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  • Maximum Security’s owner fires trainer over doping scheme

    The owner of Maximum Security, winner of the world’s richest horse race in Saudi Arabia, has fired trainer Jason Servis after he was indicted in a doping scheme. Gary West has replaced Servis with Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert. Servis was among 27 people charged earlier this week in… Read More »

  • High profile US trainers, vets charged over doping

    More than two dozen people, including the trainer of champion Maximum Security, have been charged in what authorities describe as a widespread international scheme to drug horses. Trainer Jason Servis, whose stable includes Maximum Security, winner of the $20 million Saudi Cup, has been charged with administering performance-enhancing drugs to… Read More »

  • Watch: Racegoer runs onto track during race at Canberra

    A racegoer at Canberra on Sunday put participants and himself in danger running onto the track during a race. The man put himself and participants in danger after he jumped the fence during the last race on Canberra’s Black Opal Stakes meeting and tried to race the horses in the… Read More »

  • Godolphin’s owner accused of kidnapping

    It has been alleged in the UK’s austere High Court, that His Royal Highness Sheikh Mohammad who owns all of the Godolphin racehorses including Saturday’s G1 winner Bivouac, is being investigated for kidnap and cruelty. His former wife, Princess Haya, is at the centre of the investigation which involves the… Read More »

  • How much is Bivouac worth?

    Normally a devastating, and profound Gr 1 win like we saw with BIVOUAC on Saturday, would have everyone asking two questions. Firstly, how much is a well-bred entire like him worth? And secondly, when is he going to stud? Well, I think you’ll be pleased with both answers. Bivouac (Exceed… Read More »

  • Watch: Queensland jockey suspended for six weeks

    Jockey Nathan Day has been suspended for six weeks on a handling charge from a race in January. Day indicated he would fight the charge and suspension through all avenues if required. Stewards opened an inquiry into Day’s ride on Helsun who ran third in a maiden at Doomben on… Read More »

  • HKJC member confirmed with coronavirus

    A Hong Kong Jockey Club member has been confirmed with COVID-19 prompting further restrictions on attendance. The Centre for Health Protection said the man had attended his daughter’s wedding banquet on February 22 where his sister, a confirmed case earlier, was also present. He was sent to the quarantine centre… Read More »

  • Is this the best bred filly on the planet?

    In a few months, Australian broodmares will start having babies. And among them will be the first one’s sired by the unbeaten superstar JUSTIFY (Scat Daddy-Stage Music). But before we get to see them, the world is seeing almost daily, brand new babies born by Justify in North America and… Read More »

  • Watch: Jockey fined $320,000 for excessive use of whip

    Jockey Mike Smith has been fined more than $320,000 AUD for excessive use of the whip in the $20m Saudi Cup on runner-up Midnight Bisou. Midnight Bisou finished second to Maximum Security in the richest race in the world the $20m Saudi Cup which was raced on Sunday morning AEDT…. Read More »

  • Watch: Black Caviar’s daughter impresses in jumpout

    Champion sprinter Black Caviar could have her best foal yet in the way of Ready For Caviar who impressed in winning a jump-out at Flemington on Friday. Ready For Caviar a daughter of Black Caviar by leading sire More Than Ready was one of the eye catching two-year-olds who stepped… Read More »

  • Japan bans spectators from race meetings over coronavirus

    Japanese racing authorities will bar spectators from meetings immediately in measures to prevent the spread of the coronavirus. In addition, there will be no sale of betting tickets or payout of winning tickets on race days or payout on weekdays at all JRA racecourses and off-track betting facilities with all… Read More »

  • Watch: All Star Mile runner goes unplaced at Sandown

    All-Star Mile contender Heart Of Puissance has had his colours lowered in a midweek race at Sandown but will press ahead to the $5 million race at his next start. Heart Of Puissance was last week granted a spot in the All-Star Mile at Caulfield as one of the top… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup plans for star European stayer

    The chances of another Cummings becoming the 3rd member of Australian racing’s elite Melbourne Cup family to actually train a Melbourne Cup winner, took a dramatic turn today. Cummings, Anthony that is, and not his sons James or Edward, was today announced the trainer of central European wonder horse NANCHO…. Read More »

  • Major twist in trainers 10 year ban

    There are sooooo many things happening in North American racing as we head towards the Kentucky Derby in a few weeks, that an occasional massive story just gets overlooked. In New York, one is developing that could be of interest globally. You probably don’t remember, but in 2011, New York-based… Read More »

  • Linda Meech proves controversial sacking was wrong

    There was something divinely rewarding for Linda Meech as she steered PIPPIE home to win the Gr 1 Oakleigh Plate. Remember, this was the jockey who was sensationally sacked from the star 3YO THOUGHT OF THAT days prior to the Gr 1 VRC Derby because…. ‘she wasn’t a Gr 1… Read More »

  • Watch: Biggest moral beat of the year?

    It probably doesn’t matter if you are just a casual racing lover, or a trainer, breeder, jockey, professional punter, school teacher, janitor, unemployed bum, et al. If you have a punt every now and then, you have an internal Black Book in your mind always looking for future winners. Well,… Read More »

  • Should blind horses be allowed to race in Australia?

    It is not often, in fact NEVER, that North American rules of racing and racing in general are better than Australia’s. That’s pretty much always been the prevailing thought. But, after a big race at Santa Anita yesterday, there just might be one teensy weenie rule that we need to… Read More »

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