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Multiple Group-winning sprinter Faatinah gets his latest chance to snare a first Group One win when he runs in the Manikato Stakes at The Valley.
Leading trainers have expressed their confidence in safety measures at Santa Anita where the Breeders' Cup meeting will be held.
English stayer Prince Of Arran has moved to 23rd in the Melbourne Cup ballot after being given a 1kg penalty for his win in the Geelong Cup.
The addition of blinkers and pre-race ear muffs has helped Long Jack win the Geelong Classic en route to a start in the Victoria Derby.
Prince Of Arran has continued a trend of international winners in the Geelong Cup with his victory in the Melbourne Cup lead-up race.
Harbour Views has stretched his winning sequence to five at Geelong while booking a place in a rich country final at Flemington.
Fresh racehorse welfare scrutiny hasn't stopped top political brass from rubbing shoulders with industry figures at an annual Canberra event.
Neville Bell has been re-elected unopposed as Brisbane Racing Club chairman and predicted a bright future for Queensland's top club.
Five years after riding Adelaide to success in the Cox Plate, Ryan Moore gets another chance when he partners the Aidan O'Brien-trained Magic Wand.
After erring on the side of caution and scratching Danceteria from a lead-up race, trainer David Mensuisier is thrilled with the gelding ahead of the Cox Plate.
Promising Ballistic Boy will skip a Brisbane race where he would have been favourite to run in the $1 million Bondi Stakes at Randwick.
Experience at The Valley and a step up to 1200m are factors jockey Damian Lane believes will help The Bostonian in the Group One Manikato Stakes.
Top Queensland sprinter Tarzan will skip the Melbourne spring carnival to concentrate on big prize money races at home in the summer.
Federal and state agriculture ministers will urgently discuss animal welfare after footage emerged of cruelty towards retired racehorses at an abattoir.
Nine of the 12 runners in the $14 million Everest have been paid up as first acceptors for the Darley Sprint Classic at Flemington.