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Prompt Response primed for Tatt's Tiara

Last year's Tattersall's Tiara runner-up Prompt Response will be striving to go one better in the $500,000 Group One race in Brisbane.

Coyle confident of another Group One

Trainer Jason Coyle is growing in confidence Siren's Fury can give him a second Queensland Group One win in the Tatt's Tiara at Doomben.

Weatherley poised for Sydney riding debut

New Zealand apprentice Sam Weatherley is prepared for his first experience of Sydney racing with four rides at Randwick.

Lane, Williams level in premiership race

Damian Lane, who is tied at the top of the Melbourne premiership with Craig Williams, has three early favourites among his Flemington book of rides.

Trainer John Bary happy with Miss Wilson

Miss Wilson has worked and trialled well as she strives to become only the third NZ-trained horse to win the Group One Tatt's Tiara at Doomben.

Silent Explorer to make presence felt

Trainer David Payne has no qualms backing two-year-old Silent Explorer up at Randwick seven days after his second to stablemate Toulouse.

Husson Eagle ready to soar at Flemington

Trainer Patrick Payne believes Husson Eagle is ready to run well in his return from a let-up with a light weight at Flemington.

Good 'n' Fast out to shine in second start

Co-trainer Tom Dabernig is upbeat about Good 'n' Fast's chances at Flemington after he finished strongly for second on debut.

Faultless Royal Ascot lead-up for Warrior

Multiple Group One-winner Redkirk Warrior has pleased his connections since arriving in England as he prepares for the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Chris Waller has three in the Tatt’s Tiara

With a three pronged assault on the G1 at Doomben, Chris Waller could be winning the last major of the season.

Andrew Adkins will ride Daysee Doom in the Tatt’s Tiara

Attacking the Tatt’s Tiara first up, Daysee Doom just has to overcome the wide draw to be competitive again at G1 level.

Pat Duff's hopes of stakes win soar

Trainer Pat Duff hopes he can share another stakes win with long-time owner Wally Tutt and Soaring Heart at Doomben.

Savvan runs for John O’Shea at Randwick

John O’Shea has Savvan looking for her first win in a while but has been close of late.

Divine experiment in Tatt's Cup

Promising galloper Divine Unicorn will take another step in an experiment when he tackles the Tattersall's Cup at his eighth start.

Lees Takes 'Blind Punt' In Tatts Tiara

Trainer Kris Lees is taking a blind punt by removing the blinkers from his classy mare Invincible Gem in Saturday’s $500,000 Tattersall’s Tiara at Doomben.

Sally Snow has her fancies for Randwick

Sally Snow from TAB Wagering likes two at Randwick.

Alex Steedman and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

Racing and Sports Alex Steedman and RNSW’s Brad Gray offer their thoughts on the Randwick card.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

It is heavy track racing on the Randwick program this Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

More Winter Championship Series racing but this time at Flemington.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

G1 action for the final time of the season is at Doomben for the Tatts Tiara.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Back onto the Parks circuit for an eight race program on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

The Belmont Guineas features on the Belmont card Saturday.

2018 Diamond Jubilee Stakes: Race History

There was a famous winner recently in the Race History of the 2018 Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot on Saturday.

2018 Commonwealth Cup: Race History

It is only a short Race History for the 2018 Commonwealth Cup at Royal Ascot on Friday.

2018 Coronation Stakes: Race History

Race History of the 2018 Coronation Stakes at Royal Ascot on Friday shows it as the fillies championship.

Colless rides for Waller in Group One

Three-time Brisbane champion jockey Glen Colless has been rewarded for his hard work with a ride for trainer Chris Waller in the Tatt's Tiara.

Last Brisbane Group One chance for Lloyd

Champion jockey Jeff Lloyd, who has announced his intention to retire, has his last chance to ride a Group One winner in Brisbane in the Tatt's Tiara.

Luck of the Irish for veteran sprinter

Consistent veteran Irish Constabulary gets a chance to win his biggest race in the W J Healy Stakes at Doomben.

Rocket Tommy after another Flemington win

Rocket Tommy has won three of his four starts at Flemington and will be out to add another when he lines up in a heat of the All Victorian Sprint Series.

Pride trusts apprentices for Randwick duo

Trainer Joe Pride will use an apprentice on Filomena's Grace for the first time to assist her n her step up in class at Randwick.

Forsters aim for feature double at Doomben

Desleigh Forster and her father Henry have a chance to train a family double in feature races at Doomben.

Alassio continues her development

Lightly raced mare Alassio will tackle new challenges at Randwick where she will seek to extend her unbeaten record to four.

Provincial Plate lures Penske to Melbourne

The conditions of the $100,000 David Bourke Provincial Plate at Flemington have made the race attractive for connections of recent Sydney winner Penske.

Mallyon gets careless riding ban reduced

Jockey Andrew Mallyon has had a 12-meeting suspension reduced to nine on appeal.

Arkham Knight faces first Melbourne test

South Australian galloper Arkham Knight's recent performance have been enough to earn him a crack at a heat of the Winter Championship Series at Flemington.

Jake Bayliss Weighs Up His Future

In-form rider Jake Bayliss has a tough decision to make when he returns from a well-earned holiday next month.

Darren Weir Accepts Grafton Invitation

Australia’s leading trainer Darren Weir is set to make his first visit to the Grafton Cup carnival since 2003 as a guest of the Clarence River Jockey Club.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

Take a look at the opinions of the Chris Waller stable for this weekend's big meetings around the land.

Lindsay Park Preview

Check out the thoughts from the Lindsay Park team ahead of this weekend’s action.

A look at the Tattersall's Tiara

Facts and Figures on the Group One Tattersall's Tiara for fillies and mares at Doomben.

2018 Tatts Tiara: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the top runs in the Stradbroke for the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 WJ Healy Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the classier runners in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Tatts Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Going for the recent winner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Hawkesbury Preview

NSW Racing is at Hawkesbury on Thursday where they race on a Soft 5 surface.

Bare Naked Lady runs for Tracey Bartley in Brisbane

Coming off a top win at Scone during the carnival, Bare Naked Lady takes on the Crystal Slipper at Doomben for Tracey Bartley.

Jenny Graham has Spring prospects for Victorem

After some nice efforts in the Autumn, Jenny Graham has some horses that can elevate into group races.

Royal Ascot Day 2 Review

With an upset in the Prince Of Wales’s Stakes, Royal Ascot has not gone to plan so far in 2018.

Andrew Hawkins talks about Hugh Bowman and Werther in Japan

Hugh Bowman rides Werther in Japan this week and Andrew Hawkins looks at the chances of a win.

Poet's Word gives Stoute Ascot record

Poet's Word has upset Cracksman to win the Prince Of Wales's Stakes and give trainer Sir Michael Stoute a record number of Royal Ascot winners.

2018 Ascot Gold Cup: Race History

The storied race of the week is the 2018 Ascot Gold Cup run at Royal Ascot on Thursday.

McDonald storms home for first Ascot win

James McDonald has had his finest moment to date since returning to the saddle after taking out the Jersey Stakes at Royal Ascot on Expert Eye.

Cartwright excited for Sydney experience

Geelong-based apprentice Georgina Cartwright heads to Randwick to renew her association with Melbourne sprinter Jungle Edge.

Chris Waller sets new training landmark

Chris Waller has eclipsed another of his training benchmarks by reaching 170 Sydney winners at Canterbury thanks to Mutarakem and Hugh Bowman.

Single Gaze joins Chris Waller stable

Nick Olive has expressed his shock former stable star Single Gaze could race on this spring having been sent to trainer Chris Waller by her new owner.

Champagne Cuddles on track for Tiara

Champagne Cuddles' trainer Bjorn Baker admits the $13 million Everest is on his mind if the filly can win the Tatt's Tiara.

Jim Byrne still in race for Ipswich title

Jim Byrne remains in with a chance to win his ninth Ipswich jockeys' premiership after he and rival Jeff Lloyd both rode winners at the meeting.

Thinkin' Big aptly named with Derby goal

Thinkin' Big has taken the first step towards the Australian Derby with an encouraging debut win at Canterbury for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

King's 3kg claim to help Scottish Rogue

Lachlan King will ride two-year-old Scottish Rogue at Flemington, with connections of the gelding keen to utilise the apprentice's 3kg claim.

Dio D'Oro to add to maiden win at Randwick

Gary Portelli-trained colt Dio D'Oro can prove his wet track prowess again when he aims to back up his maiden win with another victory at Randwick.

Flemington track to suit Adelaide visitor

Adelaide trainer Ryan Balfour is looking to Balf's Choice to be the forerunner of what he hopes are more raids targeting Melbourne's prize money.

Dan Ballard to make fabulous return

Top country jockey Dan Ballard makes his return to Brisbane racing after more than a decade on Fab's Cowboy in the $100,000 Battle Of The Bush final.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

As well as all the provincial and international races, Racing and Sports has all the metros covered.

2018 WJ Healy Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2018 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday has seen the barriers throw it wide open.

2018 Tatts Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

It is a pretty quiet edition of the 2018 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Tatts Tiara: Final Field, Barriers and Market

It is a fabulous renewal of the 2018 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday with a full field of fillies and mares.

Champagne Cuddles outright Tiara favourite

Champagne Cuddles has shortened to outright Tatt's Tiara favourite after drawing barrier four.

2018 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes: Race History

Many grand horses are part of the Race History of the 2018 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Wednesday.

Royal Ascot treble for Dettori, Gosden

Frankie Dettori has raised the roof at Royal Ascot, teaming up with trainer John Gosden to secure a treble on the opening day of the meeting.

Moroney galloper returns a positive test

Trainer Mike Moroney has been informed by Racing Victoria stewards of a horse returning a test to a banned substance following a win at Bendigo.

RV advises against the use of altrenogist

Racing Victoria has advised trainers and vets to stop using products containing altrenogist as they may contain the banned substance trenbolone.

Spright To Bypass Tiara For Healy Stakes

Spright will stick to the shorter distance of Saturday's Healy Stakes rather than taking on the Group 1 Tattersall's Tiara.

Victorian Government Introduces New Integrity Bill

The Victorian Government will implement new integrity standards for the local racing industry under a new act that will establish two new disciplinary bodies.

Randwick option looms for Faraway Town

Matthew Smith-trained mare Faraway Town's bid to run in the Group One Tatt's Tiara appears out of reach with a Randwick race her fall-back option.

Special Missile to step up in distance

Trainer John Thompson will test Special Missile over 1600 metres for the first time at Randwick wiht the gelding chasing an overdue win.

Winter Championship aim for Galaxy Raider

Galaxy Raider has been freshened since his last-start second and will head to Flemington for another start before progressing to the Winter Championship Final.

Ben Smith Is Counting The Days

Newcastle trainer Ben Smith is counting the days until his glamour mare In Her Time returns to his stable to begin her preparation for the $13 million Everest in October.

Tatts Tiara - Jeff Lloyd Rides Invincible Gem

Trainer Kris Lees will have at least two starters in the final Group 1 of the 2017-18 season as he strives to ice his record-breaking season with a victory at racing’s highest level.

VJA chasing an increase in jockey fees

The increase in night meetings has prompted the Victorian Jockeys' Association to seek an increase for the riding fee of their members.

Super Cash chasing elusive G1 in Tiara

After a last-start second in the Stradbroke Handicap, Super Cash gets her latest chance to snare a Group One win in the Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben.

Bletchingly Stakes Plan For Danon Liberty

Japanese import Danon Liberty is set to make his Australian debut in the G3 Bletchingly Stakes at Caulfield on July 28.

Melbourne Spring Campaign For Material Man

Perth trainer Justin Warwick is planning to send a small team to Melbourne for the spring led by his accomplished Group winner Material Man.

Jameka A Chance For Surprise Comeback

Triple Group 1 winner Jameka could partake in an official trial next month according to Ciaron Maher.

Missrock Seeks Deserved Group 1 Win

Missrock will be on the hunt for her first win at Group 1 level on Saturday when she lines up in the Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben.

McDonald excited about Royal Ascot meeting

James McDonald has a host of rides during the Royal Ascot carnival, including a good chance in a Group One race and a ride on a horse owned by The Queen.

Churning set for initiation at Canterbury

Randwick trainer Edward O'Rourke is looking forward to Churning's debut at Canterbury, his first runner sired by successful stallion Lonhro.

Former jockey Steve Jeffries dead at 55

Popular Randwick trackwork rider, former jockey Steve Jeffries, has died aged 55.

Ed Dunlop eyeing Melb Cup with Red Verdon

Ed Dunlop hopes Red Verdon can develop into a horse capable of becoming the first British-trained winner of the Melbourne Cup.

2018 Tatts Tiara: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday says it has become somewhat of a mares championship.

2018 WJ Healy Stakes: Race History

Good sprinters are a part of the Race History of the 2018 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Tatts Cup: Race History

Some grand stayers of the past abound in the Race History of the 2018 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queen Anne Stakes: Race History

One of the greatest performances of all time came in the Race History of the 2018 Queen Anne Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.

2018 King’s Stand Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot on Tuesday shows this has been Australia’s race.

2018 St James’s Palace Stakes: Race History

Many superb 3yos line the page of the Race History of the 2018 St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot on Tuesday.

Decision time coming for Steven Arnold

Jockey Steven Arnold hasn't lost his passion for riding and is keeping himself in trim riding trackwork at Macedon Lodge as he ponders his future.

Jungle Edge returning to Randwick

Victorian trainer Mick Bell will return to Randwick with Jungle Edge for the Winter Dash and hopes he can press claims for a slot in the $13 million Everest.

Aquanita appeals set to be heard together

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal is expected to deal with the appeals by four of the "Aquanita eight" together.

Tiara Win Will Crown Avdulla's Season

Brenton Avdulla will put his Sydney premiership ambitions on hold to continue his partnership with the in-form mare Moss Trip at Doomben on Saturday.

Kah content to make hit-and-run raids

Jockey Jamie Kah is keen to keep her interstate momentum going but will still call Adelaide home.

Tony Gollan to chase another record

Premier trainer Tony Gollan believes he can break the record for the most wins in a Queensland metropolitan season with 12 meetings remaining.

Champagne Cuddles eq favourite for Tiara

Champagne Cuddles and Prompt Response are the early equal favourites for the Tatt's Tiara at Doomben, the final Group One race of the Australian season.

McDonald Set For A Big Week At Royal Ascot

James McDonald has a gilt-edged chance to secure his first Royal Ascot win this week.

Jockey has appeal win before the RAD Board

Jockey John Robertson has had six meetings shaved from a careless riding suspension on appeal to the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

Straight to town for maiden winner Flogga

A lot of hard work has gone into debut maiden winner Flogga who now heads to town to run in a heat of the Silver Bowl Series at Flemington.

Victorian apprentice runs second in France

Michael Poy, the son of former champion jockey Michael Clarke, has finished second in an apprentices' jockeys race in France.

Allan Reardon says he will work on

Queensland's chief steward Allan Reardon says he will work the final weeks of his contract despite openly criticising the head of the state's integrity unit.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on June 16.

2018 Tatts Tiara: Nominations

A lot of good mares are going to miss out on running in the 2018 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday with 37 nominations.

2018 WJ Healy Stakes: Nominations

A full field is likely off the nominations for the 2018 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Tatts Cup: Nominations

Only eleven are nominated for the 2018 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Tony McEvoy looking to spring with fillies

Tony McEvoy will separate his stable's star fillies in the spring with Sunlight to target sprints in Melbourne and Oohood to head to Sydney for longer races.

High hopes for Savanna Amour

Top Queensland mare Savanna Amour will probably have her last winter run in the Tatt's Tiara but there is a chance she could aim even higher.

Stokes set to have new Victorian base

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes is hoping to have new stables at Pakenham up and running by the spring carnival.

Gallop to decide Flemington run for Nature

Trainer Darren Weir is hoping beach training has had a settling effect on sprinter Nature Strip who could have his first run for the trainer at Flemington.

More Saturdays for Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is likely to have more meetings in the new season as Racing Queensland makes plans to protect tracks while Eagle Farm is dormant.

Marmelo on track for Melbourne Cup

Marmelo has justified his 11-8 favouritism to win the Listed Grand Cup at York as he builds to another attempt at the Melbourne Cup.

Matt McGillivray to ride for old boss

Top jockey Matt McGillivray will be reunited with his old boss Craig Smith in the Battle of the Bush final at Doomben.

Trebles for Purton and Moreira

Zac Purton has maintained his Hong Kong premiership lead over Joao Moreira with both riding a treble at Sha Tin.

Kerrin McEvoy, Jeff Lloyd suspended

Jeff Lloyd and Kerrin McEvoy will ride at the final Group One meeting of the season at Doomben before serving careless riding bans.

Craig Williams scores emotional Valley win

Craig Williams has won a race at Moonee Valley named in honour of his jockey cousin Travis Harrison, who was killed in a car accident.

Manolo Blahniq on track for Queensland

Victoria-based gelding Manolo Blahniq heads to the Queensland winter carnival on a high after winning second-up at Rosehill for trainer Tony Noonan.

My Nordic Hero gets first Australian win

After finishing second in his previous two starts in Melbourne, import My Nordic Hero has broken through for his first Australian win at Moonee Valley.

Ryan's magic plan leads to Waterhouse win

A plan hatched by trainer Gerald Ryan six months ago has resulted in Magic Alibi's victory in the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic.

Albumin racks up another sprint win

Albumin has produced a barnstorming finish at Rosehill to remain unbeaten in two starts this preparation and signal a possible return to stakes class.

Miss Leonidas scores big win at the Valley

Miss Leonidas has given an indication of her class, racing away to a six-length victory in the Embassy Print Solutions Sprint at Moonee Valley.

Rippa a millionaire for Gollan at Ipswich

Tough gelding I'm A Rippa has become trainer Tony Gollan's third horse to pass $1 million in prize money by winning the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

Flow rolls forward effectively at Rosehill

Flow has made a triumphant comeback at Rosehill for Godolphin to suggest a step up in class could beckon for the gelding.

Class tells in Ipswich Cup for Weir

Tradesman has given Darren Weir his first win at the Ipswich racetrack by taking the Ipswich Cup.

Widgee Turf wins again at Moonee Valley

Four-year-old gelding Widgee Turf has claimed his sixth city win of the season, finishing strongly to overhaul Ashlor in a 1200m handicap at Moonee Valley.

Black On Gold helps Waller equal record

Chris Waller says Rosehill winner Black On Gold is typical of the bread-and-butter horses who have helped make his stable the best in Sydney.

Chris Waller racks up training milestone

Chris Waller has posted 300 winners in a season for the first time and is closing in on a personal best in Sydney after victories in Queensland and Rosehill.

Envy win moves Lees to training record

A victory by Envy Of All at Ipswich has given Kris Lees 161-1/2 winners, which is the most he has trained in a season.

La Chica Bella wins for Rachel King

She has her quirks but La Chica Bella has plenty of ability as well and has put it on show at Rosehill.

Princeton continues Sandhu's winning ways

Cranbourne trainer Julius Sandhu is building a handy record from a small team of horses, with Princeton Spirit proving too strong at Moonee Valley.

I Feel Good returns to win Stayers Final

I Feel Good has made up for running second in last year's Winter Stayers Final by winning the race at Ipswich.

My Blue Jeans claims Highway Handicap

Gelding My Blue Jeans has won his first Highway Handicap for trainer Danny Williams at Rosehill and now chases a third successive win at the same track.

McNeil guides Single Note to Valley win

Single Note has rallied strongly to snare a Saturday city win at Moonee Valley in what is her final racing preparation before heading to the breeding barn.

2K Thoroughbreds proves a force at Ipswich

The 2K Thoroughbreds syndicate has scored a quinella in the feature Bundamba Two-Year-Old Handicap at Ipswich.

Nicci's Gold gives Portelli consolation

Nicci's Gold has won at Rosehill, easing trainer Gary Portelli's disappointment with Ronstar's defeat.

Early-spring target for Tahitian Dancer

Tahitian Dancer has broken through for her first victory at Moonee Valley, with trainer Shane Nichols holding spring aspirations for the filly.

Zamex appreciates even playing field

Returning to a track that doesn't favour frontrunners, Zamex has stormed home to win the Ipswich Mile.

Toulouse gets off the mark at Rosehill

First-time winner Toulouse and fellow Lope De Vega gelding Silent Explorer have produced a one-two finish for trainer David Payne at Rosehill.

Fit For Purpose to return to stakes class

Impressive Fit For Purpose is likely to tackle stakes class again after winning at Ipswich.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Rosehill and Ipswich meetings on June 16 with selections for all races.

Country double sets up weekend for Ryan

Trainer Gerald Ryan is looking for results in two states after preparing a winning double at Dubbo, a first for the stable.

Aquanita trainers lodge VCAT appeals

Robert Smerdon and Stuart Webb have joined Liam Birchley and Tony Vasil to fight their disqualifications at the Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal.

Moonee Valley debut for trainer and filly

Trainer Gary Tobias and his three-year-old filly Locktoba Rocks will make their city debuts in the Embassy Print Solutions Sprint at Moonee Valley.

QRIC defends new chief steward

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has defended its new chief steward against allegations of possible conflict of interest.

Blinkers to help Symphonette at Valley

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes has three runners set to compete in separate races at Moonee Valley, headlined by lightly raced two-year-old filly Symphonette.

Parko to steal limelight at Ipswich

Last-start runaway Gold Coast two-year-old winner Parko is set to steal some of the limelight from the stakes horses at Ipswich on Saturday.

Valley test preferred for resuming Gweneth

Trainer Mitchell Beer favours kicking off Gweneth's preparation at Moonee Valley rather than in what looks an easier option at Albury.

Latham back riding high after English woe

Jockey Keagan Latham has rediscovered his love of riding in NSW and his perseverance has been rewarded with a first Saturday city mount at Rosehill.

Harrison to help Ecuador create record

Jockey Tegan Harrison will have to rewrite the record books on Ecuador in the Ipswich Cup if she is to record her 12th career stakes win.

Bayliss to reunite with Pilote D'Essai

Jockey Regan Bayliss will reunite with imported stayer Pilote D'Essai at Moonee Valley for the first time since the stayer's return from a tendon injury.

Spanish Whisper to be sent to Lindsay Park

New Zealand Group Two winner Spanish Whisper will do her future racing for the Lindsay Park stable and be aimed at fillies features in the spring.

Tyzone faces biggest task in Eye Liner

Prolific winner Tyzone faces his biggest challenge against a quality field in the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

Peter Tighe looks at Winx’s return

With Winx now back for her long slow prep toward more history, her part owner Peter Tighe talks about status.

Shoals confirmed to race on and into the Everest

Multiple Group 1 winner Shoals will be going on in the Spring after taking a slot in the Everest under the slot taken by The Star Entertainment Group.

Ciaron Maher talks about Jameka’s issues

Jameka is now back at the stables of Ciaron Maher but her future is not totally assured.

She Will Reign sold overseas

Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign has been sold but will race on into the Spring.

Alex Steedman and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

Racing and Sports Alex Steedman and RNSW’s Brad Gray offer their thoughts on the Rosehill card.

Goulburn Preview

Goulburn races in NSW today where the weather is fine and the track is a Good 4.

Former jockey Maurice Stafford dies

Former jockey and trainer Maurice Stafford, who rode many top horses including Rockhampton champion Ascot Bridge, has died aged 70.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

A solid meeting awaits at Rosehill this Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Moonee Valley

More Winter Championship Series racing but this time at Moonee Valley.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ipswich

They race at Ipswich for the Cup and the Eye Liner on their big day this weekend.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

The main Morphettville track hosts an eight race program on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

The Hyperion Stakes highlights the meeting at Belmont on Saturday.

She Will Reign Sold To International Interests

Golden Slipper Stakes winner She Will Reign has been sold to international interests.

Shoals Fills Everest Slot

Trainer Anthony Freedman is half way to having two starters in the $13 milion Everest after his crack filly Shoals secured her place following an agreement between her owners and slot holder The Star Entertainment Group.

Perth galloper ready for Melbourne debut

Trap For Fools will be chasing the most wins by a horse in Australia for the season when he makes his eastern seaboard debut at Moonee Valley.

Lifestyle prompts Berry's return home

Star jockey Tommy Berry is looking forward to his children enjoying the wide, open spaces of home after they struggled to adapt to life in Hong Kong.

Lees expects Nurse Kitchen to rebound

Nurse Kitchen has found the right trip and track conditions at Rosehill to make amends for two unplaced runs this preparation according to trainer Kris Lees.

Belinda Dunn charged over cobalt positive

Trainer Belinda Dunn has been charged by Racing Victoria stewards after cobalt was detected above the allowed level in a horse in her care after a Tatura win.

Chris Waller to continue Qld winning roll

Champion trainer Chris Waller looks set to continue his winning roll in winter carnival feature races at Ipswich.

Ipswich Cup weights right for First Crush

Chris Munce hopes First Crush can help him become the first person to ride and train an Ipswich Cup winner.

Bon Aurum to make return at Moonee Valley

Group One winner Bon Aurum makes his return from a lengthy injury absence in a 1200m-handicap at Moonee Valley.

Valley run to keep Self Sense ticking over

With a six-week break between runs over jumps, unbeaten hurdler Self Sense will tackle a flat race at Moonee Valley to keep his fitness levels up.

Spring targets on horizon for Ronstar

Trainer Gary Portelli expects to have a clear indication of Ronstar's ability when the two-year-old tries to extend his unbeaten record at Rosehill.

Moonlover chasing a second Valley win

The Matt Laurie-trained Moonlover will be out to back up a last-start Moonee Valley win when she heads to the same track for her next start.

2018 Ipswich Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Easy to stick with an in form Darren Weir runner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday.

2018 Eye Liner Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking some value in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday.

2018 Hyperion Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the first up winner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

Shoals to run for The Star in $13m Everest

Triple Group One-winning filly Shoals has been selected to run for the Star Entertainment Group in the $13 million Everest.

Jake Bayliss should come home: Heathcote

Trainer Robert Heathcote believes jockey Jake Bayliss should consider moving to Queensland after his recent winter carnival success.

Gosford Preview

They race at Gosford on Thursday where the weather is fine and the track is a Soft 6.

Tommy Berry talks about heading home soon

With his Hong Kong stint coming to an end, Tommy Berry is looking forward to finishing that well before heading to Australia.

Lady Aurelia chases back to back King’s Stand Stakes

American trainer Wesley Ward heads to Royal Ascot with Lady Aurelia running in the King’s Stand Stakes.

Clear The Beach returns for Greg McFarlane

After a long time off, Clear The Beach resumes overcoming some rehabilitation from a leg problem.

Savvy Coup looks to return for Michael Pittman

After taking on the Oaks in Sydney after winning the New Zealand version, Savvy Coup is on the way back for the Spring.

Kerry Parker talks about his Derby winner Dark Dream

After overcoming some difficulties in the run prior, Dark Dream now sets the sights on the future after winning the Queensland Derby.

Col Hodges reflects on the career of the late Bob Foran

Following his passing last week, Bob Foran is being remembered for his longevity as a NSW Country race caller.

Zac Purton extends lead in HK premiership

Zac Purton has increased his lead in the Hong Kong jockeys' premiership to five over Joao Moreira with four winners at Happy Valley.

2018 Hyperion Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Nine will run in the 2018 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

Lindsay Park Preview

Check out the thoughts from the Lindsay Park team ahead of this weekend’s action.

James Moore Disqualified For 20 Months

The training career of James Moore, the 25-year-old son of Sydney-based trainer Gary Moore, is in tatters after Macau Jockey Club stewards disqualified him for 20 months on cobalt charges.

NSW Government To Introduce Point Of Consumption Tax

The NSW Government will introduce a 10 percent point of consumption tax on all bets placed by NSW residents with online wagering operators in next week's State Budget.

Maher hasn't ruled out Jameka return

Jameka is in light work at Caulfield, with trainer Ciaron Maher not ruling out the mare making a return to the races.

Black Heart Bart Starts Beach Work For The Spring

Multiple Group One winner Black Heart Bart has begun work for the spring at Darren Weir’s Warrnambool stable.

Touch Of Mink on trial for Guineas trip

Touch Of -Mink can book a trip to the Sunshine Coast Guineas in a bid to win her first black-type race if she runs well at Rosehill for trainer Matthew Smith.

Chadwick keen to engage industry

Queensland's new chief steward, Peter Chadwick, says engaging the industry will be his priority when he takes the helm in August.

Meech out to remain unbeaten on Inn Keeper

Jockey Linda Meech is unbeaten from seven rides on Inn Keeper and hopes to add another victory on the in-form sprinter at Moonee Valley.

McNab for low-key debut at the Gold Coast

Group One-winning jockey Michael McNab is expected to have his first Queensland ride at the Gold Coast.

I'm A Rippa looms as surprise millionaire

Trainer Tony Gollan admits he's surprised I'm A Rippa can become his third million-dollar earner so early in the gelding's career.

Sweet Victory goes up in class at Rosehill

Mark Newnham-trained fillies Sweet Victory and Star Sensation will go head-to-head at Rosehill as they build into winter campaigns.

Another Bullseye on target for Valley race

Another Bullseye will be out to bounce back from an unplaced run last start when she races for the first time in four weeks at Moonee Valley.

Sparkly Star shines as a gelding for Ryan

Gerald Ryan-trained Sparky Star has broken his maiden at Warwick Farm with an impressive win shortly after being gelded.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

As well as all the provincial and international races, Racing and Sports has all the metros covered.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

Take a look at the opinions of the Chris Waller stable for this weekend's big meetings around the land.

Jason Baldock gets job done at Sandown

Jason Baldock has been on a learning curve since making a return to race riding, landing an overdue city win aboard Ice Girl at Sandown.

Sparkling debut for Bubbles'n'Troubles

Bubbles'n'Troubles has made the ideal start to her racing career with a comfortable victory at Warwick Farm for Sydney's leading trainer Chris Waller.

Maher import impressive in Sandown victory

The connections of imported Al Galayel look set for some fun times ahead after the gelding scored an Australian debut win at Sandown.

2018 Eye Liner Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There is a big spread in the weights in the 2018 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday.

Import Hang Man adds Sandown win to record

Lightly raced UK import Hang Man has registered an impressive win at Sandown, his third win from five Australian starts.

Protest repays Guy first-up at Toowoomba

Filly Protest has repaid trainer Bryan Guy's faith in her as a stayer of the future with a strong win at Toowoomba.

2018 Ipswich Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There is not a large field in the 2018 Ipswich Cup run at Ipswich on Saturday.

RQ hopeful on new tax distribution

Racing Queensland is hopeful it can negotiate a strong deal with the state government for the distribution of revenue from a point of consumption tax.

2018 Hyperion Stakes: Nominations

Only eleven are nominated for the 2018 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

First Light Racing to face RADB hearing

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will hear charges laid against First Light Racing and two of its directors.

Sam Weatherley Ready To Join Waller Stable

New Zealand’s champion apprentice Sam Weatherley will bid farewell to NZ racing for his stint in Sydney with the Chris Waller stable after Saturday’s Ruakaka meeting.

New gambling tax for Queensland

The Queensland government has introduced a new point of consumption gambling tax but has not decided where the money is to be allocated.

Ryan Maloney to start fresh in Queensland

Victorian jockey Ryan Maloney has moved to Queensland preparing for a fresh start when he returns from suspension at the beginning of the new season.

Time right for Terry Bailey Singapore move

As Terry Bailey prepares for a move to Singapore, Victoria's outgoing chief steward says tougher penalties are required for those that push boundaries.

Fanning comeback reliant on top jockey

Trainer Clarry Conners will hold off bringing Fanning back to the races at Rosehill if he cannot find a suitable jockey for the gelding.

Daysee Doom on track for Tatt's Tiara

Classy mare Daysee Doom has trialled nicely for her one-off Queensland winter carnival assignment in the Group One Tatt's Tiara.

BRC to address Eagle Farm A grass problems

Brisbane Racing Club officials will meet with trainers to discuss ways to manage the A grass at Eagle Farm after problems with barrier trials.

Echo Gem to extend stable's winning run

Echo Gem will make her debut for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott at Warwick Farm following the stable's four winners at Randwick on the Kensington track.

Egyptian Bullet chases four straight at MV

Egyptian Bullet has defied the odds at her recent outings and will chase a fourth straight win in a heat of the A R Creswick Series at Moonee Valley.

Hang Man ready for next step at Sandown

Lightly raced imported stayer Hang Man is set to take the next step in his career when he contests the Ladbrokes Back Yourself Handicap at Sandown.

2018 Ipswich Cup: Race History

Important Spring form lines the Race History of the 2018 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday.

2018 Eye Liner Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday saw some G1 quality horses win in through the years.

2018 Hyperion Stakes: Race History

Race History of the 2018 Hyperion Stakes run at Belmont on Saturday shows Railway winners have been to the fore.

2018 Prix De Diane: Race History

Some grand fillies are among the Race History of the 2018 Prix De Diane at Chantilly on Sunday.

Nictock to continue resurgence at Rosehill

Buoyed by Nictock's comeback to racing at Rosehill, trainer Cameron Crockett is hoping his stable star makes further improvement second-up at the same venue.

Katelyn Mallyon calls end to riding career

Dual Victorian apprentices' premiership winner Katelyn Mallyon has announced her retirement saying there is more to life than race riding.

Kensington track passes second test

The new Kensington track has received the thumbs-up from Racing NSW stewards and jockeys after successfully coping with an eight-race card.

Lane keeps lead in Melbourne Premiership

Damian Lane maintains a slender lead in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership but will miss the next two city meetings through suspension.

Hussler to add class to Eye Liner

Group One winner Lucky Hussler is expected to add some class to the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

Melham keen on Everest start for Santa

Jockey Ben Melham would love Santa Ana Lane to secure a slot in The Everest, believing the gelding would be hard to beat in the $13 million race.

Coolmore Stud Stakes aim for Written By

Winning the Group One Coolmore Stud Stakes at Flemington is the major target for Blue Diamond winner Written By this spring.

Chadwick new Queensland chief stipe

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has confirmed former Singapore head stipendiary steward Peter Chadwick will be its new chief steward.

RV chief steward Terry Bailey resigns

Terry Bailey, Racing Victoria's chairman of stewards, has resigned to head the stewards panel in Singapore.

Lovani to be aimed at Kensei Handicap

Lovani will return from a frustrating Queensland carnival campaign for Hawkesbury trainer Brad Widdup in the Kensei Handicap at Rosehill.

Warren keeping options open with Bel Sonic

Trainer Jason Warren has a couple of options with Bel Sonic and will wait until after the gelding gallops to decide if his next start will be at Moonee Valley.

Dealmaker aims to match Dundeel in spring

The Chris Waller-trained colt Dealmaker is tracking to emulate his illustrious sire Dundeel as a three-year-old following a maiden win at Randwick.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on June 9.

Another Waller Record In A Season Of Milestones

Chris Waller’s big day out at Doomben on Saturday took him to another prizemoney record to add to his milestone season of personal achievements.

Lindsay Park team gearing up for spring

The mornings may be cold at Lindsay Park's stables at Euroa but their spring hopefuls are back doing light work for their campaigns ahead.

Well-bred Al Khabeer wins on debut

Jockey Andrew Mallyon believes there are better things in store for well-bred Al Khabeer after riding the gelding to a maiden win on debut at Mornington.

Duo off the mark for Waterhouse and Bott

Foreign Territory and Wide Spread Panic have recorded the first wins of their careers in impressive style on the Kensington track at Randwick.

2018 Ipswich Cup: Nominations

There are 17 nominated for the 2018 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday.

2018 Eye Liner Stakes: Nominations

Looks like being a full field going off the nominations for the 2018 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday.

Zac Purton takes lead in HK premiership

Australian jockey Zac Purton has hit the lead in his battle with Joao Moreira for the Hong Kong premiership.

Damien Thornton gets 100th win for season

Jockey Damien Thornton has reached 100 wins in a season for the first time in his career, bringing up the milestone at Swan Hill.

The Bostonian wins Daybreak Lover

The Bostonian has won the Listed Daybreak Lover Handicap at Caloundra to give New Zealand trainer Tony Pike a treble at the meeting.

Katelyn Mallyon Confirms Retirement

Leading female jockey Katelyn Mallyon has confirmed her retirement from race riding.

Tight at top in Melbourne premiership

With 14 metropolitan meetings remaining for the season, Damian Lane leads Craig Williams by one win at the top of the Melbourne jockeys' premiership.

Live To Dream set to make first impression

Live To Dream's first start for Brad Widdup on the Kensington track at Randwick will be a precursor to fillies and mares races in Melbourne.

Ben Currie inquiry could be delayed

There could be a delay in the hearing involving 31 charges against trainer Ben Currie as his lawyers wait for particulars of the stewards' case.

Tasmania Extends Night Racing Season

An extended night racing season of 21 meetings will be a feature of the Tasmanian thoroughbred racing schedule next season.

Bush trip helps boost Santa Ana Lane

A win in the Wagga Town Plate last year has helped Santa Ana Lane win three Group One races this season, including the Stradbroke Handicap.

Ruthless Freedman takes Stradbroke Hcp

Trainer Anthony Freedman has continued his good run in Group One races, winning his sixth of the season with Santa Ana Lane in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Parker gets Group One dream in Qld Derby

Dark Dream's win in the Queensland Derby has given Kembla Grange trainer Kerry Parker his first Group One winner after six minor placings.

Atkins gives Waller another G1 quinella

Stablemates The Autumn Sun and Zousain has given champion trainer Chris Waller another Group One quinella in the JJ Atkins Plate at Doomben.

Sedanzer reigns supreme in Brisbane Cup

Sedanzer has ploughed through heavy going to win the Group Two Brisbane Cup at Doomben, continuing the stellar winter carnival of jockey Tim Clark.

Sambro bounces back in Queensland Guineas

Sambro has bounced back from a barrier disaster two weeks ago to win the Group Two Queensland Guineas.

Ripper finish from Invincibella at Doomben

Invincibella has showed she's right on track for the Group One Tatts Tiara by storming to victory in the Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben.

Hopfgarten wins second Wayne Wilson Mile

Veteran galloper Hopfgarten has turned back the clock two years to win his second Wayne Wilson Mile.

Morgan has big wraps on Savanna Amour

Syndicate boss Grant Morgan believes his mare Savanna Amour is potentially the best horse in Queensland after her win at Doomben.

Jungle Edge gets wet track and wins

Wet-track specialist Jungle Edge has finally got conditions to suit and has duly won the Listed June Stakes at Randwick.

Noire earns crack at Tiara with victory

Consistent mare Noire has joined Chris Waller's assault on the Group One Tatts Tiara at Doomben after a dominant victory at Randwick.

Poignant win for Adkins in Stayer's Cup

Plot Twist has retained his Stayer's Cup crown through a resilient effort at Randwick that provided jockey Andrew Adkins with an emotional win.

I Am Serious emphasises class at Randwick

Former Taree-based mare I Am Serious has thrived on a heavy track at the first opportunity to enhance her record with a seventh career win at Randwick.

Hallelujah Boy claims overdue win

Japanese import Hallelujah Boy has claimed a long-awaited win after handling the wet track at Randwick.

Magical return for Joe Pride sprinter

Brook Magic has nailed her first win over 1100m for trainer Joe Pride to indicate black-type races will be on her agenda as this preparation unfolds.

Spain gets Flemington winner for Price

Zac Spain plans to transfer to the Mick Price stable on loan and the apprentice has gotten the association off to a good start with a win at Flemington.

Queensland Derby win special for Parker

Dark Dream's Queensland Derby win is a special one for trainer Kerry Parker because he could share the Group One victory with his son Aaron.

2018 Dane Ripper Stakes: Invincibella what a bella

Throwing her Tiara cards on the table, Invincibella scored in the 2018 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Rocket Tommy too speedy in Flemington win

Rocket Tommy has continued his affinity for the Flemington straight course with victory in the Ken Cox Handicap.

2018 Queensland Derby: Dark Dream no dream

Getting revenge for the lead up, Dark Dream outstayed them in the 2018 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 JJ Atkins: The Autumn Sun shining brightly

In what is forerunner toward a great Spring, The Autumn Sun was so strong late in the 2018 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

Remember The Name leads in stable quinella

Remember The Name has narrowly beaten Absolute Heaven at Flemington to bring up a stable quinella for trainer Danny O'Brien.

2018 Stradbroke Handicap: Santa Ana Lane keeps giving

Making it three double figure G1 wins this season, Santa Ana Lane took out the 2018 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Walker taken to hospital after Guineas win

Michael Walker has been taken to hospital after being in a distressed state following his win in the Group Two Queensland Guineas aboard Sambro.

2018 Brisbane Cup: Sedanzer such a tough mare

Getting her first win at a staying trip, Sedanzer was far too good in the 2018 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Choysa runs rivals ragged at Flemington

Jockey Kate Walters has allowed Choysa to run his own race in front providing her with a first victory at Flemington.

2018 Queensland Guineas: Sambro bounces back

After being scratched at the gates two weeks back, Sambro took out the 2018 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

Queen's horse wins Belmont Gold Cup

Call To Mind, owned by the Queen, has won the Grade Two Belmont Gold Cup Invitational in New York

The Lion gives trainer Williams a boost

The Lion has won the Highway Handicap at Randwick for Tamworth trainer Michelle Williams.

Stanley looks to spring with The August

The August has made it two wins from as many starts with victory at Flemington and trainer Brent Stanley will now set the colt for a spring campaign.

Dio D'Oro breaks maiden at Randwick

Resuming colt Dio D'Oro has made light work of a heavy track at Randwick to record his first win at the fourth attempt.

Stradbroke Handicap Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Stradbroke Handicap meeting at Doomben on June 9 with selections for all races.

Today's Randwick Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the June Stakes meeting at Randwick on June 9 with selections for all races.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Flemington

Racing and Sports Senior Handicapper Adam Blencowe gives his best for Flemington today on RadioTab.

Vets pass Stradbroke Handicap pair

Racing Queensland vets have given the green light for Endless Drama and Burning Passion to run in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben.

Stradbroke Hopes Alive For Invincible Gem

Trainer Kris Lees rates his Stradbroke Handicap contender Invincible Gem a “live hope” in Brisbane’s richest race at Doomben on Saturday.

Clark not weighed down by lost opportunity

Tim Clark regrets being unable to make weight to partner Perast in the Stradbroke Handicap, but is upbeat about renewing his association with Care To Think.

Forster's patience with Too Good To Refuse

Trainer Desleigh Forster's patience with Too Good To Refuse can be rewarded with a win when the stakes-winning gelding resumes at Doomben.

Timing right for Brook Magic's return

A wet track should be tailor-made for Brook Magic to make a strong return to racing as the Joe Pride-trained filly targets black-type during winter.

Tommy Berry to return to Sydney racing

Australian jockey Tommy Berry has announced he will return home from Hong Kong to Sydney racing next season.

Redkirk Warrior arrives in England

Redkirk Warrior has arrived in England and co-trainer Ben Hayes says reports are the star sprinter has travelled well in preparation for Royal Ascot.

The Monstar primed for Stradbroke

Scone trainer Brett Cavanough is confident the The Monstar will have no trouble with the seven-day back-up into the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.

Freshened Lindsay Park pair set to shine

Miss Gunpowder and Cool Chap have returned to Lindsay Park after interstate raids and are set to line up in the Rod Johnson Handicap at Flemington.

Ryan chasing a first in Queensland Derby

Trainer Nick Ryan is looking to Queensland Derby aspirant Mahamedeis to give him the Group One win that eluded him as a jockey.

Trainer Toby Edmonds to sizzle in Atkins

Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds can put the icing on a great season if Sizzling Ace wins the Group One J J Atkins Stakes at Doomben.

Pointers to Perast's Stradbroke chances

The fact astute trainer Paul Perry and jockey Jeff Lloyd have combined with Perast points to the three-year-old as a top hope in the Stradbroke Handicap.

A look at the Stradbroke Handicap

A look at the history of the Group One Stradbroke Handicap which carries $1.5 million prize money and run again this year at Doomben.

Stayers Cup Gear Change For Doukhan

Veteran stayer Doukhan has an important gear change at Randwick on Saturday when the nine-year-old tackles 3200m for the third time in two months in the ATC Stayers Cup.

Doomben track still in heavy range

Stewards have left the Doomben track at a heavy eight rating after a late afternoon inspection ahead of the Stradbroke meeting.

Learning experience for Black Magnum

Winning debutant Black Magnum has his first start on grass when the Mark Newnham-trained colt takes on the Spring On Sale Handicap at Randwick.

Short winter prep planned for Roddandtodd

Daniel Bowman has a two-run campaign planned for Roddandtodd to give the sprinter the chance to chase good prize money late in his three-year-old season.

Machinegun Jubs needs jockey

Gosford trainer Angela Davies is hoping to secure a jockey for Machinegun Jubs on race day at Randwick as the mare targets black-type in the June Stakes.

Singapore Riding Stint For Emily Finnegan

South Australian-based Irish apprentice Emily Finnegan wil start a three weeks stint in Singapore on Sunday.

Mishani to atone for unlucky defeat

Trainer Chris Anderson believes Mishani Bullitt can make up for an unlucky last start when he runs in the Group Two Queensland Guineas.

Monmouth brings Elwick Eddie to Flemington

In form Tasmanian three-year-old Monmouth makes the trip across Bass Strait to tackle the mainlander at Flemington.

Van Overmeire to be reunited with Doukhan

In-form apprentice Jean Van Overmeire is after his third win on Doukhan when the nine-year-old returns contests Stayers Cup at Randwick.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos and RNSW’s Brad Gray offer their thoughts on the Randwick card.

Jeff Lloyd will ride Perast in the Stradbroke

With only 50kg, Jeff Lloyd has had the time to get down to Perast’s weight in the Stradbroke.

Sally Snow has her fancies for Randwick

Sally Snow from TAB Wagering likes two at Randwick.

Weatherman Tim Bailey cheers Moss Trip

With his horse Moss Trip running at Doomben, Tim Bailey looks at her chances.

Chief Steward Discusses Scratchings For Group One races

With plenty of discussion about horses trying to get into the Stradbroke, Queensland Chief Steward Allan Reardon details how that can happen.

Godolphin’s Paul Reed talks about their Stradbroke hopes

With one of the main elects in the big G1 sprint, Paul Reed from Godolphin is happy with how their chances set up for the Stradbroke.

Racecaller Bob Foran Tribute

Former racecaller from out Gilgandra way Bob Foran passed away this week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

It is the June Stakes at Randwick along with a great feature being the two mile Stayer’s Cup.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

More Winter Championship Series racing but this time at the home of the Finals Flemington.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Stradbroke day is one of the great ones on the Australian calendar as there are feature races all day.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

The Parks track hosts an eight race program on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Winter time is Belmont time in Perth and so it is again on the weekend.

Santa Ana Lane chasing third G1 for season

Santa Ana Lane has already won Group One races in Melbourne and Adelaide this season and will now try to add the Stradbroke Handicap in Brisbane.

Young guns resume battle in J J Atkins

Young guns Spirit of Boom and Zoustar resume their battle to be named Australia's top first-season sire in the Group One J J Atkins Plate at Doomben.

Tangled ruled out of Queensland Derby

Chris Waller could still have five runners in the Queensland Derby despite Tangled being scratched as he has the new first emergency waiting in the wings.

Rising Red out of Brisbane Cup

The Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young-trained Rising Red has been scratched from the Brisbane Cup because of heat in a joint.

RV appeals leniency of Birchley's ban

Racing Victoria has lodged an appeal over the one-year ban handed to Queensland trainer Liam Birchley in the Aquanita case, arguing it is too lenient.

Pateman and Barton hit with cobalt charges

Steven Pateman and stable employee Jessica Barton have been charged by stewards over a positive swab to cobalt returned by a horse before a steeplechase.

Ben Currie nominations refused in NSW

Racing NSW stewards have ruled Queensland trainer Ben Currie cannot start horses in NSW while charges against him are pending.

Cummings wants two Stradbroke runners

Godolphin's head trainer James Cummings is hoping emergency Osborne Bulls can get a start to join Impending in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Damien Thornton nears 100 wins for season

In-form jockey Damien Thornton has a big book of rides at Flemington and is closing in on 100 winners in a season for the first time.

Araaja equipped to impress at Randwick

Araaja is building towards her first win for trainer Chris Waller, with a wet track at Randwick enhancing her prospects in the Winter Racing Handicap.

Red Dream set for Stayers Cup

Red Dream will race at Randwick for the first time in three years when he runs in the marathon Stayers Cup.

Scottish aims for hat-trick at Flemington

After wins at Pakenham and Sandown, Scottish Rogue will attempt to keep the winning run going when he lines up in the Eugene Gorman Handicap at Flemington.

Waller chasing $5 million in Queensland

Trainers Chris Waller and Tony Gollan are battling to see who will be first to break the $5 million prize money barrier in a Queensland metropolitan season.

Tegan Harrison retains Siren's Fury ride

Tegan Harrison hopes to repeat her recent stakes win on Siren's Fury when they tackle the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben.

Matt Dunn concentrates on positives

Trainer Matt Dunn wants to concentrate on the positives with Care To Think again drawing a wide alley in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Some early scratchings on Stradbroke day

Chris Waller has taken three horses out early for the big Doomben meeting on Saturday.

Nick Smith discusses Royal Ascot prospects

Head of Royal Ascot Communications Nick Smith outlines the chances of the Australian contingent at the royal meeting this year.

Greg Rudolph talks the new training track at Hawkesbury

A new polytrack is now in place at Hawkesbury and Greg Rudolph talks about its impact.

Champagne Cuddles is fav in the Stradbroke for Bjorn Baker

After drawing inside and running so well in the lead up, Champagne Cuddles is the favourite in the Stradbroke.

Jamie Kah gets the mount on Super Cash at Doomben

Heading over from Adelaide, Jamie Kah rides good mare Super Cash in the Stradbroke Hcp.

Skye Bogenhuber rides The Monstar in the Stradbroke

With the prospect of more rain, Skye Bogenhuber’s mount The Monstar can repay his late entry fee in the Stradbroke.

Lindsay Park Preview

Check out the thoughts from the Lindsay Park team ahead of this weekend’s action.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

As well as all the provincial and international races, Racing and Sports has all the metros covered.

2018 Stradbroke Handicap: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the WFA form in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Derby: Tips and Race Preview

The Sydney form is the play in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 JJ Atkins: Tips and Race Preview

Chris Waller dominates the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Brisbane Cup: Tips and Race Preview

The class runner heads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dane Ripper Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Any of these mares be a part of the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Guineas: Tips and Race Preview

Going for some value in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

MVRC announce 13 Cox Plate invitees

Some of the best middle distance horses in the world have been issued invitations by the Moonee Valley Racing Club to contest this year's Cox Plate.

Ethan Brown cops eight-meet ban at Sandown

Apprentice Ethan Brown failed to ride a winner at Sandown and was later suspended for eight meetings and fined $500 by Racing Victoria stewards.

Derasa on target for first Melbourne start

Three-year-old Tasmanian filly Derasa will make her first Melbourne appearance at Flemington and trainer Barry Campbell is expecting a good showing.

Monsieur Sisu nails city win for Paul Cave

Warwick Farm trainer Paul Cave has secured his first metropolitan win in Sydney this season through maiden-breaking gelding Monsieur Sisu at Canterbury.

Fighting Harada potential Guineas prospect

Jockey Michael Walker has high hopes for Fighting Harada after he scored his first city success in the Clabrooke Racing Handicap at Sandown.

Jeff Lloyd stands down at Gold Coast

Brisbane's premier rider Jeff Lloyd will need a medical certificate before he rides three-year-old Perast in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Control freak gets the job done at Sandown

Nordic Empire has led home his opposition under apprentice Stephanie Thornton to take out the Dream Thoroughbreds Handicap at Sandown.

Braces goes back-to-back for Greg Hickman

The Greg Hickman-trained gelding Braces can look forward to a rare trip to Rosehill after recording consecutive city wins at Warwick Farm and Canterbury.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

Take a look at the opinions of the Chris Waller stable for this weekend's big meetings around the land.

Propelle out to boost rating at Flemington

Co-trainer Simon Zahra is hoping for a strong performance from Propelle at Flemington in a bid to boost the filly's rating ahead of a possible spring campaign.

Baker says Champagne Cuddles can shine

Trainer Bjorn Baker believes things have fallen into place for Champagne Cuddles to shine in the Group One Stradbroke Hcp on Saturday.

Spieth to beat hoodoos in Stradbroke

Despite drawing the outside barrier, stud-bound Spieth is primed to break a couple of hoodoos in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben.

Perizada presses on as retirement beckons

Dogged mare Perizada is looking to continue her consistent preparation for Canberra trainers Ron Weston and John Nisbet with more black-type in the June Stakes.

Stradbroke time back to the 1970s

The Stradbroke Hcp will be run as race five at Doomben on Saturday in a flashback to the 1970s when major races were run mid afternoon.

Lees Doubles His Derby Chances

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees will have two runners in Saturday’s $600,000 Queensland Derby at Doomben after deciding to give Turnberry his chance in the classic with stablemate Banner Season.

Luck Favours ruled out of Royal Ascot

Luck Favours has spiked a temperature and will not make the trip to England for the Royal Ascot meeting.

2018 Brisbane Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Disappointingly only ten will run in the 2018 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dane Ripper Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Jason Coyle’s mares have drawn inside and out in the 2018 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Guineas: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Plenty of in form 3yos contest the 2018 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Stradbroke Handicap: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some important runners are the emergencies in the 2018 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Derby: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Many of the Waller army in the 2018 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday drew wide.

2018 JJ Atkins: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The favoured runners drew OK in the 2018 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

Champagne outright Stradbroke favourite

The Bjorn Baker-trained three-year-old filly Champagne Cuddles is the outright favourite for the Stradbroke Handicap after drawing gate one.

Care To Think due for better barrier luck

Care To Think has been dogged by bad barriers in his recent races and is due for a change of luck in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Siren's Fury would relish Stradbroke role

Jason Coyle has no fears about upgrading Siren's Fury into the Stradbroke Handicap is she happens to make the field for the $1.5 million feature at Doomben.

Jungle Edge to get Randwick track to suit

Cranbourne trainer Mick Bell believes sprinter Jungle Edge is poised to make a successful return in the June Stakes at Randwick after a freshen-up.

Waller Snaps Up Brave Smash For Everest Slot

Group One winner Brave Smash will race for the Chris Waller Racing slot in the $13 million Everest at Randwick in October.

Queensland Oaks winner to run in Derby

Queensland Oaks winner Youngstar will attempt to become the first filly in a decade to add the Derby to her Classic victory.

Step up in class for late blooming Tonsor

Matt Smith can finally run slow maturer Tonsor at a metropolitan meeting after the four-year-old made a winning debut at Kembla Grange.

Early Flemington appointment for Crossing

Crossing The Abbey kicks off a light winter campaign at Flemington in preparation for a tilt at the three-year-old fillies races in the spring.

Shinn has careless riding ban reduced

Blake Shinn has had a careless riding suspension reduced by the Racing NSW Appeal Panel.

Another poor draw for Rossman at Sandown

The random barrier draws haven't been working in favour of Rossman who has again drawn off the track in a three-year-old race at Sandown.

Mott has suspension shaved by RAD Board

Jockey Jamie Mott has had an eight-meeting suspension reduced to six by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

New Owners Have Big Plans For Augustus

New Zealand's Te Akau Racing will start recent acquisition Augustus in Saturday’s $500,000 Queensland Derby at Doomben but his long-term goal lies further afield.

Speedster Derryn to stand in New Zealand

Group One-placed sprinter Derryn will stand at New Zealand's Grangewilliam Stud in the upcoming breeding season.

Brave Smash for Chris Waller Everest slot

Trainers Chris Waller and Darren Weir will be allies with the Australian Bloodstock-owned Brave Smash to run for Waller in the $13 million Everest.

2018 Stradbroke Handicap: Race History

One of the great races on the calendar is the 2018 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Derby: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 Queensland Derby run at Doomben on Saturday shows it’s often a forerunner to bigger things.

2018 JJ Atkins: Race History

Guineas form lines the Race History of the 2018 JJ Atkins run at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Brisbane Cup: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 Brisbane Cup run at Doomben on Saturday has changed dramatically since the reduction in journey.

2018 Dane Ripper Stakes: Race History

G1 mares form stands up in the Race History of the 2018 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Guineas: Race History

Race History of the 2018 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday shows the fillies can run well.

South Australian Trainer Disqualified By NSW Stewards

A South Australian trainer has been disqualified by NSW stewards on race day treatment charges and conspiring to have horses stomach tubed before they raced at Broken Hill in March.

July return to Sydney racing for Bowman

After a recent stint in Japan after the autumn carnival, champion jockey Hugh Bowman is planning to make his return to Sydney race riding in a few weeks.

Matthew Leek disqualified for 12 months

Trainer Matthew Leek has been disqualified for 12 months after being found guilty of two charges relating to attempted race day treatment.

Destiny's Kiss entered for Stayers Cup

Destiny's Kiss has been entered for the Stayers Cup at Randwick as insurance against a high Brisbane Cup weight.

Brisbane Trip For Fundamentalist

Impressive Victorian filly Fundamentalist will be sent to Brisbane for a crack at Saturday’s JJ Atkins Stakes at Doomben.

First horses on Hawkesbury Polytrack

The first horses have galloped on the Polytrack at Hawkesbury in a test run for the new synthetic surface.

Wet track hopes for Samantha in June Stks

Trainer Gerald Ryan is looking for rain to help Samantha turn her form around in the Listed June Stakes at Randwick.

Cumani still learning about Greycliffe

Matt Cumani is planning to start Greycliffe over 2000m at Flemington but may keep two-year-old Anthemoessa for another day.

Ben Currie loses positive swab appeal

Trainer Ben Currie has lost an appeal against a conviction on a swab charge which is unrelated to 31 other charges he is facing.

Mark Du Plessis to ride Most Important

Mark Du Plessis will ride the Tony Gollan-trained Most Important in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben.

Bowman's home town a Cup Tour destination

Hugh Bowman's home town Dunedoo in country NSW is one of 37 destinations for the 2018 Melbourne Cup Tour which will also visit Ireland, the UK and South Korea.

Weir Has Four In The Stradbroke

Japanese import Danon Liberty is shaping as the key runner among the four horses set to represent the Darren Weir stable in the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Rain to help Miss Sara in Atkins

Trainer Les Ross is hoping predicted rain arrives to help tough filly Miss Sara in the Group One J J Atkins Stakes at Doomben.

Viddora In Clear After Scans

Bone scans have cleared Group One winner Viddora of injury concerns.

2018 Stradbroke Handicap: Nominations

It is shaping up as an even edition of the 2018 Stradbroke Handicap run at Doomben on Saturday.

Megablast Earns Brisbane Cup Start

A gritty run for third in Saturday’s PJ O’Shea Stakes has convinced Kiwi trainer Nigel Tiley that stable staying star Megablast is on target to contest the Brisbane Cup this coming weekend.

Innes Making The Most Of Working Holiday

Senior New Zealand rider Leith Innes made the most of a gilt-edged opportunity at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday when he guided the Chris Waller trained Egg Tart to a convincing victory in the PJ O’Shea Stakes.

Australian Debut For Irish Rider

Toby Atkinson, the 28-year-old son of famous Irish jockey Pat Eddery, will kick off his Australian riding career at Wangaratta on Monday.

2018 Queensland Derby: Nominations

Some promising youngsters head the Nominations for the 2018 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 JJ Atkins: Nominations

Chris Waller holds the important nominations for the 2018 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Brisbane Cup: Nominations

It might not be a big field off the nominations for the 2018 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dane Ripper Stakes: Nominations

Nominations for the 2018 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday show a strong group of fillies and mares entered.

2018 Queensland Guineas: Nominations

Many of the 3yos in the nominations for the 2018 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday are desperate for the mile.

Study Of Man wins French Derby

Study Of Man has claimed Classic glory in the Prix du Jockey Club, the French Derby, at Chantilly.

The Monstar to head to Stradbroke

Aquis Farm will pay the $45,000 late entry fee to put Moreton Cup winner The Monstar into the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.

Waller aiming at Doomben G1 races

Chris Waller will be well represented at Doomben in the three Group One events on Brisbane's biggest race day.

Lindsay Park with G1 chances in Brisbane

The Lindsay Park team is set to have four horses in Group One races at Doomben on Stradbroke Handicap day, including Fundamentalist in the J J Atkins Plate.

Han Xin Derby Hope For Waterhouse/Bott

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have transformed Han Xin from a sprinter to a stayer and a contender for the Group One Queensland Derby.

Impending set for back-to-back Stradbrokes

Impending's winning form on his least favoured wet tracks has the Godolphin stable confident he can win back-to-back Stradbroke Handicaps.

Pride wary of Destiny's Kiss Cup handicap

Joe Pride hopes veteran Destiny's Kiss's crack at the Brisbane Cup will not be jeopardised on the strength of his victory in the McKell Cup at Randwick.

New Stradbroke rider for Most Important

Trainer Tony Gollan will choose a new rider for Most Important with Jim Byrne switching to local Crack Me Up in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Trainers want tax to go to racing

Queensland trainers want all revenue raised through a new point of consumption tax to go to the racing industry.

Race lopped from Stradbroke Day meeting

The Daybreak Lover Stakes will be moved to the Sunshine Coast to protect the Doomben track on Stradbroke day.

Masar Wins The Derby For Godolphin

Godolphin landed their Investec English Derby following Masar's 16/1 success in the premier classic at Epsom Downs on Saturday.

Experience to guide baby at Royal Ascot

Two-year-old Luck Favours will have the experienced Redkirk Warrior as a travelling companion when she heads to England for the Royal Ascot meeting.

Lane among four riders suspended at Valley

Four riders have been suspended for careless riding at Moonee Valley, including Damian Lane, who was outed for eight meetings.

Epidemic shares in feature race limelight

Epidemic has grabbed her own share of the black-type spotlight from older brother Impending by winning the Listed Helen Coughlan Stakes at Caloundra.

Bogenhuber lifts The Monstar to Cup win

Skye Bogenhuber has won her first Group Two race on The Monstar for trainer Brett Cavanough in the Moreton Cup at Caloundra.

Egg Tart returns to her best in O'Shea

Egg Tart has returned to her best to score her first win in a year in the Group Two PJ O'Shea Stakes at Caloundra.

Snippets Land in upset win at Caloundra

Snippets Land has come from the outside barrier to score his first win in two years at Caloundra.

Tarzan conquers rivals in Lightning Hcp

Track specialist Tarzan completed a long-range mission hatched by trainer Stuart Kendrick when he won the Lightning Handicap at Caloundra.

Commander too good in Phoenix Stakes

Trainer John Thompson will confer with Commander's owners before committing the Phoenix Stakes winner to a start in next week's JJ Atkins Stakes.

Granny Red Shoes dominates Oxlade rivals

A dominant win by Granny Red Shoes on the Sunshine Coast is likely to earn her an extended winter carnival campaign.

Sir Bacchus in overdue Rosehill win

Sir Bacchus has recaptured his winning form at Rosehill after a long injury-related break to beat stablemates New Universe and Invinzabeel.

Top Striker on the mark for Greg Hickman

Top Striker has won at Rosehill, the first time the enigmatic gelding has tasted victory since December 2016.

Volpe rebounds from frustrating exercise

Volpe has responded to a quick back-up in style for Goulburn trainer Danny Williams by upsetting favourite I Am Serious at Rosehill.

Princess Posh back in winners' circle

Princess Posh has returned to the winners' circle at Rosehill, with trainer Kris Lees hoping she can continue to shine.

Change of plan works perfectly for Dagny

Chris Waller has lauded Kerrin McEvoy's tactical nous after the jockey changed plans for Dagny before the mare nailed the Eremein Handicap at Rosehill.

Brief Rosehill trip pays off for Thompson

Veteran jockey Robert Thompson justified his trip to Rosehill for a single ride by coolly guiding promising filly Dawn Dawn to her third career victory.

Qld Guineas possible for Gresham

Connections will consider a Queensland Guineas start for Gresham after he stepped up to Saturday class to win at Rosehill.

First try at Valley lands SA pair a win

Tildy Lad has given trainer South Australians Jeff Searle and apprentice Anna Jordsjo a Moonee Valley win at their first attempt.

Lite'n In My Veins wins well at Valley

The Ciaron Maher-trained Lite'n In My Veins has made it four wins from his past five starts with victory over 2040m at Moonee Valley.

Grey beard gets the job done at the Valley

Jacquinot Bay is enjoying life at Lindsay Park and the 10-year-old has proved too strong for younger opponents in the Kate O'Sullivan Mile at Moonee Valley.

Tatt's Tiara option for Jamaican Rain

Talented mare Jamaican Rain could have earned a crack at the Group One Tattersall's Tiara with victory as a short-priced favourite at Moonee Valley.

Radiant Choice returns to town to win

Former city-trained horse Radiant Choice has returned to his former home at Rosehill to score an impressive win in a Highway Handicap.

Andrews lands breakthrough win with Aquada

Stable star Spirit Of Aquada has given trainer Gareth Andrews an important victory in the Bernadette Turner Handicap at Moonee Valley.

Snowden puts Spending To Win in right race

Champion trainer Peter Snowden has shown his ability to pick the right races for his horses with Spending To Win's victory at Caloundra.

Hellyer clear to keep riding at Caloundra

Jockey Michael Hellyer has been cleared to keep riding at Caloundra after a fall in the first race.

Anjana remains unbeaten with Valley win

Promising filly Anjana has made it three wins from as many starts with a convincing victory in her city debut at Moonee Valley.

Unbeaten Ronstar on track for next step up

Promising two-year-old Ronstar faces a jump in distance and grade after a Rosehill victory that could renew overseas interest.

Sunshine Coast Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Sunshine Coast Turf Club meeting at Caloundra with selections for all races.

Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Rosehill meeting on June 2 with selections for all races.

Stewards adjourn Browne inquiry

Stewards have adjourned a running and handling inquiry into jockey Damian Browne's ride on Fighting Teo at the Sunshine Coast.

Forever Together breaks maiden in Oaks

Forever Together has broken her maiden status with a strong staying performance to win the Oaks at Epsom.

Cracksman made to fight for victory

Cracksman has had to call on all his reserves to claim a narrow victory in the Coronation Cup at Epsom.

Trainer Logan McGill to face RAD Board

Stewards have issued two charges against trainer Logan McGill after a prohibited substance was detected in a post-race blood sample of one of his runners.

Trainer Ben Currie gets temporary stay

Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has been given a stay until five days after an internal review into his suspension which means he can resume training.

Prizemoney Increases For Cups And Cox Plate

Significant prize money increases have been announced for Victorian racing, highlighted by boosts to the Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate.

Prize money boost for Vic country racing

Part of a number of prize money increases announced for Victoria racing includes a boost to country Cups and grassroots racing in the state.

Angland to build on record metro season

Tye Angland has surpassed his most successful season in Sydney with 63 city winners eclipsing the mark he set as champion apprentice in 2006/07.

Calanda gets things to suit in Moreton Cup

The decision to switch Calanda's campaign to the Sunshine Coast could reap the gelding a Group Two win in the Moreton Cup.

Nieta finally finds ideal track conditions

Nieta' will get her preferred rain-affected track at the Sunshine Coast when she takes on her sibling Tumbler in the Lightning Handicap.

Irish Bet set for comeback at Rosehill

Promising colt Irish Bet will make his return from an illness-enforced spell at Rosehill before an anticipated break to prepare him for a spring campaign.

Highly Geared lifts Kirkup during comeback

Garry Kirkup says a low-key return to training has aided his rehabilitation from a car accident that left him grieving partner Samara Johnson.

Laura Cheshire in Group Two comeback

Jockey Laura Cheshire has renewed an old association to get her first Group Two ride in more than a decade at the Sunshine Coast.

Heavy Track Suits Lees Team At Sunshine Coast

Blinkers are back on Just Dreaming at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday as trainer Kris Lees readies her for her major winter carnival target.

Michael McNab to ride for Waller in Qld

New Zealand jockey Michael McNab will head to Chris Waller's Gold Coast base to try his hand as Queensland stable jockey for the leading trainer.

Yamazaki to chase black type

Promising filly Yamazaki will be chasing valuable black-type status when she runs in the Phoenix Stakes at the Sunshine Coast.

O'Lonera kicks off winter at the Valley

Stayer O'Lonera starts his winter campaign when he runs in the Kate O'Sullivan Mile at Moonee Valley.

Griffiths saddles up chances at the Valley

Cranbourne trainer Robbie Griffiths saddles up some strong chances at Moonee Valley as he looks to get some luck swinging his way.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos and RNSW’s Brad Gray offer their thoughts on the Rosehill card.

Chris Munce chasing 50 winners

Trainer Chris Munce is hoping Snoopy can help him reach 50 winners for the season for the first time by winning the Queensland Lightning at the Sunshine Coast.

Dreams Aplenty back in form

Tough gelding Dreams Aplenty can consign his only bad run to history when he tackles the Listed Spear Chief Handicap at the Sunshine Coast.

Sally Snow has her fancies for Rosehill

Sally Snow from TAB Wagering likes two for Rosehill on Saturday.

South Aussie pair tackle first Valley trip

Trainer Jeff Searle and apprentice Anna Jordsjo will get their first look at Moonee Valley when Tildy Lad runs in the WT Partnership Handicap.

Jack Bruce for Bjorn Baker looks at the stable

For Bjorn Baker, Jack Bruce from his yard has high hopes for runners this weekend and next.

John O’Shea talks Irish Bet and Live and Free

With some nice horses in the stable, John O’Shea has high hopes for the next few weeks.

Stephen Jones discusses Akasaki’s Rosehill chances

Coming off a big win recently, Akasaki can contend once again for Stephen Jones.

Peter Snowden has good chances on Saturday

Peter Snowden looks to the opening race at Rosehill for one of his big hopes on the day.

Prize money boost for Cups and Cox Plate

Significant prize money increases have been announced for Victorian racing, including boosts to the Melbourne Cup, Caulfield Cup and Cox Plate.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Winter racing is back in vogue on the Rosehill card on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Moonee Valley

More Winter Championship Series racing but this time at Moonee Valley.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Sunshine Coast

In a change to the carnival, Sunshine Coast holds the lead up to Stradbroke week with two Group races.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

The Parks track hosts an eight race program on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Winter time is Belmont time in Perth and so it is again on the weekend.

O'Brien's Epsom ground concerns for Oaks

Aidan O'Brien has some concerns about the soft ground for his five runners in the Oaks at Epsom.

Courgette fetches $2.1 million

Courgette, the dam of Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, has been sold for $2.1 million.

Field of 12 for Derby at Epsom

Saxon Warrior heads a field of 12 to give trainer Aidan O'Brien a seventh Derby at Epsom.