The Darley team is well represented early on in what appears to be a good afternoon of racing at Seymour with a monster ten race card.
Jockey Patrick Murphy was thankful the rain stayed away on Wednesday so he was able to ride two-year-old Appearance to an impressive debut win at Canterbury.
New Zealand apprentice Rosie Myers has posted a double at Sandown only two days after notching her first win in Australia.
Peter Moody was on the other side of the world but it didn’t stop him from celebrating a win with new stable acquisition Irish Dream at Doomben.
Adelaide apprentice Scott Westover has made a successful debut in Melbourne after he got a lucky break on the Lee Freedman-trained Joyeux at Sandown.
New Zealand’s Racing Integrity Unit has charged Victorian driver Lance Justice with breaches of harness racing’s drug rules following a positive test returned by his pacer Smoken Up after their win in the InterDominion Final at Alexandra Park in April.
Spring plans for Hay List are in doubt with the top sprinter suffering another setback as he battles to recover from the leg infection which ended his winter campaign.
Kerrin McEvoy has decided against appealing a careless riding suspension and will miss the ride on Beaded in the Group One Tattersall’s Tiara.
Winter is traditionally a quiet time for the David Hayes stable and it will be no different at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
The Listed Ipswich Cup will have a European flavour to it this year when Frenchman Yves Sequin saddles up Kiwi stayer Arcenciel.
Australian Turf Club officials will be breathing a sigh of relief after nominations for Saturday’s Stayer’s Cup at Rosehill more than doubled.
Tracey Bartley will split two of his stable guns between city and country this weekend with General’s Sniper to fly the flag at Rosehill.
Anything less than a perfect replica of the 2000 Guineas was always going to be a disappointment for Frankel fans, but connections issued no cause for alarm as the sport’s shining star took his unbeaten record to seven in the St James’s Palace Stakes at Royal Ascot.
The big money keeps coming for So You Think to make it three from three in the Northern Hemisphere at Royal Ascot tonight with a $200,000 bet struck at Sportingbet Australia.