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  • Champion jockey calls time on career

    Jockey Steven King has confirmed his retirement from race riding after a stellar career highlighted by the Caulfield Cup and Melbourne Cups double on Let’s Elope. King has not ridden competitively since December but still rides quality horseflesh for five-time Melbourne Cup-winning owner Lloyd Williams each morning at Macedon Lodge…. Read More »

  • Trainer admits fault in horse mix-up debacle

    The trainer at the centre of the mistaken identity case at Yarmouth is hoping authorities show leniency. Charlie McBride is expecting to be fined by the British Horseracing Authority after an older stablemate was found to be the winner of a juvenile race at Yarmouth but says it was simply… Read More »

  • “Wrong” horse wins race

    English racing has been left embarrassed by the discovery that a winner of a two-year-old race at Yarmouth, was in fact the horses elder stablemate. The mistake was only discovered after the 50-1 Charlie McBride-trained Mandarin Princess had overturned the 4-6 favourite Fyre Cay on Thursday (Friday AEST) but was… Read More »

  • Canterbury runner collapses and dies

    Rachel King’s stellar season has been tinged with sadness at Canterbury with the Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott-trained Sebrarian collapsing and dying mid-race. The in-form apprentice eased up the three-year-old during Wednesday’s Benchmark 66 Handicap (1900m). Sebrarian, who won once in 10 starts, then collapsed after she dismounted. Racing NSW… Read More »

  • Harness racing legend Kevin Newman dies

    Harness racing great Kevin Newman has died unexpectedly at the age of 83. John Dumesny, Harness Racing NSW chief executive, said Newman was a legend at Harold Park where he won a record 10 trainers’ titles and eight as a driver. “Kevin at 83 was well and had just finalised… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup winner could return next month

    Last year’s Melbourne Cup winner Almandin may not be far off a return to racing with owner Lloyd Williams hinting he might return in late August. Almandin is yet to be seen at the race track since his emphatic victory in what was Australia’s richest race the Melbourne Cup last… Read More »

  • Worlds best racehorse gets donkey licked

    The world’s highest ranked horse Arrogate has had his crown dismantled after a lacklustre run in the Group 2 San Diego Handicap where he finished a distant fourth to winner Accelerate. Arrogate headed into the race ranked as the best horse in the world but the disappointing finish will likely… Read More »

  • Track invader receives ban

    A track invader who ran onto the racecourse in the last race on G1 Kingsford Stakes day has received a ban from racecourses Australia wide. Read more about the incident: Man runs on track at Eagle Farm At a delayed inquiry, the man pleaded guilty to entering the Eagle Farm track… Read More »

  • Accidental doping costs connections $60k

    The trainer of a gelding inadvertently given female hormone treatment before he won a $100,000 race has been fined $6000. Connections of Lautaro have also lost the $54,000 prize money the Andrew Dale-trained gelding won in the Kia Ora Stud Handicap at Scone on May 13 before testing positive to… Read More »

  • 7 time G1 winner dies

    Seven time Group 1 winner Grand Armee has sadly passed away at the age of eighteen. Grand Armee amassed over $5.3million dollars in earnings including seven group one wins. Grand Armee was retired in August 2005 after 31 starts winning 13 times and placing a further 13 times and has… Read More »

  • Group 1 winner ruled out of spring carnival

    An injury to classy sprinter Bon Aurum will see the Group 1 winner miss the entire spring carnival. The Ciaron Maher trained chestnut stallion will have at least 6 months off after needing to have chips removed from his knee. Ken King, who bred Bon Aurum, told that the sprinter would take… Read More »

  • Sydney to host Melbourne Cup day Live Site

    The excitement of the 157th edition of the Emirates Melbourne Cup will hit Sydney on the first Tuesday in November, as the harbour city’s newest waterfront precinct, Barangaroo, hosts a live site on Australia’s biggest raceday. Sydneysiders can get caught up in all the exhilarating action of ‘the race that stops a nation’™… Read More »

  • Melbourne Cup magic to sweep Sydney

    Sydneysiders will tomorrow get their chance to experience the allure of the $200,000 2017 Emirates Melbourne Cup trophy when it journeys around Sydney. The day will begin with model, Myer Ambassador and Channel 7’s Rachael Finch dazzling alongside the Emirates Melbourne Cup as she and Flemington Ambassador Georgia Connolly enter Martin Place tomorrow on horseback. Joining the glamourous… Read More »

  • Horse bites rival in Rosehill feature

    One of the most unusual things you will see caught on camera happened in the Winter Stakes at Rosehill today with fancied galloper Shiraz biting Burning Passion heading into the straight. Thanks to @braddavo for finding this weird occurrence. Have Your Say: Whats the weirdest thing you’ve seen in a… Read More »

  • Track riders banned in Victoria

    Two international trackwork riders have been banned for returning positive drug tests in Victoria. Frenchmen Pierre Boudvillain and Enzo Mezenguel were banned for two months and six weeks respectively after pleading guilty to having a banned substance in their system. Stewards did not name the substance, charging the pair under… Read More »

  • QLD trainer banned for 12months on cobalt charges

    Gold Coast trainer Marcus Wilson has been disqualified for 12 months on two cobalt related charges. Queensland Racing Integrity Commission stewards heard cobalt was detected in urine samples taken from Steering at the Gold Coast on November 19 and Lyra at Ipswich on December 16. Earlier this year, evidence was… Read More »

  • Maiden winner to stand at stud

    A maiden four year old has been retired to stand at stud. Magic Millions Maiden winner Wolf Cry has been retired to stand at stud following a disappointing preparation in Melbourne where he finished ninth on two occassions. The son of Street Cry amassed over $200,000 with a majority of… Read More »

  • Jockey dies from suspected heart attack

    Veteran Victorian jockey Roger Booth has died of an apparent heart attack after riding in a race at Darwin’s Fannie Bay racecourse. Booth was in Darwin riding for Kyneton trainer Neil Dyer in the lead-up to the annual Cup carnival. Australian Jockeys Association chairman Des O’Keeffe said Booth collapsed after… Read More »

  • G1 winner sold to HK

    Group 1 winner Ruthven will head to Hong Kong to race out his career after the Queensland Derby winner was purchased by Albert Hung. Last start G1 Queensland Derby winner Ruthven has had ten career starts for three wins including the G1 Queensland Derby as well as a G1 placing… Read More »

  • Michelle Payne suspended for positive sample

    Melbourne Cup winning jockey Michelle Payne has received a 28 day suspension following her positive result to a banned substance. Michelle Payne fronted Racing Victoria in an inquiry this morning following a positive test to an appetite suppressant. Payne pleaded guilty and said she took full responsibility and regretted not… Read More »

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