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  • Rothesay ready to rock

    ROTHESAY, the forgotten three-year-old of the Sydney carnival, is tuned up for a winning return to the track at Rosehill Gardens tomorrow.

  • Spring Carnival under the whip

    THE multi-million-dollar Spring Racing Carnival is under threat with jockeys nationwide preparing to take rolling industrial action over the rules on the use of whips.

  • Punters the big winners

    AS Gaming and Racing Minister Kevin Greene was detailing a series of initiatives designed to lift restrictions on NSW bookmakers, jockeys walked out.

  • Jockeys strike over whip rule

    RACING across the country is in jeopardy this weekend after jockeys went on strike today when their moves to amend the new whip usage rules were rejected.  

  • No Joy on Tuesday

    TUESDAY Joy – the horse named for Australia’s most famous race, the Melbourne Cup – seems destined never to run in the event that stops a nation.

  • Profound plan for Melbourne Cup

    THE weather will determine whether Melbourne Cup favourite Profound Beauty takes her place in Saturday’s Group One Irish Field St Leger or comes straight to Australia.

  • Fair crack of the whip

    COREY Brown, who tomorrow will present a case to the Australian Racing Board to amend the new whip rules, has been hit with another fine for excessive whipping.

  • Coyle walks out on Patinack

    IF JASON Coyle knew his days at Patinack Farm were numbered, he wasn’t letting on at Randwick on Saturday. He was bullish about his Spring Carnival plans.

  • Hard labour for top horses

    TWO of Sydney’s leading trainers have taken aim at the Australian Jockey Club over the condition of their training and racing surfaces at Royal Randwick.

  • Stars to collide in Stan Fox

    THE Stan Fox Stakes is shaping as one of the races of the Sydney carnival with four of the best three-year-olds set to clash before heading to Melbourne for the Group One Caulfield Guineas.

  • Give whip rule the flick now

    SYDNEY and Melbourne should go their own way and throw out the silly new whip rule. Have any of these blokes on the ARB ever had a bet?

  • Star scratched but Flemington fires

    GLAMOUR colt Manhattan Rain didn’t start at Flemington yesterday because his owner has decided to keep him for the Caulfield Guineas Prelude on September 19.

  • O’Lonhro passes his first big test

    HE’S young, inexperienced and still learning what racing is all about – yet after just his fifth career start O’Lonhro is already a Group Two winner.

  • So You Think it was a Great result?

    TRAINER David Payne had given up on More Than Great, believing his colt had lost to So You Think. Jockey Nash Rawiller had to ask stewards if he had won.

  • Brown has a crack at whip rule

    COREY Brown, one of Sydney’s most experienced and talented jockeys, has slammed the new whip rules, saying they are virtually impossible to abide by.

  • Fat by name, fast by nature

    ALBERT The Fat sounds like a slow coach, but he is a racehorse with speed to burn and he is good enough to win today’s Tramway Handicap at Randwick.

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