Sydney barrier trial plans for New Zealand-bound sprinter Atomic Force remain unchanged.
Horse Racing News
Spring discovery Manawanui will ply his trade exclusively in Sydney during an autumn campaign aimed at delivering an historic Randwick Group One double.
Cathy Hains has been elected to the board of Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria (TBV), replacing retiring board member Ruth Frenzel.
Warwick Farm trainer Guy Walter is almost resigned to his home track conspiring against Villiers Stakes plans for promising galloper Straight Albert.
Apprentice Tom Sadler will have his first metropolitan ride at Caulfield on Wednesday aboard the Allan Williams-trained Dane The Rave.
He is the whiz kid in Australian racing thanks to his recent purple patch in form. Now Chad Schofield has been rewarded for his feats by retaining the ride on New Day Rising, who won impressively at Rosehill on the weekend, in the Group 2 Villiers Stakes (1600m) at Warwick… Read More »
Trainer John Sadler will weigh up options for Saturday’s Flemington debut winner Sell In May with next month’s Karaka Million at Ellerslie a possibility.
Patinack Farm numbers for Brisbane’s first black type two-year-old races of the season will hinge on Tuesday morning trackwork.
Former Northern Territory speedster The Soldier has recovered from a setback and will run in Saturday’s Red Tempo Handicap at Flemington.
One of the bleakest starts to summer in Sydney in half a century has Melbourne trainer Clinton McDonald serious about a first-up shot in stakes company for superior wet track sprinter Second Effort.
Brad Witt hopes progressive filly Lexical Ambiguity can go out on a winning note on her home track at Wagga Wagga on Tuesday and enhance her claims for major country races next year.
Kilmore trainer Kate Goodrich ended a frustrating time in her career when veteran sprinter Signor Socks staged a form reversal to win at the Moonee Valley twilight meeting.
Melbourne Cup champion Dunaden is on the way to becoming one of the race’s greatest winners of modern times following his victory in Sunday’s $HK14 million Hong Kong Vase (2400m) at Sha Tin.
Trainer Brendan McCarthy had some compensation for losing one of his most promising young gallopers when Circle The Globe led throughout for an impressive win at Moonee Valley.