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Gai Waterhouse has declared her support for the Sydney spring carnival with increased prize money an attraction.
Four-time Melbourne Cup participant Precedence will lead out the Chelmsford Stakes field as part of a tribute to legendary trainer Bart Cummings.
Dual Group One-placed sprinter Kuro will have his first start for trainers Lee and Anthony Freedman in the McEwen Stakes at Moonee Valley.
Banco Mo begins his Caulfield Cup campaign at weight-for-age when he contests the Dato Tan Chin Nam Stakes at Moonee Valley.
Dubawi is a hot favourite to claim the European sires’ championship this season, ending a five-year domination of the title by Galileo.
Jaggard, a Group winning son of Falkirk, has been retired and will begin his breeding career at Blue Haven Farm.
Battle Plan thrived during his time off and he is ready to open a campaign aimed toward the lucrative age group races.
Mongolian Khan heads Kiwi weights for Caulfield Cup; Broken hand sidelines Gatu; Wanganui passes inspection; Vespa to miss Group One; Pasadena Girl back at the Valley; Jaggard to begin stud career; Further the better for Zacada.
An interesting programme with the opening race, a three-year-old maiden won by the lightly raced Snitzel colt Sooboog, bouncing back from defeat first up at Gosford.
Ben Fearnley reflects on a relatively low-key weekend of domestic action, but one which saw an almighty shock Stateside.
A Berlin hotel has extended 40 beds to 2.5 metres to accommodate giant basketballers playing in the 2015 European championships.
Melbourne have kept their top-four hopes alive with a 15-8 NRL win over Brisbane which also ends the Broncos' minor premiership chances.
The arrival of spring signals the start of harness racing’s breeding season and with the sport’s future looking bright and prosperous in this state.
All participants obtaining a trainers or drivers licence must complete a training course under the Rules of Harness Racing.