Racing News

June 16, 2019

Sampson to back up in Tattersall’s Cup

Ipswich Cup runner-up Sampson will back up from his fighting effort to run in the Tattersall's Cup at Eagle Farm.
June 16, 2019

Smartypy on Ramornie Handicap mission

Being kicked by a yearling has not slowed trainer Chris Munce down as he plans a Ramornie campaign with Ipswich winner Smartypy.
June 16, 2019

Mystic Journey pleasing in spring build-up

Cox Plate favourite Mystic Journey is pleasing her trainer Adam Trinder as she continues her build-up towards a planned race return in the Bletchingly Stakes.
June 16, 2019

Mark Newnham to rely on youth in spring

The back end of the season has been fruitful for Mark Newnham's juveniles and he hopes to parlay that into spring carnival success.
June 16, 2019

McLean faces hearing over ‘jigger’ charge

Victorian trainer Jarrod McLean, Darren Weir's former Warrnambool assistant, will front a hearing on Monday charged with possessing an electrical device.
June 16, 2019

Surprise Baby to embark on path to Cup

The Andrew Ramsden runner-up Surprise Baby is about to return to work with The Bart Cummings a first target on the way to the Melbourne Cup.
June 16, 2019

Vaccination urged on Hendra virus in Qld

Queensland owners and trainers have been reminded to vaccinate their horses against Hendra virus after a horse was found with the disease in NSW.
June 16, 2019

Trainer Ben Currie facing more inquiries

Stewards hope to hear all the remaining charges against disqualified trainer Ben Currie within a month.
June 16, 2019

Melbourne Cup for resurgent Gold Mount

Gold Mount, a Royal Ascot winner when called Primitivo, has made a winning return in England after racing in Hong Kong and will be aimed at the Melbourne cup.
June 15, 2019

Moroney imports impress in Sandown wins

Trainer Mike Moroney has brought up a winning double at Sandown with a couple of imports, Mr Marathon Man and Buffalo River, who he hopes can keep stepping up.
June 15, 2019

Another Waterhouse win for Michael Cahill

Michael Cahill has won the Gai Waterhouse Classic for the fifth time on Ready To Prophet at Ipswich.
June 15, 2019

Mother of a day for Clenton and Duggan

Apprentices Samantha Clenton and Jenny Duggan combine motherhood with race riding and both have met with success at Rosehill.
June 15, 2019

Consolation win for Man Booker

Perth galloper Man Booker has had a consolation win in the Eye Liner Stakes after failing in the three Group One races during the winter.
June 15, 2019

Sandown double for Chris Waller stable

Imported gelding Mawaany Machine and three-year-old filly Tysonic have given trainer Chris Waller a winning double at Sandown.
June 15, 2019

Bergerac finds form to win Ipswich Cup

Trainer Steve Tregea's gamble to take the blinkers off Bergerac in the Ipswich Cup has paved the way for the gelding's win.
June 15, 2019

Destiny’s Kiss wins second Winter Cup

Veteran Destiny's Kiss has won his second Listed Winter Cup, six years after his first, upsetting a classy field of stayers at Rosehill.
June 15, 2019

Byrne in vintage comeback win at Ipswich

Jim Byrne has produced a vintage ride to score his first win since returning from injury in the Provincial Stayers Final at Ipswich.
June 15, 2019

Jungle Edge sprints to Sandown victory

The Mick Bell-trained sprinter Jungle Edge has notched the 16th win of his career with victory on a soft track in an open handicap at Sandown.
June 15, 2019

Enforcement stamps his class at Rosehill

Enforcement has backed up his first win as a gelding with victory at Rosehill to live up to the talent his connections always knew he had.
June 15, 2019

O’Dea finally gets his jewel at Ipswich

Trainer Steve O'Deas determination to get a foal to train from smart mare Bianca Jewel has led to a win by Jeweliana at Ipswich.
June 15, 2019

Can’t Be Done wins narrowly at Sandown

Danny O'Brien-trained two-year-old Can't Be Done has edged out King Of Hastings at Sandown to make it two wins from his first three starts.
June 15, 2019

Bowen finds Queen of Kingston’s right race

Trainer Dan Bowen's decision to keep Queen of Kingston in the weakest race he could has led to an Ipswich win.
June 14, 2019

First Crush to atone in Ipswich Cup

Trainer Chris Munce is ignoring First Crush's last start failure as the gelding prepares for a second tilt at the Ipswich Cup.
June 14, 2019

Spanner Head in form for Sandown race

Archie Alexander believes last-start winner Spanner Head faces a tougher test at Sandown but is thrilled with the way the mare is going this campaign.
June 14, 2019

Petrology in right head space

Trainer Matt Dunn hopes veteran sprinter Petrology is in the right head space when he tackles the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.
June 14, 2019

RV stewards charge bookmaker Simon Beasley

Racing Victoria stewards have issued one charge to bookmaker Simon Beasley over alleged misconduct in his betting operations.
June 14, 2019

Tim Clark happy to be on the pace

Tim Clark will team with the powerful Tulloch Lodge operation in two races at Rosehill, including the feature Winter Cup aboard Hush Writer.
June 14, 2019

Parr, King to both miss Winter Cup meeting

Jockeys Josh Parr and Rachel King have both been ruled out of the Winter Cup meeting at Rosehill because of injuries.
June 14, 2019

Conditions good for Winter Passage

Winter Passage has the right conditions to shed her tag as an unlucky horse when she resumes at Ipswich.
June 14, 2019

Lim’s Cruiser settles in at Newmarket

Singapore sprinter Lim's Cruiser has been settling into his surroundings at Newmarket ahead of the Diamond Jubilee at Royal Ascot.