Horse Racing

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has suspended trainer John Sadler for improper conduct resulting from the scratching of Observational at Sandown.

Gerry Harvey’s New Zealand Group Two placegetter Cut Me Loose has been sent to the United States where he will be trained by Wesley Ward.

Single Bullet has another chance to prove his readiness for the Magic Millions 3YO Guineas when he attempts to rebound from a poor performance at Rosehill.

New Zealand stayer Castletown, a Group One winner on both sides of the Tasman, has died aged 31.

Akkadian is to start in a two-year-old race at Warwick Farm in an effort to gain a run in the Magic Millions Classic at the Gold Coast.

Group One winner Capital Gain will run in a barrier trial at Deagon in preparation for the Vo Rogue Plate.

Racing Victoria has announced it will showcase jumps racing with the addition of two super jumps days at Warrnambool and Bendigo.

A showcase of jumps racing over two feature Sundays in July headlines the enhancements made to the 2018 Victorian jumps racing program which was released by Racing Victoria

Jamie Stier is to leave his position as chief regulatory officer at the British Horseracing Authority to take up a role in his native Australia.

Champion Winx has returned from her country break to her Sydney stable to be prepared for the autumn.

Trainer Greg Eurell has high hopes for sprinter Toy Boy and is considering a step up to Listed company for the lightly-raced four-year-old.

Magic Millions contender Secret Lady will run against older horses in a barrier trial at Warwick Farm.

Persian Empire is being considered for a trip across the Tasman to start in the Group One New Zealand Derby at Ellerslie.

All Over Bosanova will be given the chance to earn a wild card into the Magic Millions carnival.

Strong numbers have been returned for Victoria’s spring racing carnival showing an increase in attendance, wagering, viewership and engagement.

The Brisbane Racing Club is hoping to attract all three placegetters from Saturday’s Villiers Stakes to run in the Bernborough Handicap.

Christophe Soumillon has become the most successful European Flat jockey in a calendar year.

Faatinah and Shaf have won Flemington jump-outs in preparation for their trip Dubai for the World Cup carnival.

Campo has Sha Tin covered for this evening’s meeting with his best bets, value bet and his tips for every race.

Apprentice Rebecca Goldsbury has been suspended for a second time on a handling charge after a ride at Toowoomba.

Toast Of New York will have his next start in the $16 million Pegasus World Cup at Gulfstream Park.

Racing Victoria stewards have suspended apprentice Ben Thompson for 12 meetings on a careless riding charge after he rode a double at Caulfield.

Villiers Stakes-winning jockey Jason Collett has been suspended for careless riding at Randwick.

Mark Waugh has deputised for his trainer wife Kim after Uptown Lad’s win at Randwick while keeping a close eye on the cricket.

Tony Gollan got his fourth winner for the day when Most Important won back-to-back Lough Neagh Stakes at Doomben.

Zestful will make another attempt to qualify for the Magic Millions fillies and mares race after winning the Razor Sharp Handicap at Randwick.

The Mathew Ellerton and Simon Zahra-trained Crystal Dream registered his 10th career win when successful in the Catanach’s Jewellers Handicap at Caulfield.

Gold Coast galloper Whypeeo has returned to his best form, to led all the way to win the Listed Gold Edition Stakes at Doomben.

Queenslander Crack Me Up has had to call on all his reserves to win in a thrilling finish to the GroupTwo Villiers Stakes at Randwick.

Tough gelding Pinch River has responded to a training regime of doing nothing by winning the Listed Bribie Handicap at Doomben.