British racing is likely to resume behind closed doors once given the appropriate go-ahead following the current shutdown amid the coronavirus pandemic.

Trainer Kris Lees has a slight leaning to Mustajeer as he prepares to saddle up three runners in the Group One Tancred Stakes at Rosehill.

Craig Widdison will take every opportunity he can get to start his horses while racing continues under the threat of COVID-19.

Untapped three-year-old Pride Of Adelaide will give up-and-coming trainer Nathan Doyle his first stakes runner when he chases a hat-trick of wins at Rosehill.

Trainer Robert Heathcote is hoping for a Doomben double before Queensland racing is divided into regions next week.

The Chris Waller-trained Funstar is tracking to become the dominant filly of the autumn if she can add the Vinery to her record.

While Murray Baker has been forced to shut down his New Zealand training operation, his son Bjorn Baker is keeping the flag flying in Sydney.

Mark Zahra spent the day watching Netflix and playing X-Box awaiting the news of a COVID-19 test which produced a negative result allowing racing to resume.

Group One winner Kementari makes his return to racing as a gelding in the Star Kingdom Stakes.

Having considered sending Debt Agent to Sydney for the Doncaster Mile, trainer Jim Conlan has instead decided to stay home and run the gelding at Bendigo.

Two-year-old colt Postcode is scheduled to step up to 1400m in the Group Three Schweppervescence at Rosehill, chasing a breakthrough win at his fifth start.

Trainer Tom Button is planning to relocate part of his team to Rockhampton so they can race in central Queensland during the coronavirus pandemic.

Promising stayer Carif has been set a long-range goal to run in the Melbourne Cup and a Group One assignment at Rosehill will be an important stepping stone.

Trainer John Sargent believes four-year-old mare House Of Cartier will take beating when she steps up to 2000m in the Neville Sellwood Stakes at Rosehill.

Nature Strip has beaten Santa Ana Lane and Redzel in a barrier trial at Randwick ahead of their clash in the TJ Smith Stakes.

Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds is juggling options as Queensland moves to regional racing.

Thoroughbred Racing SA has announced prize money cuts to keep racing going while also cancelling the Easter jumps carnival at Oakbank.

United States Hall of Fame jockey Javier Castellano is in isolation after a positive test for COVID-19.

The major Queensland clubs will shed hundreds of staff and face losses running into millions of dollars after the winter carnival was scrapped.

Interstate movement of horses will be subject to stricter conditions in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Queensland jockeys have been asked to nominate the region where they want to ride when the state moves to racing in zones.

Australian racing is still on tenterhooks waiting to get the go-ahead to continue with the result of a coronavirus test on a jockey unknown.

Rising to a middle distance could prove an advantage for untapped talent Game Of Thorns when she takes on two benchmark fillies at Rosehill.

Racing authorities are still waiting for results of a coronavirus test on a jockey who unknowingly flew on a commercial flight with an infected passenger.

Days after Inglis announced its prestigious Easter Yearling Sale would be conducted online, Arrowfield Stud has made the decision to withdraw its draft.

Ballarat trainer Matt Cumani has been looking at a number of different scenarios should racing be shutdown because of the COVID-19 virus.

Trainers across NSW are continuing with biosecurity measures in stables while making contingency plans in the event racing is shut down.

The coronavirus test on jockey Mark Zahra is in the queue with Racing Victoria awaiting the result to see if racing can resume.

Two Sydney jockeys have returned negative tests to COVID-19 after fears a fellow rider may have been exposed.

The board of Horse Racing Ireland believes the experience of holding closed-shop meetings could help when the sport is back up and running.