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Group 1 Stars Return for the P.B. Lawrence Stakes

Eight Group 1 winners headline the nominations for Saturday’s Group 2 P.B. Lawrence Stakes (1400m) at Caulfield. Last year’s winner Mystic Journey tops the list, installed as a $4 favourite in early markets, ahead of...

Black Caviar’s Daughter Fails to Impress

Black Caviar was unbeaten in 25 starts, however her fourth foal Ready For Caviar only beat a few runners home in a disappointing performance in the Sportsbet Maiden Plate at Pakenham on Monday afternoon. The...

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Russian Camelot, Vow And Declare, cruise in Monday Flemington Jumpouts

Danny O’Brien’s star stayers have taken the first steps in their spring campaigns, completing jumpouts at Flemington on Monday morning. Russian Camelot has been unsighted since his last run, when he won the Group 1...

Octane Chasing Hattrick of Wins in Victorian Return

Octane returns to Victoria after chalking up five victories from six outings in South Australia, lining up in the 1000m Farewell To Rob Gaylard at Flemington on Saturday. It has been a long road for...

Racing Victoria introduces new penalty guidelines for whip rule

Racing Victoria has announced new penalty guidelines for breaches of the whip rule that will come into effect on August 1. The new guidelines outline what penalty each breach will garner. It is only for...

Two-year-old colt set to stay in Australia after stunning debut

Trainer John McArdle has stated that young gun Hydro Star will stay in Australia after a stunning debut at Sandown. The two-year-old colt blew the field apart in the last 200m, winning by two lengths...

Racing Victoria announces coronavirus-related handicap updates

Racing Victoria has updated its handicapping policy due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19. The news comes after the 2kg weight allowance for jockeys was extended past August 1. The updates mean that while the...

Flemington Carnival winner set to return

Exciting colt Hard Landing is set to return at Moonee Valley on Saturday after spending time away from the track due to a respiratory issue. The Hayes and Dabernig-trained galloper was a winner at the...

Pre-COVID prizemoney set to return

Prize money in Victoria is set to return to the levels it was at pre-COVID-19. In April, prize pools were reduced in a bid to protect Racing Victoria and the industry in the state from...

Alligator Blood a chance to run in the Cox Plate

Superstar Alligator Blood could very well miss the riches on offer during Sydney’s Spring Racing Carnival in a bid to win the prestigious Cox Plate. The gelding’s owner, Allan Endresz, discussed the possibility of targeting...

Freedmans look set for winning start

The new training partnership of Anthony Freedman and his son Sam looks destined for a winning start at Moonee Valley on Saturday. The two are combining forces for the new racing season, with Sam moving...

Stewards dismiss protest in dead-heat

A rare whip protest has been dismissed by Racing New South Wales stewards at Hawkesbury. On Thursday, Club Legend and Misty Brook ran a dead-heat in the Brad Widdup Racing Maiden Plate. However, Misty Brook’s...

Stars perform at Randwick trials

Some of the top gallopers in the country have taken to the Randwick trials as they look to push towards the Spring Racing Carnival. The track wasn’t doing anyone any favours, as it was graded...

Damien Oliver wins Roy Higgins Medal

The Victorian Racing Media Association has awarded Damien Oliver with the Roy Higgins Medal. The medal is decided by a voting system which sees two members of the media give 5-4-3-2-1 votes to top-performing jockeys...

Racing NSW set to review border restrictions

Racing NSW stewards are set to meet on Monday to discuss the applications of two trainers who are looking to bring some of their horses back across the border from Victoria to New South Wales....