Bjorn Baker says promising filly Champagne Cuddles is ready to return to racing in a Queensland campaign that opens with the Gold Coast Guineas.
Spending To Win can join the procession of Sydney horses to the Queensland winter carnival with an impressive effort in the Hawkesbury Gold Rush.
Jockey Tye Angland has welcomed the decision to continue racing three-time Group One-winning colt Trapeze Artist rather than retire him to stud.
Respected horseman Graham Salisbury, is well known for his community work with Melbourne Cup winner Subzero, is ill in a Victorian country hospital.
Cradle Mountain will attempt to continue his impressive form for trainer Clare Cunningham when he has his first metropolitan start at Randwick.
Trainer Tony McEvoy is banking on schooling sessions proving beneficial for Antipas in the lead-up to the VRC St Leger at Flemington.
The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board has heard submissions over its jurisdiction to hear charges laid against Robert Smerdon in the Aquanita case.
The Racing Appeals and Disciplinary Board says it has the jurisdiction to hear the charges against Robert Smerdon in the Aquanita case.
Angelic Spirit and Snogging are set to line up against each other at Caulfield as they attempt to get their campaigns back on track.
Shadwell Stud has won a number of Australia's biggest races with its European imports and the latest two are set to run at Caulfield.
Trainer Aidan O'Brien expects Ryan Moore to partner Mendelssohn in the Kentucky Derby rather than ride at the 2000 Guineas meeting.
Amanaat will miss the early Brisbane carnival races with a jaw injury but trainer Ben Currie is clinging to hope he might be back later in the winter.