Godolphin's interim trainer Darren Beadman racked another winning double at Canterbury on Wednesday and his eye will turn to group 1 glory when three-year-old Impending takes on the older horses in the Kingsford Smith Cup at Eagle Farm on Saturday.
One of Australia's most powerful racing administrators, Peter V'landys, who was due to give evidence at Tuesday's competition hearings into the merger between Tabcorp and Tatts was withdrawn from giving evidence just minutes before flying to Melbourne.
For the past few years Anthony Cummings has been trying to get his head around being in direct opposition to his young son James, in the tough uncompromising world of horse training.
Anthony and Edward Cummings want to move their stable into Leilani Lodge to maintain the family connection with famed Randwick stables after James Cummings was announced as Godolphin's trainer on Tuesday.
Godolphin announced James Cummings as its new Australian head trainer on Tuesday.
Godolphin will confirm James Cummings as its head Australian trainer to replaced John O'Shea as early as Tuesday.
The elevation of Winx into the Hall Of Fame drew some criticism but it gives racing's greatest honour relevance and allows comparison with her fellow inductees.
Racing NSW is set to boost stakes for feature races around the state as part of a review to increase returns to racing and bring back a community focus with the first move to hold next year's Provincial Championships heats on Saturdays.
Tabcorp and Tatts must merge in the interests of Australian industry, says RWWA boss.
Owner Geoff Grimish is hoping for a perfect group 1 finale for classy sprinter Counterattack in Brisbane before he returns home to Kitchwin Hills for life as a stallion later in the year.
David Hayes and the connections of impressive Goodwood winner Vega Magic are looking at The Everest in Sydney next spring following the galloper's stirring success in the million dollar event at Morphetville.
Victorian trainers and jockeys dominated – as is now so often the case – on the biggest day of the South Australian racing calendar when they won seven of the eight races.
David Hayes and the connections of impressive Goodwood winner Vega Magic are looking at a tilt at The Everest in Sydney in spring following the former West Australian galloper's stirring success in the $1million dollar sprint at Morphettville on Saturday.
Corey Brown provided a gem of a ride for the Kris Lees-trained gelding, who swamped the field to win the Doomben Cup in Brisbane.
Tommy Berry knew he would be staying in Sydney on Saturday as soon as he picked up rides on New Universe and Dagny.
While honest stayer De Little Engine easily accounted for his rivals in Saturday's $200,00 Andrew Ramsden Stakes, it's unlikely that connections will use the race as a stepping stone to this year's Melbourne Cup.
Canberra mare Single Gaze is galloping her way to greatness with Kathy O'Hara onboard.
Veteran hoop Peter Graham admits he tried to talk daughter Cejay out of being a jockey, but will proud to ride alongside her in her first race ride at Port Macquarie on Sunday.
It has been a year to remember for Chris Alford, winning the Victoria Cup and Miracle Mile with Lennytheshark, maybe the best horse he has driven in a career that has now netted more than 6000 winners.
With Darren Weir chasing another remarkable achievement today, the woolly topped Ciaron Maher faces the possibility of being a casualty to modern integrity.
Bjorn Baker has made a habit in the past year of developing his stable through the country circuit. It allows his horses to find their level and confidence without too much pressure until they are ready for the big time.
A bit of Kathy O'Hara aggression has turned around the preparation of Single Gaze and taken to heights trainer Nick Olive didn't think was possible.
One large print of a Winston Churchill quote has pride of place on Amanda Elliott's long and imposing desk at her Flemington office.
The all-conquering Darren Weir stable is set to be a major player in Saturday's Group 1 Goodwood Handicap at Morphettville.
While most discussions surrounding Saturday's $1 million Goodwood Handicap largely revolves around Perth sensation Black Heart Bart attempting to win back-to-back victories in the Group 1 sprint, another former Western Australian sprinter is looming as the horse to stand in the way of a history making win.
Champion trainer Chris Waller believes Australian racing should be very well proud of Tommy Berry.
Most trainers and punters have had their fill of wet weather in Sydney but when Jason Coyle looked at the forecast, he said: "Let it rain."
Gerald Ryan has been the master of the Snitzels and wants to be the one to supply the two-year-old which breaks the record for individual juvenile winners in a season.
Boutique Scone farm Cressfield Stud team enjoyed one of its most successful racing weekends, with Clearly Innocent scoring in devastating style at his former home track and a Cressfield-bred daughter of Frankel winning convincingly at Tokyo in Japan.
Champion mare Winx has joined Black Caviar and Sunline by being inducted into the Australian Racing Hall Of Fame during her racing career, while Lloyd Williams' love for the sport was rewarded by induction into the associate section.