Jockeys Michael Cahill and Jim Orman have been suspended for their rides in the Group One Stradbroke Handicap.
Godolphin filly Aquitaine will stay in Queensland to chase more black-type after winning the Listed Mick Dittman Plate at Eagle Farm.
Toowoomba's Steve Tregea can join a small group who have bred, owned and trained a horse to win a Group One race if Niccanova can...
Talented Niccanova will take the final step to a belated Group One start when he runs in the Group Two Victory Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Versatile Lauren Abbott hopes the Doomben win of One Stryke will lead to an increase in the number of horses trainer-jockeys are allowed to prepare.
Gatton trainer Leanne McCormick landed her first Saturday metropolitan winner when Mountbatten scored at the Gold Coast.
Eric The Eel has scored a last-to-first win at Doomben, confirming a trip to Sydney for the Australian Derby.
Trainer Matt Dunn believes former Melbourne horse Sovereign Nation is ready to win his first race in Queensland at Eagle Farm.
A fierce early pace has helped Raging Pole storm home to win the Aquis Three-Year-Old Handicap at the Gold Coast.
Trainer Kelly Schweida hopes Magic Fox can follow in the footsteps of his dam Plain Magic and win a major race at the Gold Coast.
Trainer Steve Tregea has borrowed some tactics used by veteran trainers to win the Bernborough Handicap with Niccanova at Eagle Farm.
Trainer Steve Tregea won't be tempted to venture interstate with Niccanova despite the gelding's return to winning form in the Brisbane Handicap.
Jockey Jim Orman is on the verge of 500 career winners and hopes to claim another stakes race along the way on Queensland Derby prospect...
Jockey Jim Orman has had a boost to his winter carnival hopes in a sensational Ascot Handicap at Doomben after winning on In His Stride.
James Orman has ridden his 400th winner as he gets back on track after a fall and has been booked for Lordag in the Weetwood...
Brisbane's riding ranks will be strengthened with Jim Orman close to returning from injury and Sydney's Lee Magorrian to ride more in the north.
Jockey Jim Orman could be out of the saddle for up to two months after injuring his back in a fall at the Sunshine Coast.