Australia horse racing news

Apprentice jockey Michael Poy

Victorian apprentice runs second in France

Michael Poy, the son of former champion jockey Michael Clarke, has finished second in an apprentices' jockeys race in France.

Decision time coming for Steven Arnold

Jockey Steven Arnold hasn't lost his passion for riding and is keeping himself in trim riding trackwork at Macedon Lodge as he ponders his future.

Jungle Edge returning to Randwick

Victorian trainer Mick Bell will return to Randwick with Jungle Edge for the Winter Dash and hopes he can press claims for a slot in...

Straight to town for maiden winner Flogga

A lot of hard work has gone into debut maiden winner Flogga who now heads to town to run in a heat of the Silver...

Aquanita appeals set to be heard together

The Victorian Civil and Administrative Tribunal is expected to deal with the appeals by four of the "Aquanita eight" together.
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Jockey has appeal win before the RAD Board

Jockey John Robertson has had six meetings shaved from a careless riding suspension on appeal to the Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board.

Kah content to make hit-and-run raids

Jockey Jamie Kah is keen to keep her interstate momentum going but will still call Adelaide home.

Tony Gollan to chase another record

Premier trainer Tony Gollan believes he can break the record for the most wins in a Queensland metropolitan season with 12 meetings remaining.

Thirty seven entries for Tatt’s Tiara

The Tatt's Tiara at Doomben has received 37 entries for 16 positions in the final Group One race of the Australian season.
QLD Racing

Allan Reardon says he will work on

Queensland's chief steward Allan Reardon says he will work the final weeks of his contract despite openly criticising the head of the state's integrity unit.

Laurens wins Prix Diane at Chantilly

Laurens has won the French Oaks, the Prix de Diane, to give English trainer Karl Burke and jockey PJ McDonald their first taste of Classic...

Tony McEvoy looking to spring with fillies

Tony McEvoy will separate his stable's star fillies in the spring with Sunlight to target sprints in Melbourne and Oohood to head to Sydney for...

High hopes for Savanna Amour

Top Queensland mare Savanna Amour will probably have her last winter run in the Tatt's Tiara but there is a chance she could aim even...

Stokes set to have new Victorian base

Adelaide trainer Phillip Stokes is hoping to have new stables at Pakenham up and running by the spring carnival.

Gallop to decide Flemington run for Nature

Trainer Darren Weir is hoping beach training has had a settling effect on sprinter Nature Strip who could have his first run for the trainer...

Matt McGillivray to ride for old boss

Top jockey Matt McGillivray will be reunited with his old boss Craig Smith in the Battle of the Bush final at Doomben.

Trebles for Purton and Moreira

Zac Purton has maintained his Hong Kong premiership lead over Joao Moreira with both riding a treble at Sha Tin.
QLD Racing

More Saturdays for Sunshine Coast

The Sunshine Coast is likely to have more meetings in the new season as Racing Queensland makes plans to protect tracks while Eagle Farm is...

Marmelo on track for Melbourne Cup

Marmelo has justified his 11-8 favouritism to win the Listed Grand Cup at York as he builds to another attempt at the Melbourne Cup.
Jeff Lloyd

Kerrin McEvoy, Jeff Lloyd suspended

Jeff Lloyd and Kerrin McEvoy will ride at the final Group One meeting of the season at Doomben before serving careless riding bans.

Craig Williams scores emotional Valley win

Craig Williams has won a race at Moonee Valley named in honour of his jockey cousin Travis Harrison, who was killed in a car accident.

Ryan’s magic plan leads to Waterhouse win

A plan hatched by trainer Gerald Ryan six months ago has resulted in Magic Alibi's victory in the Listed Gai Waterhouse Classic.

Manolo Blahniq on track for Queensland

Victoria-based gelding Manolo Blahniq heads to the Queensland winter carnival on a high after winning second-up at Rosehill for trainer Tony Noonan.

My Nordic Hero gets first Australian win

After finishing second in his previous two starts in Melbourne, import My Nordic Hero has broken through for his first Australian win at Moonee Valley.

McNeil guides Single Note to Valley win

Single Note has rallied strongly to snare a Saturday city win at Moonee Valley in what is her final racing preparation before heading to the...