News

October 17, 2017

Admire Deus OUT with serious leg injury

Imported Japanese Cups contender Admire Deus has suffered a serious leg injury with vets fighting to save his life.
October 17, 2017

Bowman rides Marmelo in another gallop

Hugh Bowman has taken Marmelo on another gallop at Werribee racecourse ahead of the Caulfield Cup.
October 17, 2017

Harry Angel on target for Champions Sprint

Harry Angel and Caravaggio are scheduled to meet again in the British Champions Sprint at Ascot.
October 16, 2017

Maher’s former manager Ben Connolly to front RAD Board

Ciaron Maher's former racing manager Ben Connolly will front a penalty hearing at the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board .
October 16, 2017

O’Brien remains on 24 G1s for the year

Aidan O'Brien's wait to equal the world record for number of Grade/Group One wins in a year goes on with Idaho fourth in the Woodbine International in Toronto.
October 16, 2017

Kyneton training gallop for Wicklow Brave

Caulfield Cup hope Wicklow Brave is to have a morning gallop before the Kyneton races while Hugh Bowman heads to Werribee to ride Marmelo.
October 16, 2017

Destiny’s Kiss for City Tatts Cup back-up

Veteran stayer Destiny's Kiss is likely to back up in the City Tattersalls Cup after his gallant fourth in the St Leger.
October 16, 2017

Lindsay Park has three for Caulfield Cup

Lindsay Park will have a three-pronged attack on the Caulfield Cup with He's Our Rokkii to join Harlem and Ventura Storm.
October 16, 2017

No Cups penalties for impressive winners

Lord Fandango and Big Duke cannot be penalised for the Caulfield Cup after their weekend wins at Caulfield and Randwick respectively.
October 16, 2017

New heights for Vic spring races attendees

Racegoers can reach new heights with an exclusive helicopter service offering trips from Melbourne to the track for $800 return.
October 16, 2017

Ben Allen gets the nod for Lord Fandango

After winning the Herbert Power Stakes on Lord Fandango, apprentice Ben Allen will take the ride on the stayer in the Caulfield Cup.
October 16, 2017

Star colt MENARI out of the SPRING

The Gerald Ryan stable have been having an amazing run of success in recent months but one of the stables big guns MENARI will require a wind operation and will miss the remainder of the spring carnival.
October 16, 2017

Corey Brown free to ride in Manikato

Racing NSW stewards have agreed to alter the dates of Corey Brown's careless riding suspension with the jockey free to ride In Her Time in the Manikato Stakes.
October 16, 2017

Groom dies in accident at Kempton races

A stablehand has died in an incident at Kempton races after apparently being kicked by a horse in the stabling area.
October 15, 2017

Darley Classic next for $10 million Everest winner

Redzel, winner of the inaugural $10 million Everest, is scheduled to have his next start in the Group One Darley Classic.
October 15, 2017

Appleby claims another Aust stakes win

Godolphin's Folkswood has given his English trainer Charlie Appleby another stakes win in Australia, capturing the Listed Cranbourne Cup.
October 15, 2017

Bell fund appeal reaches $70,000

A fund to help trainer Darren Bell pay debts incurred from his stable closure because of strangles has reached $70,000.
October 15, 2017

Bonneval fit and well: Murray Baker

Trainer Murray Baker says Bonneval has pulled up well from her unplaced run in the Caulfield Stakes.
October 15, 2017

Weir to have strong hand in Caulfield Cup

Trainer Darren Weir will have Japanese horse Admire Deus and Australian Cup winner Humidor in the Caulfield Cup and also hopes Amelie's Star will gain a start.
October 15, 2017

Bright Foxplay ready for Melbourne assault

Foxplay is back firing and ready for her first run in Melbourne for the spring after recovering from the effects of racing against her famous stablemate Winx.
October 15, 2017

McGillivray rides four winners

Matt McGillivray has ridden a career-best four winners at Doomben while awaiting word on careless riding appeals.
October 15, 2017

Multiple G1 winner Lankan Rupee retired

Five-time Group One-winning sprinter Lankan Rupee has been retired after his unplaced run in the Schillaci Stakes at Caulfield.
October 15, 2017

Work to start on Eagle Farm

Officials are confident Eagle Farm will be ready for next year's winter carnival with reconstruction work about to start.
October 15, 2017

No Cox Plate for injured Riven Light

Irish horse Riven Light has suffered a leg injury and will take no further part in the Melbourne spring carnival.
October 14, 2017

The Everest a smash hit in Sydney

Punters frocked up to the debut of the world's richest race on turf The Everest at Randwick to watch Redzel gallop first past the post.
October 14, 2017

Low fuss, elegant daywear wins at Randwick

A Newcastle woman has won more than $20,000 in prizes for her elegant and simple outfit in the fashion competition held at Randwick racecourse for Everest day.
October 14, 2017

Guineas-winning jockey cops 10-meeting ban

The winning ride on Mighty Boss in the Caulfield Guineas has come at a cost for Michael Walker, who's been suspended for 10 meetings for careless riding.
October 14, 2017

Everest hero Redzel repays owners’ faith

A part-owner of Everest winner Redzel says the syndicate rejected a $500,000 offer after the sprinter won his first race.
October 14, 2017

Super Cash prevails first-up at Caulfield

After missing out on a start in a Group One race, trainer Andrew Noblet has switched his attention to the Schillaci Stakes at Caulfield for a happy result.
October 14, 2017

Historic win for apprentice Rachel Hunt

After Hugh Bowman and Corey Brown were left at the barriers, apprentice Rachel Hunt has claimed her first Saturday win at Randwick.