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BRC chasing Villiers placegetters

The Brisbane Racing Club is hoping to attract all three placegetters from Saturday's Villiers Stakes to run in the Bernborough Handicap.

Christophe Soumillon sets European record

Christophe Soumillon has become the most successful European Flat jockey in a calendar year.

Lindsay Park pair in form for Dubai trip

Faatinah and Shaf have won Flemington jump-outs in preparation for their trip Dubai for the World Cup carnival.

Goldsbury suspended on handling charge

Apprentice Rebecca Goldsbury has been suspended for a second time on a handling charge after a ride at Toowoomba.

Crack Me Up wins Group Two Villiers Stakes

Queenslander Crack Me Up has had to call on all his reserves to win in a thrilling finish to the GroupTwo Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Kerrin McEvoy injured in pre-race mishap

Kerrin McEvoy has suffered a broken bone in his hand in a pre-race incident at Randwick.

Suspension for Collett, out for 6 meetings

Villiers Stakes-winning jockey Jason Collett has been suspended for careless riding at Randwick.

Double and a suspension for Ben Thompson

Racing Victoria stewards have suspended apprentice Ben Thompson for 12 meetings on a careless riding charge after he rode a double at Caulfield.

Racing and cricket success for Mark Waugh

Mark Waugh has deputised for his trainer wife Kim after Uptown Lad's win at Randwick while keeping a close eye on the cricket.

Zestful aims at Magic Millions qualifier

Zestful will make another attempt to qualify for the Magic Millions fillies and mares race after winning the Razor Sharp Handicap at Randwick.

Sedanzer earns shot at Group Three race

Randwick-trained mare Sedanzer extended her perfect preparation with a comfortable victory in her first start on her home track.

Irish Bet proves a good gamble for O'Shea

Irish Bet has signalled he could be a star of John O'Shea's new stable with victory in the Inglis Nursery.

'Confident' Vassal claims Christmas Cup

Durable stayer Vassal rediscovered his confidence in Queensland and a favourable weight also played a part in his Christmas Cup victory at Randwick.

Victorem confirms promise in Randwick win

Victorem has caused his owners and trainer Jenny Graham some anxious moments before registering a Randwick win.

Gollan dominates Doomben with four winners

Tony Gollan got his fourth winner for the day when Most Important won back-to-back Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben.

Whypeeo back to best form in Gold Edition

Gold Coast galloper Whypeeo has returned to his best form, to led all the way to win the Listed Gold Edition Stakes at Doomben.

Less trackwork the better for Pinch River

Tough gelding Pinch River has responded to a training regime of doing nothing by winning the Listed Bribie Handicap at Doomben.

Emphasis to chase Magic Millions wildcard

The return to a dry track has helped Emphasis win the Cascade Quality to a chance of a wildcard into the Magic Millions Cup.

Ef Troop storms into Millions favouritism

Trainer Tony Gollan has given Ef Troop a glowing recommendation after the colt earned Magic Millions Classic favouritism with his Phelan Ready Stakes win.

Barbie goes boom to land Doomben feature

Trainer Tony Gollan has trained a feature-race double for two-year-olds with progeny of former outstanding sprinter Spirit Of Boom.

Crystal Dreamer adds to tally at Caulfield

The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained Crystal Dream registered his 10th career win when successful in the Catanach's Jewellers Handicap at Caulfield.

Shoreham breaks four-year winless drought

Flemington trainer Saab Hasan felt a great deal of pride after Shoreham broke through for his first win in more than four years at Caulfield.

Villiers Stakes: Crack Me Up with a rattling run

In a thrilling edition of the Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday, the Queenslander Crack Me Up was able to run down the runaway leader Cabeza De Vaca

Late Randwick scratching sweet for Anatola

Anatola has won convincingly at Randwick after the favourite Sugar Bella was scratched due to jockey Kerrin McEvoy injuring his hand on the way to the barriers.

Right2Drive Hcp: Sedanzer is one on the rise

Making it three on the trot, Sedanzer showed she was a horse for the future in winning the Right2Drive Handicap at Randwick on Saturday.

Adelaide connection pays off for Caserta

After riding his first metropolitan double at Mornington during the week, apprentice Chris Caserta has added to his tally at Caulfield.

Aqua Vite cheats death to win at Doomben

Gold Coast galloper Aqua Vite has beaten death twice to score his first city win at Doomben.

Ollivander impresses on debut at Caulfield

Ollivander has overcome a slow start to score an impressive debut win in the Evergreen Turf Plate at Caulfield.

Family affair for Gollan in Doomben win

Premier trainer Tony Gollan was under pressure before the race but none during it as I'm A Rippa won at Doomben.

Savatiano secures second win

Godolphin filly Savatiano has won the second race of her career after conditions worked in her favour at Randwick.

Villiers Stakes Day Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the 2017 Villiers Stakes meeting at Randwick on December 16 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 Sydney Specials

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

Qld trainer in 18-month disqualification

Toowoomba trainer Lex Fraser has been disqualified for 18 months after stewards found two of his horses were in the care of former Group One trainer Ron Maund.

Luxbet Closes Down On December 22

Luxbet, the original bookmaking arm of Tabcorp, will cease operations on December 22.

Baker cautious about Miss Invincible

Trainer Bjorn Baker is taking nothing for granted despite Miss Invincible's favouritism for the Inglis Nursery at Randwick.

Dreamforce responds well to gelding

John Thompson says gelding Dreamforce before this preparation has been the catalyst for the five-year-old's improvement.

Super Ex continues development at Doomben

Impressive colt Super Ex kicks off his lead-in to the Magic Millions carnival when he makes his first start in Queensland in the Gold Edition Plate at Doomb

Ragged Rascal now a calmer character

A better-behaved Ragged Rascal has earned a the opportunity to run in a rich juvenile race at Randwick.

Busuttin thinks Montaser's up to city task

After a debut Mornington victory, Montaser heads straight to town and a step up in distance at Caulfield.

Gollan aims for third-straight Lough Neagh

Most Important is getting back to his best form and trainer Tony Gollan hopes the gelding can give him a third-straight win in the Lough Neagh Stakes.

Salsonic back on track to target Villiers

Jason Coyle is confident a return to Randwick will boost Salsonic's chances to claim the Villiers Stakes, the focal point of the gelding's campaign.

Dreamer chasing another Caulfield win

Despite the outside draw and top weight, Crystal Dreamer is favourite to win his race at Caulfield.

Winx, Redzel to promote winter carnival

The Brisbane Racing Club will use the success of superstars Winx and Redzel to help promote it winter carnival which will now be run at Doomben.

Monsieur Gustave has weight problem

Monsieur Gustave will have to carry the second highest weight in the 60-year history of the Lough Neagh Stakes if he is to win his fifth straight stakes rac

Heavy Etah James chasing winning hat-trick

Lightly raced stayer Etah James is looking to extend her winning sequence at Caulfield following victories at Geelong and Ballarat.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Gray Preview Saturday

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

Scone Preview

Scone race on a Good 4 this Friday.

Goodfella to follow winning ways

Improving Goodfella is ready to emulate his stablemate Winning Rupert and give trainer Bjorn Baker back to back Gold Edition Plates at Doomben.

Snoopy to avenge close defeat

After an unlucky third in a stakes race at his first start for trainer Chris Munce, Snoopy gets a chance to atone at Doomben.

2017 Villiers Stakes: Latest Betting

It could easily be 7-2 the field at the end of betting the 2017 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

2017 AJ Scahill Stakes: Latest Betting

Looks a good betting race in the 2017 AJ Scahill Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Randwick

Randwick holds the prestigious Villiers meeting this weekend.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Caulfield

Back to Caulfield for the first time since Cup day.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

Some feature races are in play during the Summer Queensland carnival.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Morphettville Parks hosts most of the Adelaide races on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

The AJ Scahill Stakes is run at Ascot on Saturday.

Three-month ban for Turner over betting

Hayley Turner, Britain's most successful female jockey, has been suspended for three months for betting offences.

11 riders graduate RV's apprentice program

Eight females are among 11 jockeys to graduate from Racing Victoria's Apprentice Jockey Training Program.

Hot weather forces Echuca meeting transfer

A forecast top temperature of 41 degrees has prompted Racing Victoria to hold over the next Echuca meeting for two days.

Eagle Farm to remain closed for winter

Queensland officials have announced Eagle Farm racecourse will be closed during next year's winter carnival with most meetings to be at Doomben.

Villiers time for import Mister Sea Wolf

Chris Waller's team is hoping for a win in the Villiers at Randwick on Saturday from recent Irish import Mister Sea Wolf, in just his second Australian st

Melham answers Portelli SOS for Villiers

Ben Melham has an opportunity to continue a successful association with trainer Gary Portelli when he rides Testashadow in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick

Jenny Graham brings favourites to Randwick

Port Macquarie trainer Jenny Graham is looking for double trouble at Randwick with stablemates Victorem and Awesome Pluck, firming as favourites.

Rare road trip to Sydney for Brett Lunney

Toowoomba trainer Brett Lunney will return to Sydney for the first time in many years when his team of two start as outsiders at Randwick.

Key facts about the 1600m Villiers Stakes

A look at the key facts of the Group Two Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Schweida can't split star three-year-olds

Kelly Schweida has been forced to run star three-year-olds Shogun Sun and Cellargirl in the same lead-up races to the Magic Millions Guineas.

Toby Edmonds stablemates to improve

Trainer Toby Edmonds is back from a short holiday and hopeful Col 'N' Lil and Whypeeo can give him a stakes double at Doomben.

Fred Kersley doubles up at Geelong

Apprentice Fred Kersley has landed his first Victorian double, scoring on the Lindsay Park-trained pair Misty Rock and Young Hostess at Geelong.

Quick back-up for Onerous at Caulfield

After finishing a closing fourth at Pakenham, Onerous is being given another chance a week later over 1440m at Caulfield.

Williams eyes first city win at Caulfield

Mornington trainer Daniel Williams will have his first city starter when Valiant Spirit runs over 1700m at Caulfield.

Sunlight may need more racing to shine

Trainer Tony McEvoy's Magic Millions Classic hopefuls Sunlight and Crockett will step out at Doomben.

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.

Randwick track update for this Saturday

Nevesh Ramdhani, Randwick Track Manager, updates on the course proper.

2017 AJ Scahill Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 AJ Scahill Stakes at Ascot on Saturday stay with a horse who was so good last time.

ORourke to start From Within at Canterbury

Trainer Edward O'Rourke has decided to start From Within at Canterbury rather than Randwick.

Lindsay Park pair set for Caulfield debuts

Two-year-olds Ennis Hill and Via Regina are set to launch their racing careers for Lindsay Park in the Evergreen Turf Plate at Caulfield.

Pierata is a promising 3yo for Greg Hickman

After an impressive first up win, Pierata should only keep improving for Greg Hickman.

Monsieur Gustave just keeps winning

With four wins spread over a spell, Monsieur Gustave is flying for Darryl Hansen.

Ballina Preview

Ballina race on a Good 3 this Thursday.

Jenny Graham has two nice resumers at Randwick

Two young horses first up will run for Jenny Graham on Saturday.

Mark Newnham’s Super Ex chases four in a row in the Gold Edition

Resuming from a strong form race at Randwick, Super Ex takes on Listed grade for the first time for Mark Newnham.

Aidan Rodley looks at the New Zealand scene

Te Rapa has a big day on the weekend and Aidan Rodley previews.

Danny Williams has his team on the home course

Danny Williams plays from home today with some young horses in.

Emma Longmire has a big team at Goulburn

A large squad head to Goulburn for Emma and Lucy Longmire.

Matthew Paget has a big book at Ballina

With chances in most races, Matthew Paget could bring home a winner or two.

Ringo to rock in Roberts's tribute race

Long-serving Doomben track manager Jim Roberts will be honoured with a race in his name at the track.

QRIC chases $100,000 in unpaid fines

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission is chasing more than $100,000 in unpaid fines.

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.

2017 Villiers Stakes: Tips and Race Preview

Happy to stick with in form horses in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Ben Allen rides two winners in NZ

Apprentice Ben Allen has ridden two winners on his first visit to Auckland's Ellerslie racecourse.

Brad Rawiller cops Mornington suspension

After riding Ulmann in Perth, jockey Brad Rawiller will be sidelined after incurring a careless riding suspension at Mornington.

Interlocuter favoured to claim G2 Villiers

Godolphin import Interlocuter is poised to use his black-type debut in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick as a launching pad towards the Doncaster Mile.

Liam Birchley in two-state stakes attack

Stablemates Havasay and Crack Me Up will contest stakes races in Brisbane and Sydney respectively for trainer Liam Birchley.

Jumps regime to put spark in Shalmaneser

Trainer Richard Litt hopes a tweaked training regime can inspire Shalmaneser to a confidence-boosting win in the Listed Christmas Cup at Randwick.

Canyonero to step out in Inglis Nursery

Mark Newnham will have three runners in the $500,000 Inglis Nursery, spearheaded by Pierro colt Canyonero.

Millions hopeful responds to gear switch

The addition of ear muffs have helped Gold Coast winner Absolutlypositivly to become a genuine hope for the Magic Millions Guineas.

Ardoyne Road out of Millions contention

Brilliant first-up winner Ardoyne Road will miss the Magic Millions 2YO Classic but a Golden Slipper campaign remains an option.

Confidence the key for Caserta in double

Apprentice Chris Caserta has ridden his first metropolitan double in Melbourne guiding Raymax and Elegant Queen to victory at Mornington.

Caulfield run to decide Magic Millions bid

The Matt Cumani-trained Anthemoessa is racing at Caulfield to confirm a spot in the Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast.

Father, son chasing city win at Caulfield

Mick Cerchi and his son Luke have a bigger race in mind for Sadaqa after the eight-year-old runs in the Ladbrokes Open Handicap at Caulfield.

Scahill Stakes - Last Chance For Weir and Rawiller

Champion Victorian trainer Darren Weir and his stable jockey Brad Rawiller will be hoping to turn around their Perth carnival fortunes in Saturday’s G3 Scahill Stakes at Ascot.

2017 Villiers Stakes: Final Field, Barriers and Market

In what shapes as a good betting race, there are 15 to run in the 2017 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

2017 AJ Scahill Stakes: Final Field and Barriers

Only nine are down to take part in the 2017 AJ Scahill Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Trainer Michael Quadara to front RAD Board

Racing Victoria stewards have charged Seymour trainer Michael Quadara with misconduct.

Goulburn Honors Fred Cooper

Fred Cooper, one the NSW racing industry’s most enduring and hard-working figures, will be honoured at Goulburn on Thursday with the running of the Fred Cooper Cup.

2017 AJ Scahill Stakes: Nominations

Looks an even lot to run in the 2017 AJ Scahill Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Cavanough pleads for rain for The Monstar

Trainer Brett Cavanough is on weather-watch for smart sprinter The Monstar ahead of the Razor Sharp Handicap.

Shinn OK to ride Millions favourite Bondi

The Racing Appeals NSW panel has given Blake Shinn a Magic Millions lead-up lifeline after reducing the terms of the leading jockey's suspension.

Heathcote sweats on inside Villiers gate

Eagle Farm trainer Robert Heathcote believes a good barrier is essential for Hopfgarten's winning chances in the Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Moloney returns for another NZ experience

Melbourne jockey Patrick Moloney is making another trip to New Zealand for trainer Mike Moroney.

Infamous trainer Hayden Haitana dead at 72

Hayden Haitana, the trainer at the centre of the Fine Cotton ring-in scandal, has died in South Australia, aged 72.

Kennewell Doubles Up At Wyong Magic Millions

South Australian trainer Lloyd Kennewell will have a two-pronged attack toward his Magic Millions quest when he makes his maiden trip to Wyong next week.

Hunter keeping options open with Belwazi

Trainer Jerome Hunter will be watching acceptances to decide the weaker of two options for Belwazi as the mare attempts to extend her winning sequence.

Valderrama out for turf win at Mornington

With five career wins to his credit, Valderrama will be attempting to secure his first on a turf track when he runs first-up over 1200m at Mornington.

Funeral date set for jockey Samara Johnson

Mourners have been asked to wear jeans, boot and the colour purple when jockey Samara Johnson is farewelled at the Toompang Racecourse in Young.

2017 Villiers Stakes: All In Market and Race History

Race History of the 2017 Villiers Stakes run at Randwick on Saturday shows it throwing up some top milers of the past and present.

RV Stewards Ban Tony Vasil Nominations

Racing Victoria stewards have placed a ban on nominations from trainer Tony Vasil due to his failure to attend a stewards hearing.

Laing horse banned from racing for a year

Stewards are continuing investigations into the detection of a banned anabolic steroid in a blood sample taken from the Robbie Laing-trained Little Indian.

Racing NSW to assist Canberra participants

Sydney trainer Pat Webster will head a group to offer support to Canberra racing participants after an accident in which local rider Samara Johnson was kille

Red Excitement back to old self: Ryan

Trainer Gerald Ryan is convinced Red Excitement has found his form again ahead of the Group Two Villiers Stakes.

Caulfield race next on Vinland's agenda

After an impressive win at Sandown last start, promising colt Vinland is scheduled to run over 1700 metres at Caulfield.

Villiers Stakes - Interlocuter Dominant Opening Favourite

The classy James Cummings trained import Interlocuter is the opening favourite to win the $250,000 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

2017 Villiers Stakes: Nominations

An excellent lot of entries for 2017 Villiers Stakes at Randwick on Saturday.

Tracey Pelling new integrity unit boss

Experienced police officer Tracey Pelling has been announced as the new boss of the integrity unit at the Queensland Racing Integrity Commission.

Pony Power set to trial before Doomben

Magic Millions hopeful Pony Power will have a barrier trial before a decision is made whether she returns in the Calaway Gal Stakes at Doomben.

Queenslanders Heading South For The Villiers

Classy Queenslander Crack Me Up remains on track to start in Saturday’s $250,000 Villiers Stakes at Randwick despite finishing only fourth at Doomben in his final lead-up last Saturday.

Magic Millions Classic - The Heat Is On

The race to the $2 million Magic Millions Classic will go up a gear this weekend with top stables setting their two-year-olds for important lead-up races.

Music Magnate on comeback trail

The Bjorn Baker-trained Music Magnate has won a barrier trial to signal he is ready to return to racing after injury.

Nash Rawiller wins his first Hong Kong G1

Mr Stunning's success in the Hong Kong Sprint has given jockey Nash Rawiller his first Group One win in Hong Kong.

Australian Pattern Committee Commended

The increase in Black Type races and prizemoney over the past 5 years has highlighted the ongoing commitment of the industry in improving its racing.

Britain Adopts Australia's Welfare Reforms

Equine welfare measures introduced last year by Racing Australia are now being adopted internationally.

2017 AJ Scahill Stakes: Race History

Horses from the Winterbottom make up much of the Race History of the 2017 AJ Scahill Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Veteran Extra Zero Retired After 109 Starts

Lindsay Park’s evergreen veteran Extra Zero has been retired after 109 starts that earned him more than $1.7 million prizemoney.

Australian Cup Plans For Abbey Marie

Australasian Oaks winner Abbey Marie has resumed training with the G1 Australian Cup at the top of her list of goals in the autumn.

Vet Examination For Black Heart Bart

Beaten Kingston Town Classic Black Heart Bart was found to be lame on Sunday.

Fradd takes premiership lead

Robbie Fradd has used Jeff Lloyd's absence to sweep to the lead in the Brisbane jockeys' premiership.

Extra Zero retired after 109 starts

Veteran Extra Zero has been retired by Lindsay Park Racing after 109 starts which included seven wins and 33 placings.

Victoria wins Origin series in Queensland

Clare Lindop has won on Witness at the Sunshine Coast to steer Victoria to victory in the Origin Challenge series run over three days in Queensland.

Trapeze Artist to be aimed at Guineas

The Randwick Guineas is the next Group One target for Golden Rose winner Trapeze Artist who is back in work at Rosehill.

Waller Lines Up Small Team For Villiers Stakes

The Chris Waller stable may have only two starters in Saturday’s $250,000 Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Ben Allen ready to compete without a claim

Victorian apprentice Ben Allen will compete against the senior jockeys without a claim after notching his 80th city winner.

Gollan-trained pair ready for Millions

Trainer Tony Gollan will run Magic Millions Classic hopefuls Ef Troop and debutante Outback Barbie at Doomben.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on December 9.

Highland Reel bows out with G1 win

Irish horse Highland Reel has made his last start a winning one, taking out the Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin.

Injured Vega Magic Sits Out The Autumn

Crack sprinter Vega Magic will miss the autumn after suffering an injury in a paddock accident during an electrical storm.

Written By to be aimed at autumn features

Trainer Grahame Begg is hoping promising two-year-old colt Written By can make an impact in feature juvenile races in both Melbourne and Sydney.

Highly Geared unable to ease Kirkup's pain

Hospitalised trainer Garry Kirkup has watched in physical and emotional pain as Highly Geared ran in the memory of his partner Samara Johnson at Rosehill.

Australian Group One winners 2017

Winx, trainer Chris Waller and jockey Hugh Bowman have set new marks during the year.

Group One winners 2017

Australian Group One winners for 2017.

New Perth Cup Rider For Trap For Fools

Champion jockey Douglas Whyte is resigned to giving up the the Perth Cup ride on dominant local stayer Trap For Fools due to the restrictions imposed on Hong Kong-based jockeys competing in overseas races.

William Pike Suspended After Kingston Town Classic

Champion Perth jockey William Pike has been suspended for a four weeks after causing severe interference in the early stages of the $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot.

Pounamu wins Kingston Town Classic

Pounamu has claimed the final Group One race of the year in Australia, the Kingston Town Classic at Ascot in Perth.

Amadeus wins VOBIS Gold Bullion

Despite being disadvantaged under the weight scale of the VOBIS Gold Bullion at Pakenham, five-year-old Amadeus has raced to victory in the $120,000 event

King Darci makes amends for Martin

King Darci completed a double for Rosehill trainer Tim Martin at his home track after bouncing back from a disappointing performance.

Kah shows her class in Brisbane Handicap

South Australia's Jamie Kah has shown why she is so highly rated with a great ride to win the Listed Brisbane Handicap on Cantbuybetter at Doomben.

Like A Carousel wins Pakenham Cup

Trainer Ken Keys' decision to give veteran stayer Like A Carousel a summer preparation has reaped a reward, with the gelding taking out the Listed Pakenham Cup.

Nozi repays owners' faith at Doomben

Veteran jockey Nozi Tomizawa has repaid the faith of Sylpheed's owners by guiding the mare at a win in the Listed Just Now Quality.

Lee Magorrian wins two, loses one

Apprentice Lee Magorrian has the made the most of his opportunities on Invinzabeel and King Darci at Rosehill but lost the chance to ride Single Bullet.

Test The World racks up sixth victory

Test The World has recorded the sixth win of her 10-start career at Rosehill, in a race that served as a tribute to jockey Samara Johnson.

NSW take lead in Origin Jockeys

NSW will take a narrow lead into the final day of the Origin Jockeys Challenge at Caloundra after a win and third at Doomben.

Tried And Tired scores upset Pakenham win

Eight-year-old Tried And Tired has raced to an upset win at Pakenham, with odds-on favourite Jungle Edge finishing a close third under a big weight.

Pike, Bowditch outed at different venues

Jockeys Willie Pike and Joe Bowditch have received hefty suspensions for separate incidents at different venues.

Everest winnings to fund cancer research

More than $33,000 - a cut of Everest prize money - was donated to the Mark Hughes Foundation for brain cancer research from the ATC and Australian Bloodstock.

2017 Pakenham Cup: Like A Carousel goes around and around

In a big upset, Like A Carousel rounded them up to win the 2017 Pakenham Cup at Pakenham on Saturday.

Gambler's Blues comes up trumps

Tim Martin-trained gelding Gambler's Blues has ended a 10-race losing streak with his first career win on his home track at Rosehill.

Brown guides O'Lonera to Pakenham win

Apprentice Ethan Brown has guided the Cindy Alderson-trained O'Lonera to his first win in 16 months in a 2000m race at Pakenham.

Noire to be aimed at black type

Noire has taken another step towards better races with her first Saturday-class win at Rosehill.

Zofonic Dancer now a Derby horse

Trainer Robert Heathcote has ticked another box in his plan to run Zofonic Dancer in the Queensland Derby, with the gelding winning at Doomben.

Graham among harness drivers charged

Shane Graham, Queensland's leading harness racing driver, is one of three more people charged with race-fixing.

Magic Choir on song in Highway Handicap

Magic Choir has won his metropolitan debut at Rosehill with a classy win in the Highway Handicap for Muswellbrook trainer Todd Howlett.

Blue Book makes it three on end at Doomben

Smart Gold Coast two-year-old Blue Book has made it three wins from three after with an impressive performance at Doomben.

Bel Sonic wins opener on Pakenham Cup day

Bel Sonic has raced to a win at Pakenham in his first race since September on the way to a start in the Magic Millions Guineas.

Gongs sounds warning to Slipper rivals

Impressive Godolphin filly Gongs has maintained an unbeaten start to her career at Rosehill as she targets a return for the Golden Slipper.

Dunn suspended for careless riding

Leading Melbourne jockey Dwayne Dunn has been suspended for 13 days for causing interference in a Jockeys Origin race at Doomben.

Alex Steedman offers his Sydney Specials

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

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Pakenham

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

Today's Rosehil Preview with Chris Scholtz

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

English trainer Peter Walwyn dies

Former champion British trainer Peter Walwyn has died at the age of 84.

25 racehorses killed by California fire

At least 25 horses have died and two trainers have been hurt after fire swept through a training centre in California.

Audio News Hugh Bowman LONGINES Champion Jockey Audio

Australia's Hugh Bowman talks to Gary Crispe after winning the Longines World Champion Jockey Award for 2017.

Bowman named world's best jockey

Hugh Bowman has been named as the world's best jockey - the first Australian to win the award.

Bowman named world's best jockey

Hugh Bowman has been named as the world's best jockey - the first Australian to win the award.

Single Bullet aims for Magic Millions shot

Gary Portelli is giving Single Bullet two opportunities to earn a trip to the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas, starting with a race against older horses at Rosehill.

Kiwis take early lead in Origin

New Zealand has taken the early lead in the Origin jockeys series in Brisbane with a first and a second on the first of three days at Doomben.

Mornington seeks first Australian success

English import Mornington is considered a strong chance to win for the first time in Australia as one of Chris Waller's seven contenders in a race at Rosehill.

Wet could delay Making Mayhem's return

A tendon injury has kept Making Mayhem on the sidelines for more than a year ahead of his possible return over 1000m at Pakenham.

Countercurrent on notice to perform

Trainer Bjorn Baker says Countercurrent has to win her first start in Sydney at Rosehill to have any chance of qualifying for the Magic Millions race day.

Eawase seeks to emulate Mum's magic moment

Eawase, the first foal to race from 2011 Magic Millions 2YO Classic winner Karuta Queen, will take a significant step towards emulating her mother at Rosehill.

Eurell expects good run from Fontein Lad

Trainer Greg Eurell has been delighted with Fontein Lad since his last-start second at Cranbourne and expects a good showing from the gelding at Pakenham.

King Of The North deserves metro chance

Caloundra galloper King Of The North's first-up win on his home track has earned him a crack at a top class two-year-old field at Doomben.

Carey hopes for longshot in Pakenham Cup

Khartoum may have only won a maiden at Bendigo but his trainer Pat Carey sees the 2500 metres of the Pakenham Cup suiting the stayer.

Burning Front aiming for Gold at Pakenham

Burning Front will be out to snap a six-race winless run when he heads to Pakenham for another lucrative race restricted to VOBIS Gold nominated horses.

Apprentice English earns Steel Zip ride

Trainer Pat Duff has rewarded country apprentice Hannah English for her hard work with the ride on veteran Steel Zip at Doomben.

Guy partnership have city double chance

The father and son training partnership of Bryan and Daniel Guy has a chance for its first metropolitan Saturday-class double at Doomben.

Thoroughbreds killed in California fire

An unknown number of thoroughbreds have died as the California wildfire hit the San Luis Rey training centre.

Simon Dinopoulos Previews Saturday

Racing and Sports Simon Dinopoulos offers his thoughts on the Rosehill card.

Stumbling block for Hokkaido at Pakenham

Noel Callow will be reunited with Hokkaido when the gelding runs in the VOBIS Gold Bullion at Pakenham.

Muswellbrook Cup day Preview

It is Muswellbrook Cup day on a huge program.

Gary Portelli has runners at Muswellbrook

Gary Portelli has chances today and then tomorrow at Rosehill.

Rachel King rides Dee I Cee in the Muswellbrook Cup

Despite being first up, Dee I Cee runs in the Muswellbrook Cup off two trials.

Jay Rooney looks at the G1 day at Ascot

On a very hot day on and off the track, tough horses will be needed at Ascot.

Paul Jones talks the stable runners at Muswellbrook

Barbara Joseph and Paul Jones have runners at Muswellbrook this Friday including Mercurial Lad in the Cup.

Orman chases more wins for Edmonds stable

In-form jockey James Orman is keen to convert a midweek winner for Toby Edmonds into a stakes victory for the trainer at Doomben.

Caerless Choice runs in the Muswellbrook Cup

Paul Messara has Caerless Choice taking on the Muswellbrook Cup this Friday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup: Latest Betting

The local hero leads the betting in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile: Latest Betting

Plenty of chances in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint: Latest Betting

Looks a two horse race in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday according to the betting.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase: Latest Betting

The 2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Sunday will be a good betting race.

2017 Kingston Town Classic: Latest Betting

Best money is for the local filly in the 2017 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic: Latest Betting

A quiet betting race is the 2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

Rosehill hosts the Sydney card this Saturday.

Teenage jockey Kennedy in stunning win

Rising teenage jumps jockey Jack Kennedy has had to use all his skills to stay on in a race at Clonmel which he eventually won.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Pakenham

They run the Pakenham Cup this Saturday for $250,000.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

A couple of Listed races are run at Doomben this week.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville

Morphettville hosts the Adelaide races on Saturday with the Listed City Of Marion the highlight.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

The G1 Kingston Town Classic is the highlight of racing this Saturday.

Ef Troop, Sunlight star in GCoast trials

Two-year-olds Ef Troop and Sunlight have signalled they will be forces to be reckoned with in the Magic Millions Classic after strong trials at the Gold Coast

Lindsay Park Preview

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

Brave Song comeback under threat

Three-year-old colt Brave Song may have his new campaign delayed because of an awkward draw and forecast rain.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup: Final Field and Barriers

The main hopes have low gates in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile: Final Field and Barriers

Some overseas chances have drawn wide in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint: Final Field and Barriers

The main local hopes drew well in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase: Final Field and Barriers

The internationals hold the key to the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Sunday.

Chris Waller cautious on newcomer Charge

Chris Waller has adopted a wait-and-see approach for the latest two-year-old to step out for his stable.

Invincible Al chasing back-to-back wins

Invincible Al was successful in a race on the 2016 Pakenham Cup day program and will be chasing another victory at this year's meeting.

A look at the Gr 1 Kingston Town Classic

Key facts about the final Australian Group One race for 2017, the 1800m Kingston Town Classic.

Dry track a key to Emphasis improvement

Toowoomba galloper Emphasis is set to turn around a last-start worst-career run when he returns to drier conditions in the Listed Brisbane Handicap.

Sadler to plead guilty to conduct charge

Trainer John Sadler will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on an improper conduct charge.

Long wait almost over for Angela Davies

Gosford trainer Angela Davies is hoping injury-prone gelding Waitandwatch can finally make it back to the races at Rosehill.

Devastated jockey rides in tribute to mate

Former Canberra apprentice Rachel Hunt faces an emotional ride on Highly Geared at Rosehill, where the mare races to honour jockey Samara Johnson.

Baster out to add Cup to Tulloch Lodge run

Jockey Stephen Baster will try to add the Pakenham Cup to his recent success for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Lindop returns to roots for Origin series

Leading South Australian rider Clare Lindop has explained why she is riding for Victoria in the Origin Jockey Series in Queensland.

Transfer Allowance aims for better finish

Trainer Peter Roche would be delighted with a top-five finish in the Pakenham Cup with his only horse in training.

Avdulla heads west for first Ascot rides

Jockey Brenton Avdulla heads to Perth for his first Ascot appearance when he rides second favourite It's Somewhat in the Group One Kingston Town Classic.

Rosehill track update for this Saturday

Shaun Patterson, Assistant Track Manager at Rosehill Gardens, updates on the course proper.

2017 Kingston Town Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Sticking to the old champ in the Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic: Tips and Race Preview

Tips and Race Preview for the 2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot on Saturday sticks to the tried and tested formula of a W Pike mount.

Beach Preparation For Fell Swoop — Trainer Matt Dale

Class Canberra sprinter Fell Swoop is off to trainer Matt Dale’s Moruya satellite stable where he will be fully prepared for his autumn campaign.

Gollan can't split trio in Listed Just Now

Premier trainer Tony Gollan says he can't split his three runners in the Listed Just Now Quality at Doomben.

Magic Millions Guineas aim for Bel Sonic

Lightly raced three-year-old Bel Sonic will be out to enhance his Magic Millions Guineas prospects when runs at Pakenham.

Rodd in Doomben call-up for Blue Book ride

International jockey Michael Rodd will be the replacement rider for unbeaten two-year-old Blue Book at Doomben.

Gosford Preview

They race at Gosford in NSW on Thursday on a Good 4.

Money Maher runs in the Kingston Town Classic

The three year old Money Maher takes his place for Daniel & Ben Pearce in the G1 Kingston Town Classic on Saturday.

Duane Dowell talks Friday’s Muswellbrook Cup day

Muswellbrook Cup day is on Friday with good fields all day.

Dr Cameron Collins talks the Hunter breeding and mining issue

Dr Collins discusses the issue of underground mining applications in the Hunter Valley near the breeding community.

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.

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.

Zac Purton wins HK Jockeys Challenge

Ex-pat Australian Zac Purton has won the Hong Kong International Jockeys Challenge at Happy Valley.

Scream Park in frame for Karaka Classic

New Zealand-bred colt Scream Park has ticked off his maiden at Warwick Farm, the first step towards a return home for the inaugural Karaka Million 3YO Classi

Qld trainer strikes more paydirt in Sydney

Gold Coast trainer Marcus Wilson has launched another successful raid on a Warwick Farm midweek meeting.

Darabad ready for Pakenham Cup challenge

Robbie Laing says a gelding operation had a long-lasting effect on former French stayer Darabad who is set to run in the Pakenham Cup.

2017 Kingston Town Classic: Final Field, Barriers and Market

There are 15 final acceptors in the 2017 Kingston Town Classic run at Ascot on Saturday.

Lisdoonvarna ploughs through W Farm wet

Three-year-old filly Lisdoonvarna has another win under her belt after an impressive return to form at Warwick Farm.

2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic: Final Field and Barriers

Only nine are entered but it looms as a good race in the 2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

Ipswich wins for Jackson Murphy, Zoe White

Jackson Murphy and Zoe White, tipped to be Brisbane's leading apprentices next season, have posted wins at Ipswich.

Pakenham race next on Our Bottino's agenda

After missing runs in both the Kilmore Cup and Port Fairy Cup because of the weather, Our Bottino is scheduled to have his next start at Pakenham over 1600m.

Jungle Edge ticking boxes for Pakenham run

Jungle Edge only needs a clear result from a blood test to take his place in a 1200m handicap at Pakenham.

Provincial Championship winner to return

Reigning Provincial Championship winner Maryore is set for a one-off run for new trainer Joe Ible at Rosehill before spelling to focus on an autumn campaig

Queensland has most luck in Origin draw

Queensland has had some luck in the draw for the Origin jockeys' challenge with Matt McGillivray on a short-priced favourite in the second heat.

McGillivray keeps plum Brisbane Hcp ride

Matt McGillivray has been rewarded for his commitment to trainer Liam Birchley with the Brisbane Handicap ride on Villiers Stakes-bound Crack Me Up.

Willi Willi to begin campaign at Pakenham

Lightly raced gelding Willi Willi has shown promise in his six starts and is scheduled to begin his latest campaign in the VOBIS Gold Bullion at Pakenham.

Highly Geared runs for Kirkup at Rosehill

Highly Geared will run for trainer Garry Kirkup at Rosehill as he recovers from serious injuries suffered in a car accident.

Qld trainers want action on stayers

Queensland trainers want an urgent meeting to solve issues which have led to a lack of quality stayers in the state.

Henry Plumptre to join Cambridge Stud

Godolphin's former Australian managing director Henry Plumptre will join New Zealand's Cambridge Stud as chief executive.

Bondi To The Gold Coast Via Wyong

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden laid the foundation for a Magic Millions Classic bid by their highly-regarded youngster Bondi when they sent the colt to Wyong for a barrier trial on Monday.

Daniel Northey injured in track fall

Jockey Daniel Northey has suffered suspected pelvic injuries in a trackwork incident at Scone.

Marsha sold for European record

Group One-winning mare Marsha has been bought by Coolmore for a European auction record six million guineas at Tattersalls.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup: Nominations

Can the locals stem the international invaders in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday?

2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile: Nominations

The Irish three year olds will add some spice to the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint: Nominations

It looks a match between two top locals in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase: Nominations

This appears the race for the overseas horses as has been the history in the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic: Nominations

Some up and comers are down to run in the 2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot on Saturday.

It's Somewhat on target for Kingston Town

Kingston Town Stakes second favourite It's Somewhat has had the ideal preparation ahead of the Group One race over 1800m at Ascot.

Grey Lion out to break through at Pakenham

The Pakenham Cup will be import Grey Lion's latest chance to break through for his first Australian win after his last-start third in the Ballarat Cup.

Jones fatal fall an accident: stewards

Racing NSW stewards have concluded the Warialda fall in which popular country jockey Darren Jones suffered fatal injuries, was an accident.

Trainer Garry Kirkup undergoes 2nd surgery

Canberra trainer Garry Kirkup has undergone a second abdominal surgery for injuries he suffered in a car accident in which his partner Samara Johnson died

Scott Jones out of coma after gas blast

Lismore Turf Club manager Scott Jones is out of an induced coma about two weeks after suffering burns to 45 per cent of his body in a blast at the racecourse.

Newnham aims newcomer at Magic Millions

Mark Newnham will unveil debutante Carnina at Rosehill for the first of two possible attempts to qualify for the Magic Millions 2YO Classic at the Gold Coast.

Lake Lugarno has third crack at metro win

Lake Lugarno will make the trip from Forbes to Sydney for the third time in search of a long-awaited metropolitan win for veteran trainer Barry Molloy.

Rudy Stays Home For The Summer

Trainer Helen Page has confirmed that her stable star Rudy will remain in Queensland this summer.

Scahill Stakes Plans For Ascot Failures

Last start Perth carnival failures State Solicitor and Ulmann will press on with their Ascot campaigns on Saturday week.

Black Heart Bart favourite for Perth G1

Black Heart Bart is favourite to claim his sixth Group One win in the weight-for-age Kingston Town Stakes in Perth after a close second in the Railway Stakes.

International jockeys' championships in HK

A look at the 12 jockeys taking part in the International Jockeys' Championship in Hong Kong, including Australian Hugh Bowman.

The Tin Man withdrawn from HK Sprint

English horse The Tin Man has been taken out of the Hong Kong International Sprint after arriving with a temperature.

A Showdown looms for 2YOs at Caulfield

After squaring off in the boxing ring a real Showdown looms on the racetrack for trainers Troy Corstens and Henry Dwyer.

Vlad Duric Wins Singapore Premiership

Australian jockeys have made a sweep of the Singapore riding premiership for 2017 filing three of the top four placings.

Pakenham Cup Next For Oncidium Ruler

If he had his time over again trainer Mick Kent would do things differently with Oncidium Ruler.

Hunter studs up in arms over mine decision

The NSW government has renewed an underground exploration licence at the Drayton South site in the Upper Hunter, while ruling out an open-cut mine.

$1 million The Showdown set for Caulfield

A new $1 million race for two-year-olds will be the feature of the fifth annual Victorian Owners and Breeders Raceday at Caulfield.

The Showdown a great initiative: Dwyer

A new $1 million race will be the highlight for the fifth annual Victorian Owners and Breeders Incentive Scheme race day at Caulfield in 2019.

The Showdown a great initiative: Dwyer

A new $1 million race will be the highlight for the fifth annual Victorian Owners and Breeders Incentive Scheme race day at Caulfield in 2019.

New $1million ‘The Showdown’ Race To Launch In 2019

Racing Victoria has started the countdown to ‘The Showdown’, a landmark $1million two-year-old race to be staged at Caulfield in April 2019.

2017 Kingston Town Classic: Final Field

The 2017 Kingston Town Classic at Ascot on Saturday pits the main Railway runners against some interesting three year olds.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup: Race History

Race History of the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Cup at Sha Tin on Sunday shows the Japanese with great recent results.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile: Race History

Some elite internationals form part of the Race History of the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Mile at Sha Tin on Sunday.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint: Race History

Race History of the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Sprint at Sha Tin on Sunday shows it as feature sprint anywhere in the world.

2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase: Race History

The Race History of the 2017 Longines Hong Kong Vase at Sha Tin on Sunday shows a past winner ready to go.

Setback for star NZer Gingernuts

Triple Group One winner Gingernuts has had a setback after surgery to repair a broken pastern.

Waller Keeping Faith With Tom Melbourne

Sydney’s premier trainer Chris Waller is keeping faith with the enigmatic Tom Melbourne, one of his three runners in Saturday’s $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot in Perth.

Single Bullet Plans Hinge On The Weather

The weather will determine if Single Bullet runs at Rosehill or forces trainer Gary Portelli to change his preparation.

Randwick to host second Chinese Festival

The Chinese Festival will again be held at Randwick, coinciding with the possible return of Winx.

Jamie Kah called up for NZ jockeys' series

South Australian jockey Jamie Kah will replace the suspended Blake Shinn in the Jockeys' World Cup Prelude in New Zealand.

Chris Waller happy with Tom Melbourne

Tom Melbourne's Group One efforts haven't always pleased punters but his trainer Chris Waller is happy with him ahead of the Kingston Town Classic.

Markets released for big Sydney races

Markets have been released for feature races at Randwick during The Championships and the second running of The Everest.

Portelli hoping for drying weather

Trainer Gary Portelli will keep an eye on the weather before committing Single Bullet to a start at Rosehill.

Kingston Town Classic - Godolphin Will Welcome A Group One Win

Trainer James Cummings is counting on It’s Somewhat to end 2017 on a Group One high for the Godolphin stable by winning the $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot in Perth on Saturday.

Oncidium Ruler on target for Pakenham Cup

Trainer Mick Kent is expecting the 2500 metres of the Pakenham Cup to suit in-form stayer Oncidium Ruler.

Jockey killed, partner injured in accident

Canberra trainer Garry Kirkup remains in an induced coma after a car accident in which his partner, track rider and picnic jockey Samara Johnson, died.

Rudy heads entries for Brisbane Handicap

Trainer Helen Page has confirmed stable star Rudy will run exclusively in Brisbane this summer.

Taylor Marshall gets suspension relief

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has shaved four meetings off a careless riding suspension incurred by apprentice Taylor Marshall.

Vlad Duric claims first Singapore title

A winning double at the final meeting has cemented Australian Vlad Duric's first Singapore jockeys' premiership.

2017 Kingston Town Classic: All In Market and Race History

Some WFA stars form part of the Race History of the 2017 Kingston Town Classic run at Ascot on Saturday.

2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic: Race History

Race History of the 2017 Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic at Ascot on Saturday shows some nice three year old winners.

Peters Quartet Set For Kingston Town Classic

Perth’s leading owner Bob Peters is likely to have four runners in Saturday’s $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot.

Birchley Takes A Crack At The Villiers

Rising Queensland star Crack Me Up will complete his build up to his Sydney trip for the $250,000 Villiers Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

Canberra Rider Passes Away in Road Accident Tragedy

The Canberra racing fraternity has been deeply saddened by the death of approved picnic rider Samara Johnson in a motor vehicle accident near Junee on Sunday afternoon.

Fradd wins jockey series in Mauritius

Brisbane rider Robbie Fradd has won an international jockeys' challenge in Mauritius representing his native South Africa.

Rider killed, partner injured in crash

Canberra trainer Garry Kirkup is in a critical condition after a car accident in which his partner, track rider and picnic jockey Samara Johnson, was killed.

Kingston Town Classic - Godolphin Will Welcome A Group One Win

Trainer James Cummings is counting on It’s Somewhat to end 2017 on a Group One high for the Godolphin stable by winning the $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot in Perth on Saturday.

Bart ready for Kingston Town challenge

Black Heart Bart has continued to please the Darren Weir stable and is ready to tackle the 1800m of the Kingston Town Stakes in Perth.

Gerald Ryan excited about Villiers

Gerald Ryan's stable stalwart Red Excitement has whown he is back in the groove and will head to the Villiers Stakes.

Jonker adds his name to Millions list

Newcastle juvenile Jonker has made an impressive debut to stakes his claim for inclusion in the Magic Millions Classic field.

Wyong next stop for La Pomme De Pin

The Wyong Magic Millions Classic in NSW is next on the agenda for talented Adelaide filly La Pomme De Pin, a dominant winner at Ballarat last start.

Two winners for Patrick Moloney in NZ

Victorian jockey Patrick Moloney has ridden a winner at each of the two meetings he rode at in New Zealand.

Bosanova to dance through summer

Gold Coast mare All Over Bosanova will have two runs this summer before she gets ready for a possible trip to Sydney.

Saturday Post Mortem with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz reviews racing around Australia on December 2.

NSW favourite for jockeys origin series

NSW has been installed the early favourite for the Origin Jockeys Challenge in Queensland.

Viddora Wins Winterbottom Stakes For Lloyd Kennewell

Young South Australian trainer Lloyd Kennewell continued his rapid rise through the training ranks when outstanding mare Viddora gave him his first Group One success in Saturday’s $1 million Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot.

Monsieur Gustave wins George Moore

Vastly improved Monsieur Gustave has shown his usual fight to win his fourth straight stakes race, the Group Three George Moore Stakes.

Egyptian Symbol makes her mark at Rosehill

Egyptian Symbol has begun her latest campaign in style, with a decisive Listed win at Rosehill.

Testashadow shines to lift gloom

Testashadow heads to the Villiers Stakes at Randwick after the gelding reinvigorated his career with a timely victory in the Festival Stakes at Rosehill.

Jungle Edge wins again in wet at Sandown

Noted wet-track specialist Jungle Edge has sprinted to victory on a heavy track at Sandown, giving apprentice Georgina Cartwright her first city win.

Kim Waugh makes smart call on Uptown Lad

Kim Waugh's decision not to scratch Uptown Lad from the last at Rosehill due to a heavy track has paid off as the gelding romped to victory.

Pierata on course for big bonus

Sydney colt Pierata has shown connections were right in knocking back an offer for him by winning the first leg of a $500,000 treble series at Doomben.

Broadside delivers at Rosehill

Broadside has come out of the pack to claim the Listed ATC Cup at Rosehill in his first start since he won the Newcastle Cup.

Miss Wonderland returns with Sandown win

Miss Wonderland has produced a powerful late finish to claim a first-up win on heavy ground at Sandown.

Vinland impresses at a wet Sandown

The Tony McEvoy-trained Vinland has raced to a dominant win on a heavy track at Sandown, earning high praise from his jockey Andrew Mallyon.

Snowdens' filly too fast in Mode Plate

The Snowden training partnership's Pretty Fast has earned a valuable black-type win in the Listed Mode Plate at Doomben.

Sedanzer takes another step forward

In-form mare Sedanzer is closing in on a step up in class to black type after extending her unbeaten preparation at Rosehill.

Volpe sprints to Highway win at Rosehill

A masterful ride by Jean Van Overmeire has helped Volpe to a dashing win in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill.

Jockey Tomizawa to keep Millions ride

Veteran jockey Nozi Tomizawa will keep the Magic Millions ride on Ardoyne Road after steering the filly to a brilliant win at Doomben.

Imperial Aviator claims Australian win

English stayer Imperial Aviator has been touted as a potential Melbourne Cup contender by Gai Waterhouse after he won for the first time in Australia.

2017 Starlight Stakes: Walking In Like An Egyptian Symbol

Charging down the middle of the track, Egyptian Symbol bolted in with the 2017 Starlight Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.

2017 Festival Stakes: Testashadow wins in the shadows

Just putting the nose down late, Testashadow scored a last stride win in the 2017 Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.

Snowdens' filly too fast in Mode Plate

The Snowden training partnership's Pretty Fast has earned a valuable black-type win in the Listed Mode Plate at Doomben.

2017 ATC Cup - Broadside just too tough

The Newcastle Cup winner Broadside won the 2017 ATC Cup at Rosehill on Saturday off a two month freshen up.

Wet Sandown no concern for Mrs Gardenia

Mrs Gardenia has appreciated a drop in grade scoring a stylish win as favourite in the Clanbrooke Racing Handicap at Sandown.

Imperial Aviator claims Australian win

English stayer Imperial Aviator has been touted as a potential Melbourne Cup contender by Gai Waterhouse after he won for the first time in Australia.

Kersley set for big Melbourne move

Apprentice Fred Kersley is set to go on loan to Lindsay Park after landing his 20th metropolitan win aboard Memory Bank at Sandown.

Begg has high hopes for Written By

Trainer Grahame Begg believes Written By has the talent for better races next autumn after the two-year-old made a winning start to his career at Sandown.

My Giuliano heads to Stayers Cup

My Giuliano is headed to the Magic Millions Stayers Cup in January after making it three wins in a row at Doomben.

Epidemic adds to winning record

The regally bred Epidemic has claimed her second consecutive win with victory in a small field at Rosehill.

Perfect Pitch claims maiden at Rosehill

Golden Slipper-winning trainer Gary Portelli has another promising two-year-old filly on his hands after Perfect Pitch broke her maiden at Rosehill.

Rosehill Preview with Chris Scholtz

Chris Scholtz previews the Festival Stakes meeting at Rosehill on December 2 with selections for all races.

Adam Blencowe gives his best for Sandown

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

Alex Steedman offers his Sydney Specials

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

Moher to be checked by vet on race day

Moher has been passed fit by Godolphin vets but the Festival Stakes contender will have a race day inspection after being kicked in a leg.

Kennewell can't fault Viddora in Perth

Adelaide trainer Lloyd Kennewell expects Viddora to prove hard to beat in the Group One Winterbottom Stakes in Perth with even luck in running.

Improper conduct charge for John Sadler

John Sadler will front the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board after being charged with improper conduct by Racing Victoria stewards.

Mister Sea Wolf to start Australian career

European import Mister Sea Wolf will make his Australian debut in the Festival Stakes at Rosehill, a stepping stone to the Doncaster Mile.

Canberra Steps Up To Fill Highway Void

The Canberra Racing Club moved decisively to fill the void left when Racing NSW excluded local trainers from its Highway races for country-trained gallopers.

Moroney stable with two Sandown chances

Stablemates War Legend and Lord Barrington are scheduled to run at Sandown after missing planned starts on Kilmore Cup day when that meeting was abandoned.

Gamblestown rolls dice for comeback win

Gamblestown will step up to 2000 metres for the first time in the ATC Cup at Rosehill in an attempt to record his first win since returning from injury.

Flash chasing the Sandown Cash for Laurie

With a nomination for the Magic Millions Guineas on the Gold Coast, Flash Cash needs to show he's worthy of the trip with a forward showing at Sandown.

Junglized challenged to match winning duo

Buoyed by a double at Mudgee, Hawkesbury trainer Brad Widdup is looking to his first ever runner Junglized to continue his winning streak at Rosehill.

Expected Sandown wet no worry for Smerdon

Trainer Robert Smerdon doesn't expect the prospects of a rain-affected track to cause his runners too many concerns at Sandown.

McGillivray gets chance for 2nd stakes win

Matt McGillivray will ride tough sprinter Siegfried in his comeback in the George Moore Stakes after the gelding's regular riders were unavailable.

Marshall appeals 26-meeting suspension

Apprentice Taylor Marshall has appealed a 26-meeting suspension after being found guilty of careless riding in a race in which another jockey fell.

Doomben predicted to go ahead

Stewards will inspect a rain-soaked Doomben racecourse late on race eve but there is no danger to the meeting unless there are more heavy falls.

Rain to determine Sandown meeting fate

The projected amount of rain on race day will determine the fate of the Melbourne metropolitan meeting at Sandown.

Redouble after trio of wins at Rosehill

Redouble will attempt to extend his winning streak to three when the Bjorn Baker-trained gelding steps up to 1500 metres at Rosehill.

Simon Dinopoulos and Brad Davidson Preview Saturday

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

Jay Rooney looks at the big Ascot carnival

Jay Rooney from Perth looks at the big Ascot meeting in Perth with warm weather expected.

Mack Griffith on Schedule in the Mudgee Cup

Schedule backs up off a win in a Highway for Mack Griffith in the Mudgee Cup.

Toby Edmonds brings two to Sydney

There are a couple of entries from the Toby Edmonds yard in at Canterbury tonight.

Ron Quinton with runners tonight at Canterbury

Ron Quinton has two hopes at the night meeting at Canterbury.

Mudgee Preview

Racing in NSW is at Mudgee for the Cup on Friday where it is fine on a Good 3.

Merchant Navy Under Coolmore Control

Coolmore Stud has controlling ownership of Coolmore Stud Stakes winner Merchant Navy.

Jim Byrne is Paul Butterworth's gain

Trainer Paul Butterworth is happy jockey Jim Byrne will be fit to ride Capital Gain in his comeback run at Doomben.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Rosehill

The Festival Stakes is the feature at Rosehill on Saturday.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Sandown

Back to normal racing in Melbourne now with the carnival over however it isn’t looking promising.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Doomben

The George Moore Stakes is the highlight in Brisbane this week but on a wet track.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Morphettville Parks

Morphettville Parks conducts the Adelaide races on Saturday and rain may be on the way.

Early scratchings and track conditions for Ascot

The G1 Winterbottom Stakes is the highlight of racing this Saturday.

2017 Festival Stakes: Latest Betting

They are betting around the favourite in the 2017 Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.

2017 George Moore Stakes: Latest Betting

Scratchings are affecting betting on the 2017 George Moore Stakes at Doomben on Saturday.

2017 Winterbottom Stakes: Latest Betting

It is a quiet betting race in the 2017 Winterbottom Stakes at Ascot on Saturday.

Lindsay Park Preview

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