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Highway debut for Bulala, Peter Morgan

Peter Morganis bringing Bulala to Randwick for the Highway Handicap, the Wagga trainer's first visit to the track since it was redeveloped in 2013.

Schweida won't miss Girl's Tiara run

Kelly Schweida missed Miss Cover Girl winning last year's Tatt's Tiara but will be at Doomben as as she attempts her defence.

Peter Ellis Flemington Audio Preview

Leading Form Analyst Peter Ellis dissects Saturday's racing at Flemington.

Hot Ruby peaking for Provincial Plate

Hot Ruby and premiership-leading jockey Beau Mertens have already combined for one Flemington win this campaign and will chase another in the Provincial Plate.

Mitch Aitken suspended for three months

Racing Victoria stewards have suspended apprentice Mitch Aitken from race riding for three months after he returned a positive test to a banned substance.

Double may get the Stockdale ball rolling

As the depths of winter approach, Brandon Stockdale is hoping his 3kg claim can be put to good use, starting at Flemington.

Madotti set to mock bookmakers

Matt Dunn believes a good barrier and a dry track gives Madotti the chance to recapture her best form in the Group One Tattersall's Tiara.

Godolphin facing strangles inquiry

Racing NSW stewards will hold an inquiry into an alleged finding of strangles in a horse from the Godolphin stable last year.

Simon Dinopoulos’ Saturday Best for Tiara day

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos has his best early at Doomben.

Nathan Exelby Previews Doomben

The Courier Mail’s Nathan Exelby looks at the Tatts Tiara program.

Pelethronius runs for David Pfieffer at Randwick

Pelethronius is two from two this time in and Pfieffer indicates he loves wet tracks.

Richard Freedman looks at Auvray’s chances at Randwick

Auvray is back from Brisbane carnival efforts and Freedman is trying things to switch him on.

Matt Dale talks about Fell Swoop into The Everest

With his entry now confirmed, Fell Swoop can target the $10m race and Matt Dale is looking forward to the competition.

Will Lady Aurelia run in The Everest?

After her brilliant effort in the King’s Stand, US Bloodstock Agent John Moynihan talks about the big win at Royal Ascot.

Trainer Ben Currie to maintain momentum

Trainer Ben Currie has recovered from a virus in time to oversee his team which tackles races at three centres including Doomben.

2017 Tatts Tiara: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday is for the favourite.

2017 WJ Healy Stakes: Latest Betting

The latest betting for the 2017 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday finds a good betting event.

2017 Tatts Cup: Latest Betting

With the favourite out, latest betting for the 2017 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday has been greatly altered.

2017 Coronation Stakes: Race History and Market

The 2017 Coronation Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Friday is Ascot’s version of the 1000 Guineas.

2017 Commonwealth Cup: Race History and Market

The 2017 Commonwealth Cup run at Royal Ascot on Friday is the feature sprint for the three year olds.

Tatts Tiara Waiting Game Almost Over For Danish Twist

Trainer Kris Lees has played a waiting game with Danish Twist in a bid to secure her first Group 1 win at Doomben on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

It is Randwick, so naturally it has rained again this week leading into Saturday’s races.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

The final G1 of the season is the Tatts Tiara and it is a soft track at this stage.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

They race at Flemington this week in Melbourne and it is on a good surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

They stay on the main track this Saturday in Adelaide.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Racing in Perth this Saturday is on a good surface at Belmont.

Fell Swoop gains start in The Everest

William Inglis and Son have named Canberra sprinter Fell Swoop as their representative in the $10 million Everest.

Lees Acceptors To Bypass Randwick

Newcastle-trained stablemates Wahng Wah and Launch Code are unlikely starters at Randwick on Saturday.

Joe Osborne gets top job at Godolphin

Joe Osborne has been confirmed as the new chief executive for the global Godolphin operation.

Chris Waller Stable Update for 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.

Watch a great Ascot Gold Cup clash

A crowd favourite Big Orange and the defending champ Order Of St George provided a superb battle in the feature race of Royal Ascot.

Big Orange wins Gold Cup at Royal Ascot

Popular stayer Big Orange has fended off the challenge from last year's winner Order Of St George to win the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot.

Heavenly Anna hellishly hard to handle

Temperamental mare Heavenly Anna is favoured to end Test The World's winning streak at Randwick but her trainer Kerry Parker still faces an anxious wait.

Positive change for filly at Doomben

Trainer Bryan Guy has elected to switch races for filly Absolutlypositivly at Doomben to chase black type.

Greviste chasing back-to-back city wins

Lightly raced three-year-old Greviste will be out to add another win to his last-start Moonee Valley performance when he runs at Flemington.

Punting fraud ran 'Ponzi scheme': court

Racing identity Bill Vlahos has returned to court in Victoria over allegations he defrauded more than $120 million from members of his punting club.

Tommy Berry impressed with Prompt Response

Tommy Berry is confident he can claim the last Group One race of the season on Prompt Response in the Tatt's Tiara before the jockey heads to Hong Kong.

Tatt's Cup weight a worry for Rudy

Rudy will join a stellar group if he can carry top weight to win the Tattersall's Cup at Doomben.

Mio Dio up for the challenge at Flemington

Adelaide galloper Mio Dio is ready for the challenge when he takes on Tasmanian Tshahitsi over 1400 metres at Flemington.

Pat Duff pays Brooker a compliment

Trainer Pat Duff has paid apprentice Tiffani Brooker a big compliment by booking her for veteran Steel Zip in the Group Three Healy Stakes.

Tiara barrier a concern for Bidii Babe

Robert Heathcote hopes the good vibes from a visit by former stable star Buffering can rub off on Tattersall's Tiara hopeful Bidii Babe.

Cassidy at Randwick for cancer charity

Hall of Fame jockey Jimmy Cassidy will speak at a function at Randwick to raise money for country cancer patients.

Elite Tiger on target for Provincial Plate

The Provincial Plate at Flemington has been a long-range target for Elite Tiger who will have to overcome a wide barrier in the $100,000 race.

Tessera primed for dashing return

Godolphin sprinter Tessera is looking to bounce back from a tough run on the controversial Eagle Farm track when he runs in the Winter Dash at Randwick.

Darren Beadman with another G1 hope

Darren Beadman hopes he can have two runners in the Tattersall's Tiara as he chases his second training win in a Group One race.

Trainer Gerald Ryan deploys right gear

Blinkers have turned Deploy's form around and he is now looking at back-to-back stakes wins in Brisbane.

2017 Tatts Tiara: Tips and Race Preview

The form should stand up from two weeks ago as we see in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 WJ Healy Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday sees an in form horse well supported.

2017 Tatts Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday which isn’t the strongest edition.

2017 Ascot Gold Cup: Race History and Market

The 2017 Ascot Gold Cup run at Royal Ascot on Thursday is the main event of the Royal festival.

Morrish eyes off Flemington with stayers

Simon Morrish is taking a wait-and-see approach with last-start winner Shakopee ahead of Flemington.

Randwick track expected to improve

The Randwick track is expected to improve slightly but will remain in the heavy range.

Brando to fire for Neville Bell at Doomben

Brisbane Racing Club chairman Neville Bell could finally have some good news this winter if Brando can win at Doomben.

Houtzen Back In Work

The Toby Edmonds-trained Houtzen (I Am Invincible) is back in light work ahead of a spring campaign.

Beadman Hoping For Two Tiara Runners

Darren Beadman is hoping to be double handed in the Tattersall’s Tiara on Saturday.

Highland Reel records sixth Group One win

The much-travelled Highland Reel has won the Prince of Wales's Stakes at Royal Ascot for Coolmore and trainer Aidan O'Brien.

Christian Reith outed for careless riding

Christian Reith has been suspended for four meetings after pleading guilty to a careless riding charge at Canterbury.

Smooth maiden victory for Manicure

Godolphin filly Manicure has bounced back from a rough debut to open her account with an impressive maiden victory at Canterbury.

Weather dictates Miss Iano Flemington run

Miss Iano needs a wet track if she is to chase a fourth straight win at Flemington.

Oneness gives Mel Eggleston great start

Trainer Mel Eggleston's new association with Cressfield Stud is off to a flying start with Oneness winning at the Gold Coast.

Counter Pulse to make interstate debut

In-form South Australian sprinter Counter Pulse will race in Melbourne for the first time in an 1100m open handicap at Flemington with Clare Lindop aboard.

Apprentice suspended for gambling

Queensland apprentice Baylee Nothdurft has been suspended for three months for betting on his TAB account.

Balius snares first Sydney win

Four-year-old Balius has claimed his first Sydney win, taking out a 1500m-handicap at Canterbury.

Dwayne Dunn wins on return from suspension

Multiple Group One-winning jockey Dwayne Dunn has made an immediate impact on his return from a careless riding suspension with a winner at Bendigo.

Dwayne Dunn wins on return from suspension

Multiple Group One-winning jockey Dwayne Dunn has made an immediate impact on his return from a careless riding suspension with a winner at Bendigo.

Lord Von Costa dashes to Randwick

Albury gelding Lord Von Costa will have his first start in Sydney for more than a year when he contests the Winter Dash at Randwick.

Smith Primed For Spring With Scales Of Justice

WA trainer Lindsey Smith provides an update on his stable star Scales Of Justice prior to a likely trip east for the spring carnival.

New country series with Flemington final

Racing Victoria and the Victoria Racing Club have announced a nine-race country series with a final at Flemington on Oaks day.

Kevin Kemp Audio On Sold For Song

Kevin Kemp discusses the chances of Sold For Song heading into Saturday's Group 1 Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben.

Jason Maskiell Permitted To Ride In Trials

Jason Maskiell has been permitted to ride in trials as the Tasmanian jockey looks to make a return to race riding at the start of next season.

James Orman on song to celebrate

James Orman can mark three years as a metropolitan class jockey with his first Group One win on his favourite horse Sold For Song.

Manicure Puts Forgettable Debut Behind Her

Manicure has put a tough debut outing behind her by taking out the opening event at Canterbury on Wednesday.

2017 Tatts Tiara: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 will take their place in the 2017 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 WJ Healy Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Sydney trainers look to hold the key in the 2017 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Tatts Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are only eight runners in the 2017 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes: Race History and Market

The 2017 Prince Of Wales’s Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Wednesday is the event for the WFA stars at the Championship distance.

In Her Time draws 16 in Tattersall's Tiara

Pre-race favourite In Her Time has drawn wide in barrier 16 of 21 for the Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben.

Queensland trainer outed for cobalt

Country Queensland trainer Ricky Vale has been outed for 12 months after three horses were found to have illegal cobalt levels.

Melbourne Cup aim for Royal Ascot winner

The Melbourne Cup is a target for the Willie Mullins-trained Thomas Hobson following his win at Royal Ascot.

Lady Aurelia wins at Royal Ascot again

Lady Aurelia has added another Royal Ascot win to her record for American trainer Wesley Ward.

Racing Queensland Welcomes Tabcorp-Tatts Merger

Racing QLD CEO Dr Eliot Forbes has welcomed The Australian Competition Tribunal's decision to approve the $11 billion combination of Tabcorp and Tatts.

Lady Aurelia Owner Confirms Interest In The Everest

George Bolton, one of the owners of King's Stand Stakes winner Lady Aurelia, has confirmed The Everest is certainly in the minds of the connections.

Dunn Puts Hand Up For Chautauqua

Dwayne Dunn has put himself forward to take over from Tommy Berry as the rider on Group One-winning sprinter Chautauqua The Everest on October 14.

Velocano To Debut At Canterbury

Unraced two-year-old Velocano will make her belated race debut for trainer Marc Conners at Canterbury today after four barrier trials over two preps.

Berry Free To Ride Prompt Response

Tommy Berry has been granted a stay of proceedings over a careless riding suspension allowing him to ride Prompt Response in the Tatt’s Tiara on Saturday.

Baker Sweats On Barrier For Bonny O’Reilly

Sydney trainer Bjorn Baker is banking on a favourable barrier draw for his Tattersall’s Tiara contender, Listed winner Bonny O’Reilly.

RQ applauds merger decision

Racing Queensland has applauded a decision by a Federal tribunal to allow the merger of Tabcorp and the wagering arm of the Tatts group.

Michelle Payne eyes Emirates for Kaspersky

Michelle Payne has piloted Kaspersky to fifth place in the Group One Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Female Riders At Centre Of Assault Inquiry

Former jockey Natalie Lye is facing charges relating to a race day assault on a female apprentice at a Hawkesbury race meeting.

Centre Pivot and Ninth Legion to return

Providing Sydney's weather does not deteriorate the Peter Robl-trained duo Centre Pivot and Ninth Legion will make their returns at Randwick.

RV disappointed over Tabcorp merger

Racing Victoria says it is disappointed with the approval for the Tabcorp/Tatts Group merger but will continue to work closely with the wagering giant.

Urban Ruler aiming for third-straight win

Urban Ruler is being aimed at the Silver Bowl Series Final and will be out to make it three-straight wins when he contests a heat of the series at Flemington.

Sydney option for Chase The Horizon

Chase The Horizon could run in his third state in as many starts, with trainer Henry Dwyer looking to take the sprinter to Sydney for the Winter Dash.

Velacano set for belated racing debut

After two false starts the Marc Conners-trained filly Velacano is primed to make her racing debut at Canterbury.

Bjorn Baker Double-Handed In 2017 Tattersall's Tiara

Trainer Bjorn Baker spoke to Sky Sports Radio about his two runners in the 2017 Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

Tribunal approves Tabcorp-Tatts merger

The Australian Competition Tribunal has authorised the proposed $11 billion merger between gaming rivals Tabcorp and Tatts Group.

Eckstein Fresh For 2017 Tattersall's Tiara

Trainer Kurt Goldman is pleased with the progress of Eckstein ahead of the Group 1 2017 Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

Deploy Chasing Another Stakes Win

Deploy will chase another stakes win in the Group 3 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Steele Ryan Retires From Training

Successful Queensland trainer Steele Ryan has decided to retire to concentrate on business interests and his family.

Benzini And William Wallace To Remain In Queensland

The Harry and Adrian Bull-trained Benzini and William Wallace are to rcontinue their campaigns in Queensland.

2017 Tatts Tiara: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday shows some grand mares have won this race.

2017 WJ Healy Stakes: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday ponders are there any more Hay Lists in this field.

2017 Tatts Cup: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday throws up a Melbourne Cup winner in its past.

Wet weather in NSW forces changes

Wet weather around NSW has forced the rescheduling of race meetings and trials.

Frankie Dettori ruled out of Royal Ascot

Frankie Dettori will miss all five days of the Royal Ascot meeting because of an arm injury with John Velazquez to ride Lady Aurelia.

Tommy Berry free to ride in Tatt's Tiara

Tommy Berry has been given a stay of proceedings pending a careless riding appeal, allowing him to ride in the Tattersall's Tiara.

Dettori to miss at least Day 1 of Ascot

Frankie Dettori has been ruled out of the first day of the Royal Ascot meeting with an arm injury and is in doubt for the rest of the week.

Frankie Dettori Ruled Out Of Royal Ascot

Frankie Dettori has confirmed he will be unable to ride at the Royal Ascot carnival this year.

2017 St James’s Palace Stakes: Race History and Market

The 2017 St James’s Palace Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Tuesday is a race which is Ascot’s Guineas.

2017 King’s Stand Stakes: Race History and Market

The 2017 King’s Stand Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Tuesday is a race which only became a Group One recently.

2017 Queen Anne Stakes: Race History and Market

The 2017 Queen Anne Stakes run at Royal Ascot on Tuesday has a grand race history being the first race of the entire Royal Meeting.

Racing Victoria Chasing Royal Ascot Runners

If history is anything to go by several spring carnival contenders will emerge from Royal Ascot this week.

Full Preview Of Royal Ascot Day 1

Three Group 1 races are featured on the opening day of action at Royal Ascot 2017 on Tuesday.

Americans Launch Another Assault on Royal Ascot

A host of high class American gallopers will launch an assault on the Royal Ascot features races this week.

Track Good To Firm For Royal Ascot Day 1

A track rating of good to firm is anticipated for day one of Royal Ascot on Tuesday.

Godolphin Preview Of Royal Ascot Day 1

Godolphin trainers preview their chances on day one of the Royal Ascot meeting.

James Doyle Keen On Barney Roy's Chances

Godolphin jockey James Doyle considers Barney Roy his best chance of victory at Royal Ascot this week.

2017 Tattersall's Tiara - Tim Clark To Ride Egyptian Symbol

Tim Clark has been booked to ride Egyptian Symbol in the 2017 Tattersall's Tiara at Doomben on Saturday.

Payne set for Royal Ascot debut in opener

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne makes her Royal Ascot debut on board Kaspersky in the Group One Queen Anne Stakes on Tuesday.

Payne set for Royal Ascot debut in opener

Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Michelle Payne makes her Royal Ascot debut on board Kaspersky in the Group One Queen Anne Stakes on Tuesday.

Winx Returns Bigger and Better Than Ever

Champion mare Winx is back at Chris Waller’s Rosehill stables after completing four weeks of pre-training ahead of her spring campaign.

Coffs Harbour Meeting Transferred To Sunday

Tuesday’s Coffs Harbour race meeting has been postponed due to continuing wet weather and the state of the track.

First Winner For Clare Cunningham

Clare Cunningham, one of the newest additions to the Sydney training ranks, won her first race at Goulburn on Tuesday.

Inz'n'out looking to be in winner's stall

Inz'n'out will be trying to get back to the winner's stall after a long absence when he runs in the Winter Dash at Randwick.

BRC suspends new membership

Brisbane Racing Club chairman Neville Bell has denied there is anything underhand about the club suspending new memberships in the short term.

Darren Weir Turns His Attention To Randwick

A rare nomination for Saturday’s Randwick meeting from Victoria’s leading trainer Darren Weir could signal the start of his plans to target Sydney racing during the winter.

NZ stayer Megablast on seven-day back-up

New Zealand stayer Megablast will have another Melbourne run seven days after his first with a view to a spring campaign.

Noblet wants some rain ahead of Flemington

By The Grace has a preference for wet tracks and trainer Andrew Noblet hopes rain arrives ahead of Flemington.

Alex Steedman Racing HQ Audio Timeform Recap

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman recaps last Saturday's Rosehill meeting with Andrew Bensley on Racing HQ.

2017 Tatts Tiara: Nominations

A full field is going to run in the 2017 Tatts Tiara at Doomben on Saturday with some in form mares looking for the big prize.

2017 WJ Healy Stakes: Nominations

It should be a very competitive sprint race in the 2017 WJ Healy Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Tatts Cup: Nominations

At this stage only 14 are entered for the 2017 Tatts Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

NZ filly has a date at the Sunshine Coast

New Zealand trainer Lance Noble has an anxious wait to find out whether Save The Date will make the Sunshine Coast Guineas field.

Cox Plate Target For Perth Star

Perth trainer Lindsay Smith will not back away from a clash with champion mare Winx if his Group One star Scales Of Justice comes through his winter program as expected.

Sydney Spring Carnival Gets A Lift

Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club are set to unveil a new look spring carnival agenda backed by prizemoney increases of more than $1.3 million.

First winner for trainer Clare Cunningham

Clare Cunningham has trained her first winner with Sir Barb taking out a race at Goulburn.

Winx returns to Chris Waller in top order

The countdown to a third straight Cox Plate has begun for Winx following her return to the stable of Chris Waller.

Irish Apprentice Attracts Attention

Irish apprentice Robbie Dolan landed his first feature win in Australia in Sunday’s Wauchope Cup at Port Macquarie.

Perth race to determine Cox Plate tilt

A 2000m-stakes race at Belmont in Perth will convince trainer Lindsey Smith one way or the other whether to take on Winx in the Cox Plate.

Leith Innes suspended for Stradbroke ride

New Zealand jockey Leith Innes has been suspended for 12 days at a delayed inquiry for causing interference in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.

Hugh Bowman aiming at record in Tiara

Jockey Hugh Bowman and trainer Chris Waller will look to cap the Group One season with French Emotion in the Tattersall's Tiara.

Tshahitsi to run for Miller at Flemington

Tasmanian Imogen Miller has been granted an extension to her visiting trainers' licence and Tshahitsi is set to line up again at Flemington.

Ben Currie hits lead in Qld trainers title

Ben Currie has taken a slender lead in the Queensland trainers' premiership from Tony Gollan.

Pop 'N' Scotch set for another Cup tilt

Tough stayer Pop 'N' Scotch is chasing a Queensland Cup win after running second in the race for the past three years.

Qld stewards warn trainers about arsenic

Queensland stewards have warned trainers to be alert for horses chewing on bed shavings or wood posts which have been treated with arsenic.

Blake Shinn Rides First US Winner

Melbourne Cup winning jockey Blake Shinn has ridden his first winner in America.

Strong Field Set For Tatts Tiara

Trainer Kris Lees has given young Sydney jockey Koby Jennings his first Group 1 opportunity with the ride on Danish Twist in next Saturday’s $500,000 Tattersalls Tiara at Doomben.

Milestone in sight for Jordan Childs

Apprentice Jordan Childs is on a mission to outride his claim when he returns from a careless riding suspension.

Exciting Start To Grafton Cup Week

Grafton Cup Week will get off to an exciting start this year with champion jockey Hugh Bowman and colorful trainer Gary Moore to attend the annual barrier draw luncheon.

Corey Brown Suspended For 11 Meetings

Corey Brown was suspended for 11 meetings following his winning ride on the Godolphin youngster Revenire at Ipswich on Saturday.

Blake Shinn rides winner at Arlington

Sydney jockey Blake Shinn has ridden his first winner during his United States winter sojourn.

Brown suspended but can ride in Tiara

Corey Brown will be able to ride at the final Group One meeting of the season despite being suspended at Ipswich.

Linda Meech Sets New Female Record

Victoria’s Linda Meech has set a new Australian record for the number of wins by a female jockey during a single season.

Self Sense romps home to win Ipswich Cup

Victorian stayer Self Sense has revelled in a return to a soft track by winning the Ipswich Cup by nearly seven lengths.

Brooker wins Eye Liner on last-minute ride

Apprentice Tiffani Brooker has won her second black-type race with a last-minute booking on Monsieur Gustave in the Eye Liner Stakes.

Beadman runs Waterhouse Classic quinella

Trainer Darren Beadman has finished the Ipswich Cup day on a high after his horses Maternal and Kinshachi ran the quinella in the Gai Waterhouse Classic.

Rosehill training treble for Bjorn Baker

Bjorn Baker has trained his first metropolitan treble at Rosehill from just three runners.

Petrology wins Travis Harrison Cup

Petrology has narrowly beaten Magic Consol in a thrilling finish to the Travis Harrison Cup at Moonee Valley.

Tassie sprinter wins first-up at Valley

The Scott Brunton-trained Lord Da Vinci has raced to a first-up win at Moonee Valley with premier Tasmanian jockey David Pires aboard.

Mixed Rosehill bag for Rachel King

Rachel King has racked up another metropolitan winner but been quizzed about a losing ride at Rosehill.

Revolving Door rings in McDonald double

A gelding operation for Revolving Door has switched on the three-year-old and provided Clinton McDonald with a winning double.

Invincible Knight surges to victory

Invincible Knight has finished with a flourish out wide to win at Rosehill after the gelding encountered a heavy track for the first time.

Bowman steers Liapari to narrow victory

Champion jockey Hugh Bowman settled on a plan B and found a route to victory for the Chris Waller-trained gelding Liapari at Rosehill.

World proves up to another test

Test The World has stretched her winning sequence to four with another victory at Rosehill.

Just Dreaming does it her way at Rosehill

Just Dreaming has added another win to her record with a tough victory at Rosehill.

Zamex surges late to claim second Highway

Zamex has completed his Highway Handicap campaign as it began, making up ground late at Rosehill to record back-to-back wins.

Gaulois breaks duck with win at Rosehill

Godolphin colt Gaulois has notched up his first Saturday metropolitan win with a comfortable victory at Rosehill.

Stockdales combine for city win at Valley

Teenage apprentice Brandon Stockdale has ridden a winner for his family on Unique Lovely at Moonee Valley.

2017 Gai Waterhouse Classic: Maternal does enough

In a Godolphin quinella, Maternal won the 2017 Gai Waterhouse Classic at Ipswich on Saturday.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Monsieur Gustave just wins

In a fast run race, Monsieur Gustave just won the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Self Sense makes a nonsense of rivals

In what was a demolition, Self Sense bounced back to win the 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday.

Terror fights off rivals at Moonee Valley

Essence Of Terror has appreciated a drop in distance and the addition of blinkers to win at Moonee Valley.

Revenire burst gives Godolphin 200th win

Two-year-old Revenire has given Godolphin its 200th Australian winner for the season and its first victory at Ipswich.

Pure Emotion gets of board at the Valley

Pure Emotion has broken through for her first win with a strong on-pace win at Moonee Valley.

Stradbroke inquiry to be completed

Stewards on Sunday are expected to finish their inquiry into interference in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Bettabet Red wins her Queensland debut

The addition of a nasal strip has helped former Sydney mare Bettabet Red win at her first Queensland start.

Alex Steedman offers the Sydney Specials

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman provides RadioTab his thoughts on Rosehill for today.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Moonee Valley

Racing and Sports Senior Handicapper Adam Blencowe gives his best for the Moonee Valley card today on RadioTab.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Rosehill meeting on Saturday June 17.

Victorian Betting Turnover Passes $6 Billion

Racing Victoria claims punter interest in Victorian thoroughbred racing has reached an all-time high with turnover surpassing a record $6 billion for the 2016-17 financial year.

Deanne Panya stood down after fall

Deanne Panya will have to undergo a second concussion test before she is allowed to ride again after a fall at the Warwick Farm barrier trials.

Flamboyer to back up in Eye Liner

Flamboyer's liking for wet tracks and a strong Ipswich record are on his side for a quick back-up in the Eye Liner Stakes.

Edmonds chases Cup joy

Trainer Toby Edmonds hopes his run of wins with former interstate mares continues in the Ipswich Cup.

NZ stayer Megablast on trial for spring

A Victorian winter campaign will help determine New Zealand stayer Megablast's spring carnival targets.

Lees Upbeat About Upscale's Chances

Trainer Kris Lees has warned that the Rosehill prospects of his smart mare Upscale on Saturday should not be judged on her previous 1200m performance.

Test The World confronts new challenge

Test The World will encounter a heavy track for the first time when the Bjorn Baker-trained filly attempts to extend her winning sequence to four at Rosehill.

Zamex eyes Highway double before trip home

Zamex is after consecutive Highway Handicap wins on his road trip to Sydney before targeting the final race of his preparation on the Sunshine Coast.

Jason Attard adopts new look to training

A trackwork tumble has inadvertently presented Jason Attard with a new perspective on training as he awaits a clearance to ride again.

Destiny's Kiss keeps plugging away

Joe Pride marvels at veteran Destiny's Kiss whose career shows no signs of waning after almost six years of racing.

Kerrin McEvoy rides some good hopes at Rosehill

After a great year with some big race winners, Kerrin McEvoy has a handful of mounts in Sydney to keep the ball rolling.

Valley swan song likely for Whistle Baby

Retirement looms for Whistle Baby after she races at Moonee Valley as she has a future date with Written Tycoon.

Beadman chases more stakes wins

Godolphin trainer Darren Beadman can't split his runners in two feature races at Ipswich.

Williams wants Travis Harrison Cup victory

Craig Williams has more than one reason to hope Magic Consol can score back-to-back wins at Moonee Valley.

Craig Ritchie looks at Sultan Of Swing’s chances at Rosehill

Off a top run recently, Sultan Of Swing steps up this week and is way down in weight.

Edmonds chases Cup joy

Trainer Toby Edmonds hopes his run of wins with former interstate mares continues in the Ipswich Cup.

Peter Ellis Moonee Valley Audio Preview

Leading Form Analyst Peter Ellis dissects Saturday's nine race card at Moonee Valley.

Simon Dinopoulos’ Saturday Best at Rosehill

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos has his best early at Rosehill.

Nathan Exelby Previews Ipswich

The Courier Mail’s Nathan Exelby looks at the Ipswich Cup day program.

Another Highway chance for Matt Dunn with Zamex

Looking to make it consecutive Highway Handicaps, Zamex will be fancied again.

John McArdle has Pakaya Prince running in Sydney

Heading up from Melbourne, McArdle has Pakaya Prince running in the last race.

Deanne Panya talks of recent falls and rides

After a recent incident, Deanne Panya is looking to bounce back with a few rides on Saturday.

Petite's Reward wound up for Valley return

Brendan McCarthy has given speedy mare Petite's Reward a solid build-up to have her ready for a first-up tilt at a 1000m sprint race at Moonee Valley.

Williams wants Travis Harrison Cup victory

Craig Williams has more than one reason to hope Magic Consol can score back-to-back wins at Moonee Valley.

Tiffani Brooker rewarded for hard work

Claiming apprentice Tiffani Brooker's hard work and good form have earned her another chance at a stakes win on Banda Spice at Ipswich.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Latest Betting

It is a good contest in the latest betting for the 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday shows it a wide open race.

2017 Hyperion Stakes: Latest Betting

Only two horses in the market in the latest betting for the 2017 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

Another record looms for Jim Byrne

Jim Byrne is well on his way to equalling his record for the number of stakes wins by a jockey in a Brisbane season.

Potential Everest Runners News

With the first running of The Everest this Spring, connections of big name sprinters are gearing their preparations already.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ipswich

It is Ipswich Cup day on the weekend but they race on a rain affected surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Rain again in Sydney has made Rosehill an affected track on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Moonee Valley

Metropolitan Saturday racing is at Moonee Valley this week and is on a good surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

Back to Winter racing in Adelaide this Saturday and it is back onto the main track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Racing in Perth this Saturday is on a good surface at Belmont.

Benzini Challenges Ipswich Cup Weight Record

Kelly McCulloch sees no reason why Benzini can't set a new modern-day weight carrying record in Saturday's Listed Ipswich Cup (2150m).

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Chris Waller Stable Update for Weekend

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

Payne excited ahead of Queen Anne

History-maker Michelle Payne will be doing her homework ahead of her ride on Kaspersky in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Racing mourns the death of Geoff Torney

The racing industry is mourning the death of Geoff Torney who gave four decades of his life to Victorian racing administration.

Williams, Mertens tied in premiership race

With 12 metropolitan meetings remaining in the season, Beau Mertens and Craig Williams are tied for the lead in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership.

Panya escapes serious injury in mishap

Apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has been released from hospital after being shaken when a horse flipped before a barrier trial at Warwick Farm.

The Frick takes shot at a Highway Handicap

Trainer Cameron Crockett is looking to The Frick to step up in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill.

Mamzelle Tess to build on country wins

After three successive wins on bush tracks, Mamzelle Tess is aiming to break her city maiden at Moonee Valley.

Browne on track at Ipswich

Jockey Damian Browne might hate driving the 100km from his Caloundra home to Ipswich but he has an amazing record at the track.

Daisy Doutes brings family to the Valley

After winning four races in succession, Albury-trained mare Daisy Doutes makes her city debut at Moonee Valley.

Alegria on track for fruitful winter

Godolphin mare Alegria is expected to maintain her consistent form this campaign when she steps up in distance at Rosehill.

Filly to strut her stuff at Ipswich

Trainer Kelly Schweida has carefully planned a win for Darktown Strutter at Ipswich.

Ipswich to suit Jumbo Prince

Michael Nolan is hoping the last-start failure of Ipswich Cup contender Jumbo Prince can be put down to the Eagle Farm track surface.

Begg to give Hinchin Time her shot in town

Trainer Grahame Begg believes two-year-old Hinchin Time is a progressive filly and he will give her a chance at a city win at Moonee Valley.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday sees an open betting race.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Plenty of hopes in the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday as we look at the Tips and Race Preview.

2017 Hyperion Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday with a tight market in play.

Summer Passage To Target Coolmore

New Zealand galloper Summer Passage has been back in the stables for a month and will be aimed at the Melbourne Spring Carnival.

16 Confirmed For Queen Anne

A total of 16 runners remain in contention for the Queen Anne Stakes (Gr 1, 1m), the first race on the opening race of Royal Ascot.

Benzini needs to set weight record

Tough New Zealander Benzini will have to smash a 55-year-old weight-carrying record to win the Ipswich Cup.

Cloth Of Stars To Miss Ascot

The Andre Fabre-trained and Godolphin-raced Cloth Of Stars (Sea The Stars) will miss next week’s Prince Of Wales’s Stakes (Gr 1, 1m2f) at Royal Ascot.

Chocante Enjoying Well Earned Spell

Brisbane Cup (Gr 2, 2200m) winner Chocante (Shocking) has returned to New Zealand for a short spell before he travels back to Australia for a spring campaign.

Trapeze Artist Aimed For Golden Rose

The Gerald Ryan-trained Trapeze Artist (Snitzel) is likely to be trained towards the Golden Rose Stakes (Gr 1, 1400m) on 9 September.

Greg Bennett To Leave Aquis Farm

Greg Bennett has left Aquis Farm after just three months due to personal reasons.

Brown To Partner Eckstein In Tiara

Jockey Corey Brown has been confirmed for the ride aboard Eckstein (I Am Invincible) in the Tattersall’s Tiara (Gr 1, 1350m) at Doomben next weekend.

Weir brings up his 400th win for season

A hurdle win to Ancient King at Ballarat has given Darren Weir his 400th win in Australia for the season, the first time a trainer has achieved the feat.

Trainer Jim Cerchi jr to face RAD Board

A chest rub ointment applied to the nostrils of Petrov has landed trainer Jim Cerchi jr an appointment before the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

Begg lands overdue city win at Sandown

Phoenix Park has given Grahame Begg his first city winner back following a training sabbatical.

2017 Hyperion Stakes: Final Field and Barriers

A field of ten will run in the 2017 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

Ruby Sea brings up the century for Maher

Ruby Sea has brought up a century of winners around Australia for Caulfield-based trainer Ciaron Maher.

Fournette goes two-from-two

Fournette has won her second race in two starts, taking out a closely contested 1550m-event at Canterbury.

Star Galaxy shines on debut at Canterbury

Star Galaxy has made the perfect start to her racing career with victory at Canterbury where she has overcome a poor start.

Team Godolphin Quotes From Darren Beadman

Godolphin Head trainer Darren Beadman provides an overview of their runners at Ipswich on Saturday.

Star Galaxy Shows Promise On Debut

The Team Snowden-trained Star Galaxy has commenced her career ideally with a debut win at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Orange mission goes like clockwork

Former Melbourne mare Clockwork Orange has completed the first part of her Queensland mission, overcoming difficulties to win at the Sunshine Coast.

Life O'Brien regroups for belated victory

Game gelding Life O'Brien has snapped his winning drought with a resilient run at Canterbury's midweek meeting.

Violent Snow aiming for another Valley win

Trainer Jason Warren expects Violent Snow can run another big race when she returns to Moonee Valley to chase back-to-back city wins.

Sultan Of Swing tested in Kensei Handicap

Sultan Of Swing steps up in trip for the Kensei Handicap at Rosehill, his second start in Sydney after a rough Australian debut in Brisbane.

Mulk defeats older maidens at Sandown

Taking on the older horses has proved no concern for Mulk who has led throughout to win at Sandown.

Opie Bosson sidelined until season's end

New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson has been found to be suffering a viral infection and will miss the rest of the season.

Shiraz to sparkle at Ipswich

Trainer Kim Waugh isn't worried by the prospect of a wet track for class galloper Shiraz who tackles the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

RV announce changes for apprentices

Racing Victoria has announced some changes for apprentice jockeys after a review.

Joe Pride Audio Update On Terravista

Warwick Farm trainer Joe Pride provides an update on Terravista prior to his spring campaign in which connections are eyeing off The Everest.

Ipswich Track Audio Update

Ipswich Turf Club's General Manager Brett Kitching provides an update on their track heading into Saturday's Ipswich Cup Day meeting.

Winona Costin Audio On Trackwork Return

Winona Costin is interviewed on her return to trackwork late last week.

Blake Shinn Audio On US Riding Stint

Leading Sydney jockey Blake Shinn is interviewed about his initial impressions during his riding stint in the US.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 will go around in the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday contains 15 runners with three runners over the limit.

Skye Bogenhuber ready for Perth debut

Former Toowoomba jockey Skye Bogenhuber is looking forward to continuing her career in Perth.

Reforms To Apprentice Jockey Training And Working Conditions

Racing Victoria has announced important changes to the health, wellbeing and working conditions of apprentice jockeys following a review.

Canterbury Track Update For Wednesday

Track update for ATC's seven race program at Canterbury Racecourse on Wednesday.

Kent Fleming Appeals Conviction

Trainer Kent Fleming’s appeal against his three year disqualification from racing will be heard at Racing NSW headquarters in Sydney today.

Whistle Baby To Stay At Home

With rain falling in Queensland, co-trainer Simon Zahra has decided to shelve plans to give Whistle Baby her last start in the Gai Waterhouse Classic.

Plein Ciel To Get Campaign Back On Track

Talented import Plein Ciel will get the chance to get his winter campaign back on track over 1600 metres at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

2017 Hyperion Stakes: Race History and Nominations

There are 14 nominations of the 2017 Hyperion Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.

Michelle Payne in England ahead of Ascot

Despite some visa issues, Michelle Payne has arrived in the UK ahead of her first ride at Royal Ascot.

Dettori escapes serious injury in fall

Frankie Dettori has escaped with a sore shoulder in a fall in the parade ring before the first race at Yarmouth.

Chautauqua needs rider to scale Everest

Hong Kong-bound jockey Tommy Berry will be unable to ride Chautauqua in The Everest in Sydney.

Appeal panel reserves decision on El-Issa

The Racing NSW Appeal Panel has reserved its decision on Bobby El-Issa's appeal against a four-month suspension.

Sydney to trial later trackwork finishes

Sydney's training centres will trial later finishing times for morning trackwork.

Ashkannd on comeback trail after year off

French import Ashkannd makes his return to racing at Rosehill for trainer Chris Waller after more than a year off to treat a tendon injury.

Pike picks up G1 Singapore ride for Laxon

William Pike will make a hit-and-run visit to Singapore to ride Lim's Samurai in the Group One Patron's Bowl at Kranji.

Red Cardinal to follow Protectionist path

German-trained Red Cardinal will have a similar preparation to 2014 winner Protectionist heading to the Melbourne Cup.

Bonny O’Reilly A Definite Runner In 2017 Tattersall’s Tiara

Bonny O’Reilly will push on to the 2017 Tattersall’s Tiara after she was brave in defeat at Doomben on Saturday.

Canterbury mission for Our Girl Hollie

A few days after coming close to winning his first Group One race, Newcastle trainer Ben Smith has turned his immediate focus to Canterbury.

Fresh approach working well for Alrouz

Cranbourne trainer Doug Harrison is looking forward to the Sandown midweek meeting where he has siblings Alrouz and Redrouz engaged.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday suggests good young stayers can emerge.

Filly Plucks up courage following fall

She's A Pluck has shown no ill-effects from a fall at Bairnsdale with her trainer saying she is now a tougher filly.

In Her Time To Chase A G1 Win In 2017 Tattersall’s Tiara

In Her Time will look to add a Group 1 win to her resume in the 2017 Tattersall’s Tiara.

Global Glamour Sets Sights On The Everest

Global Glamour has returned to training at the Gai Waterhouse-Adrian Bott stable with The Everest her main target in the spring.

Peter Robl Sending Duo To Melbourne

Due to the wet conditions in Sydney trainer Peter Robl will now run his talented pair Centre Pivot and Ninth Legion in a handicap over 1200 metres at Moonee Valley on Saturday.

Acatour Nominated For 2017 Eye Liner Stakes

Group Three winner Acatour heads the 30 nominations for Saturday’s 2017 Eye Liner Stakes (Listed, 1350m) at Ipswich.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday shows it has been won by some top Queensland sprinters.

Long-Range ATC Derby Plan For Capital Gain

Last Saturday’s 2017 JJ Atkins winner Capital Gain will head to the spelling paddock to target the classics in his three-year-old season.

ATC Extends Trackwork Times For Trial Period

The Australian Turf Club will conduct a trial of extended trackwork times in Sydney.

Lady Aurelia in ATC’s Sights For The Everest

The Australian Turf Club is hoping to attract Lady Aurelia to Sydney for The Everest in October.

Lady Aurelia Returns To Royal Ascot

Lady Aurelia has arrived in London for the 2017 Royal Ascot carnival

Tommy Berry To Miss Chautauqua Ride In The Everest

Tommy Berry will not be permitted to ride Chautauqua in The Everest in October due to commitments in Hong Kong that day.

Dontpokethetiger Heading To Sunshine Coast

Trainer Peter Rudkin is leaning towards a race over 1400 metres at the Sunshine Coast on Sunday for Dontpokethetiger’s first Australian start.

2017 Caulfield Cup Aim For Ruthven

Trainer Ciaron Maher has confirmed that Ruthven will be given a short break ahead of a spring return, with the Caulfield Cup his most likely target.

2017 Ipswich Cup: Nominations

Only 17 are entered for the 2017 Ipswich Cup at Ipswich on Saturday with plenty of interstate interest.

2017 Eye Liner Stakes: Nominations

A full field looks certain for the 2017 Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich on Saturday with 30 nominations.

Memsie Stakes Goal For Yankee Rose

The Memsie Stakes, worth $1 million for the first time this year, will be the first-up target for star filly Yankee Rose when she starts her four-year-old season.

Early Return For Winona Costin

Popular rider Winona Costin has raised hopes of an early return to race riding after an injury-riddled season of setbacks.

She Will Reign Back And Looking Good

Golden Slipper Stakes winner She Will Reign is back work with trainer Gary Portelli at Warwick Farm.

Nettoyer Needs Travel Experience Before Melbourne

Nettoyer, the maiden filly who blew away her rivals at Randwick on Saturday, could face a quick jump in class to the race that set champion Winx on her path to glory.

Steel Zip eyeing last Queensland carnival

Veteran Steel Zip is set to start his last winter carnival in the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

Valley next stop for veteran Extra Zero

Rising 11-year-old Extra Zero will step out at Moonee Valley for his 101st race start.

Supply demands another step up in trip

Supply And Demand will be challenged to run 2000m for the first time by Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott in the Kensei Handicap at Rosehill.

Wilde Gem remains unbeaten at Mornington

The Nick Harnett-trained Wilde Gem has made it two wins from as many starts with a narrow victory in his first metropolitan test at Mornington.

Sebrarian delights owners with maiden win

Sebrarian's future was under threat after an underwhelming first preparation but he has opened his second campaign in style at Warwick Farm.

Bay Harmony wins for Bayliss at Mornington

Taking advice from top trainer David Hayes, apprentice Jake Bayliss has guided Bay Harmony to an all-the-way win at Mornington.

Flypast scores debut win at Mornington

Jockey Daniel Moor says two-year-old Flypast has raw ability to win on debut at the Mornington metropolitan meeting in wet conditions.

Long recovery for injured jockey Baker

Injured jockey George Baker has visited Goodwood races as a spectator as he continues his recovery from a serious head injury.

Honour for outback race caller Hodges

After almost half a century bringing bush racing to the masses, race caller Col Hodges is to receive an OAM.

Weather to play role in Eye Liner

The weather will play a role in the make-up of the Eye Liner Stakes field with rain predicted in the lead-up to the Ipswich meeting.

Melbourne Cup Bid Confirmed For Red Cardinal

Australian-owned stayer Red Cardinal has confirmed a Melbourne Cup assault by winning the G3 Belmont Gold Cup in New York for German trainer Andreas Wohler.

Hey Doc to target early spring WFA races

After running a creditable race in the Goodwood at Morphettville, Hey Doc is spelling ahead of a Melbourne spring campaign.

Ballina TAB Meeting Postponed

Monday's Ballina race meeting has been postponed following a track inspection on Sunday.

Vaniloquio has new lease on life

Vaniloquio has thrived since settling into Clarry Conners' Sydney stable after an unsuccessful stint in Hong Kong.

Consumption Tax Set To Hit Corporate Bookmakers

Western Australia is set to follow South Australia and introduce a point of consumption tax on wagering operators.

More Tasmanians Heading For Melbourne

Astute Tasmanian trainer John Blacker will send a small team to Melbourne for the winter led by Devonport Cup winner Powercharged.

Waller Reveals Plans For Queensland Stable

Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller has confirmed his plans to establish a satellite stable in Queensland.

Kafoo, Amanaat to resume from injury

Lindsay Park stablemates Kafoo and Amanaat will make their returns from knee surgery in separate sprint races at the metropolitan meeting at Mornington.

Red Cardinal Enhances Melbourne Cup Claims

Australian Bloodstock's Red Cardinal's Melbourne Cup hopes were given a boost when he won the Belmont Gold Cup in America.

Tapwrit wins Belmont Stakes for Pletcher

Tapwrit has won the Belmont Stakes to give trainer Todd Pletcher victory in two of the three Triple Crown races.

Trainer Brad Smith to plead his case

Brisbane trainer Brad Smith is hoping for a quick resolution to an inquiry after being stood down.

Beadman misses Group One Stradbroke win

Darren Beadman has missed his biggest win as a trainer with Impending in the Stradbroke Handicap after being struck down with a virus.

Ruthven romps home in G1 Queensland Derby

Leading trainer Ciaron Maher is eyeing off another Caulfield Cup trophy after Ruthven scored a dominant win in the Group One Queensland Derby at Doomben.

Butterworth's gamble reaps Group One Gain

Trainer Paul Butterworth's decision not to sell Capital Gain has paid off with the two-year-old winning the Group One JJ Atkins.

Berry in Prompt result to G2 Dane Ripper

Prompt Response can give Tom Berry a Group One farewell in the Tatts Tiara after her strong win in the Dane Ripper Stakes.

Chocante goes wire to wire in Brisbane Cup

Jim Byrne has completed a memorable day at Doomben, riding Chocante to an all-the-way win in the Group Two Brisbane Cup.

Salsonic storms to victory in Qld Guineas

Trainer Jason Coyle is eyeing off Group One targets for Salsonic after the gelding's last-to-first win in the Group Two Queensland Guineas at Doomben.

All-the-way win for Religify at Doomben

Religify has earned an extended winter carnival campaign after leading throughout to win at Doomben.

Miss Gunpowder blows them away in Hinkler

Miss Gunpowder has given her new owners a quick return to stay on course for the Group One Tatts Tiara with a Doomben win.

Tommy Berry suspended, misses Gr 1 Tiara

Tommy Berry is set to miss the Tatts Tiara meeting after being suspended at Doomben for his ride in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Four jockeys suspended out of Flemington

Tom Sadler, James Winks, Jordan Childs and Andrew Mallyon have each been suspended for careless riding at Flemington.

Poignant win for reformed hoop Josh Adams

An emotional Josh Adams has highlighted his return from a two-year ban for drug use with his first city win in three years at Randwick.

Brisbane mare Stella Ombra wins in Sydney

Brenton Avdulla has ended a frustrating day in the saddle on a positive note, winning on Brisbane-trained Stella Ombra at Randwick.

Wet track made to order for Heavenly Anna

A rain-soaked Randwick and a wide barrier have played into the hands of Heavenly Anna.

Irish import wins Stayers Cup at Randwick

Plot Twist has claimed a straightforward win in the Stayers Cup at Randwick.

Michelle Payne wins ahead of overseas trip

Michelle Payne has steered Invincible Al to a fast-finishing win in a sprint race at Flemington.

Wildflower blooms for Goulburn trainers

Emma and Lucy Longmire have struck at Randwick with Wildflower, a first Saturday city winner for the Goulburn training twins.

Tshahitsi blitzes his rivals at Flemington

Tasmanian galloper Tshahitsi has followed his win in the Echuca Cup with an all-the-way win at Flemington.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Chocante gets the chocolates

Leading all the way, Chocante won the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday for the kiwis.

Royal Order overhauls rivals at Flemington

The Mick Kent-trained Royal Order has made the jump from winning a provincial maiden to winning in the city.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Impending gets up late

The three year old Impending scored an upset win in the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Hayes Bullish about Lindsay Park's future

After reaching the century of winners in the Melbourne metropolitan area, David Hayes is predicting an even better season for Lindsay Park in 2017-18.

2017 June Stakes: The Monstar was a monster

The Monstar gave his rivals a thrashing on the heavy in the 2017 June Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Nettoyer revels in mud for runaway victory

Nettoyer has recorded her first win in emphatic style, winning at Randwick by 10 lengths.

2017 Queensland Derby: Ruthven bolts in

In another feature win for Hugh Bowman and Ciaron Maher, Ruthven made it a one act affair in the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

Ben Thompson wins on pick-up ride Falago

Ben Thompson has steered Falago to an upset win at Flemington, with the apprentice picking up the ride after Mitch Aitken was stood down.

2017 JJ Atkins: Capital Gain takes the cash

The Queenslanders staved off the invaders as Capital Gain won the 2017 G1 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

Clipper surges through Highway Hcp grades

The Matt Dale-trained filly Clipper will target races in Melbourne after graduating from the Highway Handicap class of racing with honours at Randwick.

Nettoyer gaps them

In a win that had to be seen to be believed, Nettoyer won by panels over the 2000m at Randwick on Saturday.

Flemington straight specialist wins again

Pat Hyland will search through the Flemington program looking for another straight-track race after Lake Como took out the Bruce Gadsden Handicap.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Salsonic sweeps home

Coming from last, Salsonic easily won the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

Pedrena, Mertens continue on winning way

The Mick Price-trained Pedrena has made it three wins from five starts this campaign, defeating favourite Samovare at Flemington.

2017 Stayers Cup: Plot Twist stays on

At good odds, Plot Twist outstayed the leader to score in the 2017 Stayers Cup at Randwick on Saturday.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Prompt Response got the response

In a stable quinella, Prompt Response finally got a result in the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Waller reveals plans for Queensland stable

Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller has confirmed he is likely to have a Queensland stable next season.

Champagne Cuddles keeps unbeaten record

The Bjorn Baker-trained filly Champagne Cuddles has recorded a comfortable Randwick win to remain unbeaten after two starts.

First Saturday Randwick winner for King

Apprentice Rachel King has maintained her winning momentum to record her first Randwick Saturday winner.

Flemington two-year-olds share the spoils

The judge couldn't split Andaz and Royal Phoenix in the Eugene Gorman Handicap at Flemington.

2017 Wayne Wilson Mile: Religify too tough

Back on top of the ground, Religify kept fighting in the 2017 Wayne Wilson Mile at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Hinkler Handicap: Miss Gunpowder fires

In a drive to the line, with runners across the track, Miss Gunpowder stuck her nose out to score in the 2017 Hinkler Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

All Over Bosanova defies pre-race scare

All Over Bosanova has led throughout to win the Daybreak Lover Stakes at Doomben, beating Tactical Advantage.

2017 Daybreak Lover: All Over Bosanova holds on

All Over Bosanova led all the way to win the 2017 Daybreak Lover at Doomben on Saturday.

Alex Steedman offers the Sydney Specials

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman provides RadioTab his thoughts on Randwick for today.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Flemington

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

Stradbroke Day Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Stradbroke Handicap meeting at Doomben on June 10.

Today's Randwick Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the June Stakes at Randwick on Saturday June 10.

Forrester on edge for Stradbroke win

Veteran jockey Kevin Forrester believes he can win his first Group One race in Brisbane for two decades when he rides Jungle Edge in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Berry to ride for John Moore in Hong Kong

Sydney jockey Tommy Berry is to make a permanent move to Hong Kong where he will be stable rider for John Moore.

Life goes swimmingly for Kudero

Durable gelding Kudero takes on a heavy track for just the fifth time in his racing career when he seeks rare back-to-back wins at Randwick.

Meech equals her season best tally of wins

Jockey Linda Meech has ridden her 111th winner for the season in the $100,000 Golden Topaz at Swan Hill, equalling her previous personal best tally.

Bonny O'Reilly set for Dane Ripper Stakes

Bjorn Baker is resigned to Bonny O'Reilly missing the Stradbroke Handicap so she will instead try to extend her winning streak in the Dane Ripper Stakes.

Moroney with two hopes in Flemington race

Mike Moroney believes there is not much between Loyalty Man and Radipole in a 1400m handicap at Flemington after contrasting draws.

Flemington switch paying off for Newitt

Craig Newitt has found a new lease of life after deciding to switch from Caulfield to Flemington to ride trackwork.

No Stradbroke regrets for Steve Tregea

Trainer Steve Tregea has no regrets about missing Saturday's Group One Stradbroke Handicap with three-year-old Niccanova

Cobalt saga awaits appeal court decision

Three Court of Appeal judges have reserved their decision on Racing Victoria's appeal in the cobalt case involving trainers Danny O'Brien and Mark Kavanagh.

Hugh Bowman back on Rudy in Brisbane Cup

Champion jockey Hugh Bowman will be hoping for better luck when he reunites with tough gelding Rudy for the first time in three years.

Jordan Childs on verge of outriding claim

Apprentice Jordan Childs is just one win shy of losing his claim and has a handy book of rides at Flemington.

Waterhouse and Bott lose appeal

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott have lost an appeal against conviction and a fine for substituting horses in a televised trackwork session.

Waterhouse And Bott Appeal Dismissed

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott training partnership have lost their appeal against a $5000 fine imposed for infringements that reflected on the integrity of racing.

John Allen aiming for another Derby win

Jockey John Allen is hoping Volatile Mix can overcome a wide barrier in the Queensland Derby to claim his second Classic win of the campaign.

Intruder forces Stokes to scratch runners

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes has erred on the side of caution by scratching three horses following a security breach at his stables.

Simon Dinopoulos and Nathan Exelby Preview Doomben

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos and the Courier Mail’s Nathan Exelby offer their thoughts on the Stradbroke meeting at Doomben card on Saturday.

Hugh Bowman looks at his Stradbroke day

Hugh Bowman will ride some of the favourites in the Group Ones at Doomben.

Nictock geared up for Highway challenge

Nictock has transformed from hard to handle to a trainer's dream for Mudgee's Cameron Crockett ahead of his return to racing at Randwick.

Benjamin Smith talks about In Her Time running in the Stradbroke

The Newcastle mare is a G2 winner and chases her first big one. She has given Smith a great run so far.

Adrian Bott looks at the team in Sydney and Brisbane

He discusses Imperial Aviator first run over 2000m since arriving in Australia.

Clarry Conners looks at Kudero in the June Stakes

Off an excellent win last run, Kudero is drawn wide but will steam home.

Peter Ellis Weekend Audio Preview

Form Analyst Peter Ellis provides his selections for both Doomben and Flemington on Saturday.

Lessyd on the mark for Flemington return

After a three-year-old campaign cut short with joint pain, Lessyd makes his return up the straight at Flemington.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Latest Betting

There has been a good move for Mackintosh in latest betting for the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Queensland Derby: Latest Betting

Ruthven has been best backed in latest betting for the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 JJ Atkins: Latest Betting

The favourite is best backed for the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday is wide open.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday now has Raiment as the elect.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Latest Betting

It is a quiet race in the latest betting on the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

Latest on the Doomben Track for Stradbroke day

With the rail back in, the track is a Good 4.

Lees Worried By June Stakes Distance

Trainer Kris Lees is worried that the final 100 metres will be a test for his classy mare Felines in the June Stakes on Saturday.

Baker Banks On Champagne Cuddles

Trainer Bjorn Baker has reduced his team of starters at Randwick on Saturday will not back away from starting unbeaten filly Champagne Cuddles first-up on the heavy track.

Qiji Phoenix out of J J Atkins

Kiwi colt Qiji Phoenix has been scratched from the J J Atkins after excess mucus was found in a scope while Stradbroke runner Hooked has passed a vet test.

Jim Byrne to break Snowdens drought

The Snowden training partnership and jockey Jim Byrne will team up to try to win a second Group One sprint during the Brisbane carnival.

Chris Waller’s G1 runners

Chris Waller will again play a big role in the feature races at Doomben as he did last week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

It is Queensland’s biggest racing day being Stradbroke day but this year held at Doomben after Eagle Farm’s problems forced the move.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

They race at Randwick and so as luck has it, the rain has arrived.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

Metropolitan Saturday racing is at Flemington this week with some recent rainfall on the track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Adelaide hosts the Grand National Steeplechase and Hurdle races on Saturday on the main track while the flat races are on the Morphettville Parks circuit.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Racing in Perth this Saturday is on a good surface at this stage at Belmont.

Winx, Egg Tart showdown possible

Chris Waller has not ruled out a meeting between wonder mare Winx and Egg Tart during the Melbourne spring carnival.

Trainer Brad Smith fails to front inquiry

Brisbane trainer Brad Smith remains suspended after again failing to attend an inquiry.

Top Of My List eyes Queensland debut

The Anthony and Edward Cummings-trained mare Top Of My List races outside NSW for the first time when she lines up in the Brisbane Cup at Doomben.

UBET Preview - Stradbroke Handicap Day

Doomben on Saturday features wall to wall stakes racing spearheaded by the Group 1 UBET Stradbroke Handicap.

Stewards warn trainers about substance

Racing NSW stewards have warned trainers about withdrawal times for injections after John Thompson was fined despite following the recommended guidelines.

History against Clearly Innocent

Stradbroke favourite Clearly Innocent has to overcome a wide barrier and the history book if he is to win the Group One race.

Queensland Cup moved

The Queensland Cup meeting has been moved from Eagle Farm to the Sunshine Coast.

Randwick win would be nice for Murray

Rachael Murray, the first female jockey to notch 100 wins in a NSW season, will partner Wouldnt It Be Nice as he attempts to win his second June Stakes.

Locals plot Atkins upset at Doomben

Kiwi Melody Belle looks too good in the Group One J J Atkins but some local stables are hoping better conditions can help them cause an upset.

Thompson to reunite with De Little Engine

Apprentice Ben Thompson is excited to get back aboard in-form stayer De Little Engine who will be chasing his third-straight win at Flemington.

Docker Pav has a shot at Flemington goal

Adelaide trainer Nick Smart intends to move to Ballarat and will take the opportunity to check on stables ahead of Docker Pav's run at Flemington.

No retreat as Napoleon prepares for battle

German import Napoleon has bounced back from a career-threatening injury to make his Randwick debut on Saturday in the Stayers Cup.

French import ready for Australian debut

OTI Racing's Terry Henderson is excited to see French import Loresho is ready to make his Australian debut at Flemington.

Ruthven to tackle third Derby

Trainer Ciaron Maher believes the best of Ruthven is still to come but will give the colt his chance in the Group One Queensland Derby.

MVRC announce eight Cox Plate invitees

The Moonee Valley Racing Club has extended invitations to eight international horses to contest this year's weight-for-age Cox Plate.

Amarela chasing overdue win at Flemington

Trainer Nigel Blackiston believes the step up to 1800m should suit Amarela at Flemington on the day stakes-winning stablemate Manapine resumes over 1400m.

Randwick Trainer John Thompson Fined $6000

Racing NSW stewards have fined Randwick trainer John Thompson $6000 after an inquiry into the detection of a prohibited substance in a swab taken from his Group performer Astronomos.

Qiji Phoenix unlikely for Group 1 JJ Atkins

New Zealand galloper Quji Phoenix may miss the G1 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday and instead be sent for a spell.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Tips and Race Preview

The Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday still favour the favourite.

2017 Queensland Derby: Tips and Race Preview

Despite the wide draw, the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday shows up a recent G1 winner.

2017 JJ Atkins: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday sticks with a well backed kiwi.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday favour a Darren Weir runner.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Bonny O’Reilly is the fancy for the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday if she runs here.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday which is a quiet betting race so far.

Hopfgarten on Stradbroke Handicap mission

Trainer Robert Heathcote hopes aggressive tactics on Hopfgarten can give him his first Group One winner in Brisbane in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Wyong Postponed

Wyong has been postponed following the opening race due to bad weather and the state of the track.

Wet Conditions For Opener At Wyong

Sunset Jewel has worn down Special Missile to win the first race at Wyong.

Randwick Heavy 9 After Inspection

Randwick racecourse manager Nevesh Ramdhani reports the track for Saturday is currently rated a Heavy 9 following a regular course proper inspection on Thursday morning.

Mongolian Wolf Out For Redemption

Trainer Darren Weir is confident Mongolian Wolf can make amends for his last start failure at Caulfield when he takes his chance in the Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

Sacred Elixir In Quarantine For Hong Kong

Group One winner Sacred Elixir has entered quarantine for Hong Kong.

Gingernuts Takes Out Award

New Zealand Derby winner Gingernuts took home Outstanding Performance of the Year award for his win in the Avondale Guineas at the Ellerslie Awards ceremony held during their Queen’s Birthday meeting.

Albury Appoints New Chief Executive

Albury Racing Club has appointed Michael Wighton as it new chief executive officer.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap - Weights and Barrier Favour Gold Symphony

Randwick trainer Peter Snowden believes Brisbane jockey Jim Byrne can complete the Doomben Ten Thousand-Stradbroke Handicap double for his stable at Doomben on Saturday.

Samovare Ready For Melbourne Debut

Perth stakes-winning filly Samovare (Savabeel) will look to secure her first win for new trainers Lindsay Park when she lines up in the Trevor Clarke Handicap (1400m) at Flemington on Saturday.

Blake Shinn ready for first US rides

Sydney jockey Blake Shinn will have five rides at Arlington Park for his first meeting during his five-week stint in North America.

Impending Working Well Ahead Of Stradbroke

Trainer Darren Beadman has warned that although Impending (Lonhro) is in good from ahead of his tilt in the Stradbroke Handicap his barrier draw of 18 will make the task more difficult.

Randwick heavy for June Stakes meeting.

Persistent rain means Randwick is already in the heavy range two days out from the June Stakes meeting with more wet weather predicted.

Weir Fined For Saddle Mix-Up

Trainer Darren Weir has been fined $500 after a saddle mix-up at Sandown Lakeside yesterday.

Blaike McDougall admits careless riding

Apprentice Blaike McDougall has been suspended for 17 meetings for careless riding that led to a fall.

Lindsay Park on verge of Melbourne century

One winner at Sandown has taken the Lindsay Park stable to 99 metropolitan winners in Victoria for the season while trainer Darren Weir has moved to 118 wins.

Weir fined $500 over another saddle mix-up

A representative of the Darren Weir stable has collected the wrong saddle before a race at Sandown which has resulted in a $500 fine.

James Cummings in first training treble

James Cummings has marked his last Sydney meeting before joining Godolphin with a training treble at Canterbury.

Jessica Payne gets on board as a senior

Ashlee Marie has provided Cranbourne-based jockey Jessica Payne with her first metropolitan winner since becoming a senior rider.

Collateral does the damage at Canterbury

Collateral again showed his liking for heavy tracks, making it back-to-back wins for new trainer Bjorn Baker at Canterbury.

New nomination deadline for spring Cups

Nominations for the Caulfield and Melbourne Cups will both close on the same day, Racing Victoria has announced.

My Psychiatrist steps up in Stayers Cup

The Joe Pride-trained mare My Psychiatrist tackles two miles for the first time in the Stayers Cup at Randwick.

Wide Stradbroke draw for Clearly Innocent

Bookmakers have reacted quickly to Stradbroke Handicap favourite Clearly Innocent drawing an outside barrier, but trainer Kris Lees isn't worried.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are some wild changes in betting for the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday after the barrier draw.

2017 Queensland Derby: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The market has been influenced strongly by the barriers in the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 JJ Atkins: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The fillies look strong contenders in the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Most of the favourites in the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday are drawn wide from this tricky start.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 is down to run in the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday with most of the main chances drawn low.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Another feature on the day is the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday where the fancies have wider alleys.

Samovare poised to make Melbourne debut

Stakes-winning former Perth filly Samovare is set to step out for the first time for her new stable at Flemington.

Zebulon to appreciate easier assignment

After failing to figure in the Group One Goodwood last start, Zebulon faces a drop in grade at Flemington.

Harrison Coast double a timely reminder

Jockey Tegan Harrison has ridden a double at the Gold Coast, including an all-the-way victory on Sydney mare Aurora Rose.

Promising Filly Sheds Maiden Tag

Promising James Cummings-trained filly Envy Of All has won the opening event at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Odds-on New Horizons misses out on debut

Frankel colt New Horizons was sent off an odds-on favourite for his debut but has finished fourth at Sandown.

New Qld racing appeals system a success

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission says its new appeals system has proved a success after its first year.

Wide Stradbroke draw for Clearly Innocent

Bookmakers have reacted quickly to Stradbroke Handicap favourite Clearly Innocent drawing an outside barrier, but trainer Kris Lees isn't worried.

New Nomination Deadline For Caulfield And Melbourne Cups

Racing Victoria in conjunction with the MRC and VRC has announced changes to nomination and acceptance deadlines for the Melbourne and Caulfield Cups.

Raquel Clark To Extend Stay In Adelaide

Talented Tasmanian apprentice Raquel Clark will remain in Adelaide and transfer to the Leon MacDonald stable.

Global Glamour Back In Work Ahead Of Spring

The Gai Waterhouse-Adrian Bott-trained Global Glamour is back in work prior to her upcoming Spring campaign.

Panya Indentured To Bjorn Baker

Talented apprentice Deanne Panya is now indentured to Warwick Farm-based trainer Bjorn Baker.

Le Romain Returns To Work Ahead Of Spring

Multiple Group 1 winner Le Romain has returned to light work prior to the Spring.

Capacity Field Confirmed For Stradbroke

The Group 1 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday will boast a capacity field with acceptances revealing a full field of 16 plus five emergencies.

Dontpokethetiger To Queensland

The Peter Rudkin-trained Dontpokethetiger will run in a 1200m event at Riccarton today before she leaves on Friday for her two-start prep in Queensland.

Edenhope Transferred To Hamilton

The state of the Edenhope track has forced an upcoming meeting to be transferred to Hamilton.

Volatile Mix Trials Prior To Derby

Queensland Derby favourite Volatile Mix tuned up for tilt at the Group One with a trial over 1270 metres at the Sunshine Coast yesterday.

Hooked Tunes Up For Group One

The Robert Smerdon-trained Hooked tuned-up for his tilt in Saturday’s Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben with a gallop at the Sunshine Coast yesterday.

ATC Accepts Inquiry Findings

The Australian Turf Club has accepted the findings and acknowledges the recommendations of a Racing NSW hearing into charges against its employees in relation to the management of the ATC Mounted Security Division.

Godolphin Chief John Ferguson Quits

John Ferguson has resigned as chief executive and racing manager of Godolphin in a shock aftermath to reports of a breakdown in his relationship with head trainer Saeed bin Suroor.

ATC staff cop fines for improper conduct

Racing NSW have fined two Australian Turf Club staff following an investigation into the treatment of horses attached to the club's mounted security division.

Leilani Lodge stays in the Cummings family

Anthony Cummings will return to Leilani Lodge, where he worked with his legendary father Bart, when son James joins Godolphin as head trainer in Australia.

Rachael Murray rides century of winners

Rachael Murray has ridden into NSW racing history, posting her 100th winner for the season.

Bell watches weather for Stradbroke Edge

Trainer Mick Bell is counting on raceday rain to strengthen the Stradbroke Handicap claims of Jungle Edge.

2017 JJ Atkins - Melody Belle To Pay Late Entry

Smart Kiwi filly Melody Belle will be a late entry for the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben this Saturday.

Heywoods out for milestone win in Sydney

Wagga Wagga trainer Chris Heywood is counting on his son Nick's affinity with Leucura to make a difference at Canterbury.

$1.5m Vancouver Sibling Impresses In Jump Out Win

Plato, a $1.5 million half brother to Vancouver, was an impressive winner of a jump out at Caulfield this morning.

Jockeys Race To The Premiership Post

South Australia and Victoria too close to call, New South Wales marginally competitive and Queensland and Western Australia essentially done and dusted.

Flemington test for unbeaten Counterplay

Two wins from as many starts in South Australia has earned two-year-old filly Counterplay an interstate trip to run at Flemington.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday is of a great race won by some elite horses over the years.

2017 Queensland Derby: Race History and All In Market

Some champions show up in the Race History of the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday but doubt we’ll see any this week.

2017 JJ Atkins: Race History and All In Market

Various factors have changed the Race History of the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday has changed since it was reduced in distance.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Race History and All In Market

The Race History of the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday shows it isn’t always the greatest guide to the Tiara in two weeks.

Lindsay Park on verge of Melbourne century

The Lindsay Park stable is within two of 100 Melbourne metropolitan wins for the season and has the chance to reach the milestone at Sandown.

Godolphin boss John Ferguson resigns

John Ferguson has announced his resignation as chief executive and racing manager of Godolphin.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Race History and All In Market

It doesn’t appear a strong edition of the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday compared to the race’s history.

Rachael Murray Rides 100th Winner This Season

Rachael Murray has become the first female jockey to ride 100 winners in a season in NSW.

No 2017 JJ Atkins For Pardoe

In form two-year-old Pardoe will not contest Saturday's 2017 JJ Atkins with trainer Tony Sears saying the colt had earned a spell.

Low expectations for Centre Pivot return

The Peter Robl-trained gelding Centre Pivot starts his winter campaign at Randwick on Saturday with the Civic Stakes at Rosehill next month the major focus.

Premiership battle to continue at Sandown

After breaking his maiden at Sandown two starts ago, three-year-old Willi Willi returns to the venue for another midweek race with Craig Williams aboard.

2017 Queensland Derby - Green Light For Mongolian Wolf

Mongolian Wolf will take his place in Saturday's 2017 Queensland Derby after pleasing at trackwork this morning.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap - Ulmann A Trial Eye-Catcher

2017 Stradbroke Handicap contender Ulmann caught the eye running on well in a Sunshine Coast barrier trial this morning.

Nominations Point To Another Bumper Meeting On Canberra’s New Synthetic track.

The contenders for the ACT Trainers Premiership have nominated strong teams for Friday’s Canberra meeting on the new Acton synthetic track.

2017 Queensland Derby - Volatile Mix Closes Well In Trial

2017 Queensland Derby favourite Volatile Mix has worked to the line well in a barrier trial at Sunshine Coast this morning.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap - Hayes Pleased With Derryn's Work

Co-trainer David Hayes was pleased by the workout of Derryn in Brisbane as he prepares for the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap on Saturday.

Anthony and Edward Cummings Moving To Leilani Lodge

The Cummings name will continue to be associated with Leilani Lodge with news Anthony and Edward Cummings will move their training operation there.

British Stayer Torcedor Possible For Melbourne Cup

British stayer Torcedor is being considered for a trip to Australia to contest the Melbourne Cup later this year.

First Victorian Runner For Frankel

Frankel will have his first runner in Victoria tomorrow, when the Darren Weir-trained three-year-old New Horizons makes his debut over 1200 metres at Sandown Lakeside.

Group One winner Famous Seamus retired

Group One winner Famous Seamus has been retired after a 59-start career which netted 12 wins and more than $1.3 million.

Independent review of Eagle Farm track

Dale Monteith has been called on to conduct an independt review of the Eagle Farm track.

Sad Passing Of Noted Racing Figures

Newcastle and Hunter Valley racing has lost two noted figures with the passing of trainers Roy Hinton and Lewis Seib.

2017 Queensland Derby - Ruthven On Song

Trainer Ciaron Maher has said he expects a big run from Ruthven when he takes his chance in the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

Short-lived trip for Victorian apprentice

Victorian apprentice Ethan Brown is returning home after being denied entry into the UK with the wrong visa.

Smerdon after two runners in Stradbroke

Hooked will take his place in the Stradbroke Handicap while stablemate Oak Door will need some scratchings to make his way into the field.

Nikita Beriman chases another Group One

Jockey Nikita Beriman will be chasing a second Group One win when she rides Fontein Lad in the Queensland Derby.

No Stradbroke penalty for Bonny O'Reilly

Doomben winner Bonny O'Reilly has not been penalised for her Listed victory and needs an attrition rate to make the Stradbroke Handicap field.

Wet weather forces Edenhope transfer

Rain around Edenhope in country Victoria has forced an upcoming meeting to be transferred to Hamilton.

Weather a concern for Boss Lane

Sydney's weather holds the key to the June Stakes chances of Boss Lane as hs strives to get back among the winners.

Alex Steedman Racing HQ Audio Timeform Recap

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman recaps the Queensland Oaks Day meeting with Shawn Cosgrove on Racing HQ.

Back to work for Derby-winning jockey

Trainer Noel Mayfield-Smith remembers English Derby-winning jockey Padraig Beggy as a hard worker and talented rider during his Australian stint.

Lizard Island ready for Flemington return

Group One placegetter Lizard Island is set to make his long-awaited return to racing following an injury-enforced break.

2017 Stradbroke Handicap: Nominations

There were 27 nominations for the 2017 Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday before acceptances are taken.

2017 Queensland Derby: Nominations

There are 25 official nominations for the 2017 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday but could be more late entries.

2017 JJ Atkins: Nominations

There are 20 original nominations for the 2017 JJ Atkins at Doomben on Saturday but expecting there to be late nominations.

2017 Brisbane Cup: Nominations

Only 15 are entered for the 2017 Brisbane Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Dane Ripper Stakes: Nominations

There are 21 nominations for the 2017 Dane Ripper Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Queensland Guineas: Nominations

A big field is likely after 23 nominated for the 2017 Queensland Guineas at Doomben on Saturday.

Trainer considers late fee for Derby run

Ana Royale could be running in the Queensland Derby if connections decide to pay an $18,000 late entry fee.

Nikita Beriman chases another Group One

Jockey Nikita Beriman will be chasing a second Group One win when she rides Fontein Lad in the Queensland Derby.

Weir Still In The Race For Waller's Title

Darren Weir may yet foil Chris Waller’s bid to be crowned Australia’s leading Group One trainer for a record fifth successive season.

Clipperton rides G3 winner in Hong Kong

Sam Clipperton has ridden a Group Three winner in Hong Kong to highlight his successful first season.

ATC Officials Face Stewards Charges

The hearing of charges against two staff members of the Australian Turf Club’s Mounted Security Division will take place on Tuesday.

Spring Hopes For Ugo Foscolo

Group One winner Ugo Foscolo is preparing for a spring campaign with the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott stable.

Derby Chance For Ana Royale; Spell For Snitty Kitty

Victorian filly Ana Royale is in line to take on the colts in the G1 Queensland Derby at Doomben on Saturday.

Forster Clings To Stradbroke Hopes

Brisbane trainer Desleigh Foster has put on a brave face in the hope of gaining a Stradrboke Handicap at Doomben on Saturday with Too Good To Refuse.

Andrew Balding Signals Caulfield Cup Bid

Andrew Balding is the first UK trainer to turn his attention to the Melbourne spring, naming the Caulfield Cup as a likely target for his promising staying mare Elberth.

Spring Plans For Ballarat Winner

The Peter Gelagotis stable have spring ambitions for Pierro colt Levendi following his debut win at Ballarat on Sunday.

Kaspersky, Payne on target for Queen Anne

Michelle Payne hopes to ride in England before she partners Kaspersky in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Tense wait for a Stradbroke start

Bonny O'Reilly will have to rely on a re-handicap to make the field for the Group One Stradbroke.

Derby start hinges on country gallop

Mongolian Wolf could join Volatile Mix and Rockstar Rebel in the Queensland Derby if he pleases trainer Darren Weir in a gallop at Coleraine.

Lees Taking No Risks With Clearly Innocent

Trainer Kris Lees will take no risks with Stradbroke Handicap favourite Clearly Innocent in the lead-up to the $1.5 million feature at Doomben on Saturday.

Forster pins hopes on Stradbroke

Desleigh Forster is hoping Too Good To Refuse makes the field for the Stradbroke Handicap after being devastated by the loss of a stable favourite horse.

Qld stewards to tackle Doomben noise

The unusual complaints to stewards this winter have continued when they were asked to address noise issues from corporate tents at Doomben.

Lindsay Park waits on right race for Zero

Lindsay Park is waiting for a race at Flemington in July with old-timer Extra Zero, a winner at his 100th start..

Queen Of Wands to be a carnival contender

Queen Of Wands has staked her claim for late carnival honours with a low-key win at the Gold Coast.

Sixth Derby for O'Brien with outsider

Unheralded jockey Padraig Beggy has gained a fairytale success on outsider Wings Of Eagles in the Derby at Epsom.

Williams, Mertens dominate Moonee Valley

Craig Williams has whittled back the lead in the premiership race with a treble as leader Beau Mertens landed a double.

Louie Sea Kay makes it a treble for Brown

Corey Brown has ridden a treble at Rosehill to stay on form ahead of a return to the Queensland winter carnival action.

Bonny O'Reilly walks Stradbroke tightrope

Bonny O'Reilly has emerged as a lightweight contender for the Stradbroke Handicap after her win in the Helen Coughlan Stakes at Doomben.

Weir sets new city record at the Valley

Camdus has provided Darren Weir with his 116th metropolitan winner for the season, taking him past Lee Freedman's mark.

Rachel King reins in memorable city double

Apprentice Rachel King has turned her first Saturday winner into a double at Rosehill with a satisfying victory for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

2017 Helen Coughlan Stakes: Bonny O’Reilly was bonny again

Using an inside run off an inside draw, Bonny O’Reilly won the 2017 Helen Coughlan Stakes at Doomben on Saturday with ease.

Royal Tudor makes amends for last start

Royal Tudor has made up for his last-start Scone Cup failure with victory at Rosehill.

2017 Queensland Oaks: Egg Tart wins easily

Reminiscent of Winx two years ago, Egg Tart scored a big win in the 2017 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday.

Egg Tart wins the Group 1 Queensland Oaks

The Chris Waller-trained Egg Tart has lived up to her Queensland Oaks favouritism to score a clear-cut win in the Group One race.

Deploy prevails in G2 Moreton Cup thriller

Consistent sprinter Deploy's gutsy win in the Group Two Moreton Cup at Doomben has earned him an extended winter carnival campaign.

2017 Moreton Cup: Deploy fights back to win

Fighting hard, Deploy was tougher than his rivals in winning the 2017 Moreton Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Firsthand first past the post at Rosehill

Firsthand has had to dig deep to win at Rosehill and maintain his 50 per cent winning strike rate.

Snitty Kitty claims Queensland Lightning

Melbourne filly Snitty Kitty has shown her class with a tenacious win in the Queensland Lightning at Doomben.

Single Gaze wins dramatic PJ O'Shea Stakes

The win of Single Gaze in the Group Two PJ O'Shea Stakes at Doomben has been marred by the breakdown of Cylinder Beach.

Zamex gives Dunn eighth Highway Hcp winner

Favourite Zamex has taken out the Highway Handicap for Murwillumbah-based trainer Matthew Dunn.

Dream result for Lees filly at Rosehill

The Kris Lees-trained filly Just Dreaming has underlined her potential with a tough win at Rosehill.

2017 Lightning Handicap: Snitty Kitty improves Tim Clark’s week

After a fall midweek, Tim Clark was able to rebound and win the 2017 Lightning Handicap at Doomben on Saturday on Snitty Kitty.

Ability lives up to his name at the Valley

A gelding operation may allow Ability to live up to his name following a first-up win at Moonee Valley.

2017 PJ O’Shea Stakes: Single Gaze wins at WFA

In a slowly run race, Single Gaze scored in the 2017 PJ O’Shea Stakes at Doomben on Saturday in a sad ending to the race.

Damien Oliver at best in Spear Chief win

Damien Oliver has shown why he is rated one of Australia's leading jockeys with a last-to-first win on Payroll in the Spear Chief Stakes.

Firm footing makes difference for Cottage

Godolphin mare Cottage has made the most of a dry track at Rosehill to score her first win this preparation.

Wanted Diva brave in Moonee Valley victory

Wanted Diva has brought up the 36th two-year-old winner for Lindsay Park for the season with her win at Moonee Valley.

Cellargirl ticks black-type box at Doomben

Kelly Schweida won't set the bar too high for Cellargirl this campaign despite her dominant win in the Listed Bill Carter Stakes at Doomben.

2017 Spear Chief Handicap: Payroll got through late

Surging up the inside, Payroll came from well back to win the 2017 Spear Chief Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

Test The World survives Rosehill protest

Test The World has scored a close win and survived a protest at Rosehill to give Corey Brown his first victory for trainer Bjorn Baker.

2017 Bill Carter Stakes: Cellargirl wins eased down

First up for Kelly Schweida, Cellargirl won the 2017 Bill Carter Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Pardoe wins four in a row

Pardoe is no certainty to run in next week's Group One JJ Atkins Stakes despite an easy win at Doomben.

Silence ends first campaign with a bang

The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt Silence has benefited from a smart ride from Glyn Schofield to win at Rosehill.

2017 The Phoenix: Pardoe leads all the way

Despite running along all the way, Pardoe kept going to win the 2017 The Phoenix at Doomben on Saturday.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Moonee Valley

Racing and Sports Senior Handicapper Adam Blencowe gives his best for the Moonee Valley card today on RadioTab.

Alex Steedman offers the Sydney Specials

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman provides RadioTab his thoughts on Rosehill for today.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Rosehill meeting on Saturday June 3.

Today's Doomben Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Queensland Oaks meeting at Doomben on Saturday June 3.

Enable upsets favourite in Oaks at Epsom

The John Gosden-trained Enable has upset the favourite Rhododendron to win the Oaks at Epsom under Frankie Dettori.

Lees Likes His Rosehill Chances

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees heads to Rosehill on Saturday with strong prospects in four races after deciding to bypass the Brisbane meeting at Doomben.

Waterhouse appeals horse switch penalty

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott await the outcome of their appeal against a conviction and fine imposed by Racing NSW stewards for substituting horses.

Dale regrets track switch to Doomben

Canberra trainer Matt Dale is lamenting the decision to relocate Queensland Oaks Day from Eagle Farm to Doomben.

Patience to pay off for Scott Morrisey

Trainer Scott Morrisey has taken a patient course with Perilous Love and it could pay off in the Group One Queensland Oaks.

Selita runs for Mark Newnham at Doomben

After being only a length back in the Bright Shadow, Mark Newnham’s Selita can run a race in the Helen Coughlan Stakes at Doomben.

Henry Dwyer has Snitty Kitty in the Lightning at Doomben

Off some very consistent form at home in Melbourne and a stakes placing at Scone, Snitty Kitty runs in the Lightning Handicap.

John Allen discusses Kenedna in the Queensland Oaks

With the top ride on Kenedna in the Queensland Oaks, John Allen has the chance to win another feature staying race.

Can Single Gaze see off her rivals at WFA?

In a small field, Single Gaze is the favourite in the PJ O’Shea Stakes.

Change of plans for Upstart Pride

Upstart Pride will run in the Queensland Lightning after trainer Michael Nolan was forced to change plans.

Tsaritsa challenged to rediscover form

Chris Waller is looking to Tsaritsa's to recapture her Queensland Guineas-winning form of a year ago when she runs at Rosehill.

Volpe seeking third successive win

Danny Williams is confident Volpe can notch his third consecutive win when he makes his Rosehill debut before being even more effective over longer distances.

Vic apprentice Liam Riordon outed again

Victorian apprentice Liam Riordon has been suspended for the 17th time since he began riding a year ago.

Mr Individual on notice at the Valley

Co-trainer Leon Corstens says Mr Individual could be facing a gelding operation if he doesn't run well at Moonee Valley.

Typhoon Jolie faces Valley distance rise

Trainer John Sadler is racing Typhoon Jolie over a longer journey as a test for some black-type races in the future.

SA signs media rights deal with Racing.com

Thoroughbred Racing South Australia has signed a seven-year media rights deal with Racing.com.

Mister Marmalade on the road to recovery

Mister Marmalade finally makes his Highway Handicap debut at Rosehill after a previous trip to the city was thwarted by a car accident.

Eagle Farm to be closed indefinitely

Eagle Farm will be closed for an extended period to allow repairs to its much-maligned track while Ipswich will receive a facilities upgrade.

Nurse Kitchen Joins Kris Lees Stable

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees will prepare the classy filly Nurse Kitchen for another season of racing after she was sold at the Gold Coast this week for $1.7 million.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

After the change on Monday, Group One racing will be at Doomben this week with the Queensland Oaks and for the rest of the carnival.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Back to Rosehill this week for some Winter racing.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Moonee Valley

Metropolitan Saturday racing is at Moonee Valley for one of the few times in a year.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Morphettville Parks hosts the Adelaide meeting again this Saturday on an improving track.

Acquittal On Trial Against The Older Horses

Despite not having made his race day debut, two-year-old Acquittal looks capable of greeting the judge ahead of his challengers when he debuts at Goulburn on Monday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Racing in Perth this Saturday will include the G3 Belmont Sprint.

Lee Freedman Favoured To Train In Singapore

Lee Freedman is favoured to replace Laurie Laxon in the Singapore training ranks when the former premiership winner returns to New Zealand later this year.

South Australian Racing Signs With Racing.com

South Australian racing has agreed to a multi-million dollar media rights agreement with Victoria’s television broadcaster Racing.com.

Dry Doomben track to help Hill's man

Exciting galloper Man Of His Word will get the dry track he needs to win the Spear Chief Stakes at Doomben.

Eagle Farm will be closed for an indefinite period

BRC Chair Neville Bell indicated that Eagle Farm will be out of action for a long time to sort out the track issues.

Apprentice banned from Epsom Derby

The British Horseracing Authority has barred inexperienced apprentice Gina Mangan from riding in the Derby at Epsom.

Heavy rain forecast for the Oaks at Epsom

The Oaks and then Derby meeting at Epsom could well be rain affected if forecasts prove to be true.

Lee Freedman gets Laxon tick of approval

Champion Singapore trainer Laurie Laxon would like another champion trainer, Lee Freedman, to take over his business in Singapore.

O'Shea to link again with McDonald

Trainer John O'Shea says James McDonald will again be his No.1 jockey once his 18-month betting ban expires.

Pre-Stradbroke hit-out for The Virginian

Trainer Toby Edmonds has decided The Virginian needs to run in the Moreton Cup before tackling the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.

Jockey Leanne Henry to return to trackwork

Jockey Leanne Henry is eyeing a return to trackwork after recovering from injury.

Star to ease Gollan's Oaks disappointment

If She's Our Star can win the Bill Carter Stakes at Doomben it will help ease Tony Gollan's disappointment at missing an Oaks run with another of his horses.

Zamex to jump at chance to atone

Matthew Dunn hopes Zamex is ready to make a clean break in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill after a slow start undermined his last race.

Shiraz seeks corker return to racing

The Kim Waugh-trained Shiraz resumes at Rosehill with a Queensland winter carnival trip in mind.

Rudy wants to be a millionaire

Tough gelding Rudy can take a major step towards the millionaire's club with a win in the Group Two O'Shea Stakes at Doomben.

2017 Queensland Oaks: Tips and Race Preview

We have the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday in what shapes as a competitive race on and off track.

2017 PJ O’Shea Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 PJ O’Shea Stakes at Doomben on Saturday where an old warrior is best backed.

2017 Moreton Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Moreton Cup at Doomben on Saturday in a wide open Group 2 race.

2017 Belmont Sprint: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Belmont Sprint at Belmont on Saturday where a hero from the Summer has been backed.

Trainer Ben Currie chasing upset Oaks win

Trainer Ben Currie has put aside the departure of stable star Col 'N' Lil to plot more upset wins at Doomben.

John O'Shea Audio With Andrew Bensley

John O'Shea talks to Sky Sports Radio about his future and departure from Godolphin.

Liberty on song for Moonee Valley contest

Trainer John Moloney is hoping for a change of luck with Liberty Song at Moonee Valley after two placings and a close-up fourth in his past three starts.

Bella ready to make her mark at Doomben

Promising Italia Bella is ready to break her maiden status in style in a Listed race at Doomben.

Miss Vista stays home for Valley outing

Trainer George Osborne is happy to progress through the grades with Miss Vista before looking to black-type for the mare in the spring.

Roughie Music Addition Wins At Gosford

Music Addition has won at at the big odds of $67 in the 2yo Maiden race over 1000m.

Chris Waller seven-handed in G1 Qld Oaks

Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller will have seven fillies in the Queensland Oaks headed by Egg Tart and Dawn Wall.

Aquis gets Gold Coast naming rights

The Gold Coast racetrack will be renamed Aquis Park under a three-year-deal with night racing on the agenda.

Win of Vital Importance for Parnham stable

Vital Importance will be shooting for back-to-back wins for Perth trainer Neville Parnham when she runs at Moonee Valley.

Rosehill Track Update - June 3

Update on the track for Rosehill Gardens Saturday June 3

O'Brien Launches Three-pronged Oaks Attack

Trainer Aidan O’Brien will launch a three-pronged attack at the Oaks (Gr 1, 1m4f) at Epsom tomorrow, with his 1,000 Guineas (Gr 1, 1m) runner-up Rhododendron (Galileo) a shortpriced favourite in a ten runner field

Destiny's Kiss Set To Resume

The Joseph Pride-trained Destiny's Kiss (Power Of Destiny) is set to resume in the Octagonal Handicap (1400m) at Rosehill this weekend.

Ten To Run In Coronation Cup

A field of ten were also declared for tomorrow’s Coronation Cup (Gr 1, 1m4f) at Epsom, with the globetrotting multiple Group One winner Highland Reel (Galileo) heading the market for the £420,000 race.

Extra Zero To Race On

The Lindsay Park-trained ten-year-old Extra Zero will continue his racing career.

Gold Coast To Be Named Aquis Park

Aquis Farm has secured naming right for the Gold Coast with the track to be named Aquis Park from the start of the new season.

She Will Reign Starts Spring Preparation

Gary Portelli’s crack two-year-old stars She Will Reign and Single Bullet are ready to begin their spring preparations.

Team Snowden Jumps At Doomben Chance With Dothraki

The connections of million dollar earner Dothraki jumped at the chance to give him a shot at the $175,000 Moreton Bay Cup at Doomben on Saturday after the race was transferred from Eagle Farm.

August Return For Nash Rawilller

Hong Kong-based Australian jockey Nash Rawiller will not ride again before August to ensure he makes a full recovery from a dislocated shoulder.

Andrew Adkins Wins Rising Star Series

Andrew Adkins has been crowned the winner of the Racing NSW Rising Star Series for 2016/17.

ATC begins Everest selection process

The Australian Turf Club has called for expressions of interest in its slot for the $10 million Everest.