Hellyer poised to continue winning streak

Jockey Michael Hellyer has a near-full book of mounts at the Sunshine Coast as he prepares for his first Group One ride.
Darren Weir

Premier trainer Darren Weir fined $5000

Trainer Darren Weir has been fined $5000 after stewards found seven horses who ran in jump-outs at Ballarat were not those named by the stable.

Ex-UK jumper stays unbeaten in Australia

English import High Bridge has added to a promising start to his Australian career with another impressive win at Warwick Farm.

Tavirun follows a well-worn stable path

Victorian-trained three-year-old Tavirun is scheduled to head north to Sydney for the Gloaming Stakes on a path towards Group One spring targets.

Gollan’s Doomben double sparks title chase

Trainer Tony Gollan has had an early Doomben double as he climbs back up the premiership ladder chasing his sixth Brisbane title.

NZ mare to make Aussie debut at Caulfield

Carnival, a new addition to the Russell and Scott Cameron stable, is set to have her first outing for the stable in stakes race at...

Brenton Avdulla chases a Group One return

Brenton Avdulla makes his return to Sydney Saturday racing at Rosehill where his rides include the speedy Jonker in the Group One Golden Rose.

Strong hand for Godolphin in Rupert Clarke

Godolphin will have three chances in the Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes with Home Of The Brave, Osborne Bulls and international visitor Jungle Cat.

Chautauqua entered for Flemington jump-out

A bid to have Chautauqua return to racing is expected to take another step in a Flemington jump-out.

Brave Smash unlikely for Premiere Stakes

The Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley is looming as the most likely short-term target for Brave Smash as he prepares for another shot at The...

Kris Lees duo impress in Newcastle trial

In Her Time has rounded out preparations for her return in the Premiere Stakes with a barrier trial against stablemate El Dorado Dreaming in Newcastle.

Price trying to beat ballot in Naturalism

The winner of the Naturalism Stakes at Caulfield will earn an exemption from the Caulfield Cup ballot.

Murphy to ring the Bel at Sunshine Coast

Bel Burgess will be out to maintain trainer David Murphy's purple patch of form at the Sunshine Coast.

Ef Troop set to continue spring campaign

Talented Ef Troop is set to continue his spring campaign but stablemate Outback Barbie is in the spelling paddock.

Alexander close to a return at Caulfield

Having had his stables quarantined following a strangles outbreak, trainer Archie Alexander nears a racing return after accepting with two horses at Caulfield.

Capacity field for G1 Rupert Clarke Stakes

International visitor Jungle Cat is among a capacity field of 15 plus four emergencies for the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.

Poet’s Word sidelined by injury

Dual Group One winner Poet's Word has suffered an injury setback and will not be seen in action again this year.

Group One-winning filly OK for race return

ATC Sires' Produce Stakes winner El Dorado Dreaming has been cleared to return to racing under new trainer Kris Lees.

Apprentice returns a winner after illness

Apprentice Ben Allen has ridden a double at Pakenham at his first meeting back following a stint on the sidelines through illness.

Holy Snow ticked off for Sir Rupert Clarke

Mick Price has removed all the gear from Holy Snow who he hopes will join stablemate Oregon's Day in the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke...

Out-of-form Weir runner targets NZ Group 1

A need for softer tracks has been revealed as the reason for imported galloper Raw Impulse's switch to New Zealand.

Flemington jump-out chance for Chautauqua

Chautauqua will be allowed to trial sooner than expected after Racing Victoria stewards reached an agreement with their NSW counterparts.

Doyle answers Godolphin call for Caulfield

Godolphin has called on leading UK jockey James Doyle's Australian experience for two important rides at Caulfield.

Carzoff penalised for Group 1 Metropolitan

Newcastle Gold Cup winner Carzoff will carry 52.5kg in the Group One Metropolitan after being penalised 1.5kg for the $750,000 race.

Seabrook spot on for Golden Rose assault

Seabrook is aiming to become the first filly to win the Golden Rose since the race was elevated to Group One status.