Racing

Front Page has made the transition from country performer to stakes winner with an explosive metropolitan debut at Flemington. After five starts around the border region of NSW and Victoria …

Trainer Desleigh Forster was disappointed when See Marie missed a start in the Group One JJ Atkins two weeks ago, but it could boost the filly’s chances at Doomben. See …

Battaash has underlined his status as one of the world’s best sprinters after sealing a first ever Royal Ascot success with a superb victory in the Group One King’s Stand …

A rare eye condition that needs surgery will delay the return to training of two-time Group One winner Te Akau Shark. Trained in New Zealand, Te Akau Shark has been …

Multiple Group One winner Gailo Chop will be racing for his career when he returns to the track as a 10 year-old in the spring. The $4.4 million prize money …

Harbour Views has passed two crucial tests ahead of a spring campaign with a dominant victory at The Valley. The win in the Inglis July Sales Series Handicap on Saturday …

Jockey Brad Stewart put the icing on a wonderful winter with an outstanding ride to win The Group Two The Roses at Eagle Farm. It also completed a great carnival …

A decision to send In Good Time to Brisbane in search of firmer ground has paid off for Wyong trainer Tracey Bartley, with the mare racing to an upset victory …

A decision to abandon autumn carnival plans and focus on a winter Cups campaign looks set to pay dividends for connections of imported mare Attention Run. The Kris Lees-trained, Australian …

Chris Waller continues to dominate Sydney’s off-season staying races with the premier trainer again providing the trifecta in a local feature at Rosehill. Two weeks after producing the first three …