The Stradbroke Handicap will be run at Doomben in 2015 with Racing Queensland confirming a $10 million upgrade to Eagle Farm won't be completed in time for the state's most prestigious race.
A sibling to one of Australia’s most expensive yearlings has been nominated to make his debut at Moonee Valley on Saturday.
Patrick Bartley and Adam Pengilly TVN and Sky Channel shelve designs of new agreement for vision rights in NSW and Victoria until new year after resolving to prioritise end to blackout before Christmas.
Matt Jones Testashadow’s race manners almost cost him victory at Rosehill on Saturday, but trainer Gary Portelli declared him ready for the Magic Millions Guineas on the Gold Coast in January.
Adam Pengilly and Matt Jones The Mail: The first Saturday of TVN running wall-to-wall coverage of racing throughout NSW and Australia has already spiked concerns with country racing officials.
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john holloway 7:17 PM The sad passing of champion racehorse and hugely successful stallion High Chaparral in Ireland last weekend finished off a wretched year for several leading studs and breeders.
Patrick Bartley While the sheer mention of the Tabcorp-TVN dispute has the potential to glaze over the eyes of even the most interested of racegoers, the unrest caused by the breakdown of negotiations could have far wider ramifications than just having race meetings broadcast live or not.
Adam Pengilly and Patrick Bartley Racing NSW boss Peter V'landys has described as "complete rubbish" claims his organisation has still yet to foot the Werribee quarantine bill from Gordon Lord Byron's visit for The Championships this year.
Matt Jones James Innes jnr vindicated John O’Shea’s decision to bring him into his Godolphin stable by riding his first city winner at Rosehill on Saturday on Haussmann.
Jared Dorrington Nriangi has gone almost three years without a win, but trainer Paul Jones reckons the drought could end at Moruya on Sunday.
Adam Pengilly Tom Dabernig reckons he and training partner David Hayes were on the "lucky side". And that was with 300 acres burnt to a crisp.
Back in the Poitrel era, Thursday’s Summer Cup field at Royal Randwick would be pulling carts. Mind you, the fragile nature of the modern thoroughbred would demand that their load wouldn’t be too heavy.
The sad passing of champion racehorse and hugely successful stallion High Chaparral in Ireland last weekend finished off a wretched year for several leading studs and breeders.