Horse Racing

The track rider killed during training at Bendigo Racecourse in regional Victoria has been remembered as a devoted member of the racing community.

Chris Waller has confirmed he will open a 20-horse stable on the Gold Coast to be managed by Paul Shailer.

Group One placegetter Faraway Town will run at either Rosehill or Caloundra depending on barrier draws.

Stakes-placed sprinting mare I Am Gypsy is a recent addition to the Matthew Dale stable and is entered to run in a sprint race at Rosehill.

Cameron Crockett has a two-pronged attack on the Highway Handicap at Rosehill with experienced campaigner Barbass and Kingsbridge.

Racing NSW stewards have adjourned an inquiry into the alleged non-reporting of strangles by Godolphin last year after requesting additional evidence.

Trainer Brendan McCarthy is looking forward to Divine Mr Artie’s latest campaign, believing the gelding has returned better than ever.

Common Purpose will attempt to bring his winning form to Sydney after breaking through at Goulburn after a frustrating four seconds.

The Matthew Williams-trained Alma’s Rossa will be out to register her first city win at Sandown in a stepping stone to the Rivette Series Final.

Big Richie Callander’s best bets and tips for every race at today’s Newcastle meeting.

Paul Shailer will run Chris Waller’s Queensland satellite stable which is expected to be approved shortly.

Canberra trainer Matthew Dale has pinpointed a Caulfield race as the next test for progressive filly Clipper after two wins in Highway Handicaps in Sydney.

New Zealand trainer John Bary is eyeing off spring fillies and mares features in Melbourne for the talented Miss Wilson.

Apprentice Beau Mertens leads the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with 10 meetings remaining and is close to outriding his claim.

Chris Munce is looking to Constantine to make it five wins from five starts for his stable when he runs in the Sunshine Coast Guineas.

Matthew Howard was at Royal Randwick on Saturday with his best roughie Salerno in the last getting the cash at $41 for followers who had a great finish to the day.

Australian John Size has trained his 92nd winner for the season to set a Hong Kong record.

Coolmore has moved closer to confirming unbeaten colt Caravaggio could be its representative in the $10 million Everest.

Beautifully bred Rancho Montoya could head to Melbourne in the spring if he can build on his first-up win at Ipswich.

After being injured in the Group One BMW in the autumn, Tavago is back in light training with a view to a Melbourne spring campaign.

Winx, Waller and Bowman at the top with Group One racing over for the season.

NSW trained horses have again dominated the Brisbane winter carnival, winning six of the eight Group One races.

The Tin Man has won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, the final Group One race of the Royal Ascot meeting.

Rudy’s win in the Tattersall’s Cup at Doomben has given the Clarke family an overdue victory.

The group that have no say but supply the lion’s share of the industry funding the punters. Perhaps the happenings of last week has given the punters a chance to vote with their feet?

Beau Mertens maintains a one-win lead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership after he and Craig Williams each rode a winning double at Flemington.

The win of Thaad in a three-year-old race at Flemington has Hawkes Racing thinking of bigger spring riches.

James Cummings will take up his role as Australian head trainer for Godolphin on a high note after winning the Healy Stakes at Doomben with Burning Passion.

Former Hong Kong galloper Riyadh has landed his biggest prize in Australia, taking out the David Bourke Provincial Plate at Flemington.

Mud lark gelding Pelethronius has continued his affinity with wet tracks by winning at Randwick to stay unbeaten this campaign.