Allpress 2nd in Saudi jockeys challenge

American Mike Smith has won the inaugural international jockeys' challenge at King Abdulaziz Racetrack in Saudi Arabia from NZ rider Lisa Allpress.

Un De Sceaux retired after injury

Trainer Willie Mullins has announced the retirement of popular jumper Un De Sceaux because of injury.

Racing authorities to discuss virus risk

Racing authorities to conduct risk assessment over coronavirus concerns ahead of the Sydney autumn carnival.

Aquagirl aims for another Flemington win

The Phillip Stokes-trained two-year-old Aquagirl will chase her second straight win at Flemington when she steps up to stakes level for the first time.

Waller has trio in Guy Walter Stakes

Premier Sydney trainer Chris Waller has three runners in the Group Two Guy Walter Stakes, a race close to his heart.

Circularity faces test against Rothfire

Speedy Sydney two-year-old Circularity faces a big test when he takes on local star Rothfire at Doomben.

Chipping Norton Stakes facts and figures

Some facts about the Group One Chipping Norton Stakes at Randwick, a race trainer Chris Waller will try to win for the ninth time.

Joker’s Blamey shot at All-Star Mile start

If Admiral's Joker can win the Blamey Stakes at Flemington, the gelding gains a start in the $5 million All-Star Mile at Caulfield.

Facts and figures on Australian Guineas

A look at the history behind the Group One Australian Guineas at Flemington.

Superman ready for Randwick test flight

Trainers Peter and Paul Snowden are still feeling their way with former European horse I Am Superman who will have his first start for the...

Vengeur Masque on trial for Adelaide Cup

The Adelaide Cup is on the radar for Vengeur Masque if the stayer runs well enough in the Roy Higgins Quality at Flemington.

Winx and Black Caviar feature in museum

Memorabilia from the racing careers of champions Winx and Black Caviar is on display at the recently renovated Australian Sports Museum.

Probabeel out to spoil the Fun in Surround

New Zealand raider Probabeel returns to Sydney on a mission to exact revenge on Funstar in the Surround Stakes after a narrow spring defeat.

Maloney not treating Guineas as match race

Alligator Blood's jockey Ryan Maloney is more confident going into the Australian Guineas over 1600m than in the Caulfield Guineas last spring.

Prague up to scratch for Skyline test

Unbeaten colt Prague faces his acid test in a bid to book his spot in the Golden Slipper via the Skyline Stakes at Randwick.

New Universe to reach the heights in Cup

New Universe gets the chance for a first black-type win in the Members Cup at Doomben.

Randwick Guineas next for Super Seth

Super Seth will have his next start in the Group One Randwick Guineas with the All-Star Mile a week later still on the agenda.

Bowman-Godolphin combo chase more features

The Chipping Norton Stakes has been a lucky race for Hugh Bowman who bids to continue his run of success aboard Godolphin gelding Avilius.

Homesman on song for first-up assignment

A barrier trial win at Werribee has jockey Ben Melham confident Homesman can run a forward race in his return in the Chipping Norton Stakes...

Sargent’s gem out to upset more 3YOs

Improving filly Emeralds will head trainer John Sargent's bid to pillage his second three-year-old stakes race in as many weeks.

I’m A Rippa recovered from hoof injury

Millionaire sprinter I'm A Rippa has recovered from a hoof injury and will run in the Open Handicap at Doomben.

Tacit runs in Saudi Cup for Abdullah

Victory for Tacitus in the inaugural Saudi Cup would be personally satisfying for owner Khalid Abdullah.

The Odyssey fit for Doomben return

Smart three-year-old The Odyssey is the fittest he has been for a return to racing as he heads to Doomben.

Two winners for comeback jockey Johnson

Richard Johnson has made the perfect return to the saddle at Musselburgh, landing a double from his first two rides back from injury.

Japan bans public from race meetings

The Japan Racing Association has joined Hong Kong and barred the public from race meetings because of coronavirus.