Sadaqa is quickly becoming the pin-up horse for apprentice Chris Caserta.
Australia's sole entrant in the upcoming Hong Kong features, The United States, has arrived safely ahead of his Group One mission.
Ours To Keep takes the first step in what trainer Chris Munce thinks will be a career-defining winter carnival campaign when he contests the Dalrello Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Wendy Roche has twin boys aged under four and they're a dream to handle compared to her problem child.
A horse who has returned from a three-year injury absence will attempt to make it back-to-back victories when he heads to Sandown.
Racing Victoria will find out in June whether it will be granted leave to appeal the court decision which overturned trainer Danny O'Brien and Mark Kavanagh's bans in the long-running cobalt case.
Almoonqith had no pre-existing condition that would have caused him to break down in the Sydney Cup.
Crownbet's week end punting overview. Who were the runners who got the money, who were the big misses? Who is this weeks horse to follow that should have good money in it over the Winter Carnival?
South Australia's first $1 million race will have an added attraction with superstar Hong Kong-based jockey Joao Moreira booked to ride in the Robert Sangster Stakes at Morphettville.
Jason Attard is reluctant to predict whether Kellyville Flyer can emulate her brother and win the Group Three Hawkesbury Gold Cup, because the forecast isn't exactly favourable.
Progressive filly Egg Tart will be on trial for a Group One assignment when she has her first anti-clockwise start at Flemington.
Jamie Mott has not hidden his opinion of impressive debut winner Doubt I'm Dreaming who he believes can reach the top level.
The Australian Turf Club has sent 40 television sets to the flood damaged Lismore and Murwillumbah clubs and donated cash to the SES to help with the recovery.
With the Sydney carnival over, many of the better two-year-olds in Gerald Ryan's stable are resting ahead of spring campaigns.
Leading winter carnival hope Hopfgarten is likely to resume in the Group Two Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm as his first step to the Stradbroke Handicap.
A crack at Australia's final Group One race of the season for two-year-olds is a possibility for Casino Fourteen if he can make an impression in his stakes debut at Flemington.
The past two Melbourne Cup-winning riders, Michelle Payne and Kerrin McEvoy, will compete on opposing teams in the Shergar Cup international jockeys' challenge at Ascot.
With Mounting Yard Report having a deserved couple of weeks in the paddock we bring you his Early Bird selection.
With the finish of the extended Autumn Carnival we look back at the Sydney Group 1 winners.
The Sydney autumn carnival may have ended a week later than planned, but the final meeting brought a fitting result.
Leotie will be on trial for bigger interstate races when she runs for the first time in six weeks at Caulfield.
Just in case anyone missed it the first time, English visitor Polarisation has won the re-run of the Sydney Cup at Randwick to the relief of his jockey and the jubilation of his stable.
Canberra trainer Nick Olive admitted Single Gaze's win at Doomben on Saturday was one of the biggest thrills he has had in racing.
Trainer Danny O'Brien has his sights set on a Group One race with three-year-old filly Toffee Nose after her victory against older horses at Caulfield.
Burning Front looked a stand-out on ratings in the VOBIS Gold Mile and that is the way it has turned out in the $250,000 race at Caulfield.
Champion jockey Glen Boss knows what it takes to win Australia's major staying races.
Trainer Kelly Doughty believes Queensland Oaks-bound Benfica Princess will be a lot fitter when she steps out at Doomben.
Luke hit the mark last week with Mongolian Wolf so is now 12 from 19 in the free Friday previews. He is previewing an early race tomorrow to hopefully put some money in the bank early.
With the benefit of hindsight and a long-range weather forecast, Victorian-trained Survived would have made his Sydney debut well before his assignment at Randwick.
Three-year-old Legless Veuve has been freshened since her Australian Guineas failure and trainer Stuart Webb has concluded the Group-winning filly is better suited as a sprinter.
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