Racing News

Toowoomba trainer Ben Currie’s inquiry into race day treatment charges will resume next month.

Ben Looker, Josh Adams and Jake Hull have been taken to hospital but appear to have escaped serious injury in a fall at Grafton.

Tommy Berry will make a round trip from Hong Kong to Melbourne and back to ride Chautauqua in an important barrier test at Flemington.

Why didn’t the ABC pick up on an interview with Terry Bailey in which he made it very clear that he had absolutely no regrets about the turbulent times he presided over? Special person, Terry

Dour Sydney stayer Plot Twist will get the right soft conditions to help him maintain his unbeaten record at 3200 metres in the Queen’s Cup at Caloundra.

The Darren Weir-trained Social Spin has made it two wins from four starts, claiming his first city success with a front-running victory at Sandown.

Queensland thoroughbred officials believe there is no need to repeal a rule governing advising stewards about changes to race tactics.

Group One-winning sprinter Strategic has died aged 25 at Woodlands Stud.

Its day ONE of the famous Grafton carnival and man has found a couple of best bets for the eight race card. It is an open day with plenty of value to be found and we are hoping Richie Boy has done that. Good luck and smart punting.

Sydney’s leading trainer Chris Waller is in Japan but our man Richie Boy says that want stop him having a big day at Warwick Farm. Check out his full preview and best bets for the card. Good punting.

Following a HUGE day out here seven days ago with seven of the nine winners on top our man is pumped to return to Ippy and start again. Check out the full preview and best bets.

Champion sprinter Chautauqua is only days away from an all-important jump-out at Flemington.

Departing Victorian chief steward Terry Bailey says penalties for race day treatments should be tougher ahead of his move to Singapore.

After failing in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot, multiple Group One-winner Redkirk Warrior will be out to bounce back in the July Cup at Newmarket.

Albumin will run on his home track at Rosehill after trainer Gerald Ryan opted to bypass the Ramornie Handicap at Grafton.

Trainer Dan McCarthy has decided to run Ashlor in the Sir John Monash Stakes over 1100m and will wait until next month to stretch the gelding out to 1400m.

Trainer David Payne will have three runners in the two-year-old race at Warwick Farm and believes the 1600 metres will suit.

Tasmanian filly Mystic Journey is scheduled to make her first Melbourne appearance at Caulfield, with her performance to determine future plans.

After an impressive debut win at Bendigo, three-year-old Gold Mag is set for his first city start in a 1200m-benchmark race at Sandown.

Blue Point, winner of the King’s Stand Stakes, is the favourite for the July Cup at Newmarket with Australian Redkirk Warrior a 10-1 chance.

Newcastle is the NSW provincial meeting today while Wellington will host a seven race country card and our man Richie Boy has done the form for both meetings. Good luck.

A deal between the Australian Turf Club and AFL could result in a football training oval being built in the middle of Randwick Racecourse.

Group One winner Kementari has cruised around in a Rosehill barrier trial as he continues preparations towards a planned return to racing in the Missile Stakes.

The Toby Edmonds-trained Tyzone is the Ramornie Handicap favourite ahead of his stablemate Havasay.

Queensland officials have instigated a new streamlining of licences for the racing industry.

Symon Wilde is hoping for a good barrier draw and rain for Inn Keeper, who is scheduled to make his stakes debut in the weight-for-age Sir John Monash Stakes.

Winter Stakes hopeful Hiflyer is stuck on the ground in New Zealand waiting for a flight to Sydney for the Listed race at Rosehill.

Nature Strip is scheduled to have his next start in the weight-for-age Bletchingly Stakes with connections hoping a win will help secure an Everest slot.

Trainer John Gosden says Roaring Lion and Enable could clash in the Juddmonte International at York if both sets of owners are happy.

Pop ‘N’ Scotch will need a drying track if he is to improve on minor placings in the past four Queen’s Cups.