&S Contributing Editor Chris Scholtz takes a look at tomorrow’s Sydney racing.

03/08/2013
Melbourne Decision Pending For Lethal Force

Lethal Force<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The international countdown to the spring carnival continues this weekend with two races in the UK and two in France likely to play a role in determining more Melbourne visitors.

The highlight of the international action is the G1 Maurice de Gheest at Deauville on Sunday, featuring former Australian triple G1 winner Sea Siren who is now trained in Ireland by Aidan O'Brien.

03/08/2013
Melbourne Decision Pending For Lethal Force

Lethal Force<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The international countdown to the spring carnival continues this weekend with two races in the UK and two in France likely to play a role in determining more Melbourne visitors.

The highlight of the international action is the G1 Maurice de Gheest at Deauville on Sunday, featuring former Australian triple G1 winner Sea Siren who is now trained in Ireland by Aidan O'Brien.

03/08/2013
Melbourne Decision Pending For Lethal Force

Lethal Force<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

The international countdown to the spring carnival continues this weekend with two races in the UK and two in France likely to play a role in determining more Melbourne visitors.

The highlight of the international action is the G1 Maurice de Gheest at Deauville on Sunday, featuring former Australian triple G1 winner Sea Siren who is now trained in Ireland by Aidan O’Brien.

09/02/2013
Charge Account Continues Run To Autumn

Rising star Charge Account took another step towards autumn riches with a dominant victory in the Happy 2nd Birthday ATC Handicap at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

09/02/2013
Charge Account Continues Run To Autumn

Rising star Charge Account took another step towards autumn riches with a dominant victory in the Happy 2nd Birthday ATC Handicap at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

09/02/2013
Charge Account Continues Run To Autumn

Rising star Charge Account took another step towards autumn riches with a dominant victory in the Happy 2nd Birthday ATC Handicap at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

09/02/2013
Charge Account Continues Run To Autumn

Rising star Charge Account took another step towards autumn riches with a dominant victory in the Happy 2nd Birthday ATC Handicap at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

14/05/2012
Beauty Parlour shows class

At Longchamp Sunday Beauty Parlour showed that she is indeed something special as she won the G1 Poule d'essai des Pouliches or 1000 Guineas.

10/03/2012
Hyeronimus Steers Kinnersley To Victory

Kinnersley<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Improving Gai Waterhouse gelding Kinnersley proved her controversial shock win at long odds in January was no fluke with a gutsy salute in this afternoon's Benchmark 80 Handicap at Warwick Farm.

It took a training masterstroke from Waterhouse to overturn two disappointing performances since the January win, but the decision to jump up to 2200m proved the right move and was validated superbly by another excellent ride from apprentice Adam Hyeronimus.

10/03/2012
Hyeronimus Steers Kinnersely To Victory

Kinnersley<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Improving Gai Waterhouse gelding Kinnersley proved her controversial shock win at long odds in January was no fluke with a gutsy salute in this afternoon's Benchmark 80 Handicap at Warwick Farm.

It took a training masterstroke from Waterhouse to overturn two disappointing performances since the January win, but the decision to jump up to 2200m proved the right move and was validated superbly by another excellent ride from apprentice Adam Hyeronimus.

10/03/2012
Hyeronimus Steers Kinnersley To Victory

Kinnersley<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Improving Gai Waterhouse gelding Kinnersley proved her controversial shock win at long odds in January was no fluke with a gutsy salute in this afternoon's Benchmark 80 Handicap at Warwick Farm.

It took a training masterstroke from Waterhouse to overturn two disappointing performances since the January win, but the decision to jump up to 2200m proved the right move and was validated superbly by another excellent ride from apprentice Adam Hyeronimus.

29/02/2012
High Hopes For Hannah

Photo by Racing and Sports

Half a dozen scratchings have taken a lot of pace out of today's Randwick Equine Centre Handicap (race 3) at Canterbury Park which will aid the chances of the honest Hannah Jane.

The lightly raced filly, prepared by Anthony Cummings at Randwick, has placed at her two runs this time in and looks ready to break through in this non metropolitan winners race over 1100m.

11/12/2011
NZ gaffe keeps Hughes' Test dream alive

New Zealand are kicking themselves after failing to refer a caught behind shout that would have dismissed besieged opener Phil Hughes for a duck in Hobart.

01/10/2011
Cats make tactical masterstroke

Geelong were killing Collingwood in the inside-50 forward entries in the first half but the Cats couldn't buy a goal for their key forwards.

24/08/2011
Rolston Salutes At Canterbury

The Chris Waller-trained Rolston lived up to his pre-race support with a quality win in the Rosehill Gardens Event Centre Maiden (1100m) at Canterbury on Wednesday.

11/08/2011
Virtuoso Breaks Through At Goulburn

Keith Dryden<br>Photo by Racing and Sports

Virtuoso has upstaged the hot pot favourite Masterstroke to take out the first race at Goulburn today.

The Keith Dryden trained three-year-old broke through for his maiden win in great style after stalking the leader, before hitting the lead over the concluding stages to hang on by just under a length.

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