Cycling to unveil new motor doping tests
Cycling's world governing body the UCI is about to announce a range of tests to combat technological fraud.
 Cycling boss criticises Froome's team
New UCI president David Lappartient admits it might take a year to resolve the Chris Froome investigation.
 Queensland Stewards again warn on arsenic
Queensland stewards have again warned trainers to be alert for timber products treated with arsenic after one faced a second related charge.
 Un De Sceaux wins third Clarence Chase
The Willie Mullins-trained Un De Sceaux has claimed a third success in the Clarence House Chase at Ascot.
 Racing To Win Interviews - Sha Tin January 21
Racing To Win Interviews for the Hong Kong race meeting at Shat Tin on January 21.
 Tannhauser To Continue Winning Form At Kranji
Tannhauser looks very hard to go past once again today when he lines up in the Kranji Stakes B over 1000m on the Polytrack.
 Rock 'N' Gold takes out Kensington Stakes
Seven-year-old Rock 'N' Gold has claimed his biggest win with victory in the Listed Kensington Stakes at Flemington.
 Memes back with a bang in Summer Sprint
Memes has set the tone for her upcoming campaign with victory at Randwick in the Summer Sprint.
 Faraway Town a winner again at Randwick
After a long absence from the winner's stall, Group One-placed Faraway Town has stormed home to score at Randwick.
 Nature Strip continues rise in Inglis Dash
Odds-on favourite Nature Strip has won the Inglis Dash at Flemington, beating Prezado by three-quarters of a length in the 1100m race.
 Nick Ryan lands first city win as trainer
Former champion apprentice Nick Ryan has notched his first city win as a trainer, with Mahamedeis winning at Flemington.
 High-priced Estijaab impresses on debut
The most expensive two-year-old in the race, Estijaab has lived up to expectations with her debut win at Randwick.
 Williams claims quinella in Highway Hcp
The two best horses in Danny Williams's stable have run the quinella in the Highway Handicap at Randwick.
 Curatolo wraps up with double on Chalaza
After two winless meetings, French jockey Ryan Curatolo bounced back to the winner’s circle with a riding double on Friday night.
 Mr Fantastic leads Le Grange 1-2
Trainer Ricardo Le Grange was all smiles and thankful to the Singapore Turf Club after he saddled the forecast with Mr Fantastic and Majestic Moments in the $125,000 Kranji Stakes A Division 1 race over 1400m on Friday night.
 Nova Strikes at the right time
Nova Strike might not be among the best of the best at Kranji but his incredible will to win again came to the fore in the $125,000 Kranji Stakes 1 Division 2 race over 1400m on Friday night.
 Satellite Winner goes back-to-back
Local trainer John O’Hara kept up his solid start to the new season after he produced a fifth winner on Friday night, Satellite Winner, to stay right on top of the log.
 What's New does not pussyfoot around
Cliff Brown’s long-time owner Greg Perry had another hand in the stable’s successful run when Casino Prince filly What’s New opened her account on Friday night.
 Impey poised for surprise Tour triumph
Australian team Mitchelton-Scott will aim for Caleb Ewan to win the last stage in Adelaide, as well as protect Daryl Impey's surprise overall lead.
 Porte shows he is back with Tour stage win
Richie Porte has won his fifth-straight Willunga stage at the Tour Down Under and feels like he can have the best season of his cycling career.