Racing News

Magic Millions Country Cup winner War Jet has had a stable change and returns to the Gold Coast in an open handicap.

Tony McEvoy-trained three-year-olds Azazel and Roomooz will run in 1200m-races at Moonee Valley on their way to Guineas races in the spring.

Shogun Sun has had a week on a water walker as he prepares for his next lead-up race to the Golden Rose.

Captain Clayton will be only the second 11-year-old to win a metropolitan open race in Queensland if he can score at the Gold Coast.

Trainer Pat Carey will face the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board on a conduct charge after a confrontation with fellow trainer Trent Pennuto.

Danny Beasley has called time on a stellar riding career to start a new phase in racing with trainer Dan Meagher in Singapore.

The Singapore Turf Club has issued a statement saying reports Lee Freedman has been licensed in the Asian centre are premature.

Connections are not committing Cracksman to another race despite his Great Voltigeur win impressing bookmakers who have him second favourite for the Arc.

Ulysses has staked his claim for a trip to the Breeders’ Cup with a dominant win in the Juddmonte International at York.

The winner is South Australian racing as Victorian eyes now have to put up with its racing and delayed interviews and recorded mounting yards where they – like most punters – bet and watch most.

Josh Adams has been suspended for failing to ride a horse to the line at Warwick Farm but will return in time to ride Happy Clapper in the Tramway Stakes.

Apprentice Ben Allen’s bid to secure a ride in the Group One Memsie Stakes hinges on whether he can get off his rides at Moonee Valley.

Fledgling Warwick Farm trainer Clare Cunningham has celebrated her second metropolitan winner on her home track.

After wins at Bendigo and Sandown, Eurack has chased down the more experienced Wind Force to remain unbeaten.

Trainer Chris Anderson has repaid a favour from Glenlogan Park by training his first winner for the stud at the Sunshine Coast.

Written Choice has given apprentice Brandon Stockdale his 20th metropolitan winner and a reduction in his claim.

Ben Melham has been given the opportunity to partner Melbourne Cup winner Almandin in his return run at Moonee Valley.

The Peter and Paul Snowden-trained Smartedge has made amends for a disappointing last start at Canterbury by winning his maiden at Warwick Farm.

Mornington trainer Trent Pennuto has been banned by the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board over the stomach tubing of a horse at Moe.

Brett Cavanough has set the bar high again for the promising Another Sin who will make his black-type debut at Rosehill in the San Domenico Stakes.

On a path towards the Caulfield Guineas, the Peter Morgan-trained Sircconi makes his return to racing in the McKenzie Stakes at Moonee Valley.

Yankee Rose has settled in well at Cranbourne as she prepares for the spring carnival beginning with the Memsie Stakes at Caulfield.

Prolific country winner Paradis Imperial returns to metropolitan racing at the Gold Coast.

New Zealand trainer Roger James will look at Sydney and Melbourne options for lightly raced stayer Von Tunzleman.

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Senior Queensland Racing Integrity Commission steward Jamie Dart has been sacked after being found guilty of serious workplace misconduct.

Star filly Enable will bid for a third Oaks success at York having won the English and Irish Classics.

Shane Ciurleo’s full preview, best bets and suggested betting strategy for Sunshine Coast meeting

Lee Freedman has been given a licence to train in Singapore, the Malayan Racing Association has announced.