Horse Racing News

McEvoy has Antipas jumping at St Leger

Trainer Tony McEvoy is banking on schooling sessions proving beneficial for Antipas in the lead-up to the VRC St Leger at Flemington.

Tuesday NZ news briefs – Group winner turned out

Heni’s work is done for the season with the gifted daughter of Towkay enjoying a deserved break. “She’s out for a spell, she had been...

Ringo drumming up solid progress

Ringo’s connections were satisfied with his first-up run and further improvement is expected from the stakes winner and Group 1 performer. The Awapuni galloper overcame...

Ormsby hoping for St Leger scratching

Former successful jockey Chad Ormsby could line up his first Australian stakes contender at Flemington on Wednesday, but he won’t be training the horse afterwards....

RAD Board hear jurisdiction submissions

The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has heard submissions over its jurisdiction to hear charges laid against Robert Smerdon in the Aquanita case.

Trapeze Artist to keep racing

Triple Group One winner Trapeze Artist will stay in training with his first aim the $13 million Everest before an overseas campaign.
Kentucky Derby

Gronkowski ruled out of Kentucky Derby

Gronkowski has been ruled out of the Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs after spiking a temperature.
Snitzel Music horse

Snitzel to stand for $220,000

Champion stallion Snitzel will stand the upcoming breeding season at $220,000 at Arrowfield Stud.

Caulfield race to get fillies back on song

Angelic Spirit and Snogging are set to line up against each other at Caulfield as they attempt to get their campaigns back on track.

Glyn Schofield resting back problem

Jockey Glyn Schofield will spend the period of a suspension recovering from a back problem.

Lismore betting tips & full form for Tuesday, April 24

LISMORE is racing this Tuesday and the Horse Betting team has cast its eye over all seven events on the NSW card. Feel like making...

European imports set for Caulfield debuts

Shadwell Stud has won a number of Australia's biggest races with its European imports and the latest two are set to run at Caulfield.

Victorem to step up to Group class

Country Championship winner Victorem will be out to add a Group Three win to his resume in the Hawkesbury Guineas.

Chris Johnson to ride over jumps

Veteran New Zealander Chris Johnson will ride over jumps as he bids to win the jockeys premiership.

Change of plans for Shamurt

Trainer Tony Gollan has had a change of mind and is likely to run unbeaten filly Shamurt in the Listed Dalrello Stakes.

Brief jumps return for top jockey Johnson

Chris Johnson is planning to make a brief comeback over fences in a bid to improve his prospects of winning another New Zealand Jockeys’ Premiership....
Hayes, Hayes and Dabernig

Capacity field for St Leger at Flemington

A full field is set to run over 2800 metres in one of Victoria's oldest races, the VRC St Leger, at Flemington.

Millard eyes future with Singapore Sling ahead of Champions Mile tilt

Trainer Tony Millard has his sights set on next season with Hong Kong Classic Cup (1800m) winner Singapore Sling, but he is still hopeful of...

High hopes for Pingwu Spark

Patience is a virtue that trainer Benno Yung knows well. On Sunday (29 April) at Sha Tin, his Champions Day hopes will rest squarely on...
Ryan Moore

Ryan Moore set to ride in Kentucky Derby

Trainer Aidan O'Brien expects Ryan Moore to partner Mendelssohn in the Kentucky Derby rather than ride at the 2000 Guineas meeting.
Amanaat winning at Doomben

Amanaat to miss early winter races

Amanaat will miss the early Brisbane carnival races with a jaw injury but trainer Ben Currie is clinging to hope he might be back later...
Order of St George

Order Of St George wins Vintage Crop

Order Of St George has got his season off to a successful start, outclassing his two rivals in the Vintage Crop Stakes at Navan.

Big winners at the Sydney autumn carnival

Winx and her trainer Chris Waller have been the biggest winners over the Sydney autumn carnival.
Trapeze Artist wins at Canberra

Trapeze Artist future to be decided

Onwer Bert Vieira is expected to make a decision soon whether Trapeze Artist keeps racing or heads to stud.
Destiny's Kiss

Destiny’s Kiss back for Hawkesbury Cup

Veteran Destiny's Kiss is ready for his 81st career start in the Hawkesbury Gold Cup as a rare trip to Queensland beckons for the Brisbane...