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Godolphin stable jockey William Buick will be riding in Sydney for two weeks leading into Golden Slipper Day on March 21.
Scone trainer Greg Bennett is under no illusions the task facing In A Wink to win the H&NWRA Country Championship Qualifier at Tamworth on Thursday week.
West Australia based trainer Neville Parnham joined racing.com's Shane Anderson, to give an update on Group 1 Australian Guineas hopeful, Rommel.
Disposition will not contest Saturday’s Australian Guineas after an incident at Wez Hunter’s Mornington base on Wednesday morning.
For the sixth consecutive year the Inglis Premier Yearling Sale has risen to new heights continuing the momentum from a record Classic Sale last month.
Wednesday’s Auckland Cup meeting at Ellerslie presents the second-to-last leg of New Zealand Bloodstock’s Filly of the Year Series with the running of the G3 McKee Family Sunline Vase.
Unbeaten three-year-old My Lucky Strike will look to extend his run to five wins on the trot this Friday.
After campaigning purely on turf for five seasons, old marvel Flax will get his first taste of Polytrack racing this Sunday.
History repeated itself at Caulfield on Saturday as Pride Of Dubai claimed the Group 1 Blue Diamond Stakes.
When the judge called Neptune Collonges as the winner of the 2012 Grand National, among Paul Nicholls’ first words were “That’s Henderson beat!”, as the realisation dawned on him that the £547k first prize would take him beyond his main rival’s reach.
Casey Dellacqua has been knocked out in the first round of the Malaysia Open, but fellow Australian Jarmila Gajdosova advanced.
Corey Parker says Justin Hodges deserves the Broncos captaincy but a potential awkward moment looms ahead of his milestone NRL game.
Popular NSW driver Robbie Morris has been announced as the joint winner of the 2015 Leigh Plunkett Foundation (LPF) Scholarship.
The Carnival Of Cups heats up in March with five feature meetings being conducted across the state during the month with the first being at Wagga this Saturday night.