McKell Cup winner Ironstein is on target for a feature off-season double at Rosehill on Saturday.
A Perth jockey who allowed his bank account to be used by his best friend in a scam to siphon more than $11,000 from Racing and Wagering WA has been fined $3000.
With the Australian Hurdle and Steeple taking place at Betfair Park on Saturday, the Geelong Synthetic track will hold a rare Wednesday meeting with a strong eight race card with the power house trainers all with leading chances.
A solid seven race meeting is on the cards at Canterbury with the likes of Rawiller, Bowman, McEvoy and Brown set to dominate.
Queensland’s richest Group One race is no longer a comeback target but Brett Dodson isn’t giving up on More Than Great reliving past glories.
A tearful Josh Adams has vowed to rebuild his career after he serves a lengthy suspension for a positive drug test.
Reconstruction of the famous Cox Plate course is set to begin in 2016 as part of a multi-million dollar redevelopment of the Moonee Valley precinct.
Darley head jockey Kerrin McEvoy is battling a bout of `flu but has declared his fitness to fulfil commitments at the Queensland Oaks meeting at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Trainer Kelso Wood will roll the dice once more at Doomben in a final attempt to qualify Man From Oz for the Group One Queensland Derby on Saturday week.
Canterbury will need to be at the peak of its unrivalled recuperative powers on Wednesday for promising galloper Ready Steady Vetti to confirm a strong off-season three-year-old formline.
Leading Sydney apprentice Josh Adams has been outed for seven months for returning a positive test to an unnamed banned drug.
Trainer Kelso Wood has a million reasons to break his normal pattern of racing with Zero Rock.
Holberg is still being considered for the Gold Cup at Royal Ascot despite being beaten in his comeback run at Sandown last week.
The Queen’s Carlton House heads 17 hopefuls remaining in Saturday’s Epsom Derby following the confirmation stage.