• CTS graduates dominate RA nominations


    CTS graduates Dagmar, Green Plains, Secret Potion, Hero’s Honour, Lobo’s Legend, Attenborough, Surcharge, Takingthepeace, The Thinker and Fortissima have been nominated in respective categories for the Racing Association Awards on 23 May.

  • Paris in the air as Mr Clint takes a Lane trodden before


    Trainer Lee Freedman is taking a leaf from his star stayer Paris Lane’s packed 1994 Caulfield Cup-winning campaign in an attempt to get Mr Clint to reach his peak fitness for the $1 million Group 1 Singapore Guineas (1600m) on May 26.

  • Yushun Himba (Japanese Oaks) (G1) - Preview


    Last week, eighth pick Jour Polaire shone brightest in the Victoria Mile and this week, on Sunday, May 20, the spotlight remains on the girls at Tokyo. The 3-year-olds are back for the second filly classic of the year, the Grade 1 Yushun Himba, a 2,400-meter turf event more commonly known as the Japanese Oaks, or simply “the Oaks.”

  • Hong Kong horse racing’s vocational training and development showcased at 37th Asian Racing Conference


    The Hong Kong Jockey Club’s recruitment and education of stable staff, and its development of young riding talent, was front and centre as part of a ‘Vocational Training Masterclass’ during the fourth plenary session at the Asian Racing Conference (ARC) in Seoul, South Korea yesterday, Tuesday, 15 May, 2018.

  • ATC PAYS TRIBUTE TO LONG-TIME RACING SERVANT AND OWNER DON STOREY


    The Australian Turf Club has paid tribute to prominent owner, breeder and racing administrator Don Storey, who passed away peacefully yesterday aged 86.
  • Hall of Fame trainer Bob Baffert liked what he saw when watching Justify in person for the first time since winning the Kentucky Derby. Now it's on to Baltimore for Saturday's Preakness Stakes at Pimlico.