Australia horse racing news

Mark Kavanagh

Bright future predicted for Ellis Park

Trainer Mark Kavanagh has labelled Ellis Park the real deal after the three-year-old gelding made a winning start to his career in a Sandown maiden.
Pretty Brazen

Pretty Brazen pleases in Sandown gallop

Pretty Brazen has been taken to the scene of her Sandown Guineas victory for a race day gallop in preparation for her return in The...
Sense Of Honour

Sense Of Honour impresses in Sandown debut

Two-year-old filly Sense Of Honour has made an impressive start to her career with a three-length victory over 1200m at Sandown.
Damian Lane

Damian Lane booked for Catalyst in Melbourne

Star Australian jockey Damian Lane has been booked to ride New Zealander Catalyst in his upcoming Melbourne campaign.

Alizee heads entries for Group 2 Expressway

Star mare Alizee heads seven nominations in her bid to defend the Group Two Expressway Stakes at Rosehill.
Stuart Kendrick

Cosmic Gossip adds interest to The Jewel

Impressive filly Cosmic Gossip has added interest in the QTIS 2YO The Jewel with her win in the Sunshine Coast Classic.

Mikiko Nakao joins dual licence ranks

Queensland jockey Mikiko Nakao is set to have her first runner as a dual licence holder at Doomben.
Neville Bell

BRC chairman Neville Bell awarded OAM

Brisbane Racing Club Chairman Neville Bell has been awarded an OAM in the Australia Day honours.

Pierro colt tops Karaka sale Day One

A colt by Pierro has topped the first session of New Zealand's Karaka Yearling sale at $900,000.
Peter Moody

Moody confirms plan for training return

Peter Moody has ended speculation and confirmed his plans to return to the Victorian training ranks.

No blinkers for Catalyst in C S Hayes

Trainer Clayton Chipperfield says boom New Zealand three-year-old Catalyst will not wear blinkers at Flemington.

Winning Ways to become broodmare

Queensland Horse Of The Year, Oaks winner Winning Ways, has been sold and sent to Europe to be served by Kingman.

Azuro in line for NZ trip for Auckland Cup

Last-start Bagot Handicap placegetter Azuro has his next start in the Australia Day Cup at Warwick Farm before a planned New Zealand trip for the...
Super Seth

Manfred Stakes return for Super Seth

Caulfield Guineas winner Super Seth is set to begin his campaign in the Manfred Stakes on a path towards the Australian Guineas.
Tom Dabernig

Sandown return for stakes-placed 2yo filly

Two-year-old filly Queen Of Rocks, who was placed in the Debutant Stakes at her only start, will begin her latest campaign over 1200m at Sandown.

Two jockeys suspended at Sunshine Coast

Brad Stewart and Boris Thornton have both been suspended for winning rides at the Sunshine Coast.

Trainer launches appeals after suspension

A Queensland country trainer and his stablehand wife have appealed three-month suspensions for giving false evidence regarding the welfare of a horse.
Winning Ways

Winning Ways sold to Europe

Queensland Horse Of The Year, Oaks winner Winning Ways, has been sold and sent to Europe.

Herbie Dyke assignment for Luvaluva

Expat New Zealand trainer John Sargent is hoping to strike while the iron is hot with New Zealand-bred mare Luvaluva. The daughter of Mastercraftsman has...

Star filly Probabeel in rich Karaka double

Probabeel has completed the Karaka Million 2YO and 3YO double and set herself up for a return to Sydney for a Group One race.

Luck goes Steve O’Dea’s way in Listed Cup

Trainer Steve O'Dea finally had some luck during the summer carnival when Scallopini won the Sunshine Coast Cup.
James Cummings

Pandemic overwhelms rivals in first-up win

Godolphin three-year-old Pandemic appears set for a lucrative campaign after returning with a promising win at Randwick.

Morvada claims Listed John Dillon Stakes

The Peter Jolly-trained Morvada has reversed a last-start loss to beat Yulong January in the John Dillon Stakes to end the latter's summer winning sequence.
Cradle Mountain

Cunningham celebrates first stakes success

Trainer Clare Cunningham has notched an important career milestone at Randwick, winning her first stakes race with Cradle Mountain.

Grey Missile breaks metropolitan maiden

Top country galloper Grey Missile has led all the way to win his first metropolitan-class race at the Sunshine Coast.