Horse Racing

Claiming apprentice Tiffani Brooker’s hard work and good form have earned her another chance at a stakes win on Banda Spice at Ipswich.

Jim Byrne is well on his way to equalling his record for the number of stakes wins by a jockey in a Brisbane season.

Big Richie Callander’s best bets and tips for all races at Gosford today.

Shane has been finding winner after winner for followers. Read his full preview and best bets for the big Ipswich Cup card.

History-maker Michelle Payne will be doing her homework ahead of her ride on Kaspersky in the Queen Anne Stakes at Royal Ascot.

With 12 metropolitan meetings remaining in the season, Beau Mertens and Craig Williams are tied for the lead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership.

Big Richie has found some early plays for us for Saturday at Rosehill, Mooney Valley and the big Ipswich meeting

Apprentice jockey Deanne Panya has been released from hospital after being shaken when a horse flipped before a barrier trial at Warwick Farm.

Trainer Cameron Crockett is looking to The Frick to step up in the Highway Handicap at Rosehill.

After three successive wins on bush tracks, Mamzelle Tess is aiming to break her city maiden at Moonee Valley.

Jockey Damian Browne might hate driving the 100km from his Caloundra home to Ipswich but he has an amazing record at the track.

After winning four races in succession, Albury-trained mare Daisy Doutes makes her city debut at Moonee Valley.

Godolphin mare Alegria is expected to maintain her consistent form this campaign when she steps up in distance at Rosehill.

Trainer Kelly Schweida has carefully planned a win for Darktown Strutter at Ipswich.

A hurdle win to Ancient King at Ballarat has given Darren Weir his 400th win in Australia for the season, the first time a trainer has achieved the feat.

Michael Nolan is hoping the last-start failure of Ipswich Cup contender Jumbo Prince can be put down to the Eagle Farm track surface.

Tough New Zealander Benzini will have to smash a 55-year-old weight-carrying record to win the Ipswich Cup.

Trainer Darren Weir has moved to within one of his 400th winner for the season with a double at Sandown.

Frankie Dettori is expected to be fit to ride Shutter Speed in the Prix de Diane at Chantilly.

A chest rub ointment applied to the nostrils of Petrov has landed trainer Jim Cerchi jr an appointment before the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

Phoenix Park has given Grahame Begg his first city winner back following a training sabbatical.

Ruby Sea has brought up a century of winners around Australia for Caulfield-based trainer Ciaron Maher.

Fournette has won her second race in two starts, taking out a closely contested 1550m-event at Canterbury.

Star Galaxy has made the perfect start to her racing career with victory at Canterbury where she has overcome a poor start.

Former Melbourne mare Clockwork Orange has completed the first part of her Queensland mission, overcoming difficulties to win at the Sunshine Coast.

Game gelding Life O’Brien has snapped his winning drought with a resilient run at Canterbury’s midweek meeting.

Trainer Jason Warren expects Violent Snow can run another big race when she returns to Moonee Valley to chase back-to-back city wins.

Sultan Of Swing steps up in trip for the Kensei Handicap at Rosehill, his second start in Sydney after a rough Australian debut in Brisbane.

New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson has been found to be suffering a viral infection and will miss the rest of the season.

Trainer Kim Waugh isn’t worried by the prospect of a wet track for class galloper Shiraz who tackles the Listed Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.