Two Guineas to choose from for some
Guineas options have been left open for three major contenders entered in both Sydney and Melbourne.
Wez Hunter is feeling bullish about Disposition heading towards the Aus Guineas
Hunter eyes Guineas with Disposition
An encouraging introduction to Melbourne racing from Disposition has trainer Wez Hunter excited about his prospects in the Group One Australian Guineas.
Fireworks taking out the Widden Stakes
Ryan looking to Slipper fillies to step up
The Godolphin pecking order for the Golden Slipper should be sorted out at Randwick while Gerald Ryan will get a clear idea if he has a genuine chance in the two-year-old showpiece.
A Group One start hinges upon Manawanui's trial performance
Manawanui on target for Group One return
Manawanui's performance in a barrier trial will determine whether he lines up in a Group One race four days later.
Fontiton could only manage fifth in the Blue Diamond
Fontiton to have surgery for bone chips
Beaten Blue Diamond Stakes favourite Fontiton has emerged from the Group One race with an injury which will require surgery.
BRC to lure kiwis to winter carnival
Brisbane Race Club officials will step up their bid to lure the New Zealand Derby quinella of Mongolian Khan and Volkstok'n'barrel to the winter carnival.
Red Cadeaux enjoying his work this morning
Red Cadeaux relishing Melbourne
The grand old gentleman of world racing, Red Cadeaux, is relishing life back in Melbourne as he prepares for the Australian Cup at Flemington.
Damien Oliver is still not assured of the Wandjina ride
Oliver has win at Racing Appeals Board
Damien Oliver has won an appeal against a suspension but still needs to win another if he is to ride Wandjina in the Australian Guineas.
Christophe Lemaire after winning the 2009 Japan Cup
Lemaire suspended for month
Christophe Lemaire's debut as a fully licensed jockey in Japan is on hold for 30 days with the rider banned for using Twitter at Hanshin racecourse.
Cavalryman at Werribee trackwork last year
Veteran stayer Cavalryman put down
Veteran stayer Cavalryman has been euthanised after suffering a serious leg injury during a race in Dubai.
Beautide wins second Interdominion
Beautide has shown why he is Australia's best pacer with a dominant win at Menangle on Sunday to claim his second Interdominion title.
Binalong Road heading to Championships
There has been a dramatic start to the Country Championship series at Bathurst with heartbreak for trainer Peter Stanley and jubilation for Mack Griffith.
Godolphin's impressive two-year-old Exosphere
Godolphin attention turns to youngsters
Godolphin has introduced some new stars to Australian racing with imported winners Contributer and It's Somewhat and the attention now turns to home grown youngsters.
Michelle Payne winning on Lucky Liberty at Flemington
Guineas question for Lucky Liberty
Michelle Payne is convinced Lucky Liberty has the X-factor to make his presence felt in the Australian Guineas - but he still has to get into the field.
Rubick hunting for another first-up win
Rubick is up for the challenge at Randwick
Valuable colt Rubick will try to begin his campaign in the same fashion as he did his last, with a Group Two weight-for-age win.
Catkins hitting the line at Rosehill
Fitness key to Catkins's Group One chance
Catkins' main opposition in her bid for a first Group One success could come from a source close to home.
Code Noir could be Sydney bound
Impressive Doomben winner Code Noir could be a late addition to the Sydney autumn carnival if he can pass his next major test.
Sprinter Sacre getting back to best
Jockey Barry Geraghty is bullish about Sprinter Sacre who he says will strip a good deal fitter at Cheltenham than he was for his comeback second at Ascot.
Another suspension for Oliver
Oliver charged with careless riding again
Damien Oliver has been hit with an eight-meeting suspension at Caulfield on Saturday.
Tactics switch works wonders for Black Jet
A change of race tactics has helped promising galloper Black Jet regain his best form and score his first Listed company win at Doomben on Saturday.
John Thompson wins race named for mentor
After waxing lyrical about the quality of First Seal's Surround Stakes win at Warwick Farm, trainer John Thompson was almost lost for words when Danesiri won the Guy Walter Stakes.
Pride of Dubai taking out the 2014 Blue Diamond
Pride Of Dubai wins Blue Diamond Stakes
Trainer Peter Snowden and jockey Damian Browne have teamed up for successive Blue Diamond Stakes wins as Pride Of Dubai scored a thrilling victory in the $1 million race.
Mourinho holds off challengers despite drifting wide late
Mourinho wins Group 2 Peter Young Stakes
Mourinho's racing career has gone from strength to strength as a seven-year-old with the gelding notching the second weight-for-age win of his campaign at Caulfield.
James McDonald three wins for Godolphin
Red-letter day for O'Shea, Godolphin blue
John O'Shea has trained his first Group One winner for Godolphin with the Australian arm of Sheikh Mohammed's operation stepping up a gear at Warwick Farm.
Shamal Wind coming from the clouds to win the Oakleigh Plate
Oakleigh Plate triumph for Smerdon stable
Robert Smerdon has trained the quinella in the Oakleigh Plate with Shamal Wind coming from last to beat Under The Louvre in the famous sprint.
Alpine Eagle doing his best work very, very late
Alpine Eagle impresses in Caulfield G2 win
Tony McEvoy hasn't shut the door on the Australian Guineas for Alpine Eagle after the colt powered home late to win the Autumn Classic at Caulfield.
Contributer beating stable mate Hartnell to the line
Godolphin goes one-two in Chipping Norton
Godolphin import Contributer has added a Group One win to a blossoming Australian record after beating stablemate Hartnell in the $500,000 Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm.
Suavito caused an upset in the Futurity Stakes
Suavito too strong in Group One Futurity
The Nigel Blackiston-trained Suavito has made a Group One-winning return to racing, beating Smokin' Joey and Dissident in the $400,000 Futurity Stakes at Caulfield.
It's Somewhat made a winning start in Australia
It's Somewhat scores in Liverpool City Cup
A Group Three win in the Liverpool City Cup at Warwick Farm has set the tone for It's Somewhat's autumn campaign.
First Seal ridden hands and heals to the line by Blake Shinn
First Seal in one-act affair in Surround
A filly her trainer describes as the best horse he has ever had has stamped her authority over her generation at Warwick Farm.
Sabatini runs down the race favourite Fontein Ruby late
Sabatini dominates Angus Armanasco Stakes
Lee and Shannon Hope have options for Sabatini after her win in the Angus Armanasco Stakes at Caulfield on Saturday.
Always Allison running down Speak Fondly and Tibrogargan Miss
Always Allison wins Sweet Embrace Stakes
A Golden Slipper qualifying win for Always Allison may not be enough to tempt the filly's connections to pay a late-entry fee for the $3.5 million race.
Tycoon Tara kicking clear to grab the win
Coolmore Classic option for Tycoon Tara
Tycoon Tara has put herself in contention for a trip to Sydney for a Group One race with her win in the Mannerism Stakes at Caulfield.
Exosphere stamped his class at Warwick Farm
Exosphere wins Gr 2 Skyline for Godolphin
In the same week Holler's Golden Slipper campaign ended, Exosphere has stepped up for Godolphin to stake his claim with victory in the Skyline Stakes.
The WA pairing of Rommel and Chris Parnham win at Caulfield
Rommel races into Aust Guineas contention
Perth galloper Rommel strengthened his claims for the Australian Guineas with a last-stride win in the Zeditave Stakes at Caulfield.
2015 Cox Plate winner Adelaide gallops with Royal Descent
Adelaide takes next step towards return
Cox Plate winner Adelaide has pleased his trainer with a raceday gallop but is still a few weeks away from competing in the real thing.
Danny Cook has been suspended from riding
British jockey banned for cocaine offence
A British jockey has been suspended from riding after testing positive for cocaine.
Portelli talks up Oakleigh Plate chances
On the same day I'm All The Talk tries to win his first race since the 2013 Skyline Stakes, his stablemate Sebring Sun will be out to cement a Golden Slipper berth in the two-year-old race at Warwick Farm.
James Doyle will be riding in Australia
Beadman to act as Doyle's raceday mentor
An insight from a Hall of Fame jockey will accompany Godolphin rider James Doyle during his first foray into Sydney racing.
Robert Smerdon has the favourite for the Blue Diamond
Smerdon to wind back clock in G1 Diamond
Robert Smerdon is trying to win his second Blue Diamond Stakes - 30 years after his first.