Racing News

Great Shot has given the locals an upset victory in the Group One Railway Stakes at Ascot in Perth for trainer Rhys Radford and jockey Craig Staples.

Apprentice jockey Rachel Hunt has won on six-year-old Don’t Tease Me at Rosehill, defeating the previously unbeaten Bon Amis.

Rain resulting in a track downgrade to heavy has aided Grand Dreamer to claim the Listed Ballarat Cup.

Jockey Blake Shinn has objected to being questioned over his tactics in a race at Rosehill.

Murwillumbah trainer Matt Dunn has taken another Sydney race, with Miss Dubois winning the $100,000 Country Classic.

Trainer Liam Birchley thinks he has the right horse to win next month’s Villiers in Sydney after Crack Me Up won the Recognition Stakes at Doomben.

Well-bred mare Notonyourlife, who is in foal, has scored an upset win in the Listed Ubet Classic at Doomben.

A third win from four starts has surprised trainer Robert Smerdon after Tezlah scored at Ballarat.

Invinzabeel has defied top weight and his more fancied rivals to score a welcome win at Rosehill.

Adelaide filly La Pomme De Pin has put her speed credentials on the line with an all-the-way win in the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat.

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The addition of blinkers to his race day gear has seen Magnufighter on the road to a Magic Millions Guineas start after winning at Doomben.

Bull Market and Poetic Charmer have run a close quinella for training partners Peter and Paul Snowden at Rosehill.

A plunge on debutant Plague Stone has come unstuck, with Secret Lady showing him a clean pair of heels at Rosehill.

Brugal Reward has helped Darren Weir to a perfect start at Ballarat, winning the opening race on Cup day.

Premier jockey Jeff Lloyd has warned up for an international race in Mauritius with an all-the-way win on Blue Book at Doomben.

He goes about his business without much fuss yet he is regarded as one of the leading judges in the country- Check out the Money Man’s full set for Doomben today

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Following a huge Wednesday at Canterbury Richie will be bouncing into Rosehill full of confidence

Injured Lismore Turf Club manager Scott Jones has undergone surgery in Brisbane after suffering serious burns in an explosion.

Chris Waller’s fledgling Gold Coast stable can bring up two milestones if Torgersen wins the Listed Recognition Stakes.

Cranbourne trainer Udyta Clarke has described It’s A Shame Billy as her ATM as he embarks on another campaign at Ballarat.

Plenty of work has gone into Speedy Kitty to have her ready for the Magic Millions Clockwise Classic at Ballarat.

Plague Stone will be the latest Godolphin Golden Slipper prospect to appear when the two-year-old makes his debut at Rosehill as the well-supported favourite.

Rosehill will host a cracking day tomorrow and there is no more inform tipster than our main man Richie so check out his full card preview here

Liam Howley has been approved as head trainer at Lloyd Williams Macedon Lodge following a licence upgrade from assistant trainer.

Chris Waller is looking to Antonio Giuseppe to give him a second Ballarat Cup after the victory of Junoob two years ago.

Debutant Rock ‘N’ Sol is one of 15 starters for trainer Tony Gollan at Doomben and is also one of several two-year-old runners for Aquis Farm.

Albury trainer Kym Davison will bring Overdue to Sydney for just the second time in his career for the $100,000 Country Classic at Rosehill.

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board will hear a careless riding appeal lodged by Noel Callow following a suspension incurred at Moe.