Racing News

First-time winner Toulouse and fellow Lope De Vega gelding Silent Explorer have produced a one-two finish for trainer David Payne at Rosehill.

Impressive Fit For Purpose is likely to tackle stakes class again after winning at Ipswich.

Ipswich’s Cup Day and a crowd of 20,000 + will be hitting the track. Grab Shane “The Money Man” Ciurleo’s full preview and best bets to give you a fill up on Cup day.

Good nine race card at Rosehill and our main man Richie Boy is looking for a little bit of winter Xmas joy…………check out his full preview and best bets for the day

Winter racing heads to The Valley on a chilly day and Snowy has done the work for you with his full preview, best bets and quaddie numbers. Happy punting.

Trainer Gerald Ryan is looking for results in two states after preparing a winning double at Dubbo, a first for the stable.

It is Ipswich’s big day tomorrow with the Cup on and a crowd of 20,000 + heading there. Grab Shane “The Money Man” Ciurleo’s full preview and best bets to give you a fill up on Cup day.

The Queensland Racing Integrity Commission has defended its new chief steward against allegations of possible conflict of interest.

Robert Smerdon and Stuart Webb have both lodged appeals to Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal relating to their bans from the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board to go alongside Vasil and Birchley who had already appealed.

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes has three runners set to compete in separate races at Moonee Valley, headlined by lightly raced two-year-old filly Symphonette.

Last-start runaway Gold Coast two-year-old winner Parko is set to steal some of the limelight from the stakes horses at Ipswich on Saturday.

Trainer Mitchell Beer favours kicking off Gweneth’s preparation at Moonee Valley rather than in what looks an easier option at Albury.

Jockey Keagan Latham has rediscovered his love of riding in NSW and his perseverance has been rewarded with a first Saturday city mount at Rosehill.

Jockey Tegan Harrison will have to rewrite the record books on Ecuador in the Ipswich Cup if she is to record her 12th career stakes win.

Jockey Regan Bayliss will reunite with imported stayer Pilote D’Essai at Moonee Valley for the first time since the stayer’s return from a tendon injury.

New Zealand Group Two winner Spanish Whisper will do her future racing for the Lindsay Park stable and be aimed at fillies features in the spring.

Prolific winner Tyzone faces his biggest challenge against a quality field in the Eye Liner Stakes at Ipswich.

Racing in Sydney at Rosehill tomorrow and Big Richie Boy has done the form and come up with his full preview, best bets for the day and his quaddie numbers. The Big Fella is looking at a Winter fill up.

Winter racing heads to The Valley tomorrow and Snowy has done the work for you with his full preview, best bets and quaddie numbers. Happy punting.

Triple Group One-winning filly Shoals has been selected to run for the Star Entertainment Group in the $13 million Everest.

Trainer Belinda Dunn has been charged by Racing Victoria stewards after cobalt was detected above the allowed level in a horse in her care after a Tatura win.

Nurse Kitchen has found the right trip and track conditions at Rosehill to make amends for two unplaced runs this preparation according to trainer Kris Lees.

Trap For Fools will be chasing the most wins by a horse in Australia for the season when he makes his eastern seaboard debut at Moonee Valley.

Star jockey Tommy Berry is looking forward to his children enjoying the wide, open spaces of home after they struggled to adapt to life in Hong Kong.

The Matt Laurie-trained Moonlover will be out to back up a last-start Moonee Valley win when she heads to the same track for her next start.

Trainer Gary Portelli expects to have a clear indication of Ronstar’s ability when the two-year-old tries to extend his unbeaten record at Rosehill.

With a six-week break between runs over jumps, unbeaten hurdler Self Sense will tackle a flat race at Moonee Valley to keep his fitness levels up.

Group One winner Bon Aurum makes his return from a lengthy injury absence in a 1200m-handicap at Moonee Valley.

Chris Munce hopes First Crush can help him become the first person to ride and train an Ipswich Cup winner.

Champion trainer Chris Waller looks set to continue his winning roll in winter carnival feature races at Ipswich.