Chris Waller, Hugh Bowman and Winx have topped the group 1 tables for season 2015-16 and are set to continue their dominates in next season.
Kelly Schweida has missed one of the biggest days of his training career as Miss Cover Girl scored an upset win in the group 1 Tattersall's Club Tiara.
With the full effects of the Brexit result still being felt across England, the country's falling pound, which hit a 30-year low, may have opened the way for potential Australian horse owners to exploit the widening gap in currencies.
The winning group 1 rides which landed Hugh Bowman and Tommy Berry in hot water during the autumn carnival will form the basis for changes to the controversial whips rules.
It's the final week of the election campaign and racing, one of the biggest industries in the country, has hardly got a mention
Winona Costin admits her goal of out-riding her claim might be out of reach despite coming back and winning on Rock On Zariz in the Highway Handicap at Randwick on Saturday.
Peter Snowden already has the Golden Slipper winner Capitalist back in work for the Golden Rose but the support team keeps getting bigger as Russian Revolution maintain his unbeaten at Randwick on Saturday.
A hat-trick of winners on Friday has all but assured Matt Dale his first Canberra Trainer's Premiership title.
Champion jockey Robert Thompson believes the renovation at Port Macquarie has made the biggest change to a racing surface he has seen in his career.
Todd Smart chases "bigger and better things" with Attainment, while Matthew Dale continues to dominate.
Track bias, the blight of the turf, is a contentious issue with Azkadellia in the Tatts Tiara, the final group one of the season, at Eagle Farm today.
When Kelly Schweida walked up to pick the barrier for Miss Cover Girl in the Tatts Tiara, only gates three and nine remained, he choose the bigger number and his immediate thought "I'd like the other one".
John Sargent sent Elusive Runner to Hong Kong a couple of years ago a baby and he has returned a teenager, still with plenty of untapped potential.
The Australian Turf Club plans to return Randwick back to its position as the best racecourse in Australia with a two-year construction plan starting with a complete rebuild of the Kensington track.
Canberra trainer's three-year-old filly is looking to repeat her dominant five-length victory last start.
Randwick Saturday racing preview
Horses to look out for on Tattersall's Tiara day.
The Melbourne Great Southern Sale, highlighted by the platinum weanling sessions on Sunday and Monday, was a huge success thanks to an influx of New Zealand buyers on a pin-hooking spree and the response to the four young colts offered by Golden Slipper hero Pierro with three of the quartet knocked down to buyers from across the Tasman.
Newcastle trainer Paul Perry might be on holiday but he will be keeping a close eye on two-year-old filly Conchita as she tries to remain unbeaten in races she has actually finished at Randwick on Saturday.
Jason Collett admits winning the first race at Randwick on Saturday would be special given the trainer of Untamed Diamond is his father Richard, but there is even more pressure than meets the eye that when it comes this ride.
Jason Coyle is looking to finish a fair season in strong fashion with the likes of Berry Delicious, Skripchenko and Office Bearer at Randwick on Saturday.
It is the tale of two mares for James Cummings as he heads to Eagle Farm on Saturday. One, Sultry Feeling, will run her final race in the Tatts Tiara, while another, Shamalia, will continue her career via the Healy Stakes.
Japan, one of the world's most powerful racing countries, has declared that it will gladly embrace the radical change of having the former Mackinnon Stakes moved to the final day of the VRC spring carnival.
Matthew Smith says Gerry Harvey is the sort of owner that gives a trainer confidence to take on challenges like starting Palazzo Pubblico in the Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
Senior Victoria racing officials will closely monitor the $80,000 in fines handed out to North Melbourne coach Brad Scott and his football club after the coach questioned the integrity of AFL umpires.
Mick Price is hopeful star sprinter Lankan Rupee will be back racing in time for the Group One Darley Classic this spring.
The time has come for someone to take responsibility and make a decision about the new surface for the Kensington track at Randwick. In fact there should be an overall plan as to how headquarters will be restored to its past glories.
It was one dream down, another one to come after Royal Ascot for a group of Sydney owners known as the Ashes syndicate.
Newcastle trainer Kris Lees is enjoying the journey with Danish Twist which arrives at an unexpected destination when she steps up to the group 1 challenge in Saturday's Tatts Tiara at Eagle Farm.
Sydney galloper Holler raced prominently for a long way in the Diamond Jubilee Stakes at Royal Ascot before fading to finish out of the placings behind the Ryan Moore-ridden Twilight Son in the 1200 metre group one test.