Memory is expected to show her true colours for the first time this season when she lines up in Friday’s Falmouth Stakes at Newmarket.
Aidan O’Brien’s Irish Derby winner Treasure Beach may have his next start in the Grand Prix de Paris at Longchamp.
The Toowoomba Cushion track will host a seven race meeting on Tuesday with competitive racing expected, as it always is on the tricky circuit.
Champion hoop Steve Pateman looks set to bag a double from two rides when the ten race card takes place on Tuesday at Tatura.
The Hunter Valley’s most celebrated raceday, The Jungle Juice Cup day, takes place on Tuesday eight excellent races with the main race attracting well performed horses such as O’Crikey while Robert Thompson is looking for his eighth win in the prestigious race.
The much-hyped Bossdon City didn’t live up to expectations in the autumn and trainer Brett Cavanough is a little more cautious ahead of the spring.
Leading jockey Glyn Schofield has appealed one of two riding bans from Saturday’s Rosehill meeting.
Record-breaking New Zealand apprentice James McDonald’s book for a much-anticipated Randwick cameo has more than doubled.
So You Think’s Royal Ascot conqueror Rewilding has been elevated to third on the world thoroughbred rankings behind equal top-raters Black Caviar and Frankel.
Australia’s leading Group One trainer Peter Moody is facing his second drug inquiry in 13 months after a positive swab from recent winner Lethal Arrow.
Jockey Dean Yendall has celebrated the anniversary of a six-win haul at Mildura with another four winners at the track.
A Queensland Cup nomination for Caloundra Cup winner Spechenka has been downplayed as an insurance entry only by trainer Ben Ahrens.
Consistent sprinter Beyond Pardon will back up from a Moonee Valley victory as the top qualifier in the All-Victorian Sprint Final at Flemington.
As he farewells stable stars Vision And Power and Hadaaf, Joe Pride is looking to fill the void with Neeson who begins his spring countdown with a barrier trial on Tuesday.