Artlee races into Country Championship
Artlee has made amends for his unplaced effort in the Tamworth Country Championship qualifier to earn a place in the $300,000 final via the Wild Card at Muswellbrook.
Weir aiming sprinters at interstate G1s
Having won the final Group One race of the season in Melbourne, trainer Darren Weir now has top level races in three other states in his sights.
Pride counting the days to the TJ Smith
Australia's sprinting heavyweights were upstaged by three-year-old Brazen Beau when they last met in the Newmarket Handicap.
Ray McCall eyeing Weetwood Handicap
Trainer Ray McCall has been established on the Sunshine Coast for 20 years but still harbours a desire to win the biggest race in his old home town.
One more chance for G1 winner Bel Sprinter
Group One winner Bel Sprinter will be given one more chance to postpone his retirement.
English to represent Gai in Sires' Produce
Gai Waterhouse will rely on Golden Slipper placegetter English in her bid to win the second leg of the two-year-old triple crown.
Sole Power wins at Meydan at 5th attempt
Irish horse Sole Power has won the Group One Al Quoz Sprint at his fifth attempt at Meydan on World Cup night.
Prince Bishop reigns at Dubai World Cup
Prince Bishop left racing fans scratching their heads when he cut down the rags-to-riches American horse California Chrome to win the $10 million Dubai World Cup on Saturday.
Hill remains in intensive care after fall
Jockey Jack Hill has movement in his limbs but remains heavily sedated following a race fall at Donald on Friday.
Banca Mo scores emotional win for Brunton
Tasmanian trainer Scott Brunton was brought to tears with the victory of Banca Mo in the Mornington Cup.
First Seal ordered back to barrier trials
First Seal will have to barrier trial ahead of her next Group One target after bleeding from one nostril in the Vinery Stud Stakes.
Pornichet stakes a Doncaster Mile claim
While Gai Waterhouse is non-committal about a Doncaster Mile start for Excess Knowledge, she is adamant Pornichet will run - and win.
Under The Louvre wins Hareeba Stakes
Oakleigh Plate runner-up Under The Louvre stamped his authority over his Hareeba Stakes rivals, winning the Listed race at Mornington with a fast finish.
Hauraki continues Godolphin's dominance
Hauraki capped a memorable day for James McDonald and Godolphin when he confirmed his spot in next week's ATC Australian Derby with an explosive run in the Tulloch Stakes at Rosehill.
Craftiness impresses despite close call
Jockey Tim Bell was full of praise for Sydney sprinter Craftiness despite the gelding's narrow winning margin at Doomben on Saturday.
Guineas goes to Jurasound at Mornington
David Hayes was the beneficiary of an extra payout when Jurasound won the Mornington Guineas.
Dumped Shinn returns to haunt First Seal
Dumped as the rider of First Seal, Blake Shinn exacted revenge when he relegated the odds-on favourite to second with an upset Vinery Stud Stakes victory aboard Fenway.
Hartnell wins Group One BMW for Godolphin
Godolphin star Hartnell has outstayed Japanese ace To The World to win the $1.5 million BMW at Rosehill.
Fenway wins the Gr 1 Vinery Stud Stakes
Victorian filly Fenway has upstaged odds-on favourite First Seal to win the $400,000 Vinery Stud Stakes at Rosehill.
Generalife bound for Brisbane after G3 win
Consistent sprinter Generalife has earned his chance to step up to Group One company with a hard-fought win in the Star Kingdom Stakes.
Catkins shines bright for emotional Waller
The affection Chris Waller has for his horses was evident on two fronts after Catkins cruised to her 15th career win in the Group Two Emancipation Stakes.
The Barrister holds on for Mornington win
Jason Warren was confident the fitness of The Barrister would be a telling factor at Mornington on Saturday.
Doncaster unlikely for Excess Knowledge
The compressed weight scale of the Doncaster Mile is likely to sway Gai Waterhouse against running Excess Knowledge despite his win in the Prelude at Rosehill.
Weight turnaround can't stop Jileks Spur
A weight turnaround wasn't enough for Duplicity Jones to turn the tables on Jileks Spur in the second heat of the Macktow Marathon Series at Mornington.
Two from two for Redsson as a gelding
The decision to geld Gold Coast two-year-old Redsson again proved a winning one at Doomben on Saturday.
Dunn initiative a difference on Shacarde
A positive ride from Dwayne Dunn has helped Shacarde claim her first metropolitan-class win at Mornington.
Takedown scores breakthrough win for Moore
Eight months after opening stables at Rosehill, Gary Moore has landed his first city win with two-year-old Takedown.
Jack Hill undergoing CT scans in hospital
Jockey Jack Hill will undergo further head scans after a race fall at Donald.
Joseph O'Brien battling increasing weight
Cox Plate winning jockey Ryan Moore will take the main rides for Coolmore on the opening day of the Irish Flat season with Joseph O'Brien battling his weight.
Lucky Hussler wins G1 William Reid Stakes
Glen Boss had to convince the owners of Lucky Hussler to run the sprinter in the William Reid Stakes and it paid off as the gelding stormed to his first Group One win.
Jack Hill in critical but stable condition
Jockey Jack Hill is in a critical but stable condition in the Alfred Hospital in Melbourne after a race fall at Donald on Friday.
Noble Protector wins G2 Sunline Stakes
Imported mare Noble Protector has added a second Group victory in Australia to her resume in the Sunline Stakes and will now chase a Group One win in Sydney.
Fontein Ruby on Australasian Oaks path
Robert Smerdon is aiming Fontein Ruby at the Group One Australasian Oaks after the tough filly bounced back to winning form in the Listed Alexandra Stakes at Moonee Valley.
Sandown Hillside moved to Geelong
The meeting scheduled for the Sandown Hillside course on April 29 has been transferred to Geelong.
Banca Mo back to best for Cup bid: Brunton
Tasmanian trainer Scott Brunton fears he has missed his chance at winning a Caulfield Cup with Banca Mo.
No more barrier problems for Mirage
A history of barrier problems has resulted in Mirage making just one racetrack appearance in the past two years.
Slightly Sweet out to cause Vinery upset
A fortnight after Plucky Belle carried the Esplin family colours to an upset Group One win over First Seal, her owners are hoping Slightly Sweet can do the same.
Japanese star in a World of his own in BMW
James McDonald concedes he will be doing well to continue a winning streak in Sydney's Group One weight-for-age races despite riding one of the favourites in the $1.5 million BMW.
Bayliss and Egan have suspensions reduced
Victoria's leading apprentice Regan Bayliss will be back riding on Monday after a successful appeal against the severity of a careless riding suspension.
Secret Saga on trial for The Championships
A brilliant jump-out and some excellent trackwork has trainer Tony Gollan convinced Secret Saga is ready to tackle The Championships in Sydney.