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Blake Shinn to appeal careless riding ban

Jockey Blake Shinn will appeal a careless riding suspension that will rule him out of Stradbroke Handicap Day at Doomben.

Browne ban puts Impending ride in jeopardy

Group One-winning jockey Damian Browne will appeal against a careless-riding suspension in a bid to keep the Stradbroke Handicap ride on Impending.

Impending Wins Kingsford Smith Cup

Godolphin's Impending won his second Group One race in the Kingsford Smith Cup and will now get a chance to make it three in the Stradbroke Handicap.

Youngstar Prevails In Oaks Thriller

Youngstar has continued her meteoric rise, winning the Queensland Oaks in a nail-biting finish from stablemate Another Dollar.

Stradbroke decision looms for Perry stable

Trainer Paul Perry has some thinking to do after the three-year-old Perast won the Fred Best Classic at Doomben.

Pedrena Wins Glenlogan Park Stakes

Jockey Michael Dee has captured the Group Three Glenlogan Park Stakes aboard Pedrena at his first day of riding at Doomben.

Track Complaint Mars Doomben Oaks Meeting

The final race at the Queensland Oaks meeting has been run in near darkness after a delay when jockeys raised concerns about the Doomben track.

Duca Valentinois claims first WFA success

Trainer James Cummings is considering extending the winter carnival campaign of Duca Valentinois after the gelding's win in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Doomben.

Furnished Rising Red takes Premier's Cup

Tough stayer Rising Red showed he had matured with his strong win in the Premier's Cup at Doomben.

Heavenly Thought Firms For Derby

Well-bred colt Heavenly Thought is on track to give Darren Weir his first Queensland Derby win after the colt's victory in the Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben.

Veteran Destiny's Kiss lands McKell Cup

Veteran stayer Destiny's Kiss will now be aimed at the Brisbane Cup after a stirring win in the Listed McKell Cup at Randwick.

Fierce Impact gives Smith Randwick double

The imported Fierce Impact has brought up the second leg of a winning double at Randwick for the Matthew Smith stable.

Dreamforce resumes in style at Randwick

Dreamforce has made a successful return to racing to give Sydney jockeys' premiership leader Brenton Avdulla his fourth winner for the meeting.

Stirring win for Derby-bound Live And Free

Queensland Derby-bound Live And Free has given part-owners Julie and Gary Manning the ideal tonic as they recover from injuries sustained in a car accident.

Bastia provides some solace for Kris Lees

The Kris Lees-trained Bastia has won comfortably at Randwick to partially compensate for the late scratching of Graff from the Sires' Produce Stakes at Doomben.

She Knows carries big weight at Randwick

She Knows has handled the burden of 62.5kg with ease to win a Highway Handicap at Randwick and confirm a trip to Melbourne.

Tom Ryan suspended after hurdle at Sandown

Tom Ryan has been suspended following his ride aboard Dane Hussler in the Australian Hurdle at Sandown.

Fifty Stars goes four straight at Sandown

The Queensland Guineas at Doomben is being considered for Fifty Stars after he kept his unbeaten record intact with another victory at Sandown.

NZ stayer Mazzuro upsets Sandown rivals

New Zealander Mazzuro has earned an extended Australian campaign with a shock win at Sandown.

Self Sense confirms liking for obstacles

Self Sense has remained unbeaten over jumps taking out the Australian Hurdle at Sandown as a short-priced favourite.

Don't Be Shy takes Australian Steeplechase

At her first start over the bigger jumps, Don't Be Shy has taken out the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown.

Chris Waller provides BRC Sires' quinella

Chris Waller has won the BRC Sires' Produce Stakes for the third time after providing the quinella in the Group Two race at Doomben.

Savatiano romps home in Randwick victory

A stakes race could be added to the program for Savatiano after the Godolphin filly remained unbeaten this preparation with a second-up win at Randwick.

Touch Of Mink to return to stakes class

Trainer Matthew Smith will prepare Touch Of Mink for the Sunshine Coast Guineas following her win at Randwick.

Black Caviar son makes encouraging debut

Prince Of Caviar may not have finished in the placings at his racetrack debut but he pleased co-trainer Wayne Hawkes and jockey Luke Nolen with his performance.

Today's Randwick Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the McKell Cup meeting at Randwick on May 26 with selections for all races.

The Autumn Sun shines ahead of JJ Atkins

The Chris Waller-trained colt The Autumn Sun has warmed up for the Group One JJ Atkins at Doomben in style with a clinical victory at Randwick.

Doomben Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Queensland Oaks meeting at Doomben on May 26 with selections for all races.

Jeff Lloyd brings up 100 Qld metro wins

Jeff Lloyd has ridden 100 winners in a Queensland metropolitan season for the second time in a row with victory on Tyzone at Doomben.

Smerdon hit with additional $90,000 fine

Trainer Robert Smerdon has been stung with an $90,000 fine on top of his life disqualification for his involvement in the Aquanita case.

Avdulla puts mounts on course for Brisbane

Brisbane winter carnival contenders will hold the key to jockey Brenton Avdulla chances at Randwick.

Royal Celebration steps up at Randwick

Royal Celebration faces his first test at Randwick for trainer Ron Quinton when he takes on a field including Group One JJ Atkins contender The Autumn Sun.

Stella Artois Sponsors Caulfield Cup

International beer brand Stella Artois is the new naming rights sponsor of the Caulfield Cup.

Big Debut By Makybe Diva's Daughter

Divanation, a daughter of triple Melbourne Cup winner Makybe Diva, has won a provincial maiden race at her first start.

Turnberry strives to make cut for Derby

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees hopes Turnberry can press his claims for a trip to Queensland when the gelding has his first start at Randwick.

Another Dollar seeks revenge in Qld Oaks

Glyn Schofield believes Another Dollar is capable of upstaging stablemate and Queensland Oaks favourite Youngstar in the Group One Classic.

Le Romain draws well for Kingsford-Smith

Triple Group One winner Le Romain has received a welcome barrier as he chases more elite-level success in the Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben.

Tasracing CEO Vaughn Lynch Resigns

Tasracing will commence an immediate search for a new chief executive officer following the unexpected resignation of Vaughn Lynch.

Guy upbeat about Protest's chances in Oaks

The Bryan and Daniel Guy training partnership likes the chances of Protest in the Queensland Oaks despite her big price.

Musgrove with numbers in Sandown features

Of the 22 jumpers accepted to run in the Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase at Sandown, Eric Musgrove will saddle six runners over the two races.

Sizzling Ace set for first win in Sires'

Maiden Sizzling Ace has drawn a good barrier and is out to the right distance as she chases a win in the BRC Sires' Produce Stakes.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

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

Casino Preview

They race at Casino in NSW this Friday where it is a Good 4 surface and a fine day.

Ron Quinton is taking Daysee Doom to the Tatts Tiara

After a few weeks off, Daysee Doom is going to run first up in the Tatts Tiara in another month’s time.

Kelly Schweida has a team in at Doomben

One of the main chances is Shogun Sun running in the Fred Best Classic to end the day.

Sally Snow fancies two at Randwick

Sally Snow from TAB Wagering likes a couple for Randwick on Saturday.

Michael Maxworthy offers Doomben thoughts

On a tough day of racing at Doomben, Michael Maxworthy likes the top two in the G1 Kingsford-Smith Cup.

Qld Guineas preferred for Mishani Bullitt

Trainer Chris Anderson wants to run Mishani Bullitt in the Queensland Guineas even if he gets a ballot-free entry to the Stradbroke Handicap.

Morendi to step up in Gr 3 Premier's Cup

Tough stayer Morendi gets a chance to show he has developed into a stakes horse when he tackles a big field in the Premier's Cup.

Under Oath settles for Sandown consolation

After Queensland Derby plans have been cast aside, Under Oath will chase an incentive bonus in the Ladbrokes Cash Out Handicap at Sandown.

Mishani Bullitt takes on the Fred Best Classic

Chris Anderson from Eagle Farm has Mishani Bullitt at Doomben on Saturday with bigger races ahead.

Doomben Track Manager Jim Roberts updates on the G1 surface

Jim Roberts from Doomben explains how the track stands for the dual G1 meeting.

Panya out to join elite group in Qld Oaks

Sydney jockey Deanne Panya can join an elite group of women riders if she win the Group One Queensland Oaks.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

The Listed McKell Cup at a mile and a half features on the Randwick program on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Two G1s amongst other group racing are on the Doomben card this week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Sandown

The Australian Hurdle and Steeplechase feature on the Sandown card.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

The carnival is over so back to Winter racing now.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

It’s near Winter time and so we are back to Belmont.

Magic Circle could add Gold Cup to program

Magic Circle's dominant win at Sandown has added the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot as a potential lead-up to the Melbourne Cup.

Derby starts go on the line in Grand Prix

Three impressive winners from a midweek meeting will chase places in the Queensland Derby when they run in the Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben.

Waller opts against blinkers on Oaks fancy

Chris Waller has decided not to use blinkers on the favourite Youngstar in the Group One Queensland Oaks at Doomben.

Sam Kavanagh loses cobalt appeal

The Racing NSW Appeals Tribunal has dismissed disqualified trainer Sam Kavanagh's appeal against conviction for cobalt offences.

Impending Leads Big Godolphin Team At Doomben

Godolphin trainer James Cummings is confident defending Stradbroke champion Impending can land his second Group One win in Saturday’s $700,000 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben.

Weighty task confronts in-form sprinter

Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley hopes Listed Ortensia Stakes winner To Excess can overcome a ratings boost to continue his impressive campaign at Randwick.

The Autumn Sun to set scene for JJ Atkins

Chris Waller expects impressive colt The Autumn Sun to make a timely statement at Randwick before heading to Brisbane for the Group One JJ Atkins Plate.

Listed McKell Cup back-up for The Getaway

The Getaway will step up in distance and grade when he backs up from his Rosehill win to the Listed McKell Cup at Randwick.

Conservative Sandown ride for Greycliffe

Trainer Matt Cumani will adopt new tactics with three-year-old Greycliffe when he runs in the Ladbrokes Cash Out Handicap at Sandown.

So Si Bon to race on as a gelding

The connections of So Si Bon have decided to geld him and continue his racing career after Victorian stewards placed a ban on the horse for biting.

Byrne a boost for Terra Sancta in Qld Oaks

Trainer Tony Pike is hoping jockey Jim Byrne's local knowledge of Doomben can help his filly Terra Sancta win the Queensland Oaks.

Plumaro ready for big test in BRC Sires'

Trainer Kevin Kemp is confident Plumaro will run a huge race in her biggest test in the BRC Sires' Produce Stakes.

Getting Leggie suited to the bigger jumps

After a successful stint at hurdling, Getting Leggie is set to make his debut over the bigger obstacles in the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown.

A look at the Group One Queensland Oaks

The Queensland Oaks has become a launching pad for some of the greats of the Australian turf.

Jake Bayliss rides Volpe Veloce in the Kingsford-Smith

After having good success in New Zealand, Jake Bayliss continues his association with Volpe Veloce at Doomben.

Care To Think takes on the G1 for Matt Dunn

Racing in another feature at Doomben, Care To Think will be getting home hard for Matt Dunn.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

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

Top mare enjoys smooth Doomben preparation

Volpe Veloce’s quest for a Group One victory in Queensland to go with her domestic success at the top level is all going to plan.

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Hawkesbury Preview

The NSW meeting on Thursday is at Hawkesbury where it is Fine and a Good 3.

Tracey Bartley runs To Excess at Randwick on Saturday

Coming back a more mature horse, To Excess heads to Randwick for Tracey Bartley in good form.

Impending leads way for Godolphin in Cup

Kingsford-Smith Cup chance Impending will lead the way for Godolphin as the high-profile stable sends out eight runners at Doomben.

Highway runs in the Queensland Oaks for Steve Englebrecht

After placing in the Roses, Highway goes to the Queensland Oaks now for Steve Englebrecht.

2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Tips and Race Preview

The G1 class is to the fore in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Dettori to ride for Aga Khan in Derby

Frankie Dettori will ride Hazapour for the Aga Khan and trainer Dermot Weld in the Epsom Derby.

2018 Queensland Oaks: Tips and Race Preview

Another race where the Waller army leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sires Produce: Tips and Race Preview

Chris Waller heads up the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 BRC Sires Produce at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

The Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Doomben on Saturday show it to be wide open.

2018 Fred Best Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Happy to focus at the top of the race in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Fred Best Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Grand Prix Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

The form from the Sydney carnival race leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Premier’s Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Fancy the Scone Cup winner to bounce off that in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Premier’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Staying with a former G1 winner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

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.

Brenton Avdulla queried on Canterbury ride

Sydney premiership-leading jockey Brenton Avdulla has been taken to task by Racing NSW stewards for his handling of King Hewitt at Canterbury.

Future miler Pedicel makes winning debut

James McDonald has warmed up for Group One assignments in Doomben with a midweek win for Lindsay Park on newcomer Pedicel at Canterbury.

Four-month ban hits jockey Chris Caserta

Caulfield-based apprentice Chris Caserta has been suspended from race riding for four months after returning a positive urine test.

Champagne Cuddles to tackle Group One Cup

Brilliant Sydney filly Champagne Cuddles has figured in a change of plans and will tackle the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup.

Browne to team up with Derby hope

Time Lord will have a change of rider in Saturday’s Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben with expatriate New Zealand jockey Damian Browne belatedly taking the rein

Ecuador seeks second McKell Cup success

Durable stayer Ecuador can create history by becoming the first multiple winner of the Listed McKell Cup at Randwick.

Jeff Lloyd closes in on century of winners

Jeff Lloyd has moved to within one win of reaching 100 winners for the season with a Gold Coast treble.

Frazer Hopes His Team Is In The Zone

Experienced Hawkesbury trainer Garry Frazer is hoping his home track meeting on Thursday will be the start of a big couple of days for the stable.

Top mare Bonneval returning to work

Reigning New Zealand Horse of the Year Bonneval’s return to her Cambridge base is imminent.

All Too Huiying on trial for Derby start

All Too Huiying is on trial for a trip to Brisbane and the Queensland Derby when the Gary Moore-trained colt has his second start since a let-up at Randwick.

Red Excitement bids for another stakes win

Stable favourite Red Excitement will bid for another stakes win in the Group Three Lord Mayor's Cup at Doomben for trainer Gerald Ryan.

Prince Of Caviar set to line-up at Sandown

Prince Of Caviar, the second foal of unbeaten mare Black Caviar, has drawn barrier five in a 13-horse field for his debut run at Sandown.

Injured jockey Wiggins hopes to be cleared

Jockey Ryan Wiggins is confident he will be cleared to ride at Ipswich after being injured at the Sunshine Coast trials.

Beidi off and running in Canterbury win

Promising colt Beidi has made a successful start to his racing career for Ingham Racing with a strong win at Canterbury.

Dwyer jumper out to dominate at Sandown

The Dominator will attempt to claim the Australian Steeplechase at Sandown after winning on his steeplechasing debut at Warrnambool.

Lloyd boosts Tinkermosa in Queensland Oaks

Trainer John Sargent says his chances of winning a fourth Oaks in Australia have been boosted after Jeff Lloyd accepted the ride on Tinkermosa.

2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Only 11 will run in the 2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben on Saturday with the surprise being Champagne Cuddles entered.

2018 Queensland Oaks: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Again Chris Waller dominates a Brisbane G1 with five in the 2018 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Fred Best Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Paul Perry has his two top 3yos entered in the 2018 Fred Best Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sires Produce: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There is a State Of Origin flavour to the 2018 BRC Sires Produce at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 fillies and mares take part in the 2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Grand Prix Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

This is a Sydney v Melbourne clash in the 2018 Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Premier’s Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A huge field of stayers line up in the 2018 Premier’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday should be run quickly with this many from the mile start.

Waller has five hopes for another Qld Oaks

Favourite Youngstar is one of five horses to represent Chris Waller in the Queensland Oaks as he chases a third win in the past four years.

Ben Currie to front stewards again

An inquiry into activities at Ben Currie's Toowoomba stables will be reconvened with the trainer directed to appear.

Cracksman primed for Coronation Cup

Trainer John Gosden believes Coronation Cup favourite Cracksman has finally matured as he heads to the Coronation Cup at Epsom.

Danish Twist seeks sales boost with win

Sales-bound mare Danish Twist has an opportunity to heighten her appeal with a long-awaited in in the Group Three Glenlogan Stakes at Doomben

English set for another Everest audition

English will attempt to follow her success in the Doomben 10,000 when she stakes another claim for an Everest slot in the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup.

Chris Caserta to front RV stewards hearing

A urine sample provided by apprentice Chris Caserta has tested positive to a banned substance under the rules of racing.

Gold Medals after dual Australian Steeples

Gold Medals will have to carry an extra five kilograms as he chases a second consecutive Australian Steeplechase at Sandown.

Brad Widdup weighs up next step for Lovani

Lovani has the McKell Cup at Randwick or a trip to Brisbane on her agenda as trainer Brad Widdup considers options for the mare.

Hill remains hospitalised following fall

Another lengthy stint on the sidelines awaits jockey Jack Hill following his latest fall at the Victorian country track of Wodonga.

Wee Gilly transferred to Archie Alexander

Stakes-placed New Zealand filly Wee Gilly has been bought by OTI and will do her future racing in Australia under Archie Alexander.

McDonald Booked For Unbeaten Youngster

James McDonald will take over as the rider of unbeaten youngster Graff when he makes his Brisbane carnival debut at Doomben on Saturday.

Vega Magic To Spell Before Bletchingly

Last year's Goodwood winner Vega Magic has been spelled by training operation Lindsay Park after finishing eighth in the 2018 edition of the race on Saturday.

Faraway Town Wins Barrier Trial

Triscay Stakes winner Faraway Town yesterday won a Warwick Farm barrier trial over 807 metres ahead of a possible Queensland winter carnival campaign.

Viddora Off To The Spelling Paddock

Group 1 winner Viddora will head to the paddock after disappointing trainer Lloyd Kennewell with her unplaced run in The Goodwood on Saturday.

Marabel to broaden horizons at Canterbury

Marabel will step up to 1900 metres at Canterbury with trainer Wendy Roche believing her future lies in longer races.

Aloisia fine for Oaks after stomach upset

Aloisia has overcome an upset stomach after a flight from Melbourne and is set to take her place in the Queensland Oaks.

Apprentice Aitken has a win at RAD Board

A careless riding suspension incurred by apprentice Mitch Aitken in the Casterton Cup has been overturned by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

2018 Tattersalls Gold Cup: Race History

Brilliant WFA types line this quality event and we can see more in the 2018 Tattersalls Gold Cup run at Curragh on Sunday.

2018 Irish 2000 Guineas: Race History

The first of the Irish classics of the season sees many elite 3yos in the race history of the 2018 Irish 2000 Guineas run at Curragh on Saturday.

2018 Irish 1000 Guineas: Race History

The girls gets their chance in the Irish classics when running in the 2018 Irish 1000 Guineas run at Curragh on Sunday.

2018 Prix d’Ispahan: Race History

Many champions line the page of the race history of the 2018 Prix d’Ispahan run at Longchamp on Sunday.

2018 Prix Saint-Alary: Race History

Lovely 3yo fillies often use the 2018 Prix Saint-Alary run at Longchamp on Sunday as the Prix de Diane lead up.

2018 Champions & Chater Cup: Race History

Some of the famous names of longer races in Hong Kong feature in the race history of the 2018 Champions & Chater Cup run at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Race History

The change in dates alters the Race History of the 2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Oaks: Race History

Some feature mares develop off their win in the 2018 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sires Produce: Race History

Many good 2yos form part of the Race History of the 2018 BRC Sires Produce at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Fred Best Classic: Race History

Lovely 3yos often win the 2018 Fred Best Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Grand Prix Stakes: Race History

Plenty of staying talent forms the Race History of the 2018 Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Race History

Some grand mares form the Race History of the 2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Race History

A few G1 winners line the Race History of the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Premier’s Cup: Race History

Occasionally a nice horse wins the 2018 Premier’s Cup run at Doomben on Saturday and goes onto bigger things.

Mark Currie outed for two years

Trainer Mark Currie has been disqualified for two years on race day treatment charges relating to horses trained by his son Ben Currie at Toowoomba.

Destiny's Kiss to stay the distance

Veteran Destiny's Kiss will line up for his 83rd start in the Listed W J McKell Cup at Randwick ahead of a trip to Brisbane.

Play That Song to continue on Oaks path

Trainer Mike Moroney admits to being confused by the recent performance of Play That Song but will press ahead with plans to run her in the Queensland Oaks.

Waller On Top In Race For Group One Crown

Darren Weir’s hopes of an unlikely win over Chris Waller in the race to be Australia’s leading Group One trainer this season could hinge on results at Doomben on Saturday.

Merchant Navy Ready To Run At The Curragh

Trainer Aidan O’Brien has selected the G2 Greenlands Stakes (1200m) at The Curragh for Merchant Navy’s northern hemisphere debut.

Stradbroke Next For Invincible Gem

Newcastle-trained mare Invincible Gem has been confirmed as a definite starter in the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on June 9.

Precision Timing Prepares Redkirk Warrior

Crack sprinter Redkirk Warrior’s preparation for his assault on Royal Ascot is being timed with military precision in the countdown to his departure for the UK.

Healy Stakes Plan For Anatola

Sydney trainer Mark Newnham plans to press on with Anatola’s Brisbane campaign despite the mare’s abject failure at Doomben on Saturday.

Thronum Retired But Others Press On

Group winning sprinter Thronum has been retired following his failure in the G1 Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

Plucky Girl chasing stakes win at Doomben

The consistent Plucky Girl is set to have her first start in black=type company at Doomben in the Glenlogan Park Stakes.

Racing identity Tom "Spider" Barker dies

Long-time foreman for trainer TJ Smith and companion and carer to Kingston Town, Tom Barker has died aged 82.

Prince Of Caviar among Sandown nominations

Hawkes Racing will make a decision closer to race day whether Prince Of Caviar makes his debut with the colt entered for races at Cranbourne and Sandown.

Zac Purton issues HK premiership challenge

Ex-pat Australian Zac Purton has cut back Joao Moreira's lead to four in the battle for the Hong Kong jockeys' championship.

Self Sense among Australian Hurdle entries

Exciting jumping prospect Self Sense is set for a step up in class in the Australian Hurdle at Sandown.

2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup: Nominations

A high quality line up is assured based on the nominations for the 2018 Kingsford-Smith Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Queensland Oaks: Nominations

Chris Waller holds many aces off the nominations for the 2018 Queensland Oaks at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sires Produce: Nominations

Some exciting juveniles line up in the nominations for the 2018 BRC Sires Produce at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Grand Prix Stakes: Nominations

Nominations for the 2018 Grand Prix Stakes at Doomben on Saturday are mostly around the interstaters.

2018 Fred Best Classic: Nominations

Plenty of sharp 3yos look lay Stradbroke cards on the table in the 2018 Fred Best Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes: Nominations

Several G1 winners are among the nominations for the 2018 Glenlogan Park Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup: Nominations

It’s looking an open race off the nominations for the 2018 Lord Mayor’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Premier’s Cup: Nominations

The mares will play a big role in the 2018 Premier’s Cup at Doomben on Saturday off the nominations.

Santa Ana Lane Set For The Stradbroke

Goodwood winner Santa Ana Lane is set to join stablemate Mr Sneaky in the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben on June 9.

The Autumn Sun Will Shine At Randwick

JJ Atkins favourite The Autumn Sun will race in Sydney next Saturday to avoid a clash with stablemate Zousain in the G2 BRC Sires Produce in Brisbane.

Siren's Fury to press on to Brisbane

Trainer Jason Coyle will send Dark Jewel Classic winner Siren's Fury to Brisbane with stablemate White Moss for a two-pronged attack on the Tatt's Tiara.

McDonald to ride in Group One race

Comeback jockey James McDonald will ride Care To Think in the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup at Doomben.

Chris Waller to have strong Qld Oaks hand

Trainer Chris Waller has eight first acceptors for the Group One Queensland Oaks as he attempts another win in the Classic.

Jordan Childs suspended for alcohol breach

Jockey Jordan Childs, winner of the Blue Diamond Stakes, has been outed for one month for failing a breath test.

Australian Hurdle next target for Two Hats

After winning the Galleywood Hurdle on his home track at Warrnambool, Two Hats is off to Sandown for a shot at the Australian Hurdle.

Melbourne Cup Watch On UK Stayer

Early Melbourne Cup plans have been laid for classy UK stayer Magic Circle.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on May 19.

Options On Table For New Elwick Track

The Tasmanian racing industry has been presented with two options for the replacement and redevelopment of the much criticised Elwick course proper in Hobart scheduled to start next year.

Sean Cormack to visit doctor

Jockey Sean Cormack will return to a doctor to find out the full extent of a knee injury which has sidelined him from Queensland racing.

Moreton Cup to be run under lights

The Moreton Cup at the Sunshine Coast will be the first Group Two race run under lights in Queensland.

Ben Currie stablehand given 18-month ban

A stablehand employed by Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie has been disqualified for 18 months on a raceday treatment charge.

Santa Ana Lane claims Group One Goodwood

Santa Ana Lane has won the Group One Goodwood, Adelaide's premier race for sprinters, providing Anthony Freedman his fifth major success for the season.

Comin' Through wins the Gr 1 Doomben Cup

Comin' Through has beaten his Chris Waller-trained stablemate Egg Tart to win the Group One Doomben Cup.

McGillivray suspended for Doomben Cup ride

Jockey Matt McGillivray has been suspended for his Doomben Cup ride on Abbey Marie.

Sin To Win outstays Andrew Ramsden rivals

Sin To Win has stayed on best over the Melbourne Cup course, scoring in the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington.

All-the-way win to I'm A Rippa in Sprint

Leading jockey Jeff Lloyd has clinched a hat-trick of wins at Doomben after I'm A Rippa led all the way to win the Group Three BRC Sprint.

The Getaway eyes off McKell Cup back-up

The Getaway has got home at long odds at Rosehill to potentially back-up in the Listed McKell Cup at Randwick for Newcastle trainer Paul Perry.

Boom Time streets rivals in Flemington win

Boom Time will enjoy a brief winter break before embarking on a campaign aimed at winning a second successive Caulfield Cup.

Gracida in thrilling Chief de Beers win

Gracida has scored a brave and thrilling win in the Listed Chief De Beers Handicap at Doomben.

So Si Bon claims another Flemington victim

For the third time in his career, So Si Bon has taken a bite at a rival runner to incur an indefinite Racing Victoria stewards ban.

Perseverance rewarded for Secret Trails

It was mission accomplished for Secret Trail after she claimed an overdue black-type win in the Bright Shadow Quality at Doomben.

Winter Bride a showstopper in Doomben win

Winter Bride has passed the first of several potential winter carnival tests and is now chasing a black-type win.

Eawase defies pattern for stakes success

Well-bred Sydney filly Eawase has defied the race pattern of the day to come from back in the field to win the Listed Bill Carter Stakes.

Convincing victory for firing Missile Coda

Missile Coda has put her barrier issues behind her and earned a search for black-type in Queensland, thanks to an impressive win at Rosehill.

Fitting win for I Am Serious at Rosehill

I Am Serious has given newly inducted Australian Racing Hall of Fame member Chris Waller victory in the race at Rosehill named in his honour.

2018 The Goodwood: Santa Ana Lane gets all the gifts

In a barnstorming finish, Santa Ana Lane gave Anthony Freedman another G1 in Adelaide with the 2018 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

King Darci rules tight finish at Rosehill

King Darci prefers the sting out of the ground but the gelding has still recorded half of his six career wins on good tracks after a narrow victory at Rosehill.

First Among Equals scores at Flemington

First Among Equals is the latest former West Australian galloper to benefit from the Warrnambool training base of Darren Weir.

2018 Doomben Cup: Comin’ Through comin’ good

After a tough but so close Autumn, Comin’ Through gave Chris Waller the quinella in the 2018 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

Blinkered Albumin in overdue Rosehill win

A set of blinkers has helped Albumin to an overdue win at Rosehill, bringing a plunge on one of his rivals unstuck.

2018 RA Lee Stakes: Land Of Plenty gave plenty

Giving Damian Lane four on the day, Land Of Plenty surged up the centre to take out the 2018 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sprint: I’m A Rippa was a ripper

Leading all the way. I’m A Rippa gave Jeff Lloyd three wins on the day in the 2018 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

Dia De Reyes gives Dunn another Highway

Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn has sent Dia De Reyes to Sydney for a well-deserved win in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill.

Epidemic extends unbeaten run at Rosehill

Godolphin filly Epidemic has recorded back-to-back wins at Rosehill since returning from a spell to indicate another black-type assignment looms.

Two in a row for Vassilator at Flemington

Vassilator has added the George Watson Hall Of Fame Trophy to his record to remain unbeaten in two Flemington outings.

Lisdoonvarna bounces back in Rosehill win

Lisdoonvarna has confirmed a trip to Brisbane for stakes races with a solid victory at Rosehill.

Buffering's brother lands Doomben victory

No Annamossity has raced up to his bloodlines with a tenacious win at Doomben.

Redkirk Warrior in good form at Flemington

Lindsay Park has taken Redkirk Warrior to Flemington to give the sprinter some race day atmosphere before he leaves for Royal Ascot.

Ronstar boosts morale at Rosehill on debut

The Gary Portelli-trained Ronstar has made an impressive start to his racing career at Rosehill with a victory to boost the gelding's owner-breeders.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews today's Rosehill meeting with selections for all races.

Miss Iano to chase wet tracks in Brisbane

Victorian trainer Mark Webb is hoping rain returns to Brisbane so his mare Miss Iano can chase some stakes races.

Doomben Cup and Goodwood Previews with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Doomben Cup and Goodwood meetings in Brisbane and Adelaide on May 19.

US Opens The Doors To Sports Betting

The US Supreme Court has opened the doors to nationwide sports betting after ruling in favour of New Jersey’s law permitting wagering on sports.

Satono Rasen primed to star for Waller

Satono Rasen is poised to secure his first win since joining Chris Waller's stable from Japan when he lines up in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Clark Looking Good For Another Adelaide Major

Sydney jockey Tim Clark will return to Morphettville looking to add the Goodwood on Thronum to his Group One sprint win aboard Shoals in Adelaide.

Track no problem for Waller runner

The Chris Waller-trained Life Less Ordinary should have no problems adapting to the Doomben track in what will be his 19th start at different venues.

Birchley, Vasil Can Train On Stay Of Proceedings

Trainers Liam Birchley and Tony Vasil have been granted stays of their respective one and three-year disqualifications in the Aquanita case while they appeal.

River Bird aiming at Queensland return

Trainer Jason Coyle is hoping River Bird can warrant a Queensland winter carnival campaign by producing a strong performance at Rosehill.

Double delight assured for Richard Litt

Warwick Farm trainer Richard Litt is rapt to have two runners at Rosehill, the scene of his first Saturday-class win with Sedition.

Privlaka to show pace again

Privlaka will again have to be ridden for pace in the Group Three BRC Sprint at Doomben as he chases a Stradbroke Handicap berth..

Laing duo to stick out Andrew Ramsden trip

Darabad and Cuban Fighter form a two-pronged attack from trainer Robbie Laing on the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington.

Straight improvement from Lindsay Park duo

Keen Array and Derryn tackle The Straight Six at Flemington with Lindsay Park expecting improvement from the pair.

Second chance for Notonyourlife

Well-bred mare Notonyourlife has returned to racing after it was discovered she wasn't carrying a foal as originally thought.

Matt Dunn's barrier luck changes

Trainer Matt Dunn's luck with barriers has finally changed with several of his horses drawing well in stakes races at Doomben.

Damien Oliver rides Vega Magic in the Goodwood

Hall of Famer Damien Oliver has the mount on Vega Magic with top weight in the G1 Goodwood at Morphettville.

Sam Freedman discusses the stable runners this weekend

Anthony Freedman has had a nice run of late with G1 success and looks to continue this Saturday with hopes in Adelaide and Brisbane.

Bjorn Baker has Test The World in the BRC Sprint

Looking to take on better races in time, Test The World will be tough to beat for Bjorn Baker in the BRC Sprint.

Mark Newnham talks about the flying Anatola

Coming off some fast times in her wins, Anatola chases more black type success for Mark Newnham at Doomben on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Back to off-season racing with the Rosehill nine race card on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

The Winter Championship Series are in full swing now at Flemington plus the Andrew Ramsden at two miles.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Doomben Cup day will be run on a good track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

The Goodwood is run for $1m on a big day at Morphettville.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

The Roma Cup at G3 level is the highlight on the Ascot card.

2018 Roma Cup: Tips and Race Preview

The classiest runner leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday.

2018 Roma Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2018 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday should be an exciting race.

NZ mare in first run for Lindsay Park

New Zealand Group One-winning mare La Bella Diosa will make her debut for Lindsay Park in a 1400m-race at Flemington.

Our Belisa resumes search for black-type

Randwick trainer John Thompson is looking forward to the return of Our Belisa at Rosehill for her first start this year.

Japanese influence in Doomben Cup

Japan's growing influence on Australian racing will again be shown if it can provide the quinella in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

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

NZ training record for Baker-Forsman duo

Training partners Murray Baker and Andrew Forsman have set a New Zealand training record with their 115th win.

Magstock to improve on first-up record

Former Singapore horse Magstock is big odds in the Group Three BRC Sprint but has an excellent placing strike-rate when first-up.

Champ Elect ready to boost Munce's winter

The Chris Munce-trained former top two-year-old Champ Elect has returned from a good spell to be ready to take a major hand in the Brisbane carnival.

Damien Oliver chasing some Goodwood Magic

Champion jockey Damien Oliver says sprinter Vega Magic is spot-on ahead of his defence of the Goodwood at Morphettville.

Jemily To Prove A Popular Girl At Port Macquarie

With the benefit of home track advantage, Jemily looks set to continue her great run of success in the feature event on Master Builders Association Oxley Raceday at Port Macquarie this Friday.

Small Stable Set To Strike Again At Quirindi

Mark and Zach Hatch make a pretty good team and could add to their growing victories at Quirindi on Friday.

Bartley's Rivals Face Defeat At Port Macquarie (Fri)

Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley’s stable has been absolutely flying in recent weeks and he believes first-starter Defeat can maintain that success rate if he gets the go ahead to run at Port Macquarie on Friday.

Barrier draws not that kind for Quality

Trainer Robbie Griffiths has elected to keep Divine Quality at home and run at Flemington after she drew barrier 16 at Morphettville.

Noire poised for comeback at Rosehill

The promising Chris Waller-trained mare Noire will resume at Rosehill as she builds into a campaign targeting the Group One Tatt's Tiara in Brisbane.

Moher chases consolation win for Godolphin

Moher has the chance to give Godolphin a consolation win in the BRC Sprint after the scratching of It's Somewhat from the Doomben Cup.

2018 Doomben Cup: Tips and Race Preview

Giving a mare the win in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sprint: Tips and Race Preview

A good barrier holds the key to the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

Roller coaster continues for McGillivray

Jockey Matt McGillivray's roller coaster season will continue when he has his first Group One ride on Abbey Marie in the Doomben Cup.

Lindsay Park doubles up in Andrew Ramsden

Sin To Win and Charlevoix will be out to add the Listed Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington to Lindsay Park's record.

Savanna Amour overcomes minor problems

Quality mare Savanna Amour has overcome some minor problems to be ready for the first of three winter carnival runs at Doomben.

Ben Currie reaches 500 career winners

Trainer Ben Currie has now recorded 500 career wins and hopes to make it 12 in stakes races in the Group Three BRC Sprint at Doomben.

2018 The Goodwood: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the defending champ in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 RA Lee Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking the local form over the invaders in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Fillies Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Sticking with the favourites in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Proud Miss Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Liking the Melbourne girls in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 National Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday stick with the picket fence form.

Joe Pride discusses Terravista’s retirement

After calling an end to the big chestnut’s career, Joe Pride reflects on Terravista’s G1 career.

Richard Freedman talks his stable trot

With some nice horses and a top strike rate, Richard Freedman is having a good trot.

Chris Meagher has Savanna Amour at Doomben

Coming off a good spell, multiple group winner Savanna Amour runs in the Chief de Beers at Doomben.

Tash Burleigh trains Bocelli for Rosehill

After having two wins already, Bocelli will run in the Highway at Rosehill for Tash Burleigh.

Harry Angel may be an Everest contender

Godolphin’s Harry Angel could head to Sydney for the Everest after winning the Duke Of York Clipper Logistics Stakes at York.

Volpe Veloce runs next week in the Kingsford-Smith Cup

Down to run in the G1 Kingsford-Smith Cup, NZ Railway Stakes winner Volpe Veloce is already in Australia.

Justify heads to the Preakness

Mike Joyce from TVG talks about Justify in leg two of the Triple Crown with the Preakness run on Sunday.

Harry Angel wins Duke of York Stakes

Star sprinter Harry Angel has made a successful start to his campaign with an authoritative display in the Duke of York Stakes.

Justify draws barrier seven for Preakness

Justify has drawn barrier seven of eight as he bids to add the Preakness Stakes to his Kentucky Derby win.

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Do all your Weekend Metro Meetings form early

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

2018 SA Fillies Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The horse in best form has outside draw in the 2018 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 National Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Eleven babies will go around in the 2018 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 RA Lee Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A highly competitive 2018 RA Lee Stakes will be run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Proud Miss Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Plenty of these fillies and mares have chances in the 2018 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Big Orange sidelined with injury

Ascot Gold Cup winner Big Orange will not defend his title after being sidelined because of injury, trainer Michael Bell has announced.

Oregon's Day faces Doomben Cup challenge

Oregon's Day is set to defy the trend of mares struggling in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Chautauqua in training for spring return

Chautauqua has commenced work again after having a barrier ban placed on him that put an end to his autumn campaign.

James McDonald back in winning groove

James McDonald has returned from a disqualification with a double at Warwick Farm.

Waller six to chase Group One Doomben Cup

Chris Waller has trained the first six horses across the line in a stakes race and has another chance to do it in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Swacadelic lines up for fifth try at 3200m

Trainer Aaron Purcell is hoping Swacadelic gets his opportunity to win at 3200m for the first time when he runs in the Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington.

Newnham expects boost from Star Sensation

Mark Newnham is confident Star Sensation is on the rise after a slow start undermined her comeback to racing at Rosehill.

Ever So Natural has a tough act to follow

Tracey Bartley will attempt to keep his successful season on an upward spiral when Ever So Natural runs at Rosehill.

Weir import measures up to city standard

Fifty Stars has completed a winning hat-trick from his only three starts with an impressive victory over 1400m at Sandown.

Almighty Crown bound for Queensland Derby

Almighty Crown has a Brisbane Group One on the radar after an impressive staying success at Warwick Farm for Sydney's premier trainer Chris Waller.

Queensland Derby hopes on show at Coast

The Sunshine Coast midweek meeting has produced two promising three-year-old stayers headed to the Queensland Derby.

Riviera Sandown win all for Hawkes family

Wayne Hawkes says his mother Jenny will be over the moon with the debut win of Riviera at Sandown.

Prominent racing identity Don Storey dies

Prominent Sydney racing owner, breeder and administrator Don Storey has died aged 86.

McDonald makes winning return to racing

Former Sydney premiership-winning jockey James McDonald has returned from an 18-month disqualification in style with a victory at Warwick Farm.

2018 BRC Sprint: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are runners from everywhere taking part in the 2018 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Doomben Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

In a field of 13 in the 2018 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday, Chris Waller has almost half the field.

2018 The Goodwood: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Many of the favourites have drawn wide in the 2018 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

Waller runners dominate Doomben Cup field

Six of the 13 acceptors for the Group One Doomben Cup will be saddled by premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller.

Waller inducted into Racing Hall of Fame

Champion Sydney racehorse trainer Chris Waller will be among this year's inductees into the Australian Racing Hall of Fame.

Another Currie stable employee suspended

One of Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie's stablehands has been suspended for three months for giving false evidence to stewards.

Widdup navigates next stage for Chauffeur

Chauffeur is poised for his first start for Brad Widdup at Rosehill, where his racing future will be determined.

Rich Charm spot on for Flemington assault

Trainer Udyta Clarke admits her nerves are starting to build ahead of Rich Charm contesting the Listed The Straight Six at Flemington.

Step up in trip looms for in-form Anatola

Sydney mare Anatola will take another step towards a Group One target when she contests the Bright Shadow Quality at Doomben.

Wide draw for favourite in G1 Goodwood

Favourite Vega Magic has drawn barrier 14 in a capacity field of 20 as he attempts back-to-back victories in the Goodwood at Morphettville.

James McDonald primed for racing comeback

James McDonald will return to the Sydney jockeys' ranks at Warwick Farm with six rides at the midweek meeting.

SA trainer Doudle chasing Melbourne first

South Australian Travis Doudle has only had a handful of starters in Victoria and is looking to Miss Identified to break through for him at Sandown.

Toowoomba jockeys hurt in fall

Jockeys Baylee Nothdurft and Todd Banks have been injured in a trackwork fall at the Toowoomba racecourse.

Stradbroke Still On For In Her Time

Newcastle-based trainer Ben Smith is still planning to run In Her Time in the Stradbroke Handicap next month despite the mare’s disappointing run in the Doomben 10,000 at the weekend.

Queensland Derby Hopes Rest With Johnny Vinko

Co-trainer Trent Busuttin is hoping Johnny Vinko can put himself in the Queensland Derby picture when he races at Sandown Hillside tomorrow.

2018 Roma Cup: Nominations

Nominations for the 2018 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday are small in number but some has some interesting G1 horses.

2018 Australian Racing Hall Of Fame Inductees Announced

The elevation of Colin Hayes AM OBE to Legend status and the induction of Chris Waller, Malcolm Johnston, John Size and W.A. Smith to the Hall of Fame are highlights of the 2018 Hall of Fame induction ceremony.

2018 Lockinge Stakes: Race History

The first of the open age G1s of the English season has seen some greats in the Race History of the 2018 Lockinge Stakes at Newbury on Saturday.

2018 Doomben Cup: Race History

Some of the greats adorn the Race History of the 2018 Doomben Cup at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sprint: Race History

Carnival campaigners often take out races like the 2018 BRC Sprint run at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 The Goodwood: Race History

Famous names in Australian sprinting form the Race History of the 2018 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Fillies Classic: Race History

In the old days the Race History of the 2018 SA Fillies Classic run at Morphettville on Saturday through up some good fillies.

2018 RA Lee Stakes: Race History

Many a tough miler is part of the Race History of the 2018 RA Lee Stakes run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Proud Miss Stakes: Race History

Some talented girls form the Race History of the 2018 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 National Stakes: Race History

Some good juveniles line the Race History of the 2018 National Stakes run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Roma Cup: Race History

Plenty of G1 talented horses line the Race History of the 2018 Roma Cup at Ascot on Saturday.

Harry Angel set for return at York

Star sprinter Harry Angel will face six rivals on his seasonal reappearance in the Duke of York Stakes.

Magic Alibi for Rosehill not Doomben

Trainer Gerald Ryan will keep Magic Alibi home to run at Rosehill before she heads to Queensland for a stakes race.

Self Sense right for Andrew Ramsden Stakes

Self Sense will use the 3200m-Andrew Ramsden Stakes at Flemington to keep his fitness levels in check for the Australian Hurdle at Sandown.

Brother of Cup winner wins at Hamilton

Heir To The Throne, the younger brother of Melbourne Cup winner Prince Of Penzance, has broken through for his first win in a maiden race at Hamilton.

International race for Volkstok'n'barrell

Having been transferred from his home in New Zealand to Singapore, Volkstok'n'barrell is set to run in the Kranji Mile.

Man Of His Word to end Qld hoodoo

The withdrawal of Gailo Chop will help Queensland's chances of ending a 35-year drought in the Group One Doomben Cup.

Vic Govt sets 8% point of consumption tax

Wagering service providers will be slugged an 8 per cent point of consumption tax on net revenue derived from bets taken from their Victorian based customers.

McDonald Back With Four Rides For Chris Waller

Former premier jockey James McDonald says lack of “match practice” is the only concern he has ahead of his return to competition at Warwick Farm on Wednesday after serving an 18 months disqualification.

Red Excitement Off To Brisbane

A strong first-up showing at the Scone carnival has earned the consistent gelding Red Excitement a trip to Brisbane.

Runaway Rushes Back To Flemington

SA Derby placegetter Runaway will return to Melbourne for a quick back up at Flemington on Saturday.

Morton Lowers His Sights

Perth trainer Daniel Morton has decided to drop his sights and run his mare Dainty Tess in the G3 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Guys chase Oaks place for Protest

The Bryan and Daniel Guy training partnership is hoping Protest can earn enough prize money at Caloundra to get into the Group One Oaks field.

Victorian Racing Industry Statement On Consumption Tax

The Victorian Racing Industry note the announcement by the Victorian Government about a Point of Consumption Tax on wagering starting on January 1, 2019.

VRC strikes new broadcast carnival deal

A new deal will allow the UK's Sky Sports Racing to broadcast the Melbourne Cup carnival into 14 million homes in the Britain and Ireland.

2018 Doomben Cup: Nominations

Will be a competitive WFA line up off the Nominations for the 2018 Doomben Cup run at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 BRC Sprint: Nominations

A lead in to the Stradbroke sees a full field likely off the nominations for the 2018 BRC Sprint at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 The Goodwood: Nominations

A top field of sprinters are nominated for the 2018 The Goodwood at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Fillies Classic: Nominations

The fillies get to stay properly in the 2018 SA Fillies Classic at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 RA Lee Stakes: Nominations

A big name winner heads the nominations for the 2018 RA Lee Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Proud Miss Stakes: Nominations

Good group of fillies and mares are entered for the 2018 Proud Miss Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 National Stakes: Nominations

Another strong field of babies form the nominations for the 2018 National Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

VRC & Sky Racing Enter UK Partnership

The VRC has signed a long-term deal with Sky Sports Racing which will see it broadcast the Melbourne Cup Carnival exclusively in the UK and Ireland.

Albury Cup Winning Jockey Eyes More Success At Border Track

Albury Cup winning jockey Nikita Beriman’s decision to stick with last start winner What A Hoot is a strong push towards the gelding’s prospects at Albury on today.

Crockett To Send His Followers Home With The Loot

Officials at Mudgee Race Club will need to start stocking up on supplies – and cash – for next Saturday’s Gooree Cup race meeting.

John Bary considering Miss Wilson options

New Zealand trainer John Bary is weighing up lead-up options for Miss Wilson ahead of her tilt at the Tatt's Tiara in Brisbane.

Ruby Walsh eyeing return in France

Ruby Walsh is hoping to be given the green light to return to the saddle for the the top-class meeting at Auteuil.

Doomben Cup Swansong For Abbey Marie

Victorian mare Abbey Marie may be racing for the last time in next Saturday’s Doomben Cup.

Terravista retired from racing

Dual G1-winning sprinter Terravista has been retired with earnings of more than $2.6 million.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on May 12.

Super Cash chases better luck in Goodwood

A luckless run in the Sangster Stakes is being overlooked by trainer Andrew Noblet as Super Cash presses on for a start in the Goodwood at Morphettville.

Price after G1s in Adelaide and Brisbane

Caulfield trainer Mick Price will have Group One runners in Adelaide and Brisbane in the upcoming features.

Gai Waterhouse on a Brisbane roll

Gai Waterhouse is closer to joining her father Tommy Smith in training the winners of all Brisbane's Group One races with English's Doomben 10,000 victory.

Trial of changes to Qld apprentices

Racing Queensland is keen to change rules governing apprentices to give them a better career path.

Richards to take over Te Akau training

Jamie Richards is to take over training duties at New Zealand's Te Akau Racing with Stephen Autridge deciding on a quieter lifestyle.

Kemp hopes he has used up his bad luck

Trainer Kevin Kemp is confident his run of bad luck is over as he plans a stakes campaign for top filly Plumaro.

Jason Collett rides in Singapore after ban

Jason Collett will return from a careless riding suspension in time for his first visit to Singapore as he chases a maiden Group One win in the Kranji Mile.

English claims Group One Doomben 10,000

English has won the Doomben 10,000, beating Impending and Le Romain in the $700,000 Group One sprint.

Youngstar enters Queensland Oaks picture

Champion trainer Chris Waller and jockey Kerrin McEvoy are eyeing off another Queensland Oaks win after Youngstar stormed to victory in The Roses at Doomben.

Leicester wins G1 South Australian Derby

Leicester has taken out the Group One South Australian Derby, giving trainer Darren Weir his third successive win in the Classic.

Dark Dream dominates in Rough Habit Plate

Dark Dream completed a memorable day for jockey Tim Clark when they combined to score a dominant victory in the Group Three Rough Habit Plate.

Siren's Fury in Dark Jewel Classic upset

Trainer Jason Coyle will map out the next stage of Siren's Fury's campaign after the mare's upset win in the Group Three Dark Jewel at Scone.

Bartley's triple treat at Scone carnival

Tracey Bartley has landed an important Scone Cup carnival treble, including In Good Time in the Denise's Joy Stakes and To Excess in the Ortensia Stakes.

NSW trainer Perry in rare Brisbane victory

Newcastle trainer Paul Perry has made a rare trip to Brisbane to oversee Perast's win in the Listed Queensland Day Handicap.

Mistaken identity costs Wendy Kelly $1000

The similarity between stablemates Gibbon and Fast Cash has resulted in the wrong horse being brought to Caulfield to race.

Lucky Caulfield win following flight delay

Lucky For All has scored a consolation win at Caulfield after missing a start in the Rough Habit Plate at Doomben.

2018 South Australian Derby: Leicester no jester

Darren Weir won three in a row as Leicester took out the 2018 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

Riordan in right form for Caulfield switch

Apprentice Liam Riordon is looking forward to seeing more of Caulfield after guiding Exceltara to victory in The Sheen Panel Service Handicap.

2018 Doomben 10,000: Pip pip and cheerio to English

Grand mare English used the inside gate and drove underneath them to win the 2018 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

Scone Guineas glory for in-form Moss Trip

Moss Trip has come from near last to score an emphatic win in the $400,000 Scone Guineas to cement plans to take her to stakes races over the Brisbane carnival.

Zousain explosive in Champagne Classic win

Zoustain has rocketed into contention for the Group One JJ Atkins with a runaway win in the Group Two Champagne Classic at Doomben.

Laming and Callow fined over altercation

Trainer Richard Laming and jockey Noel Callow have been fined following an incident in the car park at recent set of Cranbourne barrier trials.

Pretty In Pink lands Scone Listed race win

Pretty In Pink will go for a spell undefeated as a two-year-old after adding the Woodlands Stakes at Scone to her maiden win at Gosford.

Anton En Avant shocks Group Three field

Gold Coast gelding Anton En Avant left punters reeling when he won the Group Three Chairman's Handicap at $151.

Kiwi trainer Pike fined over scratchings

Tony Pike has been fined $500 after two of his horses were late scratchings at Doomben.

Tony Gollan's luck holds in close finish

Trainer Tony Gollan escaped being injured when a horse lashed out in the saddling enclosure and his luck held when Sheiswhatsheis won narrowly.

Rock Hard extends win streak at Caulfield

Following victories at Seymour and Bendigo, Rock Hard has extended his winning streak on his home track at Caulfield.

Today's Scone Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the second day of the Scone Cup carnival on May 12 with selections for all races.

Havasay comes from last to win at Doomben

Havasay has come from last to win at Doomben in his first start for Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds.

Doomben Ten Thousand Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Doomben Ten Thousand meeting with selections for all races

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Caulfield

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

Alex Steedman offers his Scone Specials

Alex Steedman from Racing and Sports provides RadioTab his thoughts on Scone for today.

Waterhouse wins first Scone Cup

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Sedanzer has bounced back from a disappointing performance at Hawkesbury to win the Scone Cup.

Schofield rapt to reunite with Le Romain

Glyn Schofield returns from suspension and injury to partner Le Romain in the Doomben 10,000 with trainer Kris Lees opting for the Group One race over Scone.

Third attempt for Main Stage in SA Derby

After fifth placings in the Victoria and Australian Derbies, connections of Main Stage are hoping the gelding can finish closer in the South Australian version.

Positive approach on agenda for Frolic

Jockey Jason Collett will employ a more positive approach on Frolic at Scone as the filly's barren run as a back marker coincides with a dry autumn.

Moss Trip poised for Brisbane trip

Moss Trip has an opportunity to embellish her black-type record in Brisbane if she can impress trainers Peter and Paul Snowden in the Inglis Guineas at Scone.

Cradle Mountain climbs one step at a time

Promising gelding Cradle Mountain continues his measured progression through the grades with his first start in Saturday grade at the Scone Carnival.

Currie stablehand disqualified

Queensland stewards have disqualified a stablehand from Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie's stable but adjourned two other cases involving his employees.

Cummings confident of Impending win

The return to fine weather in Brisbane has James Cummings confident Impending will be hard to beat in the Doomben 10,000 on Saturday.

Shoals to miss the Goodwood

Star filly Shoals will not run in the Goodwood in Adelaide and will be spelled ahead of a campaign aimed at The Everest.

Sizzling Ace to step up at stakes level

Trainer Toby Edmonds is hoping filly Sizzling Ace to start to build up her prize money at Doomben with future Group One races in mind.

Sons Of John makes long-awaited return

Sons Of John, a focal point of Jason Attard's Hawkesbury stable, will make his return from a long injury break in the Listed Luskin Star Stakes in Scone.

Gailo Chop suffers tendon injury

Triple Group One winner Gailo Chop has damaged a tendon and his racing future is in doubt.

Sprint to suit Wassergeist at Caulfield

After trying Wassergeist at varying distances in his first campaign, trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young think sprinting is his forte.

2018 Scone Cup: Sedanzer wide the trip to win

Sitting three out the whole way, Sedanzer took out the 2018 Scone Cup at Scone on Friday.

Back-up plan for Qld Derby hope Mahamedeis

Mahamedeis will have another run at Caulfield with the intentions to then head to Brisbane for the Grand Prix Stakes and Queensland Derby.

Redzel after record in Doomben10,000

Top sprinter Redzel will help create several records if he can win the Doomben 10,000 for a second time.

Snowden Hoping Guineas Is Another High Point On Filly's Trip

Champion trainer Peter Snowden doesn’t hand out unnecessary praise so his views on the rise of talented filly Moss Trip are worth taking note of.

Pride's Preparing To Terra-rise Scone

The last time Terravista contested a Listed race his trainer Joe Pride was confident he’d found the perfect race to notch up another win.

Adrian Bott looks at a big weekend for the stable

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott team have good chances across many features races this weekend.

Blake Shinn has important mounts both days at Scone

On Scone Cup weekend, Blake Shinn has big rides over the two days.

Bjorn Baker decides on the Scone Cup for Lubiton

With a chance to run on both days, Bjorn Baker has put Lubiton into the Scone Cup on Friday.

David Pfieffer has Pelethronius at Scone

Coming off consistent efforts, Pelethronius now draws barrier one in the Scone Cup for David Pfieffer.

Winx rated World’s best according to Longines rankings

Based on the Longines World’s Best Racehorse Rankings, Winx was given the honour at number 1.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Scone

We see Scone’s yearly stand alone card featuring plenty of black type races.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Caulfield

The highlight race on the Caulfield card is a Qld Derby lead up over 2000m.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

While the distance is shorter, the Doomben 10,000 is one of Brisbane’s famous races and it is run on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

It is South Australian Derby day in Adelaide.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

Back to later Autumn racing in Perth with this 8 race card.

Gailo Chop injured and out of Doomben Cup

Multiple G1 winner Gailo Chop has injured his tendon and is out of next week’s Doomben Cup.

Belle Ready To Sizzle at Doomben

Canberra filly Sizzling Belle is in “terrific order” heading into tomorrow’s Moet & Chandon Champagne Classic at Doomben.

Winx on top of the world

Winx now sits alone at the top of the world rankings with her Queen Elizabeth Stakes win raising her rating to 130.

Disqualifications send strong message: RV

Racing Victoria chief executive Giles Thompson is looking forward to reading the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board's decisions on the Aquanita penalties.

Tactics to play part in Roses battle

Tactics are expected to play a major part in the Group Two The Roses at Doomben after well fancied Another Dollar and Torvill drew wide barriers.

QRIC to enforce Liam Birchley penalty

Queensland officials will enforce the one-year disqualification of former Aquanita trainer Liam Birchley meaning he can no longer train in the state.

Dissolution stakes claim for Brisbane trip

Promising Brad Widdup-trained gelding Dissolution can earn a trip to Brisbane if he can rebound at Scone from an unplaced outing in the Frank Packer Plate.

Aquanita - Aust racing's biggest scandal

A Victorian racing tribunal has found all eight people charged in the high-profile Aquanita race day treatments inquiry guilty.

Avdulla eyes double on morale boosters

Brenton Avdulla is upbeat about the prospect of more success on Kingsguard and Glenall at Scone after the Hawkes Racing-trained duo's wins at Hawkesbury.

ATC begins search for Everest runner

The Australian Turf Club has begun its search for the horse to represent the club in the $13 million Everest.

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Goathland to give Waugh another stakes win

Former English galloper Goathland is set to enhance Lloyd Williams' reputation for handing on quality stayers when he runs at Doomben.

Smoother travel the key for Vainstream

Country trainer John Pascoe is hoping Vainstream has a better trip to Caulfield ahead of his second start at the city track.

Craig Martin Chasing Scone And Tamworth Wins

Craig Martin is hoping to snare two good races with 'fresh' horses at Scone and Tamworth over the next week or so.

Osborne's Star On The Rise At Scone

He’s been the punter’s pal more than once but trainer James Cummings is giving Osborne Bulls his chance to lift his profile at Godolphin with a stakes win at Scone on Saturday.

Gladstone Racetrack’s Lone Survivor

Gladstone Racecourse Was Hailed As The “Best In Northern Nsw” With Punters And Spectators Travelling Down The River By Boat.

Ghisoni sharpened for Dark Jewel Classic

Godolphin trainer James Cummings had added blinkers to Ghisoni for the first time to improve the mare's chances in the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone.

Magic Wand wins Cheshire Oaks for O'Brien

Magic Wand has led all the way to give trainer Aidan O'Brien and jockey Ryan Moore victory in the Cheshire Oaks.

Mark Newnham has Burning Passion in the 10,000

Coming off a great run of stable form, Mark Newnham will run Burning Passion in the G1 Doomben 10,000.

Kim Waugh has Brisbane carnival chances

With horses heading north, Kim Waugh has nice hopes heading into the Queensland carnival.

Hawkesbury Preview

Racing in NSW today is at Hawkesbury on a Good 4 surface.

Bob Baffert talks about the Kentucky Derby win

Bob Baffert won his fifth Kentucky Derby on the weekend with Justify.

James McDonald returns to race riding

After his time away from the sport, James McDonald will be back to riding in races next week.

Roger James takes High Sherrif to the SA Derby

The kiwis often win Derbies and Roger James has High Sherrif at Morphettville.

Time for Ben Smith-trained mare in 10,000

A better barrier draw for In Her Time in the Doomben 10,000 has trainer Ben Smith hoping his luck in Brisbane will change.

Kerry Jordan is Brett Cavanough’s new Racing Manager

Kerry Jordan is now providing great assistance to Brett Cavanough in his new role.

Oneness to prove Eggleston a good judge

Oneness is expected to prove his trainer Mel Eggleston a good judge by running well in the Listed Queensland Day Handicap at Doomben.

Lengthy disqualifications to Aquanita 8

The eight people charged in the Aquanita case have been disqualified for varying lengths of time by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

2018 Doomben 10,000: Tips and Race Preview

Sticking with the defending champ in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Doomben Roses: Tips and Race Preview

Giving the lead up winner the focus in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Doomben Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Rough Habit Plate: Tips and Race Preview

A very promising stayer heads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Champagne Classic: Tips and Race Preview

The Sydney form is taken in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Chairman’s Handicap: Tips and Race Preview

A first up winner heads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dark Jewel Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday take the topweight.

2018 South Australian Derby: Tips and Race Preview

The form from two weeks ago leads the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Sticking with the fillies to shine in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

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

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.

Kerrin McEvoy suspended for riding lapse

Jockey Kerrin McEvoy has admitted failing to ride out a favourite which finished out of the placings at Warwick Farm.

Track switch helps Gollan's 10,000 chances

Trainer Tony Gollan has used his local knowledge of training tracks to prime Most Important for the Group One Doomben 10,000.

QRIC to decide on Birchley training status

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission will decide if Liam Birchley can continue training after penalties in the Aquanita case are handed down.

Eagle Farm closure hits NZ carnival raid

Tony Pike is typical of many New Zealand trainers who have cut back their numbers for the Queensland winter carnival.

Flower Looking At Home And Away For Everest Runner

Damion Flower’s search for an Everest runner could take him international or wind up being very close to home.

Royal Celebration delivers for Ron Quinton

Promising colt Royal Celebration might be bound for the Brisbane winter carnival after breaking his maiden with a strong finish at Warwick Farm.

Southey breaks metrop drought at Sandown

Mornington trainer Kelvin Southey has scored a long overdue city success when Laughing Heir took out the Mypunter.com Handicap at Sandown.

2018 Doomben 10,000: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Elite sprinting form from the last 12 months highlights the 2018 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Doomben Roses: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Barriers have impacted heavily on the 2018 Doomben Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Rough Habit Plate: Final Field, Barriers and Market

This seems a Sydney controlled edition of the 2018 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday.

Palmer continues upset run at Gold Coast

Jockey Rikki Palmer had to survive a protest before continuing her run of upset wins since resuming riding after having a baby daughter.

2018 Champagne Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Good winning form heads into the 2018 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Chairman’s Handicap: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The interstaters could dominate the 2018 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dark Jewel Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The 2018 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday has some quality mares on show.

2018 South Australian Derby: Final Field, Barriers and Market

It is an open betting race in the 2018 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some staying breds will be hard to hold out in the 2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

In Good Time tries to maintain golden run

In Good Time's ability to exceed expectations for Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley has earned the filly a crack at black-type during the Scone Cup carnival.

Widdup Has Fond Memories Of Brisbane

Hawkesbury trainer Brad Widdup is banking on some rain to give him the opportunity to make a winning return to his former stamping ground in Brisbane on Saturday.

Toryjoy keeps Flying Spur flame flickering

The Chris Waller-trained filly Toryjoy has scored an appropriate win following the death of Arrowfield Stud stallion Flying Spur.

Egyptian Bullet lands longshot Sandown win

Egyptian Bullet has given followers of the John McArdle stable another longshot winner with a strong finish over 1000m at Sandown.

Wet Caulfield track no concern for Price

Cranbourne trainer John Price isn't fazed by the prospect of a wet track for Wise Hero and King River at Caulfield.

Dedication behind wheel pays off for Lloyd

Leading jockey Jeff Lloyd has been rewarded for a long drive to ride promising Willo Titto in a barrier trial.

Impressive Newcastle Winner May Head To Town

Hawkesbury trainer Garry White is tempted to “strike while the iron’s hot” with Tuesday’s impressive Newcastle winner And So It Goes.

Jeffs Ensures They Are Safely On Their Way

It’s a date Dale Jeffs won’t be forgetting in a hurry.

Doomben Ten Thousand- Final Field, Barriers and Betting

Final field for the 2018 Doomben Ten Thousand with barriers and betting.

Warwick Farm Best Bets - May 9

Best Bets for Warwick Farm from Racing and Sports Form Expert Alex Steedman as heard on Sky Sports Radio.

Penalties for Aquanita eight to be decided

A Victorian racing tribunal will hear submissions before deciding on penalties against the eight people involved in the Aquanita "top-ups" scandal.

Unlucky Wangaratta break for Tahlia Hope

A fall at Wangaratta has left apprentice Tahlia Hope with a fractured collarbone, resulting in more time on the sidelines.

Redzel, In Her Time draw well in 10,000

Redzel has drawn barrier six as the Sydney sprinter attempts successive wins in the Doomben 10,000.

Machinegun Jubs ready for Scone return

Angela Davies is eyeing black-type for Machinegun Jubs but realises the Listed Ortensia Stakes at Scone will be tough before the mare heads to Brisbane.

The Monstar finally set to resume in Scone

Brett Cavanough expects resilient sprinter The Monstar to start his latest campaign at home at Scone after track conditions ruled out a return at Hawkesbury.

Change of scene to inspire Green Sweet

A move from Goulburn to Moruya and a change of trainer hopefully works in Green Sweet's favour when he has his first start for Danny Williams in the Scone Cup.

Written Choice to chase Caulfield double

Mornington trainer Logan McGill doesn't think the rise to 1200m will pose a problem for Written Choice as he chases successive wins at Caulfield.

Harron Content To Play Everest Waiting Game

James Harron waited until one month before the inaugural Everest to lock in his runner and he’s playing a patient game once again.

Butler's Weather Project Reaping Rewards

Good Weather has made his trainer Richard Butler work overtime from day one.

Racing Victoria Issues Aquanita Case Statement

Racing Victoria has welcomed the guilty verdicts handed down today by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board in the Aquanita Case.

Aquanita - Racing's Biggest Scandal

A Victorian racing tribunal has found all eight people charged in the high-profile Aquanita race day treatments inquiry guilty.

Lees Maps Out Scone And Brisbane Plans

Last Saturday’s impressive Rosehill juvenile winner Gem Song will not be heading to Queensland for the Brisbane carnival.

Vale Tony White

Popular racing journalist Tony White has passed away after long battle with health issues.

Terravista Confirmed For Scone

Top sprinter Terravista is a definite runner in Saturday's Ortensia Stakes at Scone.

Biggest racing scandal could end careers

A racing tribunal has found all eight people guilty in the Aquanita race day treatments case, labelling it one of Australian racing's darkest chapters.

2018 Poule d’Essai des Poulains: Race History

Big name future stallions are within the honour roll of the 2018 Poule d’Essai des Poulains to be run at Longchamp on Sunday.

2018 Poule d’Essai des Pouliches: Race History

Some grand fillies form part of the Race History of the 2018 Poule d’Essai des Pouliches to be run at Longchamp on Sunday.

Vale Mr Tony White

The NSW Racing Industry is today mourning the passing of popular turf journalist Mr Tony White who passed away overnight.

Weir with four as he chases a third Derby

Darren Weir has four runners safely in the final field as he chases a third straight win in the Group One South Australian Derby.

2018 Goodwood - Dunn To Ride Secret Agenda

With Damien Oliver committing to Vega Magic in The Goodwood, rival trainer Mick Price has secured Dwayne Dunn to ride his Group 1 winning mare Secret Agenda in the race.

Respected racing writer Tony White dies

Popular racing journalist Tony White has died aged 64 after battling the effects of a stroke.

NZ Confidence High With Megablast In Brisbane

New Zealand trainer Nigel Tiley is confident of Megablast's chance at Doomben this Saturday.

Griffiths has the bases covered at Sandown

Three fillies from Robbie Griffiths' Cranbourne stable are set to line up in the same 1000m-race at Sandown.

Royal Celebration after maiden victory

Royal Celebration, one of two juveniles to race for Ron Quinton this season, is looking to build on a promising start to his career at Warwick Farm.

Lazy Trial For Rich Charm

Jockey Patrick Moloney is not concerned about the barrier trial performance of in-form sprinter Rich Charm who ran fifth in an 800 metres hit out at Cranbourne yesterday.

Jukebox On Comeback Trail With Trial Win

High-class colt Jukebox showcased his well being with a comfortable barrier trial win at Cranbourne yesterday at his first appearance since November.

Canberra Celebrates Beau Zam, Bonecrusher And The Queen

Thirty years ago today (Tuesday) Canberra was graced by royalty and witnessed an extraordinary racing occasion.

Leicester Gallop To Determine SA Derby Start

Darren Weir will give Leicester a strong gallop this morning before deciding whether or not to run the three-year-old in the SA Derby (Gr 1, 2500m) this weekend.

2018 SA Derby Final Field - Four For Weir

Darren Weir will saddle up four runners in Saturday's Group 1 2018 SA Derby (2500m) at Morphettville.

Enable's return delayed by injury

Enable has had a setback and will miss Royal Ascot but is expected to be back to defend the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe.

2018 Doomben 10,000: Race History

Many grand sprinters form the Race History of the 2018 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Doomben Roses: Race History

Strangely the Race History of the 2018 Doomben Roses run at Doomben on Saturday doesn’t show the winners as providing Oaks success.

2018 Rough Habit Plate: Race History

Several Derby winners form part of the Race History of the 2018 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Champagne Classic: Race History

Some excellent juveniles abound the Race History of the 2018 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Chairman’s Handicap: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday indicates it’s not a great Brisbane Cup guide.

2018 Dark Jewel Classic: Race History

Plenty of quality mares sit in the Race History of the 2018 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday.

2018 South Australian Derby: Race History

Future Melbourne Cup form outlines the Race History of the 2018 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes: Race History

Some high profile younger horses line the Race History of the 2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Redzel secures his Everest slot

Redzel will run for Yulong Investments when he defends his title in the $13 million Everest.

Redzel To Defend Everest Title With Yulong

Reigning Everest hero Redzel’s ability to adapt to all conditions and his on-pace racing style are the traits that drew Yulong Investments to secure the top sprinter for the 2018 edition.

Qin Yong Returns Home To Hawkesbury A Dubbo Winner

Chinese-born apprentice Qin Yong is certainly seeing plenty of the Australian countryside. The 28-year-old jockey went to Dubbo on Sunday to compete in a heat of the Rising Star Series and, though he missed out there, still returned home a winner.

Bell-Pitomac's Rising Star Win A Beauty

Kath Bell-Pitomac has celebrated her first Rising Star Series race victory, easily taking out heat 23 at Dubbo on Sunday.

Sam's The Support Act For Trapeze Artist

Around two years ago Sam Phillips took a punt on horse racing and on Day 1 of The Championships he felt like he collected as his pride and joy Trapeze Artist beat the nation’s best sprinter.

Shoals to miss Ascot in favour of Everest

Royal Ascot can wait for triple Group One winner Shoals who will stay in Australia with The Everest in mind.

Jason Coyle energised for Scone assignment

More Energy can earn a trip back to Queensland with an impressive performance when he adds Scone to his list of racing venues through the Listed Scone Cup.

Scans for apprentice after Wangaratta fall

Apprentice Tahlia Hope is to have scans on a shoulder and collarbone following a fall at the Wangaratta race.

Vega shows his Magic in Werribee jump-out

Vega Magic has strolled home to an easy jump-out victory at Werribee ahead of his first-up outing in the Goodwood at Morphettville.

Takedown set to recapture form at Scone

Trainer Gary Moore hopes a drop to Listed company at Scone can reinvigorate Group One winner Takedown as the gelding strives for an overdue win.

Bel Sonic on song for return at Caulfield

After a failed trip to Queensland during the summer, Bel Sonic has progressed nicely ahead of his racing return at Caulfield.

Burning Passion to step up to G1 company

Burning Passion will enter new territory in the Group One Doomben 10,000 in which he will take on top sprinters including Redzel and In Her Time.

2018 Doomben 10,000: Nominations

A top grade lot of Nominations head to the 2018 Doomben 10,000 at Doomben on Saturday.

Kelso Wood to close Brisbane stable

Group One-winning trainer Kelso Wood is expected to close his Eagle Farm stable because of ill health.

Daniel Moor set for Singapore adventure

In-form jockey Daniel Moor will ride at Caulfield before he departs for a six-month stint in Singapore.

Snowdens Sending Strong Team To Scone

The powerful Peter and Paul Snowden team will be sending strong teams from their Randwick base to the Brisbane and Scone carnivals this week.

2018 Doomben Roses: Nominations

A large field is likely in the Oaks lead up after the nominations were taken for the 2018 Doomben Roses at Doomben on Saturday.

Angland Hoping Streak Continues At Scone

In-form jockey Tye Angland will head to the Scone carnival on Friday with a good chance to extend his current winning streak.

Classy Kiwi Joins Brisbane Stable

Classy New Zealand winner Sergeant Blast has joined the Brian Smith stable in Queensland for the winter carnival.

2018 Rough Habit Plate: Nominations

Nominations for the 2018 Rough Habit Plate at Doomben on Saturday suggest this could be the Derby lead up race.

2018 Champagne Classic: Nominations

Very promising horses line the nominations for the 2018 Champagne Classic at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Chairman’s Handicap: Nominations

Should see a decent sized field off the nominations for the 2018 Chairman’s Handicap at Doomben on Saturday.

2018 Dark Jewel Classic: Nominations

What a grand group of in form and quality mares make up the Nominations for the 2018 Dark Jewel Classic at Scone on Saturday.

2018 South Australian Derby: Nominations

There is form coming from everywhere among the Nominations for the 2018 South Australian Derby at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes: Nominations

Can the locals see off interstaters with several entered in the nominations of the 2018 SA Sires Produce Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday?

Lessons learned from Kentucky: O'Brien

Aidan O'Brien says the sloppy conditions and a bump at the start of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs played against Mendelssohn.

Interstate Raiders Set For SA Derby

Flemington trainers Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra are planning to have two runners in Saturday’s G1 South Australian Derby at Morphettville.

Terravista to be entered for Scone

Dual Group One winner Terravista will be among the nominations for the Ortensia Stakes at the Scone carnival.

Werribee trial for Magic ahead of Goodwood

Leading Lindsay Park sprinter Vega Magic heads to Werribee for an 1100m jump-out ahead of his defence of The Goodwood at Morphettville.

Care To Think to have Murwillumbah gallop

Smart sprinter Care To Think will have his final major hit-out for the Doomben 10,000 in a track gallop at Murwillumbah.

Fradd leaves major hole in riding ranks

Robbie Fradd's decision to take up a riding contract in Mauritius leaves a major hole in the riding ranks in Queensland.

Sedanzer set to rebound at Scone

Sedanzer has an opportunity to bounce back from a flat first-up run at Hawkesbury when she contests the Dark Jewel Classic at Scone.

Imported youngster to further Derby quest

A Caulfield race over 2000m is the next stepping stone to a Queensland Derby start for impressive Warrnambool winner Furrion.

Irish Jumpers Target For Australia

The Australian Jumping Racing Association will undertake a study and buying tour of Ireland in a bid to encourage the importation of quality jumpers to Australia.

Shoals wins third G1 in Robert Sangster

Shoals has added the Group One Robert Sangster Stakes to her elite level wins in the Myer Classic and Surround Stakes to set up a trip to Royal Ascot.

Harry Coffey wins G1 Australasian Oaks

Harry Coffey has won his first Group One race aboard Sopressa in the Australasian Oaks in Adelaide for long-time friend, trainer Darren Weir.

Oregon's Day passes test in Hollindale

Melbourne mare Oregon's Day has passed her first test as a middle-distance horse by winning the Group Two Hollindale Stakes on the Gold Coast.

Our Century bound for Brisbane Cup

Our Century has confirmed he will join stablemate Goathland on a Brisbane Cup path with victory in the Listed Lord Mayors Cup at Rosehill.

Anatola farewells Fradd in style

Leading jockey Robbie Fradd will take up a riding contract in Mauritius fresh from his all-the-way win aboard Anatola in the Silk Stocking.

Careless riding ban for Jason Collett

Jason Collett has copped a careless riding suspension after saluting on unbeaten colt Gem Song at Rosehill.

Champagne Cuddles breaks record in Guineas

Champagne Cuddles presented trainer Bjorn Baker with a feature race dilemma when she broke the track record in the Gold Coast Guineas.

O'Dea hails Sesar after Classic victory

A record-breaking win in the Ken Russell Memorial Classic on the Gold Coast has propelled improving colt Sesar into JJ Atkins contention.

Group One prediction for Guard Of Honour

Stand-in trainer Mel Eggleston believes Guard Of Honour could win a Group One race after the gelding took the Bat Out of Hell on the Gold Coast.

Boom Time denied first-up Flemington win

Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time has returned from his Japan Cup travel with a brave first-up second to Tarquin at Flemington.

Winning double for Chris Waller newcomers

Solo Mission and Tougherthantherest have started their racing careers with Chris Waller in style by notching unexpected victories at Rosehill.

Malibu Style accustomed to Melbourne life

Perth sprinter Malibu Style has notched another Melbourne victory with a dogged performance over 1000m at Flemington.

Epidemic lives up to breeding at Rosehill

Godolphin filly Epidemic and her jockey Brenton Avdulla have had to work hard for a narrow win at Rosehill.

Live And Free confirms Qld Derby tilt

John O'Shea will target former New Zealander Live And Free at the Queensland Derby after his commanding win at Rosehill.

2018 Robert Sangster Stakes: Shoals re-confirms her form

Giving her three G1s for the season, Shoals easily won the 2018 Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Land Of Plenty back on board at Flemington

Land Of Plenty has given jockey Daniel Moor a running double at Flemington after scoring earlier aboard Another Bullseye.

2018 Australasian Oaks: Sopressa gives Coffey a sweet result

Giving Harry Coffey his first G1, Sopressa had a great run in transit and won the 2018 Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Valree finishes strong in Highway Plate

Valree has rendered her latest slow start irrelevant to claim her first Highway Plate for Scone trainer Rod Northam at Rosehill.

2018 DC McKay Stakes: Sprightly Lass too good

Despite sitting three deep the trip, Sprightly Lass staved them off in the 2018 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Gold Coast Guineas: Champagne Cuddles bubbles along

Coming from off the pace on the fence, Champagne Cuddles finally got back in the winner’s list in taking the 2018 Gold Coast Guineas at Gold Coast on Saturda

2018 Euclase Stakes: I’ll Have A Bit got the lot

Causing a massive boiler, I’ll Have A Bit swooped home to win the 2018 Euclase Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Dreams Aplenty fights hard for Cup victory

Dreams Aplenty has again shown he loves a tough fight, leading all the way to win the Listed Gold Coast Cup.

Lachlan King lands first Flemington winner

Lachlan King, the son of Melbourne Cup-winning jockey Steven King, has won his first race at Flemington.

Richard Litt savours stable breakthrough

Richard Litt has welcomed his first Saturday-class winner with former Godolphin gelding Sedition at Rosehill.

Houtzen flies in Gold Coast track gallop

Top filly Houtzen has worked brilliantly between races at the Gold Coast in the lead-up to the Doomben 10,000.

Polished run by unbeaten colt Gem Song

Promising colt Gem Song has showcased his versatility, emerging late to preserve his unbeaten record at Rosehill.

Ryan Wiggins in timely Gold Coast success

Jockey Ryan Wiggins has made it three wins from his first three rides back from injury with a victory on Denbern at the Gold Coast.

Today's Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

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

Monomoy Girl claims $US1m Kentucky Oaks

Monomoy Girl has survived a protest to win the $US1 million Kentucky Oaks at Churchill Downs.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Flemington

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

Alex Steedman offers his Sydney Specials

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

Three Currie stable staff to front inquiry

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission is expected to soon finalise part of a race day treatment inquiry involving three of trainer Ben Currie's staff.

Gold Coast and Morphettville - Last Word from Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the feature races at the Gold Coast and Morphettville on May 5.

Ciaron Maher chasing Oaks win in Adelaide

Ciaron Maher has Aloisia and Pretty To Sea lining up for the stable in the Group One Australasian Oaks at Morphettville.

Tom faces challenge from stablemates

Tom Melbourne is trying to break a two-year winning drought in the Hollindale Stakes but faces a challenge from his stablemates among others.

New jockey to guide Anatola's advance

Josh Parr's foot injury means a new jockey is needed for Anatola in her first black-type assignment at the Gold Coast for trainer Mark Newnham.

Our Century on trial for Brisbane Cup

Kim Waugh is eyeing the Brisbane Cup with former Lloyd Williams-owned stayer Our Century providing he performs in the Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

Ben Currie fined over trackwork

Trainer Ben Currie has been fined $3000 for working his horses at the Toowoomba track when facilities were closed.

James Orman chases another stakes win

In-form jockey James Orman has can win his third stakes race in as many weeks when he combines with trainer Kelly Schweida at the Gold Coast.

Akavoroun to make his return at Flemington

After a lengthy stint on the sidelines, rising nine-year-old Akavoroun is ready to make his reappearance at Flemington.

Englebrecht hopes to drive Highway north

Group One-winning trainer Steve Englebrecht will find out whether Highway warrants a Brisbane campaign when she runs at Rosehill.

Serene Miss closes in on black-type debut

Trainer Kris Lees may put consistent mare Serene Miss on a seven-day back-up to her first stakes race if she performs to expectation at Rosehill.

2018 Wagga Gold Cup: Life Less Ordinary goes one better

After being second last year, Life Less Ordinary won the 2018 Wagga Gold Cup at Wagga on Friday in a canter.

Brisbane campaign waiting for High Church

After spending time on the sidelines with a knee injury, High Church is set to run first-up over 1800m at Flemington.

McGillivray seeks a stay on suspension

Jockey Matt McGillivray is seeking a stay of a four-week suspension which puts him in danger of missing several key days in the winter carnival.

Gollan after another Russell Memorial

Tony Gollan has an affinity with the Ken Russell Memorial which started his climb to the top of the Brisbane training ranks.

2018 Northam Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Easy to fancy the in form runner in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

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

Wagga Cup Preview

Second day of the Wagga carnival is Wagga Cup day.

Paul Jones has D’Beak in the Wagga Gold Cup

Along with Barbara Joseph, Paul Jones has D’Beak dropping sharply in weight into the Wagga Cup.

David Brideoake has Self Sense in the Cup

Racing from his old stomping ground, David Brideoake returns with Self Sense a good hope in the Wagga Cup.

Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack talks Wagga’s big day

The Wagga Cup is a big part of the local community as the Deputy Prime Minister Michael McCormack discusses.

Mendelssohn can make Derby history

The Aidan O'Brien-trained Mendelssohn will try to become the first European horse to win the famous Kentucky Derby.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Rosehill will see the running of the Listed Lord Mayors Cup on the program.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

There is a solid nine race card at headquarters Flemington this week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Gold Coast

The best quality day of the year at the Gold Coast is Hollindale Stakes day with other group racing on the card.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

Group 1 racing begins in Adelaide with the Sangster Stakes and Australasian Oaks to be run.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

The carnival is nearing an end over in Perth.

Clayton Douglas fined after Annual success

The win aboard Gold Medals in the Grand Annual Steeplechase at Warrnambool has come at a cost for jockey Clayton Douglas who has been fined for his ride.

Trainer Len Xuereb rubbed out by RAD Board

Moe trainer Len Xuereb has been disqualified by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board over a high cobalt reading from Elegantly Wasted at Sale.

Gallic Chieftain gives Weir fifth Bool Cup

Gallic Chieftain and Yogi have given Darren Weir a one-two finish in the Warrnambool Cup, his fifth successive victory in the race.

Gold Medals wins Grand Annual Steeplechase

Gold Medals has completed the big jumps double at Warrnambool's May carnival taking out the Brierly and Grand Annual Steeplechases.

Champagne Cuddles on Group One path

Consistent filly Champagne Cuddles resumes on Saturday in the Gold Coast Guineas and will chase Group One races later in the winter carnival.

Maturing Nettoyer targets Lord Mayor's Cup

Nettoyer's quest for a second career win will continue in the Listed Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill after trainer Wendy Roche opted to bypass the G2 Hollindale.

Blinkers, drop in grade to boost Primitivo

John Thompson hopes blinkers and a drop back from Group company can help inspire Primitivo to break his maiden at Rosehill.

Gary Moore revels in link to So You Think

Rosehill trainer Gary Moore is excited to see how Brilliant Mind, his first horse sired by So You Think, fares when he starts his career on his home track.

Latin Boy to go like a bat out of hell

Trainer Richard Freedman believes Latin Boy's recent course record for 900 metres at Newcastle is the benchmark for the Bat Out Of Hell at the Gold Coast.

Pilote D'Essai ready for Flemington return

Pilote D'Essai will be joined by stablemates Sovereign Nation and So Si Bon when he makes his return from a tendon injury in a 1400m-race at Flemington.

Aquanita 'top-ups' case decision next week

Victoria's Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will hand down its decision next week in the Aquanita race day treatments case.

Ben Currie calls on El-issa for Ruettiger

Trainer Ben Currie has called on in-form jockey Bobby El-issa to help Ruettiger return to his best form in the Gold Coast Cup.

Godolphin chase Gold Coast feature treble

It's Somewhat is chasing back-to-back Hollindale Stakes wins as the Godolphin stable looks for a feature race treble at the Gold Coast.

2018 Wagga Town Plate: Coolring has the right tune

The little grey Coolring swept home to win the 2018 Wagga Town Plate at Wagga on Thursday.

Damian Browne closes in on 1000 winners

Top jockey Damian Browne has a strong book of rides at the Gold Coast which could help him reach 1000 winners on Australian soil.

2018 Northam Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Only six will line up in the 2018 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday.

2018 AD Hollindale Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Looks a big race for Chris Waller in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Gold Coast Guineas: Tips and Race Preview

The local 3yo is taken to hit the heights in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Gold Coast Guineas at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Giving the nod to the interstater in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic at Gold Coast on Saturday.

Three in a row for Wilde at Warrnambool

Tee Train has survived a protest to give trainer Symon Wilde a third straight win in the two-year-old race on the final day of the Warrnambool carnival.

Getting Leggie gets Smart on Bool board

Nick Smart has landed his first Warrnambool carnival victory with Getting Leggie winning the Champion Novice Hurdle.

Barriers frustrate trainer Stuart Kendrick

Trainer Stuart Kendrick is frustrated that consistent filly Fish 'N' Snitz has again drawn a bad barrier in the Ken Russell Memorial Stakes.

Wagga Preview

It is Wagga Town Plate day on the first day of the Wagga Carnival.

The Bool Day 3 Preview with Deane Lester

Deane Lester looks at the final day of the Warrnambool carnival.

Graham Salisbury talks about his health battles

Graham Salisbury, known for his care and commitment to the community through his association with the great Subzero, chats about his cancer battle.

Lindsay Park Preview

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

The Wagga Carnival begins

The famous May carnival at Wagga starts today with the running of the Town Plate.

Torcedor wins at Ascot for Te Akau Racing

Te Akau Racing-owned Torcedor has found conditions to his liking at Ascot to run out the winner of the Group Three Sagaro Stakes.

2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes): Tips and Race Preview

Those early in preps lead the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes) at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Australasian Oaks: Tips and Race Preview

Darren Weir holds the key to the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Queen Of The South Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

It’s the Tulloch Lodge runners that dominate the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Queen Of The South Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Euclase Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Giving a quality youngster another chance in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 Euclase Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 DC McKay Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Taking a real speedster in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2018 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

Chris Waller Stable Update for the Weekend

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

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.

Weir hauls in another four at Warrnambool

Champion trainer Darren Weir has backed up his four winners on the opening day of the Warrnambool carnival with another four on day two.

Kiwi Star Confirmed For South Australian Derby

Exciting New Zealand three-year-old Sherrif will make the trip to Adelaide for the South Australian Derby.

Memorable win for Irish apprentice Dolan

Irish jockey Robbie Dolan has saluted for the first time at a metropolitan meeting at Canterbury to lift the spirits of trainer Richard Litt.

Man Of His Word to step up in Hollindale

Trainer Bruce Hill gets a chance to prove his theory Man Of His Word can be a top middle-distance horse when his stable star contests the Hollindale Stakes.

Josh Parr injured after fall at Canterbury

Jockey Josh Parr is nursing a foot injury after falling from Penny For A Pound when the mare broke down while racing at Canterbury.

Whypeeo kept for Gold Coast Guineas test

Trainer Toby Edmonds has shelved immediate plans to run Whypeeo in Group One company and will concentrate on the Gold Coast Guineas.

Boom Time ready for return at Flemington

Caulfield Cup winner Boom Time is in for a light late autumn preparation ahead of an attempt at defending his title in the spring.

Baster and Waterhouse after 'Bool Cup win

The combination of Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott along with Stephen Baster are after another feature win, this time with Scholarly in the Warrnambool Cup.

Grand Annual start firms for Gold Medals

Golds Medals has recovered well from his win in the Brierly Steeplechase and trainer Symon Wilde is favouring a start in the Grand Annual Steeplechase.

Sofin after stakes win in Lord Mayor's Cup

Sofin continues her quest for black-type when the Shannon Fry-trained mare makes the trip south from Bowraville for the Listed Lord Mayor's Cup at Rosehill.

2018 Euclase Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A high quality edition of the 2018 Euclase Stakes will be run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 DC McKay Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Some very fast horses line up in the 2018 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Queen Of The South Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

The weight scale helps the top weights in the 2018 Queen Of The South Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Gold Coast Guineas: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Many of the fillies draw inside in the 2018 Gold Coast Guineas at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Six fillies take on the boys in the 2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic at Gold Coast on Saturday.

Ms Rodarte opens up in style at Canterbury

Ms Rodarte has held off a late challenge from stablemate and fellow newcomer Press Box to launch her career impressively at Canterbury for trainer Chris Waller.

All Too Huiying set for Brisbane audition

Trainer Gary Moore has high hopes for promising colt All Too Huiying, who can seal a trip to Queensland through the Schweppes Handicap at Rosehill.

Two Hats lands feature Warrnambool hurdle

Aaron Purcell has returned to his base at Warrnambool following a stint at Caulfield and has landed the Galleywood Hurdle with Two Hats.

Handsome Thief gives Weir another Wangoom

Darren Weir has claimed successive Wangoom Handicap victories with Handsome Thief winning the Warrnambool feature sprint from stablemate Stellar Collision.

2018 AD Hollindale Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Chris Waller dominates the field in the 2018 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday.

A Sweet first for Bryan Guy at Toowoomba

Trainer Bryan Guy has had a first in his long and successful career with Sweet Adaline winning at Toowoomba.

2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes): Final Field, Barriers and Market

So many form lines heading into the 2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes) at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Australasian Oaks: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A very even group of fillies take on the 2018 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

Best Bets For Canterbury - May 2

Best Bets for Canterbury from Racing and Sports Form Expert Alex Steedman as heard on Sky Sports Radio.

Kiwi Stars Return Home

Kiwi stayer Chocante’s Queensland winter carnival campaign is over.

2018 Northam Stakes: Nominations

Only ten are nominated for the 2018 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday.

Weir gets four on day one at Warrnambool

Darren Weir is on target to equal his training record at the Warrnambool carnival after winning four races on day one of the three-day meeting.

Aquanita case ends with Birchley denial

Evidence in the Aquanita bicarb case has wrapped up with Queensland trainer Liam Birchley the only one of the eight charged to give evidence in his defence.

Stewards charge Egan over Mornington ride

Jockey Billy Egan faces a charge from Racing Victoria stewards over his ride on beaten favourite Zizzis at Mornington.

English set for Doomben 10,000

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained mare English has tuned up for a Queensland carnival campaign with an impressive barrier trial outing at Randwick.

Bassett out to turn form around in Wangoom

Trainer Mick Price thinks Bassett might be in the right place at the right time as he heads to the Wangoom Handicap at the Warrnambool carnival.

Two shots at Galleywood for Lindsay Park

Honey Steel's Gold and Dane Hussler will attempt to add a feature Warrnambool jumps win to Lindsay Park's record when they line up in the Galleywood Hurdle.

Symon Wilde marvels at ageing Gold Medals

After a number of placings in the Brierly Steeplechase, trainer Symon Wilde has won the Warrnambool feature with Gold Medals.

Little sister gets job done at Warrnambool

Write Enuff, the younger sister to the talented Rich Enuff, has made a winning debut at Warrnambool.

Flemington assignment suits Turnitaround

Apprentice Ethan Brown will ride Turnitaround in an 1800m-race at Flemington with trainer Matthew Williams surprised at how well weighted he is in the race.

Sweet Victory return for Mark Newnham

Promising filly Sweet Victory kick-starts her campaign at Canterbury for trainer Mark Newnham who hopes it is a forerunner to better class races.

Damian Browne Gets More Rides For Godolphin

Strong Queensland rider Damian Browne has been handed another chance to add to his growing strike rate for the Godolphin stable at the Gold Coast on Saturday.

Group One stars head Doomben 10,000 noms

Sprint stars Redzel, Impending, English and In Her Time head the nominations for the Doomben 10,000 released along with entries for other Brisbane G1 races.

Kris Lees Casts A Wide Net

Leading Newcastle trainer will cast his net far and wide this weekend with runners as far afield as the Gold Coast and Flemington.

Sunday Escape To Return At Flemington

Sunday Escape will return from a break over 1000 metres at Flemington on Saturday.

Quick turnaround an option for Ecuador

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will consider a quick back-up to the Lord Mayor's Cup for Ecuador.

2018 Ubet Classic - Final Field And Barrier Draw

A field of 18 fillies and mares have accepted for the $1million Group 1 2018 Ubet Classic at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Schweppes Oaks - Final Field and Barrier Draw

A field of 15 fillies will line up in the Group 1 2018 Schweppes Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Kentucky Derby: Race History

America’s most famous race has a storied history and another edition occurs when the 2018 Kentucky Derby is run at Churchill Downs this weekend.

2018 2000 Guineas: Race History

One of the great races is the first of the classics of the English season and the 2018 2000 Guineas run at Newmarket on Sunday could be another.

2018 1000 Guineas: Race History

The first of the classics of the English summer for the three year old fillies is the 2018 1000 Guineas run at Newmarket on Sunday.

Liam Birchley denies race day treatments

Queensland trainer Liam Birchley is giving evidence to Victoria's Aquanita inquiry into alleged race day treatment of horses.

Redzel in pleasing trial ahead of 10,000

English has been pushed out to the line to beat Redzel in a barrier trial at Randwick with both heading to the Group One Doomben 10,000.

2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes): Race History

Many grand gals line the Race History of the 2018 UBET Classic (Robert Sangster Stakes) run at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Australasian Oaks: Race History

Very good fillies have become very good mares shown in the Race History of the 2018 Australasian Oaks at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Euclase Stakes: Race History

Some lovely sprinters have gone onto bigger things as seen in the Race History of the 2018 Euclase Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 Queen Of The South Stakes: Race History

Some nice staying mares find their place in the Race History of the 2018 Queen Of The South Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday.

2018 DC McKay Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2018 DC McKay Stakes at Morphettville on Saturday suggests it isn’t always the best guide to Goodwood.

2018 AD Hollindale Stakes: Race History

Some of the greats are within the Race History of the 2018 AD Hollindale Stakes at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Gold Coast Guineas: Race History

Fillies have been a big factor in the Race History of the 2018 Gold Coast Guineas run at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic: Race History

High profile juveniles have been part of the Race History of the 2018 Ken Russell Memorial Classic at Gold Coast on Saturday.

2018 Northam Stakes: Race History

The first running of the 2018 Northam Stakes at Northam on Sunday at G3 level shows it has been won by some very good sprinters.