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Jockey Luke Currie has ended a Group One drought, guiding underrated mare Suavito to a first-up win in the CF Orr Stakes at Caulfield.
Star mare Winix has cruised to victory in the Apollo Stakes at Randwick, her first start since her Cox Plate win.
Magic Millions has announced a new 3.5% flat commission rate across all lots sold in the upcoming 2016 National Weanling and Broodmare Sale.
Breeding industry leaders have met with Federal politicians in Canberra at a ground-breaking promotional event.
Captain Joy made a tremendous comeback at Dundalk on Friday, for a cosy win in the €25,000 Ladbrokes Fast-Track Qualifier at Dundalk.
Back from a spell, the talented but unpredictable A La Victory gained the verdict in a head-bobber in the $100,000 Open Benchmark 97 race over 1400m on Friday night.
Ben Fearnley has picked out three horses from last weekend to keep an eye on for the rest of this season.
The Chairman's and Manfred Stakes were the features at Caulfield on Saturday where the performance of the Chairman's winner, Extreme Choice, was a clear highlight.
The World All Stars have downed the Indigenous All Stars 12-8 after the concept's future was guaranteed by ARL Commission chairman John Grant.
New recruit Jordan Rankin kicked a goal from the sideline to give the Wests Tigers an 18-16 win over Melbourne in a trial on the Sunshine Coast.
One of the leading female trainers in New South Wales Belinda McCarthy has thrown her support behind the ovarian cancer awareness campaign currently underway.
Diminutive Fairfield pacer, Sumatran Tiger was recently retired and will begin his new life at Riding for the Disabled.