[close]

Racing And Sports has all the latest in important racing news. That includes information about all the leading horses, jockeys, trainers, owners and race clubs here and around the world.

With all the TAB meetings covered and with form provided for all of them in our FREE on-line form pages, it is important to note we also have the accompanying stories to go with them.

The Racing And Sports Press Room features essential industry information that all participants should be reading in order to keep updated.

Just click on the links for every story and the news appears in each article. These details are necessary reading if you want to informed about decisions made in each State.

If you would like more information please email us on [email protected]

Racing

Milestones Looming For Mark Newnham and Kris Lees

Trainers Mark Newnham and Kris Lees are chasing important career milestones at Hawkesbury on Thursday.

Barbie after a change of luck in Group One

Classy three-year-old filly Outback Barbie is overdue a change of fortune when she tackles the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.

Weight is right for Beriman's history bid

Nikita Beriman says she will have no trouble making 48kg to ride Dubious in a bid for history at Eagle Farm.

Savigne improves Queensland Oaks ranking

Savigne, a half-sister to Doncaster Mile winner Kermadec, is set to follow her older sibling onto the Group One stage after scoring at Canterbury.

Manolo Blahniq fresh for Flemington tilt

The Straight Six at Flemington fits the program ideally for Manolo Blahniq on his way to a shot at the Stradbroke Handicap in Brisbane.

OTI after golden ticket into Melbourne Cup

Victory in The Andrew Ramsden at Flemington offers the winner a ballot-free exemption into the Melbourne Cup.

Portelli 2YO confirmed for Brisbane trip

An ideal barrier draw has swayed Sydney trainer Gary Portelli to send juvenile Disruptor to Brisbane for a shot at the BRC Sires' Produce Stakes.

Second turf track announced for Caulfield

The Melbourne Racing Club hopes to increase the number of meetings at Caulfield with the announcement of a second turf track at the course.

Albumin set to bounce back over pet trip

Trainer Gerald Ryan has delved into his bag of tricks in the hope it can spark two of his horses back into winning form at Randwick.

Waterhouse Under Group One Pressure

Time is running out for Gai Waterhouse to keep intact the longest sequence of Group One wins among Australia’s current training ranks.

Bookmaker Deposit Sign Up Offers To Stop May 26

Bookmaker sign up deposit bonus offers will stop being advertised from May 26 meaning this week is your last chance to take advantage of these promotions.

Johnny Whitesox gets jump on Coast rivals

Chris Munce has used a tie-honoured training method to get a belated birthday present for himself with Johnny Whitesox's win at the Gold Coast.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

Capacity line-up for Kingsford Smith Cup

The Bostonian will attempt back-to-back Group One victories in Brisbane when he lines up in the Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.

2019 Grand Prix Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

One filly takes on the boys in the 2019 Grand Prix Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Good spread in the weights in the field of 13 for the 2019 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A big field from the mile start will make things interesting in the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Fred Best Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Stradbroke chances are on the line for the 3yos in the 2019 Fred Best Classic at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Premier’s Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A massive field of stayers line up in the 2019 Premier’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

Selections and Best Bets For Canterbury : 22nd May 2019

Selections, Best Bets and Trial Watch Report for May 22.

Scratched From Winnable Assignments – 22 May 2019

Horses scratched from Australian TAB races where they were considered strong chances by Racing & Sports’ form analysts.

All the Australian form you’ll need for today

Racing and Sports provides form for all around the world with Australian thoroughbreds a big focus.

2019 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Eighteen take part in the 2019 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday including a two year old.

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Five fillies are entered in the 2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday taking on the colts.

Bjorn Baker to target Kingsford Smith

Trained Bjorn Baker will send Redouble and Irithea north looking for Group One glory after the retirement of elite winner Music Magnate.

ATC starts search for Everest runner

The Australian Turf Club has begun the search for a runner to represent it in the third edition of The Everest.

Richard Cully to put trainer's hat on

Accomplished jumps jockey Richard Cully hopes to land another winner as a trainer when he saddles Celtic Blast at Flemington.

Andrew Ramsden entries chase a Cup dream

Trainer Simon Morrish says he will not be the one deny the owners of Chouxting The Mob and Mental Telepathy their dreams of chasing a Melbourne Cup start.

Big Day Arrives For Jenny Graham

Port Macquarie trainer Jenny Graham is known for wearing her heart on her sleeve.

Lees Import Bids For Melbourne Cup Berth

Trainer Kris Lees is sending imported stayer Fairlight to Melbourne to contest Saturday’s $400,000 Andrew Ramsden at Flemington.

Success comes for Geoff Wheeler at Moe

Jake Noonan has piloted Black Beau Tie to a sentimental win at Moe to give trainer Geoff Wheeler his first win in four years.

Trial Watch Reviews for Rosehill, Warwick Farm and Hawkesbury : 13th, 20th & 27th May 2019

Chris Scholtz reviews Sydney and NSW provincial barrier trials at Rosehill (May 13), Warwick Farm (May 27) and Hawkesbury (May 20).

Scratched From Winnable Assignments – 21 May 2019

Horses scratched from Australian TAB races where they were considered strong chances by Racing & Sports’ form analysts.

ATC Launch Search For Everest Runner

The ATC has commenced a formal Expressions of Interest process for connections to partner with the Club’s slot for the the TAB Everest at Randwick.

2019 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Race History

The greatest sprinter is among the Race History of the Kingsford-Smith Cup run at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Fred Best Classic: Race History

Plenty of horses chase a Stradbroke entry in the 2019 Fred Best Classic at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes: Race History

Some very good horses have won the BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes run at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Race History

Some elite mares are a part of the Race History of the Glenlogan Park Stakes run at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Grand Prix Stakes: Race History

Derby credentials go on the line in the 2019 Grand Prix Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Race History

The Race History of the Lord Mayor’s Cup run at Eagle Farm on Saturday indicates it has changed.

2019 Premier’s Cup: Race History

Race History of the Premier’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday suggests it isn’t the best guide to the Brisbane Cup.

2019 Irish 2000 Guineas: Race History

Many 3yos attempt the Guineas double in the Irish 2000 Guineas run at the Curragh on Saturday.

2019 Irish 1000 Guineas: Race History

The fillies classic version in the Irish 1000 Guineas run at the Curragh on Sunday has some exceptional winners.

2019 Tattersalls Gold Cup: Race History

Big names line the page of the Tattersalls Gold Cup run at the Curragh on Friday.

Another horse has died at Santa Anita

Another horse has died from injuries at Santa Anita racetrack, the 25th fatality since Christmas.

2019 Prix d’Ispahan: Race History

Many of the European milers extend to run in the Prix d’Ispahan at Longchamp on Sunday.

2019 Champions & Chater Cup: Race History

The last main feature of the Hong Kong season is the Champions & Chater Cup run at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2019 Prix Saint-Alary: Race History

Some fillies who’d head to the Prix de Diane have taken the Prix Saint-Alary run at Longchamp on Sunday.

2019 Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby): Race History

Always an important race is the Tokyo Yushun (Japanese Derby) run at Tokyo on Sunday.

More convictions for trainer Ben Currie

Trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of 12 charges of race day administration and has been asked to make submissions on sentence.

Flemington straight to suit Divine Quality

After flopping around a bend in the Sangster Stakes at Morphettville, Divine Quality is set to run in the Straight Six over 1200m at Flemington.

Tonsor to continue Smith's winning ways

Trainer Matt Smith hopes promising sprinter Tonsor can bounce back from a last-start defeat when he runs at Randwick.

Frazer Considers Brisbane Options For Spright

Hawkesbury’s star sprinter Spright may get another chance to record a second Group 1 win before the end of this racing season.

Jamie Mott has perfect day at Mornington

Jamie Mott has walked away from the Mornington meeting with a four-timer from four rides at the track.

Trainer Ben Smith guilty of cobalt charges

Suspended trainer Ben Smith has been found guilty of 10 charges regarding elevated cobalt levels, race day treatments and giving false evidence.

Lessons learned from Criterion invaluable

Lindsay Park is hoping lessons learned from an international campaign with Criterion can be carried over into the Australian preparation of Alfarris.

Slow recovery for injured rider Hackett

Injured rider Michael Hackett is making progress, albeit slow, as he remains in Sydney's Liverpool Hospital after a fall at Tomingley.

Zousain Spelled While Despatch Presses On

Chris Waller has cancelled the Brisbane carnival campaign he had mapped out for his problem colt Zousain.

Baker Pleased With Queensland Derby Candidates

An exhibition gallop at the Gold Coast on Saturday by Queensland Derby candidate Lord Arthur has Kiwi trainer Murray Baker pleased with his progress as he gets set for the Brisbane Group One feature next month.

Jordan Childs spends the night in hospital

Jockey Jordan Childs has spent the night in a Melbourne hospital after a post-race fall at Bendigo.

2019 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Nominations

It will be a very even betting race off the nominations for the 2019 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes: Nominations

We should get a big field of juveniles for the rich prize of the 2019 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Grand Prix Stakes: Nominations

Nominations for the 2019 Grand Prix Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday see an even group of 3yos to line up before the Derby.

2019 Fred Best Classic: Nominations

Some very interesting 3yos will be running in the 2019 Fred Best Classic at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Premier’s Cup: Nominations

Brisbane Cup chances go on the line in the 2019 Premier’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Nominations

A quality lot of the girls feature in the 2019 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Eagle Farm on Saturday.

2019 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Nominations

A few horses nominated for the 2019 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday need a win.

Ciaron Maher considers wfa for Dubious

Trainer Ciaron Maher is considering running top two-year-old Dubious in the weight-for-age Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.

Furrion to miss Melbourne Cup qualifier

Lindsay Park head trainer David Hayes is disappointed Furrion will not get his chance to race for a direct entry into the Melbourne Cup.

Reloaded to run at Randwick before Atkins

Trainer Chris Waller will give Reloaded the same lead-up to the Group One J J Atkins as he did The Autumn Sun last year.

Brideoake to return to Sydney for inquiry

The inquiry into the scratching of Princess Jenni from the Adrian Knox Stakes is set to take place before Racing NSW stewards.

Apprentice Thompson escapes serious injury

Apprentice Aidin Thompson appears to have escaped serious injury after being taken to hospital following a two-horse fall at Beaudesert.

John Allen to appeal Doomben suspension

Doomben Cup-winning jockey John Allen is likely to appeal his 13-day suspension for his ride in the Group One race.

The Candy Man to return to Brisbane

Fan favourite The Candy man is set to return to city racing after making it six straight wins in a Class Five at the Gold Coast.

Kenedna claims the Group One Doomben Cup

Kenedna has won the Doomben Cup, beating Life Less Ordinary and Sixties Groove in the Group One weight-for-age race.

Despatch gives Pannell maiden Group One

Adelaide jockey Todd Pannell has ridden his first Group One winner on Despatch for trainer Tony McEvoy to celebrate a home-town win in The Goodwood.

Grey Lion stakes claim for Brisbane Cup

Grey Lion will now head to Queensland for the Brisbane Cup after claiming a second Sydney stakes win in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

Etana Oaks bound after winning The Roses

Etana is a significant firmer in Queensland Oaks betting after landing a confident betting move in the Group Two The Roses at Doomben.

Tyzone storms into Stradbroke contention

Tyzone will attempt to become only the second horse to complete the BRC Sprint-Stradbroke Handicap double after his barnstorming victory at Doomben.

Isaurian keeps unblemished first-up record

Godolphin galloper Isaurian has had to battle hard to score a close win and maintain his unbeaten first-up record in the Chief De Beers Quality.

Quilista dominant in Bright Shadow Quality

The Snowden stable is hoping Quilista's racing career can be extended after her brilliant all-the-way win in Bright Shadow Quality at Doomben.

Zoustyle makes it six from six at Doomben

Star colt Zoustyle has made it six wins from six starts with another dominant display in the JRA 3YO Plate at Doomben.

Low draw makes the difference for Perudo

Perudo will continue on a black-type program during the winter carnival after her narrow win in the Listed Bill Carter Stakes at Doomben.

Hostwin reigns supreme in Rosehill sprint

Gary Moore has labelled Hostwin Supreme the best sprinter he has trained after the three-year-old's win at Rosehill.

Declares War wins at last for Matt Cumani

A start in the Queensland Derby remains a possibility for Declares War after he broke through for Matt Cumani in The Mahogany Challenge at Flemington.

Fidelia gives Ethan Brown a milestone win

Ethan Brown has outridden his metropolitan claim guiding Fidelia to victory in the So You Think Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

Well-backed Moonlover scores at Flemington

Moonlover is likely to head to Brisbane in search of more black-type after scoring first-up off a break at Flemington.

Hayes has Derby plans for Independent Road

Independent Road will be turned out for a break and set for the Victoria Derby after his victory in the Hugh Bowman Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

Teo stays on for strong victory at Doomben

Fighting Teo has taken advantage of a top ride from Luke Tarrant to score a strong win at Doomben.

2019 The Goodwood: Despatch leads much of the way

Finding the front and kicking, Despatch just held on to take out the 2019 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Doomben Cup: Kenedna wins another G1

Coming from well back, Kenedna flashed along the fence to take the 2019 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Maximum Security owner's $20m challenge

Owner Gary West has challenged the owners of horses Maximum Security is judged to have hampered in the Kentucky Derby to beat him.

Les Tilley ride leaves rivals red-faced

Jockey Les Tilley has produced a clever front-running ride to land Red Colour a winner at Doomben.

Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz - 18th May 2019

Chris Scholtz previews the Lord Mayor's Cup meeting at Rosehill on May 18 with selections for all races.

Doomben and Morphettville Previews with Chris Scholtz - 18th May 2019

Chris Scholtz previews the Group One meetings at Doomben and Morphettville on May 18 featuring the Doomben Cup and The Goodwood.

Houtzen impresses after Newmarket spin

Connections of Australian sprinter Houtzen feel she may have been overlooked for the King's Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Jamaican Rain right to take Goodwood spot

A gallop at Cranbourne has convinced trainer Richard Laming to pay a late nomination for Jamaican Rain to take her place in The Goodwood at Morphettville.

Doomben track to be ideal for Cup

Doomben has escaped most of the heavy rain around Brisbane and the track should be ideal for the Doomben Cup meeting.

Pride says Time is right for G3 test

Trainer Joe Pride believes Passage Of Time is ready to rise to his next challenge when he makes his Brisbane debut in the BRC Sprint at Doomben.

Strong hand for Kim Waugh at Rosehill

Kim Waugh believes lightly raced stayer White Boots has the scope to deliver the stable consecutive wins in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

Santa Ana Lane to run for TAB in Everest

Star sprinter Santa Ana Lane will run for race sponsor TAB in the $14 million Everest at Randwick.

Jazzland fit and ready for Rosehill test

Trainer Kristen Buchanan has high expectations for Jazzland in the long-term and is looking forward to testing him in Saturday grade at Rosehill.

Newham-trained filly bred to be a winner

Queensland's best Oaks hopeful, the Gary Newham-trained Winning Ways, has the right breeding to be a top stayer.

Moroney tests Wham over trip at Flemington

Trainer Mike Moroney holds reservations over Wham running out 2000m but is happy to give him a try in The Mahogany Challenge at Flemington.

Steve Tregea trio to tackle Doomben

The Steve Tregea-trained Bergerac will have blinkers for the first time as he and his equally talented stablemates Prioritise and Niccanova run at Doomben.

Plan to expedite Ben Currie hearings

Queensland stewards hope to expedite outstanding hearings into charges against Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie following a Supreme Court ruling.

Stablemates to tackle Flemington straight

Training partners Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra will have a two-pronged attack on a sprint race at Flemington, saddling Rock 'N' Gold and Smart Coupe.

I'm A Rippa to back up in BRC Sprint

Trainer Tony Gollan has had no hesitation in backing I'm A Rippa up in the BRC Sprint at Doomben, a race he won last year.

Rosehill Track Update

Sydney racing is back at Rosehill this Saturday.

Gem on song for Doomben Cup

A change of riding tactics is expected to help Gem Song become the third three-year-old to win the weight-for-age Doomben Cup.

Santa Ana Lane will run in the 2019 Everest at Randwick

Santa Ana Lane has been slotted into the 2019 Everest today taking the TAB’s slot.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Rosehill Preview - Saturday, 18th May 2019

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

Grafton Preview - 17th May 2019

Up north, racing in NSW is at Grafton as we get closer to the carnival in July.

Goulburn Preview - 17th May 2019

Friday racing is at Goulburn with the rail out 3m.

New Zealand Government Repeals Betting Levy

New Zealand Racing Minister Winston Peters has announced a repeal of the racing totalisator betting levy currently paid by the racing industry to the NZ Government.

Lees Trio Ready For Doomben Cup

Trainer Kris Lees is growing in confidence that his three-year-old Gem Song can become the second member of his age group to win the $700,000 Doomben Cup this century.

David Pfieffer will take I Am Excited back to Brisbane

Following her win in the Victory Stakes, David Pfieffer will be taking I Am Excited back to the Winter carnival for G1 contests.

Greg Hickman talks Pierata and his hopes on the weekend

With an Everest slot locked in, Pierata is doing well and Greg Hickman says he will be back in work end of June.

Grey Lion is in great form for Kathy O’Hara

Kathy O’Hara gets the ride again on Grey Lion in the Lord Mayor’s Cup at Rosehill.

Todd Blowes chats about Noble Boy

Noble Boy will be running in Brisbane during the carnival and James McDonald will ride him next start.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

The Listed Lord Mayor’s Cup features in Sydney this Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

It’s the Goodwood at Group 1 level in Adelaide this week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Doomben runs its G1 Cup for big prize money on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

Flemington holds the Hall Of Fame tribute race day.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

Ascot has the Roma Cup as the big race on the card.

Telecaster digs deep to win Dante

Too Darn Hot has been upstaged by Telecaster in a surprise result in the Dante Stakes at York.

Santa Ana Lane In Line For Everest Slot

An Everest slot for crack sprinter Santa Ana Lane is expected to be confirmed today.

Dwayne Dunn after first Goodwood on Booker

The Goodwood at Morphettville has eluded former Adelaide jockey Dwayne Dunn but he believes he has a good chance of success on four-year-old mare Booker.

Michael Walker to have Cup impact

Jockey Michael Walker's patience could be rewarded with back-to-back Doomben Cups when he rides Fierce Impact.

Tony McEvoy to build new Ballarat complex

Trainer Tony McEvoy will build a new training complex at Ballarat to complement his established bases at Angaston and Flemington.

Scarlet in dream Queensland Oaks trial

Scarlet Dream has trialled well in the lead-up to her run in The Roses at Doomben which will determine whether she runs in the Queensland Oaks.

Glen Boss to return to Australia

Glen Boss, the regular rider of three-time Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva, has announced he will return to Australia to continue his career.

Veteran to line up again in another Cup

Two horses at vastly different stages of their racing careers will bid to deliver trainer Joe Pride an inaugural win in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

Trainer Ben Currie loses application

A Supreme Court judge has refused an application to temporarily halt Racing Queensland's decision to refuse Ben Currie's nominations.

Mark Currie gets fine, suspended sentence

Toowoomba trainer Mark Currie has been fined $7500 and given a wholly suspended 12 month-sentence on race day treatment charges.

Boomsara ready to bounce back at Doomben

Trainer Chris Munce believes drawing the outside barrier is not a total disaster for Boomsara in the BRC Sprint at Doomben.

McNeil hopes experience pays off with War

Jye McNeil gets his second chance aboard Declares War when the three-year-old lines up in The Mahogany Challenge at Flemington.

Mr Marathon Man now has speed in his legs

Former French-trained Mr Marathon Man will run for the second time in Australia when he lines up over 1400 metres at Flemington.

Blake Shinn reunites with Toby Edmonds

In-form jockey Blake Shinn is set to reunite with leading trainer Toby Edmonds on two key rides at Doomben.

Impressive Maiden winner at Wyong

Exceedance came from a long last to break his maiden on debut at Wyong today.

2019 Roma Cup: Tips and Race Preview

No surprises in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday.

2019 Roma Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Railway winner Galaxy Star is just the favourite in the 2019 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday.

Wyong Preview - 16th May 2019

NSW racing today is at Wyong where it is a fine day.

Danny O’Brien runs Iconoclasm in the Goodwood

The G1 Goodwood on Saturday will include Iconoclasm for Danny O’Brien.

Glen Boss on the way home

After riding in Singapore, Glen Boss has made the decision to come back to Australia.

Jim Cassidy is on a recovery trail

After being involved in a car accident recently, Jim Cassidy is on the recovery.

Kristen Buchanan has Jazzland at Rosehill

After running well first up at a mile, Jazzland looks to go one better over 1800m on Saturday for Kristen Buchanan.

Billy Owen had a city double yesterday

Getting his first city double, Billy Owen tries to repeat those efforts with a couple of chances at Wyong on Thursday.

2019 The Goodwood: Tips and Race Preview

The mares dominate the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 RA Lee Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the last start winner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 SA Fillies Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Godolphin leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Queen’s Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Taking an ex-kiwi in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Queen’s Cup at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Proud Miss Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Fancy those off the G1 runs in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 National Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Happy to stick with in form connections in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Doomben Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Chris Waller dominates the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 The Roses: Tips and Race Preview

Class to the fore in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 The Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 BRC Sprint: Tips and Race Preview

Sydney form heads north to lead the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

Enable return delayed to Royal Ascot

Dual Arc winner Enable is set to make her eagerly anticipated return to action at Royal Ascot after being scratched from the Coronation Cup at Epsom.

2019 Queen’s Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some Melbourne stables dominate the 2019 Queen’s Cup at Morphettville on Saturday.

Waller set for more Qld carnival records

Trainer Chris Waller is heading for more Queensland winter carnival records with his five runners in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Behemoth steps up for Goodwood challenge

Trainer David Jolly is content with his decision to tackle the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville with up-and-coming three-year-old Behemoth.

OTI Racing loads up in Lord Mayors Cup bid

Group Two winner Grey Lion will headline a team of four runners for OTI Racing in the Listed Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

Date change for Weetwood

The Weetwood Handicap will have its first date change in 120 years to coincide with Toowoomba's popular Carnival Of Flowers.

Oaks, Derby on radar for New Zealand filly

Trainer Tony Pike has a lot to look forward to with impressive filly Intrigue after her prize money-boosting win at the Sunshine Coast.

Boom Time ready to strike at Flemington

After two runs from a spell, Boom Time will be out to score his first win in 12 months in the Vo Rogue Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

Diamond Thunder on trial for Brisbane trip

Sydney trainer Mark Newnham will consider a winter carnival bid in Brisbane if juvenile Diamond Thunder can continue his winning streak at Rosehill.

Birthday girl MacFarlane lands city double

Tony McEvoy-trained fillies Despacito and Aristocratic Miss have provided apprentice Chelsea MacFarlane with her first metropolitan double.

Connery shows his class in Sandown victory

Trainer Archie Alexander will keep pushing Connery up in grade in a bid to keep weight off his back after landing another win at Sandown.

McDonald lands 100th Sydney metro winner

James McDonald has posted an important milestone in this season's Sydney jockeys' premiership after winning on Primitivo at Warwick Farm.

2019 National Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are plenty of last start winners in the 2019 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

RQ set for 2020 spring carnival

The time-honoured Weetwood Handicap will headline a Queensland spring carnival in 2020 in a major change to the racing calendar.

2019 SA Fillies Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2019 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday will have a full field of 16.

2019 Proud Miss Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There is not much of a spread in the weights in the 2019 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

2019 BRC Sprint: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2019 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday will be a fascinating contest.

Scratched From Winnable Assignments –15 May 2019

Horses scratched from Australian TAB races where they were considered strong chances by Racing & Sports’ form analysts.

2019 RA Lee Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A lot of favoured runners are drawn out in the 2019 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Capacity field for Group One Doomben Cup

The Group One Doomben Cup has attracted a full field with Youngstar the favourite to add to her Queensland Group One record.

2019 Doomben Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There will be money everywhere in the 2019 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 The Roses: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Oaks chances go on the line in the 2019 Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

Prodigal son Moody returns to Charleville

Former champion trainer Peter Moody will head home to Charleville in his role as Battle of the Bush ambassador.

2019 The Goodwood: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2019 Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday isn’t the strongest but will be an even betting race.

2019 Roma Cup: Nominations

Nominations for the 2019 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday includes two Railway winners.

O'Learys to wind down racing interests

Grand National-winning owner Michael O'Leary has announced he will phase out his National Hunt team over the next five years.

Lees Has Faith In Gem Song

Trainer Kris Less expects his three-year-old Gem Song, a beaten favourite at Doomben last Saturday, to bounce back with a riding change and different tactics in his first Group One attempt this weekend.

Goodwood Draw No Concern For Spright

Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer is hoping it’s a case of Group 1 déjà vu for his top mare Spright at Morphettville on Saturday.

Winx to be honoured with stand at Randwick

Champion Winx will be honoured with a new public stand at Randwick Racecourse to be named after the mare.

Main features of the Winx Stand

Features of the Winx Stand to be built at Randwick.

Vo Rogue, Bowman inductees to Hall of Fame

The 10 new inductees to Australian racing's Hall of Fame include horses Vo Rogue, and So You Think and jockeys Hugh Bowman and Brent Thomson.

Australian racing Hall of Fame winners

The inductees into racing's Hall Of Fane have had glittering careers.

Leading fancies draw wide in The Goodwood

The barrier draw has not been kind to the two topweights in the Group One Goodwood with Booker and Spright drawing the two widest gates.

Sixties Groove likely to run at Rosehill

Trainer Kris Lees will run Sixties Groove in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill with the gelding unlikely to gain a Doomben Cup start.

Stephanie Thornton has win at RAD Board

Melbourne apprentice Stephanie Thornton has won an appeal over a careless riding suspension.

Mystic Journey Set For July Return

Tasmania’s wonder filly Mystic Journey has returned to training with one more start now planned to complete her amazing three-year-old season.

More meeting transfers for Seymour track

The Seymour racetrack will be over-sown with kikuyu grass and when mixed with the current rye grass is expected to see the track race well all year round.

Time right for Fidelia at Flemington mile

After Fidelia's wins over 1300m and 1410m, trainer Robbie Griffiths thinks the time is right for the filly to step up to 1600m at Flemington.

Hartani back at Sandown after long absence

Former Lloyd Williams-owned Hartani returns to racing for trainer Monica Cid at Sandown after a three-year absence from the racetrack.

2019 The Roses: Race History

Many top staying fillies have taken The Roses run at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Doomben Cup: Race History

Some greats of the past have won Doomben Cup run at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 BRC Sprint: Race History

The BRC Sprint run at Doomben on Saturday hasn’t been a huge guide to the Stradbroke.

2019 The Goodwood: Race History

Great sprinters have taken The Goodwood run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 SA Fillies Classic: Race History

Some strong fillies won this when the SA Fillies Classic run at Morphettville on Saturday was the SA Oaks.

2019 Proud Miss Stakes: Race History

The 2019 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday is an important race for the fillies and mares.

2019 RA Lee Stakes: Race History

Some big race winners have used the RA Lee Stakes run at Morphettville on Saturday as a springboard to future success.

2019 Queen’s Cup: Race History

It’s a changed Race History of the Queen’s Cup at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 National Stakes: Race History

Sometimes a good youngster wins the National Stakes run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Lockinge Stakes: Race History

Often a seasonal kick off for top horses is the Lockinge Stakes run at Newbury on Saturday.

2019 Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks): Race History

Legendary Japanese fillies have taken the Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) run at Tokyo on Sunday.

Maximum Security jockey banned for 15 days

Jockey Luis Saez will appeal a ban handed down for causing the interference which cost his mount Maximum Security victory in the Kentucky Derby.

Booker freshened for G1 Goodwood assault

After a break in the paddock following the Newmarket Handicap, a fresh Booker is ready to contest the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville.

Rosehill or Doomben for Problem Solver

Group-placed mare Problems Solver has racing options at Rosehill and Doomben with trainer Gerald Ryan to delay a decision.

Major test for Chapter And Verse

Promising sprinter Chapter and Verse will take a major step towards a start in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap when he runs in the BRC Sprint.

Rawiller praises Ballarat synthetic track

Brought into action earlier than anticipated, the Ballarat synthetic track has been praised by jockey Brad Rawiller who rode a double at its first meeting.

Castle Lady gives Godolphin 300th G1 win

Castle Lady's victory in the Poule d'Essai des Pouliches at Longchamp in France has given Sheikh Mohammed's Godolphin its 300th Group One winner.

Injury stops Menari's racing comeback

Talented sprinter Menari has suffered a second suspensory injury and will return to Newgate Farm to serve a limited book of mares.

Cumani keeps One More Try on home soil

Having contemplated a Queensland campaign for One More Try, trainer Matt Cumani will keep the mare in Melbourne for a light preparation ahead of the spring.

2019 The Goodwood: Nominations

The mares will be at the top of the market off the nominations for the 2019 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 SA Fillies Classic: Nominations

The Nominations for the 2019 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday suggests a full field of girls to run.

2019 RA Lee Stakes: Nominations

A WFA winner features in the nominations for the 2019 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Proud Miss Stakes: Nominations

Many of these females arrive at the 2019 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday in good form.

2019 National Stakes: Nominations

Will the Victorians keep winning the juveniles races like the 2019 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Queen’s Cup: Nominations

A good sized field of stayers is likely off the nominations for the 2019 Queen’s Cup at Morphettville on Saturday.

Racing Review : Canberra - Wednesday, 8th May 2019

They raced on a soft 7 and the rail chopped out. Back and wide was the place to be. Having said that, there was only one blow-out (Le Cavalier in the Federal), with five well-supported gallopers winning on the day.

2019 Doomben Cup: Nominations

Will be a big field and a competitive race off the nominations for the 2019 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 The Roses: Nominations

It is the Trans-Tasman clash off the nominations for the 2019 The Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 BRC Sprint: Nominations

An even lot of sprinters will line up in the 2019 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Roma Cup: Race History

Race History of the Roma Cup run at Ascot on Saturday sees some top sprinters on the honour roll.

Damian Lane wins Japanese Group One

Australian jockey Damian Lane has ridden Normcore to win the Group One Victoria Mile in Japan.

Belated return for The Odyssey

Trainer Kelly Schweida says he has no regrets about scratching The Odyssey from Doomben and he is prepared to delay the two-year-old's return.

Viddora spelling in UK ahead of return

Viddora has been forced to travel to England after racing in Hong Kong before being allowed to return to Australia under quarantine protocols.

Iconoclasm in top order ahead of Goodwood

The Goodwood at Morphettville will be the first of two interstate Group One assignments for the Danny O'Brien-trained Iconoclasm.

Horse carries wrong number to win

In the latest integrity mix-up in Queensland a horse has carried the wrong saddle cloth number to victory at Toowoomba.

The Candy Man to head to Coast

Striking grey The Candy Man is set to run at the Gold Coast or Doomben after missing a start in the Chairman's Handicap.

Anthony Cummings looks to youth in Qld

Trainer Anthony Cummings is favouring youth over experience as he assembles his team for the Brisbane winter carnival.

McEvoy with two chances in G1 Goodwood

Tony McEvoy is set to have last-start Group One runner-up Cool Passion and up-and-coming sprinter Despatch in the Group One Goodwood at Morphettville.

Star 3yos to steal limelight at Doomben

Star three-year-olds Zoustyle and Plague Stone are set to steal the limelight in a support race on Doomben Cup day.

Jeff Lloyd likely to appeal suspension

Jockey Jeff Lloyd is likely to appeal a 16-day suspension for causing interference on Outback Barbie in the Doomben 10,000.

The Bostonian wins Group 1 Doomben 10,000

New Zealand sprinter The Bostonian has beaten Osborne Bulls and Dollar For Dollar to win the Doomben 10,000.

Qafila claims the South Australian Derby

The only filly in the South Australian Derby, Lindsay Park-trained Qafila, has scored a dominant win in the 2500m Classic under Cory Parish.

Import Con Te Partiro wins on Aust debut

A winner in America and England, Con Te Partiro has added the Group Three Dark Jewel Classic at Scone to her resume on her Australian debut.

Trekking could travel further north

Godolphin's Trekking has emerged as a possible big-race contender in Brisbane with his win in a Listed race at the Scone feature meeting.

Libertini a star in the making: Cummings

Two-year-old filly Libertini has lived up to the hype around her with a facile win in the Listed Woodlands Stakes at Scone.

Wild Planet in smooth Scone Guineas win

Wild Planet has scored a deserved win in the Inglis Scone Guineas under a controlled front-running ride by Tommy Berry.

Archedemus on track for Gr 1 Doomben Cup

Archedemus rocketed into calculations for the Doomben Cup after he led throughout to win the Listed Members Handicap at Doomben.

Le Juge continues rise, Brisbane Cup looms

In-form stayer Le Juge continued his rapid rise through the ranks when he won the Group Three Chairman's Handicap at Doomben.

McDonald's champagne ride in Gr 2 Classic

James McDonald has produced one of his best rides to win the Champagne Classic on Dubious at Doomben.

Purple Sector ends autumn on winning note

Trainer John Thompson won't be tempted by a Queensland Derby start for Purple Sector despite his dominant win in the Rough Habit Plate.

Bad habit can't stop Vega One at Doomben

Despite again getting his back leg up in the barrier stalls, Vega One has proved far too good for the Listed Queensland Day Stakes field at Doomben.

Promising 3YO Ef Troop back in business

The Tony Gollan-trained Ef Troop's winter campaign has started on a winning note in restricted class at Doomben.

O'Brien lands final two races at Caulfield

Order Of Command and Remember The Name have given Danny O'Brien a race-to-race double in the final two races at Caulfield.

Bam's On Fire beats Propelle at Caulfield

Former Perth filly Bam's On Fire has backed up a maiden victory in country Victoria with a city win at Caulfield in the second start of her campaign.

Missile Mantra too classy in Caulfield win

Well-backed Missile Mantra has stormed home to claim the Listed Vale Redoute's Choice Stakes at Caulfield at her second race start.

2019 South Australian Derby: The lone filly Qafila bolts in

Sitting behind the leader, Qafila had the best run and held the boys off easily in the 2019 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Doomben 10,000: The Bostonian causes an upset

The bookies got the lot as The Bostonian charged along the inside in the 2019 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

Zacada back to best in NZ Group Three win

The 2018 Sydney Cup runner-up Zacada has won the Group Three Rotorua Cup to bring up a century of winners this season for Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman.

Guard of honour for jockey Damian Browne

Retiring jockey Damian Browne has been given a guard of honour by fellow riders in a ceremony at Doomben.

Guizot lands his second straight victory

The Aaron Purcell-trained Guizot has backed up a win during the recent Warrnambool carnival with another victory in an open handicap at Caulfield.

Brisbane carnival awaits in-form Zoutori

In-form three-year-old Zoutori has earned himself a trip to Brisbane following his victory in the Rod Fenwick Handicap at Caulfield.

Alfarris presses claims for Ramsden start

The Andrew Ramsden Stakes looms as the next option for imported stayer Alfarris after he registered his first Australian win in a 2406m race at Caulfield.

Chris Scholtz Selections and Best Bets for Scone and Doomben - 11th May 2019

Selections and best bets from Chris Scholtz with Trial Watch and Blackbook Report for racing at Scone and Doomben on May 11.

Ben Currie files for review on racing ban

Trainer Ben Currie has lodged an application for an internal review of the decision to disqualify him for four years.

River Racer heads south after Doomben win

Consistent mare River Racer is likely to dodge winter Queensland's winter carnival stars to head to Sydney after winning at Doomben.

Ballarat synthetic track in early call-up

A scheduled turf meeting at Ballarat has been transferred to the venue's new synthetic track, the first meeting to be run on the surface.

Special Missile on target in Scone Cup

Special Missile has given brothers Richard and Michael Freedman a feature win in the Scone Cup days into their new training partnership.

Weather watch on Kazio Caulfield outing

Overnight rain will determine whether the Colin Little-trained Kazio will extend his campaign to a race at Caulfield.

Military Zone chasing another Guineas win

Military Zone is favourite to add the Inglis Guineas at Scone to his wins in the Gosford and Hawkesbury Guineas already this season.

Jungle Edge to show his best at Caulfield

The soft track at Caulfield and the claim for Lucinda Doodt has trainer Mick Bell confident Jungle Edge can run well at Caulfield.

Quick trip to Brisbane for Tony McEvoy

Leading trainer Tony McEvoy has made a quick trip to Brisbane to oversee his Doomben 10,000 chances Manuel and Dollar For Dollar's track work.

Qafila set to back up in G1 SA Derby

Qafila will be the only filly in the Group One South Australian Derby, with the three-year-old set to back up after her fourth in the Australasian Oaks.

Ear muffs to help Nature Strip in 10,000

The addition of ear muffs is expected to help Doomben 10,000 favourite Nature Strip run a strong 1200 metres.

Thompson filly to sparkle in Dark Jewel

Consistent filly Into The Abyss will be chasing an overdue stakes win when she heads to Scone for the Group Three Dark Jewel Classic.

Order Again will stay at 1600m at Doomben

Talented Order Again will stay at 1600m for the time being after trainer Brian Smith elected to run him in the Members Handicap at Doomben.

Missile Mantra to face first stakes test

Trainer Peter Snowden believes two-year-old Missile Mantra has improved since her debut win ahead of her first stakes test at Caulfield.

Champion reinsman on brink of milestone

Champion reinsman Chris Alford is on track to make history again with a 100th Group One win.

Tropezina to chase black-type at Scone

The chance to earn all-important black-type at Scone has won out over a three-year-old fillies race at Caulfield for connections of Tropezina.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Scone Preview - Saturday, 11th May 2019

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

Scone Cup day Preview - 10th May 2019

Racing focuses on Scone today for the Scone Cup.

Tracey Bartley has two in the Guineas on Saturday

In the Guineas race to start the day on Saturday at Scone, Tracey Bartley has two 3yos running.

Matt Smith takes Fierce Impact to the Scone Cup

Coming off a top G1 run and a trial, Fierce Impact heads to Scone for the Cup heading onto potentially the Doomben Cup.

Champagne Cuddles chases first Group One

Classy mare Champagne Cuddles is primed to win her first Group One race in the Doomben 10,000.

Legal battle for disqualified Currie

Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie faces a long legal battle after being disqualified for four years with more charges to be heard.

Ben Currie given four year ban

Reports are indicating Queensland horse trainer Ben Currie has received a four year disqualification from Queensland Racing Integrity Stewards.

Kentucky Derby saga continues

Gary and Mary West are pursuing legal options in a bid to have disqualified Kentucky Derby winner Maximum Security reinstated.

Our Libretto on path towards Brisbane Cup

Our Libretto will take a further step towards her winter goal of the Brisbane Cup when she runs in the Group Three Chairman's Stakes at Doomben.

Purcell expects good showing from Guizot

Trainer Aaron Purcell believes last-start Warrnambool winner Guizot looms as a strong chance again in a 1600m handicap at Caulfield.

Maddison Avenue aiming for three straight

After wins at Sandown and Randwick, trainer Marc Conners is hoping Maddison Avenue can extend her winning sequence to three in the JRA Handicap at Caulfield.

More Queensland country meetings get TAB

Racing Queensland has announced more country meetings coinciding with tourist events will have TAB coverage.

Double shot at Guineas for Tracey Bartley

Trainer Tracey Bartley is hoping he can spring an upset in the Inglis 3YO Guineas at Scone with Bare Naked Lady and McCormack.

RQ To Showcase Country Racing

Racing Queensland is set to showcase some of the state’s most iconic regional events over the next 12 months including the Barcaldine Tree of Knowledge Festival and the Mt Isa Rodeo.

Mishani to hustle for Les Ross at Doomben

Trainer Les Ross has high hopes for new stable addition Mishani Hustler in a Listed race at Doomben.

Grand Scholar set for another stakes test

Tony McEvoy has faith in the ability of two-year-old Grand Scholar who will be out to break through for a win at Caulfield in her third start at stakes level.

Dan Morton to book place in winter history

Perth trainer Dan Morton is hoping to break his recent Queensland drought in Group One races with the smart Man Booker.

Draw gives Savvy Oak shot at G1 SA Derby

The inside draw can help give Savvy Oak an easy passage in the South Australian Derby as he chases Group One success at Morphettville.

Ron Stewart gets rare ride for Kris Lees

Lightweight jockey Ron Stewart has a rare ride for Newcastle trainer Kris Lees on favourite Gem Song at Doomben.

Future looking bright for Libertini

Trainer Anthony Cummings has enjoyed a long association with prolific owner/breeder Gerry Harvey and Libertini is shaping as the pair's latest star.

New partnership ready to fire in Classic

The new Anderson-Heathcote training partnership will have its first Group runner with Ballistic Boy in the Champagne Classic at Doomben.

Simon Dinopoulos looks at Classique Legend’s potential

Classique Legend has had very few starts but after getting the Everest slot, Simon Dinopoulos from Racing and Sports outlines what he has ahead.

Trial Watch Reviews for Warwick Farm and Randwick : 03rd May 2019 & 06th May 2019

Chris Scholtz reviews Sydney barrier trials at Warwick Farm on May 3 and Randwick on May 6 plus Trial Watch and Blackbook runners for May 9 and 10.

Cummings Puts The Squeeze On Osborne Bulls

Godolphin trainer James Cummings says one more ‘squeeze of the orange’ could be enough to get that elusive Group One win out of crack sprinter Osborne Bulls in Saturday’s $700,000 Doomben Ten Thousand.

Carmel Size discusses Classique Legend’s Everest entry

With Classique Legend now a confirmed 2019 Everest slot holder, Carmel Size talks about how it came about and what happens now.

Douglas Whyte prepares for his training career

Former champion jockey and soon to be trainer Douglas Whyte has been in Australia recently as he heads onto the next phase of his career.

Damian Browne looks at the Doomben 10,000

Recently retired jockey Damian Browne takes a look at the G1 Doomben 10,000.

Michael Costa runs Sukwhinder in the 2yo Challenge at Scone

Coming off leading all the way on debut, Sukwhinder runs in a $100,000 2yo Challenge at Scone on Friday.

Michael Freedman chats about their runners at Scone

Now in partnership with brother Richard, Michael Freedman has a team building up and have multiple runners at Scone.

2019 Dark Jewel Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Hoping a low draw helps in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday.

Hawkesbury Preview - 09th May 2019

Racing in NSW this Thursday is at Hawkesbury on a fine day.

2019 Doomben 10,000: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the better odds in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Rough Habit Plate: Tips and Race Preview

Giving a 3yo one more chance in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Champagne Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the experience in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Chairman’s Handicap: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday land on a Melbourne horse.

2019 South Australian Derby: Tips and Race Preview

Taking another Freedman G1 in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 SA Sires Produce: Tips and Race Preview

Tony McEvoy dominates the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 SA Sires Produce at Morphettville on Saturday.

Lees relies on weight of numbers for Scone

It has been a significant week for trainer Kris Lees and the party isn't over yet with a host of stakes runners at Scone and a ticket in the Doomben 10,000.

Extra Brut to find new home in Hong Kong

Victoria Derby winner Extra Brut will get the chance to win another Derby after his sale to Hong Kong.

Jumps rider Martin Kelly on bets charges

Jumps jockey Martin Kelly has been hit with four charges by Racing Victoria stewards in relation to betting and giving false or misleading evidence.

Mr Quickie on target for Derby assignment

The South Australian Derby has been the aim for Mr Quickie and trainer Phillip Stokes says he cannot fault the gelding in the lead-up to the race.

Doomben improving for Group One meeting

Track manager Jim Roberts is confident the track will be rated good for the 10,000 meeting despite rain last week.

Trainer Richard Cully lands Sandown prize

Dual-licence holder Richard Cully landed his first winner as a trainer at Sandown as he continues his career as a jumps jockey through the winter months.

Classique Legend confirmed for Everest bid

The Les Bridge-trained Classique Legend is the second horse to be confirmed for a spot in this year's $14 million The Everest.

Unbeaten Moldova set for first stakes test

Trainer Danny O'Brien expects Moldova to be hard to beat again when the two-year-old filly steps up to stakes grade for the first time at Caulfield.

Youngsters steal show in Canterbury wins

California Zimbol and Discharged have underlined their potential with on-pace wins at Canterbury.

Not Enough Effort scores again at Sandown

Trainer Sharyn Trolove will consider giving unbeaten three-year-old Not Enough Effort a break following his victory in the Blue Star Print Handicap at Sandown.

Snowzone continues rich winning tradition

Two-year-old Snowzone's Gold Coast victory continued a family tradition as he was the 10th foal of his dam Snowdrift to win a race.

Sandown winner Asgard Massif on the market

Trainer John Sadler expects to see Sandown winner Asgard Massif leave his stable as the gelding's owner goes about reducing his thoroughbred numbers.

Scone carnival concept a winner: O'Shea

Sydney trainer John O'Shea is looking forward to the Scone carnival and believes there is room for more feature Saturday race meetings in regional areas.

Outback Barbie chases history in 10,000

Outback Barbie is aiming to become only the second three-year-old filly to win the Doomben 10,000.

Sydney sprinters headline Doomben 10,000

Nature Strip and Osborne Bulls are among 13 horses to accept for the Doomben 10,000, the premier weight-for-age sprint of the Brisbane winter carnival.

2019 SA Sires Produce: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Only ten take part in the 2019 SA Sires Produce at Morphettville on Saturday.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

Ipswich racetrack set for remedial work

Racing Queensland will undertake remedial work on the Ipswich racetrack but other plans for provincial course have been scrapped.

Classique Legend Confirmed For Everest

Bon Ho & Carmel Size Racing have purchased the vacant GPI Racing slot for the 2019 running of The Everest.

2019 Rough Habit Plate: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are eleven lining up in the 2019 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Chairman’s Handicap: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of stayers line up in the 2019 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Dark Jewel Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some nice mares step out in the 2019 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday.

2019 Doomben 10,000: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some different form lines are among the thirteen runners in the 2019 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Champagne Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2019 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday has a big field of juveniles.

Selections, Trial Watch and Blackbook Reports For Canterbury : 08th May 2019

Selections and best bets for Canterbury on May 8 by Chris Scholtz plus Trial Watch and Blackbook Reports.

Pat Smullen Announces Retirement On Medical Advice

‘I have a lot of cherished memories of a great career’

No Preakness for Kentucky Derby winner

Kentucky Derby winner Country House has a cough and will not run in the Preakness Stakes ruling the Triple Crown out of play.

Ben Smith faces stewards over cobalt

Trainer Ben Smith has fronted a Racing NSW stewards inquiry relating to illegal cobalt levels and giving false evidence.

Lindsey Smith to set up Warrnambool base

With five horse already in Victoria, Lindsey Smith is awaiting the tick of approval from Racing Victoria to take over the Warrnambool stables of Darren Weir.

Mr Quickie remains favourite for SA Derby

Despite drawing in the second half of the field, the Phillip Stokes-trained Mr Quickie remains favourite for the Group One South Australian Derby.

Matt Smith to make an impact at Scone

After missing a planned start in the Hollindale Stakes, Fierce Impact has been diverted to the Scone Cup ahead of a Group One mission in Brisbane.

Smart returning home chasing a stakes win

Caulfield has previously been a happy work place for Canberra trainer Todd Smart who is set to run Washington Towers in the Listed Redoute's Choice Stakes.

Kings Will Dream has clean bill of health

Having survived a fractured pelvis, Kings Will Dream is enjoying a spell before joining the stables of Chris Waller ahead of a spring campaign.

Beefeater joins NZ runners in Brisbane

Beefeater is another New Zealander in Brisbane looking to snare a stakes race during the Queensland winter carnival.

Not Enough Effort right to go at Sandown

Not Enough Effort has put his early bad barrier manners behind him as he aims for three straight in a 1000-metre sprint at Sandown.

Maximum Security Derby appeal denied

Racing authorities have denied an appeal by Maximum Security's owner against the colt's Derby disqualification saying stewards are not subject to such action.

2019 South Australian Derby: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are a few hopes in the 2019 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Doomben 10,000: Race History

The Race History of the Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday has changed with the shorter distance.

2019 Rough Habit Plate: Race History

A few Derby winners come via the Rough Habit Plate run at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Champagne Classic: Race History

Highly promising youngsters have come via the Champagne Classic run at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Dark Jewel Classic: Race History

Well-bred mares often make a play in the Dark Jewel Classic run at Scone on Saturday.

2019 Chairman’s Handicap: Race History

The Race History of the 2019 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday shows it can through up an upset.

Scratched From Winnable Assignments – 7 May 2019

Horses scratched from Australian TAB races where they were considered strong chances by Racing & Sports’ form analysts.

2019 South Australian Derby: Race History

Some top stayers are a part of the Race History of the South Australian Derby run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 SA Sires Produce: Race History

Sometimes the SA Sires Produce run at Morphettville on Saturday can throw up a decent horse.

2019 Poule d’Essai des Pouliches: Race History

The Poule d’Essai des Pouliches run at Longchamp on Sunday hasn’t been as strong a race as the colts.

2019 Poule d’Essai des Poulains: Race History

Many a future leading sire has won the Poule d’Essai des Poulains run at Longchamp on Sunday.

2019 Victoria Mile: Race History

Japan’s major for the fillies and mares is the Victoria Mile run at Tokyo on Sunday.

Owner to appeal Kentucky Derby result

Owner Gary West has confirmed he will appeal Maximum Security's disqualification as the Kentucky Derby winner for causing interference.

Ben Currie horses moved to other trainers

Queensland stewards have allowed 26 horses to be moved from Ben Currie's stables to other trainers with some nominated for upcoming races.

Douglas, Thornton with Derby opportunities

Clayton Douglas and Damien Thornton will be among the jockeys chasing their first Group One wins when they ride two of the main South Australian Derby chances.

Tom Melbourne, Destiny's Kiss for Scone

Crowd favourites Tom Melbourne and Destiny's Kiss head the entries for the Listed Scone Cup.

Slow progress for injured Michael Hackett

Injured country NSW jockey Michael Hackett remains in Liverpool Hospital where he is making progress in his recovery.

Blake Shinn to ride NZ 3yo Vigor Winner

New Zealand trainer Lauren Brennan is thrilled to have secured Blake Shinn to ride three-year-old Vigor Winner when he makes his Brisbane debut.

Tony Gollan considers options for 3yos

Trainer Tony Gollan is sorting out the options for star three-year-olds Ef Troop and Zoustyle after rain thwarted their scheduled returns.

Decision pending on Furrion's next move

Trainer David Hayes says a decision is pending whether Furrion heads to the paddock or presses on to run in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes later this month.

Oliver to ride Steel Prince in Ramsden

Damien Oliver has been booked to ride in-form Steel Prince in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes, a race offering a Melbourne Cup ballot exemption to the winner.

Waller Treading Water With Fragile Zousain

Valuable 3YO colt Zousain’s Brisbane carnival program is up in the air after he missed a vital start at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Moldova heads Redoute's Choice Stakes noms

The Listed Redoute's Choice Stakes for two-year-olds at Caulfield has attracted 23 nominations including the filly Moldova who is unbeaten from two starts.

Experience to help Oh Five Glory

Trainer Peter Hulbert hopes race experience can help OhFive Glory win her first Group Two race at Doomben.

2019 Doomben 10,000: Nominations

A few big names are among the nominations for the 2019 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Champagne Classic: Nominations

Should get a full field of babies to run off the nominations for the 2019 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2019 Chairman’s Handicap: Nominations

The Nominations for the 2019 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday suggest a competitive race of stayers.

2019 Rough Habit Plate: Nominations

Nominations for the 2019 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday show a race light on for quality.

2019 Dark Jewel Classic: Nominations

Plenty of in form mares will line up for the 2019 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday.

2019 South Australian Derby: Nominations

Will it be the new guard for the 2019 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday?

2019 SA Sires Produce: Nominations

Same number of fillies and males are among the nominations for the 2019 SA Sires Produce at Morphettville on Saturday.

Brett Cavanough Rejects Ben Currie Offer

Scone trainer Brett Cavanough has rejected an offer to take over the interim training of horses prepared at Toowoomba by under fire trainer Ben Currie.

Preakness doubt for Maximum Security

Maximum Security's owner Gary West is considering appeal options after the colt's disqualification from the Kentucky Derby.

Hermosa lands Guineas double for O'Brien

Trainer Aidan O'Brien has completed another Classic double with Hermosa adding the 1000 Guineas to Magna Grecia's 2000 Guineas triumph at Newmarket.

No Rest For Hawkesbury's Pocket Rocket

There will be no rest for Hawkesbury’s pocket rocket Spright with trainer Garry Frazer keen to see her add at least one more Group One win to her record before the end of the season.

Exciting Sprinters Set For Randwick Clash

Talented prospect Cradle Mountain and comeback sprinter Menari are scheduled for a thrilling Randwick showdown on May 25.

Scone Guineas Step To Stradbroke For Snowden Pair

Next Saturday’s $200,000 Scone Guineas will clarify Stradbroke Handicap plans for three-year-old stablemates Military Zone and Signore Fox.

Speedster Deploy ready for Scone return

After a couple of problem-plagued preparations, Deploy is now primed to return to his stakes-winning ways beginning at Scone.

Eurell upbeat about his SA Derby contender

Trainer Greg Eurell says Star Missile has come through his last-start second well and he believes has a genuine chance in the South Australian Derby.

Waller respects Bowman's decision to rest

Champion trainer Chris Waller says he respects jockey Hugh Bowman's decision to have a break and says it will have no impact on his operation.

New Ownership For In Her Time

Dual Group One winner In Her Time will race on next season for a new ownership group.

Warren's spring hopes for Rosemont fillies

Brooklyn Hustle has started pre-training as she begins the build-up towards her next campaign while her trainer Jason Warren also has spring hopes for Knowles.

Newitt's Caulfield Concerns For Eastender

Tasmania’s top stayer Eastender will have his next start at Caulfield on Saturday despite reservations by his jockey Craig Newitt about how the big gelding will adapt to the track.

Disqualification Hands Kentucky Derby To Country House

Long shot Country House has been promoted to first in the Kentucky Derby with the owners of the disqualified Maximum Security considering an appeal.

X-rays clear Lachlan King of any fractures

X-rays have cleared apprentice Lachlan King of any fractures after a race fall at Flemington.

O'Brien trains 10th 2000 Guineas winner

Magna Grecia has given champion trainer Aidan O'Brien with his 10th victory in the 2000 Guineas at Newmarket.

Trainer Stuart Kendrick ready to run

In-form Caloundra trainer Stuart Kendrick has completed a big week by being named the trainer for a new venture aimed at ready-to-run horses.

Disqualification Hands Kentucky Derby To Country House

Outsider Country House has been declared the winner of the Kentucky Derby after the disqualification of Maximum Security.

Sydney mare Spright claims G1 Sangster

Sydney mare Spright has come with her trademark whirlwind finish to claim the Sangster Stakes and complete a Group One Adelaide double for jockey Damien Oliver.

Princess Jenni wins G1 Australasian Oaks

The David Brideoake-trained Princess Jenni has responded to Damien Oliver's riding to win the Group One Australasian Oaks in Adelaide.

Life Less Ordinary takes Hollindale Stakes

Trainer Chris Waller has won his third Group Two Hollindale Stakes with Life Less Ordinary who he believes is what Australian racing needs to stay strong.

Four riders fall, Ipswich card called off

Jockeys escaped serious injury after a four-horse fall over the line at Ipswich but the meeting has been abandoned.

Lachlan King taken to hospital after fall

Apprentice Lachlan King has been taken to hospital after a fall in a race at Flemington.

Collett completes double aboard Demerara

Demerara will spearhead Godolphin's assault on fillies and mares black-type races during the winter carnival after her victory in the Silk Stocking.

Pennino delivers a Gr 3 Guineas boilover

Pennino has enhanced her reputation as a superior wet-tracker in winning the Group Three Gold Coast Guineas in a boilover result.

Coldstone lifts Gollan spirits in Cup win

Coldstone's has won the Australian Turf Club Cup for Tony Gollan on a day the trainer had scratch star three-year-old Zoustyle.

Gary Newham finds Winning Ways in Bracelet

Gary Newham has continued his success with Winning Ways who is Oaks bound after winning the Gold Coast Bracelet.

Million-dollar colt too strong in Classic

Stronger has lived up to his name when he overhauled the odds-on favourite Accession to win the Group Three Ken Russell Memorial Classic at the Gold Coast.

The Lord Mayor salutes in Gold Coast Cup

Champion trainer Chris Waller has continued his domination of Queensland staying races with The Lord Mayor winning the Gold Coast Cup.

Nobu ignites Group 1 Queensland Derby bid

Nobu's Queensland Derby mission is back on track after his comprehensive win at Randwick over stablemates Duchess Of Lennox and Ombudsman.

Zonk gives Williams first Saturday winner

Apprentice Chris Williams has ridden his first Saturday winner at Randwick, steering Zonk for his boss Les Bridge.

Splintex breaks through at second start

The Mark Newnham-trained Splintex has backed up a solid third on debut with victory in the two-year-old maiden at Randwick.

Steel Prince wins again, goes for Ramsden

Steel Prince has made it four wins from as many starts this preparation and the stayer will now target the Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington.

2019 Australasian Oaks: Princess Jenni too good

Damien Oliver got one closer to the Australian record with a win on Princess Jenni in the 2019 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

Ridgewood Drive stamps Derby credentials

A convincing win at Flemington over 2000m has set Ridgewood Drive up for a likely shot at the Group One South Australian Derby on a seven-day back-up.

2019 AD Hollindale Stakes: Life Less Ordinary laps up the wet track

Chris Waller landed the 2019 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday with a wet tracker in Life Less Ordinary.

Fastnet Tempest survives protest to win

Fastnet Tempest has had to survive a protest from the rider of runner-up Addictive Nature to claim his first win in more than a year at Flemington.

Fidelia impresses Brown in Flemington win

Fidelia has finished strongly to come from last to win a 1410m race for three-year-old fillies at Flemington, impressing apprentice Ethan Brown.

Moldova stays unbeaten with Flemington win

The Danny O'Brien-trained two-year-old Moldova has backed up a debut win at Bendigo with another victory at Flemington to remain unbeaten from two starts.

Randwick Preview with Chris Scholtz - 04th May 2019

Chris Scholtz previews the Randwick meeting on the Kensington track on May 4.

The Candy Man set to chase stakes races

Comeback galloper The Candy Man earned a crack at stakes races after scoring his fifth win in a row at the Gold Coast.

Currie asks for clarity on racing charges

Lawyers for trainer Ben Currie have filed a judicial review application on a ban and asked stewards for clarity of two unrelated convictions.

Gold Coast and Morphettville Previews with Chris Scholtz - 04th May 2019

Chris Scholtz previews the Hollindale Stakes meeting at the Gold Coast Coast and Australasian Oaks meeting at Morphettville.

Hugh Bowman calls time on the season

Hugh Bowman has confirmed he will not ride again until the new season after an exhausting few months including the farewell campaign of champion Winx.

Pierata to stay in training for Everest

Aquis Farm has announced Pierata's stud career has been deferred and the All Aged Stakes winner will be aimed at The Everest.

Hugh Bowman stands down from Gold Coast

Winx's jockey Hugh Bowman has stood himself down from riding, saying he is exhausted and needs a spell.

Ben Currie faces possible disqualification

Trainer Ben Currie faces a possible disqualification after being found guilty of two counts of bringing racing into disrepute.

Berry guides Abdon to Wagga Gold Cup win

Tommy Berry has steered the Chris Waller-trained Abdon to victory in the Listed Wagga Wagga Gold Cup, the feature race of the two-day carnival.

Divine Quality fresh for Adelaide G1 race

Divine Quality heads into the Group One TAB Classic off a let-up with trainer Robbie Griffiths hopeful the talented mare will produce a big run fresh.

Boomsara to add to Gold Coast record

Boomsara takes a great record at the Gold Coast into his bid to win the Group Three Gold Coast Guineas for three-year-olds.

Ben Currie owners stopped from transfer

Lawyers for trainer Ben Currie have complained stewards are wrongly stopping owners transferring their horses to other trainers, disrupting their programs.

Douglas switches to flat at the Gold Coast

Clayton Douglas will attempt to add to his feature flat race record when he rides three Ciaron Maher and David Eustace-trained horses on the Gold Coast.

Galaxy Raider set for Flemington return

Trainer Grahame Begg has bided his time with Galaxy Raider in recent weeks, waiting for what he thinks is an ideal race for the gelding's return at Flemington.

Sir Barnabus to stay Cup distance

Deagon stayer Sir Barnabus will appreciate the 2400m of the new Gold Coast Cup race.

Lindsay Park pair after Flemington success

Gold Mag and Royal Thunder will line up for Lindsay Park chasing success in the Apache Cat Handicap at Flemington.

Dream Circle to make debut at Randwick

Trainer David Payne is hoping to put a trying time behind him, starting with Dream Circle at Randwick.

Daniel Bowman hits the road

After success playing on his home track at Warrnambool, trainer Daniel Bowman is splitting his team in search of more winners.

Pace the purpose for Birchley runner

Trainer Liam BIrchley wants a genuine pace to give Fit For Purpose his best chance in the Hollindale Stakes at the Gold Coast.

Mahogany Challenge to begin at Flemington

A 2000m-race at Flemington will kick off the Mahogany Challenge, a series of staying races for three-year-olds spanning the next two months.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Randwick-Kensington Preview - Saturday, 04th May 2019

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

2019 Northam Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday stays with the G1 performer.

2019 Northam Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some old hard nuts line up in the 2019 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday.

Wagga Day 2 Preview - 03rd May 2019

They run the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup this Friday and it is a Heavy 10 surface.

Tommy Berry rides Abdon in the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup

Tommy Berry has the ride on Abdon for Chris Waller in the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup.

Taikomochi will run in the Cup for Adam Hyeronimus

The Tulloch Lodger Taikomochi takes on the Wagga Wagga Gold Cup for Adam Hyeronimus.

Kensington Track Update

Racing in Sydney is on the Kensington track this week for one of the few occasions.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Kensington

Kensington holds the metro meeting as we go back into Sydney this Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Gold Coast

The Gold Coast holds its feature Winter Carnival meeting with the Hollindale Stakes the best race.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

It is Living Legends Race day at Flemington.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

Group 1 racing for the weekend is at Morphettville. The girls feature in both of them.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

Ascot has one of its final meetings before we turn to Belmont for the Winter.

Bob Baffert favoured to win 6th Derby

Trainer Bob Baffert now has the first three in the market for the Kentucky Derby after the scratching of Omaha Beach as he chases a record-equalling sixth win.

Ben Allen hit with 22 meeting suspension

Jockey Ben Allen has been suspended for using the whip 11 times before the 100m mark in his winning ride on Akamon at Warrnambool.

Furrion gets job done in Warrnambool Cup

Furrion will be set on a spring campaign after taking out the Warrnambool Cup for jockey John Allen and Lindsay Park.

Zed Em outstays rivals to win Grand Annual

Zed Em has turned the tables on Gold Medals in the Grand Annual Steeplechase to give trainer Patrick Payne a fourth win in the 5500m-race.

Begg hopes Miss Siska form line holds

Trainer Grahame Begg hopes Miss Siska can follow the same form line as the most recent Hollindale Stakes winner Oregon's Day.

Mirette set for Oaks challenge in Adelaide

The Australasian Oaks has been the autumn aim for Mirette and trainer Archie Alexander believes the filly has had an ideal preparation for the Group One race.

Top Striker draws badly again at Randwick

Trainer Greg Hickman believes last-start winner Top Striker's record could be so much better if he had drawn better barriers throughout his career.

Silk Stocking target for new partnership

The new Anderson-Heathcote training partnership will have its first black-type runner when Femme Fireball runs in the Silk Stocking at the Gold Coast.

The Goodwood a possibility for Halvorsen

The Group One Goodwood in Adelaide is among the upcoming options for three-year-old Halvorsen who will first chase another city win in Melbourne at Flemington.

Jim Byrne rides trackwork after injury

Leading Brisbane jockey Jim Byrne has taken the first step back from injury by riding trackwork at Eagle Farm.

Promising signs for jockey Michael Hackett

There are promising signs for injured jockey Michael Hackett, one of three riders involved in a fall at Tomingley in central-western NSW.

New Site Set To Launch

Attention users the old site will be decommissioned on Monday the 13th of May, 2019.

Fixed Odds +30% @ Flemington & Randwick

Group 1 racing heads to South Australia with the Robert Sangster Stakes and the Australasian Oaks set to light up the track at Morphettville.

Chequered Flag strolls home in Bool hurdle

Chequered Flag has made a triumphant return to jumps racing, recording an easy win in the Champion Novice Hurdle at Warrnambool.

RQ denies more Ben Currie nominations

Racing Queensland has rejected trainer Ben Currie's nominations for all meetings for the next few days.

Mare to strut her stuff at the Gold Coast

Darktown Strutter will be out to maintain her unbeaten record over the Gold Coast 900m-course in the Bat Out of Hell.

Zed Em wins the Grand Annual at Warrnambool

Getting redemption for last year, Zed Em won the Grand Annual at Warrnambool.

2019 Ken Russell Memorial: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Ken Russell Memorial at Gold Coast on Saturday stays with the tried and tested juveniles.

Wagga Day 1 Preview - 02nd May 2019

The first day of the Wagga carnival starts on a Good 4 surface.

Murrumbidgee Turf Club CEO Steve Keene talks about the Wagga carnival

The time honoured Wagga Cup carnival begins on Thursday with two big days of country racing.

Garry Neale has Oriental Runner in the Wagga Town Plate

Coming off a top run in town, Oriental Runner has to be a good chance in the Town Plate today for Garry Neale.

Paul Jones has Mercurial Lad in the Town Plate

Even though he’d like more rain, Mercurial Lad is still a big hope in the Town Plate for the Barbara Joseph, Paul & Matt Jones team.

Chris Heywood has runners in the big Wagga races

Local trainer Chris Heywood has chances through the two days at Wagga.

Tim Donnelly has some young horses running at home

Wagga trainer Tim Donnelly looks to capture some races at his home carnival over the next two days.

Jockey Rob David suspended at Warrnambool

Failing to provide a urine sample at the Warrnambool carnival has cost jockey Rob David a four-month suspension.

2019 Robert Sangster Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Great value amongst the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Australasian Oaks: Tips and Race Preview

Plenty of hopes as seen in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 DC McKay Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

A recent Melbourne winner heads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Euclase Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

An exciting horse leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Euclase Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Queen Of The South Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

The Victorian form is the way to go in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Queen Of The South Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Another bad barrier for Rocknavar

Trainer Matt Dunn believes filly Rocknavar is not getting the chance to show her best because of a series of bad barrier draws.

2019 AD Hollindale Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday stay with a G1 winner.

Kentucky Derby favourite Omaha Beach out

Kentucky Derby favourite Omaha Beach has been scratched after being found to have an entrapped epiglottis, a condition which hampers breathing.

2019 Gold Coast Guineas: Tips and Race Preview

An exciting horse heads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2019 Gold Coast Guineas at Gold Coast on Saturday.

Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden dies

Melbourne Cup winner Dunaden has died aged 13 following complications after a paddock accident at stud in England.

Jump jockey legend Ruby Walsh retires

Irish jump jockey Ruby Walsh has called time on his glittering career after winning the Punchestown Gold Cup on Kemboy.

Menari on target after Warwick Farm gallop

Menari is closer to a return to racing after he was put through his paces in a special gallop at Warwick Farm.

I Am Someone takes out Wangoom Handicap

Jockey Dean Holland took the shortest way home to claim victory in the feature sprint of the Warrnambool carnival, the Listed Wangoom Handicap.

Big Blue too strong in Galleywood Hurdle

John Allen has successfully combined flat and jumps racing at Warrnambool, capturing the feature Galleywood Hurdle on Big Blue.

Steel Prince out to continue winning run

Progressive stayer Steel Prince will chase a fourth straight win this preparation when he steps up in distance again in a 2600m race at Flemington.

New Qld racing partnership in first win

The new training partnership of Robert Heathcote and Chris Anderson has scored a breakthrough win with their second runner at Eagle Farm.

Racing Qld refuses Currie stable entries

Racing Queensland has refused to accept nominations from trainer Ben Currie's Toowoomba stable.

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

Waller to continue dominance in Hollindale

Chris Waller has accepted with six horses for the Group Two Hollindale Stakes which will help him continue his dominance of Queensland winter features.

Brierly quinella set for Grand Annual tilt

Bit Of A Lad and Gold Medals have recovered well from running the Brierly Steeplechase quinella and are set to start in the Grand Annual at Warrnambool.

McEvoy doubles up in Warrnambool Cup bid

Trainer Tony McEvoy expects a rise in distance to suit his two runners Divanation and Light The Waves in the Listed Warrnambool Cup.

Oliver Chasing Down George Moore's Record

If the betting markets have got it right champion jockey Damien Oliver can move two wins closer to equalling George Moore’s record for the most Group One wins in Australian racing history at Morphettville on Saturday.

Newgate secures stake in Doncaster winner

Autumn Group One winner Brutal has figured in a deal that will keep the three-year-old in work until he stands his first season at stud in 2020.

Upgrade for Queensland drug testing unit

Queensland's drug testing facility has increased its ability to scan for a wider range of substances with an upgrade.

Gold Coast wants 10 metropolitan meetings

The Gold Coast Turf Club hopes to have 10 metropolitan-standard Saturday meetings by 2022.

Racing Mourns Passing Of John Fletcher

The racing industry has lost one of its most enduring stalwarts with the sudden passing of John Fletcher at the age of 89.

Bott upbeat about Randwick 2YO debutants

Co-trainer Adrian Bott insists Aeecee Beau and Minted have both shown enough to expect they can perform strongly when the make their debuts in the same race.

2019 Ken Russell Memorial: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some regular names appear in the 2019 Ken Russell Memorial at Gold Coast on Saturday.

Pentomatic wins in thrilling novice chase

A thrilling finish to the novice steeplechase has given trainer Eric Musgrove another winner at the famous Warrnambool carnival.

Selections and Best Bets for Warwick Farm : 01st May 2019

Selections, best bets, Trial Watch and Blackbook Reports for Warwick Farm on May 1.

2019 DC McKay Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Only eight are entered in the 2019 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 Euclase Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some very in form 3yos will run in the 2019 Euclase Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Vale Mr John Fletcher

The racing industry is today mourning the sudden passing of Mr John Fletcher.

2019 Queen Of The South Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A near capacity field will run in the 2019 Queen Of The South Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2019 AD Hollindale Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some good horses are going to miss out in the 2019 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2019 Gold Coast Guineas: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A top field of 3yos run in the 2019 Gold Coast Guineas at Gold Coast on Saturday.

Scratched From Winnable Assignments – 1 May 2019

Horses scratched from Australian TAB races where they were considered strong chances by Racing & Sports’ form analysts.

Lees Makes A Run At Wagga Cup

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees will break new ground on Friday with his first runner in the $170,000 Wagga Gold Cup.

2019 South Australian Derby Preview

The 2019 South Australian Derby will jump at Morphettville Racecourse on Saturday, May 11, in what should be another brilliant event.

2019 Northam Stakes: Nominations

The regulars are among the nominations for the 2019 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday.