Horse Racing

The Andrew Balding-trained Here Comes When has handled the wet conditions best to beat odds-on favourite Ribchester in the Sussex Stakes at Goodwood.

Clare Cunningham has trained her first city winner after partner Jason Collett guided Tenorino home at Warwick Farm.

Big name hoops sent packing- Jason Collett, Glyn Schofield and Josh Adams face time out of the saddle after pleading guilty to careless riding charges at Warwick Farm.

A heavy fog couldn’t stop Craig Newitt giving a glowing report on the performance of Lankan Rupee in a track gallop at Sandown.

Veteran galloper Nat King Cu spent most of his career in Canberra before switching to Warwick Farm, where he has dashed home for his first city win.

The Crisp Steeplechase at Sandown is the next feature jumps race for 10-year-old Wells who is on a path towards a crack at a third Grand National Steeplechase.

James Cummings has high hopes for talented filly Alizee with her maiden win set to be followed by a start in the Silver Shadow Stakes.

Top jockey Damian Browne has an aversion to long road trips but his driving has paid off with a win on promising Dansez at the Gold Coast.

Robbie Laing expects the 1000m at Flemington for Frankel My Dear to be too short and he will be happy if the horse is running on at the finish.

In-form mare Memes makes her black-type debut in the Missile Stakes at Randwick after five wins this preparation.

Barry Humphries says he’s just along for the ride as his wife Lizzie Spender’s horse Dante Rossetti finished sixth at Warwick Farm.

In-form apprentice Rachel King has relinquished her Warwick Farm rides after being involved in a fall.

Trainer Ken Keys is looking forward to getting Spanish Reef out to 2000m for the first time this campaign when the mare chases her third-straight city win.

Trainer David Vandyke hopes his six trial winners, including Group One star Yankee Rose, is an indication of a big season ahead.

Adam Campton’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for every race at today’s Warwick Farm meeting

Group One-winning jockey Darryl McLellan has ridden a barrier trial winner after getting his licence to ride renewed in Queensland.

Rockhampton trainer Ricky Vale has lost his appeal against a 12-month disqualification on three cobalt related charges.

Richie’s plays for Warwick Farm…..tricky day…….he’s keen to play in the sixth

Bruce Clark’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for every race at today’s Sale meeting”

Shane Ciurleo’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for every race at today’s Gold Coast meeting

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An appeal by Brisbane based RadioTAB to help the National Jockeys Trust has already raised $30,000.

Trials at the Cranbourne Training Complex have been rescheduled following a heavy workload over winter.

The John Gosden-trained three-year-old Stradivarius has upset Big Orange’s bid for a third successive Goodwood Cup.

Trainers have welcomed the return of trackwork on Canterbury’s course proper with Gai Waterhouse suggesting the ATC could charge for the privilege.

Trainer Gerald Ryan has outlined plans for three of his newly turned three-year-olds after their barrier trials.

Australia’s champion sire of 2017 commands a stunning fee of $176,000 and extends the legacy of his own sire Redoute’s Choice and grandsire Danehill.

A winner at Warrnambool has got apprentice Taylor Marshall off the mark in Victoria after his recent move from Sydney.

Clarry Conners says Bolero King will be his only chance in the Group Two Missile Stakes at Randwick, with Dorf Star and He’s A Given set for other races.

The likelihood of a suitable wet track at Randwick has Cranbourne trainer Mick Bell eyeing a Missile Stakes start for Jungle Edge.