Spring Racing Carnival 2012
Punters were left gobsmacked when the Aaron Purcell trained O’Ceirins Secret – at odds of $26 – won a benchmark 58 race at Terang.
An inquiry into a horse under the care of Australia's leading group 1 trainer Chris Waller which tested positive to the drug ice has been scheduled for Friday after confirmation its second sample was also positive.
After a controversial last-strides loss by Scales of Justice in Perth, trainer Lindsey Smith defends champion Hong Kong jockey against accusations he 'stopped.'
Godolphin trainer John O'Shea has set his sights on the Villiers Stakes with ATC Cup winner Malice after his impressive win at Rosehill on Saturday.
Chris Waller has been the Broadway act, starring Winx, in 2016, but just off-Broadway has been Darren Weir continues his remarkable career.
The work is done with Rebel Dane for next Sunday's Hong Kong International Sprint, because trainer Gary Portelli wants him fresh for Sha Tin.
The chances of champion Hong Kong jockey Douglas Whyte competing in next weekend's rich international series could hinge on evidence from Perth trainer Lindsay Smith and the owners of high-class galloper Scales Of Justice.
Tim Clark has a long memory when it comes to Dee Nine Elle and was quickly to point out it cost him a 100 winners for last season after it chalked up another winning treble for him at Rosehill on Saturday.
The wedding plans of Sweet Redemption's part owner Ashley Hill won't be changing because of a clash with the Villiers Stakes, even after her win in the Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.
Godolphin is set to launch a French foreign legion on The Championships after eight imports arrived in Australia on Friday to strengthen the staying ranks of the Australian team.
Most on the east coast expected that the vast resources of the Bob Peters operation would make a clean sweep of the three majors in Western Australia this year.
Randwick trainer Peter Robl will once again try to outwit Ninth Legion into bringing his best to the track in the Festival Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.
Festival Stakes Day preview
A trainer who allegedly used a cattle pod capable of emitting a 6000-volt shock on a greyhound in order to make it run faster is unlikely to face criminal charges after being disqualified from the industry.