Horse Racing

Calculated, a son of dual Cox Plate winner So You Think, has responded under pressure to win his first race at Canterbury.

Two-year-old filly Smart Coupe has backed up a convincing debut win at Wangaratta with a city win at her second start at Sandown.

Bjorn Baker has Your Way back from an illness-enforced spell and is eyeing black-type races in the spring after she makes her comeback at Warwick Farm.

Land Office will be the first Brisbane starter for experienced horseman Darryl Ward who has taken over his training from the retired Steele Ryan.

Avdulla leads Bowman by 5 1/2 wins but it was 5 more 14 city races ago. The race is on.

Adam Campton’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for each race at today’s Canterbury meeting.

Bruce Clark’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for each race at today’s Sandown meeting.

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

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

The Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained English has been selected by the wagering company TAB as its representative in the $10 million Everest.

Four Group races and a $1 million race for three-year-olds will enhance the next running of the Karaka Million meeting.

New Zealand jockey Danielle Johnson has finished third in the inaugural Lady Jockeys’ Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden.

Let’s start by stating the bleeding obvious – Michelle Payne took a diet pill containing phentermine and phentermine is a banned substance. Payne took full responsibility, as she should have under the existing Racing Rules, gets a suspension, so, end of story.

Promising filly La Chica Bella makes her Saturday grade debut for trainer Joe Pride on her new home track at Warwick Farm.

Leanne Henry has ridden a winner a Muswellbrook, her first since being injured in a three-horse fall at Warialda.

Silvestre de Sousa will partner Eminent for the first time in the Coral-Eclipse at Sandown.

Trainer Mike Moroney has three horses ready to contest the Winter Championship Series Final on their home track at Flemington.

Top Perth jockey William Pike will head to Singapore to ride the Laurie Laxon-trained Lim’s Samurai in the Group One Singapore Derby.

Trainer Gary Moore is ready to send out debutant Auchentoman who will aim to transfer his impressive trial form to racing at Canterbury.

Blake Shinn has ridden a treble on the seven-race card at Arlington Park to take his tally to six during his stint in the United States.

Jockey Michael Walker has made his return to trackwork after a lengthy injury absence, riding five horses in gallops at Caulfield.

Beau Mertens will get the chance to build on his Melbourne premiership lead in the absence of rival Craig Williams at Sandown.

Popular Bendigo racing identity Donna Philpot will be farewelled at the local track after losing her life in a riding incident.

Leading Victorian jockey Dean Yendall has been sidelined for at least two days after a fall at Mildura.

Shalaa, the Champion 2YO Colt of Great Britain and France in 2015 descends on Arrowfield this season as a son of the new-age European sire-of-sires in Invincible Spirit.

Harry Bentley has been recalled to ride Limato when he takes on Caravaggio in the July Cup at Newmarket.

Hayley Turner has ridden a winner at Windsor as she prepares for the Lady Jockeys’ Thoroughbred World Championships in Sweden.

Jockey Dean Yendall has escaped a fall at Mildura in country Victoria without any broken bones.

Amovatio, winner of the 2015 Listed Winter Championship Series Final, is one of 23 nominations for this year’s race and has top weight of 60kg.

The Robbie Laing-trained Lord Of The Sky has won a barrier trial at Cranbourne ahead of his return to racing.