Tim Habel 10:01 PM Mornington trainer Jason Warren is facing two charges from Racing Victoria stewards relating to an investigation into betting irregularities concerning his runner Baron Archer at Echuca on March 8.
Tim Habel Eric Musgrove admits he once feared the worst for his beloved sport of jumps racing, but thanks to champion Sydney trainer Chris Waller now has a rising star in Tuesday's Brierly Steeplechase winner Thubiaan.
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Tim Habel 5:40 PM When it comes to Warrnambool in May you must expect the unexpected.
James Bourke Bob Baffert's star colt American Pharoah has turned in a powerful performance to claim the 2015 Kentucky Derby
Andrew Garvey Tom Hughes has watched Black Vanquish from the time he was a foal and at Caulfield on Saturday, the flashy colt took another step towards justifying the trainer’s opinion that he would be a good horse, in winning the listed Thoroughbred Club Cup (1200m).
Promising staying filly Anaphora has taken another step towards the Queensland Oaks with a last-to-first victory at Caulfield on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly Pint-sized mare Miracles Of Life crowned her Adelaide homecoming with a last-stride win in the William Hill Classic as father-and-son training team Peter and Paul Snowden put on an exclamation mark on their first full year in partnership.
Chris Roots The focus fell on racetrack maintenance after the Hawkesbury stand alone had to be called off after just one race on Saturday.
Adam Pengilly One of country racing's most popular trainers, Taree-based Bindi Cheers, is planning to hand her training licence back to Racing NSW stewards in protest after a spat with officials from the north coast club and stipes in the region.
Chris Roots Keinbah trainer Shane Tritton knows how lucky compared to a lot of other trainers in the Hunter region.
Adam Pengilly A teary Joe Cleary knelt and prayed at the feet of Landlocked when he returned to scale after the Wagga Gold Cup. It was momentarily unclear if his worship was meant for the horse Gerry Harvey asked him to pluck out of retirement or racing's ultimate showman Glen Boss.
James Bourke Star US three-year-old American Pharoah will start favourite in the 141st Kentucky Derby, run early Sunday morning.
Adam Pengilly There are few race tracks either side of the Tasman renowned mudlark Surpass hasn't been to, but Mike Moroney is keen to tick off a few more before the winter is out.
Chris Roots Peter and Paul Snowden's first year of training could not have gone much better but there is still some work to do for the training partnership.
Chris Roots Scone trainer Luke Griffith admitted he has a drug problem to Racing NSW stewards on Thursday and it may have cost him his career after they disqualified him for four years on charges relating to the party drug ice.
Adam Pengilly Brendan Ward finished what recently retired Kevin Sweeney started when driving Got The Goss to a narrow win the Wagga Town Plate. And it came with a little bit of helpful advice.
Chris Roots Scone trainer Luke Griffith has been disqualified from racing for four years after being found guilty of charges relating to three horses testing positive to ice.
Chris Roots On first appearances, Hurrura "wasn't a girl's horse", he probably wasn't a horse anyone would want anything to do with.
John Holloway Fastnet Rock once again heads the list as Australia's most expensive stallions with his 2015 fee advertised as "price on application" by the Coolmore Stud conglomerate.
With Hawkesbury and Toowoomba awash, Morphettville and Caulfield on Saturday are appealing.
Fastnet Rock again heads the list as Australia's most expensive stallions with his fee advertised as "price on application".
The generally flat feeling at Randwick on Saturday again gives rise to idea of promoting racing around the state.