Horse Racing

Matthew Howard was at Royal Randwick on Saturday with his best roughie Salerno in the last getting the cash at $41 for followers who had a great finish to the day.

Australian John Size has trained his 92nd winner for the season to set a Hong Kong record.

Coolmore has moved closer to confirming unbeaten colt Caravaggio could be its representative in the $10 million Everest.

Beautifully bred Rancho Montoya could head to Melbourne in the spring if he can build on his first-up win at Ipswich.

After being injured in the Group One BMW in the autumn, Tavago is back in light training with a view to a Melbourne spring campaign.

Winx, Waller and Bowman at the top with Group One racing over for the season.

NSW trained horses have again dominated the Brisbane winter carnival, winning six of the eight Group One races.

The Tin Man has won the Diamond Jubilee Stakes, the final Group One race of the Royal Ascot meeting.

Rudy’s win in the Tattersall’s Cup at Doomben has given the Clarke family an overdue victory.

The group that have no say but supply the lion’s share of the industry funding the punters. Perhaps the happenings of last week has given the punters a chance to vote with their feet?

Beau Mertens maintains a one-win lead in the Melbourne jockeys’ premiership after he and Craig Williams each rode a winning double at Flemington.

The win of Thaad in a three-year-old race at Flemington has Hawkes Racing thinking of bigger spring riches.

James Cummings will take up his role as Australian head trainer for Godolphin on a high note after winning the Healy Stakes at Doomben with Burning Passion.

Former Hong Kong galloper Riyadh has landed his biggest prize in Australia, taking out the David Bourke Provincial Plate at Flemington.

Mud lark gelding Pelethronius has continued his affinity with wet tracks by winning at Randwick to stay unbeaten this campaign.

Tycoon Tara has returned to form to lead most of the way to win the Group One Tatt’s Tiara for the Snowden training partnership.

Promising sprinter Ability has made it back-to-back wins since being gelded, taking out a heat of the All Victorian Sprint Series at Flemington.

Religify is likely to head to the spelling paddock after shouldering a massive impost with ease to win the GH Mumm Open Quality at Doomben.

Co-trainer David Hayes is eyeing a Melbourne Cup start with Charlevoix via the Banjo Patterson Series Final and the Bart Cummings at Flemington.

Tough gelding Rudy has gone past $1 million in prize money by winning the Group Three Tatts Cup at Doomben.

Four-year-old gelding Encosta Line has brought up a winning double for the Chris Waller stable at Flemington.

Tye Angland has brought up a century of winners for the season aboard Collateral at Randwick to take his career tally to 800.

Conniving has broken her Highway Handicap duck at the fourth attempt to finally justify the road trip from Murwillumbah to Randwick.

Smart filly Dream Kisses will head to Townsville for a feature race after her win at Doomben.

Apprentice Nick Heywood had rated Yuma Desert perfectly in front to make up for the mare’s last-start defeat at Randwick.

Two-year-old Royal Symphony has made a big impression with a last-to-first win in his city debut at Flemington to remain unbeaten from two starts.

Dogged filly Lipizzan has surprised trainer Gary Portelli with a convincing win at Randwick, the first leg of a double for in-form apprentice Rachel King.

Jeff Lloyd has led all the way to win on Cruising Speed at Doomben and the mare could be headed back for a Victorian campaign.

Shane Ciurleo’s full preview of every race, best bets and suggested bet each race Doomben today.

Provincial racing in Queensland will receive a boost under prize money increases announced by Racing Queensland.