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Tabcorp-Tatts merger gets new approval

3 days ago

The Australian Competition Tribunal has again approved the proposed $11 billion merger of Tabcorp and Tatts Group after reviewing its original decision.

Vic court upholds VCAT cobalt ruling

3 days ago

Victoria's highest court has cleared trainers Mark Kavanagh and Danny O'Brien of administering cobalt to racehorses.

Lipizzan returns despite schedule change

3 days ago

Gary Portelli will bring Lipizzan back from a spell at Rosehill for a preparation geared towards the rescheduled Inglis Sprint.

Big Duke on target for Zipping Classic

4 days ago

Last-start Melbourne Cup fourth placegetter Big Duke will be out to add the Zipping Classic to his list of staying race victories over the past 12 months.

Ryan attempts to calm Red Excitement

4 days ago

Gerald Ryan will continue to try to curb Red Excitement's Winx-induced enthusiasm and have him ridden conservatively when the gelding runs at Rosehill.

Snowdens with two Sandown Guineas chances

4 days ago

Co-trainer Peter Snowden expects both his stable's Sandown Guineas runners can make their presence felt in the Group Two race for three-year-olds.

Carzoff to build on first Australian win

4 days ago

French import Carzoff will attempt to capitalise on his first Australian win when he runs again at Rosehill for Sydney's premier trainer Chris Waller.

First stakes test for Dollar For Dollar

4 days ago

The Tony McEvoy-trained Dollar For Dollar is set to be tried at stakes level for the first time in the Sandown Stakes on the back of three-straight wins.

Galloway gets chance at city double

4 days ago

Jockey Scott Galloway gets a chance for a rare city double after trainer Michael Costa decided to split Manaya and Brooklyn Storm.

Well-bred Long Leaf to make stakes debut

4 days ago

After winning in his first start at Morphettville, well-bred colt Long Leaf will now chase a stakes win in the Listed Merson Cooper Stakes at Sandown.

Monsieur Gustave to keep improving

4 days ago

Caloundra gelding Monsieur Gustave can confirm his rating as the most improved horse in Queensland when he resumes at Doomben.

LNP makes widespread promise for racing

4 days ago

The LNP will make sweeping changes to the Racing Queensland structure and inject a large amount of money into the three codes if it wins the state election.

Jockey suspensions cause problems

4 days ago

Several jockeys suspensions have caused problems for top trainer Tony Gollan as he looked for riders for his 12 runners at Doomben.

Enable Europe's best of the year

4 days ago

Prix de l'Arc de Triomphe winner Enable has been named the European Horse of the Year.

Summer Passage to race in Hong Kong

4 days ago

Group One performer Summer Passage will be transferred to trainer Paul O'Sullivan to race in Hong Kong.

Man charged over assault on QRIC stewards

4 days ago

Police have charged a man, 73, with numerous offences following an alleged assault on two Queensland stewards at a Darling Downs property.

Bowman, Moore set for Hong Kong showdown

5 days ago

Hugh Bowman will return from suspension in time to defend his title in the International Jockeys' Championship in Hong Kong.

Almandin favourite to win Zipping Classic

5 days ago

The 2016 Melbourne Cup winner Almandin headlines a field of eight for the Group Two Zipping Classic and is the early favourite ahead of Big Duke.

Boom Time settles into Japan ahead of Cup

5 days ago

Australia's Boom Time is settling in well after travelling to Japan to contest the Japan Cup.

Aonair spoils Chris Munce's Sydney mission

5 days ago

The Chris Waller-trained stayer Aonair's second career win has consigned former jockey Chris Munce's first Sydney runner to second at Hawkesbury.

Fanatic on target for Listed Sandown Cup

5 days ago

The Listed Sandown Cup is the next target for former New Zealand mare Fanatic after her win over 2800m at Flemington during the Melbourne Cup carnival.

Dream I Can provides memorable moment

5 days ago

The patience shown by connections of Dream I Can has been rewarded with a Hawkesbury win.

Everest defence a 2018 priority for Redzel

5 days ago

Redzel is expected to stay in Australia in 2018 to ensure he is at his best for a defence of his Everest crown.

Downloading back up to speed for Heathcote

5 days ago

Champion Buffering's three-quarter brother Downloading has returned to form and upheld the family name with another win at Ipswich.

Simon Morrish to face RAD Board hearing

5 days ago

A date has been set for a hearing into three charges involving trainer Simon Morrish.


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