Racing first-up without a trial, the Dan Morton-trained gelding recorded his first victory since his upset win in last year’s $1 million Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m).
In a career-best victory, Dance Music ($3.60) emerged victorious after an epic battle with Massimo ($6.50) down the straight.
Star veteran Chicago Bull is working impressively and trainer Gary Hall has him primed to race first-up at Gloucester Park on Friday night with a repeat summer cups double in his sights.
Incentivise has scored a memorable win in the Caulfield Cup, beating Nonconformist and Persan in the $5 million race.
Nature Strip has won the $15 million Everest, beating Masked Crusader and Eduardo in Australia's richest thoroughbred race.
The Terry Robinson-trained Art Cadeau has confirmed his rating as one of the best horses trained in regional NSW in winning the $1.3 Kosciuszko at Randwick.
Cups hope Hurricane Harley burst through the $500,000 stake-earnings barrier by brilliantly winning last night’s Mount Eden Sprint (1730m) for reinsman Gary Hall Jr at Gloucester Park.
The 2020 WS Cox Plate winner Sir Dragonet has been euthanised after suffering an injury in an exercise gallop.
Nature Strip prevailed in the prestigious Everest race as fans were able to once again pile into the track at NSW’s Randwick racecourse.
When a young Jess Fox was dreaming of life as a revered and decorated athlete, she could hardly have expected to be honoured in this way.
Caulfield Cup favourite Incentivise is a headline act among a group of thoroughbred stars expected to shine during the 2021 spring carnival.
On the eve of the Ascot carnival, Paul Harvey is facing a stint on the sidelines with a knee injury that flared up this week.
Massimo is vying for Northerly Stakes favouritism after the withdrawal of Western Empire and Chris Gangemi is confident he can overcome an outside draw in Saturday’s Group 3 feature at Ascot.
Trainer Edward Cummings will be trying to win the Caulfield Cup with his first runner in the race his famous grandfather claimed a record seven times.
Les Bridge says winning the Everest for the second time with Classique Legend won't be easy, but the trainer knows the horse is good enough to do it again
Spring is traditionally the best time to showcase Australian racing, but the stakes promise to be much higher than usual in 2021.
The leading stables of Steve Wolfe and Roy Rogers make up Albany’s representation in the Masters feature race nominations.
Fifty years to the day after Gay Icarus won the 1971 Caulfield Cup, the trophy will be on display in the Trophy Room bar at Ascot racecourse on Saturday.
Rosehill Group 3 winner Outrageous is in line to join young trainer Luke Fernie’s assault on the Group 1 Winterbottom Stakes (1200m) at Ascot next month.
The William Pike-ridden Western Empire looks to be among the favourites heading into Saturday, and has drawn well with barrier five.
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Mahaleo wins at Ascot for socialite owner Rhonda Wyllie and trainer Fred Kersley predicts the bay has a bright staying future.
Leading WA racehorse Bob Peters is planning changes for training of his big team, but he denies a split with the Grant and Alana Williams stable.
The Snippetson five-year-old earned a shot at the Ascot carnival with three brilliant wins in restricted class last autumn, including a tough win over boom sprinter Clairvoyance.
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