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August 2, 2017

JUDGING JOCKEYS! by Rob Young

JUDGING JOCKEYS!............are Premierships the best guide of which rider you want to carry your cash?
August 1, 2017

Azazel to make return at Flemington

One of trainer Tony McEvoy's spring carnival hopefuls, Azazel, will make his return to racing at Melbourne's first city meeting of the season at Flemington.
August 1, 2017

King calls time on a brilliant career

Steven King has confirmed his retirement from race riding as his apprentice son Lachie continues his progression through the jockey ranks.
August 1, 2017

MOVERS AND SHAKES WARWICK FARM Wednesday 2 August

MOVERS AND SHAKES WARWICK FARM Wednesday 2 August Punters have played early for Sydney's first metro meeting of the new season with Chris Waller's colt AL MAH HAHA one of the best backed runners for the day
July 31, 2017

Darren Weir’s exceptional year

Victorian trainer Darren Weir's groundbreaking season leaves him as the only Australian trainer to prepare more than 400 winners.
July 31, 2017

Big Richie weekend happenings

The premiership that almost didn't happen, Weir wonderful, Chautauqua not good enough, is $1.5 value, the small print, WINX & Show me the love
July 29, 2017

Williams lands a sixth premiership title

A win on a shortened Caulfield program has given Craig Williams his sixth Melbourne jockeys' premiership.
July 29, 2017

ATC tips $5000 into jockeys’ Kokoda fund

A fundraising trek along the Kokoda Track involving Hugh Bowman and other leading jockeys has been boosted by a $5000 donation from the Australian Turf Club.
July 29, 2017

Hugh Bowman wraps up premiership race

An early double from Hugh Bowman at Rosehill has ensured there will be no photo finish in his Sydney jockeys' premiership duel with Brenton Avdulla.
July 28, 2017

V’landys defends NSW right to Spring

Some have disliked his aggressive approach as he markets the newest and richest race in the country the $10 million Everest and his splash of cash to keep wonder mare WINX in Sydney.
July 28, 2017

“Wrong” horse wins English race

Bookmakers and punters have been left reeling after the winner of a juvenile race at Yarmouth was found to be an older stablemate.
July 27, 2017

From the horses mouth

Hear the thoughts of leading trainers Chris Waller, Paul Snowden, Edward Cummings and the white hot Jason Coyle ahead of this weekend Rosehill Gardens meeting.
July 27, 2017

WEIR WEIGHS IN ON RACING’S WARS

“The spring carnival in Melbourne, that’s the best carnival in the world, so what,  something has to be the best, Sydney can be the second best, but you need the good horses at every carnival,” Darren Weir said.
July 26, 2017

Williams extends lead in premiership race

Craig Williams has moved a step closer to claiming a sixth Melbourne jockeys' premiership with a winning double at Sandown.
July 26, 2017

Bowman zeros in on Premiership with treble

A Hugh Bowman treble at the Canterbury midweek meeting leaves him in pole position to win the Sydney jockeys' premiership at Rosehill.
July 26, 2017

Are things a little shaky at the sheikh’s?….By Rob Young

We have John O’Shea gone from his position as Head Trainer, and Henry Plumptre gone from his position as Godolphin’s top man Down Under. The question is were both men pushed?
July 24, 2017

Big Richie Callander’s weekend happenings

Big Richie Callander this week covers Kokoda, equine welfare, Winx, jockey premiership, The Everest, the Eagle Farm track and on air presenters.
July 24, 2017

Royal Randwick Mounting yard report…By MYL

Matthew Howard of Mounting Yard Mail was at Royal Randwick on the weekend with 4 on top selections getting home including horse to follow Kings Of Leon.
July 24, 2017

Winx pleases with third in Randwick barrier trial

Winx has put in an eye-catching finish to come from last and run third in a barrier trial at Randwick.
July 21, 2017

Big Richie Callander’s early plays Randwick, Flemington and Doomben

Big Richie Callander has found some early plays for Randwick, Flemington and Doomben for tomorrow.
July 20, 2017

V’Landys marches on the Mexican Spring…By Bruce Clark

As Victoria deals with New South Wales' spring offensive - will Winx have anyone to beat for history in the Cox Plate?
July 19, 2017

Big Richie Callander’s best for Warwick Farm today

Big Richie Callander's preview for today's meeting at Warwick Farm meeting.
July 18, 2017

The Everest – a mighty mountain or too steep a climb?….By Rob Young

Nobody could ever accuse the Racing NSW of lacking in vision. The increase in prizemoney in country and provincial racing and the Highway Handicaps concept are ample evidence of how intelligent decision-making can make a huge difference to the health of racing in general.
July 18, 2017

American Pharoah, the eighth wonder….By Bernard Kenny

The superlatives just flow for American Pharoah who stands at Coolmore in the Hunter Valley this 2017 breeding season as the first US Triple Crown winner in 37 years, with a 138 Timeform rating.
July 17, 2017

Big Richie Callander’s weekend happenings

Big Richie has a squizz at Bowman v Avdulla, Canberra trainers, Spieth, 2 top colts, the Eagle Farm track, Kathy O'Hara, A free Cox Plate competition and the Tweet of the week.
July 17, 2017

Rosehill Gardens Mounting Yard Report….By Matthew Howard

Matthew's full report from Saturday's mounting yard at Rosehill Gardens. Which winning horse did Matthew say this about on Saturday "Can carry a bit of weight around the midsection but if you know here like I do you know that’s just her."
July 14, 2017

Waller fascinated by flying visit to Japan

Waller best describes the way Japanese go about horse racing with these few words. “They don’t stop with perfection they are wanting to strive for better”.
July 14, 2017

Big Richie Callander’s early plays for Rosehill, Caulfield and the Sunshine Coast

Big Richie Callander has found some early plays for us at Rosehill, Caulfield and Sunshine Coast for tomorrow's meetings.
July 13, 2017

The Everest – setting a new pattern from base camp…By Bruce Clark

“Look we took no consultation with Racing Victoria because it’s like Kentucky Fried Chicken consulting with McDonalds with a new product. It’s no good telling your competitor what your concept is going to be,” Peter V’landys said.
July 13, 2017

Winning on the punt in Winter….By Rob Young

Traditionally, Winter is a punting wasteland. Some of us out there in Punterland might be old enough to remember Professor Julius Sumner-Miller asking “Why is it so?”