One of the world's finest jockeys, Douglas Whyte, was on Friday suspended for a month following a charge of not riding his mount, Scales Of Justice, to the line in last Saturday's $1 million Kingston Town Classic at Ascot in Perth.
Sometimes things just work out right in life and for the combination of Ben Melham, Rebel Dane and the Hong Kong International Sprint it is exactly what happen in past couple of months.
Australia's leading trainer Chris Waller copped a hefty penalty after stewards finalised an inquiry into one of his horses returning traces of the party drug ice in its system.
Leading trainer Tony McEvoy returns to Flemington on Saturday with his promising middle distance performer Brown Ben a winner of his last three starts in South Australia.and will compete in the final race of the day the Western Health Foundation Stakes.
As expected, former AFL executive and Racing Victoria strategy officer, Andrew Catterall, has formally been announced as the new racing.com chief executive.
Jockey Bobby El-Issa is matter-of-fact about having a bone marrow infusion a couple of weeks.
Gary Moore knew he had to change something at the beginning of the spring to get his stable to the next level.
David Hayes admits that he has left no stone unturned in his bid to win his first Magic Millions Classic early next year, with the rich juvenile event being one of the very few major races on the Australian calendar that has eluded the three-generation Hayes dynasty of horse trainers.
With the yearling sales to kick off in the new year, which stallions have the most offspring headed to the major outlets in Australia and New Zealand?
Barry O'Farrell's appointment as Racing Australia's chief executive officer has surprised many in the industry.
Champion Hong Kong jockey Douglas Whyte wants to fly to Western Australia late on Thursday night to defend in person the serious charge of not riding the Perth-trained Scales Of Justice out to the finish in last Saturday's group 1 Kingston Town Classic.
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.'
A decade ago Australian racehorse trainers were complaining about the influx of foreign raiders cashing in on Melbourne's big spring carnival races, with even a legend like the late Bart Cummings floating the idea of a cap on international runners in the Melbourne Cup.
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.
Champion Victorian trainer Darren Weir on Saturday reached another milestone in his amazing career when he won the group 1 Kingston Town Classic with his honest stallion Stratum Star.
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.
There was a bit of irony as English jockey James Doyle booted Trekking home for his first Australian winner 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.
When James Gibbs woke up in an ambulance on the way to hospital, he was numb from the neck down.
The confidence of winning form has jockeys Christian Reith and Josh Parr keen on the chances of Mr Manhattan and Nieta in the Starlight Stakes at Rosehill on Saturday.
More Clancy Of The Overflow than Lester Piggott, John Lundholm is in my column today with some of the best in the world, a subject arising from James Doyle getting a guest stint with Godolphin as James McDonald is cooling heels in New Zealand over allegations he backed a winner.
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