Horse Racing

Bruce Clark’s full preview, best bets and suggested bet strategy for every race at Sandown today.

Craig Williams will ride Golden Slipper winner She Will Reign in the Moir Stakes in which she will carry just 50kg.

Big Richie Callander’s preview for today’s meeting at Warwick Farm meeting.

Ana O’Brien, the daughter of trainer Aidan, has been reported to be conscious before being taken to hospital after a fall at Killarney.

Gerald Ryan-trained stablemates Trapeze Artist and Menari have performed well in separate barrier trials as they gear up for the spring.

Most Admired has emulated his half-sister Miss Vista by scoring a strong debut win at Geelong.

See where all the early money has gone for tomorrow’s meeting at Sandown.

Country Victorian trainer Paul Preusker is looking forward to Magic Consol’s attempt over 2000m at Flemington.

We have a look at where the early money has gone for tomorrow’s meeting at Warwick Farm. There has been a very big go for a Bjorn Baker runner.

Corey Brown has had a suspension for not riding a horse to the line varied to a fine on appeal.

Nobody could ever accuse the Racing NSW of lacking in vision. The increase in prizemoney in country and provincial racing and the Highway Handicaps concept are ample evidence of how intelligent decision-making can make a huge difference to the health of racing in general.

Sound Proposition will attempt to keep a perfect record intact for new trainer Kris Lees when he runs at Randwick.

Blake Shinn will open his comeback to Sydney racing after a five-week stint in Chicago aboard Tinker Dan at Warwick Farm.

Hugh Bowman has admitted he’s done little training for a charity walk along the Kokoda Track, while stuck in a tight battle to be crowned Sydney’s best jockey.

Beau Mertens and Craig Williams each have rides on two early favourites at Sandown as they chase Melbourne premiership honours.

An independent report into the controversial Eagle Farm track surface has been delayed by a week.

Triple Group One winner Le Romain has shown his readiness for his return to racing with a barrier trial win at Newcastle.

Frankie Dettori is set to sit out the action this week as he continues his recovery from a troublesome shoulder injury.

The superlatives just flow for American Pharoah who stands at Coolmore in the Hunter Valley this 2017 breeding season as the first US Triple Crown winner in 37 years, with a 138 Timeform rating.

Racing NSW chief executive Peter V’landys says the state is in competition with Victoria over the wagering dollar amid changes to the Sydney spring carnival.

Ben Thompson has already done enough to win the Rising Stars Series in Victoria but the apprentice is hoping to also take out the Final at Flemington.

Gold Coast trainer Bruce Hill is keen to try Man Of His Word over 1800 metres at Randwick after his close second in the Listed Winter Stakes.

Antipas will be one of the late-season two-year-olds who will be tested over more ground when he steps up to 1800m in the Byerley Handicap at Flemington.

New Zealand filly La Diosa will have a short spring campaign when she returns from a break after a tiring autumn in Sydney.

Magic Alibi will run in one of two 1100m-sprints at Randwick as she attempts back-to-back wins.

Blake Shinn returns to Sydney racing from America with rides in six of the seven races on the midweek Warwick Farm program.

Big Richie has a squizz at Bowman v Avdulla, Canberra trainers, Spieth, 2 top colts, the Eagle Farm track, Kathy O’Hara, A free Cox Plate competition and the Tweet of the week.

Mick Kent is plotting a Caulfield Cup preparation for Abbey Marie while the trainer will wait until after Supido’s next start to decide his Group One targets.

Sheiswhatsheis will miss the Townsville Cup in favour of the Listed Tattersall’s Mile at Doomben.

Young trainer Ben Currie’s treble at Toowoomba has given him 100 Queensland winners for first time.