Australia horse racing news

Mr Sneaky aims to go one better in G1 Hcp

The 2017 Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes runner-up Mr Sneaky will bid to go one better in this year's 1400m Group One handicap at Caulfield.

Sandbar ready for Golden test in Rose

Sandbar can make a return to his best when he runs in the Group One Golden Rose after a last-start fifth on an unsuitable track.

Viddora shows she’s on target for G1 Moir

Viddora has continued preparations for a first-up tilt in the Group One Moir Stakes at Moonee Valley with a pleasing barrier trial win at Cranbourne.

Three 2yo trial winners for Ryan stable

Trainer Gerald Ryan has produced three two-year-old barrier trial winners at Randwick, all for Sun Stud.

Everest hope In Her Time cleared to race

In Her Time has been cleared to race but her stablemate El Dorado Dreaming is still sidelined pending analysis of swabs taken from the Ben...

Beer cans made in Winx’s honour

Carlton Draught will release a limited edition beer can in honour of Australia's greatest living racehorse Winx.

Caulfield return for star colt Written By

Star colt Written By will make his return in a 1000m-race against his own age at Caulfield on a path towards the Group One Coolmore...

Jungle Cat headlines Rupert Clarke entries

International visitor Jungle Cat headlines 24 nominations for the Group One Sir Rupert Clarke Stakes at Caulfield.

Weight-for-age spring path for Grunt

Trainer Mick Price has confirmed Grunt will stick to a weight-for-age program this spring which will include a crack at the Cox Plate.

Flag Of Honour wins Irish St Leger

Flag Of Honour has given trainer Aidan O'Brien victory in the Irish St Leger but there is no decision whether he comes to Australia for...
Crack Me Up

Crack Me Up Queensland Horse of the Year

Consistent galloper Crack Me Up has been named Queensland's Horse of the Year for last season.

Shoals and Santa Ana Lane head to Premiere

Stablemates Santa Ana Lane and Shoals will have their final Everest lead-up race in the Premiere Stakes at Randwick.

Kris Lees with Group One spring chances

Newcastle trainer Kris Lees has the favourites in three upcoming Group One races for three-year-olds.

Big money on offer in Qld summer

The Queensland summer carnival will again have $15 million prize money and $1.5 million in bonus payments.

Blinkers back on Long Leaf for Golden Rose

The numbers have been whittled down and Long Leaf will be Lindsay Park's sole representative in the Group One Golden Rose at Rosehill.

Hush Writer back on track after Flemington

After flopping at his Australian debut, Japanese-bred Hush Writer has shown his staying talents with an encouraging performance at Flemington.

Qld spring hopes to trial at Cranbourne

Two of Queensland's best spring carnival aspirants, Asharani and Savanna Amour, are expected to trial at Cranbourne.

Eagle Farm closer to re-opening

Racing officials have been taking key industry participants on track inspections at Eagle Farm which is still undergoing work.

Kew Gardens wins St Leger at Doncaster

Melbourne Cup entrant Kew Gardens has won the English St Leger at Doncaster to give Aidan O'Brien a sixth win in the world's oldest Classic.
Burning Front VOBIS

Brad Rawiller suspended over Group 1 ride

Brad Rawiller has received a ban of 12 meetings after been found guilty on two careless-riding charges out of the Makybe Diva Stakes.
Godolphin colt Trekking

Trekking adds to last-race favourites’ run

The James Cummings-trained Trekking has extended the winning streak of last-race favourites to eight.

Furrion makes it five wins from six starts

Lightly raced staying prospect has raced to his first city victory at Flemington, taking his record to five wins from six starts.
Glyn Schofield

Schofield suspended but keeps Metrop ride

Glyn Schofield will miss the Sir Rupert Clarke stakes meeting but will be back from suspension in time to ride Avilius in the Group One...

Fabulass Randwick win as Miss takes Flight

Regally bred filly Miss Fabulass hsa followed in her mother's footsteps, winning the Group Two Tea Rose Stakes at Randwick.

Encryption and blinkers a Flemington match

A meeting with trainer James Cummings and Godolphin hierarchy will determine the next phase of Encryption's spring campaign after winning the Danehill Stakes.