Hong Kong Jockey Club buys four colts from Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale
The Hong Kong Jockey Club purchased four eye-catching colts at the recent Inglis Melbourne Premier Yearling Sale for a total outlay of AU$1.37 million (approx. HK$8.305 million).
 Happy Valley Computer Card - 3rd March 2021
Racing is at Happy Valley on March 3 and Racing and Sports has a free computer card to help you find a winner.
 Grenville sells colt for $550,000
TOP Tasmanian thoroughbred breeder Graeme McCulloch is today celebrating a record sale for Grenville Stud after a colt he presented at the William Inglis Premier Yearling Sale in Melbourne on Monday night was knocked down for $550,000.
 Savaquin on BMW Hong Kong Derby trial as John Size and Zac Purton unite in a rare collaboration
Already armed with an imposing BMW Hong Kong Derby arsenal, John Size could add to an impressive fleet of Classic contenders when Savaquin (133lb) contests the first section of Class 3 Canal Handicap (1650m) at Happy Valley on Wednesday night (3 March).
 Northam Hopes Tamworth Country Championships Suits Spiranac To A Tee
Spiranac is the humble Scone mare named after a social media superstar and trainer Rod Northam is confident she can do her namesake justice in Sunday’s Newhaven Park Country Championships Qualifier (1400m) at Tamworth.
 Kah’s busy Adelaide Cup day
Australian racing’s rising star Jamie Kah is poised for a busy book of rides when she returns home to ride in Monday’s $302,250 Group 2 TAB Adelaide Cup at Morphettville.
 Warwick Farm Winners - Tips For Wednesday, 3rd March 2021
Tips and race by race preview by Ray Hickson for Wednesday’s Warwick Farm meeting. Selections based on a good track.
 How Sweet It Is
The colloquialism “all is sweet” sums up the sentiments of Rockhampton trainer Kevin Hansen’s assessment of the city’s latest glamour racehorse Sweet Dolly.
 Preview: Launceston - Wednesday, 3rd March 2021
After the excitement of Ladbrokes Launceston Cup week, racing returns to the track for night racing on Wednesday, the only thoroughbred meeting in the state until 14 March.
 Vale Michael Gudinski
An icon of the music industry and a three-time Melbourne Cup winning owner, Michael Gudinski has died.
 Butterworth hopes for Ipswich treble
Trainer Paul Butterworth has given punters a lead with hopes of landing a treble at Ipswich on Thursday.
 Quiet Return For Champion’s Younger Half-Brother
In the 12 months that Quiet Riot has been off the scene his older half brother Golden Sixty has reached champion status in Hong Kong but trainer Bjorn Baker is confident, ahead of his return at Warwick Farm on Wednesday, the best is still to come.
 Adelaide Cup trip to suit in-form stayer
Darvin will have no problems handling the 3200m of the Adelaide Cup according to his trainer Matthew Williams.
 Tralee Rose fares well in barrier draw, shortens as favourite
Tralee Rose will run one the shortest favourites in Adelaide Cup history after drawing perfectly in barrier five today.
 2021 Canberra Cup: Nominations
Some interesting carnival players are nominated for the 2021 Canberra Cup at Canberra on Monday.
 2021 Black Opal Stakes: Nominations
Which if the juveniles will end up travelling down for the 2021 Black Opal Stakes at Canberra on Sunday?
 McEvoy Booked For Icebath In Coolmore Classic
Top jockey Kerrin McEvoy will attempt to give leading Hawkesbury trainer Brad Widdup his own slice of Group 1 glory at Rosehill Gardens on Saturday week.
 O'Shea's Emerging Talent Off And Running Again
Trainer John O’Shea is keeping his feet on the ground for now with the unbeaten Lost And Running who makes his much anticipated return at Warwick Farm on Wednesday.
 Todman or Opal Awaits for Spackman’s Tiger
Having to decide whether to run in a $300,000 Todman Stakes or a $250,000 Black Opal is a pretty good problem to have and that’s what awaits Wagga Wagga-based trainer Scott Spackman with his exciting two-year-old Rocket Tiger.
 Lofty Star set to bounce back at Sandown
The disappointment of missing a Group 1 start for Julius Sandhu can be eased with a midweek victory at Sandown.