Apprentice Ashley Thompson had a mixed day at Sandown, landing a winner before suffering an arm injury which cost him a double.
A pleasing midweek hitout alongside Karuta Queen has topped off Diamond To Pegasus for his race return, but trainer Tony Sergi says Sydney’s wet weather is a genuine unknown for the stakeswinning youngster.
Talented but wayward colt That’s The One made an impressive debut with an easy win at Sandown and co-trainer Cindy Alderson is hopeful he may make it to stakes class.
Unbeaten world champion Black Caviar has returned “in great shape” to Peter Moody’s Caulfield stables.
Racing officials are optimistic Saturday’s Warwick Farm program will go ahead despite having meetings at Canterbury and Gosford washed out.
Frustrating and embarrassing are two words that come to mind for trainer Shane Fliedner when he talks about talented galloper Tollesprit.
Motspur might be rising nine but Kris Lees sees no signs that the ageing sprinter is slowing down.
Juvenile Schiffer has won over $250,000 in stakes but trainer Gerald Ryan is keen for her to put some more money in the bank.
Eight of the racing industry’s major bodies have banded together to release a code of conduct governing sales agents.
Saigon may try to maintain his 100 per cent record in the Richmond Stakes at Glorious Goodwood on Friday week.
Frankie Dettori has likened Saturday’s King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot to a heavyweight boxing contest.
A decision on whether Blue Bunting heads for the Yorkshire Oaks or the St Leger will be made by Sheikh Mohammed.
Royal Ascot hero Prohibit could return to action in the King George Stakes at Glorious Goodwood before going on to York for the Nunthorpe Stakes.
Gosford has become the latest casualty of the wet weather in NSW with Thursday’s meeting postponed following a track inspection on Wednesday.