Horse Racing

Santa Ana Lane has won his third Group One victory of the season with victory in the $1.5 million Stradbroke Handicap.

Michael Walker has been taken to hospital after being in a distressed state following his win in the Group Two Queensland Guineas aboard Sambro.

Sedanzer has ploughed through heavy going to win the Group Two Brisbane Cup at Doomben, continuing the stellar winter carnival of jockey Tim Clark.

Japanese import Hallelujah Boy has claimed a long-awaited win after handling the wet track at Randwick.

Sydney three-year-old Sambro has bounced back from a barrier disaster two weeks ago to win the Group Two Queensland Guineas.

Brook Magic has nailed her first win over 1100m for trainer Joe Pride to indicate black-type races will be on her agenda as this preparation unfolds.

Jockey Kate Walters has allowed Choysa to run his own race in front providing her with a first victory at Flemington.

Veteran galloper Hopfgarten has turned back the clock two years to win his second Wayne Wilson Mile.

Call To Mind, owned by the Queen, has won the Grade Two Belmont Gold Cup Invitational in New York

The Lion has won the Highway Handicap at Randwick for Tamworth trainer Michelle Williams.

The August has made it two wins from as many starts with victory at Flemington and trainer Brent Stanley will now set the colt for a spring campaign.

Resuming colt Dio D’Oro has made light work of a heavy track at Randwick to record his first win at the fourth attempt.

Syndicate boss Grant Morgan believes his mare Savanna Amour is potentially the best horse in Queensland after her win at Doomben.

Justify is spot-on ahead of his bid to win the Belmont Stakes and complete the Triple Crown.

The weather hasn’t been good in Sydney and therefore its a heavy track at Randwick but our man Richie Boy is heading to the eastern suburbs full of confidence. Check out his full preview and best bets on the card. Good punting.

It’s Straddy Day on a wet track so the Shane “The Money Man” Ciurleo has done the rain affected form. Check out his full Stradbroke day preview & best bets. Good luck punters.

Flemington looks picture perfect ahead of its big day of racing and our man Bruce Clark is looking to continue his outstanding run at the home of the Melbourne Cup. Check out his full preview and best plays for the day. Good luck punters.

Champion jockey Joao Moreira is to leave Hong Kong with plans to move to Japan in the new season.

Trainer Desleigh Forster’s patience with Too Good To Refuse can be rewarded with a win when the stakes-winning gelding resumes at Doomben.

A wet track should be tailor-made for Brook Magic to make a strong return to racing as the Joe Pride-trained filly targets black-type during winter.

Stewards have left the Doomben track at a heavy eight rating after a late afternoon inspection ahead of the Stradbroke meeting.

Miss Gunpowder and Cool Chap have returned to Lindsay Park after interstate raids and are set to line up in the Rod Johnson Handicap at Flemington.

Winning debutant Black Magnum has his first start on grass when the Mark Newnham-trained colt takes on the Spring On Sale Handicap at Randwick.

Daniel Bowman has a two-run campaign planned for Roddandtodd to give the sprinter the chance to chase good prize money late in his three-year-old season.

Racing Queensland vets have given the green light for Endless Drama and Burning Passion to run in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap at Doomben.

Tim Clark regrets being unable to make weight to partner Perast in the Stradbroke Handicap, but is upbeat about renewing his association with Care To Think.

Gosford trainer Angela Davies is hoping to secure a jockey for Machinegun Jubs on race day at Randwick as the mare targets black-type in the June Stakes.

Gold Coast trainer Toby Edmonds can put the icing on a great season if Sizzling Ace wins the Group One J J Atkins Stakes at Doomben.

In-form apprentice Jean Van Overmeire is after his third win on Doukhan when the nine-year-old returns contests Stayers Cup at Randwick.

Australian jockey Tommy Berry has announced he will return home from Hong Kong to Sydney racing next season.