Horse Racing

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.

Connections of Le Romain and Global Glamour believe both are worthy candidates for the $10 million Everest.

Whoomph will be given his chance at Listed level at Flemington against Royal Symphony who beat him last time they met.

Gary Portelli is looking to Lipizzan and Nicci’s Gold to add to his two-year-old record in a season highlighted by She Will Reign’s Golden Slipper.

Big Richie this week looks at the Everest, some confusion in QLD, is a bus headed towards the BRC, more racing channels and here comes Hughy.

Young jockey Regan Bayliss has received a positive report about his recovery from a broken wrist and will return to trackwork in another week.

Lloyd Williams has celebrated a victory with Rekindling in the Curragh Cup with trainer Joseph O’Brien to look at the Irish St Leger with the colt.

Matthew Howard of Mounting Yard Mail was back at Rosehill Gardens on the weekend and for those that follow on race day had some good collects with 3 on top selections getting home.

Wings Of Eagles, the surprise winner of the Epsom Derby, has been retired after suffering a career-ending injury at the Curragh.

Marinaresco has gone one better than a year ago to win the Durban July, South Africa’s premier race.

A treble at the Sunshine Coast on Saturday probably won’t be enough for Damian Browne to catch Jeff Lloyd in the Caloundra premiership.

The Australian Turf Club has been inundated with applications for its slot in The Everest.

Trainer Steve Tregea’s policy of buying quality broodmares continues to pay off after Prioritise’s Sunshine Coast win.

Last-start Listed winner Tashbeeh and defending champion Ruettiger are set to line up for the Lindsay Park stable in the All Victorian Sprint Series Final.

Group One-placed Charnley River will be sent to the United States to race after bleeding for a second time.

Popular Victorian jockey Roger Booth has died of a suspected heart attack after riding in a race at Darwin.

Kyneton trainer Dean Krongold has celebrated his first Saturday city winner, with recent addition Nesbo successful at Caulfield.

Calanda has returned to Rosehill in style after a tough Queensland winter carnival to give the Snowdens successive winners.

After a late call-up, Adam Hyeronimus has ridden Monsieur Gustave to win the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at Caloundra.

Sydney stayer Supply and Demand has produced a great front-running display to win the Listed Caloundra Cup.

Jockey Travis Wolfgram has been ruled out of the remainder of the meeting at Rosehill after collapsing following the Winter Cup.

Unique Lovely, a filly trained by Frankie Stockdale and ridden by the trainer’s son Brandon, has notched her third-straight success with victory at Caulfield.

Darryl Hansen missed one of his biggest wins recently but made sure he was on hand to see Bring It Home Pop win the McLachlan Memorial at Caloundra.

Itsa Fait Accompli has won the Highway Handicap at Rosehill for Gundagai trainer David Blundell.

Durable mare Rustic Melody wins for the first time in over a year to give Sydney premiership-chasing jockey Hugh Bowman an early double at Rosehill.

After being headed by Just Dreaming when they last met, Insensata has reversed the positions at Rosehill.