Beth Newman 12:40 PM The move from comes off the back of Queensland Racing Minister Bill Byrne's announcement of an independent review into greyhound racing.
Rob Waterhouse Warwick Farm had had a great card on Saturday. Yet the track was like quicksand.
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Jon Tuxworth 6:35 PM Star jockey Kathy O'Hara will ride Canberra's best hope Single Gaze in Sunday's Black Opal Stakes.
David Polkinghorne 9:37 PM Voilier has gone from being the horse no one wants to a highly sought after one and the two-year-old looks set for Canberra's Black Opal Stakes at Thoroughbred Park on Sunday.
David Polkinghorne 9:34 PM Canberra trainer Matthew Dale thinks the listed Canberra Guineas has become strong enough to follow the $275,000 Black Opal Stakes to group status.
Christophe Lemaire's debut as a fully licensed jockey in Japan is on hold for 30 days.
An encouraging introduction to Melbourne racing from Disposition has trainer Wez Hunter excited about his prospects in the Group One Australian Guineas.
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.
Patrick Bartley Popular English stayer Red Cadeaux appeared to defy the fact he was a rising 10-year-old after he turned in a sterling gallop at Werribee on Monday that will see him become a major drawcard in Saturday week's $1 million Australian Cup at Flemington.
Chris Roots Beautide's second commanding Inter Dominion Grand Final victory was overshadowed on Sunday by Adore Me smashing the Menangle mile and going within a tick being the fastest mare in the world.
Jon Tuxworth Nick Olive says Racing NSW's backflip on banning ACT horses from the Country Championships is common sense.
Chris Roots, Adam Pengilly Melbourne Cup winner Protectionist had his colours lowered in Saturday’s Peter Young Stakes at Caulfield but connections were far from disappointed.
Michael Lynch Mares dominated the Group One contests for the older horses at Caulfield when Robert Smerdon's Shamal Wind produced a whirlwind finish to lead home a stable quinella in the $400,000 Oakleigh Plate and Nigel Blackiston's Suavito upset the applecart to see off odds on favourite Dissident in the $400,000 Futurity Stakes.
Adam Pengilly Try as he might to keep it bottled up, John O'Shea was always bound to show some emotion. The sight of James McDonald returning to scale with Contributer, Godolphin's first group 1 winner worldwide in 2015, was the clincher.
Michael Lynch Flemington trainer Nigel Blackiston sprang a group one surprise at Caulfield when his mare Suavito upset the odds laid on hot favourite Dissident when she came home fast and late under Damien Oliver to take out the Futurity Stakes.
Chris Roots James McDonald warns It's Somewhat is a stayer despite his dynamic Australian debut in the Liverpool City Cup at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
Sabatini wins at group level for the second time in a fortnight when she scores in the Angus Armanasco Stakes
Michael Lynch Gabriela Sabatini was one of the top tennis players of her era _ a US Open winner, with a best world ranking of number three and a silver medal winner at the Seoul Olympics in 1988.
Adam Pengilly First Seal soared to the top of betting markets for the Doncaster Mile, but John Thompson is adamant nothing is confirmed beyond the Coolmore Classic as the country's best filly decimated her Surround Stakes rivals at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
Chris Roots Godolphin colt Exosphere exploded to the top of Golden Slipper betting with another demolition performance in the Skyline Stakes at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
Back in 2006 the Darley team were in the process of building a breeding empire in Australia.
Peter Snowden come away with a Blue Diamond and a pair of Golden Slipper contenders from Saturday.
The Mail: Gai Waterhouse believes Greatwood's fighting win in Saturday's Parramatta Cup was a sign of things to come.