Damien Oliver says Not A Happy Camper would not have won at Bendigo if the new whip rules were in force.
Leading South African jockey Bernard Fayd'Herbe is set to have his first ride in Britain at Wolverhampton on Friday when he partners Cold As Ice in the 32Red Fillies Conditions Stakes.
Weights are unveiled today for the two races over the Grand National fences at Aintree on Betfred Becher Chase Community Day, Saturday, December 5.
Australian racing and breeding has had little exposure to the deceased American sire Indian Charlie but that is about to change thanks to his boom shuttle sire Uncle Mo.
Arrowfield Stud’s Not A Single Doubt sired his second Group One winner and 29th stakes winner overall when Sydney-trained Good Project won the G1 Railway Stakes at Ascot in Perth on Saturday.
Champion trainer Aidan O'Brien talks to Gary Crispe after Royal Ascot discussing his successes and the possible candidates for the Melbourne Cup later this year.