Michael Lynch When a three-year-old takes on his elders first up in Group 1 company and runs a respectably close third, he might be expected to tighten up in the market for a classic race against his own age group...
Chris Roots Exciting was the word for Rubick's first race-day appearance, which shot him to favouritism for the Blue Diamond and Golden Slipper, at Randwick on Saturday.
Tony Wright Bookmaker refused big wager on his mother's horse
Kyle Mackey-Laws When it comes to the Melbourne Cup, as a collective group of gamblers, we suck. Big time.
James Pheby Six men have been arrested by police investigating alleged fixing in English football matches amid claims of attempts to defraud Asian betting websites.
Chloe Saltau and Chris Barrett Man investigated for illegal betting at BBL game in Melbourne reappeared at ODI in Sydney.
Nick McKenzie, Nino Bucci, Richard Baker The world's biggest match fixer is suspected of masterminding the rigging of Australian professional football matches while under police protection in Europe.
Max Presnell Budding champion Atlantic Jewel is easy to tip but hard to back in Saturday's Underwood Stakes at Caulfield, while Hawkspur, given an added boom by Jim Cassidy, is at more attractive odds for...
English football's governing body accused of inaction after failing to question three non-league clubs over a possible betting scam that could have links to a similar case in Australia.
Chris Roots With the footy finals behind us, the Spring Carnival starts in earnest and racing gets its annual moment in the sporting spotlight.
Delhi Court ruling causes further trouble for cricket head N. Srinivasan, reports say.
Rangers midfielder Ian Black has been accused of betting against his own team three times.
Michael Sharkie Despite John Singleton's concerns regarding the condition of More Joyous before last Saturday's All Aged Stakes, punters showed no hesitation in backing his mare to win her ninth group 1.
Kate McClymont, Nick Ralston Controversial racing identity Robbie Waterhouse is set to be drawn into the stewards' inquiry that has embroiled his wife, trainer Gai Waterhouse, his bookmaking son Tom and the family's former close...
Max Presnell Gai Waterhouse had an easy points win over John Singleton in the second of their title series on Monday but lost one round on a foul.
New Delhi Cricket officials on Monday suspended the co-owner of an Indian Premier League (IPL) team and announced plans for a major clean-up of the sport after an illegal betting and spot-fixing scandal.
Chris Roots Racing NSW stewards have charged two owners with laying their own horse to lose on Betfair and a jockey with not allowing it to run on its merits in a maiden at Goulburn on June 16.
Andrew Eddy Damien Oliver today issued a statement claiming he had been "hurt" by allegations in today’s Sunday Age that the jockey had bet $10,000 on a rival horse in a race in which he was riding.
Nick McKenzie and Richard Baker The Victorian opposition will ask the state's racing watchdog to launch an inquiry into the handling of the Damien Oliver betting scandal by Racing Victoria.
Nick McKenzie, Richard Baker AUSTRALIA'S top jockey Damien Oliver - who will ride equal favourite Americain in today's Melbourne Cup - has admitted to racing authorities that he bet on a rival horse in a 2010 race and expects to...