Stalls attendant dies in Haydock accident
A barrier attendant has died from serious injuries suffered in a incident before the fourth race at Haydock.
Arrogate on track for season's journey
With its purse of $300,000, a win in the San Diego will not change the lives of Arrogate's team. The race is a means to an end, and lucky for Del Mar the race was positioned just right in relation to the Pacific Classic, Arrogate's primary summer goal.
NYRA seeks night racing at Belmont
The New York Racing Association would like to conduct night racing at Belmont Park, believing it could stimulate business and create new racing fans.
Randwick right for Reldas
Melbourne trainer Robert Smerdon will make a rare Sydney raid at Randwick with Reldas in the July Sprint.
Winx's colours auctioned for charity
Hugh Bowman will appear at a benefit night for the wife of veteran jockey Darren Jones, whose death left her the sole carer of their two disabled sons.
Accidental doping costs NSW gelding $60k
NSW stewards are satisfied trainer Andrew Dale did not purposely give gelding Lautaro female hormone treatment before he won a race at Scone.
Matt Dale seeks Highway with On The Fiddle
Matt Dale hopes Canberra trainers can continue to contest the Highway Handicaps as he prepares On The Fiddle for his first crack at the concept at Randwick.
Highly Geared aims to motor in July Sprint
Late-developing sprinter Highly Geared will wrap up a stand-out preparation that could extend her career in the July Sprint at Randwick on Saturday.
Dollar For Dollar out to bounce back
The winner of three of his five starts, Dollar For Dollar will be out to bounce back from the only unplaced run of his career when he lines up at Flemington.
Kings Of Leon no longer missing a beat
Kings Of Leon is looking to stay in the winning groove during an improved preparation when he tackles 1200 metres for the first time at Randwick.
Gollan looking to Charlie Boy to improve
Stakes-winning sprinter Charlie Boy has had several changes to his gear and a good spell as he returns to racing for a new stable on Saturday.
Flemington challenge for Rebellious Lord
Unbeaten country-trained gelding Rebellious Lord travels to Flemington for the first time to make his city debut.
Race meetings hit by wild weather
Race meetings around New Zealand have been postponed or abandoned as wild winter weather again hits the country.
Bowman has Randwick numbers over Avdulla
Brenton Avdulla will sit out the first four races at Randwick while his rival for the Sydney jockeys' premiership, Hugh Bowman, is on three favourites.
Weights right for Colour Charge
Trainer Natalie McCall believes the decision to raise the weights in Saturday's Tattersall's Mile at Doomben works in favour of Colour Charge.
Drop in weight to suit in-form Whyouask
Whyouask has returned in good form this winter and will be chasing a second-straight city win when she lines up at Flemington in a late-season race for fillies.
Suspension gets Michelle Payne sorted out
Jockey Michelle Payne has been able to get her health back on track after a one-month suspension for testing positive to a banned substance.
Double chance for Les Kelly at Doomben
Gold Coast trainer Les Kelly has a chance for his first Saturday metropolitan double at Doomben since his return from an 18-month break.
Eddie Read Stakes preview.
The DRF crew breaks down Saturday's Eddie Read Stakes at Del Mar.
Spa Babies: July 20th.
DRF's Dan Illman has this week's Spa Babies report from Saratoga.