British-bred stayer Pilote D’Essai (GB) will be set for the G1 Australian Cup (2000m) in March after an exciting finale to his first proper preparation in Australia.
Former New Zealand gelding Count Da Vinci is on the cusp of a cups’ campaign in Tasmania.
Pluck filly Life On The Wire takes the next step towards stakes company in Launceston on Wednesday night.
First-crop foals by Swettenham Stud shuttler Toronado (Ire) are being targeted by pin-hookers at the Arqana December Sale.
Burnewang North blueblood Rose of Portland has signed off her stud career on a winning note with Vikings Reward at Morphettville.
Syndicator Wylie Dalziel unveiled his second smart All American 2yo colt this season when Phelps Glory won on debut at Morphettville on Saturday.
Champion jockey Hugh Bowman pushed out of a pocket to land Lusaha a most impressive winner of the Listed Sir Ernest Lee-Steere Classic (1400m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Quality galloper Stratum Star flew home to nail Scales of Justice right on the line in the G1 Kingston Town Classic (1800m) at Ascot on Saturday.
New Zealand couple Greg and Jo Griffin will relocate to Think Big Stud in NSW in the New Year.
Winning Rupert can emulate Capitalist as the catalyst towards another Victorian sires’ premiership for Written Tycoon.
Magnus continues to turn out winner after winner this season and he upped the ante on Friday with a winning treble at Mornington and Moonee Valley.
Hong Kong sprinter Yo-Yo Da kicked off a winning double for Euroa stud Rangal Park at Happy Valley on Wednesday evening.
Nick Olive has nothing to lose saddling up first-starter All Too Ready at Rosehill on Saturday.
The quest to find racing’s next multi-million dollar earner like Black Heart Bart starts today with the online release of the catalogue for the 2017 Magic Millions Perth Yearling Sale.
Group 1 NZ 2000 Guineas winner Atlante has died at Mapperley Stud in Matamata.
The 2017 Inglis Easter Yearling Sale shapes as another inspiring collection of the best of the best bred in Australia.
Myboycharlie’s Group 1 winning mare Euro Charline will be covered by Japan superstar Deep Impact in February.
All American mare Jill’s Charm finished November with a flourish for her sire at the Sunshine Coast on Wednesday.
Slik Sam kept his unbeaten first-up record intact with an on-speed victory in the Crown Towers Plate (1000m) at Ascot on Saturday.
Astute trainer Bernie Miller has never been known to rush his horses and the patient approach is paying off with Born Blue.
Former Perth stayer Boom Time can enhance his stud potential in the $1 million Magic Millions Trophy at the Gold Coast in January.
Experienced jockey Paul King was the most relieved man on the racecourse when he got Second Step home at Wyong on Thursday.