|Smerdon, Moody land Sandown trebles|
|A record-breaking hurdle win to Black And Bent was the highlight of a winning treble for Robert Smerdon at Sandown on a day when Peter Moody also trained a milestone first jumps winner.|
Smerdon and Moody both prepared winning trebles on Wedn ... (1 comments)
|Shamexpress on target for Royal Ascot|
|A jump-out later this week will be the first of two important tests for three-year-old Shamexpress before he departs for his Royal Ascot assignment.|
Trainer Danny O'Brien confirmed the Group One Newmarket Handicap winner would have a jump-ou ... (5 comments)
|Veteran Gelding Danleigh Retired|
|"Following discussion with the owners it has been decided to retire stable stalwart Danleigh," Waller said.
"He has been a very important horse to me, the owners and all of my staff and I am forever grateful to Keith and Ruth Leonard for giving me ... (3 comments)|
|Expat Moore wants Oz success|
|A break-through international success has made Australia's most successful racing export more keen than ever to return to his homeland and pinch one of its best races.|
John Moore, six times the premier trainer of Hong Kong where his runners ... (1 comments)
|Reliable Man 50-50 to race on|
|The racing future of dual hemisphere Group One winner Reliable Man is still uncertain with his owners fielding offers to stand him at stud in the spring.|
If the right deal is not struck this year, Reliable Man will return to be prepared by C ... (2 comments)
|Rivals Beaten Up In Doomben Cup|
|A son of Sadler's Wells, Beat Hollow is also the sire of the G1 Prix Marcel Boussac winning filly Proportional and the G2 winning import Sea Moon, previously trained by Sir Michael Stoute but now in training with Robert Hickmott for owner Lloyd Willi ... (1 comments)|
|Karakatsanis May Go To Supreme Court|
|Karakatsanis was banned for nine months and his father Tony for two years over the race day treatment of Howmuchdoyouloveme at Flemington last November.
Victoria’s Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board dismissed their appeals last week but Karakat ... (1 comments)|
|Warren Already Eager For Hong Kong|
|Warren is eyeing a run in the $2m Hong Kong Sprint (1200m) in December and a likely rematch with Lucky Nine who is now a five-time Group 1 winner.
“We’ll run into him again in December won’t we,” Warren said moments aft ... (3 comments)|
|Ortensia retired after Scone defeat|
|Outstanding mare Ortensia, who has Group One wins in three countries, has been retired after finishing unplaced in the race named in her honour at Scone on Saturday.|
Trainer Paul Messara told stewards the mare had raced for the last time aft ... (2 comments)
|Waller Gets Second Doomben Cup With Beaten Up|
|Waller got the win with former UK trained galloper Beaten Up who held stablemate and former French galloper, Foreteller at bay, but that was only after Waller bypassed the Scone Cup in favour of the trip to Queensland.
Ridden by Leith Innes, Beate ... (1 comments)|
|Third up in the spring Lamasery took out the Hill Stakes over 2000m at Randwick, with today’s favourite Lights Of Heaven held in third.
Lights Of Heaven turned the tables in the Hollindale a ... (3 comments)|
|Doomben Cup Field Finalised|
|14 have accepted for the Group 1 feature this Saturday with TAB Sportsbet Fixed Odds unable to split Lights Of Heaven and Foreteller after they quinellaed the Group 2 Hollindale Stakes.
Light ... (3 comments)|
|WA Industry Supports Stewards Findings|
|Representatives from the WA trainers, owners, breeders and jockey associations have met with stewards to view footage of alleged fixed races named in an anonymous letter, and together all can confirm there is unequivocal support and confidence in the ... (1 comments)|
|Secret Admirer set for Doomben swan song|
|Retirement looms for Sydney racemare Secret Admirer after she runs in the $500,000 Doomben Cup on Saturday, trainer Grahame Begg has revealed.|
Asked if the Group One race could be Secret Admirer's last, Begg said: "It could very well be." (5 comments)
|Three-Year-Olds To Dual Again In Fred Best|
|Sizzling had a clear advantage over Academus and Dances On Stars at two, beating that pair in both the Champagne Classic and Sires Produce before landing the Group 1 ... (2 comments)|
|More Joyous may have run her last race|
|The racing career of More Joyous may be over in the aftermath of the inquiry into her failure in last month's All Aged Stakes.|
The multiple Group One winning mare was one of several horses taken from the Gai Waterhouse stable by owner John S ... (3 comments)
|Australian pair in good shape in Singapore|
|Australia's two runners in Sunday's Group One double in Singapore have arrived in perfect order and with a great friendship underway.|
Bel Sprinter, who runs in the KrisFlyer International Sprint and Mawingo, a candidate for the International ... (1 comments)
|Where Will It All End?|
|Andrew Johns, one of the finest rugby league footballers there has been, a legend of his game, a hero, is to appear on Monday at an inquiry into a silly debacle that has serious, even sinister, connotations.
It is an inquiry that he, in a way, ins ... (2 comments)|
|John Singleton Fined $15,000|
|The prominent owner earlier in the afternoon was charged with displaying conduct prejudicial to the image of racing by Racing NSW Stewards for which Singleton pleaded guilty.
An hour later, Racing NSW Stewards handed down a $20,000 fine which was ... (2 comments)|
|Stradbroke Your Song’s Swansong|
|The flashy son of Fastnet Rock was dominant in the BTC Cup and confirmed himself a stud career in the process.
It has been announced on Monday Your Song will follow in the footsteps of fellow three-year-olds Moment Of Change