Trainer Kris Lees is hoping an expected wet Kensington track at Randwick will offset a drop in distance for last-start WJ McKell Cup winner Frankely...
Prominent trainers Kris Lees and Chris Waller are set to have strong hands in the Grafton Cup with both stable's having three acceptors in the...
Who were the star performers in Saturday's Australian horse racing action? Let's take a look at the standouts around the tracks over the weekend.
Newcastle trainer Kris Lees has produced the quinella in the Listed WJ McKell Cup with comeback mare Frankely Awesome defeating Sixties Groove.
A pair of race-hardened geldings and two mares bidding to recapture their best form will go head-to-head for the Kris Lees stable at Rosehill.
Trainer Kris Lees has ruled favourite Frankely Awesome out of the Australian Derby but says she will be ready for the Oaks.
Frankely Awesome gets a genuine chance to become the first Australian Group One winner for her sire Frankel.