Chris Roots Premier jockey Nash Rawiller admitted to hitting ''a flat spot'' following the spring carnival as he earned his second careless-riding suspension in as many days at Rosehill on Saturday.
Patrick Bartley Nikita McLean appealing severity of sentence imposed by Racing Victoria stewards.
Chris Roots Chris Waller has $20 million colt Zoustar "ready to go" for Saturday's $500,000 Canterbury Stakes but he says race fitness is a concern heading to Randwick.
Chris Roots Nash Rawiller will miss Randwick Guineas day after he was suspended for five meetings for careless riding at Newcastle on Wednesday.
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David Polkinghorne Canberra gets its chance to host the Australian Racing Hall of Fame induction evening.
Chris Roots There will be no grand celebration for Damien Oliver's 100th group 1 victory, the moment has passed, but the pursuit of records will continue on Melbourne Cup winner Fiorente at Flemington on...
Chris Roots NSW Racing Minister George Souris is backing the Championships and the Sydney carnival to succeed this year, but says future funding will depend on the government seeing a return on its $10 million...
Chris Roots Queensland mare Fire Up Fifi went to another level in the spring and Robert Heathcote believes she will continue to climb the ladder in the autumn.
Chris Roots Glyn Schofield and Boban will reunite and put their perfect record together on the line in the Chipping Norton Stakes at Warwick Farm on Saturday.
Mathew Toogood Colt was considered unlucky not to win the Caulfield Guineas in the spring.
Patrick Bartley Much-heralded return of Fiorente turns out to everyone's satisfaction with a narrow, yet gritty win.
Tony White Racing NSW has temporarily lifted the suspension imposed on Bathurst Thoroughbred Racing to enable the club to stage the Bathurst Cup meeting on February 23.
Andrew Garvey Champion apprentice heads into the Melbourne Festival of Racing in good form.
Chris Roots Glyn Schofield celebrated his 47th birthday with a win on Divertire but it was what he did after he hopped off it that set tongues wagging.
Michael Sharkie Promise from stable of more talent to come over the next two months.
Jon Tuxworth It may have been an enforced holiday, but Blake Shinn's recent riding ban is proving a blessing in disguise.
Michael Sharkie Change of plea fails to coax leniency from VCAT member Judge John Nixon.
If one jockey's misfortune can create an opening for another, Adam Hyeronimus is well placed to make the most of his only chance at Rosehill.
David Polkinghorne Thirteen was an unlucky number for Kayla Nisbet, but the Canberra jockey says the past year has set her up to kick on this term.
Andrew Garvey Trust In A Gust had the right name to be successful at Caulfield on Saturday.