Racing News

Alward is seeking a third successive win as the Irish stayer zeros in on the Group One Metropolitan.

Sanadaat has won two of her three starts and will be out to press her Thousand Guineas claims when she runs in the Listed Atlantic Jewel Stakes.

Trainer Robert Smerdon fears he will be running for second place when Oak Door and Reldas take on Brave Smash in a Listed race at Moonee Valley.

“I reckon the horse and me have given pretty good service to racing. It’s hardly a job, we both loving do it, we are mates, he’s like a son to me, he’d follow me anywhere,” Salisbury said.

Godolphin head trainer James Cummings insists Kementari is yet to justify his reputation but that could change after the Run To The Rose.

In-form eight-year-old Rhythm To Spare will chase his biggest win after being a late entry for the Group Two Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Apprentice Ethan Brown had a minor win before the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board with a careless riding suspension reduced.

Chris Waller could opt to bypass the Theo Marks Stakes with Group One-winning mare Foxplay.

Russian Revolution could get the Peter and Paul Snowden’s new Melbourne venture off to a flying start in the McEwen Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Veteran trainer Fred Cowell’s battle with leg issues will not prevent him travelling to Rosehill to watch Mighty Lucky run in the Theo Marks Stakes.

Trainer Tony Gollan tinkered with gear and employed a new jockey for Charlie Boy as he tries to get the veteran back in winning form.

Brilliant three-year-old Whypeeo can secure his place in better races if he wins at Doomben.

Trainer Kelly Schweida has called on long associations with two jockeys as he chases feature race wins in Sydney and Brisbane.

Daniel Moor is heading to South Korea for a rich international sprint race before starting a six-meeting suspension.

Following a winning day at Warwick Farm yesterday our main man Richie has set his sights on beating the bookies again today at Ballina and Gosford

Trainer Stephen McConville says he will assist the British Horseracing Authority after cobalt charges were brought against him and his son Michael.

Winter is the star name among 14 fillies and mares to stand their ground for the Matron Stakes at Leopardstown.

Racing NSW today released information relating to positive cobalt results from the stable of former champion jockey now trainer Ron Quinton and north coast trainer Gordon Yorke.

Three Victorian trainers are each facing fines of up to $5000 over positive swabs to an anti-inflammatory drug.

Connections of Wassergeist have their eyes on richer spring targets following his breakthrough win at Sandown.

Acqume has made it successive Warwick Farm wins to earn a return clash with some of Sydney’s best three-year-old fillies.

Trainer Ciaron Maher will plead guilty to a stewards charge at a Racing Appeals and Disciplinary hearing.

Unbeaten filly Shoals will make her season return in the Listed Atlantic Jewel Stakes and will be out to press her claims for the Group One Thousand Guineas.

Rebel Miss has won in Sydney for the first time, scoring on her home track at Warwick Farm.

Well bred mare Miss Arabella is headed to city staying races after another dour win at Ipswich.

Toorak Handicap winner He’s Our Rokkii is an early favourite in a field of 11 for the Group Two Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Sydney jockey Brenton Avdulla replaces close friend Tommy Berry as Chautauqua’s rider for the $10 million Everest.

Trainer John Zielke is a great fan of the stallion Dream Ahead and hopes his son Dreams Aplenty can earn a Melbourne trip at Doomben.

Mark Newnham hopes a healed abscess and a gear change will reinvigorate Diamond Tathagata’s Golden Rose campaign when the colt races in the Run To The Rose.

Superhard has followed up his debut win at Pakenham with a strong performance against midweek opposition at Sandown.