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Sapphire Coast - Sunday July 30

There is only one result that could top what trainer Steve Cummins achieved the last time stable mates Nunya Bizz and Smart Remark raced.

Ballina Race Preview - Friday July 28

Consistent Northern Rivers sprinter Lucky Meteor looks poised to maitain his healthy winning strike rate if connections decide to run him at Ballina on Friday.

No Place Like Home For Sasso Corbaro

Trainer Kris Lees has taken the softer option with his smart youngster Sasso Corbaro by deciding to keep her at home for Thursday’s Newcastle meeting.

First provincial Win For Brad Widdup

Hawkesbury trainer Brad Widdup celebrated his first provincial win at Wyong on Tuesday with the help of brother-in-law Christian Reith.

Top Stables Flex Canberra Premiership Muscle

With the 2016-17 ACT Trainer Premiership on the line the two front-running stables have powerful representation at Friday’s season-ending meeting at Canberra.

Lightning Strike By Paraplegic Trainer

Almost 10 years since he became a paraplegic following an horrific race fall, Rockhampton’s Darryl Johnston has celebrated one of his biggest victories as a trainer by winning Townsville’s Lightning Handicap at Cluden Park.

LongtTrip To Carinda Pays Off For Hawkesbury Apprentices

Hawkesbury apprentices Chelsea Ings and Simone Vella are sure to remember their first rides at Carinda, the tiny township 70km south-west of Walgett in the far northwest of NSW where they race once year on a dirt track.

Another Win For The Hawkesbury Hurricane

Hawkesbury trainer Mitch Newman and veteran jockey Adrian “Mouse” Robinson teamed with Hurricane Harbour at Gosford on Thursday to clinch their third win this season with that horse.

Carnival Crowns For Damian Lane And Jason Taylor

Budding Wyong trainer Damian Lane and perennial Queensland visitor Jason Taylor carried off the training and riding titles at the Grafton July Carnival.

New Schedule For Gosford Summer Carnival

Gosford has revamped its summer racing schedule with $1.4 million prizemoney to be offered over three feature meetings in December and January.

Canberra Premiership Showdown

With just one Canberra meeting remaining in the 2016-17 racing season, the ACT Trainer and Jockey Premierships will go down to the wire.

Wagga Race Preview - Sunday July 9

Kembla Grange trained chestnut Red Dream doesn’t boast the best career record, but his staying potential could be good enough to see him win the Avis Riverina Cup (2500m) at Wagga on Sunday.

Grafton Race Preview - Sunday July 9

Coffs 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 (1610m) when she returns for another crack at the $50,000 feature on Sunday.

Goulburn Race Preview - Friday July 7

Canberra trainer Doug Gorrel has seen racing from varying angles, but it’s the one he is building his passion on now that he loves the most.

Race Preview - Thursday July 6

It has been almost 30 years since jockey Scott Galloway last wore the red and white silks of the Thompson family and at Grafton on Thursday he has the opportunity to do it again when Fabry starts in the John Carlton Cup.

Canberra Premierships Ding Dong Battles— Two Meetings Remaining

The ACT Jockey and Trainer premierships will go down to the wire with just with just two Canberra meetings to be run before the end of the 2016-17 racing season.

Taree Race Preview - Monday July 3

Newcastle trainer Steve Hodge admits he was contemplating retirement for rising eight-year-old Dayarma on several occasions before the gelding rediscovered his best form this preparation.