Sale have a seven race meeting set down for Sunday with the main race being the first heat of the Gippsland Middle Distance Series.
A competitive afternoon of racing is sure to be seen at Ballarat on Sunday with a strong eight race card.
Great day’s racing at Eagle Farm yesterday with several major talking points, but the highlight was Scarlett Lady’s stunning win in the Queensland Oaks thanks to a great ride by I think the best ever jockey to have come out of NZ, James McDonald.
Melbourne trainer Tony Noonan is facing one of the toughest decisions of his career following Varenna Miss’ impressive victory at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Chris Waller equalled his season best tally and edged closer to a century with a winning double at Rosehill on Saturday.
Scarlett Lady gave boom New Zealand apprentice James McDonald his first Group One win in Australia when she came with a barnstorming finish to claim the Queensland Oaks on Saturday.
His fellow jockeys were left lamenting as champion rider Jim Cassidy handed out a galloping lesson aboard Legsman to win the Winter Cup at Rosehill.
Warwick Farm trainer Matthew Smith and jockey Brenton Avdulla landed their first winners in Queensland when Hurtle Myrtle scored in the Group Two Dane Ripper Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Top jockey Hugh Bowman dismissed any distance doubts that hung over Hot Snitzel after he scored a dazzling win in an action-packed Sires’ Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Advice taken from the legendary Bart Cummings helped Wyong trainer Don Robb prepare Big Bonanza for a breakthrough city win at Rosehill on Saturday.
Former Victorian trainer Craig Stott came to Queensland to retire late last year, but things didn’t go to plan.
Promising colt Galah continued Darley’s domination of two-year-old racing this season with a strong win in the opening event at Rosehill on Saturday.
Trainer Mike Moroney has not ruled out backing up imported stayer Glass Harmonium in next week’s Group Two Brisbane Cup following his win in the Eagle Farm Cup.
The Peter Moody-trained two-year-old Le Societe earned a break and a spring campaign when she overpowered her rivals at Sandown on Saturday.