Michelle Grace’s broodmare True Price, a winner at just one of 24 starts, produced two unsuccessful foals before throwing a rising star who has won her first two starts in brilliant style.
After 13 years at Racing and Wagering WA, Charlotte Mills will leave WA to start her new role as head of racing at the Moonee Valley Racing Club in August.
Lindsey Smith, who operates stables in WA and Warrnambool, is keen to bring In The Boat back to where his career started after he won a Bunbury maiden on debut in 2020.
Trainer Dan Morton is in no rush to race Elite Street interstate again as he focusses on a third tilt at the $1 million Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot later this year.
Leading owners Bob and Sandra Peters are eyeing at least two Belmont Park three-year-old features with Devoted after his dominant first-up win on Saturday.
In a carbon copy of his first-up Northam Stakes (1100m) win, the hot $2.25 favourite sprinted powerfully from seventh to charge past Red Can Man ($5.50) at the 100m.
Jockey Jordan Turner is confident Laverrod will figure prominently in the Roma Cup (1200m) at Belmont Park on Saturday with an ounce of luck from a wide draw. SEE JAY ROONEY’S BEST BETS
Verry Elleegant, the 2021 Melbourne Cup winner, will do her future racing in Europe out of the stable of leading French trainer Francis-Henri Graffard.
Trainer Steve Wolfe believes he has Red Can Man in the best form of his career and a soft Belmont Park track won’t worry the quality sprinter in the Roma Cup (1200m) on Saturday.
Racing NSW boss Peter V’landys was portrayed as “hopeless” by a bombshell ABC expose on the slaughter of retired racehorses, a court has been told.
Connections of the $1.4 million earner changed his racing colours to honour fellow part-owner Sayers after he died on Sunday after a short battle with illness.
In-form hoop Brad Parnham has decided on his ride for the Group 3 Roma Cup at Belmont Park on Saturday after having the choice of three quality mounts.
Outsider Rich Strike has stormed to victory in the Kentucky Derby in Louisville in one of the biggest upsets in the history of the race.
Emotions boiled over when Prince Turbo capped a miraculous comeback from another tendon injury to win the $100,000 Eurythmic Stakes (2200m) at Ascot on Saturday.
When promising stayer Prince Turbo suffered the second tendon injury of his career in 2020, Jason Miller was convinced his racing days were done.
Co-trainers Chris and Michael Gangemi will launch a three-pronged assault on the Roma Cup at Belmont Park next week with stable stars Massimo, Samizdat and Notorious One.
Michael Brennan-trained Nomorepintsforyou left punters feeling refreshed at Donaldson Park on Wednesday
Adelaide or Brisbane feature sprints could be on the cards for Showmanship if the WA sprinter makes a successful return from injury in the Wangoom Handicap at Warrnambool on Wednesday.
Two-year-old Revitup raced away from rivals in a Lark Hill barrier trial on Monday and looks set for more race wins.
Courageous apprentice jockey Hannah Fitzgerald is on her way to a miracle comeback after riding at her first barrier trials since being critically injured in a Kalgoorlie race fall last October.
Starting an easing $3.60 favourite, the Dan Morton-trained gelding sprinted powerfully from seventh on the turn to beat Red Can Man ($8) by a half-head.
Ian Shield, a hobby trainer for more than 25 years, is revelling in the success of his seven-year-old mare Jadavi who lines up in the Sheila Gwynne Classic at Ascot on Saturday.
A unique chance to win a share in a pup by champion WA greyhound Tommy Shelby will be up for grabs when the Chase The Dream competition kicks off next month.
Trainer Bernie Miller is thrilled with how Cup Night has recovered from a recent setback but fears the quality galloper will be slightly underdone for the Group 3 Northam Stakes (1100m) on Sunday.
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