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Field of eight for G1 Australian Guineas
A field of eight has been declared for the Group One Australian Guineas with Alligator Blood and Catalyst drawing barriers two and four respectively.
Fierce Impact tops All-Star emergency list
The All-Star Mile field is taking shape with Racing Victoria announcing 21 horses as provisional emergencies for the $5 million race at Caulfield.
Clapper, Avilius head Doncaster weights
Happy Clapper and Avilius are the equal 58kg topweights for the Doncaster Mile with Japan's horse Mozu Ascot favourite after his Grade One February Stakes win.
Alligator ready to pounce in Aust Guineas
Trainer David Vandyke says Alligator Blood is back on top of his game after his tough win in his Australian Guineas lead-up and ready for the Group One race.
Lightly raced stayer up for Sandown return
The winner of three of his four starts, the Peter Moody-owned imported stayer Shepard steps out for his return at Sandown.
Nature Strip given Newmarket top weight
Multiple Group One winning sprinter Nature Strip has been given the top weight for the Group One Newmarket Handicap over 1200m at Flemington.
Japanese horse Mozu Ascot to run in Sydney
Japanese horse Mozu Ascot has raced his way to a start in the Doncaster Mile for Cox Plate-winning trainer Yoshito Yahagi.
The Bostonian gearing up for return
Dual Brisbane Group One winner The Bostonian has pleased his New Zealand trainer Tony Pike ahead of his next Australian campaign.
Johnson cleared to ride and chase title
Champion British jumps jockey Richard Johnson is set to return to the saddle following his recovery from a broken arm.
Popular stayer Double Trigger has died
Trainer Mark Johnston has led tributes to popular stayer Double Trigger who has died at the age of 28.
Options open for Star Missile's next run
The Blamey Stakes and Shaftesbury Avenue Stakes are two of the options for Star Missile before he heads to the All-Star Mile.
Fierce to make Chipping Norton impact
Dual Group One winner Fierce Impact will be out to force his way into the All-Star Mile with a good performance in the Chipping Norton.
Catalyst ready to draw blood in Guineas
Trainer Clayton Chipperfield says Catalyst will be at his peak for the Australian Guineas and believes the weight scale and step up to 1600m are in his favour.
Ben Currie to face District Court trial
Queensland trainer Ben Currie has been committed to stand trial on fraud allegations in the Toowoomba District Court.
Kerr surprised by Blue Diamond day pattern
Track manager Jason Kerr admits he was surprised by the way the Caulfield track played on Blue Diamond day.
Shark opens favourite for Chipping Norton
New Zealander Te Akau Shark is favourite in first markets for the Group One Chipping Norton Stakes at Randwick.
Gem of Scotland heads to Doomben
Three-year-old filly Gem Of Scotland will miss a race at Toowoomba and resume at Doomben as she prepares for The Jewel
Luke Currie has surgery after Valley fall
Luke Currie has had surgery for an injury to his C7 vertebra suffered when he fell from a horse past the post in a race at The Valley.
Zoustyle to resume in Maurice McCarten
Brisbane sprinter Zoustyle is likely to have one trial before resuming in the Maurice McCarten Stakes at Rosehill.
Golden Sixty wins Classic Cup in Hong Kong
Golden Sixty has won the Hong Kong Classic Cup in his bid for a clean sweep of the four-year-old series.
Richard Johnson nearing racing return
Champion British jumps jockey Richard Johnson is nearing a return to riding after being out of action with a broken arm.
Magnalane wins Taree Championship heat
Magnalane and Casino Mondial have raced their way to the Country Championship final via the heat at Taree.
Ciaron Maher fined over safety gear
Leading trainer Ciaron Maher has been fined for riding a horse at the beach without wearing a safety vest.
Gear change possible for Streets' Mile bid
Trainer Shane Nichols will consider what headgear, if any, Futurity winner Streets Of Avalon will wear when he steps up in distance to the All-Star Mile.
Il Paradiso preparing for autumn campaign
Melbourne Cup placegetter, former Irish horse Il Paradiso, will run in his first barrier trial for new trainer Chris Waller.
Blamey quinella pair back for another shot
Lindsay Park stablemates Fifty Stars and So Si Bon will be back at Flemington looking for a repeat of their one-two finish in the Blamey Stakes.
Alabama Express set for Guineas showdown
With the Group One C F Orr Stakes against older horses in his keeping, Alabama Express will now take on his own age in the Australian Guineas.
Sydney trip still on for Anderson pair
Trainer Chris Anderson has decided to give Profit and Ballistic Boy another race in Brisbane before heading to the Sydney autumn carnival.
Whiteley suspended for abusing stewards
Queensland Jockey Chris Whiteley has been suspended for a month, with half the ban suspended for two years, for abusing stewards at an inquiry.
Aspell calls time on riding career
Dual Grand National-winning jockey Leighton Aspell has announced his retirement.
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