Champion driver Nathan Jack was arrested on Sunday.

Top harness racing driver allegedly involved in race fixing

A champion Australian harness racing driver is one of four industry insiders implicated in an alleged race fixing operation identified by Victoria's elite anti-sports corruption police taskforce.

More Than Ready for Guineas

Jockey Kerrin McEvoy rides Evacuation to win The St Mary's RSL Handicap at Rosehill Gardens racecourse.

Gai Waterhouse and Adrian Bott will follow the Pierro path to the Caulfield Guineas with unbeaten colt Evacuation after his return win at Rosehill on Saturday.

Racing Australia chief executive resigns

Leaving at the end of the year: Racing Australia chief executive Peter McGauran.

Racing Australia will look for a senior administrator with "significant racing knowledge and experience" to take over from departing chief executive Peter McGauran who will not renew his contract when it ends in December.

Frankel yearlings already making mark

Champion: Frankel winning his 14th and final race in 2012 in Berkshire.

Let's hope Bloodlines followers enjoy the feats of the world's highest-rated racehorse of all time, Frankel, with today's column following on from last week's exploits at the Arqana Yearling Sales in France where nine of his progeny sold for €3,800,000 ($5.6 million) at an average of €422,222.

Fitter Cannyescent ready to overcome wide draw

16072016. Sydney Races. Jockey Brenton Avdulla rides Morton's Fork to win race 1, The Hyland Race Colours Handicap, ...

Gabrielle Englebrecht will start Cannyescent at Rosehill on Saturday after scratching him a number of times because of wet tracks in the past month. Cannyescent worked home well first-up when second to Chetwood at Canterbury and the fitness edge from that run has the Warwick Farm trainer more comfortable about running the four-year-old on a soft track.

McEvoy hopes for Alpine Eagle to return to best

Damien Oliver takes Alpine Eagle to the front past Nicholas Hall on Firehouse Rock in the Caulfield Autumn Stakes on ...

While Darren Weir's vast resources of quality racehorses will be on display this Saturday in the $500,000 Memsie Stakes at Caulfield, another trainer from over the border will be hoping that his sole entrant can return to his best in the first group one for the season.