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With the expected heat we have moved from Warwick Farm to Randwick and the big fella has done the hard yards with his full preview and best bets. Get on Train Richie…..

Trainer Danny Williams hopes a freshen-up will help O’Lordy make amends for a dismal run in her last Highway Handicap when she returns at Randwick.

A third successive win can rubber stamp Scream Park’s return to New Zealand for the new Karaka Million 3YO Classic at Ellerslie.

Apprentice Nyssa Burrells will have her sedation reduced after being put in an induced coma following a fall.

So Splendid had to settle for a close third at Caulfield last start but gets another opportunity when she lines up in an 1800m-race for fillies and mares.

Tough gelding Siegfried is headed to his fourth Magic Millions day after his next start at the Gold Coast.

The lightly raced and injury-prone Brett Thompson-trained Great Choice will begin his final campaign at Randwick before he is retired to stud.

The Pinkerton takes his first step towards much bigger prizes when he contests the Three-Year-Old Handicap over 1800m at the Gold Coast.

Lanciato has an opportunity to preserve his perfect second-up record when the Mark Newnham-trained gelding tries to end Noire’s winning streak at Randwick.

Godolphin will have a buying presence at the Magic Millions yearling sale on the Gold Coast.

Jockey Luke Currie believes talented filly Sunlight can continue her charge towards the Magic Millions Classic in her final lead-up at the Gold Coast.

Veteran Flamboyer has surprised even his trainer Kelly Doughty with how well he looks as he prepares to return at the Gold Coast.

Officials have abandoned the Mornington race meeting because of the a revised forecast for extreme heat.

Trainer Matt Dunn is hoping Boris Thornton’s three-kilo claim can help Quatronic overcome yet another bad barrier at the Gold Coast.

Snowy Clark’s full early preview, betting strategy for each race and his best bets for Sunday’s Caulfield meeting.

Trainer Phillip Stokes believes Eclair Calling will be competitive in his Melbourne debut and says the trip away could be the making of him for the future.

Leading Magic Millions Classic contender Ef Troop has won a jump-out in easy fashion in his final lead-up to the $2 million race.

Eight races to kick off the weekend at Canterbury tonight. Check out the big fellas full preview, quaddie and best bets. Good punting…..

Germany-based Italian jockey Daniele Porcu has died aged 34, a few weeks after revealing he had cancer.

New Zealand star Gingernuts is on the mend after some post-surgery problems following an operation on a fractured pastern.

Godolphin is looking to recruit a new assistant trainer in Melbourne with David Charles taking up another role at the global racing organisation.

Paquirri is expected to benefit from experience on the Gold Coast track when he makes a last-ditch attempt to get a Magic Millions Classic run.

Chris Waller says Racing NSW has made the right move relocating the meeting from Warwick Farm to Randwick in response to forecast high temperatures.

Lightly raced Lindsay Park mare Addison will be attempting to replicate her recent Caulfield success, this time with a slight rise in distance to 1800m.

Joe Pride believes it is a forlorn task running Gamblestown at Randwick and says veteran Destiny’s Kiss has been unfairly classified by handicappers.

Viceroy is after his fourth win in seven starts for Canberra trainer Luke Pepper when the former Melbourne sprinter has his first start at Randwick.

Despite Fontein Lad having an unscheduled four-week break between runs, trainer Greg Eurell is still expecting a good showing from the gelding at Caulfield.

A forecast for fine weather means stakes winner Cantbuybetter will start under a big weight at the Gold Coast.

The $1.2 million half-sister to Miracles Of Life will try emulate her sibling in the Blue Diamond Stakes following a debut win at Geelong.

Warwick Farm trainer Matthew Smith is weighing up options for Aqua D’ivina with the Magic Millions Guineas still a possibility.