Night racing returns to the city with an eight-race card.
Hey Doc will make his much anticipated return to the racetrack when he contests the group 3 Kevin Heffernan Stakes at Sandown on Saturday.
Jason Deamer's bargain buy Bon Amis is looking to land the biggest prize ever offered in the trainer's home town of Newcastle.
Trainer Bernie Kelly is happy to play the long game with Bobbing after missing out on a run in The Hunter.
Darryl McLellan won the 2000 Newcastle Cup on the last standalone Saturday at Broadmeadow and hopes Bright Rubick can add to the haul in the Spring Stakes.
Prominent racing owners and trainers have endorsed a stinging letter of complaint sent to the national broadcaster about the 7.30 program that sent the industry into crisis.
Paul Snowden looks for Brave Song to overcome outside draw by sweeping down the outside in The Hunter on Saturday.
The racing focus moves to Quirindi for a seven-race card after the cancellation of the Port Macquarie meeting.
Everything you need to know to find a winner on the eight-race card.
Trainer Lee Curtis admits he didn’t think Giselle Anne would make it to 10 starts without winning a race but is confident the filly isn’t far away from a breakthrough.
Strong card on a good 4 with the rail out 3m from 800m to the WP, so reasonably on-pace early before the back-markers get into play in the later races.
Tuesday's meeting at Scone has been postponed until Wednesday due to the bushfire emergency but it promises to be a cracker.
Figures were undoubtedly down but not the standard of action nor the contributions of those who make the horses great in the saddle and from ground level.
Tabcorp and racing regulators discuss merging tote betting into one National pool.
With the spring racing carnival coming to a close, Michael Lynch looks back at the standout performances and biggest storylines.
The Melbourne Cup is the best asset racing has so it should be celebrated rather than challenged.
Prince Of Arran, a five-year-old gelding trained by Maryanne Brosnan, has won only once from 23 starts compared to the $2.5m winnings of the Brit.
Boom New Zealand mare Melody Belle is set to return to Melbourne for the autumn after just falling short of winning the Mackinnon Stakes.
Racing returns to Lismore with a seven-race card to kick off the working week.
Eight races are on the schedule for Cotton Cup day.
Holden star Jamie Whincup will start Sunday's Sandown 500 from pole position while back-to-back Supercars titles are all but assured for Ford star Scott McLaughlin.
The Snowden stable took home all the big prizes from Golden Gift day but it is the future that has Paul Snowden excited with Hot Danish Stakes winner Reelem In Ruby.
Victory in the inaugural running of the $1 million race for two-year-olds, which is part of suite of new spring races delivered by Racing NSW, puts Dame Giselle in the Golden Slipper and gave Andrew Adkins his biggest pay day.
Hold your horses: Stewards have adjourned an inquiry into Stephen Baster and a trainer following the last race of the Cup carnival at Flemington, while winning jockey James McDonald was fined for whip use.
Murwillumbah trainer Matthew Dunn is making the Country Classic his own, notching up a third win in the four-year history of the race at Rosehill with Ready For Danger on Saturday.
Globetrotting mare Magic Wand got her first group 1 win in the Mackinnon Stakes, but the plaudits were reserved for the warrior Hartnell as he bowed out.
Getting recognition as a young jockey can be hard but Jye McNeil has made the most of his opportunities this spring, with his ride on Oceanex revealing his talent.
Top Irish trainer Willie Mullins has backed Racing Victoria's scanning policy, saying the sport can't afford to put horse's health at risk.
Irish maestro Willie Mullins' raid on Melbourne's spring carnival paid dividends on Saturday when his mare, True Self, put down a market for next year's Cup.
Nature Strip will head to Royal Ascot in June after thrashing his rivals in the Darley Sprint Classic.