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Sky Boy to star in Villiers for Cummings

The Anthony Cummings-trained Sky Boy can cement his place as the stable star when he runs in the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Gollan pair take each other on at Doomben

Trainer Tony Gollan will continue to play a major role in the Queensland summer carnival with three-year-olds Zoustyle and Outback Barbie leading the team.

Widdup Sends Unraced Pair To Wyong

Hawkesbury’s leading trainer Brad Widdup is on a roll and looking forward to keeping the winning momentum going at Wyong on Wednesday.

Tye Angland Returns To Sydney

Injured jockey Tye Angland has been transferred to a Sydney hospital after an overnight flight from Hong Kong.

Freedman lands Singapore trainers' title

In his first full year of training in Singapore, Australian Lee Freedman has won the premiership.

Wait and see on four straight for Our Luca

Our Luca has been nominated for an 1100m-sprint at Flemington but trainer Jerome Hunter says a start will depend on how the final field shapes up.

RV wants lengthy cobalt bans for Hopes

Father-and-son trainers Lee and Shannon Hope face potentially career-ending disqualifications for intentionally administering cobalt to three racehorses.

False statements earn McLean a suspension

Warrnambool trainer Jarrod McLean has been suspended for making false statements to stewards which led to the scratching of Trap For Fools from the Coongy Cup.

2018 Villiers Stakes: Nominations

Some promising younger horses are among the nominations for the 2018 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Comin' Through unplaced in HK Mile

Hong Kong champion Beauty Generation has capped his season with victory in the HK International Mile in which Australia's Comin' Through has been unplaced.

Trial Watch Reviews - Rosehill and Wyong

Trial Watch Reviews of trials at Wyong (December 3) and Rosehill (December 4).

Waterhouse/Bott Target Wyong Magic Millions

The Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott training team has its sights on landing the rich Magic Millions double at Wyong on Wednesday.

Grafton And Albury Confirm Carnival Dates

Clarence River Jockey Club has made an important change to the race meeting schedule for the Grafton Cup carnival in July.

Care To Think remains on course for Cup

Trainer Matt Dunn is confident Care To Think is still on course to win his second Magic Millions Cup at the Gold Coast.

New complex given the go-ahead at Pakenham

Lindsay Park has been given the nod to begin work on their training complex at the Pakenham racecourse.

Eagle Farm track to have race rehearsal

The Eagle Farm course proper will have a rehearsal for a full race meeting with two official barrier trials and two jump-outs.

Arcadia Queen in Golden Eagle market

Perth's latest racing star, Arcadia Queen, has been installed on the second line of betting for the $7.5 million Golden Eagle.

I Am Queen in line for a Gold Coast trip

Co-trainer Trent Busuttin will be hoping for a good run from I Am Queen to justify taking her to the Gold Coast for the rich Magic Millions meeting.

Rookie Trainer Spins Her Own Magic At Wyong

Hawkesbury trainer Brooke Somers will take on some of racing’s heavyweights with her filly Enchanted Glory in Wednesday’s $200,000 Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

Altior racks up 15th consecutive win

Star jumper Altior has taken his winning streak to 15 with his victory in the Tingle Creek Chase at Sandown.

Arcadia Queen stamps herself a star

Perth filly Arcadia Queen is the toast of the west after a brilliant victory at Ascot in the Kingston Town Classic, the final Australian Group One race of the year.

Our Big Mike lands record-breaking Cup win

Our Big Mike has led throughout to take out the Pakenham Cup, giving New Zealand trainer Craig Phelan his biggest victory.

Ben Allen cops 12-meeting whip suspension

Victory aboard the Darren Weir-trained Mr Quickie has come at a cost for Ben Allen with the rider suspended for 12 meetings.

Tasmania takes out Origin Jockeys Series

A bold front-running ride by Jamie Kah to win the final heat of the Origin Jockeys Series has not been enough to deny Tasmania victory.

Our Crown Mistress wins Just Now Quality

Jockey Brett Prebble has been able to dictate a slow pace to help Our Crown Mistress win the Listed Just Now Quality.

Bon Amis to take aim at Takeover Target

The Jason Deamer-trained Bon Amis has won his second consecutive Rosehill sprint to set up a bid for the Listed Takeover Target Stakes at Gosford.

Mick Kent strikes more Gold with Amadeus

Mick Kent is planning on one more summer outing for Amadeus before aiming at the rich VOBIS Gold race day at Caulfield after landing another win at Pakenham.

Beauty Way scores debut Australian victory

With victories on the board in the United Kingdom, Hong Kong and New Zealand, Beauty Way can now add Australia to the list of winning destinations.

Daring tactics pay dividends for Irithea

The Bjorn Baker-trained Irithea will be aimed at the Group Three Belle of the Turf Stakes at Gosford after being given a daring ride to win at Rosehill.

Stewards finalise inquiry into Parr ride

Racing NSW stewards have concluded an inquiry into the circumstances of odds-on favourite Roheryn's defeat in a race at Rosehill.

Czarson emerges as a factor in 2YO races

Czarson is not considered the best two-year-old in the Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott stable but is on an upward spiral with his second win from two starts.

Coldstone continues Gollan's golden run

Tony Gollan has thanked rival trainer Mick Kent for his help after Coldstone won the Listed Brisbane Handicap at Doomben.

A Man To Match on Queensland Derby trail

A Man To Match has confirmed trainer Tony Gollan's opinion he is a future staying star with his Doomben win.

Magic Millions 2YO glory awaits Marshall

Jockey Taylor Marshall has earned a ride in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic after his mount Oh Five Glory won at Doomben.

Craig Newitt lands double in Origin series

Jockey Craig Newitt has ridden a double in the Origin Jockeys Series, winning on Sophie's Gold Class at Doomben.

Mishani Spirit confirms Magic Millions bid

Toowoomba filly Mishani Spirit is Magic Millions 2YO Classic-bound after a brilliant comeback win at the Gold Coast.

2018 Pakenham Cup: Our Big Mike leads all the way

The kiwis came to the fore as Our Big Mike ran rivals into the ground in the 2018 Pakenham Cup at Pakenham on Saturday.

Star Fall impresses with Pakenham return

Star Fall has made a winning return for Ciaron Maher and David Eustace, scoring an all-the-way win at Pakenham.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Rosehill meeting on December 8 with selections for all races.

Hawker Hurricane to miss Magic Millions

Trainer Mike Moroney will wait and target the Blue Diamond with Hawker Hurricane while the colt's stablemate Alburq is still on a Magic Millions path.

New Zealand leads jockeys origin series

Surprise Bullet has shed his bridesmaid status to keep Queensland in touch with the leaders in the State of Origin Jockeys Series at Doomben.

Trial Watch and Blackbook Report for December 8

Noted Trial Watch runners and eligible Blackbook horses engaged on December 8 and 9.

All In Brawl to kick off summer campaign

Lightly raced All In Brawl has shown talent in his two starts and trainer John Price is looking forward to the gelding's return from a spell at Pakenham.

Baster and Runaway team again at Pakenham

Runaway has been freshened after contesting the Melbourne Cup and is set to run in the Pakenham Cup with Stephen Baster again aboard.

RAD Board date set for McLean hearing

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board is set to hear a charge against Jarrod McLean which resulted in Trap For Fools being scratched from a Caulfield race.

Lightly-Raced Galloper To 'Playard' Against Opponents At Hawkesbury

Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer hasn’t lost faith in Playard – and says punters shouldn’t either!

Robbie Dolan Gets His Turn For Lees Stable

Talented apprentice Robbie Dolan has the chance to make a winning debut for the Kris Lees stable at Rosehill on Saturday.

Ben Smith Cobalt Inquiry Adjourned Indefinitely

The Benjamin Smith cobalt inquiry has been deferred to a date to be fixed at the request of the trainer's legal representative.

Berisha ready to launch in Pakenham Cup

John Sadler has been mixing up the work with stayer Berisha who has met with betting support ahead of the Pakenham Cup.

Baileys' Sydney date with destiny

Victorian youngster Baileys will be out to upstage the locals and potentially earn a Magic Millions trip when he lines up at Rosehill.

Waterhouse/Bott step up carnival push

The Gai Waterhouse/Adrian Bott training partnership will step up its Brisbane summer carnival campaign with Our Crown Mistress at Doomben.

Mr Money Bags aims for Gold at Pakenham

The early summer form of Mr Money Bags, who contests the VOBIS Gold Bullion at Pakenham, could determine whether he earns a Magic Millions Cup start.

Peter Hulbert chasing Millions glory

Trainer Peter Hulbert has promised to give jockey Taylor Marshall the Magic Millions Classic ride if Oh Five Glory qualifies for the big race via Doomben.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

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

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Back to some benchmark racing at Rosehill this weekend.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Pakenham

They run the Pakenham Cup on Saturday as the metropolitan meeting.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Doomben hosts Listed racing this weekend with the Brisbane Handicap and Just Now Quality.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

The City Of Marion Stakes is on this week at Morphettville.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

Last of the Group 1s for 2018 is the Kingston Town Classic at Ascot.

British teams competition announced

Championship Horse Racing is proposing a series of team races to take place across eight racecourses in Britain and Ireland.

The Golden Eagle looking to soar

With the new 4yo race run at Rosehill worth $7.5m, the Golden Eagle will make plenty of waves next season.

2018 Kingston Town Classic: Tips and Race Preview

The Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday suggests the favourites are the ones to be with.

Two Millions chances for syndicate

The 2KThoroughbreds syndicate has the chance to step up its Magic Millions campaigns with two runners over the Doomben double header.

Stronger voice at national level: Pakula

The time has arrived for Racing Australia to have a bigger say in how racing is run on a national front according to Victorian Racing Minister Martin Pakula.

Elliott on the attack over Golden Eagle

The Victoria Racing Club has accused Racing NSW of parochialism with its new race, the Golden Eagle,to be held on the first day of the Melbourne Cup carnival.

NZ favourite for Origin jockeys series

New Zealand has been installed favourite to win the fourth annual State of Origin Jockeys Series at Doomben.

Kevin Moses back with a Millions dream

Having nursed Niccolance back to fitness, trainer Kevin Moses is hoping he can keep the horse sound enough to chase a Magic Millions carnival berth.

Stakes winners nominated for Wyong feature

Stakes-winning juveniles Dubious, Unite And Conquer and Champagne Boom feature among 14 nominations for the Wyong Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

Stewart to honour Angland in Origin series

Brad Stewart says he hopes to do injured jockey Tye Angland proud when he rides for NSW in the State of Origin jockeys series at Doomben.

Alexander with Pakenham Cup day hopes

While Archie Alexander is hoping Lord Fandango can bounce back in the Pakenham Cup, the trainer also has chances in some of the support races on the program.

Heathcote mares to clash in Just Now

Robert Heathcote's stable stars Femme Fireball and Stella Victoria will clash for the second time in the Just Now Quality at Doomben.

Draw the only barrier for Bon Amis

Bargain buy Bon Amis can take his prize money tally to more than $300,000 with a win at Rosehill.

Stokes looking to open account at new home

Symphonette, It's A Myth and Nodoubtaboutit will be the first runners trainer Phillip Stokes will send out from his new training base at Pakenham.

Khartoum chases redemption in Pakenham Cup

After a narrow defeat in the Pakenham Cup 12 months ago, connections of Khartoum are hoping the stayer can go one better in the 2500m-race.

Petrology has important gear change

Trainer Matt Dunn has made some important gear changes to Petrology for the Listed Brisbane Handicap at Doomben.

Rosehill Track Update

Racing is at Rosehill for the sixth straight week and the track is holding up well.

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Three-year-old Trusty Lad on staying path

Promising three-year-old Trusty Lad can confirm he is a genuine staying prospect when he runs over 2000m at Doomben.

Gosford Preview

Racing in NSW today is at Gosford where the rail is true.

Oliver Koolman talks The Autumn Sun

The biggest prospect in the 4yo ranks next season will be The Autumn Sun but his plans may not change even after the Golden Eagle announcement.

Kris Lees talks the Golden Eagle and Smart Melody

With one of the most impressive crop of three year olds this season, Kris Lees will be one to attack the Golden Eagle.

Aquis Farm has some targets at the Golden Eagle

As one of the new big players in the racing game, Aquis Farm will be targeting the new feature race.

Noel Callow update

Matt Hyland from the Victorian Jockeys’ Association discusses Noel Callow following his race fall.

De Sousa Dominates Hong Kong Jockey Championship

Brazilian jockey Silvestre de Sousa scored points in all four legs of the Longines International Jockeys Championship at Happy Valley on (Wednesday night to run out a convincing and deserved winner.

Noel Callow in hospital after Sandown fall

Noel Callow has been involved in a race fall at Sandown and has been taken to hospital complaining of back and neck soreness.

Lees stable loses top filly Smart Melody

Trainer Kris Lees has lost top-flight filly Smart Melody due to complications following colic surgery,

RV CEO responds to new Sydney spring races

Racing Victoria's chief executive has issued a response to the announcement of more feature races in NSW during the spring racing carnival.

Spring riches to stimulate racing industry

Gary Portelli is excited about the changes taking place in Sydney racing and believes his stable is well position to capitalise.

$7.5 million The Golden Eagle Highlights Spring Expansion

Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club today announced the launch of a unique, new race – The Golden Eagle.

Trainer Matthew Leek fined over conduct

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has fined trainer Matthew Leek $5000 after he pleaded guilty to a conduct charge.

Kah has chance for second Brisbane Hcp win

Jamie Kah will chase back-to-back Brisbane Handicap victories for trainer Ben Currie.

Lord Fandango presses on to Pakenham Cup

Archie Alexander is hoping for firmer footing in the Pakenham Cup for Lord Fandango after the stayer failed in the Ballarat Cup on rain-affected going.

Williams trio hit the Highway to Rosehill

Trainer Danny Williams will have a strong presence in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill with three runners, all of them genuine chances.

Dry track to help Sold For Song at Doomben

Trainer Kevin Kemp is hoping Sold For Song will get a dry track to show her best in the Brisbane Handicap at Doomben.

Rosina Kojonup adds to family reputation

Rosina Kojonup, a half-sister to Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign, is well on the way to leaving her own mark on racing after winning at Warwick Farm.

All-Star Mile on autumn radar for Alizee

Dual Group One winner Alizee is set to be up and running during summer in the build-up to the autumn when the All-Star Mile could feature in her program.

Re-handicap for Age Of Fire at Pakenham

Age Of Fire has been re-handicapped for the David Bourke Memorial Handicap at Pakenham because of mistake involving the horse's assessed rating.

River House impresses in Sandown victory

River House remains unbeaten in his current campaign, scoring a runaway victory in the Clanbrooke Racing Handicap at Sandown.

Really Swish gets maiden win at Sandown

Despite getting to the front too soon, Really Swish has held off the late finishers to score his maiden win at Sandown.

Ipswich win a boost for unknown stallion

The win of Chill The Beer at Ipswich has been a boost for little-known but well-bred sire Straight.

2018 Kingston Town Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2018 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday shapes as an even better race than the Railway from a fortnight earlier.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

Racing Victoria CEO Statement on Spring Racing Carnival

Racing Victoria CEO Giles Thompson, has issued the following release regarding today’s announcement by Racing NSW on changes to its Spring racing program.

In-form Sam Slick set for biggest test yet

Progressive four-year-old Sam Slick will be out to continue his unbeaten preparation when he steps up in class in the VOBIS Gold Bullion at Pakenham.

Track Watch Report for December 5/6

Noted Trial Watch horses engaged on December 5 (Warwick Farm) and December 6 (Gosford).

Prince Of Arran on target for HK Vase

Prince Of Arran, third in the Melbourne Cup, has had a leisurely canter at Sha Tin ahead of the Hong Kong International Mile.

Pakenham Cup in the sights of Our Big Mike

New Zealander Our Big Mike will have his first try at 2500 metres when he lines up in the Pakenham Cup.

Terry/Karina O'Sullivan appeal cobalt bans

Training partners Terry and Karina O'Sullivan have lodged appeals against their cobalt disqualifications imposed by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

Pure Elation To Miss Autumn Carnival

Talented filly Pure Elation will miss the autumn as she continues her recovery from knee surgery.

Eagle Farm passes first serious test

The new Eagle Farm track has passed its first major test with 14 horses galloping on the surface.

Popular grey Albumin primed for return

Trainer Gerald Ryan will have four runners at Rosehill headed by popular grey Albumin who won three of four starts in his last campaign.

Underweight placegetter disqualified

The jockey on a placegetter in a benchmark race at Hamilton has weighed in light and the horse subsequently disqualified.

New $7.5 million event for Sydney racing

Sydney is to get a new $7.5 million race called the Golden Eagle for four-year-olds to be run over 1500 metres at Rosehill.

Racing NSW to announce new spring races

Racing NSW is set to announce plans to further enhance the spring carnival in Sydney including more rich races.

Alexandria aiming for Sandown victory

After an impressive debut win at Bendigo, Alexandria heads to Sandown looking to keep her record intact over 1600m.

Blue Diamond Likely Aim For Brooklyn Hustle

Brooklyn Hustle is harbouring some attention for the Blue Diamond Stakes after her fine debut victory at Moonee Valley last Saturday.

2018 Hong Kong Cup: Race History

Will the locals repel the challengers like last year in the 2018 Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday?

2018 Hong Kong Mile: Race History

Some famous horses have won the Longines Hong Kong Mile run at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2018 Hong Kong Sprint: Race History

Fabulous sprinters feature in the history of the Longines Hong Kong Sprint run at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2018 Hong Kong Vase: Race History

The Race History of the Longines Hong Kong Vase run at Sha Tin on Sunday shows this has been Europe’s race.

2018 Kingston Town Classic: Race History

Some future WFA stars line the Race History of the Kingston Town Classic run at Ascot on Saturday.

Waller Keeping Comin' Through Fresh For HK Mile

A mirror in his stable and no serious trackwork are all part of the preparation Sydney’s champion trainer Chris Waller is giving Comin’ Through ahead of Sunday’s Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin.

Race named for retiring trainer Bill Prain

Retiring Warwick Farm trainer Bill Prain's half a century in racing is to be celebrated at his home track.

Single Bullet ready to fire at Rosehill

Trainer Gary Portelli hopes Single Bullet can build on his last-start win at Randwick with a repeat of that result at Rosehill.

Field of 15 for G1 Kingston Town Classic

Damien Oliver has been confirmed as the rider of Trap For Fools in the Kingston Town Classic which will have a field of 15 headed by Arcadia Queen.

Swacadelic on track for Pakenham Cup tilt

Trainer Aaron Purcell is confident Swacadelic will be better suited over 2500m in the Pakenham Cup after his fifth in the Ballarat Cup.

Trainer Tony Gollan looking to the future

Brisbane's premier trainer Tony Gollan is already dominating another summer carnival and is looking further into the future with his stable.

Tuesday Trials For Alizee And Dubious

Group One star Alizee and Breeders Plate winner Dubious will prepare for their summer campaigns with barriers trials at Rosehill on Tuesday.

Venue switch for upcoming twilight meeting

Racing Victoria has announced a venue switch for the December 19 twilight meeting which will now be held at Caulfield instead of Sandown.

Winx most popular horse in online poll

Winx has been named the most popular horse by voters in an international online poll.

Mishani Spirit to tackle Gold Coast race

Promising two-year-old Mishani Spirit is set to resume in a 900m race at the Gold Coast witjh a view to the Magic Millions carnival.

Comin' Through settles into Sha Tin

Australia's lone representative at the Hong Kong International meeting, Comin' Through, has pleased trainer Chris Waller with his condition.

2018 Kingston Town Classic: Nominations

The ladies look dominant off the nominations for the 2018 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

High Mode wins first Jericho Cup

The Anthony Freedman-trained High Mode is the first winner of the Jericho Cup at Warrnambool, commemorating the centenary of the original race.

More Magic Millions aims for Bel Sonic

Wyong and Gold Coast Magic Millions races are on the radar for Bel Sonic who has already won a Magic Millions race at Ballarat this campaign.

Strasbourg wins Max Lees Classic

Strasbourg has won the Max Lees Classic at Newcastle to add his name to this season's group of talented two-year-olds.

One lead-up run for Houtzen to Millions

Top Queensland mare Houtzen will have one lead-up run before tackling the Magic Millions Sprint at the Gold Coast.

Blake Shinn Prepares For New Year Comeback

Blake Shinn has set his sights on a return to race riding by the end of January.

Eagle Farm track ready for major test

Up to a dozen horses will gallop on the new Eagle Farm track this week to test the surface ahead of a planned return to racing at Brisbane's premier course.

Singapore Star Heads To Tasmania

Top Singapore apprentice Simon Kok will ride in Tasmania for three months commencing on December 14.

Pilote D'Essai after a second Pakenham Cup

Pilote D'Essai has finally reached full fitness after recovering from a tendon injury with Lindsay Park aiming the stayer at a second Pakenham Cup.

Colless set to resume riding after injury

Group One-winning jockey Glen Colless has recovered from a back injury and is ready to resume riding shortly.

Lees Confirms Melbourne Plans For Graff

Classy colt Graff will not be a Magic Millions contender at the Gold Coast on January 12.

New era ahead in UK race broadcasting

Racing UK's rebrand as Racing TV is to feature an 'Extra' stream to ensure full coverage of all its 61 racecourses following the acquisition of Irish content.

Preview – Mauritius 2 December

Mauritius hosts its International Jockeys’ weekend with sixteen races on Saturday and Sunday.

Oliver/Weir combine for Winterbottom win

Damien Oliver has ridden the Darren Weir-trained Voodoo Lad to win the Group One Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot in Perth.

Ollie Gem Gets Voodoo Lad Winterbottom Success

Damien Oliver has edged one win closer to George Moore’s Australian Group 1 record courtesy of a gun ride on Voodoo Lad in the Winterbottom Stakes.

Villiers Stakes Next For My Nordic Hero

My Nordic Hero has stamped himself as a leading contender for the Group Two Villiers Stakes with a fast-finishing Group Three win at Rosehill.

I'm A Rippa caps stellar day for Gollan

I'm A Rippa has given Tony Gollan four Doomben winners for the day in taking out the Group Three George Moore Stakes.

Invincible shines brightest in Starlight

Group One performer Invincible Star has rejoined the winners' list with a gutsy effort at Rosehill in the Listed Starlight Stakes.

Al Galayel gives Williams a Valley treble

Star jockey Craig Williams has brought up a winning treble at Moonee Valley with victory on imported stayer Al Galayel.

Outback Barbie ends run of outs at Doomben

Luck has finally gone Outback Barbie's way when she won her first race in a year at Doomben.

Zoustyle takes out Winning Rupert Plate

Zoustyle has confirmed he is potentially the best horse in Brisbane by maintaining his unbeaten record in the Winning Rupert Plate.

Arcadia Prince Continues Winning Form

Arcadia Prince has continued his swift progression through the grades in the Crown Towers Handicap at Ascot on Saturday.

Jericho Missile Wins Crystal Slipper

Jericho Missile has hit the ground running with a debut victory in the Crystal Slipper Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Exoteric back to best in Listed ATC Cup

Imported stayer Exoteric will press on to more summer features after winning the Listed ATC Cup at Rosehill.

Athiri another 2YO winner for Godolphin

Athiri has added her name to the list of Godolphin's two-year-old prospects for the major autumn races with her debut victory at Rosehill.

Fill The Flute continues on winning way

The Jamie Edwards-trained Fill The Flute has continued on her winning way at Moonee Valley, registering her fourth straight win this preparation.

Our Luca confirms liking for Moonee Valley

Our Luca has strung together three straight victories at Moonee Valley with an all-the-way win in the Independent Turf Services Handicap.

King and Lindsay Park share Valley double

Lachlan King has landed his second metropolitan double, guiding Five Kingdom and Shokora to victory at Moonee Valley for Lindsay Park.

My Pendant finishes strongly in Valley win

Three-year-old filly My Pendant has unleashed a turn of foot her rivals couldn't match at Moonee Valley to make it back-to-back city wins over 1200m.

Brooklyn Hustle impressive in Valley debut

A slow start wasn't enough to stop two-year-old Brooklyn Hustle scoring an impressive debut win at Moonee Valley.

Betaima set to tread proven Millions path

Brilliant Doomben winner Betaima could follow her stablemate Houtzen's lead-in to the Magic Millions 2YO Classic.

2018 Festival Stakes: My Nordic Hero too hot

Coming from well off the pace, My Nordic Hero wound over the leaders late in the 2018 Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.

Late inclusion claims Country Cups Final

Second emergency Baker Boy got a start in the Country Cups Final to continue jockey Ron Stewart's strong form since returning from Mauritius.

Gollan lands an Unlikely win at Doomben

Unlikely Story has overcome a slow start to give trainer Tony Gollan a win in the first race of the Queensland summer carnival.

Behemoth impresses in dominant Valley win

South Australian trainer David Jolly is excited about lightly raced three-year-old Behemoth's future after the gelding raced to an impressive Moonee Valley win.

Today's Racing Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot and the Rosehill meeting in Sydney on December 1 with selections for all races.

The inaugural Jericho Cup

The inaugural Jericho Cup commemorates 100 years since the running of a race in war-time Palestine.

Wilde with key runners in Jericho Cup

Trainer Symon Wilde has at least two chances in the Jericho Cup including Gold Medals who will try to add the gruelling staying race to his feature jumps wins.

Preview – Mauritius 1 December

Mauritius hosts its International Jockeys’ weekend with sixteen races on Saturday and Sunday.

Trial Watch and Blackbook Reports for December 1

Trial Watch and Blackbook reports for racing on December 1.

Convictions safe under rule: V'landys

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys says the wording of a rule delegating power to penalise to the chief steward and not a committee has been rectified.