Horse Racing

French stayer Tiberian, part-owned by Australian interests, has taken another step towards the Melbourne Cup with a Group Three win at Deauville.

Terravista is the forgotten horse in the talk about slots for The Everest but Joe Pride is training him for the $10 million race.

Popular NSW Riverina trainer Richard Freyer has died after a long illness aged 69.

Former Racing Victoria chairman wants a judge to quash the racing integrity commissioner’s findings against him over a cobalt investigation leak.

Several of the new season’s three-year-olds will step out in the Rosebud on the way to bigger spring targets.

Six-year-old We’ve Got This, placed in two Group races down the Flemington straight last spring , will make his return in the Aurie’s Star Handicap.

Former Racing Victoria chairman David Moodie wants a Victorian Supreme Court judge to quash the findings of a cobalt leak investigation.

Caravaggio has finished a disappointing sixth in the Prix Maurice de Gheest in France, throwing doubt on a trip to Sydney for The Everest.

Ability has risen to the challenge of weight-for-age company to take out the rescheduled Group Three Bletchingly Stakes at Sandown.

Jockey Jim Byrne four winners at Doomben have added to his claim for more Brisbane records.

Winx is top of the tree at the Chris Waller stable but Devil Hawk has claimed a significant win in Brisbane.

John Allen has collected another feature jumps win, guiding Ancient King to victory in the Grand National Hurdle at Sandown.

Wells has outstayed his five rivals to score a narrow win in the Crisp Steeplechase at Sandown.

Sanadaat has scored an impressive first-up win at Sandown with Lindsay Park now looking towards richer spring races.

Trainer Kelly Schweida believes Shogun Sun can run well in the Golden Rose but believes his best will be seen in the autumn.

Brent Stanley is looking forward to the upcoming spring carnival as he puts together a nice team of horses.

A Queensland Racing Integrity Commission review has increased the penalty for trainer Marcus Wilson on cobalt related charges.

Dual Group One winner Yankee Rose is favourite to be named the Queensland Horse of the Year.

Trainer Francis Graffard has backed Hayley Turner to shine when Britain’s most successful female Flat jockey relocates to France during the winter.

Jason Collett has walked away from Randwick with mixed emotions after one of his two winning rides led to his second suspension in as many city meetings.

Sydney’s reigning champion apprentice Andrew Adkins has opened his account for the new season with victory on Steyne at Randwick.

At his first day of riding at Flemington, former Sydney apprentice Taylor Marshall has ridden $151 outsider Nozomi to victory.

Jockey Byrne has been suspended for eight days on an interference charge after riding four winners at Doomben.

Stella Ombra’s win at Doomben has given jockey Jim Byrne four wins for the day and trainer Kelly Schweida a treble at three different racetracks.

Invincible Gem has taken another major step in her career with victory over star stablemate Le Romain in the Group Two Missile Stakes.

Rhythm To Spare is back in winning form and trainer Mike Moroney is looking to some early spring riches with the gelding.

Irish-bred galloper Aloft looks set for a profitable spring campaign after a strong first-up win at Flemington.

Sayed’s win over 2400m at Randwick has Chris Waller entertaining a start in the Group One Metropolitan.

The chairman of the National Jockeys’ Trust has noted the broad spectrum of support his foundation provides to riders.

Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn has notched another Highway Handicap win with a horse he believes is destined for bigger things.