William Buick believes the best is yet to come from Nathaniel who has been added to the King George VI And Queen Elizabeth Stakes at Ascot on Saturday at a cost of STG75,000 ($A113,964).
Dominant could take on his elders for the first time in the York Stakes at the Knavesmire on Saturday.
Gambling giant Tabcorp Holdings Ltd has paid $410 million to keep its hold on Victoria’s $4.4 billion wagering industry until 2024.
Better-class races are on the agenda for well-bred youngsters Almahaab and Segue after they fought out the finish of a two-year-old race at Geelong.
Country trainer Jenny Graham won’t know until close to acceptance time if her stable’s run of juvenile winners has a chance to continue in Sydney this week.
Serene Lodge look set to dominate on their home track when racing heads to Port Macquarie on Tuesday with a seven event meeting.
On what appears to be a strong nine race program for the Geelong Synthetic Circuit, the highlight will be the opening race for the babies, with some beautifully bred types set to strut their stuff.
Group One-winning sprinter Atomic Force was given an easy time during a barrier trial win at Wyong on Monday.
Kiwi apprentice Daniel Stackhouse has applied to extend his stay in Melbourne for another six months.
Troubled apprentice Josh Adams will be asked to repeat a Racing NSW drug and awareness program following an incident at a seminar last month.
Group Two-winning sprinter Wilander is on the comeback trail with new trainer David Hayes after being retired to stud.
Star sprinter Hay List continues to make good progress from a leg infection but John McNair says he is not out of the woods yet.
Trainer Brydon Mills is excited about the best prospect he has had for several years in the lightly raced Alberti.
Controversial Gold Coast Turf Club chairman Andrew Eggleston has had a two-month disqualification for unseemly conduct amended to a $1500 fine.