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Punters have opened up their wallets to bet on the Champagne Stakes this Saturday with some big bets recorded with the TAB. We take a look at the biggest potential …

Punters have not shied away from betting on the All Aged Stakes this Saturday with huge bets recorded with the TAB. We take a look at the biggest potential collects …

It’s not always easy to break your maiden but it couldn’t have been any easier for the Tania Foster-trained Sentinel McLaren at Murray Bridge on Sunday night. Sentinel McLaren only …

How many jockey racing colours did you see at the Melbourne Spring Racing Carnival with the Mittys logo featured on the back of the jockey’s collar?

The Golden Eagle is upon us with Racing NSW Chairman Mr Russell Balding AO previously announcing that the Iron Jack sponsored “The Golden Eagle is the first feature race on the Australian Racing Calendar exclusively for 4yo horses.”

It’s approaching Sunday 13 October in the Czech Republic and 21 runners will be facing the starter in the world famous 129th Velka Pardubicka Steeplechase.

The might of Arrowfield Stud has again made its presence felt at Royal Randwick with Castelvecchio poised to take out the Gr1 $1m Moet & Chandon Spring Champion Stakes over 2000m.

Houtzen may create Australian racing history in winning the Prix de l’Abbaye Longchamp Longines at ParisLongchamp, but Enable will definitely create international history in winning her third Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe

It’s the Sydney Spring Racing and the Everest Carnival with the $500,000 Gr1 Darley Flight Stakes of 1600m for 3yo fillies at set-weights taking pride of place on TAB Epsom Day at Royal Randwick.

Now branded a ‘stallion making’ race the $1m Gr1 Golden Rose Stakes of 1400m has 11 of its 16 race winners retiring with healthy stud fees.

In a determined bid to reduce equine fatalities the Thoroughbred Horseman’s Association have engaged Dr Andy Belfiore as Project Manager for the Mid-Atlantic Strategic Plan to Reduce Equine Fatalities.

David Merrick of Widden Stud is this year’s recipient of the Thoroughbred Excellence award for the Godolphin Stud and Stable Staff Awards due to his ‘unparalleled experience, unique skills and an unquestionable willingness to share these skills.’

The Ciaron Maher and David Eustace stable has held long-range plans to win the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes with former Irish sprinter Spirit Of Valor.

Redzel will be among the star sprinters to clash in The Shorts at Randwick on a path to the $14 million Everest four weeks later.

Trainer Tony Gollan believes there are still plenty of options for sprinter Zoustyle who could even head to Western Australia.

David Hayes is focused on training as many winners as he can for Lindsay Park clients ahead of his move to Hong Kong.

Can Enable become the ‘world’s mightiest racehorse’ in taking out a third Qatar Prix de l’Arc de Triomphe over 2400m on the first Sunday in October?

Trainer Lindsey Smith has given Memsie Stakes winner Scales Of Justice the go-ahead for another Group One assignment in the Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington.

Trainer Jim Conlan wants to test his Caulfield and Melbourne Cup hope Beau Balmain in the weight-for-age John F Feehan Stakes to plan his spring path.

Scarlet Dream will begin a campaign aimed at the major spring staying races when she runs over 1500 metres at Randwick.

David Pfieffer has given McEwen Stakes contender Prophet’s Thumb and stablemate Love Shack Baby a look at The Valley ahead of their respective races.

With Aquis making their mark on the race track and the sales ring it is the Japanese import and duel Group 1 Weight-For-Age winner Brave Smash who is lifting Aquis Farm Hunter Valley to a higher level this season.

Trainer Phillip Stokes would have liked a better barrier draw for Terbium but still expects a strong showing from the sprinter first-up at The Valley.

Having kicked off his career on the country circuit, Superium will bid to put his city rivals to the sword in the Up And Coming Stakes.

Wells will attempt a record fourth Grand National Steeplechase victory at the final jumps meeting for the season at Ballarat.

In opening the breeding season for Widden Stud, Antony Thompson quoted his father Bim and grandfather Frank Thompson in saying ‘stand the best by the best,’ that reinforced ‘our focus on what serves us so well – pure Australian speed.’

As Twin Hills says Denman is your man if you are looking for those must-have qualities of speed and durability.

In retiring to his birthplace at Arrowfield Stud, The Autumn Sun is described as ‘the spectacular star of his generation, the best colt by super-sire Redoubt’s Choice, and a five-time Group 1 winner.’

Deference has added his name to Godolphin’s long list of spring hopefuls from its three-year-old ranks after winning for the first time in four starts.

The inaugural Former Jockeys Reunion will be conducted at Royal Randwick this Saturday 3 August commencing at 12noon in the Old Jockeys Room