After making a successful comeback from a suspensory injury, Brooklyn Pier rises sharply in class when he tackles older rivals for the first time at Belmont Park tomorrow.
Trainer Bernie Miller is optimistic Sheza Chalmer will deliver on her big potential when she tackles Saturday’s $100,000 Listed Belmont Guineas (1600m).
Trainer Colin Webster is confident Billy Ain’t Silly will cap his outstanding campaign with a feature win in Saturday’s $100,000 Listed Belmont Guineas (1600m).
Surfing was Rosie Mahony’s biggest passion until an ironic move to one of the world’s most famous surfing destinations, Margaret River, helped reinvigorate her passion for horses.
Leading Albany trainer Roy Rogers was found guilty to a charge of misconduct after an inquiry was held at Albany involving several trainers and apprentice jockeys.
Inspirational Girl and Superstorm are back in work with Grant and Alana Williams ahead of a likely spring campaign in Melbourne.
Trainer Darren McAuliffe has flagged a possible return to Melbourne for The Velvet King, who is the popular favourite for tomorrow’s Hyperion Stakes at Belmont.
Jockey Steven Parnham is adamant Group 1 winner Kay Cee will bounce back from her poor first-up run, provided the Belmont track isn’t too wet for Saturday’s Hyperion Stakes.
The Velvet King’s dominant Belmont Sprint win first-up and Perth’s wet weather has boosted jockey Mitchell Pateman’s confidence ahead of the Hyperion Stakes.
The apprentice jockey booted home her first city winner on How’s The Serenity for her boss, Simon Miller, at Belmont Park today.
Co-trainers Dan and Ben Pearce swooped to gain the services of Chris Parnham when William Pike, who rode Dig Deep in the Belmont Sprint last start, committed to riding Leading Girl.
Trainer Darren Taylor is adamant his first starter in a feature race can play a part when She’s God To You tackles the Raconteur Stakes at Belmont on Saturday.
Owner Bob Peters said a final call on whether the three-year-old does take her place will be made on the eve of the $100,000 race, but early indications were encouraging.
Jaime O’Bree is still on a high after her success with Tiger Of Malay in last Saturday’s Group 2 BRC Sires’ Produce Stakes at Eagle Farm.
Durrant had hoped to fly Come Play With Me and possibly Massimo and Money Matters to Melbourne on Monday night, but Melbourne’s lockdown ended his plans.
A veteran country trainer is facing the prospect of being stripped of a recent win because of an error by Racing and Wagering WA handicappers.
Golden Nugget winner Shockwave has been cleared by veterinarians to trial this week and he looks set to be a Gloucester Park winter drawcard ahead of tackling carnival features.
Jockey Mitchell Pateman celebrated wildly on The Velvet King as he hit the line to brilliantly win first-up in the $200,000 Group 3 weight-for-age Belmont Sprint (1400m) at Belmont Park.
In The Spotlight maintained an unbeaten record when charging to victory for co-trainers Greg and Skye Bond in last night’s $100,000 Group 1 2YO Diamond Classic (2130m) at Gloucester Park.
Rated an $11 chance, Dig Deep attacks the $200,000 feature on the back of a freshen-up after an encouraging Ascot campaign.
Greyhound trainer Shayne Williams hopes his big plans for Rippin’ Memphis later this year will be justified with victory in tomorrow night’s Group 2 WA Oaks (520m) at Cannington.
Two days after being passed in at the Gold Coast, a deal has been struck to sell Arcadia Queen to Arrowfield Stud for $3.2 million.
Trainer Bernie Miller chose not to take any risks with his stable star, scratching him from the Belmont Sprint and ruling him out of the Hyperion Stakes.
Adam Durrant hopes to fly Group 1 winner Come Play With Me and Massimo to Brisbane next week, with Money Matters a chance to join them.
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