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No confirmation of The Barman’s retirement

A decision on the racing future of veteran stayer Who Shot Thebarman is expected soon after he was unplaced at his most recent start.

The Bool’s Jericho Cup attracts 36 entries

The Jericho Cup over 4600m at Warrnamabool will be Australia's longest flat race as it commemorates the light horse involvement in the first World War.

Ryan looking forward to Cardiff’s debut

The Gerald Ryan-trained Aquis Farm-owned two-year-old Cardiff will make his debut in the Golden Gift at Rosehill after two winning barrier trials.

Winning Partner to press MM Guineas claims

Trainer Tony McEvoy has Magic Millions Guineas aspirations for Winning Partner who will try to back up a Bendigo maiden win with another victory at...

Happy Clapper in line for All Star Mile

Trainer Pat Webster believes the ever popular Happy Clapper is an ideal candidate for the new $5 million All Star Mile at Flemington.

ATA hopes for imminent Regumate resolution

Pressure is mounting on Racing Australia to come up with a solution to Regumate which is used to regulate the cycles of mares in season.

Sunlight to be set for G1 Lightning Stakes

Star three-year-old filly Sunlight will be set for the Group One Lightning Stakes and Newmarket Handicap at Flemington rather than the Magic Millions.

Owner appeals six-month disqualification

Part-owner and stablehand William Xanthopoulos will appeal a six-month disqualification arising out of the late scratching of one of his horses.

Randwick Guineas could shape Sun’s autumn

Hermitage Thoroughbreds manager Oliver Koolman says the Group One Randwick Guineas could shape star colt The Autumn Sun's autumn preparation.

Sandown trip ideal for Earth Angel: Hayes

Earth Angel is being aimed at the Group Three Hobart Cup with her campaign stepping up a notch over 2100m at Sandown.

Matt Dunn happy with stable star’s trial

Trainer Matt Dunn is happy with star sprinter Care to Think's barrier trial despite him being well-beaten at Doomben.

Enable to race on towards another Arc

A place in racing history as the first three-time winner of the Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe will be the aim for Enable who will...

Ben Thompson granted Singapore licence

A recent successful trip to Singapore has led to jockey Ben Thompson making the move there for the next racing season.

Matt Dale two-handed in Country Classic

Canberra trainer Matt Dale says Country Classic contender Rapture Miss is showing the benefits of beach training at his Moruya base.

Pilote D’Essai chases another Ballarat Cup

Pilote D'Essai is returning to Ballarat in search of a second Cup victory after spending time on the sidelines with a tendon injury.

Benchmark 3YO race deleted from Rosehill

A benchmark 76 race for three-year-olds over 1500m has been deleted from the Rosehill program with entries added to a benchmark 78 race for 3yo...

Thunderstorm threats bring meeting forward

The Tatura race meeting has been brought forward to ward off the threat of potential thunderstorms and lightning interrupting the program.

Feature Hong Kong success for Moore

Former Australian horses Beauty Generation and Eagle Way have set 1600m and 2000m records respectively to win Group Two races at Sha Tin.

Flemington to host inaugural All Star Mile

Racing Victoria has announced a new $5 million 1600m-race during the autumn carnival to be known as the All Star Mile.

Kelly Doughty to fight disqualification

Gold Coast trainer Kelly Doughty has vowed to fight a 12-month disqualification on a cobalt charge.

All Star Mile for Melbourne autumn

Racing Victoria has announced a new $5 million 1600m-race during the autumn carnival to be known as the All Star Mile.

Magic Millions path for Champagne Boom

Stakes-winning two-year-old Champagne Boom is scheduled to run in the Wyong Magic Millions Classic ahead of her planned crack at the Gold Coast Magic Millions.

Spaceboy to make debut in Golden Gift

Trainer Gary Portelli is excited about the prospects of two-year-old Spaceboy who makes his debut in the Golden Gift at Rosehill.

Levendi working towards a Sydney campaign

Surgery to remove knee chips forced Levendi out of the spring carnival but the Australian Derby winner is now back in work preparing for an...

Mick Price calls for Regumate re-think

Trainer Mick Price has called on Racing Victoria to reconsider its position on Regumate which controls the cycles of mares in season.