Horse Racing News

Barbie after a change of luck in Group One

Classy three-year-old filly Outback Barbie is overdue a change of fortune when she tackles the Group One Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.

Weight is right for Beriman’s history bid

Nikita Beriman says she will have no trouble making 48kg to ride Dubious in a bid for history at Eagle Farm.

Casino Gallop Selections Friday

Casino gallops selections Saturday

Noble out to enhance dynasty

Cambridge Stud principals Brendan and Jo Lindsay have had a fantastic run with the progeny of their foundation mare J’Adane and they are hoping that...

Second turf track announced for Caulfield

The Melbourne Racing Club hopes to increase the number of meetings at Caulfield with the announcement of a second turf track at the course.

Capacity line-up for Kingsford Smith Cup

The Bostonian will attempt back-to-back Group One victories in Brisbane when he lines up in the Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm.
Paul O’Sullivan

Moreira the key to Kingdom?

Paul O’Sullivan’s Last Kingdom (124lb) has hit a smart patch of form, placing in three of his last four races, and the handler is hopeful...
High Five

Harley’s on High for Five

High Five (127lb) gave Martin Harley his first Hong Kong success and the duo will revive their partnership in the Class 2 sprint. “He’s got...
Yee Cheong Baby

Ting’s Yee Cheong Baby aims to back-up at the Valley

Yee Cheong Baby (124lb) has done nothing but impress trainer Jimmy Ting since arriving in Hong Kong and the son of Sebring will attempt to...

Exultant aims to seal honours in Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup

Exultant has plenty riding on victory in the Group 1 Standard Chartered Champions & Chater Cup (2400m) at Sha Tin Racecourse on Sunday, 26 May....

Success comes for Geoff Wheeler at Moe

Jake Noonan has piloted Black Beau Tie to a sentimental win at Moe to give trainer Geoff Wheeler his first win in four years.

Bjorn Baker to target Kingsford Smith

Trained Bjorn Baker will send Redouble and Irithea north looking for Group One glory after the retirement of elite winner Music Magnate.

Richard Cully to put trainer’s hat on

Accomplished jumps jockey Richard Cully hopes to land another winner as a trainer when he saddles Celtic Blast at Flemington.

Andrew Ramsden entries chase a Cup dream

Trainer Simon Morrish says he will not be the one deny the owners of Chouxting The Mob and Mental Telepathy their dreams of chasing a...

ATC starts search for Everest runner

The Australian Turf Club has begun the search for a runner to represent it in the third edition of The Everest.

Hinerangi delivers special win

The Listed James Bull Rangitikei Gold Cup (1600m) carries the name of one icon of the Hunterville community, and on Saturday it was won by...
Opie Bosson

Crowning season for Bosson

The 2018/19 season will live long in the memory of leading New Zealand jockey Opie Bosson. The talented hoop went on to win six Group...

Another horse has died at Santa Anita

Another horse has died from injuries at Santa Anita racetrack, the 25th fatality since Christmas.

Jamie Mott has perfect day at Mornington

Jamie Mott has walked away from the Mornington meeting with a four-timer from four rides at the track.

More convictions for trainer Ben Currie

Trainer Ben Currie has been found guilty of 12 charges of race day administration and has been asked to make submissions on sentence.

Flemington straight to suit Divine Quality

After flopping around a bend in the Sangster Stakes at Morphettville, Divine Quality is set to run in the Straight Six over 1200m at Flemington.

Tonsor to continue Smith’s winning ways

Trainer Matt Smith hopes promising sprinter Tonsor can bounce back from a last-start defeat when he runs at Randwick.

Lessons learned from Criterion invaluable

Lindsay Park is hoping lessons learned from an international campaign with Criterion can be carried over into the Australian preparation of Alfarris.

Slow recovery for injured rider Hackett

Injured rider Michael Hackett is making progress, albeit slow, as he remains in Sydney's Liverpool Hospital after a fall at Tomingley.

Big weekend for Roustoby twins

An impressive debut jumps win for Woodsman at Te Rapa on Saturday marked the first leg of a special double for rider Michael Roustoby and...