Caloundra trainer Darryl Hansen will have siblings Pennino and Balboa Rocks chasing victory in the Sunshine Coast Cup.

Six Group One winners are among the 14 nominations for the weight-for-age Group Two Australia Stakes at The Valley.

Star New Zealand three-year-old Catalyst is ready to begin his next campaign with Australia on the agenda after he races at Ellerslie.

Talented sprinter Guard of Honour is set to take on track specialist Tarzan at the Sunshine Coast over 1000 metres.

Trainer Tony McEvoy is keen to take Hey Doc to Dubai for the Al Quoz Sprint but first the multiple Group One winner will run in feature races in Melbourne.

Soleseifei has claimed a memorable Wellington Cup win carrying the same colours as Kiwi almost four decades earlier.

Trainers Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young have mapped out a program for Caulfield Cup placegetter Mirage Dancer starting with the Group One C F Orr Stakes.

Central Queensland sprinter Master Jamie has earned the chance to win big QTIS prize money with his Eagle Farm win.

Jockeys from around Australia will take to the field at Williamstown Oval for the annual charity cricket match against a Racing All-Stars side.

Chris Waller-trained sprinters Yes Yes Yes and Nature Strip are ready to step out in a Warwick Farm barrier trial to begin their campaigns.

Stakes-winning colt Hanseatic is scheduled to make his return in the Blue Diamond Preview for colts and geldings at Caulfield.

Queensland’s metropolitan jockeys premiership is developing into one of the most closely contested in years.

Danny O’Brien is delighted with the way Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare is progressing in his early build-up towards his autumn campaign.

Talented grey Silvera will attempt to give trainer Tony Gollan another summer feature race win in the Sunshine Coast Cup.

Top trainer Robert Heathcote believes a better media rights deal is essential to continue the code’s upward spiral in Queensland.

Defi Du Seuil has asserted his superiority over Un De Sceaux in the Clarence House Chase at Ascot.

Seven-year-old gelding Lord Von Costa has notched his first win since 2016 at Flemington, having come back from two tendon injuries.

Adelaide-based sprinter Bold Star has claimed his first stakes win with a narrow victory over Causeway Girl in the Listed Kensington Stakes at Flemington.

Tim Clark has been seen at his best on two front runners at Rosehill including Embracer for Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott.

Trainer Mike Moroney is planning to run three-year-old Alabama Express in the Group One CF Orr Stakes after the colt made a winning return at Flemington.

Cool Chap has broken an 838-day exile from the winner’s list with a victory in the Open Handicap at Eagle Farm.

New Zealand mare Avantage has overcome the widest barrier to beat dual winner Enzo’s Lad in the Group One Telegraph at Trentham.

Lashes has backed up her last-start victory with a wet track win at Rosehill while Enfleurage has franked the form with success of her own.

Two-year-old Personal has finished strongly to win in her second start at Flemington, with co-trainer David Hayes believing she’s a filly with a bright future.

Apprentice Adin Thompson has ridden his first Saturday metropolitan winner on promising gelding The Kingdom at Eagle Farm.

Trainer Matt Kropp has continued his good run with New Zealand-bred horses, with Romakash winning at Eagle Farm.

Trainer Robert Heathcote believes Eagle Farm winner Emerald Kingdom can develop into a topliner if his pre-race manners improve.

Well bred filly Cellsabeel has stamped her credentials for the Golden Slipper with a comprehensive wet-track win at Rosehill.

Trainer Les Ross has indicated he would be a major force in two-year-old races this year, with Mishani Miss winning at Eagle Farm.

The Gold Coast Turf Club has been forced to abandon racing and also a phantom meeting because of rain.