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Thoroughbred horse training partnerships are becoming prevalent in Australian racing — more particularly those involving families.
Trainer John O'Shea will have no alternative but to start Earthquake at Randwick if he wants to keep the star filly to a suitable spring timetable.
A small group of shareholders got up close and personal with the first four Niagara foals over the weekend.
As this week marks the start of the breeding season, Hunter Valley breeders should be buoyant about what the spring can deliver for the Australian racing industry.
Veteran jockey Saifudin Ismail may not ride very often for trainer Laurie Laxon, but the occasional pairing still came up with a Group win last year.
Trent Busuttin and Natalie Young could be forced to pit Cauthen up against the world’s top-rated sprinter at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Hallowed Crown looks in store for an exciting spring after a resounding Run To The Rose victory last Saturday.
Dissident has landed the first Group 1 of the season in taking out last Saturday’s Memsie Stakes at Caulfield.
Big-serving Sam Groth has been named to make his Davis Cup debut in Australia's World Group playoff with Uzbekistan next week.
Michael Clarke is adamant the right decision was made for him to play in Zimbabwe and that retirement is certainly not on his agenda.
Twenty year old reinsman Joel Butterfield will never forget Friday August 22nd 2014it was the date he drove the first winner of his career.
Frith is the star of the Bruce Harpley team and she has been entered at Tabcorp Park Menangle on Saturday night.