Best Odds with Top Tote+ and Bet Back Offers!
Register at Australia's #1 Online Bookmaker!
Watch Live Racing FREE!
Sign-up now and Watch every Race Live and Free on your Phone!
Back A Winner!
Sign-Up to Australia's Fastest Growing Online Bookmaker!
Back Yourself!
Sign-up and start betting with Ladbrokes in 2 minutes!
Best Of The Best Odds!
Bet With Palmerbet and get Paid Top Fluc or Top Tote!!
*Conditions Apply. Excl VIC, NSW, SA & WA. Gamble Responsibly

Australian Horse Racing News

  • Bricks And Mortar in Eclipse Awards sweep

    Bricks And Mortar has had a perfect year, and the Eclipse Award voters have given his team an historic sweep of top honours. After going six for six – all on the turf – at six tracks last year, Bricks And Mortar and his connections swept all eligible categories on… Read More »

     
  • Queensland lands a race in Worlds Top 100

    Racing Queensland believes the decision to increase prize money for the Group One Doomben 10,000 to $1 million has been vindicated with the race receiving a world top 100 ranking. Australia had 20 races rated in the top 100 and the 10,000, which will be run on May 9 this… Read More »

     
  • Michael Freedman hopes filly is the winning Ticket

    Gimcrack Stakes placegetter Ticket To Ride is showing all the right signs on the training track but co-trainer Michael Freedman knows her ultimate test will come on race day. The filly resumes in Saturday’s $2 million Inglis Millennium in 14 Days Handicap (1000m) at Randwick, her first start since closing… Read More »

     
  • Another sibling of Winx won’t make it to the races

    Champion mare Winx is set to go down as the best horse the country has ever seen but siblings of the champ have failed to live up to her ability. Breeder John Camilleri confirmed during the week Winx’s half sister by Snitzel will likely head to the breeding barn without… Read More »

     
  • Randwick raceday to raise money for fire assistance

    Special fund-raising initiatives will be in place at the Randwick meeting to assist rural communities and participants in NSW affected by recent bushfires across the state. Money raised on Saturday will help towards the care of livestock and other animals where feed and other commodities are in short supply. There… Read More »

     
  • $2.8m yearling to debut at Randwick

    The autumn carnival is still a few weeks away but Tommy Berry will head to Randwick with a spring in his step as he prepares to test two young horses with untapped potential. All but one of Berry’s eight rides on Saturday are at single-figure odds, including Gaulois in the… Read More »

     
  • Yulong January aims for fifth straight win

    Yulong January has taken all before him during a summer winning spree and his co-trainer Ciaron Maher is confident the progressive gelding can continue his rise in the John Dillon Stakes. After finishing fourth at Kyneton in the first start of his current campaign in early November, four-year-old Yulong January… Read More »

     
  • Ringo’s A Rockstar ready to rock again at the Sunshine Coast

    Sentimental favourite Ringo’s A Rockstar returns after a lengthy break to his favourite track and distance. Ringo’s A Rockstar will be having his first start since December, 2018 in Saturday’s Coastal BMW Open Handicap (1000m) at the Sunshine Coast. The gelding was the last open company performer trained by the… Read More »

     
  • Tom Marquand to get Napoleon Solo back into winner’s list

    Peter Snowden is banking on Tom Marquand’s first ride aboard Napoleon Solo giving the jockey the tools to get the horse back on the winner’s list at Randwick. The visiting Englishman partnered Napoleon Solo for the first time last start, with the gelding third behind Man Of Peace after chasing… Read More »

     
  • Australian G1 winner to take on America’s best

    Isn’t Australian racing about to receive the greatest shot in the arm it’s ever had. Which is a big call given what Phar Lap did for us, Shannon also when he won in the US, Black Caviar in England, Takeover Target in Japan and more recently Japanese superstar Lys Gracieux…. Read More »

     
  • Robbie Griffiths to test juveniles in Blue Diamond Previews

    Robbie Griffiths will put four of his stable’s two-year-olds to the test in Blue Diamond Previews at Caulfield to determine if they are contenders for Victoria’s premier juvenile race. The Blue Diamond series kicks off on Saturday with the colts and geldings Preview over 1000m and the fillies Preview over… Read More »

     
  • Niccanova poised for summer feature treble

    Toowoomba sprinter-miler Niccanova’s track work indicates he is poised to carry a record weight and complete a treble of feature summer carnival wins at the Sunshie Coast. Niccanova has already won the Listed Brisbane Handicap and Listed Bernborough Handicap this summer and is being aimed at the Listed Sunshine Coast… Read More »

     
  • Mark McNamara given coveted Hong Kong job

    The great Aussie callers tradition continues. News has just filtered back to Australia that the folk at the Hong Kong Jockey Club want the same tone they’ve had for years calling their English version of the races. So Sky Channel’s brilliant announcer Mark McNamara has just been given the coveted… Read More »

     
  • Jockeys Trust raises more than $100,000 for wildlife

    The annual National Jockeys’ Trust charity cricket match has again proven a success, with this year’s event raising more than $100,000 for wildlife and livestock affected by the bushfire crisis. Some of the stars of Australian racing swapped the racecourse for the cricket field in Monday’s eighth annual NJT T20… Read More »

     
  • Watch: Equilateral impressive in Dubai win

    Equilateral has opened up his options with an impressive win in the Dubai Dash Listed Handicap at Meydan in his first start as a gelding. The Charlie Hills-trained five-year-old has not quite lived up to the expectations of connections in his career to date, but that looks to change for… Read More »

     
  • Stars step out in Randwick trials

    Triple Group One winner Happy Clapper has had a pipe-opener in a Randwick barrier trial when fourth in a heat won by the John Thompson-trained Sweet Deal. Happy Clapper worked to the line in the 900m-heat on the course proper on Thursday, pleasing trainer Pat Webster with his effort and… Read More »

     
  • Queen Elizabeth Stakes ranked the best race in Australia

    The Queen Elizabeth Stakes remains the highest rated race in Australia and equal sixth best in the world following the latest rankings at the World’s Best Race and Racehorse awards. It is the third year in succession the Group One Randwick feature, which Winx won at her final start last… Read More »

     
  • No royal treatment for regally bred colts

    High priced yearlings are a little like Gucci hand bags, nice to look at and happily flaunted but they are not necessarily better than a cheaper version. That is why co-trainer Peter Snowden is relaxed as he prepares two colts who fetched a combined total of almost $4 million at… Read More »

     
  • Boom Spender stays home for first win

    The infamous south-east Queensland holiday traffic has prompted Desleigh Forster to keep promising youngster Boom Spender at home with the desired result. The trainer accepted with Boom Spender at Doomben on Thursday and in the Sunshine Coast Classic on Saturday. She felt the easier trip across the road from Eagle… Read More »

     
  • Steve O’Dea overdue for change of luck in Sunshine Coast Cup

    No-one would begrudge trainer Steve O’Dea a change of big race luck with Scallopini in the Listed Sunshine Coast Cup. O’Dea is having another successful season and is firmly entrenched in the metropolitan trainers premiership top 10 with 17 winners. He went to the Magic Millions day a fortnight ago… Read More »

     
 
 
 
 
Copyright © 2020 Just Horse Racing.
All rights reserved - Privacy Policy

Gamble Responsibly 18+
*State exclusions apply to some offers. Please check T&Cs of each offer with the bookmaker. All Offers Exclude NSW residents.