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Chris Waller is saddling up an army of six runners in the 2016 Hawkesbury Gold Cup but it is Strawberry Boy that rates as his top seed.
Australia’s Tommy Berry has the chance on Sunday to improve his already excellent record in Hong Kong’s major races when he partners Chautauqua in the 2016 Chairman’s Sprint Prize (1200m) at Sha Tin racecourse.
The star studded catalogues for the Magic Millions National Weanling and Broodmare Sales are now online.
Popular breeder and owner Joe O'Gara, a long-time supporter of Goulburn Racing Club, has passed away.
Byerley Park-based trainers Peter and Dawn Williams expect Saturday’s Gr.2 Travis Stakes (2000m) at Te Rapa on Saturday will be a precursor to bigger things next season for talented mare Emily Monk.
Tommy Heptinstall has no regrets about selling star Hong Kong galloper Werther.
Don Cossack's unfortunate withdrawal after a tendon injury sustained in his last piece of work appears to leave Cue Card with outstanding claims in the Grade 1 Punchestown Gold Cup.
The Qipco 2000 Guineas at Newmarket has been won by the likes of Sea The Stars, Frankel and Dawn Approach.
Grant Hackett admits he has tarnished his reputation and will seek professional help to quit drinking following an altercation with a fellow flight passenger.
Panthers coach Anthony Griffin confirmed Isaah Yeo will start in place of centre Dean Whare, who tore his ACL during training on Wednesday.
Following last year’s acquisition of former Victoria Police detective Brent Fisher to the role of Investigations and Compliance Manager, Harness Racing Victoria (HRV) continues to invest in the important area of integrity.
New South Wales Rising Stars defending champion Jack Trainor has offered up his position in this year’s series to another junior driver.