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Randwick right for Reldas

Melbourne trainer Robert Smerdon will make a rare Sydney raid at Randwick with Reldas in the July Sprint.

Bowman has Randwick numbers over Avdulla

Brenton Avdulla will sit out the first four races at Randwick while his rival for the Sydney jockeys' premiership, Hugh Bowman, is on three favourites.

Accidental doping costs NSW gelding $60k

NSW stewards are satisfied trainer Andrew Dale did not purposely give gelding Lautaro female hormone treatment before he won a race at Scone.

Kings Of Leon no longer missing a beat

Kings Of Leon is looking to stay in the winning groove during an improved preparation when he tackles 1200 metres for the first time at Randwick.

Gollan looking to Charlie Boy to improve

Stakes-winning sprinter Charlie Boy has had several changes to his gear and a good spell as he returns to racing for a new stable on Saturday.

Matt Dale seeks Highway with On The Fiddle

Matt Dale hopes Canberra trainers can continue to contest the Highway Handicaps as he prepares On The Fiddle for his first crack at the concept at Randwick.

Lees Has A Sound Plan For Former Kiwi

Trainer Kris Lees has an early spring target for the former New Zealander Sound Proposition if the classy gelding r wins again at Randwick on Saturday.

Flemington challenge for Rebellious Lord

Unbeaten country-trained gelding Rebellious Lord travels to Flemington for the first time to make his city debut.

Weights right for Colour Charge

Trainer Natalie McCall believes the decision to raise the weights in Saturday's Tattersall's Mile at Doomben works in favour of Colour Charge.

Drop in weight to suit in-form Whyouask

Whyouask has returned in good form this winter and will be chasing a second-straight city win when she lines up at Flemington in a late-season race for fillies.

Highly Geared aims to motor in July Sprint

Late-developing sprinter Highly Geared will wrap up a stand-out preparation that could extend her career in the July Sprint at Randwick on Saturday.

Dollar For Dollar out to bounce back

The winner of three of his five starts, Dollar For Dollar will be out to bounce back from the only unplaced run of his career when he lines up at Flemington.

Suspension gets Michelle Payne sorted out

Jockey Michelle Payne has been able to get her health back on track after a one-month suspension for testing positive to a banned substance.

Winx's colours auctioned for charity

Hugh Bowman will appear at a benefit night for the wife of veteran jockey Darren Jones, whose death left her the sole carer of their two disabled sons.

Hugh Bowman has plenty on at the moment

Hugh Bowman has a lot of things on his plate at the present time.

Kris Lees talks about Le Romain

Kris Lees has Le Romain set first up for the Missile Stakes in a fortnight after trialling through the week.

Brad Davidson looks at Randwick

Brad prefers a first up runner as his best at Randwick.

Rachel King looks to keep her great run going

Rachel King has some good chances again in town.

Gosford Racing Club Chairman Michael Cusick talks their carnival

Michael Cusick discusses the issues about the Gosford carnival’s placement and changes afoot.

Cameron Crockett discusses Nictock for tomorrow

Nictock has a top overall record but Cameron Crockett says he may not run him at Randwick.

Double chance for Les Kelly at Doomben

Gold Coast trainer Les Kelly has a chance for his first Saturday metropolitan double at Doomben since his return from an 18-month break.

Danielle Seib has Nic City in at Taree

Chasing consecutive wins, Nic City looks to give a young trainer a further boost.

Michelle Payne talks about her health issues

Michelle Payne reveals some medication she requires to fix her current health situation.

2017 Tatt’s Mile: Latest Betting

Not much action in the latest betting for the 2017 Tatt’s Mile at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Oaklands Plate: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Oaklands Plate at Morphettville Parks on Saturday is focused on the invaders.

2017 Belmont Classic: Latest Betting

The favourite has drifted a little in the latest betting for the 2017 Belmont Classic at Belmont on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

Randwick hosts racing on Saturday and it’s on a track on the improve.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

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

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Doomben hosts the Tatt’s Mile meeting on Saturday racing and it’s onto a good surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Racing on the Morphettville Parks circuit this week and it will be rain affected.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

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

Chris Waller Stable Update for Weekend

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

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Vic industry will not appeal ACT decision

The Victorian Racing Industry will not join Crownbet and the ACCC in an appeal against the Tabcorp-Tatts Group merger.

ATC committed to all Sydney tracks: Pearce

The Australian Turf Club has made a $180 million commitment to infrastructure and facilities at all four Sydney tracks.

Canberra trainers status decision on hold

It will be at least three months until a decision whether Canberra trainers should be classified as country or provincial.

Craig Williams back aboard Divine Mr Artie

Brendan McCarthy was expecting more from Divine Mr Artie first-up at Caulfield but is hoping the gelding can bounce back to winning form at Flemington.

Lonhro's slayer Grand Armee dies aged 18

Gai Waterhouse and Danny Beasley have paid tribute to two-time Queen Elizabeth Stakes winner Grand Armee, who has died at the age of 18.

Bolero King continues comeback at Randwick

Clarry Conners believes injury-hit gelding Bolero King can make up for lost time and continue his march towards black-type races at Randwick.

Waller trains first runner for Aquis Farm

Aquis Farm-owned two-year-old Colosimo will make her debut for leading Sydney trainer Chris Waller at Randwick.

Mertens hopes for better Flemington result

Apprentice Beau Mertens is hopeful of a better outcome at Flemington after seven placings at his most recent city meeting.

Thornton out to build on Sandown success

After notching a first Melbourne city win at Sandown, apprentice Stephanie Thornton will be striving to add another when she competes at Flemington.

Gentle Annie hits the Highway at Randwick

Gentle Annie makes her Highway Handicap debut for Mick Miladinovic at Randwick, as Canberra trainers still face an uncertain future with the popular concept.

2017 Belmont Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Belmont Classic at Belmont on Saturday sees us favour the WA Derby winner.

2017 Tatt’s Mile: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Tatt’s Mile at Doomben on Saturday thinks there are only two hopes.

2017 Oaklands Plate: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Oaklands Plate at Morphettville Parks on Saturday focuses on the Melbourne horses.

Birchley colt set for Crack at Tatt's Mile

Crack Me Up has shown his form at Eagle Farm was wrong with two top runs as he heads to the Listed Tattersall's Mile at Doomben.

Diomedes continues Guy stable association

One of racing's oldest associations will continue when two-year-old Diomedes runs at Doomben.

Stockdale all bandaged up and ready to go

Apprentice Brandon Stockdale is confident of getting the all clear to take his rides at Flemington after his mishap with boiling water at Sandown.

Grand Armee Passes Away

Seven time Group 1 winner Grand Armee has passed away at the age of 18.

Gary Portelli talks She Will Reign and chances Thursday

Gary Portelli chats about his Gosford hopes on Thursday.

Paul Snowden has a few in at Gosford

The Snowdens have a strong team at Gosford today.

Murray Baker on his Spring prospects

After an incredible Autumn, winning the big three year old races, the Baker stables is looking to Spring riches.

Gary Moore has been on fire

With some big results at Hawkesbury recently, he has three chances at Gosford on Thursday.

Blaike McDougall discusses his current rides

Blaike McDougall rode a winner yesterday and has a couple of chances over the next few days.

Scott Kennedy from Racing NSW looks at Industry Forums

Scott talks about issues relating to some current proposals and matters which are affecting racing participants.

Glyn Schofield to ride Le Romain

Jockey Glyn Schofield will be reunited with Le Romain when the triple Group One winner makes his return in the Missile Stakes.

Melbourne Aim For Savanna Amour

The John Meagher-trained three-year-old filly Savanna Amour (Love Conquers All) is being prepared for a Melbourne spring campaign after a successful summer and autumn campaign in two states

Brahmos Wins Well On Debut

Three-year-old Brahmos (Smart Missile), who was purchased for $420,000 by retired trainer Peter Moody at the Inglis Australian Easter Yearling Sale in 2015, made a long-awaited winning debut at Sandown Hillside yesterday.

Payne Returns To Ride Invincible Al

Michelle Payne will have her first ride back since her suspension for a banned substance, aboard the Steve Richards-trained Vainglorious (So You Think) at Flemington on Saturday

That’s A Good Idea Resumes At Randwick

Veteran sprinter That’s A Good Idea (Flying Spur) is set to resume in the July Sprint (1100m) at Randwick on Saturday for cotrainers Peter and Paul Snowden

Ana O'Brien recovering from injuries

Jockey Ana O'Brien is unlikely to need surgery as she recovers from back injuries suffered in a fall.

Renovation works cause meeting transfer

Work to address kickback on the Pakenham synthetic track has resulted in a meeting being transferred to Bairnsdale.

First Melbourne win for Stephanie Thornton

Apprentice Stephanie Thornton has notched her first city win in Melbourne on the same mare she rode in her first race in Tasmania.

Shinn makes subdued return to Aust racing

Blake Shinn has been unable to ride a Warwick Farm winner at his first meeting back from a successful stint in Chicago.

Jordan Grob gets first Melbourne city win

Apprentice Jordan Grob has ridden his first city winner at Sandown after picking up the ride on the Darren Weir-trained Gun Case.

Williams joins Mertens in premiership lead

Craig Williams has joined Beau Mertens at the top of the Melbourne jockeys' premiership with three meetings of the season remaining.

Win to savour for Blaike McDougall

Suspension-plagued apprentice Blaike McDougall has celebrated a morale-boosting victory at Warwick Farm after a show of faith from trainer Stephen Jones.

2017 Belmont Classic: Final Field and Barriers

Final Field for the 2017 Belmont Classic at Belmont on Saturday sees the WA Derby winner meet the Belmont Oaks winner.

2017 Oaklands Plate: Final Field and Barriers

A full field of 14 line up in the 2017 Oaklands Plate at Morphettville Parks on Saturday.

Lion Couchant source of pride for Potowski

Lion Couchant has come back from the brink to surprise his trainer Ethne Potowski with his recent form.

Black-type races run at risk of downgrade

Date changes to some black-type races in NSW could have a damaging effect on Australia's pattern races.

2017 Tatt’s Mile: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are a few recent winners but the Final Field for the 2017 Tatt’s Mile at Doomben on Saturday is not burdened with class.

Stewart's winning run continues

Jockey Brad Stewart has added to his outstanding recent form with victory on Mishani Sleuth at Doomben.

Murray Baker to have big spring team

Veteran New Zealand trainer Murray Baker will head to the Melbourne spring carnival with a strong team.

Fully Maxed storms home for Sandown win

The Shane Nichols-trained two-year-old Fully Maxed has finishing strongly from back in the field to make a winning return at Sandown.

Date set for Winx's return to the track

Winx's trainer Chris Waller has pencilled in four races in the lead-up to the champion mare's attempt for a record-equalling third consecutive Cox Plate.

Cruising Speed on track for Tatt's Mile

Cruising Speed can complete a great year for the Ontrack Syndicate if she wins Listed Tattersall's Mile at Doomben.

Marenostro stays home in bid to find form

Chris Waller has resisted the temptation to send Marenostro to Queensland for the first time, hoping he can regain winning form at Randwick.

Boiling water burns Stockdale at Sandown

Apprentice Brandon Stockdale has suffered a scalded arm from boiling water at Sandown.

Le Romain Recall For Glyn Schofield

Glyn Schofield will be reunited with multiple G1 winner Le Romain when he begins his new campaign at Randwick next month.

Winx To Trial At Randwick On Monday

Champion mare Winx will commence her spring prep with a barrier trial at Randwick on Monday.

Addictive Nature Convincing On Debut

The Bjorn Baker stable has unveiled promising two-year-old Addictive Nature who has made a winning debut at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.

Less travel for Zero ahead of Flemington

Extra Zero has remained in Melbourne following his last start placing in the lead-up to 103rd career start at Flemington.

Tivoli Street finds route to maiden win

Chris Waller has nabbed a trifecta in the opening race at the Warwick Farm midweek meeting with Tivoli Street leading the trio.

Chris Munce gets Doomben double

Trainer Chris Munce has cemented his association with long-time Australian syndicator Shelley Hancox with Johnny Whitecox's win at Doomben

Melham working to make Everest weight

Jockey Ben Melham has already started a program to get him to 51kg to ride She Will Reign in the $10 million The Everest.

Racing NSW Adds New Appeals Panel Members

Racing NSW has today announced the addition of ten new members to the Appeal Panel.

Catchy Pleases In Work

The Lindsay Park-trained Blue Diamond Stakes winner Catchy continues to please in her work as she heads toward the spring.

Bon Aurum Out Of Spring

Group One winner Bon Aurum will miss the Spring Carnival, his owner-breeder Ken King has confirmed.

Lankan Rupee A Possibility For Memsie

Multiple Group One winner Lankan Rupee ran third in a Caulfield jump out yesterday as he nears a return to the track.

Warwick Farm Track Update

The Australian Turf Club's track update for Wednesday's seven race program at Warwick Farm on July 19.

Benefit Night For Family Of Late Jockey Darren Jones

Tamworth Jockey Club will host a benefit night for the family of late jockey Darren Jones on Thursday 24th August 2017.

All On Target For She Will Reign

She Will Reign looks in exceptional order as she embarks upon her campaign towards The Everest at Royal Randwick on October 14.

Gawler Meeting Postponed Until Friday

Wednesday's scheduled meeting at Gawler has been postponed until Friday due to the state of the track.

Williams to ride Slipper winner in Moir

Craig Williams will ride Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign in the Moir Stakes in which she will carry just 50kg.

Fractured vertebrae for Ana O'Brien

Ana O'Brien has suffered a fractured C1 vertebra in her neck and T6 in her back after a fall at Killarney.

Ryan-trained colts in eye-catching trials

Gerald Ryan-trained stablemates Trapeze Artist and Menari have performed well in separate barrier trials as they gear up for the spring.

Miss Vista relative wins debut at Geelong

Most Admired has emulated his half-sister Miss Vista by scoring a strong debut win at Geelong.

Le Romain wins trial ahead of return

Le Romain has shown his readiness for his race return with a barrier trial win at Newcastle with trainer Kris Lees hoping he can secure a berth in The Everest.

Magic Consol ready for Flemington trip

Country Victorian trainer Paul Preusker is looking forward to Magic Consol's attempt over 2000m at Flemington.

Thunder Road roars into Jericho contention

Goulburn's twin trainers, Emma and Lucy Longmire, have set their sights on the inaugural Jericho Cup after Thunder Road's marathon win at Wagga Wagga.

Ben Hayes Discusses Lindsay Park's Spring Contenders

Ben Hayes discusses Lindsay Park's key spring carnival contenders including their smart fillies Catchy, Formality and Tulip.

Corey Brown has suspension changed to fine

Corey Brown has had a suspension for not riding a horse to the line varied to a fine on appeal.

Randwick the venue for Sound Proposition

Sound Proposition will attempt to keep a perfect record intact for new trainer Kris Lees when he runs at Randwick.

Craig Williams Booked For She Will Reign In Moir

Craig William has been booked to ride Golden Slipper She Will Reign in the Group 1 Moir Stakes.

Shinn seeks happy homecoming on Tinker Dan

Blake Shinn will open his comeback to Sydney racing after a five-week stint in Chicago aboard Tinker Dan at Warwick Farm.

Owner Resists Big Offers For Boom Country Youngster

The owner of boom country two-year-old Awesome Pluck has rejected a seven figure offer for the exciting youngster.

'Mountain goats', model to tackle Kokoda

Hugh Bowman has admitted he's done little training for a charity walk along the Kokoda Track, while stuck in a tight battle to be crowned Sydney's best jockey.

Jamie Kah Leads Australian Record Chase

Adelaide’s Jamie Kah has taken the lead from Linda Meech in the race for the record of most wins by an Australian female jockey in a season.

Premiership race again heats up at Sandown

Beau Mertens and Craig Williams each have rides on two early favourites at Sandown as they chase Melbourne premiership honours.

Prince of Penzance visits Sydney's CBD

Melbourne Cup winning horse Prince of Penzance and a two-time Cup winning jockey have given Sydney commuters a glimpse of the world famous trophy.

Prince of Penzance visits Sydney's CBD

Melbourne Cup winning horse Prince of Penzance and a two-time Cup winning jockey have given Sydney commuters a glimpse of the world famous trophy.

Weir Works His Stars At Country Tracks

Darren Weir’s crack Group One performer Black Heart Bart has stepped up his spring preparation with a country trial.

Cliff Bashford Disqualification Reduced By Appeals Tribunal

Experienced Taree trainer Cliff Bashford has had a lengthy disqualification reduced by the NSW Racing Appeals Tribunal.

2017 Oaklands Plate: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Oaklands Plate at Morphettville Parks on Saturday has shown up some future young stayers.

2017 Tatt’s Mile: Race History

2017 Tatt’s Mile overview including Race History for the Listed feature at Doomben on Saturday featuring the milers like Marenostro and Sound Proposition.

2017 Belmont Classic: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Belmont Classic at Belmont on Saturday is for some solid three year olds to emerge.

Eagle Farm track report delayed

An independent report into the controversial Eagle Farm track surface has been delayed by a week.

Menari An Eye-Catcher At Rosehill Trials

Rising three-year-old Menari caught the eye hitting the line strongly at the Rosehill barrier trial session on Tuesday morning.

We’ve Got This Wins Trial On His Way To The 2017 Aurie's Star

Group Two placegetter We've Got This ran out a comfortable winner of a 1000 metre barrier trial at Cranbourne yesterday.

Supido Jockey Conundrum For Kent

Trainer Mick Kent faces a difficult decision over which jockey will ride Supido in the Bletchingly Stakes (Gr 3, 1200m) at Caulfield on 29 July.

Tiamo Grace Set For Return

Wakeful Stakes winner Tiamo Grace is nominated to resume at Flemington on Saturday after the Darren Weir trained three-year-old filly missed the autumn.

Le Romain wins trial ahead of return

Triple Group One winner Le Romain has shown his readiness for his return to racing with a barrier trial win at Newcastle.

Dettori takes time off ahead of Goodwood

Frankie Dettori is set to sit out the action this week as he continues his recovery from a troublesome shoulder injury.

NSW in competition with Vic: V'landys

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V'landys says the state is in competition with Victoria over the wagering dollar amid changes to the Sydney spring carnival.

Apprentices to battle it out at Flemington

Ben Thompson has already done enough to win the Rising Stars Series in Victoria but the apprentice is hoping to also take out the Final at Flemington.

Man Of His Word could back up at Randwick

Gold Coast trainer Bruce Hill is keen to try Man Of His Word over 1800 metres at Randwick after his close second in the Listed Winter Stakes.

Alex Steedman Racing HQ Timeform Recap

Alex Steedman provides a Timeform overview of Saturday's key performers including Washington Heights, Siege Of Quebec and Supido.

Antipas showing extra distance should suit

Antipas will be one of the late-season two-year-olds who will be tested over more ground when he steps up to 1800m in the Byerley Handicap at Flemington.

Short spring campaign for La Diosa

New Zealand filly La Diosa will have a short spring campaign when she returns from a break after a tiring autumn in Sydney.

Magic Alibi to back up last-start win

Magic Alibi will run in one of two 1100m-sprints at Randwick as she attempts back-to-back wins.

Blake Shinn to return at Warwick Farm

Blake Shinn returns to Sydney racing from America with rides in six of the seven races on the midweek Warwick Farm program.

2017 Oaklands Plate: Nominations

Encouragingly, a large field of juveniles will run in the 2017 Oaklands Plate at Morphettville Parks on Saturday after getting 22 nominations for the race

2017 Tatt’s Mile: Nominations

There are 15 entered for the 2017 Tatt’s Mile at Doomben on Saturday with not many recent winners.

Abbey Marie to be aimed at Caulfield Cup

Mick Kent is plotting a Caulfield Cup preparation for Abbey Marie while the trainer will wait until after Supido's next start to decide his Group One targets.

Sheiswhatsheis to run in Tatt's Mile

Sheiswhatsheis will miss the Townsville Cup in favour of the Listed Tattersall's Mile at Doomben.

Sarrasin Joins Young Stars In Rosehill Trials

Gerald Ryan’s impressive pair Trapeze Artist and Menari and the high class import Sarrasin are among notable spring prospects entered for Rosehill barrier trials on Tuesday.

Angland And Tulloch Lodge Win Hawkesbury Premierships

Tye Angland won the final race of Hawkesbury season on Sunday to cap his second premiership win in three years at the provincial track.

Trainer Ben Currie gets century

Young trainer Ben Currie's treble at Toowoomba has given him 100 Queensland winners for first time.

Caravaggio still in Everest mix

The $10 million Everest is still on the cards for Caravaggio despite his fourth in the July Cup.

Blake Shinn Ends US Stay With 11 Wins

Blake Shinn will be back in action in Sydney this week after ending his riding stint in America with 11 wins.

Lindsay Park fillies on target for spring

Well-performed two-year-old fillies Catchy, Tulip and Formality are progressing well as they build up for their spring preparations aimed at feature races.

Conners hits out at Canterbury work

Trainer Clarry Conners says the Australian Turf Club is neglecting Warwick Farm while it puts in a Polytrack at Canterbury.

Report on Eagle Farm track imminent

An independent report into problems with the Eagle Farm racetrack is expected to be ready this week.

Qiji Phoenix heading to Waller stable

New Zealand colt Qiji Phoenix will join the Chris Waller stable to be prepared for Group One racing in Australia.

Shogun Sun to be set for Golden Rose

Trainer Kelly Schweida is hoping to boost Shogun Sun's prize money so he gets a start in the Group One Golden Rose during the Sydney spring carnival.

Brad Pengelly to ride in Mauritius

Jockey Brad Pengelly is set to take up a riding contract in Mauritius for four months.

New Caledonia Riding Stint For Brodie Loy

Young jockey Brodie Loy has left the winter cold of southern NSW for a riding stint in New Caledonia.

Dwayne Dunn cops 18-meeting suspension

Dwayne Dunn has been suspended for 18 meetings for careless riding aboard winner Windbern at Caulfield.

Hippo gracious following first city treble

A humble Adam Hyeronimus has credited trainer Tim Clark for backing his skills and teaching him new ones after collecting his first city treble at Rosehill.

Supido resumes with Monash Stakes win

The Mick Kent-trained Supido has made a winning return in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes, giving the Group One-placed sprinter his first stakes win.

Mertens keeps nose in front in premiership

Beau Mertens has guided Schism to a hard-fought win at Caulfield to keep him just in front in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership with four meetings remaining.

Sweet Winter win for Coyle and Taylor

Slightly Sweet has given Jess Taylor her first black-type win with a tough victory in the Listed Winter Stakes at Rosehill.

Araldo Junior too tough in Queensland Cup

Former German galloper Araldo Junior has proved a superior stayer by winning the Listed Queensland Cup at Caloundra.

Damaging burst fires Collateral home

In-form Bjorn Baker-trained gelding Collateral has made it five wins from six starts with another impressive victory at Rosehill.

Araldo Junior Outstays Them In 2017 Queensland Cup

Araldo Junior produced a tough staying performance to win the 2017 Queensland Cup over 3200m at Sunshine Coast on Saturday.

Presidential return for Washington Heights

After an injury-marred stint in Hong Kong, Washington Heights has returned in style at Rosehill to the delight of trainer Gerald Ryan.

Supido Too Classy In 2017 Monash Stakes

Class came to the fore when Supido scored a resuming win in the Group 3 2017 Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

Visor helps Portion Control at Caulfield

The Lindsay Park team tinkered with Portion Control's gear and the application of a visor has given the desired result, with the gelding winning at Caulfield.

2017 Winter Stakes: Slightly Sweet causes a boilover

Sweeping home from the back, Slightly Sweet won the 2017 Winter Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday at big odds.

Hansen in two minds on Bright It Home Pop

Trainer Darryl Hansen is in two minds about whether to sty at home or head south with smart two-year-old Bring It Home Pop.

Bell doubts win can compensate for closure

Darren Bell has continued his winning run but doubts he will ever recover the $120,000 an enforced closure of his stables has cost him.

Buddy Honest win for Aleacia Bennett

Cessnock trainer Aleacia Bennett has savoured her first city winner after Buddy Honest led throughout to score the Highway Handicap at Rosehill.

Record bequest of $400k to jockeys trust

The estate of Denise Cobcroft is donating $400,000 of breeding proceeds to the National Jockeys Trust, making it the largest donation of its kind to the fund.

I Did It Again impresses with win on debut

Trainer Greg Eurell will aim I Did It Again, a horse he bred, towards the Caulfield Guineas after the gelding made a winning debut at Caulfield.

Tumbler heads for Sydney after Coast win

Talented mare Tumbler has earned at Sydney trip by overcoming problems to win on the Sunshine Coast.

Insensata wins again at Rosehill

Trainer Jason Coyle has welcomed progressive filly Insensata back to the winner's stall for the second time in as many weeks at Rosehill.

Siege Of Quebec repels quality challenge

Black-type-bound colt Siege Of Quebec has won his Sydney debut to remain unbeaten and on track for the Group One Golden Rose in September.

Williams wins on Orient Line at Caulfield

Craig Williams has struck in the opening race at Caulfield, guiding Orient Line to a fast-finishing victory.

TopBetta’s Super Saturday Special

TopBetta tomorrow are offering both their new and existing clients a ‘No Lose’ Saturday up to an impressive $2000.

Siege Of Quebec lays down his star quality

An impressive winner was Siege Of Quebec to start the day at Rosehill and he is headed for bigger things.

Gary Crispe offers his Sydney Specials

Gary Crispe from Racing and Sports provides RadioTab his thoughts on Rosehill for today.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Caulfield

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

Roly Poly wins G1 Falmouth Stakes

Roly Poly has led all the way to win the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket for trainer Aidan O'Brien and jockey Ryan Moore.

Caravaggio heads 10-horse July Cup field

Caravaggio heads a select field of 10 for the July Cup at Newmarket as he bids for a seventh-straight win.

Shinn reaches double figures in Chicago

Sydney jockey Blake Shinn has ridden a double at Arlington Park to boost his win tally to 10 as his American sojourn comes to an end.

Adelaide-based Grey earns crack at Monash

Adelaide trainer Leon Macdonald is happy to give veteran sprinter Daytona Grey another crack at stakes company in the Sir John Monash Stakes in Melbourne.

Two French track riders banned in Victoria

Two track riders working in Victoria have been handed bans of six weeks and two months after testing positive to unnamed drugs.

Michael Cahill goes with Araldo Junior

Michael Cahill will be aiming to give trainer Mike Moroney a third Queensland Cup aboard Araldo Junior at the Sunshine Coast.

Siege Of Quebec faces step up in class

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will guide Siege Of Quebec towards Group One racing in spring after the promising colt makes his Sydney debut at Rosehill.

More black-type a goal for Slightly Sweet

Jason Coyle admits Slightly Sweet needs some luck in running at Rosehill to add more black-type to her record before retirement.

Trainer Brian Smith a true stayer

Eagle Farm trainer Brian Smith can add to his reputation as a top conditioner of stayers if My Diamantine wins the Queensland Cup.

Kobi Creek set for a Cup upset

Stuart Kendrick is hoping Kobi Creek can produce another career-best run in the Queensland Cup to complete a great year for the stable.

Imitation Game aims to replicate first win

Imitation Game heads to the Highway Handicap at Rosehill as Doug Gorrel challenges the Canberra rival who convinced him train the gelding.

Trainer Natalie McCall rises to occasion

Trainer Natalie McCall hopes new stable acquisition Royal Occasion can continue his good first-up record in a talent-filled race at the Sunshine Coast.

Siege Of Quebec faces step up in class

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will guide Siege Of Quebec towards Group One racing in spring after the promising colt makes his Sydney debut at Rosehill.

Kim Waugh’s big team at Rosehill

Kim Waugh has five hopes in town tomorrow which is a large part of her stable.

Tim Clark has big book in town

With some top rides tomorrow, Tim Clark could have a big day at Rosehill.

Tommy Berry’s chances tomorrow

With runners in most races, Tommy Berry will be chasing plenty of winners before he heads overseas.

Brad Davidson looks at Rosehill

There could well be some value in Sydney tomorrow.

Andrew Gibbons hopes on Friday

Andrew Gibbons has plenty of chances at Scone on Friday.

Claim to help Revolving Door at Caulfield

Brandon Stockdale's three-kilo claim could come in handy for Revolving Door at Caulfield when the gelding bids to bounce back from a narrow last-start second.

Bad Barriers Negate Lees' Rosehill Chances

One hundred and fifty winners in a season doesn’t buy you good barriers – as Kris Lees can readily testify.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Rosehill hosts racing on Saturday with the Winter Stakes on a good track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Caulfield

It is Sir John Monash Stakes day at Caulfield this week in Melbourne on a good surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Sunshine Coast

Caloundra will host the Queensland Cup meeting on Saturday racing and it’s onto a soft surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

We’re back to the Parks tracks this week and it will be rain affected.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

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

2017 Sir John Monash Stakes: Latest Betting

There has been a little money out of the market in the latest betting for the 2017 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

Chris Waller Stable Update for Weekend

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

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Hawkbill earns Caulfield Cup start

Hawkbill has earned a ballot-free start in the Caulfield Cup with victory in the Group Two Princess of Wales's Stakes.

Waller praises Bowman's blinkered view

Sydney's premier trainer Chris Waller expects a gear change suggested by jockey Hugh Bowman can lift Pioneering from a form slump at Rosehill.

Last-legs win gets Gai her 4th Grafton Cup

Supply and Demand has led from start to finish to hand trainer Gai Waterhouse her fourth Grafton Cup.

New training track for Canterbury

The not for sale sign is up at Canterbury with the Australian Turf Club to make an investment in infrastructure.

2017 Grafton Cup: Supply And Demand leads all the way

Supply And Demand led all the way in the 2017 Grafton Cup at Grafton on Thursday giving Gai Waterhouse her fourth win.

Prince Jacko sheds weight issue in Highway

Prince Jacko finally carries a favourable weight for Canberra trainers Keith Dryden and Scott Collings when he makes his Highway Handicap debut at Rosehill.

Chocolate Holic to make Melbourne debut

West Australian stakes winner Chocolate Holic will make his Melbourne debut for the Darren Weir stable in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield.

Chocolate Holic to make Melbourne debut

West Australian stakes winner Chocolate Holic will make his Melbourne debut for the Darren Weir stable in the Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield.

Winona voices hope for August race return

NSW jockey Winona Costin hopes she can return to racing once she recovers from surgery to remove plates and screws from her left arm.

No barrier for Extensible in Winter Stakes

Extensible has finally received a favourable barrier draw but Civic Stakes-winning stablemate Gold Symphony is still Peter Snowden's Winter Stakes favourite.

Eurell looking forward to juvenile's debut

Trainer Greg Eurell is hoping two-year-old gelding I Did It Again, a horse he bred, can made an immediate impression on debut at Caulfield.

Fourth time lucky for Pop 'N' Scotch

Pop 'N' Scotch will line up in the Queensland Cup for the fourth time trying to snare a win after three second placings.

Melbourne spring beckons Summer Passage

NZ colt Summer Passage, runner-up in the Group One ATC Sires' Produce Stakes, will head to Melbourne for his spring racing.

Drop in class and distance for Oink

Trainer Kelly Schweida admits Oink is at the crossroads of his career ahead of his next start at the Sunshine Coast.

High Church, Golden Oldies Nominated For Award

Warrnambool Cup (Listed, 2350m) winner High Church (High Chaparral) and Ararat Gold Cup (2000m) victor Golden Oldies (Soldier’s Tale) are among the Horse Of The Year nominees for next month's Country Racing Victoria Awards.

Better To Come From Street Impact

Three-year-old Street Impact (Street Cry) justified strong betting support to win on debut in a 1200 metre maiden at Sandown Lakeside yesterday, but trainer Robert Smerdon believes the filly has more to offer.

Emerald City Ready For Stamina Test

Trainer David Vandyke is hopeful that Emerald City (Bernardini) will last home in the $150,000 Queensland Cup at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday.

2017 Sir John Monash Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday is taking a lightly raced horse to win.

Irish jumps legend Tommy Carberry dies

Irish jumps racing legend Tommy Carberry, who rode and trained a Grand National winner, has died aged 75.

Racing NSW and Canberra club to meet

Racing NSW and Canberra Racing administrators will meet to discuss whether the jurisdiction should be classed as country or provincial.

Dwayne Dunn rides Sandown treble

Dwayne Dunn has taken riding honours at Sandown with a winning treble, while Craig Williams has edged to within two wins of premiership leader Beau Mertens.

Calanda wins Ramornie for Snowden team

Calanda has given trainers Peter and Paul Snowden victory in the feature sprint at Grafton, the Ramornie Handicap.

Bowman leads premiership after double

Hugh Bowman leads the Sydney jockey's premiership with a double at Canterbury edging him in front of the suspended Brenton Avdulla.

Bowman Takes Lead In Jockeys' Premiership

Hugh Bowman has taken a half win lead in the Sydney Jockeys' Premiership after claiming the final event of the day at Canterbury.

Fradd passes 100 winners at Doomben

Robbie Fradd has become the third Queensland rider this season to pass 100 winners for the season on All Pluck at Doomben.

I Boogi gives Cameron family special win

Four-year-old I Boogi has given Russell Cameron and his son Scott the first winner of their recently-formed training partnership.

2017 Ramornie Hcp: Calanda just does enough

Peter and Paul Snowden got the prize in the 2017 Ramornie Hcp at Grafton on Wednesday as Calanda just got past the brave The Monstar.

Star Crossed Keeps On Winning

The Philip Atkins-trained Star Crossed has made it two wins from as many starts this prep by making all over 1100m at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Ruby Ride hurt in race fall at Doomben

Apprentice Ruby Ride has been taken to hospital for checks after her mount Red Magic bled and crashed through the running rail at Doomben on Wednesday.

Supido favourite for G3 Monash Stakes

Group One-placed sprinter Supido has been installed favourite for the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at his return from a spell.

Gai's Galloper Has Plenty In Reserve For Grafton Cup

Supply And Demand has been up since January but is showing no signs of slowing down.

Roger Booth remembered at Sandown

Riders have worn black arm bands as a mark of respect to Roger Booth in a race named in tribute to the late jockey at Sandown.

Hypnotist conjures up another win

Impressive Peter and Paul Snowden-trained colt Hypnotist has made it three from three with a win on his city debut at Canterbury.

Paragon to defy breeding in Queensland Cup

Sydney stayer Paragon is bred to be a sprinter but looms as a major player in the Queensland Cup over 3200 metres.

Bowman Now Half A Win Off Avdulla

Hugh Bowman has closed to within half a win of Brenton Avdulla in the Sydney Jockeys' Premiership by winning aboard Awoke at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Awoke Fires Fresh At Canterbury

Awoke has recaptured something close to her best form by winning first up at Canterbury today.

Street Impact wins narrowly on debut

Trainer Robert Smerdon is convinced Street Impact has more to offer after her narrow debut win at Sandown.

Ninth Legion perseveres for Peter Robl

Veteran gelding Ninth Legion continues to impress his trainer Peter Robl, who rode him to victory on debut five years ago.

2017 Sir John Monash Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

Final Field for the 2017 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday has ten final acceptors.

Hypnotist Remains Unbeaten

Promising Team Snowden-trained colt Hypnotist is now unbeaten from three starts after winning at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Apprentice Matt McGillivray gets a stay

Apprentice Matt McGillivray has got a stay on an increased penalty for causing interference until it goes to a Queensland Civil and Administrative hearing.

James Cummings Update

James Cummings provides an update on his Grafton Carnival runners and discusses his initial weeks as Godolphin Head Trainer.

Canterbury Track Update For Wednesday

The Australian Turf Club's track update for Wednesday's seven race program at Canterbury Racecourse

2017 Ramornie Handicap: Latest Betting

There has been a big move for the top weight in latest betting for the 2017 Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on Wednesday.

2017 Grafton Cup: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 Grafton Cup at Grafton on Thursday sees the favourite very solid.

Marcus Wilson outed on cobalt charges

Gold Coast trainer Marcus Wilson has been disqualified for 12 months after pleading guilty to two cobalt related charges.

Premiership battle to continue at Sandown

Craig Williams returns to city racing after a suspension with a strong book of rides at Sandown as he bids to close the gap on premiership leader Beau Mertens.

Victorian jockey banned for four months

Victorian jockey Patrick Holmes has pleaded guilty and been banned from racing for four months after testing positive to an unnamed drug.

Houtzen Begins Her Trek To The Everest

Toby Edmonds talks about his star filly Houtzen and her progress towards the Everest in October.

Matt Dale heading to another Highway

Amid uncertainty about the country status of Canberra trainers, Matt Dale will bring Surprise Party to Sydney for the Highway race at Rosehill.

Cosmic Reign reaches for new heights

Stephen Gleeson hopes Hugh Bowman engineers the win that proved elusive the last time the trainer came to Sydney when Cosmic Reign makes his Highway debut.

Jeweller replaces Crown as Oaks sponsor

The Australian jeweller that will sponsor the VRC Oaks for the next five years will also replace Longines as Flemington's official timekeeper.

2017 Ramornie Handicap - Trainers Rate Their Runners

Trainers give their opinions of the chances in Wednesday's 2017 Ramornie Handicap at Grafton.

2017 Grafton Cup: Tips and Race Preview

An in form horse is easy to like in the Tips and Race Preview of the 2017 Grafton Cup at Grafton on Thursday.

In-form Schism could back up at Caulfield

The Ciaron Maher-trained Schism could back up in a 1400m open handicap at Caulfield, seven days after winning the Leilani Series Final at Flemington.

Chocante to race in Sydney as Cup lead-up

New Zealander Chocante, winner of the Brisbane Cup, will do his spring racing in Australia on his way to the Melbourne Cup.

Viceroy seeks to continue admirable record

Canberra trainer Luke Pepper has a two-pronged attack at Canterbury with Viceroy finally finding a track that suits and Erins Zar earning a Sydney debut.

Yogi chases third-straight win at Sandown

Improving stayer Yogi will chase his third-straight city win when he steps up to 2100m on the Sandown Lakeside circuit.

2017 Ramornie Handicap: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on Wednesday goes for a Snowden runner to score.

2017 Sir John Monash Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday has some G1 winners amongst its short span.

Tony McEvoy Discusses Boom Colt Royal Symphony

Tony McEvoy gives his opinion on unbeaten two -year-old Royal Symphony following an impressive win at Flemington last Saturday.

Snowdens Two-Handed In 2017 Ramornie Hamdicap

Team Snowden will send two horses to Grafton for Wednesday's 2017 Ramornie Handicap with Flippant and Calanda to represent the stable.

Pariah Tuning Up For Spring With Trial Win

Smart rising three-year-old Pariah showed he was on track for the upcoming spring winning a Randwick barrier trial on Monday.

Kris Lees Trains 150th Winner For The Season

Kris Lees’ record-breaking season reached a new crescendo on Monday when a double at Tamworth lifted him to 150 wins for the 2016-17 season.

Michael Walker Returns To The Saddle

Jockey Michael Walker will return to the saddle at Pakenham on Friday having not ridden since February after undergoing surgery on both his back and hip.

Yankee Rose trials well at Doomben

Multiple Group One winner Yankee Rose has had a solid trial at Doomben as she prepares for a comeback after eight months away from racing.

Yankee Rose trials well at Doomben

Group One winner Yankee Rose has had a solid trial at Doomben as she prepares for a comeback after eight months away from racing.

2017 Grafton Cup: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are only two horses over the limit in the Final Field for the 2017 Grafton Cup at Grafton on Thursday.

Lankan Rupee continues on comeback trail

Multiple Group One winner Lankan Rupee has had his first jump-out this year as he builds towards a race return in the Bletchingly Stakes.

Dettori bids for Classic double on Enable

Epsom Oaks winner Enable remains on course to bid for a Classic double in the Irish Oaks at the Curragh.

Badajoz favourite for Ramornie Handicap

Badajoz is favourite for two sprint races over the Grafton carnival but has drawn barrier 17 in the Ramornie Handicap.

Bayliss returns to trackwork after injury

Group One-winning jockey Regan Bayliss has ridden trackwork for the first time since suffering a broken wrist as he builds towards a return to the races.

ACCC wants review of Tatts-Tabcorp deal

The ACCC wants the Federal Court to review the Australian Competition Tribunal's authorisation of the Tatts-Tabcorp merger.

Washington Heights back in Australia

Washington Heights has won a barrier trial at Randwick ahead of his return to Sydney racing after a stint in Hong Kong.

Monash Stakes target for Murt The Flirt

Murt The Flirt has been effective first-up in the past and will chase the biggest win of his career when he resumes in the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes.

Burning Passion in first start for Newnham

Mark Newnham is looking to Burning Passion to maintain his form when he runs in the Listed Winter Stakes for his new stable.

Blake Shinn's Winning U.S Stint Continues

Less than a week after riding a treble at Arlington Park, Blake Shinn returned to the track on Sunday where he posted his eighth United States winner.

Saturday Racing Recap With Alex Steedman

Racing and Sports Form Analyst Alex Steedman provides a Timeform overview of Saturday's Warwick Farm program and promising colt Royal Symphony.

2017 Ramornie Handicap: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 will run for the 2017 Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on Wednesday.

Hartnell to kick off campaign in Melbourne

Hartnell will kick off in the P B Lawrence Stakes in Melbourne to begin a campaign likely to take a different path from champion mare Winx.

2017 Sir John Monash Stakes: Nominations

There are 16 entered for the 2017 Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.

Joao Moreira sets another Hong Kong record

Champion rider Joao Moreira has set a new Hong Kong jockeys' record with his 169th winner for the season.

Godolphin's Thunder Snow wins French G1

Godolphin's Thunder Snow has won the Group One Prix Jean Prat at Chantilly.

Zed Em wins another feature steeplechase

The Patrick Payne-trained Zed Em has won the Thackeray Steeplechase at Warrnambool.

Man of His Word headed to Sydney

A frustrated Bruce Hill is considering a Sydney trip to tackle the Winter Stakes for the unlucky Man Of His Word.

Ben Currie in bid to win Queensland title

Ben Currie fears he is running out of ammunition to hold off Tony Gollan and win the Queensland trainers' premiership for the first time.

Melbourne spring aims for Savile Row

Rising four-year-old Savile Row will head across from New Zealand to trainer Mike Moroney's Flemington base to be aimed at Melbourne spring carnival races.

Houtzen on way to climb Everest

Star Queensland filly Houtzen is coming along nicely in training as she gets ready to contest the $10 million The Everest.

Mertens not cheering yet in title race

Beau Mertens has kicked four wins clear in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership, with six meetings remaining for Craig Williams to bridge the gap.

Today's Horse Racing Tips- July 9

Racing and Sports highlight our standout plays for feature Australian meetings on July 8.

QRIC is a success: Barnett

Queensland Racing Integrity Commission boss Ross Barnett says the commission had proved its worth in its first year of operation.

Sofin So Ready For South Grafton Cup

Co#ffs Harbour trainer Shannon Fry believes his talented mare Sofin is primed to go one better than her luckless second in last year’s South Grafton Cup when she returns for another crack at today’s $50,000 featur

Casino Assures Lindsay Park Of Everest Slot

The Lindsay Park stable will have a runner in the $10 million Everest after striking a slot deal with Sydney’s The Star casino.

Tom Sadler suspended for one month

Jockey Tom Sadler has been suspended for a month after being hit with an improper riding charge and a careless riding charge from the same race at Flemington.

In-form Ability wins again at Flemington

Emerging sprinter Ability has made it three wins from as many starts this campaign, taking out the Listed All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington.

Bowman premiership blitz continues at Farm

Hugh Bowman is closing in on the Sydney jockeys' premiership after riding two winners at Warwick Farm.

Cummings to embrace Godolphin challenge

James Cummings says he is relishing the prospect of becoming a better horse trainer in his role for Godolphin.

Tshahitsi wins Winter Championship Final

Tasmanian gelding Tshahitsi has notched his third Melbourne win of the preparation with a hard-fought victory in the Listed Winter Championship Series Final.

Lloyd found not at fault after complaint

Stewards have found top jockey Jeff Lloyd was not at fault after trainer Will Hulbert complained about his ride on two-year-old Showashadow.

Irish Constabulary makes up for lost time

Eight-year-old Irish Constabulary has continued to make up for his late start to racing by winning his eighth race at Doomben.

Super Haze gives McEvoy Flemington double

Five-year-old stayer Super Haze has given trainer Tony McEvoy a winning double at Flemington after an earlier win to boom colt Royal Symphony.

Kings Of Leon rated a sprinter of future

Kings Of Leon has graduated to city-class racing with a come-from-behind win at Warwick Farm.

Royal Symphony remains unbeaten

Quality two-year-old colt Royal Symphony has remained unbeaten with another dominant display in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final at his third start.

Mertens notches milestones at Flemington

Beau Mertens has extended his lead in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership to four with a Flemington treble on a day he also outrode his claim.

Nic's Vendetta takes out Highway Handicap

Country apprentice Mikayla Weir has upstaged leading jockey Corey Brown to ride her first city winner at Warwick Farm.

Mertens brings up a century for the season

Beau Mertens has ridden his 100th winner for the season in Victoria, bringing up the milestone on Schism in the Leilani Series Final at Flemington.

Tony Gollan reaches 100 winners

Trainer Tony Gollan has reached 100 winners for the season courtesy of an early double at Doomben with Khalama and She's Our Star.

Stewards order scratching of Show A Star

Stewards have ordered the withdrawal of the Simon Morrish-trained Show A Star from a race at Flemington.

Fradd says don't sack Rancho Montoya

Jockey Robbie Fradd says Rancho Montoya is still a horse to follow despite him being beaten by another promising two-year-old Ilovevegas at Doomben.

Spanish Reef wins Rivette Series Final

The Ken Keys-trained Spanish Reef has made it back-to-back city wins, taking out the Rivette Series Final at Flemington.

Cummings, Godolphin team up in dream start

Two-year-old Manicure has given James Cummings a perfect start to his role as Godolphin's head Australian trainer.

Hugh Bowman gets another winner

In the Sydney Jockey’s Premiership battle with Brenton Avdulla, Hugh Bowman closed by another one as Sayed won the staying race at Warwick Farm.

James Cummings kicks off a winner

With his first runner in the blue of Godolphin, James Cummings won the opening race at Warwick Farm.

The Cummings’ move into Leilani Lodge

With plenty of changes afoot for the Cummings clan, look at the big move for Anthony and Edward.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Flemington

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

Alex Steedman offers the Sydney Specials

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

The Star backs Hayes in Everest

The Star has backed David Hayes and Lindsay Park in The Everest but the stable's runner in the $10 million race has yet to be decided.

Today's Warwick Farm Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Sydney race meeting at Warwick Farm on July 8.

Record Nominations For 2018 Golden Slipper

The 2018 Longines Golden Slipper, the world’s richest race for two-year-olds, has drawn a record number of nominations for the $3.5 million race in 2018.

Cummings eagerly awaits debut in blue

In-form jockey Corey Brown will be hoping he can get James Cummings off to a perfect start as the 29-year-old trainer makes his debut for Godolphin.

Gear change for sprinter Rough Justice

Consistent sprinter Rough Justice will have a tongue-tie for the first time in the Listed All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

Lees Launches Strong Attack On Warwick Farm

A fitter Launch Code is ready to make his debut for his new trainer Kris Lees at Warwick Farm on Saturday.

Melanie O'Gorman has sunny disposition

Tamworth trainer Melanie O'Gorman is looking to the consistent Suncraze to break his frustrating run of second placings.

Maher with strong hand at Flemington

Trainer Ciaron Maher believes in-form Ruby Sea and Schism can make their presence felt again in their respective races on Flemington Finals Day.

Flying Light on road to Townsville

Former Victorian galloper Flying Light will take another step towards the Townsville Cup when he runs at Doomben.

Tony Gollan in Doomben onslaught

Premier trainer Tony Gollan begins a late season onslaught at Doomben with 13 runners including three chances in the open handicap.

Amovatio chases second Winter Final win

Six-year-old Amovatio will chase his second Winter Championship Series Final win when he lines up with top weight in the Listed 1600m race at Flemington.

Tegan Harrison nears 500 winners

Tegan Harrison hopes her run of long-priced winners can continue at Doomben as she nears 500 career victories.

Wynne salutes in tribute to late jockey

Mornington Racecourse will host the funeral of Roger Booth after the country hoop had a heart attack while racing in Darwin.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Davidson Preview Saturday

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos and the Daily Telegraph’s Brad Davidson offer their thoughts on the Warwick Farm card.

New Flemington stand topped by garden

Flowers will soon be blooming five storeys above Flemington racecourse with the VRC revealing a rooftop garden as a key feature of the $128m grandstand.

Sydney Spring Carnival Upgrades

Scott Kennedy looks at the changes to the Sydney Spring carnival with upgrades to many feature races.

Joe Pride looks at his Weekend hopes and Carnival changes

Joe Pride has some chances at Warwick Farm including Brook Magic in the First.

Rachel King’s Warwick Farm hopes

Rachel King has made a mark on Sydney racing and has good chances all day at Warwick Farm.

Andrew Adkins looks to Warwick Farm

One of Andrew Adkins best hopes of the weekend is Ghostly with the Godolphin runner right in it.

Vic racecourses to host jockeys' funerals

Mornington Racecourse will host the funeral of Roger Booth after the country hoop had a heart attack while racing in Darwin

Gear change for sprinter Rough Justice

Consistent sprinter Rough Justice will have a tongue-tie for the first time in the Listed All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

Jason Collett discusses his mounts today

Jason Collett has good prospects at Goulburn on Friday.

Some nice horses at the Flemington Jumpouts

A couple of carnival types went around at Flemington this morning.

The Money Trail – Goulburn, July 7

Racing and Sports finds the best-backed runners in early betting on Friday’s meeting at Goulburn.

2017 VRC Winter Championship Final: Latest Betting

There has been good money for a former winner of the race in the latest betting for the 2017 VRC Winter Championship Final at Flemington on Saturday.

2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington on Saturday sees Ability well entrenched as favourite.

2017 AR Creswick Stakes: Latest Betting

Latest betting for the 2017 AR Creswick Stakes at Flemington on Saturday shows it an open race.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Warwick Farm

Warwick Farm hosts racing on Saturday on an affected surface.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Flemington

It is Finals day at Flemington this week in Melbourne on a good surface at this stage.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Doomben returns for Saturday racing and it’s onto a good track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Gawler

One of the few times each year South Australia races at Gawler on a Saturday and it will be rain affected.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Belmont

Racing in Perth this Saturday is on a good surface at Belmont despite rain during the week.

Chris Waller Stable Update for Weekend

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

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Gingernuts gearing up for Caulfield Cup

Rosehill Guineas winner Gingernuts could stay home in New Zealand in the lead-up to the Caulfield Cup.

Suspension Spoils Stewart's Grafton Carnival

Brisbane based jockey Ronnie Stewart started the Grafton carnival with a bang on Thursday but will miss next week’s feature meetings due to a suspension.

Bowman relies on Waller to bridge gap

Hugh Bowman will rely on the support of Chris Waller-trained runners to erode Brenton Avdulla's lead in the Sydney jockey's premiership.

Changes to the Sydney spring carnival

There have major prize money increases and several date changes to the Sydney spring carnival.

Trainer Mark Thomas fined $5000

Trainer Mark Thomas has pleaded guilty to an improper conduct charge and been fined $5000.

The Everest's first jockey confirmed

Blake Shinn has been named as the first jockey taking part in the $10 million Everest before half the field has confirmed their runners.

Dunn with good chances on Finals Day

Unbeaten colt Royal Symphony and in-form sprinter Ability headline Dwayne Dunn's book of rides on Flemington Finals Day.

Mertens out to build on premiership lead

A full book of rides at Flemington gives apprentice Beau Mertens another chance to extend his lead in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership.

Salesman hits the road for Highway debut

Southern Highlands trainer Sarah Murray-Leslie will break new ground when Salesman makes his Highway Handicap debut at Warwick Farm.

Matt McGillivray on city mission

Apprentice Matt McGillivray hopes to transform his recent winning streak on the midweek and provincial circuit to more city wins.

Yendall to miss rest of season with injury

Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall is expected to be sidelined for at least four to six weeks with a fractured scapula after a fall at Mildura.

2017 VRC Winter Championship Final: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 VRC Winter Championship Final at Flemington on Saturday goes for some value in a wide market.

2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington on Saturday highlights the form out of the lead up race two weeks ago.

2017 AR Creswick Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Despite drifting, Invincible Al is well fancied in the tips and race preview for the 2017 AR Creswick Stakes at Flemington on Saturday.

2017 Grafton Cup: Nominations and Race History

A full field is expected for the 2017 Grafton Cup at Grafton on Thursday.

2017 Ramornie Handicap: Nominations and Race History

There are huge numbers entered for the 2017 Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on Wednesday.

Barbara Joseph Makes Darwin Carnival Return

It’s been many moons since Canberra trainer Barbara Joseph has had a runner at the Darwin Carnival — but that changes Saturday when Overdane takes his place in the Toxfree Handicap (13000m) at Fannie Bay.

Major boost for Sydney spring carnival

The revamped Sydney spring carnival has received a prize money boost along with changes to dates heading to the $10 million Everest race day.

Blake Shinn first to saddle up for Everest

Newhaven Park's John Kelly has confirmed Blake Shinn will be aboard English in the inaugural running of the $10 million The Everest.

Esgrimidor an anxious starter for Howlett

Todd Howlett cannot jump to conclusions about Esgrimidor's chances at Warwick Farm after the gelding's tardy behaviour in the barriers recently.

Chris Anderson on the money at Doomben

The former James Cummings-trained Colour of Money will be the first Bong Bong Cup winner to race in Brisbane when he appears at Doomben for Chris Anderson.

The Everest Highlights A Revitalised Spring Carnival

Sydney’s plans for a blockbuster global racing and entertainment event – the world’s richest race on turf, the $10 million The Everest – has received a further boost with Racing NSW and the Australian Turf Club today unveiling major improvements to Sydney’s spring racing program.

Yendall Sidelined With Injury

Dean Yendall has will be out of the saddle for up to six weeks due to injury.

Turner To Return

Western Australian apprentice jockey Jordan Turner, who is on loan to Flemington trainers Leon and Troy Corstens, will return to race riding at Bendigo tomorrow

Bulls Get Grylls For William Wallace

Bridget Grylls has been booked to ride the Adrian and Harry Bull-trained William Wallace (Darci Brahma) in the Brett Whalley & Co Handicap (1640m) at Doomben on Saturday

Count Da Vinci To Resume In Winter Championship

Hobart Cup (Gr 3, 2400m) winner Count Da Vinci (Faltaat), who was successful in six of his eight starts for trainer Scott Brunton, resumes in Saturday’s VRC-CRV Winter Championship Final (Listed, 1600m) at Flemington.

Overstep Set For Creswick Stakes

Rejuvenated stakes-placed Chris Waller trained three-year-old Overstep (Exceed And Excel) will be out to continue her strong recent form in Saturday’s A R Creswick Stakes (Listed, 1200m) at Flemington.

Royal Symphony Draws Barrier Two

Rival trainer Jerome Hunter has already conceded the Taj Rossi Series Final (Listed, 1600m) at Flemington on Saturday to unbeaten two-year-old Royal Symphony (Domesday).

Duke Of Brunswick To Resume

The Mick Price-trained Duke Of Brunswick (Magnus) is due to resume from a summer campaign in Saturday’s All Victorian Sprint Series Final (Listed, 1200m) at Flemington

RadioTAB to launch appeal for NJT

Brisbane radio station RadioTAB will hold an appeal to help the National Jockeys Trust.

Bowman bridges gap as Avdulla suspended

Sydney jockeys' premiership leader Brenton Avdulla will miss two meetings through suspension with Hugh Bowman closing the gap with a treble at Canterbury.

Thompson shines with Sandown treble

Apprentice Ben Thompson has played a starring role at Sandown with three wins on a day when premiership leader Beau Mertens went winless.

Your Way set for comeback on home track

Bjorn Baker has Your Way back from an illness-enforced spell and is eyeing black-type races in the spring after she makes her comeback at Warwick Farm.

Darryl Ward to have first Brisbane starter

Land Office will be the first Brisbane starter for experienced horseman Darryl Ward who has taken over his training from the retired Steele Ryan.

Gooree Throws Big Support Behind Mark Newnham

Trainer Mark Newnham has called on some inside knowledge in a bid to successfully begin a new association with Gooree Stud at Hawkesbury on Thursday.

Evil Cry to back up in Taj Rossi Final

The Robbie Laing-trained Evil Cry will back up in the Listed Taj Rossi Series Final over 1600m at Flemington, a week after finishing second over a sprint trip.

Calculated surges to maiden win

Calculated, a son of dual Cox Plate winner So You Think, has responded under pressure to win his first race at Canterbury.

Kelly gets double with youngsters

Trainer Les Kelly's confidence in two-year-olds Snapchat Girl and Calligrapher against older horses has been rewarded with a Gold Coast double.

Smart Coupe makes it two from two

Two-year-old filly Smart Coupe has backed up a convincing debut win at Wangaratta with a city win at her second start at Sandown.

2017 VRC Winter Championship Final: Final Field, Barriers and Market

A full field of 16 will contest the 2017 VRC Winter Championship Final at Flemington on Saturday with some of the favourites drawn out.

2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final: Final Field, Barriers and Market

In the final field for the 2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington on Saturday, there are three previous winners of the race entered.

2017 AR Creswick Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are 12 down to run in the final field for the 2017 AR Creswick Stakes at Flemington on Saturday.

Kiwi Classic Winners Could Dominate NZ Awards

The strength of the current New Zealand three-year-old crop has been emphasised by the release of finalists for the 2016-17 New Zealand Thoroughbred Horse of the Year Awards.

Darren Beadman Happy With Assistant Trainer Role

Darren Beadman speaks on his runners at Canterbury and his stint as Godolphin Head Trainer prior to James Cummings officially taking over on Saturday.

James Bester Discusses The Everest

James Bester speaks to Shawn Cosgrove on The Everest after it was nominated the TAB's slot went to the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained English.

Bowman Edges Closer In Premiership

Brenton Avdulla holds just a 4.5 win lead on Hugh Bowman in the Sydney Jockeys' Premiership after the latter won the first at Canterbury on Wednesday.

Kehoe Looking Forward To Grafton Carnival

Wyong trainer Allan Kehoe is bursting with confidence as he prepares to take an in-form team to the Grafton carnival that starts on Thursday.

Blake Shinn Thrilled With Arlington Treble

Blake Shinn speaks with Shawn Cosgrove on riding a treble at Arlington Park.

Canterbury Track Update

Track update for Wednesday's midweek meeting at Canterbury Racecourse.

Colosimo Wins Rosehill Trial

The lightly raced two-year-old Colosimo won her second barrier trial in just over a week at Rosehill yesterday.

Flamberge Wins Trial

The Darren Weir-trained Flamberge won a 900 metre barrier trial at St Arnaud yesterday as he is prepared for a tilt at the Sir John Monash Stakes.

Ramornie Next For The Monstar

Scone trainer Brett Cavanough yesterday confirmed in-form sprinter The Monstar would take his place in the Ramornie Handicap at Grafton on 12 July.

Le Romain Trials At Wyong

Multiple Group 1 winner Le Romain has had his first trial prior to an upcoming spring campaign, running fourth in an 845m Wyong heat on Wednesday morning.

English to run for the TAB in Everest

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained English has been selected by the wagering company TAB as its representative in the $10 million Everest.

Races added to Karaka Million program

Four Group races and a $1 million race for three-year-olds will enhance the next running of the Karaka Million meeting.

NZ's Johnson third in riders' championship

New Zealand jockey Danielle Johnson has finished third in the inaugural Lady Jockeys' Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden.

Moroney with three chances in Winter Final

Trainer Mike Moroney has three horses ready to contest the Winter Championship Series Final on their home track at Flemington.

William Pike to ride in Singapore Derby

Top Perth jockey William Pike will head to Singapore to ride the Laurie Laxon-trained Lim's Samurai in the Group One Singapore Derby.

First winner back for jockey Leanne Henry

Leanne Henry has ridden a winner a Muswellbrook, her first since being injured in a three-horse fall at Warialda.

Beautiful opportunity for La Chica Bella

Promising filly La Chica Bella makes her Saturday grade debut for trainer Joe Pride on her new home track at Warwick Farm.

In Her Time Joins Race For ATC's The Everest Slot

A last-minute phone call prompted trainer Ben Smith to nominate In Her Time for the Australian Turf Club's slot in The Everest.

High expectations for debutant Auchentoman

Trainer Gary Moore is ready to send out debutant Auchentoman who will aim to transfer his impressive trial form to racing at Canterbury.

Mertens can build on premiership lead

Beau Mertens will get the chance to build on his Melbourne premiership lead in the absence of rival Craig Williams at Sandown.

Donna Philpot to be farewelled at Bendigo

Popular Bendigo racing identity Donna Philpot will be farewelled at the local track after losing her life in a riding incident.

Chauffeur Settling In To Hawkes Stable

Rising three-year-old Chauffeur is settling in to the new surroundings of the Team Hawkes yard as he prepares for a spring campaign.

2017 VRC Winter Championship Final: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 VRC Winter Championship Final at Flemington on Saturday suggests it is going to be another good betting contest.

2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final: Race History

Tashbeeh will need to create some race history in the 2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington on Saturday given his weight.

2017 AR Creswick Stakes: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 AR Creswick Stakes at Flemington on Saturday shows up some very good straight track horses into the future.

Treble to Blake Shinn at Arlington

Blake Shinn has ridden a treble on the seven-race card at Arlington Park to take his tally to six during his stint in the United States.

Group 1 Goals For Team Snowden In Spring

Peter Snowden discusses his weekend winners and the spring plans for his stable stars such as Redzel, Russian Revolution, Invader and Pariah.

Cummings Takes Over At Godolphin From Saturday

Racing NSW stewards yesterday confirmed that James Cummings would officially have his first runners as private trainer for Godolphin on Saturday.

de Sousa to ride Eminent in Eclipse

Silvestre de Sousa will partner Eminent for the first time in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.

Leanne Henry Back From Fall With Muswellbrook Win

Jockey Leanne Henry guided Cosmic Reign To a win at Muswellbrook on Tuesday, her first winner since a race fall at Warialda.

First Three Winners For Damien Oliver At Geelong

Damien Oliver has ridden the first three winners at Geelong on Tuesday.

Walker returns to trackwork after injury

Jockey Michael Walker has made his return to trackwork after a lengthy injury absence, riding five horses in gallops at Caulfield.

Mertens can build on premiership lead

Beau Mertens will get the chance to build on his Melbourne premiership lead in the absence of rival Craig Williams at Sandown.

Johannes Vermeer Possible For 2017 Caulfield Cup

The Aidan O’Brien-trained Johannes Vermeer could be aimed towards the 2017 Caulfield Cup (Gr 1, 2400m) in the spring.

Yogi To Stay In Midweek Class

The Darren Weir-trained four-year-old Yogi will remain in midweek class for the time being and is being prepared for a Benchmark 78 (2100m) at Sandown Lakeside next Wednesday.

Limato to take on Caravaggio in July Cup

Harry Bentley has been recalled to ride Limato when he takes on Caravaggio in the July Cup at Newmarket.

Hayley Turner fit for jockeys' challenge

Hayley Turner has ridden a winner at Windsor as she prepares for the Lady Jockeys' Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden.

Dean Yendall out for at least two days

Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall has been sidelined for at least two days after a fall at Mildura.

First Three Winners For Damien Oliver At Geelong

Damien Oliver has ridden the first three winners at Geelong on Tuesday.

Yendall taken to hospital after fall

Jockey Dean Yendall has been taken to hospital for assessment after a fall at Mildura.

Lord Of The Sky Wins Cranbourne Trial

Enigmatic sprinter Lord Of The Sky took a big step towards his return to racing when he won a barrier trial at Cranbourne on Monday.

Amovatio entered for another Winter Final

Amovatio, winner of the 2015 Listed Winter Championship Series Final, is one of 23 nominations for this year's race and has top weight of 60kg.

Whoomph to run in Taj Rossi Series Final

Whoomph will be given his chance at Listed level at Flemington against Royal Symphony who beat him last time they met.

Lipizzan to enhance her record at home

Gary Portelli is looking to Lipizzan and Nicci's Gold to add to his two-year-old record in a season highlighted by She Will Reign's Golden Slipper.

Rekindling wins in Ireland for Williams

Lloyd Williams has celebrated a victory with Rekindling in the Curragh Cup with trainer Joseph O'Brien to look at the Irish St Leger with the colt.

Former Freedman Fillies Taking Different Paths

Frolic and Teaspoon, two of the leading two-year-old fillies of the current season, are facing different spring futures following the departure for Hong Kong of their original trainer Michael Freedman.

Jockeys Take On The Kokoda Track For Charity

Champion jockey Hugh Bowman and fellow riders Kathy O’Hara, Corey Brown and Stephen Baster will undertake a fund raising trek for charity across the Kokoda Track in Papua New Guinea.

O’Brien Looks To Australia

On a cold windy day at the Curragh, champion trainer Aidan O’Brien added a record twelfth Irish Derby to his imposing record, his 63rd win for 2017 and 10th group one win so far this season.

Schism Could Be A Championship Ride For Mertens

Promising mare Schism could be a key ride for apprentice Beau Mertens when he attempts to extend his Melbourne riding premiership lead over the suspended Craig Williams at Flemington on Saturday.

Dwayne Dunn To Ride Ability In Sprint Final

Dwayne Dunn has picked up the ride on the last start winner Ability in Saturday's All Victorian Sprint final at Flemington.

2017 VRC Winter Championship Final: Nominations

There will be a full field over the mile in the 2017 VRC Winter Championship Final at Flemington on Saturday.

2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final: Nominations

A good field will take place in the 2017 All Victorian Sprint Series Final at Flemington on Saturday.

2017 AR Creswick Stakes: Nominations

15 are entered for the 2017 AR Creswick Stakes at Flemington on Saturday down the straight.

Bayliss closing in on return to the saddle

Young jockey Regan Bayliss has received a positive report about his recovery from a broken wrist and will return to trackwork in another week.

Lord Of The Sky wins Cranbourne trial

The Robbie Laing-trained Lord Of The Sky has won a barrier trial at Cranbourne ahead of his return to racing.

Le Romain ready to trial and scale Everest

Connections of Le Romain and Global Glamour believe both are worthy candidates for the $10 million Everest.

Injured Regan Bayliss Cleared To Resume

Victorian jockey Regan Bayliss has been cleared to resume race riding later this month.

Godolphin Trio Set For Grafton Carnival

The powerful Godolphin stable has short listed three horses for feature races at next week’s Grafton Cup carnival.

Wyong Trial For Le Romain

Triple Group One winner Le Romain has been entered for a barrier trial at Wyong on Wednesday.

ATC to scrutinise Everest candidates

The Australian Turf Club has been inundated with applications for its slot in The Everest.

US Trainer Keen To Scale Everest Heights

Globetrotting American trainer Wesley Ward has put forward his untapped sprinter Bound For Nowhere as a contender for The Everest at Randwick in October.

Tashbeeh, Ruettiger to run in Sprint Final

Last-start Listed winner Tashbeeh and defending champion Ruettiger are set to line up for the Lindsay Park stable in the All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

Prizemoney Boost For New Zealand Racing

Feature and Premier 2 race meetings in New Zealand racing will receive a $NZ2 million prizemoney boost next season.

Qld Derby winner Ruthven goes to HK

Queensland Derby winner Ruthven is to join the John Moore stable in Hong Kong.

Qld Stewards again give arsenic warning

Queensland stewards have again warned trainers about the dangers of arsenic in some wood products after another positive swab case.

Treble not enough for Browne at Coast

A treble at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday probably won't be enough for Damian Browne to catch Jeff Lloyd in the Caloundra premiership.

Aidan O'Brien wins 12th Irish Derby

Capri has won the Irish Derby to give trainer Aidan O'Brien a 12th success in the Classic.

Irish Derby 2017 - Post Race Interview

John Magnier and Aidan O'Brien face the media after winning the 2017 Irish Derby with Capri.

Jockey dies of suspected heart attack

Popular Victorian jockey Roger Booth has died of a suspected heart attack after riding in a race at Darwin.

Beau Mertens takes premiership lead again

Craig Williams has lost the lead to Beau Mertens in the Melbourne jockeys' premiership and copped a careless riding suspension.

Consolation win for Gold Symphony

Gold Symphony has erased the disappointment of the Stradbroke Handicap with victory in the Civic Stakes at Rosehill.

Supply and Demand wins Caloundra Cup

Sydney stayer Supply and Demand has produced a great front-running display to win the Listed Caloundra Cup.

Hyeronimus makes most of call-up

After a late call-up, Adam Hyeronimus has ridden Monsieur Gustave to win the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at Caloundra.

Gallic Chieftain wins on Sydney debut

French import Gallic Chieftain claimed the Winter Cup when racing for the first time in Sydney to underline his credentials for Melbourne in the spring.

Browne wins Guineas from the front

Damian Browne has used front-running tactics on Crack Me Up to win his third Sunshine Coast Guineas in the past four years.

Happy return home for Calanda

Calanda has returned to Rosehill in style after a tough Queensland winter carnival to give the Snowdens successive winners.

Nesbo gives Krongold a win to remember

Kyneton trainer Dean Krongold has celebrated his first Saturday city winner, with recent addition Nesbo successful at Caulfield.

Stockdales team up for another city win

Unique Lovely, a filly trained by Frankie Stockdale and ridden by the trainer's son Brandon, has notched her third-straight success with victory at Caulfield.

Hansen witnesses Bring It Home Pop win

Darryl Hansen missed one of his biggest wins recently but made sure he was on hand to see Bring It Home Pop win the McLachlan Memorial at Caloundra.

Charnley River to race in United States

Group One-placed Charnley River will be sent to the United States to race after bleeding for a second time.

2017 Sunshine Coast Guineas: Crack Me Up bolts in

Coming back to 3yo company, Crack Me Up scored in the 2017 Sunshine Coast Guineas at Caloundra on Saturday.

2017 Glasshouse Handicap: Monsieur Gustave continues his good form

Making it consecutive Listed wins, Monsieur Gustave took out the 2017 Glasshouse Handicap at Caloundra on Saturday.

2017 Caloundra Cup: Supply And Demand leads all the way

In a tough front running effort, Supply And Demand ran them along to score in the 2017 Caloundra Cup at Caloundra on Saturday.

Travis Wolfgram replaced after collapse

Jockey Travis Wolfgram has been ruled out of the remainder of the meeting at Rosehill after collapsing following the Winter Cup.

2017 Civic Stakes: Gold Symphony gets a deserved win

Coming off a top run in the Stradbroke, Gold Symphony won the 2017 Listed Civic Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.

Itsa Fait Accompli in Highway win

Itsa Fait Accompli has won the Highway Handicap at Rosehill for Gundagai trainer David Blundell.

Rustic Melody strikes the right note

Durable mare Rustic Melody wins for the first time in over a year to give Sydney premiership-chasing jockey Hugh Bowman an early double at Rosehill.

Kiwia gets first city win at Caulfield

Up-and-coming stayer Kiwia has made it three wins from five starts in his first preparation with a city victory over 2000m at Caulfield.

2017 Winter Cup: Gallic Chieftain grounds them down

Darren Weir is now getting the results in Sydney as Gallic Chieftain won the 2017 Listed Winter Cup at Rosehill on Saturday.

Insensata gets revenge over Just Dreaming

After being headed by Just Dreaming when they last met, Insensata has reversed the positions at Rosehill.

Lone Eagle's Caulfield win gives Price 100

Two-year-old colt Lone Eagle has brought up the 100th nation-wide win for the season for Caulfield trainer Mick Price.

Darren Beadman a winner on final day

Badajoz has ensured Darren Beadman goes out a winner on his last day as interim Godolphin trainer with victory at the Sunshine Coast.

Hualalai makes amends at Rosehill

Raw colt Hualalai redeemed himself after a last-start glitch at Rosehill by recording his second win in emphatic fashion on Saturday.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Caulfield

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

Alex Steedman offers the Sydney Specials

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

Today's Racing Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Winter Cup meeting at Rosehill and the Caloundra Cup meeting at the Sunshine Coast on July 1.