Tony White ''He flew. Showed a remarkable turn of foot,'' winning jockey Kerrin McEvoy said after riding Epaulette to victory in the group 1 Doomben 10,000 on Saturday.
Tony White The genius of Jim Cassidy made all the difference as Zoustar won the $250,000 BRC Sires' Produce Stakes, 1350m, at Doomben on Saturday.
Tony White The Jim Cassidy-Chris Waller bandwagon rolled on at Doomben on Saturday, the pair combining to win the $150,000 Grand Prix Stakes, 2200 metres, with vastly improved three-year-old Hawkspur.
Tony White Trainer Bede Murray will chase his third Nowra Cup with mudlark World Wide on Sunday. Murray previously won with Crows Before Dawn in 1995 and Kalahari Sands in 1997.
Chris Roots New Zealand apprentice Courtney Van Der Werf came to Australia chasing a dream and Dowdstown Charlie helped her take a big step towards that dream.
Tony White Glenlogan Park Stakes winner Sookie will go under the hammer at a brood mare dispersal sale of Patinack Farm stock on Wednesday.
Chris Roots Amanda Turnbull comes from good harness racing stock but she is heading for her own piece of history this season.
David Sygall Cricket Australia's decision to raise the wages of top women players won't have NSW Breaker Angela Reakes rolling in cash. But it will make her demanding life a little more manageable.
Stephen Rodgers A stint in boot camp proves the catalyst for Epaulette's win in Doomben 10,000.
Chris Barrett Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland says national team management, including Mickey Arthur, John Inverarity and Pat Howard, retain the board's full support but agrees the 4-0 loss in India was...
Chris Barrett Australia head coach Mickey Arthur has defended the controversial axing of Nathan Lyon for the second Test, saying the sidelined off-spinner has "technical issues" to work on.
Chloe Saltau Player representatives say team management to blame for issues reaching crisis point.
Lee Gaskin Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland says Canberrans should treat the inaugural visit of the Australian team like it's the last, to prove the demand for elite cricket is genuine.
Chris Dutton CHRIS GAYLE is poised to recapture his big-hitting best and spoil Ricky Ponting's farewell party at Manuka Oval on Tuesday, West Indies skipper Darren Sammy says.
Mathew Toogood Canberra galloper Lebrechaun has been given two races to save his reputation as a stakes-class racehorse, starting with the Winter Stakes at Warwick Farm.
Ian McCullough Newcastle assistant coach Mark Jones has challenged the Jets players to show they are good enough to play in the upcoming Asian Champions League campaign.
Kyle Mackey-Laws We stay north for the Brisbane winter carnival this Saturday, headlined by the group 1 Doomben 10,000.
Chloe Saltau One global betting exchange turns over a billion dollars a year on Australian cricket.
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Rupert Guinness IT IS mid March. Cadel Evans has just returned to his home in Stabio, Switzerland from the Tirreno-Adriatico stage race in Italy, where he was clearly off the pace.