Horse Racing News


Father and son combine for win

The father and son team of Darryn and Sam Weatherley combined at Matamata to record their first win together with Soda in the Transport Mechanical...
Stuart Kendrick

Kendrick soldiers on for a change of luck

Trainer Stuart Kendrick started the day with a disappointment but things brightened when he produced another smart young horse at Doomben.

Ex-apprentice in induced coma after fall

Former apprentice jockey Stephen Brown Jr has been airlifted to a Melbourne hospital in an induced coma following a fall at the Wangaratta jump-outs.

Form expert rates Catalyst

Exciting galloper Catalyst has made the perfect start to his three-year-old season with his two stakes victories to date, and leading Australian form analyst Daniel...
Hong Kong Jockey Club

Cancellation of Happy Valley Race meeting on 18 September

The Hong Kong Jockey Club (the Club) today (18 September) announced that the race meeting at Happy Valley Racecourse tonight has been cancelled in view...

Danzdanzdance launches Sydney raid

Danzdanzdance will begin another raid on Sydney on Saturday when she lines-up in the Group 1 Colgate Optic White Stakes (1600m) at Randwick. It will...
Tony McEvoy

Despatch ready for latest Group 1 test at 1400m

Calvin McEvoy expects Group One winner Despatch's Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes performance will give them clarity as to the sprinter's effectiveness over 1400m.
Joao Moreira

No Rush with Beauty

Zac Purton’s fellow three-time Hong Kong champion, Joao Moreira, will be aiming to keep close tabs on his rival. The Brazilian ace is set to...
Reliable Team

Reliable Team sights a Happy Valley hat-trick

Reliable Team has a perfect record to protect when he takes his place in section two of the Class 3 Wah Fu Handicap (1200m) at...
Pop Star Princess

Cornege cruising along with promising gallopers

A win by De Koning at Ruakaka on Saturday, along with a promising run from stablemate Pop Star Princess, has kept the spring in the...
Darren Mcauliffe

Trainers speak out after Makybe Diva abuse

Trainers Darren Mcauliffe and Adam Trinder have spoken of the harassment they received after their horses finished one-two in the Makybe Diva Stakes.

Guntantes, Profit clash highly anticipated

The clash of promising stablemates Guntantes and Profit looks like being the highlight of the Eagle Farm meeting.
Begood Toya Mother

Favourites draw well in Sir Rupert Clarke

Begood Toya Mother and Age Of Chivalry, two of the leading fancies for the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield, have drawn inside...
Happy Clapper

Fields of 11 for George Main and Shorts

The George Main Stakes and The Shorts at Randwick have both attracted fields of 11 for the start of the Everest carnival.
Kris Lees

Full fields for Newcastle feature races

Local trainer Kris Lees will have multiple runners in his attempt to win the Newcastle Cup for the first time.
Larry Cassidy

Larry Cassidy set to return from injury

Multiple Group One-winning jockey Larry Cassidy is set to resume riding in races after recovering from a fractured leg.
Stuart Kendrick

Minor setback for Eric The Eel

Talented Eric The Eel's comeback has been delayed and he will begin his spring campaign a week later.

Vets to report to RA on cobalt science

Racing Australia has asked for a report on the science of cobalt following a request from the Australian Trainers Association.

Samadoubt going for hat-trick at Randwick

The Bjorn Baker-trained Samadoubt has been the surprise packet of the Sydney spring so far and will be out for a hat-trick when he runs...

Australian Turf Club wins catering award

The Australian Turf Club has won three awards at the NSW Restaurant and Catering Awards held at The Star in Sydney.
Black Heart Bart

Smith relies on Bart for Sir Rupert Clarke

A gallop at Penshurst has confirmed Black Heart Bart's place in the Rupert Clarke Stakes but his Lindsey Smith-trained stablemate Malaguerra has been retired.
Scales Of Justice

Spring campaign over for Scales Of Justice

A tougher than anticipated Makybe Diva Stakes at Flemington has resulted in Scales Of Justice heading for a spell and being set for an autumn...
The Bostonian

The Bostonian ready to fire fresh in Moir

Dual Brisbane Group One winner, New Zealand sprinter The Bostonian, is heading to Melbourne to try to upstage the locals in the Group One Moir.
Django Freeman

Import impresses in Caulfield jump-out

German import Django Freeman has given a glimpse of his potential in a jump-out over 800 metres at Caulfield ahead of his first Australian start.
Osborne Bulls

Hugh Bowman sidelined by broken finger

Jockey Hugh Bowman will spend extra time on the sidelines nursing a broken finger after originally hoping to be back for George Main Stakes day...