Horse Racing

Trainer Kelly Doughty has a chance to win a feature double at the Sunshine Coast with horses she and her husband Gary have bred.

The Monstar will be out to add the Civic Stakes to his recent June Stakes win with trainer Brett Cavanough to take him to Rosehill rather than Caloundra.

Larry Cassidy hopes to set a record for the most Caloundra Cup wins when he rides War Baby.

Craig Williams and Beau Mertens are fighting out the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership and trainer Henry Dwyer has called on the pair for rides at Caulfield.

Adam Campton’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy every race for Rosehill tomorrow.

The Tony McEvoy-trained Nistaan resumes at Caulfield after a break to recover from travel sickness.

Big Richie Callander has found some early plays for us all over the country for tomorrow’s big meetings. The big man has been killing it so don’t miss these.

Trainer Liam Birchley is hoping he can reap the benefits of his new rural property by winning the Sunshine Coast Guineas with Crack Me Up.

Bruce Clark’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy every race for Caulfield tomorrow.

Melbourne-based jockey Michael Dee heads to Sydney for five rides at Rosehill including Invincible Knight in the Civic Stakes and Alegria in the Winter Cup.

Shane Ciurleo’s full preview and best bets for Sunshine Coast tomorrow. Shane was on fire on Wednesday getting 5 of the 8 winners from his on top selections.

Applications for the Australian Turf Club’s slot in The Everest are due to close.

Michelle Payne made a mistake in taking a banned appetite suppressant but the buck stops with riders, the jockeys association says.

The VRC will parade some of racing’s retired champions at each Flemington raceday to raise awareness of Living Legends.

Michael Cahill hopes to build on his treble at Ballina with another stakes win at the Sunshine Coast meeting.

Danny Williams says Mister Marmalade and O’Lordy can cope with a Highway Handicap over 1800 metres at Rosehill, but he hopes the weather stays dry.

Having won the Ipswich Cup in style at his most recent start, Victorian stayer Self Sense will attempt to add the Caloundra Cup at the Sunshine Coast.

Tony Allan, famous for winning the 1988 Melbourne Cup on Empire Rose, has ridden the first winner of his comeback.

Last-start Rosehill runner-up Foreign Affair has been scratched from another race in Sydney to instead run on her home track at Caulfield.

Southern Tablelands trainer Mary Bray is looking forward to her first stakes race with lowly rated filly So It Is in the Winter Cup at Rosehill.

Man of His Word has drawn barrier 14 of 15 in the Glasshouse Handicap but trainer Bruce Hill is not too concerned.

Trainer Mark Webb has had many top two-year-olds but struggles to remember one as consistent as Acceptile who tackles the Bruce McLachlan Memorial.

Jockey Michelle Payne says she takes full responsibility after returning a positive test to a banned appetite suppressant.

Apprentice Jordan Childs has outridden his claim but can use his allowance for the final time at Caulfield where he has five rides.

Trainer Jim Cerchi jr has been fined over the application of Chest Rub Ointment to the nostrils of a horse on race day.

Trainer Matt Dunn won’t push Zamex no matter how well he races in the Group Three Sunshine Coast Guineas.

Big Richie found 3 of the 7 winners at Warwick Farm for followers yesterday and is confident he has found some today.

Not just any walk – Hugh Bowman has special reasons to trek Kokoda with mates.

Tiffani Brooker’s chances to become the first female apprentice to ride 50 winners in a season have it a snag with a suspension.

Craig Williams has put his nose in front in the race for the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership with a winning double at Sandown.