Horse Racing

Fri 24 May 2019

‘I’ve been sick all day’: drug sting shock

‘I’ve been sick all day’: drug sting shock

High-profile sports figures are in shock after horse racing king Damion Flower was charged over his alleged role in a cocaine syndicate

Thu 23 May 2019

Racing identity charged in cocaine ring sting

Racing identity charged in cocaine ring sting

An Australian racing identity has been charged for alleged involvement in a cocaine smuggling operation, following a police swoop on three people.

Wed 22 May 2019

The day Bob Hawke got 'bounced' by NRL player at Rosehill

The day Bob Hawke got 'bounced' by NRL player at Rosehill

Matty Johns has recounted a hilarious story involving the late former Australian prime minister Bob Hawke and Golden Slipper day at Rosehill

Tue 21 May 2019

Gai chasing Cup start with St Leger winners

Gai chasing Cup start with St Leger winners

Gai Waterhouse has targeted this week’s Andrew Ramsden Stakes with St Leger winners Runaway and Transact in a bid to win an automatic start in the Melbourne Cup

Sprint hits overdrive button for Everest slots

Sprint hits overdrive button for Everest slots

Already with not enough room at the top with jockeying for slots in the $14 million The Everest getting tight — and there are still five months to go.

Mon 20 May 2019

Timely backing for track as Ipswich Cup approaches

premium_icon Timely backing for track as Ipswich Cup approaches

THE latest race meeting at Ipswich was run in good conditions on the 130 year old track.

Triple treat for Coffs Harbour trainers in Grafton

premium_icon Triple treat for Coffs Harbour trainers in Grafton

COFFS Harbour trainers enjoyed a fruitful trip up the highway to Grafton last Friday, with Jarvis, Grisedale and Hardy all grabbing wins.

Sun 19 May 2019

Cumani quest to discover weapons of War

Cumani quest to discover weapons of War

Matt Cumani is likely to take a conservative approach with rejuvenated Declares War, hinting tilt at Queensland Derby glory could be doused by long-term goals

Sat 18 May 2019

Kenedna extends Maher’s winter love affair

Kenedna extends Maher’s winter love affair

“God I love coming here” was the only way trainer Ciaron Maher could sum up his sensational day at Doomben where the Victorian trainer landed the two feature races....

Cunning Kubrick evades unkindest cut of all

Cunning Kubrick evades unkindest cut of all

Colt Kubrick has continued to dodge the unkindest cut of all by winning his first two races, including his latest fast-finishing victory at Rosehill

Fri 17 May 2019

Coffs runners' daily double at Rosehill

premium_icon Coffs runners' daily double at Rosehill

COFFS Harbour geldings Plonka and So Shy are aiming at tomorrow's $75,000 TAB Highway Handicap at Rosehill Gardens and might just quinella the event.

Santa’s owners sign dotted line for Everest slot

Santa’s owners sign dotted line for Everest slot

Standby for the world’s highest-rated sprinter Santa Ana Lane to be locked in as a starter in the $14 million The Everest with an announcement imminent.

Thu 16 May 2019

Currie loses appeal over ban on horses

premium_icon Currie loses appeal over ban on horses

EMBATTLED horse trainer Ben Currie has lost a Supreme Court bid to stop Racing Queensland rejecting race nominations for horses he trains.

Tue 14 May 2019

Pike wraps star in cotton wool until Stradbroke

Pike wraps star in cotton wool until Stradbroke

Trainer Tony Pike has put away his star The Bostonian until the Stradbroke but plans to unveil two stablemates worthy of shot at Queensland’s premier sprint.

Mon 13 May 2019

Winning boost for Ipswich Cup Day?

premium_icon Winning boost for Ipswich Cup Day?

SIMPLY Sacred's trainer Tony Pike collected the icing at Ipswich on Sunday with a maiden win.

Horror moment mum knew teen had died

Horror moment mum knew teen had died

The mother of a promising equestrian rider has relived the moment she knew her teen daughter had died from a horror accident.

Godolphin rules out gelding for the Straddie

premium_icon Godolphin rules out gelding for the Straddie

Godolphin rules out a popular gelding from the Stradbroke Handicap, bookies happy about The Bostonian, and much more in today’s edition of the Monday Mail.

Saddlecloth fiasco latest blunder in Queensland

Saddlecloth fiasco latest blunder in Queensland

QUEENSLAND stewards have again come under attack for falling short in their duties.

Fri 10 May 2019

Price lauds new star, Busuttin looks to Derby hope

Price lauds new star, Busuttin looks to Derby hope

Exciting three-year-old Leonardo Da Hinchi makes his debut for Mick Price on Saturday. Plus Trent Busuttin on Savvy Oak’s SA Derby chances.

Horse trainer Ben Currie cops four-year ban

premium_icon Horse trainer Ben Currie cops four-year ban

TOOWOOMBA horse trainer Ben Currie has been banned for four years by the state’s racing integrity stewards.

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