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Group One stars will be in action during a set of Cranbourne barrier trials as they work to enhance their fitness ahead of the spring carnival.

Twilight Run will put his spring credentials on the line when he runs in the Dynamic Print Group Handicap at The Valley.

Matthew Brown will bid to kick-start the new season with a stable first when he chases a maiden Sydney win with Exasperate.

The Randwick Guineas winner Kementari retires to stud at Kelvinside, to stand beside his sire Lonhro as the ‘dominant three-year-old of his generation.’

Sir Mark Todd is excited about renewing his training career after announcing his retirement from eventing.

The health of Melbourne Cup winner Subzero is improving with the rising 31-year-old a chance to return home soon to his Heathcote paddock.

“It is an honour to stand two US Triple Crown winners in the Hunter Valley. Justify, the only Triple Crown winner ever to retire unbeaten, will stand alongside American Pharoah, who has already enjoyed an excellent start with his first 2yo’s in Europe and America.”

“It is so pleasing to see so many young people with a passion for the thoroughbred industry wanting to improve their skills and apply for the scholarships,”

The second intake of 30 students for the Explorer Cadetship Program in stud and stable management closes on Monday 8 July with the course commencing on Thursday 8 August.

What a season I Am Invincible is having! Champion Australian Sire of 2YOs without having a winner of the Golden Slipper, Blue Diamond Stakes or Magic Millions 2YO Classic, and no 2yo Group 1 winners.

It’s European Classic time and the French say the Prix de Diane Longines is elegant and excellent, even chic. A highlight of the Parisian summer!

“Breeders have been losing million of dollars annually for far too long, from not knowing the Foetal Sex that their mares are carrying”

Winning Ways, who was raced by the late Paul Makin, will carry the successful owner’s colours in the Queensland Oaks.

A full field of 16 plus five emergencies is set to contest the Group One Queensland Oaks at Doomben.

The sales ring at the National Broodmare Sale at the Gold Coast has lit up with the sale of Fastnet Rock mare Missrock for $2.3 million.

Last-start Scone winner King’s Champ will take on a strong late season field of two-year-olds at Rosehill.

Santa Ana Lane and Steel Prince will head to the spelling paddock with trainer Anthony Freedman to plan their paths to the spring.

Trainer Gary Portelli is hoping a patient ride on Spaceboy can help the youngster replicate his recent barrier trial success.

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has boosted its ranks with the appointment of two experienced stewards.

Lindsay Park is concerned with the weight Sebrakate will carry in two-year-old races over winter, preferring to now wait for the early spring with the colt.

Impressive NSW country galloper Noble Boy confirmed his high rating with a strong win at Eagle Farm.

Thomas Stockdale is the latest Victorian rider set to represent Australia in an apprentices’ race at Chantilly on French Oaks day.

Independent Road will be turned out for a break and set for the Victoria Derby after his victory in the Hugh Bowman Hall Of Fame Trophy at Flemington.

Connections of Australian sprinter Houtzen feel she may have been overlooked for the King’s Stand Stakes at Royal Ascot.

Trainer Tony Gollan has had no hesitation in backing I’m A Rippa up in the BRC Sprint at Doomben, a race he won last year.

Gary and Mary West, the owners of Maximum Security, have filed a lawsuit seeking to have the Kentucky Derby disqualification of their horse overturned in court.

The winners keep coming for All Too Hard with his South African juvenile Frosted Gold on track to be Champion 2YO following victory in the SA Nursery

Trainer Tony McEvoy will build a new training complex at Ballarat to complement his established bases at Angaston and Flemington.

Dual Arc winner Enable is set to make her eagerly anticipated return to action at Royal Ascot after being scratched from the Coronation Cup at Epsom.

James McDonald has posted an important milestone in this season’s Sydney jockeys’ premiership after winning on Primitivo at Warwick Farm.