Horse Racing News


Wapiti repays Duncan’s faith in Group 3 Guineas

Wapiti has fought back to win the Group Three Winx Guineas at the Sunshine Coast after he was headed in the straight.
Jungle Edge

Jungle Edge lands Sir John Monash Stakes

Coming off a short-break, Jungle Edge has landed a sizeable betting plunge to take out the Group Three Sir John Monash Stakes at Caulfield.
Lord Bouzeron

Lord Bouzeron wins in his Australian debut

In his first Australian start, former New Zealand three-year-old Lord Bouzeron has raced to a dominant win over 2000m on a rain-affected track at Caulfield.
Mystery Shot

Mystery Shot continues on winning streak

Despite a hefty weight rise, Mystery Shot has extended his winning streak to four with a soft victory at Caulfield.

Godolphin eyes spring with in-form Varda

Fresh from winning a country staying feature midweek, jockey Jason Collett has continued his sparkling winter form with a Rosehill double.

Kisukano a class above in Classic victory

Two-year-old Kisukano has stamped her claims as one of the best of her age in Queensland after winning the Bruce McLachlan Classic.

Efflorescence scores narrow Caulfield win

After breaking his maiden at his third attempt, two-year-old colt Efflorescence has made it back-to-back victories with his first city success at Caulfield.
North Pacific

North Pacific makes a splash at Rosehill

The Group One Golden Rose will be the short-term target for Hawkes Racing colt North Pacific after he demolished his rivals to win at Rosehill.
Jolly Banner

Jolly Banner returns for Yiu as the season’s finish line nears

Ricky Yiu’s stable stalwart Jolly Banner returns this Sunday (12 July) at Sha Tin with the chance of securing a vital win for his handler...
Tallyho Twinkletoe

Reunited and it feels so good

One of the most formidable partnerships in Australasian jumps racing continued their undefeated record at Wanganui on Friday when winning the Brian FM Open Hurdle...
Tim Mills

Return of Winter Cup continues Riccarton’s rebound

The last few weeks have put a spring in the step of the team at Riccarton Park. Earlier in the year, the Covid-19 pandemic had...

Nazeef prevails in thrilling Group 1 Falmouth

Nazeef has toppled stablemate and favourite Terebellum in the Group One Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.

Wet track test for Jakkalbomb

Group 3 performer Jakkalbomb will be able to answer the question of whether she can handle a heavy track when she contests the Barfoot &...
Peter and Paul Snowden

Snowden stable chasing more 2YO success

Fresh from a midweek stakes triumph, trainers Peter and Paul Snowden will look to add to their tally of winners with a well-rounded team of...

New Lindsay Park team lands first winner

Tom Dabernig and Ben Hayes have landed a winner with their first runner following the departure of David Hayes from the training partnership.

Turning track to suit Tavisan in Monash

After finishing at the tail of the field down the straight at Flemington, Tavisan returns to Caulfield in a stakes race in a bid to...
Girl Tuesday

Conners, Singo in Winter Stakes reunion

Two old friends who have enjoyed incredible success in racing, Clarry Conners and John Singleton, are back together hoping to rejuvenate a stakes-class mare.
Star Of Michelin

Kendrick to cap stellar season in Guineas

Caloundra trainer Stuart Kendrick is set to cap off his best season by winning the Winx Guineas with Star Of Michelin.
Simon Morrish

Morrish gets his chance with Never No More

Ballarat trainer Simon Morrish is the latest to get his hands on Never No More after the four-year-old has had stints with Aidan O'Brien and...

Soxagon takes cautious path to Glasshouse

Promising Soxagon has been carefully taken through the classes as he heads to his first stakes race in the Listed Glasshouse Handicap at the Sunshine...

Royal Ascot winners head Group 1 July Cup field

Hello Youmzain and Golden Horde are among the entries for a 13-strong field in the July Cup at Newmarket.
John Moore

Hong Kong’s clock ticks out for John Moore, the big-race king

John Moore sits at the open window. His elbows rest on the worktop, his hands cup binoculars in a steadying grip and his eyes study...
Irish Excuse

Winsloe changes tack with stable trio

Gore trainer Ellis Winsloe thought he would have a couple of nice chances in the Grand National Steeplechase (5600m) this year, however, its absence as...

Sixties Groove salutes for Lees at Grafton

Jason Collett has shown patience at the start and boldness at the finish to land a first Grafton Cup win for trainer Kris Lees aboard...
Matthew Dunn

Racing NSW rule on Dunn’s country status

Trainer Matthew Dunn will forgo his eligibility to have Highway Handicap runners in the near future as he continues to prepare a small team out...