Harness Racing

Racing Queensland and four corporate bookmakers will join forces to raise funds for drought relief.

Geoff and Sue Corrigan, half-owners of Melbourne Cup winner Vow And Declare, have donated $50,000 of their prize money to Dementia Australia.

Speed is Nature Strip’s biggest asset but to win the Everest, jockey Tim Clark knows he needs to use it wisely.

A group of Queensland scientists and veterinarians has increased its calls for a national inquiry into cobalt related cases.

The Racing Queensland’board has released new plans it hopes will make racing the premier sport in the state.

An App designed to put users in control of the racing vision and information they consume has been launched by Tabcorp.

Disciplinary charges against racing participants in Victoria are set to be heard by a new board, the Victorian Racing Tribunal.

The TAB has introduced a new bet type, Odds and Evens, aimed at attracting younger punters with the revenue to fund the $7/5 million Golden Eagle.

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

Suspended trainer Ben Smith has been found guilty of 10 charges regarding elevated cobalt levels, race day treatments and giving false evidence.

Champion reinsman Chris Alford is on track to make history again with a 100th Group One win.

Trainer Ben Smith has fronted a Racing NSW stewards inquiry relating to illegal cobalt levels and giving false evidence.

After a dominant six-length win at Ballarat on debut, talented two-year-old colt Super Seth will have his first city start at Caulfield over 1200m.

A toddler is in a critical condition after she was hit by a metal gate at a race track north of Brisbane.

Peter and Paul Snowden have unveiled Golden Slipper prospect McLaren at Rosehill where he has won the Canonbury Stakes.

Racing Queensland has announced a 17 per cent increase in prize money for greyhounds and harness racing.

Racing Queensland has announced prize money increases after a hard-fought battle to gain extra funding from the state government.

Hugh Bowman has guided the Chris Waller-trained colt Charge to a fighting win in a Group Three sprint race at Moonee Valley.

Queensland’s racing industry has put plans to strike on Cox Plate and Melbourne Cup days this year on hold for now as it seeks a slice of a new betting tax.

Queensland’s racing minister has met with industry officials to fend off strikes they have threatened unless they get a share of the state’s new gambling tax.

Queensland’s racing minister will meet industry officials to fend off strikes they have threatened unless they get a share of the state’s new gambling tax.

Queensland’s racing minister will meet industry officials to fend off strikes they have threatened unless they get a share of the state’s new gambling tax.

Organisers of a threatened strike in the Queensland racing industry have called on Racing MInister Sterling Hinchliffe to return from holidays to meet them.

Racing Queensland will ask the state government for additional funds to help with prize money after a decision to direct Point of Consumption tax elsewhere.

Leading trainer Robert Heathcote has called on the Queensland racing industry to protest the distribution of funds from a new Point of Consumption tax.

Racing Queensland has recorded a $1.2 million company loss for the past financial year.

Queensland harness trainer Rachel Scott has had a 15-month disqualification on a cobalt charge reduced to a three-month suspension.

NZ police have arrested a further three people, bringing the number charged to 10 as they continue investigations into alleged race fixing in harness racing.

The New Zealand harness racing industry has been hit with allegations of race fixing with several properties raided as part of an ongoing police investigation.

Vega Magic has remained unbeaten in three starts at Caulfield, dominating his rivals in the Group Three Bletchingly Stakes.